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The series of subject matters lined contain: electrostatics; regular currents; magnetic box; electromagnetic induction; and electrical and magnetic polarization in topic. Taking a nontraditional method, scholars concentrate on primary questions from various frames of reference. each one bankruptcy has figures and difficulties to use techniques studied.

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Nonrare perturbations were observed with a typical time delay of about 6–7 min with R ≈ 9, 000 −10,000km and duration of time 10 min. Such perturbations correspond to velocity on the order of 25 km s−1. The gyrotropic waves mentioned earlier have such a velocity. 3 Global Effects during Landing of SVs Six landings of Space Shuttle–type rockets were analyzed. Sufficiently stable reaction appeared 70–90 min before landing, and its duration was 10 min. Thus, during the landing of the SV on December 28, 1999, the delay on account of perturbations relative to the switching on of the brake pressure that took place at 22:48 h on December 27 was about 12 min.

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Perturbations in the Ionosphere Caused by Rocket Launches ◾ 9 All these peculiarities will be taken into account further in our description of the interaction of the moving rockets and spacecraft in the lower, middle, and outer ionosphere. Let us now introduce the reader to the various types of rockets and spacecraft, and give some brief information on the chief cosmodromes of their launch. 4 Cosmodromes and Types of Rockets Observations were carried out on more than 10 types of rockets, the majority of them being presented in Appendix 1.

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