CONTENTS

 

Foreword.......................................................................................................................................... 100

Contents........................................................................................................................................... 101

Cosmology, gravitation, astroparticle physics, high energy physics

ASPECTS OF STRING PHENOMENOLOGY IN PARTICLE PHYSICS AND COSMOLOGY

Antoniadis I. ............................................................................................................................ 105

DISCRETE COSMOLOGY APPLICATION CONCERNING DARK MATTER HALOS

Brilenkov R.D. ......................................................................................................................... 113

THE DOMINANCE OF DARK ENERGY LEADS TO REDUCTION OF THE ENTROPY OF

 

GALAXIES FLOW AND ENTROPY OF THE UNIVERSE

Bukalov A.V............................................................................................................................ 114

THE MODEL FOR FINAL STAGE OF GRAVITATIONAL COLLAPSE

MASSLESS SCALAR FIELD

Gladush V.D., Mironin D.V...................................................................................................... 116

FIVE DIMENSIONAL BOOSTS AND ELECTROMAGNETIC

 

FIELD IN KALUZA-KLEIN THEORY

Gladush V.D., Al-Shawaf Nadim.............................................................................................. 121

STABILITY OF STELLAR SYSTEMS ORBITING SGR A*

Kahil Magd E. ......................................................................................................................... 126

PERTURBATIONS OF FRIEDMAN-LEMAITRE-ROBERTSON-WALKER SPACETIMES

 

IN GEROCH-HELD-PENROSE FORMALISM

Novák J................................................................................................................................... 132

THE DETERMINATION OF THE MORPHOLOGICAL TYPES OF GALAXY CLUSTERS

 

USING CLUSTER CARTOGRAPHY

Panko E.A., Emelyanov S.I....................................................................................................... 135

BIG RIP AND OTHER SINGULARITIES IN ISOTROPIC HOMOGENEOUS

 

COSMOLOGICAL MODELS WITH ARBITRARY EQUATION OF STATE

Parnovsky S.L.......................................................................................................................... 137

ON THE MECHANISM OF THE FORMATION OF MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMIC

 

VORTICES IN THE SOLAR PLASMA

Pashitskii E.A........................................................................................................................... 141

THE PROPERTIS OF TIDAL FORCES IN THE KERR METRIC

Rasulova A.M.......................................................................................................................... 147

X-RAY SPECTRAL PROPERTIES OF THE ISOLATED AGNs: 

NGC 1050, NGC 2989, ESO 317-038, ESO 438-009

Vavilova I.B., Vasylenko A.A., Babyk Iu.V., Pulatova N.G..................................................... 150

Astrophysics

THE KINEMATICS PARAMETERS OF THE GALAXY USING DATA OF MODERN

 

ASTROMETRIC CATALOGUES

Akhmetov V.S., Fedorov P.N., Velichko A.B., Shulga V.M..................................................... 154

ASYMPTOTIC PARABOLA FITS FOR SMOOTHING GENERALLY

ASYMMETRIC LIGHT CURVES

Andrych K.D., Andronov I.L., Chinarova L.L., Marsakova V.I................................................. 158

A MODIFICATION OF GAUSS' METHOD FOR PRELIMINARY DETERMINATION

OF A CELESTIAL BODY'S ORBIT

Bazyey A.A.............................................................................................................................. 161

RESULTS OF DOUBLE STARS OBSERVATIONS AT NIKOLAEV OBSERVATORY

Bodryagin D.V., Maigurova N.V.............................................................................................. 163

INVESTIGATION OF DIFFUSE INTERSTELLAR BANDS OF ORGANIC MOLECULES

IN THE SPECTRA OF CEPHEID STARS

Kashuba S.V., Andrievsky S.M., Chekhonadskikh F.A., Korotin S.A., Kovtyukh V.V., Luck R.E.................. 166

NUCLEAR MAGICS AT MAGNETOROTATIONAL SUPERNOVA EXPLOSION

Kondratyev V.N., Korovina Yu.V., Mishenina T.V................................................................... 168

THREE-DIMENSIONAL NUMERICAL HYDRODYNAMICAL SIMULATION OF

 

LOW/HARD AND HIGH/SOFT STATES IN ACCRETION DISCS OF MICROQUASARS

AND QUASARS ON BASE OF UNDEFINED PRECESSION

Nazarenko V.V., Nazarenko S.V............................................................................................. 171

THE RELATIVE WAVELENGTH INDEPENDENCE OF IR LAGS IN ACTIVE GALACTIC

 

NUCLEI: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE HOT DUST

Oknyansky V.L., Gaskell C.M., Shimanovskaya E.V................................................................ 175

REVISION OF THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE

ALGOL-TYPE STARS USING THE NAV ALGORITHM

Tkachenko M.G., Andronov I.L., Chinarova L.L...................................................................... 181

PHOTOMETRY AND MODULATION OF LIGHT CURVES IN THE

BLAZHKO STAR V365 HER

Udovichenko S.N. ................................................................................................................... 186

