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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

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Researching Space Science, Technology, Law and Economic Authorization Acts: A Methodological Approach to Discovering Emerging Trends

Corresponding Author: Edythe E. Weeks, Webster University, Missouri, FL, United States.
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A Trampoline Effect Occurring in The Stages of Planetary Reseeding

Corresponding Author: Ian von Hegner, Aarhus University, Denmark.
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Welcome to the International Journal of Space Science and Technology

The International Journal of Space Science and Technology is a leading publication dedicated to advancing knowledge and innovation in space science, exploration, and technology. Our journal serves as a global platform for researchers, engineers, scientists, and policymakers to disseminate cutting-edge research, share insights, and collaborate on pushing the boundaries of space exploration.

Our Mission

Our mission is to contribute to the exploration and understanding of space through the dissemination of high-quality, peer-reviewed research. We aim to foster interdisciplinary collaboration and inspire the next generation of space scientists, engineers, and explorers to push the frontiers of space science and technology.

Journal Focus

The International Journal of Space Science and Technology covers a wide range of topics related to space science, exploration, and technology, including but not limited to:

  • Astrophysics and Cosmology: Research on the fundamental principles governing the universe, including the study of celestial bodies, galaxies, dark matter, and dark energy.

  • Planetary Science and Exploration: Investigations into the geology, atmospheres, and potential habitability of planets, moons, asteroids, and comets in our solar system and beyond.

  • Spacecraft Design and Engineering: Advancements in spacecraft design, propulsion systems, materials science, and manufacturing technologies for space missions and exploration.

  • Satellite Technology and Remote Sensing: Developments in satellite design, sensor technology, and data analysis methods for Earth observation, environmental monitoring, and scientific research.

  • Space Missions and Operations: Studies on mission planning, spacecraft operations, mission control systems, and space mission logistics for exploration, scientific research, and commercial activities.

  • Space Medicine and Human Spaceflight: Research on the physiological and psychological effects of space travel on astronauts, medical countermeasures, and human factors in space exploration.

  • Space Policy and Governance: Analysis of space policy frameworks, international cooperation, legal issues, and ethical considerations related to space exploration and utilization.

  • Emerging Technologies and Innovations: Exploration of cutting-edge technologies, such as space robotics, artificial intelligence, additive manufacturing, and in-situ resource utilization for space exploration and colonization.

Join Our Community

We welcome researchers, engineers, space enthusiasts, students, and policymakers to join our dynamic community dedicated to space science and technology. Stay informed about the latest research findings, participate in scholarly discussions, and collaborate with colleagues from around the world.

Submit Your Research

The International Journal of Space Science and Technology invites submissions of original research articles, review papers, technical notes, and perspective articles that contribute to the advancement of space science and technology. Share your discoveries, innovations, and insights with our global audience to accelerate progress in space exploration.

Conclusion

Thank you for choosing the International Journal of Space Science and Technology as your trusted source for space research and exploration. Together, let us continue to push the boundaries of human knowledge and exploration beyond the confines of Earth.

Aims and Scope

Aims:

  1. Advancing Space Science: Our aim is to publish high-quality research that advances our understanding of the universe, planetary systems, and the exploration of space.

  2. Promoting Technological Innovation: We strive to foster innovation in space technology, spacecraft design, propulsion systems, and mission architectures to enable safe, reliable, and cost-effective space exploration.

  3. Facilitating International Collaboration: We aim to facilitate collaboration among researchers, engineers, policymakers, and space agencies worldwide to address the challenges and opportunities of space exploration.

Scope:

The International Journal of Space Science and Technology welcomes contributions on a wide range of topics, including:

  • Astrophysics and cosmology
  • Planetary science and exploration
  • Spacecraft design and engineering
  • Satellite technology and remote sensing
  • Space missions and operations
  • Space medicine and human spaceflight
  • Space policy and governance
  • Emerging technologies and innovations

By encompassing this broad scope, the journal aims to be a leading forum for space research, technology development, and exploration.

Subjects covered by the International Journal of Space science and Technology

  • Ground-based and space-borne instrumentation
  • Planetary and solar system research
  • Laboratory simulation of solar system processes
  • Gravitational captures and resonances
  • Physics of magnetospheres & interplanetary matter
  • Earth observations of space phenomena
  • Space debris and space weather
  • Aerospace contribution to C4ISR systems
  • Detection of planetary ecosystems and pre-biological phenomena in the solar system
  • Physical and chemical properties of the exoplanets
  • Magnetospheric plasma and radiation belts
  • Steroids, comets and zodiacal light and their interaction with the solar radiation
  • Ground and space testing of space-borne instrumentation
  • Rheological and petrological implications
  • Earth observation from space and data processing
  • Orbital dynamics, satellite attitude control, space debris
  • Space communication and on-board hardware design
  • Spacecraft and payload design
  • Signal analysis, Image processing, Shape and texture analysis
  • Mathematical Modeling and Simulations, Cryptography, Spatial data analysis
  • Pattern recognition, Remote sensing, Geographical information systems
  • Nonlinear Dynamics & Stability, Data analysis for astronomy and astrophysics
  • Space informatic science and connection
  • Space biology and medicine
  • History of planetary and space research
  • Low-dimensional Systems and Nanostructures
  • Comptes Rendus Mecanique
  • Space technology applications and space technology development trend
  • Space mission analysis

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