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Scattered emission from the laser plasma created in shell target heating experiments using the Delfin-1 laser has been studied. It is shown that the ω0 spherical harmonics can be used to determine both the plasma temperature in the nc/4 region and also the plasma flow through this region.
This paper presents the results of laser-produced plasma investigations at an intensity of 1014W/cm2. Shadowgraphy, interferometry and second harmonic emission measurements were done to evaluate the main hydrodynamic parameters of the plasma.
In the study of the motion of a particle with negligible mass in the gravitational field created by other bodies (for example, the motion of the comet within the Solar system) it is natural to decompose its trajectory into regular and singular parts.
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