Space Technology for the Centralized Emergency Control. (Monitoring of Nuclear Power Facilities for the Normal Operation and Emergency; Monitoring of the Nuclear Sites' Influence on the Radiation Situation and Other Ecological Factors).
Analysis of Prospects for Creating Geostationary Communication Satellites with Propulsion and Power Modules on the Base of Nuclear and Solar Power Plants and Electric Rocket Thrusters
Rover with Automatic Navigation System
Search for Homochirality as a Signature of Extraterrestial Life
Ionization-neutron Calorimeter in orbit (INCAO); First Phase: Experimental Balloon Module
Space Remote Energy Transmission (Development, Simulation and Pre-Starting Procedures for Remote Energy Transmission Experiment in Outer Space)
Development of Samarium Sulfide Based Semiconductor Technology and its Usage while Serial Fabrication of Primary Semiconducting Transducers
Development of controlled CO- or CO2-laser -based technique for thermal cracking of dielectric wafers to chips
Development of Energy-Saving Technology based on High-Efficiency Heat Pipes for Warming Municipal Pedestrian Objects
Control of Structure Formation and Properties of Improved Quality Low-Carbon Steels (Car-Body Steels) For Hybrid Laser Lighting Welding
Analysis of the Advanced Moon Explorations
Development of High-Efficiency Technology for Cutting Triplex Based on Controllable Laser Thermal Cracking
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