About the Journal
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. The journal provides the wide opportunity for scientists to publish the results of their astronomical studies.
Publisher: Kiselev Nikolai Nikolaevich, settlement Moskovskii, Tat'yanin Park Str., 12, Moscow, Russia.
Founder: Crimean astrophysical observatory of RAS (FSBIS), Bakhchisaray, Nauchny 298409, Crimea.
Available since: 2020
Frequency: 4 issues/year
Editor-in-Chief: Valentina I. Abramenko
The journal is registered by Roskomnadzor. Mass Media Registration Certificate № ФС77-79247 of October 16, 2020.
Papers published in Acta Astrophysica Taurica present the original researches in the field of stellar physics, both relativistic and high-energy astrophysics, galactic and extragalactic physics, solar physics and physics of Solar System bodies, astrometry, dynamical astronomy, atmosphere physics, geodynamics and new materials and methods of astronomical exploration development.
Submitting the paper to the Acta Astrophysica Taurica the author agrees to publish the manuscript in the journal and grants the journal the right to publish it in open sources (including this web-site). The decision of the publication or rejection of the manuscript is taken by the editorial board. The fee for the publication of articles is not charged, royalties are not paid.
Open access policy
Acta Astrophysica Taurica is an open access journal. All articles are made freely available to readers immediately upon publication. Full-text access to scientific articles of the journal is presented on the official website in the Archives section.
Our open access policy is in accordance with the Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI) definition - it means that articles have free availability on the public internet, permitting any users to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of these articles, crawl them for indexing, pass them as data to software, or use them for any other lawful purpose as long as the author and original source are properly cited.