BAO is noted for its remarkable astroclimatic regime due to an antihunt action of big water area and local anticyclon upon air environment. General Purposes: Observations of a thin structure of active solar formations;Registration of solar flares and other non-stationary phenomena in solar atmosphere. More..
This is due to the specific character of the observatory's main objectives which require very good seeing for polarization observations and solar corona observations.
Main objectives: Measurements of solar magnetic fields;Spectral observations of solar active features and dynamic processes in the solar atmosphere. More..
An origin and diagnostics of geoeffective formations in a solar wind; Modelling of magnetosphere's indignations; Electromagnetic waves in the magnetosphere.A magnetic observatory was established at Irkutsk in 1886 by the Department of National Education. More..
The interval of accumulation: hourly from 1971; 1-minute since August 2000.Database updating goes in real time. An interactive access is possible to this database and FTP as well. More..
Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics was founded in 1960 on the basis of the Siberia's oldest geomagnetic observatory formed in 1886. Today it's a big scientific institute. Director - Corresponding Member of RAS Potekhin A. P. Total staff: 468, including 147 researchers, 35 Doctors of Science, 78 Candidates of Science, and 101 engineers. More..
According to the SB RAS Presidium Regulation No. 175 (14 March 2008), main scientific areas of ISTP SB RAS are: Current problems of astronomy, astrophysics and space research, including solar and interplanetary medium physics, physics of the near-Earth space, ionosphere and atmosphere; investigation into solar-terrestrial relationships; development of astrophysical and geophysical research methods and equipment.
The Institute main scientific area conforms to the point 29 of the Fundamental Research Program of State Academies of Sciences (2008–2012) approved by the RF Government decree No. 233-p (27 February 2008).
 10:30, 27 October 2016: Second VarSITI General Symposium (VarSITI-2017)
 First announcement
Dates: 10-15 July 2017 (Student Tutorial Session on 9 July 2017)
Place: Irkutsk, Russia
Variability of the Sun and Its Terrestrial Impact (VarSITI) is the current scientific program of SCOSTEP (Scientific Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Physics) for the period 2014-2018 (http://www.varsiti.org/). VarSITI focuses on the recent and expected future solar activity and its consequences for the Earth, over various time scales from thousands of years to milliseconds, and at various locations from the solar interior to the Earth’s atmosphere. In particular, VarSITI focuses on the interconnections in the Sun-Earth system. Four scientific projects are being carried out under VarSITI: (1) Solar Evolution and Extrema (SEE), (2) International Study of Earth-Affecting Solar Transients (ISEST/MiniMax24), (3) Specification and Prediction of the Coupled Inner-Magnetospheric Environment (SPeCIMEN), and (4) Role Of the Sun and the Middle atmosphere/thermosphere/ionosphere In Climate (ROSMIC). Data from relevant space- and ground-based missions will be utilized in combination with theory and modeling efforts to facilitate the implementation of these projects.More...
 16:26, 26 January 2012: "Chibis-M" radar measurements
As per the preliminary arrangement with the "Energia" Space-Rocket Corporation Mission Control Center, radar measurements during the "Chibis-M" (a microsatellite) undocking from the "Progress М-13М" transport cargo spacecraft (TCS) were made at the Irkutsk Incoherent Scatter Radar on January 25, 2012. More...
 16:26, 15 May 2012: «Radar-Progress-5» active space experiment
The "Radar-Progress" experiment involves use of regular instrumentation: the TCS "Progress" propulsion system and VHF radio equipment, as well as the ISTP SB RAS ground-based radio observation complex. More...
 16:26, 10 May 2012: XVIII International Symposium "Atmospheric and Ocean Optics. Atmospheric Physics"
Dear Сolleagues! On the way is the preparation for XVIII International Symposium “Atmospheric and Ocean Optics. Atmosheric Physics” held July 2 through 6, 2012 in Irkutsk, as per the Schedule of meetings, conferences and symposiums approved by the RAS SB Presidium. More...
 14:00, 1 April 2010: Conference "Solar-Terrestrial Physics". Poster session
 10:40, 9 April 2010: Conference "Solar-Terrestrial Physics" SECOND INFORMATION ANNOUNCEMENT
 14:00, 1 April 2010: Conference "Solar-Terrestrial Physics" Scientific programme
 14:00, 1 May 2010: Conference "Solar-Terrestrial Physics"
From June 28 to June 30, 2010, the Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics SB RAS (Irkutsk) holds scientific conference “Solar-Terrestrial Physics” devoted to 50th anniversary of the Institute. Participation of invited foreign scientists is planned. The Conference is supported by Scientific Councils on Physics of Solar-Terrestrial Relations and Radio Wave Propagation. More...
 16:00, 1 April 2009: The conference "High-latitude heliogeophysical phenomena", September 3-4, 2009
The Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics of Siberian branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences holds the conference " High-latitude heliogeophysical phenomena" dedicated to the memory of outstanding scientist E.A. Ponomarev (Irkutsk, September 3- 4, 2009) More...
 15:30, 12 November 2008: Acceptance of articles for publication in journal “Solar-Terrestrial Physics” (issue No. 14).
We go on accepting articles for publication in the issue No. 14 of the journal “Solar-Terrestrial Physics”. Please, send your articles to Kupriakov77@iszf.irk.ru More...