Astronomical Observatory” Research Institute

Scientific Research Institute Astronomical Observatory

Managerial staff of the Institute:

 Director of the Observatory - Sergiy Mikhaylovych Andrievsky, DSc in Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Full Professor. 

  • Deputy Director for Science – Mykola Ivanovych Koshkin, PhD in Physical and Mathematical Sciences.
  • Academic Secretary – Alina Viktorivna Dragunova, PhD in Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Senior Research Scientist. 

History of the Institute  

Astronomical Observatory was established on the 3rd of August (15th of August N.S.), 1871 as a part of Imperial Novorussian University. First, the position of Director was held by Prof. L.F. Berkevich, meteorology and celestial mechanics expert, Head of the Astronomy Department of the University; expeditionary observations of a Mercury transit across the Sun’s disk, as well as a range of other studies were carried out under his directorship.

It was Prof. O.K. Kononovich, the Observatory Director in 1881-1812 who gave the astrophysics direction in its studies. And a very large number of initiatives, as well as further development of the Observatory as a great scientific institution in the South of Ukraine are associated with the next Director of the Observatory, namely Member of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Correspondent Member of the USSR Academy of Sciences - O.Y.Orlov who held the position in 1913-1933.

In 1920-1933 after dissolution of the University in Odesa, the institution gained the status of Odesa State Astronomical Observatory of the People’s Commisariat for Education of Ukraine. In 1933, as soon as the University in Odesa was re-established, the Observatory became its part again. A new Director, namely Prof., Correspondent Member of the USSR Academy of Sciences - K.D. Pokrovsky headed the Observatory in 1934-1944.

From 1945 to 1983 the position of Director was held by Prof., Correspondent member of the USSR Academy of Sciences and Honoured Master of Sceinces and Engineering - V.P. Tsesevych. Under his directorship the Observatory built two out-of-town observing stations in Kryzjanivka and Mayaki villages, three high-altitude stations located in Armenia, North Caucasus and Turkmenia; the institution was granted 2nd category scientific institution status, and the number of employees increased from 15 to 150 research scientists. A range of studies was conducted, and prominent findings of fundamental significance and applied relevance were obtained; and the institution was equipped with a number of new telescopes with mirrors of 20-80 cm in diameter, advanced observation devices, etc.

In 1968-1960, the Observatory maintained a leading position in meteor activity survey (owing to Y.N. Kramer), it was charged by the International Astronomical Union with three tasks to study variable stars (carried out by Y.S. Romanov, K.M. Makarenko and O.Y Mandel), etc.

In 1984-1989, the position of Director was held by PhD, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Y.O. Medvedev in 1984-1989, and from 1990 to 2006 - by DSc in Physical and Mathematial Sciences, Prof. V.G. Karetnikov who was the Head of Astronomy Department of the University in the meantime. In 1993, the Observatory was granted the status of the 1st category scientific research institute at the Odesa State University retaining its specific functional-class name as such Astronomical Observatory.

Among distinguished scientists that have worked in the Observatory there were V.K. Abalakin, V.O. Albitsky, Z.M. Aksentieva, I.S. Astapovych, O.S. Vasyliev, I.I. Vitkovsky, G.A. Gamov, O.P. Gansky, V.M. Grygorevsky, M.B. Divari, V.S. Zhardetsky, M.S. Komarov, Y.N. Kramer, B.V. Novopashenny, K.M. Savchenko, M.M. Stoyko-Radilenko, V.V. Stratonov and many others.

The Observatory staff has been reduced in recent years while the number of employees with the PhD and DSc degrees has increased. Observation processes and determination procedures were computerised. A range of telescopes are operated: ART-3 (Astronomical Reflector Telescope-3) and 60-cm telescope with CDD sensors; new automatic telescopes, such as high-speed KTS and advanced multipurpose telescope OMT-80 at the observing station in Mayaki village; satellite telescope KT-50 with TV CDD camera in Odesa; 80-cm telescope with two-channel electric photometer in Turkmenistan and telescope with 1-m primary mirror, equipped with two-channel electric photometer in Slovakia. A 1-m satellite laser ranging theodolite SLR-1M and 70-cm satellite tracking telescope have been under construction, and modern meteor patrol has been already functioning at the observing station in Kryzhanivka village. 

Great gallery (more than 100 thousand) of photographic films with captured night sky images, which is the third largest collection in the world, has been gathered in the second half of the 20th century, and it is a significant contribution of the Observatory as a member of the Virtual Astronomical Observatory of Ukraine. The research library of the Observatory contains more than 200 thousand items.

Scientific research lines

As early as in the past century Odesa Scientific the Astronomical School was established in SRI AO OSU. Prof. V.P. Tsesevych and Prof. V.G. Karetnikov were the successive principal academic advisers of the School, nowdays it is headed by Prof. S.M. Andrievsky. The studies by SRI AO ONU comprehensively capture a wide range of objects and scientific issues, which the international astronomical community seeks to solve, such as the near-Earth space monitoring, dark energy and dark matter problems, determination of evolution of matter in the Universe in general and in the Galaxy in particular and other related issues.

Historically, the following research lines have been developed:

