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«Russian Journal of Astrophysical Research. Series A» – scientific journal.

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1 September 07, 2017

Articles and Statements

1. V.P. Kulagin
Monitoring of Dangerous Space Bodies

Russian Journal of Astrophysical Research. Series A, 2017, 3(1): 4-12.
DOI: 10.13187/rjar.2017.3.4CrossRef

The article reveals the problems of space monitoring of dangerous space bodies. The paper describes the main space threats. Paper describes an information approach to the study of the problem. It emphasizes three research tasks: information description, dynamic modeling, cataloging of dangerous space bodies. The paper discloses the content of space monitoring. The article proves the expediency of choosing geoinformation monitoring as a basis for space monitoring. It presents the features and types of storage of information about dangerous space objects.

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2. Boris A. Lyovin
Earth Exploration from Space for Solving Transport Problems

Russian Journal of Astrophysical Research. Series A, 2017, 3(1): 13-28.
DOI: 10.13187/rjar.2017.3.13CrossRef

The article describes the results of a study of the Earth from space to solve transport problems. Paper reveals the content of space technology as a universal means of solving applied problems. The article describes the scheme of complex space observation of transport. The article describes the schemes of space management by different modes of transport. The paper reveals the application of the information approach in space technologies. The article describes information models of situations in the management of transport. The paper gives a classification of space observation of transport objects.

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3. Takaaki Musha
Cosmological Redshift by Photon-Tachyon Interactions

Russian Journal of Astrophysical Research. Series A, 2017, 3(1): 29-32.
DOI: 10.13187/rjar.2017.3.29CrossRef

In the early twentieth century, Slipher, Hubble and others made measurements of the redshifts of distant galaxies. Hubble discovered a rough correlation between the increasing redshifts and the increasing distance of galaxies. Theorists realized that these observations could be explained by an expansion of the Universe. However, some anomalous phenomena were found, which could not explain redshift by the Doppler effect of receding galaxies. Instead of expanding Universe, this article tries to explain the cosmic redshift from the standpoint of photon-tachyon interactions.

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4. V.P. Savinych
Evolution of Space Monitoring

Russian Journal of Astrophysical Research. Series A, 2017, 3(1): 33-40.
DOI: 10.13187/rjar.2017.3.33CrossRef

Satellite monitoring is a step in the evolution of society. Society Globalization has led to the emergence of a global monitoring. This article describes the evolution of space monitoring of private monitoring technology to integrated global monitoring technology. The article shows that methodically space monitoring based on geoinformation monitoring. The article shows that the technology space monitoring using remote sensing of the Earth. Global space monitoring is not a single technology, but includes different types and technologies.

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5. V.Ya. Tsvetkov
The Logarithmic Measure the Orbits of the Planets of the Solar System

Russian Journal of Astrophysical Research. Series A, 2017, 3(1): 41-46.
DOI: 10.13187/rjar.2017.3.41CrossRef

The article explores the structure of the solar system with the use of natural units. The article reveals the shortcomings of anthropocentric approach to the knowledge of the outside world. The article argues that the anthropocentric approach, in some cases giving correct quantitative descriptions of some processes. The article argues that the anthropocentric approach in general leads to a distortion of the natural world view. The article examines the pattern of distribution of the orbits of the planets of the solar system. The article shows that the artificial units produce unstable estimates of this distribution. The article shows that the natural units provide robust estimates of the distribution of the radii of the orbits. The article shows that the logarithmic measure of assessment gives a stable orbits and allocation is preferred.

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