Subsection Virtual Observatory and Intensive Data

COMPARISON OF ZERO ZONE CATALOGUES OF THE FON PROGRAM

BASED ON THE KYIV AND KITAB OBSERVATIONS

Andruk V.M., Relke H., Protsyuk Yu.I., Muminov M.M., Ehgamberdiev Sh.A.,
Yuldoshev Q.X., Golovnia V.V................................................................................................. 188

CATALOG OF POSITIONS AND B MAGNITUDES OF STARS IN THE CIRCUMPOLAR

 

REGION OF NORTHEN SKY SURVEY (FON) PROJECT

Andruk V.M., Pakuliak L.K., Golovnia V.V., Ivanov G.A., Yizhakevych O.M.,
Protsyuk Yu.I., Shatokhina S.V................................................................................................ 192

CATALOGUES OF THE FAINT OBJECTS IN THE AREAS WITH GAMMA-RAY BURSTS

Golovnia V.V., ProtsyukYu.I., Andruk V.M., Vavilova I.B., Pakuliak L.K.,

Kulyk I.V., Romanyuk Ya.O., Baransky O.R........................................................................... 196

RESEARCH OF THE LONG-TERM BEHAVIOUR OF THE PLEIADES BY USING OF

 

PHOTOGRAPHIC PLATES FROM UKRVO DIGITAL ARCHIVE AND BALDONE

 

OBSERVATORY

Kazantseva L.V., Andruk V.M., Shatokhina S.V., Protsyuk Yu.I., Eglitis I., Eglite M................ 198

CROSS-MATCHING OF VERY LARGE CATALOGS

Martynov M.V., Bodryagin D.V............................................................................................... 200

DETERMINATION OF PROPER MOTIONS OF CIRCUMPOLAR STARS BY USING

IMAGES FROM UKRVO PLATE ARCHIVES

Protsyuk Yu., Andruk V., Mazhaev A., Kovylianska O., Protsyuk S., Golovnya V.................... 202

DATA PROCESSING OF PLATES CONTAINING IMAGES OF URANUS AND NEPTUNE

 

FROM UKRVO DIGITAL ARCHIVE: STRUCTURE, QUALITY ANALYSIS

Protsyuk Yu., Yizhakevych O., Kovylianska O., Protsyuk S., Andruk V.,

Kashuba S., Kazantseva L........................................................................................................ 204

CREATION OF LARGE CATALOGUES BY USING OF VIRTUAL OBSERVATORIES

rotsyuk Yu.I., Kovalchuk O.M............................................................................................... 207

THE COMPILED CATALOGUE OF PHOTOELECTRIC UBVR

STELLAR MAGNITUDES IN THE TYCHO2 SYSTEM

Relke E., Protsyuk Yu.I., Andruk V.M..................................................................................... 211

CATALOG OF ASTRONOMICAL POSITIONS OF SATURNS MOONS OBTAINED BY

 

PHOTOGRAPHIC OBSERVATIONS AT THE MAO NASU IN 1961-1991

Yizhakevych O.M., Andruk V.M., Pakuliak L.K....................................................................... 213

Radioastronomy

THE STUDY OF EXTRAGALACTIC SOURCES 3C 446 AND 3C 345 WITH USING

THE SINGULAR SPECTRUM AND WAVELET ANALYSIS

Donskykh G.I., Ryabov M.I., Sukharev A.L., Aller M.F........................................................... 217

MONITORING THE COMMUNICATION CHANNEL FROM PUSCHSHINO

TO MOSCOW IN THE PROJECT OF SPACE RADIO TELESCOPE "RADIOASTRON"

Dumsky D.V., Isaev E.A., Samodurov V.A., Isaev K.A............................................................ 222

SECULAR DECREASE THE FLUX OF SUPERNOVA REMNANT CAS A ON

MONITORING RESULTS TO RADIOTELESCOPE URAN-4 IRA NASU

Gorbynov A.A., Ryabov M.I., Panishko S.K............................................................................ 224

LIGHT CURVE TYPES OF CLASSIC T TAURI STARS

Ismailov N.Z., Adygezalzade H.N............................................................................................. 227

HE I 5876 LINE STRUCTURE IN THE SPECTRA OF IL CEP A

Ismailov N.Z., Khalilov O.V., Bahaddinova G.R....................................................................... 231

SEASONAL VARIATIONS OF THE IONOSPHERE SCINTILLATIONS PARAMETERS

 

OBTAINED FROM THE LONG OBSERVATIONS OF THE POWER COSMIC RADIO

 

SOURCES AT THE DECAMETER WAVE RANGE

Lytvynenko O.A., Panishko S.K............................................................................................... 235

LUMINOSITY-LINEAR SIZE RELATION FOR GALAXIES AND QUASARS WITH

STEEP RADIO SPECTRUM

Miroshnichenko A.P................................................................................................................. 238

THE DAILY 110 MHZ SKY SURVEY (BSA FIAN): ON-LINE DATABASE,

SCIENCE AIMS AND FIRST RESULTS OF DATA PROCESSING

Samodurov V.A., Rodin A.E., Kitaeva M.A., Isaev E.A., Dumsky D.V.,
Churakov D.D., Manzyuk M.O................................................................................................ 242

HIGH-FREQUENCY CUTOFF IN TYPE III BURSTS

Stanislavsky A.A., Konovalenko A.A., Volvach Ya.S., Koval A.A........................................... 246

ON THE E/P-COSMIC RAYS AS MEDIATORS OF VISCOUS FORCES THAT CREATE

 

SHOCK AND VORTEX STRUCTURES IN THE RADIO GALAXIES

Tsvyk N.O............................................................................................................................... 248

DECAMETER PULSARS AND TRANSIENTS SURVEY OF THE NORTHERN SKY.