  • Determination of celestial object (stars, planets, etc.) positions was initiated in 1920 by I.O. Dyukov and pursued by M.V. Tzimmerman in 1924-1929. However, the most extensive set of observations was obained by PhD, Associate Professor B.V. Novopashenny who was the research supervisor in 1929-1976. Later the research was managed by Prof. L.F. Cherniev and PhD M.Y. Volyanska. Nowadays the studies in astrometry and celestial mechanics have been carried out by O.A. Bazey, N.V. Bazey, I.V. Kara and others. 
  • Investigation of variable stars (intrinsic and binary stars) was introduced in 1937, but later it was considerably advanced by DSc, Prof. V.P. Tsesevych who was its supervisor from 1945 to 1983. Outstanding findings of variable star studies were obtained by PhDs S.V. Rublev, O.Y. Mandel, K.M. Makarenko, O.M. Shulberg, G.O. Lange, DSc in Physical and Mathematical Sciences I.L. Andronov and others. At present this research line is developed by DScs S.M. Andrievsky, V.G. Karetnikov, V.V. Kovtyukh, S.A. Korotin, PhDs S.M. Udovichenko, V.V. Nazarenko and others.  
  • Study of spatial distribution, physical properties and evolution of interplanetary matter in the Solar system and meteoroids was initiated by DSc, Prof. Y.N. Kramer in 1956 and headed by him till 1994. Nowadays the activities of this research line are conducted by employees of the Department of Small Solar System Bodies Physics, namely PhD Y.M. Gorbanyov and others. In 90th, the research of dust component of the near-Earth space was commenced and headed by DSc, Prof. M.B. Divari till 1993; later the investigation was pursued by PhD, Senior Research Scientist Y.I. Zagynaylo and L.S. Shakun.
  • Study of artificial Earth satellite motion and rotation was initiated in 1957-1958 by DSc, Prof. V.P. Tsesevych, and later continued by his disciple DSc, Prof. V.M. Grygorevsky who was the research line supervisor till 1976. In 1976-1999, the research was supervised by PhD Y.O. Medvedev. In that period a lot of applied studies on artificial satellite photometry were carried out by the staff members of the Space Research Department, namely O.V. Dobrovolsky, A.O. Korobko and others. At present the study of artificial satellite motion has been conducted by the Department headed by PhD M.I. Koshkin.
  • Investigation of physical properties and evolution of the disc and halo stars in our Galaxy and other galaxies was initiated in 1968-1970 under the guidance of DSc, Prof. M.S. Komarov who was the principle supervisor till 2003. Today the research line supervisor is the Head of Department of Stars and Galaxy Physics, DSc T.V. Mishenina. DScs S.M. Andrievsky, V.V. Kovtykh and S.A. Korotin, as well as PhDs V.F. Gopka, T.I. Gorbanyova and others have been successfully working in this research line.
  • Research of dark energy and dark matter in multidimensional cosmology was initiated in 2009, and since then it has been supervised by DSc O.I. Zhuk.
  • Development of advanced telescope systems, mehods and techniques of astronomical observations and data recording was supervised by DSc, Prof. V.P. Tsesevych since 1968; later, PhDs V.N. Ivanov, M.M. Faschevsky and Chief Engineer L.S. Paulin pursued the research. Nowadays the astronomical equipment is developed by the employees of SRI AO ONU, namely V.V. Dragomiretsky, A.V. Ryabov, S.V. Podlesnyak, Y.M. Bondarenko and others.

        

Main research findings and results

The SRI AO ONU scientists developed their own high-accuracy methods of determination of stellar atmosphere parameters (temperature and luminosity), advanced techniques of investigation of chemical composition of stars; worked out methods of identification of stars’ belonging to different substructures of the Galaxy and confirmed them with the obtained results; developed multilevel atomic models for calcium, potassium, strontium, barium and other elements used to analyse spectra of the first stars in our Galaxy by the procedure that accounts for the departure from Local Thermodynamic Equilibrium conditions (the non-LTE assumption), etc.

Distribution of 25 chemical elements in the Galaxy, from hydrogen to dysprosium, was developed for the first time, and the achieved iron distribution accuracy was higher than ever before. That enabled to define the fine structure in the radial distribution on the interval of galactocentric distances from 4,000 to 16,000 pc as such the presence of three areas, each of which was described by its own gradient and mean abundance values, as well as to prove the existence of a certain gap in the distribution at the galactocenric distance of 11,000 pc.

For the first time on the basis of a statistical model of the Galaxy it was shown that the obtained by the Observatory experts estimations of the mean mass of oxygen and iron ejected by all types of Supernovae (SNe) in the Galactic disc significantly restrict the corresponding previous model of different SNe types. The statistical analysis of radial gradients in the Galactic disc allows of estimating the mean mass of oxygen and iron ejected in the SNe explosions. For the first time we managed to obtain the following data: 1) the mean mass of oxygen ejected in the core-collapse SNe (CC SNe) event (that is concentrated in the spiral arms) is about 0.27 M⊙; 2) the mean mass of iron ejected by tardy SNe of the I type (SNeIa, whose predecessors are long-lived stars of an age from 100 Myr up to several Gyr that are not concentrated in the spiral arms) is 0.58 M⊙; 3) the top mass of iron ejected by prompt SNeIa (Supernovae, whose predecessors are young short-lived stars of the age of 100 Myr that are concentrated in the spiral arms) is 0.23 M⊙ per event; 4) the corresponding mean mass of iron produced by CC SNe is 0.04 M⊙ per event; 5) the short-lived SNe (core-collapse or prompt SNeIa) contribute 85% of the total iron in the Galactic disc.

The fact that homogeneous estimations of the chemical compositions are obtained for more than 600 stars is an unprecedented result. The Na, Al, Cu, Zn, Y, Zr, Ba (under the non-LTE approximation), La, C, Nd, Sm and Eu behaviour in stars that belong to the thick and thin Galactic discs and the Hercules stream was defined and investigated. For the first time it was shown that a larger distribution of the neutron-capture elements’ behaviour comparing to that one of alpha-elements is associated with secondary production of those elements and the absence of correlation between metallicity and age of the thin disc stars. And for the first time it was suggested that variations in the nickel abundance with metallicities higher than the solar ones can result from the dependence of the output of unstable nickel isotope 56Ni that is the main source of iron on the metallicity. For the first time the abundances of eight neutron-capture elements were determined for five stars in the metallicity range -0.8<[Fe/H]<-3 by the advanced list of spectral lines obtained with the 1.93 m telescope at Observatoire de Haute-Provence (OHP, France) equipped with the SOPHIE echelle spectrograph.

The scenario of the lithium production was suggested for some stellar systems at the evolutionary stages when one of the components is a young neutron star (NS). In such systems the source of lithium is a result of the optical star surface irradiation by high-energy particles accelerated to relativistic speeds in the inner part of the disc around a NS. 

Three-dimensional hydro-dynamical simulations of accretion discs, their precession and stellar winds are developed for close binary systems and on the basis of proper worked out models. The three-dimensional hydro-dynamic interchange of matter in the β Lyr system was computed accounting for the stellar wind from the mass donor. The computations showed that an optically and geometrically thick envelope is formed around the accretor due to interaction of the matter flowing from the Langrangian point L1 and the accretor’s wind. The wind flows freely at the centre of the disc over the accretor’s poles. Jet-like structures are produced beyond the wind-propagation region over the thick accretion disc. The matter flowing from the outer boundary of the disc interacts with the donor star’s wind that results in formation of stationary shock wave in the region between the Langrangian point L1 and the outer boundary of the disc towards orbital phase 0.25, and that can cause the X-ray emission from the β Lyr system.

The conditions of formation of proto-planetary objects, such as broad configurations of the Earth-like, Jupiter-like objects and those like Kuiper Belt objects were defined.

The dependencies of the effective temperature, surface gravity, microturbulent velocity and atmospheric iron abundance variations on the pulsation phase were developed for a few tens of Cepheids.

