We are happy to see you at the exhibition Space Science: Looking Into the Past, Peering Into the Future!
On display are real scientific instruments for space, mock-ups of interplanetary stations and orbital spacecraft, numerous posters telling about history and current state of space science in Russia. And — ‘scale gallery’, astrophotography and many more.
There are three ways to visit the exhibition. Please, choose, which one is the most convenient:
- Offline visit within a guided tour. If you represent a school, a university, an institute, or any other organization or just a group of visitors, please, email the exhibition’s supervisor email@example.com, and indicate the day of the visit and the list of the participants.
- Offline visit during IKI Doors Open Day, which are commonly held in Saturdays in the early October and in the middle of April. Announcements are duly published in IKI’s News.
- Online visit — watch virtual tour. Please, note that it was made in 2020, so there may be some changes since then.
Space Research Institute (IKI) was founded as a principal organisation for space research and exploration for fundamental science in the Academy of Sciences of the USSR under the Government Resolution from May 15, 1965 No. 392-147 and was formed under the Resolutions of the Presidium of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR from July 9, 1965 No. 403-006 and August 5, 1966 No. 588-014
- IKI History. From the Project of the Joint Institute for Space Research to the 50th Anniversary
- IKI Directors
- Ten (+1) not so well-known facts from IKI history
Stars At Our Doors.
Main Building of IKI, May 11, 2020. Photo courtesy: A. A. Petrukovich / IKI