Updated on November 16, 2017 by
Access to the world-class EISCAT facilities
is provided to all scientists in the Associate countries and to other Affiliates, and processed data products are made freely available to all. In this way, EISCAT has played a pivotal role in supporting research in many areas including solar-terrestrial relationships, solar system physics, geospace studies, space weather, and global change.
The EISCAT systems are open for researchers who are interested in conducting experiments. How to request time and how to schedule time on the EISCAT radars is divided by membership.
If you come from a non-membership country read this information.
If you come from a membership country read this information.
To get access you have to send in a request by sending in the Submission form. This form must be submitted to EISCAT to schedule any experiments on any of the radar systems. The form must be submitted no later than the 10th of the month preceding the month you which the experiments to take place (ie. you must submit the form by the 10th of March for experiments to be scheduled in April). The country codes including that for 3rd Party and Trans-National Access time are found in the table. Please read the Guidelines.