Faculty of Aircraft and Spacecraft, Samara State Aerospace University,
Anatolij I. Belousov
Departament of A Design of Aircraft and Spacecraft Engines, New York Academy of Sciences, Samara State Aerospace University,
Sergey W. Falaleev
Departament of A Design of Aircraft and Spacecraft Engines, Samara State Aerospace University,
National Microgravity Laboratory, Institute of Mechanics,
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Results of researches on space laboratories are invited. Technological, biomedical and other experiments in space conditions. The taken place space projects. The planned space projects. Historical descriptions of space laboratories and experiments. Theoretical researches, descriptions of experiments, results of experiments, processing of results by means of modern methods, modeling of the movement of space laboratory, research of conditions for carrying out experiments, the description of methods and ways of providing the demanded conditions for experiments, development of new methods of providing and control of the demanded conditions are welcomed. Researches on design of new space laboratories, the description of techniques of carrying out and the demanded conditions for modern technological, biomedical and other experiments, to prospects of development of space technologies in the future are invited. Works on design and creation of the new equipment for space laboratories, measuring instruments, methods and ways of improvement of conditions for carrying out experiments are considered.