Artificial Satellites is a journal of planetary geodesy, affiliated to the Space Research Centre, Polish Academy of Sciences. It offers a forum for scientific publications on such aspects of geodesy and geodynamics as positioning, satellite geodesy, gravity field, geoid and heights, tides, reference frames, Earth rotation. We accept original papers of fundamental nature, i.e. concerning new ideas, theories and processing means, as well as those dealing with new applications of the existing methods and technologies.
Why subscribe and read
Artificial Satellites is the only scientific Journal in Poland which presents investigations of Earth’s gravity field, shape, tides and rotation using measurements of geodetic satellites and ground measurements. It contains contributions of many well-known authors from many countries.
Fast process of publication because there is usually only two reviewers for each submitted paper. Journal is available on many scientific libraries: i.e. Paris, Washington DC, Moscow, Graz, as well as in all scientific institutes with similar profile of research.
Special Issue – submission open
Proceedings of the Second Earth Orientation Parameters Prediction Comparison Campaign (2nd EOP PCC) Workshop No. 2, Alicante, March 1-3, 2023
Editors: Prof. Jolanta Nastula, Dr. Małgorzata Wińska, Dr. Henryk Dobslaw
Deadline for manuscript submissions: June 15, 2023
Special Issue – coming soon
Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Aerospace RObotics, CARO⁴, July 6 - 8 2022, Zielona Góra
Editors: Prof. Karol Seweryn, Prof. Jerzy Sąsiadek
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