major scientific organizations from Moscow, Leningrad, Omsk, Irkutsk and other cities collaborated in conducted studies.
In 1986 the laboratory was passed to the Institute of Radio Astronomy AS USSR. By the same time two laboratory buildings had been erected (70 and 140 sq. meters accordingly). After the collapse of the USSR and discontinuation of all the military-driven activities experimental researches were concentrated on environmental remote sensing. In collaboration with the Institute of Neurology, Psychiatry and Addictology NASU the study of the effect of the extra low frequency electromagnetic fields on the bioelectric activity of the human brain were carried out.
Nowadays a low frequencies observatory of the IRA NASU has been established. A set of various acquisition systems have been monitoring different geophysical processes on a regular basis.