COSMIC RESEARCH, 1965, VOL. 3, NO. 2.
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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Contents Linearized theory of optimal multi-impulse coplanar transfer The asymptotics of equations of celestial mechanics suitable for a wide range of change in eccentricity Investigation of the ionosphere with rockets and satellites Measurement of soft-electron fluxes in the upper atmosphere using a secondaryelectron multiplier Measurement of intensity and spectrum of soft electron flux in the ionosphere at altitudes of 200-500 km An electrostatic fluxmeter designed for measurement in the upper layers of the atmosphere Some results from the determination of the geographic distribution of currents of ascending thermal radiation from the ground and the atmosphere for specific synoptic situations The electron intensity of the radiation belts at altitudes of 180-330 km in regions conjugate with negative geomagnetic anomalies Heterogeneous recombination of atomic gases. Reaction of hydrogen atoms with the surface of molybdenum Investigation of movement coordination when writing under conditions of space flight Reaction of irradiated organism when affected by acceleration of critical magnitude The plasma laser as a photon-rocket engine Direct measurements of charged-particle concentration in the stratosphere and mesosphere A transistorized electrometric amplifier for measuring weak currents from charged-particle detectors.