STATUS, FIRST RESULTS, MULTIPARAMETRIC PIPELINE FOR CANDIDATE SELECTION

Zakharenko V.V., KravtsovI.P., Vasylieva I.Y., Mykhailova S.S., Ulyanov O.M.,
Shevtsova A.I., Skoryk A.O., Zarka P., Konovalenko O.O...................................................... 252

Sun, Solar activity and Astrobiology

EVALUATION OF CORONAL SHOCK WAVE VELOCITIES FROM THE

II TYPE RADIO BURSTS PARAMETERS

GalaninV.V., Isaeva E.A., Kravetz R.O.................................................................................... 256

CONNECTION BETWEEN THE CME VELOCITIES AND DECAMETER RADIO BURSTS

 

PARAMETERS FROM URAN-4 OBSERVATIONS

Galanin V.V., Isaeva E.A., Kravetz R.O................................................................................... 259

THE REACTION OF PHOSPHORUS-CONTAINING INTRACELLULAR

INCLUSIONS TO SPACE WEATHER CHANGES

Gromozova E.N., Kachur T.L., Voychuk S.I., Kharchuk M.S................................................... 261

LONGTERM CHANGES OF SOLAR ACTIVITY ASYMMETRY

Leiko U.M............................................................................................................................... 264

PROBLEM OF MISTAKES IN DATABASES, PROCESSING AND INTERPRETATION

OF OBSERVATIONS OF THE SUN. I.

Lozitska N. I. .......................................................................................................................... 266

SIMULTANEOUS MAGNETIC FIELD MEASUREMENTS IN SUNSPOTS USING

SPECTRAL LINES WITH DIFFERENT LANDE FACTORS

Osipov S.N., Lozitsky V.G....................................................................................................... 268

PECULIARITIES OF A GROUP RESPONSE OF CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM OF

 

VOLUNTEERS AT DIFFERENT LATITUDES TO CHANGES OF SPACE WEATHER

 

PARAMETERS

Parshina S.S., Samsonov S.N., Manykina V.I., Afanasyeva T.N., Vishnevsky V.V.,

Petrova P.G., Petrova V.D., Strekalovskaya A.A., Tokayeva L.K., Kaplanova T.I.,

Potapova M.V.......................................................................................................................... 270

SUNS POLAR MAGNETIC FIELD REVERSALS IN SOLAR CYCLE 24

Pishkalo M.I., Leiko U.M......................................................................................................... 272

Solar system

THE PHYSICAL PARAMETERS OF THE GAS AND DUST IN COMETARY ATMOSPHERES

Churyumov K.I., Ponomarenko V.O., Kleschonok V.V............................................................ 274

STUDY OF QUASIPERIODIC VARIATIONS IN DRAG OF ARTIFICIAL SATELLITE

 

DURING 2324 SOLAR CYCLES

Komendant V.H., Ryabov M.I., Sukharev A.L......................................................................... 277

The Study of Indicatrices of Space Object Coatings

in a Controlled Laboratory Environment

Koshkin N., Burlak N., Petrov M., Strakhova S....................................................................... 281

RESEARCHES OF LONG-TERM VARIATIONS IN URANUS AND NEPTUNE SPECTRA

Kuznyetsova Yu., Vidmachenko A., Matsiaka O., Shliakhetskaya Y., Yushkin M., Krushevska V. 285

IDENTIFICATION OF EMISSION LINES IN A METEOR SPECTRUM OBTAINED

ON AUGUST 2, 2011

Mozgova .., Borovicka J., Spurny P., Churyumov K.I......................................................... 289

THE RESULTS OF OBSERVATIONS OF MUTUAL PHENOMENA OF THE GALILEAN

 

SATELLITES OF JUPITER IN 2009 AND 2015 IN NIKOLAEV ASTRONOMICAL

 

OBSERVATORY

Pomazan A., Maigurova N., Kryuchkovskiy V.......................................................................... 292

SYNCHRONIZATION OF TERRESTRIAL PROCESSES WITH FREQUENCIES OF THE

 

EARTH-MOON-SUN SYSTEM

Sidorenkov N.S........................................................................................................................ 295

EFFECT OF NON-SPHERICITY OF GRAVITATIONAL FIELD OF THE ASTEROID

ON THE ITS SATELLITES ORBITS EVOLUTION

Troianskyi V.V. ....................................................................................................................... 299