A new kind of inflation called a bouncing inflation that opens up new possibilities to describe the Universe’s early evolutionary stages is characterised in the studies in cosmology, which is a relatively young research line in our school of thought, by the example of a nonlinear gravitational model that simultaneously consider quadratic and quartic nonlinearities. The weak field boundary in nonlinear f(R) gravitational models is investigated; the metric perturbation is examined, and the conditions under which these models meet the requirements of the gravitation test are defined. The first- and second-order corrections for the metric coefficients in multidimensional Kaluza-Klein models with different types of compactifications are determined, and the experimantal constraints on these models are found. Mutual dynamics of the Milky Way and the Great Andromeda Galaxy is described, as well as the formation of the Hubble flow in the vicinity of the Local Group.

The results of many years’ observations of artificial Earth satellites are obtained, and banks of positional and photometric data on artificial satellites were created; the techniques of identification of the spacecrafts’ rotation types, orientation in space and shape by their light curves were developed. The catalogue of artificial satellite positions was replenished from coordinated optical observations of artificial satellites with nine telescopes of the Ukrainian network of optical stations. 55,569 positions for 280 artificial satellites in low orbits were obtained in 2013. Based on the results of observations for several revolutions and proper numerical model of the artificial satellite motion, a catalogue of orbits was created in the form of computed state vectors and Keplerian orbital elements; the improved ephemerides were computed by the orbital elements in an ILRS-like format. In 2013, the light curves and continuous trajectory measurements for 151 artificial satellies in 928 passes were obtained. The third volume of the Atlas of Artificial Satellite Light Curves in 2011-2013 that contains 1800 light curves of 324 artificial bodies and information on their original orbits, dimensions and geometric shape is ready for publication. The development and testing of specific software for automatic remote performance of a new satellite telescope KTS located at the observing station in Mayaki is finished.

The activities on accumulation of positional and photometric observations of asteroids and meteors were proceeded with telescope OMT-80, meteor patrol based on a Schmidt telescope and different short-focal-length cameras. Observing station located in Snake Island joins simultaneous meteor observations every year. 

International collaboration

There is a close relationship between Odesa Astronomical Observatory and all astronomical organisations in Ukraine. Moreover, the Agreements on Scientific and Technological Cooperation have been worked out with P. K. Sternberg Astronomical Institute of M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University (Moscow), Central Astronomical Observatory of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Pulkovo, St. Petersburg), Institute of Physics and Mathematics of Turkmenistan (Ashgabad), Astronomical Observatory of Belgrade (Serbia), Vihorlat Astronomical Observatory in Humenné (Slovakia), Shanghai Astronomical Observatory of Academy of Sciences of China, etc.

The Observatory participates in many international observation programmes, its employees often visit observatories abroad (in France, Brazil, Lithuania, USA, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, etc.) to carry out joint scientific research, observations and to participate in conferences & workshops.

In 2009-2012, RSI AO OSU conducted a series of research projects under international agreements, such as Abundances of Light and Neutron-Capture Elements in Atmospheres of Globular Cluster Giants as Testing of a Star’s and Globular Clusters’ Evolution (Lithuania); Astrometry and Photometry of the Near-Earth Objects (China) and Photometry for Efficient Study of Interaction Between Planets and Their Satellites in the Solar System (Vietnam). 

Research papers
by members of SRI Astronomical Observatory of Odessa I. I. Mechnikov National University
published in 2020-2016:

