Plasma-F(Russian) suit (three scientific instruments and data processing unit) onboard Spektr-R spacecraft,
HEND (short for High Energy Neutron Detector) instrument onboard Mars Odyssey mission (NASA),
Mars Express (ESA) mission for Mars remote sensing. IKI contributed to three instruments onboard the mission: OMEGA mapping spectrometer, PFS (Planetary Fourier Spectrometer), and SPICAM infrared and UV spectrmeter. Russian scientists are also co-investigators in most scientific groups of the project. Launched in 2003.
Venus Express (ESA) mission for Venus remote sensing. IKI contributed to two instruments onboard the spacecraft: SPICAV/SOIR infrared and UV-spectrometer and PFS (Planetary Fourier Spectrometer). Russian scientists are also co-investigators in three other experiments VIRTIS, VMS, and ASPERA. Launched in 2005.
Chibis-M microsatellite (end of mission October 15, 2014),
INTEGRAL (INTErnational Gamma-Ray Astrophysics Laboratory, ESA) X-ray and gamma-ray orbital observatory. It was delivered to space by Proton launcher from Baikonur cosmodrome, under condition that Russian scientists get 25% of the observational time. IKI hosts INTEGRAK Russian Scientific Data Center,
RTT150 Russian-Turkish 1.5-m Telescope. International observatory in Turkey (previously called AZT-22), mountain Bakyrlytepe is an international project carried out under supervision of the Ministry of Education and Science of Russian Federation and the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK). From the Russian side the main executing participants are Kazan State University (KGU) and IKI, from the Turkish side it is managed by TUBITAK National Observatory (TUG). In accordance to the agreement between the participants of the project, the telescope observing time is shared as follows: 45% - KGU, 15% - IKI, and 40% - are shared between Turkish universities through TUG,