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About the Magazine

According to the Ministry of Education and Science decision the magazine Space technique and technologies dated 29.05.2017 was included into the List of scientific publications under review of the State Commission for Academic Degrees and Titles (No. 1994), in which the data of Ph.D. theses and doctoral dissertations can be published.

The Index number of the Space Engineering and Technology magazine is ISSN 2308-7625

The Space Engineering and Technologies journal is included in the Russian Science Citation Index in accordance with the contract with NEB (Scientific Electronic Library) No.315-05/2014 dated May 20, 2014.

Subscription index of the magazine is 40528 in Russia Press. The price is negotiable.

The Space Engineering and Technology magazine is published every three months (quarterly).
The print run is received in late March, June, September and December.

Publication Policy

The Space Engineering And Technology magazine was established to publish current scientific research in the field of space knowledge and technologies.

The publication adheres to the principles of secularity, humanism and democracy, does not publish materials for non-specialists or promotional materials, does not engage in political propaganda, does not discuss legislative proposals.

The primary objectives of the magazine are: supporting researchers, covering innovations, systematizing information and spreading knowledge.

Accordingly, the magazine reviews and publishes submitted materials, generates its own database of papers and information about the authors, which corresponds with electronic search systems. This work is aimed at providing any possible assistance to scientists, libraries and scientific centers in the fields of communications and information awareness.

Ethical principles of the magazine Space Engineering and Technology

  1. The Space Engineering and Technology magazine was established to publish current scientific research and developments in the fields of space knowledge, engineering and technologies. The publication adheres to the principles of secularity, humanism and democracy, does not publish materials for non-specialists, social and political news, memoires or promotional materials.
  2. The magazine Space Engineering and Technology adheres to generally accepted rules of ethics for scientific publications, adheres to the principles of secularity, humanism and democracy, as well as editorial ethics.
  3. The submitted papers are judged on the basis of their intellectual merit regardless of the race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnic background, citizenship or political views of the author.
  4. All the persons who have made a significant contribution must be listed as co-authors. If some person took part in a significant part of the research or the project, than he must be either included in the list of co-authors, or that persons contribution must be acknowledged.
  5. All the manuscripts submitted to the editorial board are checked for the accuracy of the data that were used; the presence of a full list of referenced sources; indication of the source of financial support for the study (if any). Papers that have already been published in other magazines are not accepted.
  6. The editorial board takes measures to ensure the high standard of quality of the published papers, does not allow any economic or political considerations to have any effect on the assessment of manuscripts and on observance of ethical norms, takes all possible measures to rule out any cases of plagiarism or use of demonstrably corrupted data.
  7. The editorial board of the Space Engineering and Technology journal conducts its activities with due regard to international standards and codes of publication ethics (in particular, ).

Copyright and licensing policy

The scientific and technical journal Space Engineering and Technology (hereinafter referred to as the Journal) concludes a licensing contract for every paper accepted for publication, which is signed by every author of the paper.

By signing that document the authors grant a free exclusive license to use the materials of their paper. With that the authors also confirm that they own exclusive copyright for the papers that are being transferred to the Journal, and that these works have never been transferred to a third party under any other licensing contracts.

Under the licensing contract the authors shall grant to the Journal the following rights:

  • to reproduce and distribute the paper by means of: printing copies of the paper without any limitation on the print run, storing it in computer memory, publishing it in the Journal or by any other means (with each copy necessarily containing the paper authors name);
  • to distribute the paper by any means, including sales of the Journal containing the paper, without paying any fee to the author;
  • to introduce into the paper changes, which do not constitute is reworking;
  • to use the paper publicly, to demonstrate it for information, advertising and other purposes;
  • to make the paper known to the general public;
  • to translate the paper (if need be).

The authors agree that they will not, without consent from the Journal, transfer any rights to use the paper to other scientific periodicals during the period of validity of the license contract (five years). The license holder is entitled to exercise the rights to the paper in an unlimited territory.

The moment in time when the rights specified in the licensed contract are transferred is the date of signing of the Paper Acceptance Statement.

Our authors

The number of authors of the magazine over the period of 20132016: 390.
Among them are:

  • 5 academicians of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS);
  • 2 corresponding member of RAS;
  • 51 Doctors of Science;
  • 144 Candidates of Science;
  • 168 authors without academic rank.

The subjects covered by the magazine

  • Innovative technologies in aerospace activities
  • Flying vehicles aerodynamics and heat exchange processes
  • Flying vehicles engineering, design and manufacturing
  • Flying vehicles strength and thermal environments
  • Flying vehicles thermal, electric propulsion engines and power generating systems
  • Ground facilities, launching equipment, operation of flying vehicles
  • Checking and testing flying vehicles and their systems
  • Checking and testing flying vehicles and their systems
  • Machinery and equipment, processes of refrigeration and cryogenic technology, air conditioning and life support systems
  • Robots, mechatronics and robotic systems
  • Systems analysis, control and data processing (by industry sectors)
  • Measuring Instruments and Techniques

 

The magazine is a peer-reviewed publication

  • the opinion of the editorial board does not always coincide with the standpoint of the papers authors
  • the magazine does not contain any advertising
  • manuscripts are not returned
  • no materials may be reprinted without a reference to the Space Engineering and Technologies magazine
  • postgraduate students are not charged for the publication of their papers