2020

  1. Akarsu, O.,Chopovsky, A., Shulga, V., Yalçinkaya, E.,Zhuk, A. 2020. Weak field limit of higher dimensional massive Brans-Dicke gravity: Observational constraints . Physical Review D 101, 024004. adsabs.harvard.edu
  2. Andrievsky S. M., Wallerstein G., Korotin S. A., Kovtyukh V. V., Khrapaty S. V., Rydyak Yu., Mishenina T. V., Wenjin Huang. NLTE C and O abundances in RR lyrae stars// Astronomische Nachrichten , 2020, Volume 341, Issue 8, 9 pages. org
  3. Andronov, Ivan L.; Andrych, Kateryna D.; Chinarova, Lidia L. Multi-algorithm analysis of the semi-regular variable DY Per, the prototype of the class of cool RCRB variables// Annales Astronomiae Navae, vol.1, p. 179-190, 2020 adsabs.harvard.edu
  4. Andrych K. D., Andronov I. L., Chinarova L. L. mavka: program of statistically optimal determination of phenomenological parameters of extrema. parabolic spline algorithm and analysis of variability of the semi-regular star z uma// Journal of Physical Studies 24 (1), Article 1902 [10 pages]org
  5. Andrych, K.D.; Tvardovskyi, D.E.; Chinarova, L.L.; Andronov, I.L. MAVKA: Investigation of stellar brightness extrema approximation stability for various methods// Contributions of the Astronomical Observatory Skalnatй Pleso , vol. 50, no. 2, p. 557-559. DOI: org
  6. Bono, G.; Braga, V. F.; Crestani, J.; Fabrizio, M.; Sneden, C.; Marconi, M.; Preston, G. W.; Mullen, J. P.; Gilligan, C. K.; Fiorentino, G.; Pietrinferni, A.; Altavilla, G.; Buonanno, R.; Chaboyer, B.; da Silva, R.; Dall'Ora, M.; Degl'Innocenti, S.; Di Carlo, E.; Ferraro, I.; Grebel, E. K.; Iannicola, G.; Inno, L.; Kovtyukh, V.; Kunder, A.; Lemasle, B.; Marengo, M.; Marinoni, S.; Marrese, P. M.; Martínez-Vázquez, C. E.; Matsunaga, N.; Monelli, M.; Neeley, J.; Nonino, M.; Moroni, P. G. Prada; Prudil, Z.; Stetson, P. B.; Thévenin, F.; Tognelli, E.; Valenti, E.; Walker, A. R. On the Metamorphosis of the Bailey Diagram for RR Lyrae Stars // The Astrophysical Journal Letters , Volume 896, Issue 1, id.L15, 9 pp. (2020) adsabs.harvard.edu
  7. Burgazli Alvina; Shulga Valerii; Emrah Yükselci, A.; Zhuk, Alexander Effect of peculiar velocities on the gravitational potential in cosmological models with perfect fluids // Physics Letters B , 2020, Vol. 809, 135761, 7 p. DOI: adsabs.harvard.edu
  8. Canay, Ezgi; Eingorn, Maxim; Zhuk, Alexander Effects of nonlinearity of f(R) gravity and perfect fluid in Kaluza-Klein models with spherical compactification //The European Physical Journal C, 2020, Volume 80, Issue 5, article id.379. adsabs.harvard.edu
  9. Cernis, K; Eglitis, I.; Sonka, A.; Kulichenko, M.; … Kashuba, V.; Troianskyi, V.; Kashuba, S.; … et al. (2020). Observations and Orbits of Comets and A/ Objects . Minor Planet Electronic Circ., No. 2020-P19 (2020). minorplanetcenter.net
  10. Cervak, G.; Svoren, J.; Rychtarek, Pittich. E . ; … Kashuba, V.; Troianskyi, V.; Kashuba, S.; … et al. (2020). Observations and Orbits of Comets and A/ Objects . Minor Planet Electronic Circ., No. 2020-W26 (2020). net
  11. Coffano, A.; Marinello, W.; Micheli, M.; ….. ; Kashuba, V.; Troianskyi, V.; Kashuba, S.; et al. Observations and Orbits of Comets and A/ Objects//Minor Planet Electronic Circ., No. 2020-U96 (2020); adsabs.harvard.edu
  12. Eglitis, I.; Cernis, K.; Bacci, P., ... , Troianskyi, V.; Kashuba, V.; Kashuba, S.; and 227 more Observations and Orbits of Comets and A/ Objects// Minor Planet Electronic Circ., No. 2020-E26 (2020). adsabs.harvard.edu
  13. Fashchevsky N.N., Podlesnyak S.V., Bondarenko Yu.N., Andrievsky S.M., Romanyuk Ya.O. A new wide-field telescope with a mirror diameter of 600 mm for the telescope network of the Odessa observatory // ОdАР, 2020, v. 33, pp.97-100. DOI: doi.org
  14. Gorbanev Yu.M., Konovalova N.A., Davruqov N.Kh. Groups of meteorite-producing meteoroids and meteorites in asteroidal orbits and their sources // ОdАР, 2020, v. 33,.pp101-104. DOI:doi.org
  15. Khokhlov S.A., Miroshnichenko A.S, Zharikov S.V., Manset N., Zakhozhay O.V., Bilinskyi I.O., Grankin K.N., Kusakin A.V., Omarov C.T.,Kokumbaeva R.I., Reva I.V., Korv{c}'akov'a D., UsenkoA., Kuratova A.K. The Emission-Line Dusty Object IRAS 07080+0605, a Less-Evolved Example of the Red Rectangle Odessa Astronomical Publications, 2020, v 33, pp. 141-146. DOI:doi.org
  16. Kim Yonggi; Andronov Ivan L.; Andrych Kateryna D.; Yoon Joh-Na; Han Kiyoung; Chinarova Lidia L. Poorly Studied Eclipsing Binaries in the Field of DO Draconis: V454 Dra and V455 Dra // Journal of the Korean Astronomical Society , vol. 53, pp. 43-48 (2020) doi: doi.org
  17. Kleshchonok V.V., Kashuba S.G., Andrievsky S.M., Gorbanev Yu.M. Specific features of structures in the inner coma of comet C/2017 T2 (PANSTARRS) as observed with the OMT-800 telescope of the Odessa observatory telescope network. // ОdАР, 2020, v. 33, pp.105-108. DOI: org
