**Manager:**

*Zausaev Anatoly Fedorovich*– Doctor of Science, professor of Applied Mathematics and Information Science Department (general management; development of the high-precision Taylor expansion method and the modified Everhart method; development of mathematical foundation and software for studying the orbital evolution of major planets, asteroids of Apollo, Amor and Aten groups and short-period comets).

**Performers:**

*Radchenko Vladimir Pavlovich*– professor, Doctor of Science, head of Applied Mathematics and Information Science Department (scientific papers editing; site action plan development and monitoring);*Zausaev Artem Anatolievich*– Candidate of Science, associate professor of Applied Mathematics and Information Science Department (development of the high-precision modified Everhart method; participation in the development of mathematical foundation and software for studying the short-period comets' orbital evolution; calculation of the short-period comets' orbital evolution);*Altynbaev Fanis Hajdarovich*– Candidate of Science, scientific researcher of Applied Mathematics and Information Science Department (development of the high-precision Taylor expansion method ; participation in the development of mathematical foundation and software for studying the asteroids' orbital evolution; collection of data related to discovered asteroids of Apollo, Amor and Aten groups);*Abramov Vladimir Vladimirovich*– Candidate of Science, scientific researcher of Applied Mathematics and Information Science Department (development of the high-precision Adams method with divided differences; participation in the development of mathematical foundation and software for studying the asteroids' orbital evolution; development and administration of the website SmallBodies.Ru; calculation of the orbital evolution of Apollo, Amor and Aten groups asteroids);*Denisov Sergey Sergeievich*– postgraduate student and associate researcher of Applied Mathematics and Information Science Department (development of the database of coordinates and velocities of small bodies of the Solar system; development of the software for automation of orbital evolution calculation; development of the graphic applets for the website SmallBodies.Ru; calculation of the orbital evolution of Apollo, Amor and Aten groups asteroids);*Derevyanka Andrey Evgenevich*– postgraduate student of Applied Mathematics and Information Science Department (development of software for selection of potentially hazardous asteroids and estimate of probability of celestial bodies collisions with the Earth; calculation of the orbital evolution of Apollo, Amor and Aten groups asteroids);*Soloviev Leonid Alexandrovich*– postgraduate student and associate researcher of Applied Mathematics and Information Science Department (participation in the development of mathematical foundation and software for studying the asteroids' orbital evolution; calculation of the orbital evolution of Apollo, Amor and Aten groups asteroids);*Rybin Oleg Konstantinovich*– associate researcher of Applied Mathematics and Information Science Department (calculation of the orbital evolution of Apollo, Amor and Aten groups asteroids);*Kornev Alexander Pavlovich*– student of Applied Mathematics and Information Science Department (calculation of the orbital evolution of Apollo, Amor and Aten groups asteroids).

**Now the following researchers are working on the site:**

*Zausaev Anatoly Fedorovich*– Doctor of Science, professor of Applied Mathematics and Information Science Department;*Denisov Sergey Sergeievich*– Candidate of Science;*Zabelin Vladimir Vladimirovich*– Candidate of Science;*Romanyuk Mariya Anatolyevna*– Candidate of Science, associate professor of Applied Mathematics and Information Science Department.