International Collaboration

International Earth Rotation and Reference Systems Service. View details 
  • Determining and analyzing Earth Rotation Parameters (EOP) using data from Satellite Laser Ranging (SLR), VLBI of extragalactic radio sources and GPS satellites.
  • Determining EOP from measurements of precise measuring equipment
  • Determining geodynamic parameters using combined processing of measuring devices.
International Earth Rotation and Reference Systems Service. View details 
  • Observatories 'Svetloe' and 'Zelenchukskaya' participate in frequent VLBI-observation sessions organized by the International VLBI Service for Geodesy and Astrometry
International GNSS Service. View details 
  • Observatories 'Svetloe' and 'Zelenchukskaya' participate in regular GPS satelite observations in collaboration with the International GNSS Service.
International DORIS Service. View details 
  • As part of collaborative research efforts the 'Badary' observatory participates in regular DORIS observations conducted by the International DORIS Service.
International Association of Geodesy. View details 
  • As part of the X committee ??????? (global and regional geodetic networks) and the IAG Reference Frame Sub-Commission for Europe combined efforts are made together with the International Association of Geodesy to process GPS observations made by the 'Svetloe' and 'Zelenchukskaya' observatories.
United States Naval Observatory. View details 
  • As part of collaboration with the U. S. Naval observatory in the areas of EOP determination and analysis the USNO uses IAA RAS daily EOP data obtained from SLR and VLBI. SOLUTION???????????
Shanghai Astronomical Observatory of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. View details 
  • Combined observatons are made using Russian-Chinese VLBI complex together with primary data processing.
Urumqi Observatory, National Astronomical Observatories of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. View details 
  • Collaborative construction of devices purposed for VLBI is carried out together with the Urumqi and National Astronomical Observatories of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Bundesamt fur Kartographie und Geodasie. View details 
  • The 'Zelenchukskaya' observatory participates in regular GPS satelite observations together with the Bundesamt fur Kartographie und Geodasie.
Haystack Observatory of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. View details 
  • Together with the MIT Haystack Observatory the IAA works to develope and improve currently existing sotware for VLBI observations.
Goddard Space Flight Center. View details 
  • Together with the Goddard Space Flight Center the Zelenchukskaya observatory of the IAA RAS carries out radioastronomical monitoring on the of geodesical sources in the diapazone of 3.5 cm.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration. View details 
  • The IAA RAS and NASA are conducting collaborative research in the field of space geodesy.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory. View details 
  • The IAA RAS and NASA are conducting collaborative research in the field of space geodesy.
Minor Planet Center of the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory. View details 
  • The IAA RAS and the Minor Planet Center of the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory are making combined efforts on calculating orbits of minor planets, publishing of the "Ephemerides of Minor Planets" and on distribution of emergency information on on high velocity objects throughtout agencies in the Commonwealth of Independent States.
The Space Geodynamics Laboratory of the Institute for Space and Terrestrial Science. View details 
  • Combined research is conducted in the field of space geodesy using joing VLBI observations.
Department of Natural Resources. View details 
  • The IAA RAS and the Department of Natural Resources in Candad are working together on the development and application of new equipment for VLBI observations.
Finnish Geodetic Institute. View details 
  • Combined research is conducted on the deformations of the Earth's crust in Fennoscandia.
Onsala Observatory. View details 
  • As part of the international project BIFROST, combined research is conducted on the movements of the Earth's crust.
Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. View details 
  • The IAA RAS works together with the Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden in the field of construction of radioastronomical instruments
Geoscience Australia. View details 
  • Combined efforts are made on the development and improvement of software for processing of VLBI observations.
Vienna University of Technology. View details 
  • Collaborative efforts with the Vienna University of Technology are made on long-term troposphere parameters series from VLBI data as well on the development of software for processing of VLBI observations.
Astronomical Institute of the Slovak Academy of Sciences. View details 
  • The IAA RAS worsk with the Astronomical Institute of the Slovak Academy of Sciences primarly on the preparation of the Catalogue of short-period comets.
Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales. View details 
  • The IAA RAS and the Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales carry out joint DORIS observations on the Badary observatory.
Institut de Mecanique Celeste et de Calcul des Ephemerides. View details 
  • Joint research is conducted on the construction of high precision ephemerides of planets of the Solar system as well as on Earth's rotation within the general theory of relativity.
Main Astronomical Observatory of the National Academy of Science of the Ukraine. View details 
  • Joint scientific research in the field of astrometry, geodynamcis and space geodesy are carried out.
The Nikolaev Astronomical Observatory of the National Academy of Science of the Ukraine. View details 
  • Joint investigaions are conducted on the positions, photometry and physical parameters of small bodies of the Solar system.
Radioastronomical Institution of the National Academy of Science of the Ukraine. View details 
  • Joint VLBI observations are conducted with the Radioastronomical Institution of the National Academy of Science of the Ukraine.
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