  18. Korotin, S. A.; Andrievsky, S. M.; Caffau, E.; Bonifacio, P.; Oliva, E. Study of the departures from LTE in the unevolved stars infrared spectra //Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society , 2020, Volume 496, Issue 2, pp.2462-2473. adsabs.harvard.edu
  19. Koshkin N.,Shakun L.,Melikyants, Korobeynikova E., Strakhova S., Bilinsky A., Vovchyk Ye., Kudak V., Motrunich І., Neubauer I., Kozhukhov O., Romanyuk Ya., Ryabov A., Terpan S., Dragomiretsky V., Golubovskaya T. Simultaneous multi-site photometry of LEO satellites to characterise their rotation states // ОdАР, 2020, v. 33, pp.119-124. DOI: doi.org
  20. Kozhukhov O.M., Dementiev T.O., Rischenko S.V., KoshkinI., ShakunL.S., Strakhova S.L., at al. (2019). Observation of LEO objects using optical surveillance facilities: the geographic aspect / Artificial Satellites , Volume 54, Issue 4, pp.113-128 Опубликовано: ‏ DEC 2019 adsabs.harvard.edu
  21. Shakun,, N.Koshkin, E.Korobeynikova, D.Kozhukhov, O.Kozhukhov, S.Strakhova.Comparative Analysis of Global Optical Observability of Satellites in LEO// Advances in Space Research Available online 30 December 2020. In Press, Journal Pre-proofWhat are Journal Pre-proof articles? org
  22. Mishenina, UsenkoI., Kniazev A., Kovtyukh V. HD 121135: Features of its chemical composition // ОdАР, 2020, v. 33, pp.40-44. DOI: doi.org
  23. Mishenina, T.; Soubiran, C.; Charbonnel, C.; Katsova, M.; Nizamov, B.Solar twins: lithium abundance scatter// Memorie della Societa Astronomica Italiana , v.91, p.171 (2020)
  24. Mishenina, Tamara, Shereta, Elena, Pignatari, Marco, Carraro, Giovanni, Gorbaneva, Tatyana, Soubiran, Caroline Molybdenum in the open cluster stars// Accepted for publication in Journal of Physical Studies , 2020, v.24, N3 adsabs.harvard.edu
  25. The on- and off-state generations in classical microquasars. 3-d numerical hydrodynamical simulations on high resolution grid in the case of intermediate mass transfer rate in accretion disk of microquasar Cyg X-1 // ОdАР, 2020, v. 33, pp.45-47. DOI: dx.doi.org
  26. Oszkiewicz, Dagmara; Troianskyi, Volodymyr; Fohring, Dora; Galad, Adrian; Kwiatkowski, Tomasz; Marciniak, Anna; Skiff, Brian A.; Geier, Stefan; Borczyk, Wojciech; Moskovitz, Nicholas A.; Kankiewicz, Pawef; Gajdos, Stefan; Vilagi, Jozef; Polc, L. udovit; Kluwak, Tomasz; Wilawer, Emil; Kashuba, Volodymyr; Udovichenko, Sergei; Keir, Leonid; Kaminski, Krzysztof; Devogele, Maxime; Gustafsson, Annika. Spin rates of V-type asteroids // Astronomy & Astrophysics , 2020, Volume 643, id.A117, 26 pp. DOI: doi.org
  27. Sukharev, A.; Ryabov, M.; Bezrukovs, V.; Orbidans, A.; Bleiders, M.; Udovichenko, S.; Keir, L.;Eglitits, I.; Dubovsky, P. Study of Rapid Variability of the Blazar OJ 287 in the Radio and Optical Ranges // Astrophysics , Volume 63, Issue 1, p.32-44. adsabs.harvard.edu
  28. Sukharev, Artem; Ryabov, Michail; Bezrukovs, Vladislavs; Orbidans, Arturs; Bleiders, Marcis;Udovichenko, Sergei; Keir, Leonid; Eglitis, Ilgmars; Kudsey, Igor; Dubovsky, Pavol//Program and Results of Investigations Rapid Variability of the BL Lac Object 3C 371 in Radio and Optical Ranges,2020, Galaxies , vol. 8, issue 3, p. 69 DOI: doi.org
  29. , SukhovK.P. Degradation of the reflectance properties of some GSS in space, preliminary results // ОdАР, 2020, v. 33, pp.138-140. DOI: dx.doi.org
  30. Tvardovskyi, D. E.; Andronov, I. L.; Andrych, K. D.; Chinarova, L. L.Analysis of Photometry of Stars from Space and Ground-Based Surveys// Proceedings of the conference Stars and their Variability Observed from Space, held in Vienna on August 19-23, 2019. Eds.: C. Neiner, W. W. Weiss, D. Baade, R. E. Griffin, C. C. Lovekin, A. F. J. Moffat. University of Vienna, 2020, pp.381-382
  31. , KeirL.E. Photometry and the Blazhko effect in the RR Lyr variable star Y Vul // ОdАР, 2020, v. 33, pp.53-57; DOI: dx.doi.org
  32. , Kniazev A.Yu., Katkov I.Yu., KovtyukhV.V., Mishenina T.V., Miroshnichenko A.S., Turner D.G. Spectroscopic investigations of galactic clusters with associated cepheid variables. IV. Collinder 220 and UW Car // ОdАР, 2020, v. 33, pp. 58-64; DOI:dx.doi.org
  33. , Miroshnichenko A.S., Danford S., KovtyukhV.V., Turner D.G. Spectroscopic investigations of the Polaris (α Umi) system: radial velocity measurements, new orbit, and companion influence for the cepheid polaris Aa pulsation activity // ОdАР, 2020, v. 33, pp. 65-71; DOI: dx.doi.org
  34. Yushchenko, Alexander V.; Kim, Chulhee; ,Jeong Yeuncheol; Doikov, Dmytry N.; Yushchenko, Volodymyr A.; Khrapatyi, Sergii V.; Demessinova, Aizat. The Chemical Composition of V1719 Cyg: δ Scuti Type Star without the Accretion of Interstellar Matter // Journal of Astronomy and Space Sciences , 2020, Vol. 37, No. 3, pp. 157-163, adsabs.harvard.edu
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2019

