Acta Astronomica

pISSN: 0001-5237

Aims and Scope

Acta Astronomica is a quarterly peer-reviewed scientific journal covering astronomy and astrophysics. It was established in 1925 by the Polish astronomer Tadeusz Banachiewicz. Initially, the journal published articles in Latin, later English, French, and German were added as allowed journal languages. Nowadays, all papers are published in English. The journal is published by Copernicus Foundation for Polish Astronomy and the editors-in-chief are M. Jaroszyński and Andrzej Udalski (University of Warsaw). Less

Key Metrics

CiteScore
4.1
SJR
Q2Astronomy and Astrophysics
SNIP
0.55

Journal Specifications

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Overview
  • Publisher
    Copernicus
  • Language
    English
  • Frequency
    Quarterly
General Details
  • Language
    English
  • Frequency
    Quarterly
  • Publication Start Year
    1951
  • Publisher URL
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FAQs

How long has Acta Astronomica been actively publishing? Faqs

Acta Astronomica has been in operation since 1951 till date.

What is the publishing frequency of Acta Astronomica? Faqs

Acta Astronomica published with a Quarterly frequency.

What is Citescore for Acta Astronomica? Faqs

Citescore for Acta Astronomica is 4.1.

What is SNIP score for Acta Astronomica? Faqs

SNIP score for Acta Astronomica is 0.55.

What is the SJR for Acta Astronomica? Faqs

SJR for Acta Astronomica is 1.16.

Who is the publisher of Acta Astronomica? Faqs

Copernicus is the publisher of Acta Astronomica.