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The journal Acta Astrophysica Taurica  is scientific, peer-reviewed and open access online journal on astronomy and astrophysics. It publishes original papers on observational and theoretical astrophysics, and related topics in geophysics and solar physics. Papers on ground-based and space-based astrophysical instrumentation, invited reviews, and conference proceedings are also included.


Editor-in-Chief: Valentina I. Abramenko

Frequency: 1-4 issues/year

Acta Astrophysica Taurica

Open access  journal on astronomy and astrophysics


Editor-in-Chief: Valentina I. Abramenko

Editorial board

Frequency: 4 times/year

Objects with ultra-steep spectra in the central section of the RATAN Zenith Field (RZF) survey
Determination of QW Ser and QZ Lib parameters from optical spectra
On the possibility of prompt processing of observations of a space debris object to calculate a preliminary orbit and ephemeris for the purpose of repeated observations on the current night
Sixfold enhancement of solar pulsations: 1974–2018
Cluster analysis on the example of blazars from the Roma-BZCAT catalog

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Publication of conference proceedings

Papers presented at the conference "Magnetism and activity of the Sun and stars - 2021", Aug 30 - Sept 4, 2021, are welcome for submission.  


Vol. 4 No. 3 (2023)

Volume 4, Issue 3 of Acta Astrophysica Taurica contains the proceedings of two conferences: 'Modern Instruments and Methods in Astronomy', held at SAO RAS from 04 to 09 September 2023, and 'Non-stationary Processes in the Protoplanetary Disks and their Observational Manifestations - 2022', which took place in Nauchny from 11 to 16 September 2022. The issue also includes a section devoted to the 80th anniversary of Valery Alexandrovich Kotov, coworker of Academician A.B. Severny, one of the discoverers of solar oscillations. The collection is intended for specialists in astronomy and astrophysics.