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  2. Andrievsky S. M., Shereta A., Khrapaty S. V., Korotin S. A., Kovtyukh V. V., Kashuba V. I. Diffuse interstellar band 6202 å as an indicator of organic matter in cosmos: cepheid spectra / OAP, 2019, v.32, pp.52-54, DOI: dx.doi.org
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2017

  1. Akarsu, Ozgur; Chopovsky, Alexey;Eingorn, Maxim; Fakhr, Seyed Hossein; Zhuk, Brane world models with bulk perfect fluid and broken 4D Poincare invariance // eprint arXiv:1709.02368, 09/2017, 10 pages, 7 figures 2017arXiv170902368A
  2. Akarsu, Ozgur; Chopovsky, Alexey; Zhuk, Alexander. Black branes and black strings in the astrophysical and cosmological context// eprint arXiv:1711.08372, General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology, 2017arXiv171108372A
  3. AndrievskyM., KorotinS.A., Hill V., Zhukova A.V. Zirconium abundances in the central part of the dsph fornax galaxy // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2017, v.30, pp. 54-56, DOI:10.18524/1810-4215.2017.30.117154
  4. AndrievskyM., KorotinS.A., Hill V., Zhukova A.V. Barium abundance in the central part of the dSph Fornax galaxy// eprint arXiv:1710.04930, 2017arXiv171004930A
  5. Andronov, Ivan L.; Tkachenko, Mariia G.; Chinarova, Lidia. "Comparative Analysis of Phenomenological Approximations for the Light Curves of Eclipsing Binary Stars with Additional Parameters"//Astrophysics, 2017, vol.60, No.1, p.57-69, DOI 1007/s10511-017-9462-0
  6. AndrychD., Andronov I.L., ChinarovaL.L. statistically optimal modeling of flat eclipses and exoplanet transitions.the “wall-supported polynomial” (WSP) algoritms // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2017, v.30, pp. 57-62. DOI: 10.18524/1810-4215.2017.30.118521
  7. Brilenkov R, Eingorn M., Zhuk, Dark and visible matter distribution in Coma cluster: theory vs observations. Astronomical and Astrophysical Transactions, 30 (2017) N1, 81-94; arXiv:1507.07234 [astro-ph.CO]. arxiv.org/pdf/1507.07234
  8. Cerniauskas, A.; Kucinskas, A.; Klevas, J.; Prakapavicius, D.; Korotin, S.; Bonifacio, P.; Ludwig, H.-G.; Caffau, E.; Steffen, M. Abundances of Na, Mg, and K in the atmospheres of red giant branch stars of Galactic globular cluster 47 Tucanae//Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 604, id.A35, 12 pp. 1051/0004-6361/201630305
  9. Doikov D.N., AndrievskyM. ionisation loss and shock excitation of atoms in cold remnants of type ii supernovae. // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2017, v.30, pp. 63-68. DOI: 10.18524/1810-4215.2017.30.118314
  10. D'Orazi, V.; Desidera, S.; Gratton, R. G.; Lanza, A. F.; Messina, S.; Andrievsky, S. M.; Korotin, S.; Benatti, S.; Bonnefoy, M.; Covino, E.; Janson, M. A critical reassessment of the fundamental properties of GJ 504: chemical composition and age // Astronomy & Astrophysics,2017, Volume 598, id.A19, 11 pp. 1051/0004-6361/201629283
  11. Duffau, S.; Caffau, E.; Sbordone, L.; Bonifacio, P.; Andrievsky, S.; Korotin, S.; Babusiaux, C.; Salvadori, S.; Monaco, L.; Francois, P.; and 41 coauthors. The Gaia-ESO Survey: Galactic evolution of sulphur and zinc// Astronomy & Astrophysics, 2017,Volume 604, id.A128, 14 pp. 1051/0004-6361/201730477
  12. Duffau, S.; Caffau, E.; Sbordone, L.; Bonifacio, P.; Andrievsky, S.; Korotin, S.; Babusiaux, C.; Salvadori, S.; Monaco, L.; Francois, P.; and 41 coauthors VizieR Online Data Catalog: S abundances for 1301 stars from GES (Duffau+, 2017)?// VizieR On-line Data Catalog: J/A+A/604/A128. Originally published in: 2017A&A...604A.128D, .36040128D
  13. Eingorn, Maxim; Kiefer, Claus; Zhuk, Alexander. Cosmic screening of the gravitational interaction // International Journal of Modern Physics D, 2017, Volume 26, Issue 12, id. 1743012, 1142/S021827181743012X
  14. GorbanevM., StogneevaI.A., Shestopalov V.A., Knyazkova E.F., Kimakovskaya I.I., Kimakovsky S.R., Golubaev A.V. the effect of major meteor streams on the total ozone in the earth's atmosphere // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2017, v.30, pp.209-218 DOI: 10.18524/1810-4215.2017.30.114643
  15. GorbanevaI., MisheninaT.V. molybdenum and ruthenium abundances in cool stars of the galactic disc // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2017, v.30, pp.76-77 DOI: 10.18524/1810-4215.2017.30.114274
  16. Han, Kiyoung; Kim, Yonggi; Andronov, Ivan L.; Yoon, Joh-Na; Chinarova, Lidia L. Quasi-Periodic Oscillation of a Magnetic Cataclysmic Variable, DO Draconis//Journal of Astronomy and Space Sciences, 2017, vol. 34, issue 1, pp. 37-44 5140/JASS.2017.34.1.37
  17. Jeong, Yeuncheol; Yushchenko, Alexander V.; Doikov, Dmytry N.; Gopka, Vira F.; Yushchenko, Volodymyr O. Chemical Composition of RR Lyn - an Eclipsing Binary System with Am and ? Boo Type Components// Journal of Astronomy and Space Sciences, 2017, Vol. 34, No. 2, p. 75-82. 5140/JASS.2017.34.3.199
  18. Kaliuzny, M. P.; Bushuev, F. I.; Sibiriakova, Ye. S.; Shulga, O. V.; Shakun, L. S.; Bezrukovs, V.; Kulishenko, V. F.; Moskalenko, S. S.; Malynovsky, Ye. V.; Balagura, O. A. Monitoring of the orbital position of a geostationary satellite by the spatially separated reception of signals of digital satellite television // Science and Innovation (ISSN 1815-2066), 2017, v.13, No.1, p.45-49. .13a..45K
  19. Kashuba, Andruk V., KashubaV. On the digitisation of odessa collection of astronomical negatives. Examination of the epson perfection v700 photo scanner // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2017, v.30, pp.174-177 DOI: 10.18524/1810-4215.2017.30.114277
  20. Katsova, M. M.; Livshits, M. A.; Mishenina, T. V.; Nizamov, B. A. Activity of the Baby Sun // Life and Universe. V.N.Obridko, M.V.Ragulskaya, Eds. BBM, SPb. 2017. ISBN: 978-5-9651-1061-2, p. 63-72. book...63K
  21. Kondratyev V.N., Nurtayeva U.M., Zhomartova A.Zh., MisheninaV.SYNTHESIS OF MAGNETIZED NUCLEI AT SUPERNOVA EXPLOSION // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2017, v.30, pp.91-92 DOI: 10.18524/1810-4215.2017.30.114335
  22. Koshkin, Savanevych V., Pohorelov A., ShakunL., Zhukov V., Korobeynikova E., Strakhova S., Moskalenko S., Kashuba V., Krasnoshchokov A.UKRAINIAN DATABASE AND ATLAS OF LIGHT CURVES OF ARTIFICIAL SPACE OBJECTS // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2017, v.30, pp.226-229 DOI: 10.18524/1810-4215.2017.30.117655
