Journal «Spacecrafts & Technologies» (ISSN 2618-7957)
«Spacecrafts & Technologies» - a peer-reviewed scientific journal, published quarterly since 2012 (until 2018 under the title «The Research of the Science City»).
By decision of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, the «Spacecrafts & Technologies» journal on July 11, 2019 entered the List of peer-reviewed scientific journals of the Higher Attestation Commission, which should publish the main scientific results of dissertations for the degree of PhD.
The journal is registered by the the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Communications (PI certificate number FS 77 - 72862).
The structure of the journal defines the following scientific areas:
- Rocket and space equipment
- New materials and technologies in space equipment
- Space instrument engineering
- Space Services
- Innovation of the space industry
The journal is intended to be an accessible means of exchanging open information about scientific achievements in the areas of creating rocket and space technology, developing new materials and technologies for space use, as well as the applied use of the results of space activities.
Being the official scientific publication of the Technological platform «National Information Satellite System», the journal unites the scientific potential of more than 100 organizations of the Russian Federation participating in research and development in the field of aerospace. Both specialists from space industry enterprises and scientists from leading universities and research organizations of the Russian Federation, as well as from near and far abroad countries, take part in the work on the journal.
For publication in the journal are accepted articles that have never been published before and have not been published in other publications. Articles selected for publication in the journal are double blindly reviewed.
The target audience of the journal are university students, research staff of research institutes, as well as specialists of rocket and space technology enterprises.
Journal articles are indexed in the following systems: