Project Description

Aerospace Research in Bulgaria

The Aerospace Research in Bulgaria journal is indexed and abstracted in: Index Copernicus since 2011 with Impact-Rank ICV 2015: 59.14 while an agreement with EBSCO has been signed and 23–27 issues have been sent for indexing since 2016. The journal is also indexed by: WorldCat (World Library Database), the Library of Congress INSPIRE, the High Energy Physics Information System ADO (Astrophysics Data System) of SAO / NASA abstracts, ESO Library Catalogue and others.

The Aerospace Research in Bulgaria journal was founded in 1978. Its founder and first editor-in-chief was Academician Kiril Serafimov (1978-1990). Over the years, editors-in-chief were Prof. Boris Bonev (1991-1996), Prof. Nikola Georgiev (1996-2006) and Prof. Garo Mardirossian (2006- until now).

The Journal has been issued under different titles. It was first issued under the title Space Research in Bulgaria (Космически изследвания в България) (ISSN 0204-9104; No 1-8); from No 9 to No 15 its title was changed to Aerospace Research in Bulgaria (ISSN 0861-1432) continuing the policy from the first issues to publish in Bulgarian, Russian, and English.

Since 2001, the journal has been known as Aerospace Research in Bulgaria (No 16; ISSN: 1313-0927), and its content is entirely in English, with abstracts in Bulgarian or Russian.

The Aerospace Research in Bulgaria journal is published by the Space Research and Technology Institute at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (SRTI-BAS).

The Aerospace Research in Bulgaria journal publishes the results of original scientific and applied research in the field of aerospace sciences. To this date, it is the only journal in Bulgaria with original scientific and applied materials in the area of science, engineering and technology in the field of aviation and aerospace science.

ISSN (Print): 1313-0927
ISSN (Online): 2367-9522
In English language.

Editorial Address:
Space Research and Technology Institute, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
1 Acad. G. Bonchev Str., 1113 Sofia, Bulgaria

Edition of:
Space Research and Technology Institute



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