  23. Koshkin, N.; Shakun, L.; Burlak, N.; Korobeynikova, E.; Strakhova, S.; Melikyants, S.; Terpan, S.; Ryabov, A. Ajisai spin-axis precession and rotation-period variations from photometric observations // Advances in Space Research, 2017, Volume 60, Issue 7, p. 1389-1399. 1016/j.asr.2017.06.045
  24. Kulichenko, N.; Pomazan, A. V.; Maigurova, N. V.; Bodryagin, D. V.; Bacci, P.; Maestripieri, M.; Tesi, L.; Fagioli, G.; Bonomi, R.; Facchini, M.; … Kashuba, V.; Troianskyi, ; Kashuba, S. ,…and 223 coauthors. Observations and Orbits of Comets // Minor Planet Electronic Circ., No. 2017-N58 (2017). 2017MPEC....N...58K
  25. Lemasle, B.; Groenewegen, M. A. T.; Grebel, E. K.; Bono, G.; Fiorentino, G.; Francois, P.; Inno, L.; Kovtyukh, V. V.; Matsunaga, N.; Pedicelli, S.; and 4 coauthors. Detailed chemical composition of classical Cepheids in the LMC cluster NGC 1866 and in the field of the SMC // Astronomy & Astrophysics, 2017, Volume 608, id.A85, 36 pp. 1051/0004-6361/201731370
  26. Mishenina, Klochkova V., Panchuk V., BasakN., Kovtyukh V., Korotin S., Velichko A. THREE GIANTS – MEMBERS OF THE OPEN CLUSTER M 67 // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2017, v.30, pp.108-112 DOI: 10.18524/1810-4215.2017.30.114355
  27. Mishenina, T.; Pignatari, M.; Cot'e, B.; Thielemann, F.-K.; Soubiran, C.; Basak, N.; Gorbaneva, T.; Korotin, S. A.; Kovtyukh, V. V.; Wehmeyer, B.; and 7 coauthors. Observing the metal-poor solar neighbourhood: a comparison of galactic chemical evolution predictions// Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2017, Volume 469, Issue 4, p.4378-4399. 1093/mnras/stx1145
  28. NazarenkoV., NazarenkoS.V.3D NUMERICAL HYDRODYNAMICAL MODELS OF THE PRECESSING THICK ACCRETION DISK AND ON- AND OFF-STATE GENERATIONS IN MICROQUASARS // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2017, v.30, pp. 113-116 DOI: 10.18524/1810-4215.2017.30.114365
  29. Savastru S.V., MarsakovaI., AndrychK.D., Dubovsky P. IMPROVED EPHEMERIS of Poorly Studied Eclipsing Binary GSC 3950-00707 = 2MASS J20355082+5242136 // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2017, v.30, pp. 126-127 DOI: 10.18524/1810-4215.2017.30.115819
  30. Shakun, KoshkinN., Korobeynikova E., Strakhova S., Dragomiretsky V., Ryabov A., Melikyants S., Golubovskaya T., Terpan S. ACCURACY OF SATELLITE OPTICAL OBSERVATIONS AND PRECISE ORBIT DETERMINATION // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2017, v.30, pp.242-245 DOI: 10.18524/1810-4215.2017.30.117660
  31. Sukhov, P. P.; Epishev, V. P.; Sukhov, K. P.; Karpenko, G. F.; Motrunich, I. I. The Results of Complex Research of GSS "SBIRS-Geo 2" Behavior in the Orbit//Space Science and Technology (Kosmicheskaya nauka i tekhnologiya), 2017. 23. No. 1, p. 63-70. 2017KosNT..23a..63S
  32. TvardovskyiE., Marsakova V.I., Andronov I.L EFFECTS OF THE MASS TRANSFER AND PRESENCE OF THE THIRD COMPONENTS IN CLOSE BINARY STELLAR SYSTEMS // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2017, v.30, pp. 135-139 DOI: 10.18524/1810-4215.2017.30.115463
  33. UdovichenkoN., KeirL.E.PHOTOMETRY AND BLAZHKO EFFECT IN RR LYR-TYPE STAR AE LEO // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2017, v.30, pp.140-142 DOI: 10.18524/1810-4215.2017.30.114381
  34. UsenkoA. Spectroscopic studies of yellow supergiants in the Cepheid instability strip// Astronomy Letters, 2017, Volume 43, Issue 4, pp.265-283. 10.1134/S1063773717040090
  35. Usenko A., Miroshnichenko A. S. and Danford S., Spectroscopic Studies of the Unique Yellow Supergiant ? Aqr in the Cepheid Instability Strip”, Astronomy Letters 43, 751, 2017. 10.1134/S1063773717110068
  36. UsenkoA., Kniazev A.Yu., KovtyukhV.V., Belik S.I., Berdnikov L.N. spectroscopical study of faint southern cepheids with southern african large telescope (SALT). First results. // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2017, v.30, pp. 143-145. DOI: 10.18524/1810-4215.2017.30.117156
  37. UsenkoA., KovtyukhV.V., Miroshnichenko A.S., Danford S. Pulsational activity of the small–amplitude cepheid polaris ( ?UMi) in 2016-2017 // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2017, v.30, pp.146-148 DOI:10.18524/1810-4215.2017.30.114382
  38. Usenko, I. O.; Kovtyukh, V. V.; Miroshnichenko, A. S.; Danford, S. Polaris: history of pulsation activity since discovery. // Science and Innovation (ISSN 1815-2066), 2017, v.13, No.1, p.109-113. .13a.109U
  39. Valeev, A. F.; Antonyuk, K. A.; Pit, N. V.; Moskvitin, A. S.; Grauzhanina, A. O.; Gadelshin, D. R.; Kolesnikov, S. V.; Zhuzhulina, E. A.; Burlakova, T. E.; Galazutdinov, A.; and 8 coauthors. Search for and study of photometric variability in magnetic white dwarfs // Astrophysical Bulletin, 2017, Volume 72, Issue 1, pp.44-50. 10.1134/S1990341317030051
  40. VoitkoА.S., TroianskyiV. RESONANCES IN SATURN’S SYSTEM // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2017, v.30, pp.250-251. DOI: 10.18524/1810-4215.2017.30.117157
  41. Zhuk, Alexander; Chopovsky, Alexey; Fakhr, Seyed Hossein; Shulga, Valerii; Wei, Weak-field limit of Kaluza-Klein models with spherically symmetric static scalar field: observational constraints// The European Physical Journal C,2017, Volume 77, Issue 11, article id. #721, 7 pp. 10.1140/epjc/s10052-017-5311-x
  42. Yushchenko, A. V.; Gopka, V. F.; Shavrina, A. V.; Yushchenko, V. A.; Vasileva, S. V.; Andrievsky, S. M.; Raikov, A. A.; Kim, ; Rittipruk, P.; Jeong, Y.; Kang, Y.-W. Peculiarities of the abundance of chemical elements in the atmosphere of PMMR23-red supergiant in the Small Magellanic Cloud due to interstellar gas accretion // Kinematics and Physics of Celestial Bodies,2017, vol. 33, issue 5, pp. 199-216. 10.3103/S0884591317050075
  43. Yushchenko, Alexander V.; Jeong, Yeuncheol; Gopka, Vira F.; Vasil`eva, Svetlana V.; Andrievsky, Sergey M.; Yushchenko, Volodymyr O. Chemical Composition of RM_1-390 - Large Magellanic Cloud Red Supergiant // Journal of Astronomy and Space Sciences, 2017, Vol. 34, p. 199-205. 5140/JASS.2017.34.3.199
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2016

  1. Andrievsky, S. M.; Martin, R. P.; Kovtyukh, V. V.; Korotin, S. A.; Lépine, J. R. D. Oxygen, α-element and iron abundance distributions in the inner part of the Galactic thin disc – II // Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2016, Volume 461, Issue 4, p.4256-4259
  2. Andronov, I. L.; Tkachenko, M. G.; Chinarova, L. L. Phenomenological modelling of eclipsing binary stars // Proceedings of the 47th Conference on Variable Stars Research, vol. 176, held 27-29 November, 2015 in Ostrava, Czech Republic, 2015. 2016, p. 35-49
  3. Andronov, Ivan L.; Tkachenko, Mariia G.; Chinarova, Lidia L. Phemenological Modelling of a Group of Eclipsing Binary Stars // Physics Journal, 2016, Vol.2, No.2, p. 140-150
  4. Antonyuk, K. A.; Kolesnikov, S. V.; Pit, N. V.; Valyavin, G. G.; Valeev, A. F.; Burlakova, T. E.; Galazutdinov, G. A. Detection of circular polarization and low-amplitude photometric variability of the white dwarf WD1748+508 // Astrophysical Bulletin, Volume 71, Issue 4, pp.475-478
  5. Bono G., Braga V.F., Pietrinferni A., Magurno D., Kovtyukh, et al. Classical Cepheids and RR Lyrae stars: similar, but not too much. // Memoria Societa Astr. Italiano. – 2016 – V.75. – P. 282-305.
  6. Bouhmadi-López, Mariam; Morais, João; Zhuk, Alexander. The late Universe with non-linear interaction in the dark sector: The coincidence problem // Physics of the Dark Universe, 2016, Volume 14, p. 11-20.
  7. Bouhmadi-López, Mariam; Sravan Kumar, K.; Marto, João; Morais, João; Zhuk, Alexander. K-essence model from the mechanical approach point of view: coupled scalar field and the late cosmic acceleration // Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, Issue 07, article id. 050 (2016).
  8. Burgazli, Alvina; Zhuk, Alexander; Morais, João; Bouhmadi-López, Mariam; Sravan Kumar, K. Coupled scalar fields in the late Universe: the mechanical approach and the late cosmic acceleration // Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, Issue 09, article id. 045 (2016). 14 pages.
  9. Caffau, E.; Andrievsky, S.; Korotin, S.; Origlia, L.; Oliva, E.; Sanna, N.; Ludwig, H.-G.; Bonifacio, P. GIANO Y-band spectroscopy of dwarf stars: Phosphorus, sulphur, and strontium abundances // Astronomy & Astrophysics, 2016, Volume 585, id.A16, 6 pp.
  10. Eingorn, Maxim; Kiefer, Claus; Zhuk, Alexander. Scalar and vector perturbations in a universe with discrete and continuous matter sources // Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, Issue 09, article id. 032 (2016)
  11. Glazunova V. The chemical composition of the active stars. // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2016, v.29, pp.63-69
  12. Gorbaneva I., Mishenina T. V. Strontium abundances in cool dwarf stars of galactic thin and thick disks. // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2016, v.29, p. 70
  13. Ivanova, Oleksandra V.; Luk`yanyk, Igor V.; Kiselev, Nikolay N.; Afanasiev, Viktor L.; Picazzio, Enos; Cavichia, Oscar; de Almeida, Amaury A.; Andrievsky, Sergei M. Photometric and spectroscopic analysis of Comet 29P/Schwassmann-Wachmann 1 activity // Planetary and Space Science, 2016, Volume 121, p. 10-17.
  14. Kaliuzhnyi M., Bushuev F., Shulga O., Sybiryakova Ye., Shakun, Bezrukovs V., Moskalenko S., Kulishenko V., Malynovskyi Ye. International network of passive correlation ranging for orbit determination of a geostationary satellite. // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2016, v.29, pp. 203-206
  15. Kashuba, S. V.; Andrievsky, S. M.; Chekhonadskikh, F. A.; Luck, R. E.; Kovtyukh, V. V.; Korotin, S. A.; Krełowski, J.; Galazutdinov, G. A. An investigation of the 661.3 nm Diffuse Interstellar Band in Cepheid spectra //Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Advance Access, 2016, Volume 461, Issue 1, p.839-844
  16. Katsova, M. M.; Livshits, M. A.; Mishenina, T. V.; Nizamov, B. A. Superflare G and K Stars and the Lithium abundance // eprint arXiv:1609.05793, 09/2016 The 19th Cambridge Workshop on Cool Stars, Stellar Systems, and the Sun (CS19), Uppsala, Sweden, 06-10 June 2016, id.124, 5p.
  17. Kiselev N., Rosenbush V., Zaitsev S., Afanasiev V., Kolesnikov, Shakhovskoy D.. Polarimetric properties of icy moons of the outer planets.// Astrophysics, 2016. Pp.203-209
  18. Kolesnikov V., Breus V. V., Kiselev N. N., Andronov I. L. A technique for simultaneous measurement of circular and linear polarization with a single-channel polarimeter. // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2016, v.29, pp. 74-77
  19. KomendantH., Koshkin N.I., Ryabov M.I., Sukharev A.L. On the dynamics of drag of artificial satellite // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2016, v.29, pp. 207-210
  20. Kondratyev V. N., Mishenina V. Nucleosynthesis at magnetorotational supernova explosion and galactic chemical evolution. // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2016, v.29, pp. 60-62
  21. Koshkin, N.; Korobeynikova, E.; Shakun, L.; Strakhova, S.; Tang, Z. H. Remote Sensing of the EnviSat and Cbers-2B satellites rotation around the centre of mass by photometry // Advances in Space Research, 2016, Volume 58, Issue 3, p. 358-371.
  22. Kovtyukh, V.; Lemasle, B.; Chekhonadskikh, F.; Bono, G.; Matsunaga, N.; Yushchenko, A.; Anderson, R. I.; Belik, S.; da Silva, R.; Inno, L. The chemical composition of Galactic beat Cepheids // Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2016, Volume 460, Issue 2, p.2077-2086
  23. Mishenina, T. V.; Korotin, S. A.; Carraro, G.; Kovtyukh, V. V.; Yegorova, A. On the subject of the Ba overabundance in the open clusters stars // Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Volume 665, Issue 1, article id. 012025 (2016), 4p.
  24. Mishenina, T.; Kovtyukh, V.; Soubiran, C.; Adibekyan, V. Zh. Behaviour of elements from lithium to europium in stars with and without planets // Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2016, Volume 462, Issue 2, p.1563-1576
  25. Nazarenko V., Nazarenko S. V. 3D numerical hydrodynamical simulations of a radiation-driven jet launch and disappearing over low/hard state. // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2016, v.29, pp. 82-86
  26. Pinigin G.I., Poshalova, Zh. A.; Rostopchina-Shakhovskaya, A. N.; Bondar, N. I.; Kazantseva, L. V.; Andrievsky, S. M.; Karetnikov, V. G. Astronomical Observatories in Ukraine relevance to the Unesco Astronomy World Heritage Initiative //Astronomy and World Heritage: across time and continents, edited by Mikhail Ya. Marov, Kazan: Publishing House of Kazan University, 274 p., p.203-211
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  28. Tkachenko, Mariia G.; Andronov, Ivan L.; Chinarova, Lidia L. Phenomenological Parameters of the Prototype Eclipsing Binaries Algol, β Lyrae and W UMa // eprint arXiv:1612.01204, Journal of Physical Studies, 2016, 20, N4, 10 pages, 4 figures (2016, V.20, No. 4, 4902, 1)
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  30. Udovichenko N. Photometric observations of a new eclipsing binary NSVS 8213217. // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2016, v.29, pp. 98-99
  31. Usenko A., Kovtyukh V. V., Miroshnichenko A. S., Danford S. Effective temperature and radial velocity of the small-amplitude cepheid Polaris (α UMi) in 2015. // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2016, v.29, pp. 100-102
  32. UsenkoA. Spectroscopic studies of the classical Cepheid ζ Gem: Analysis of the velocity field in the atmosphere and manifestation of the presence of a circumstellar envelope // Astronomy Letters, 2016, Volume 42, Issue 6, pp.393-412
  33. Yushchenko, Yushchenko A., Gopka V., Shavrina A., Kovtyukh V., Hong K.S., Mkrtichian D., A-Thano N. HIP 13962 – the possible former member of binary system with supernova. // Odessa Astron. Publs., 2016, v.29, pp. 229-232
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