|Papers presenting the latest space research results, reviewed and edited by experts in the relevant domain, are presented in this journal, open to all submissions, which is published by Elsevier and included in the Web of Science and the Science Citation Index (SCI). The 2019 Impact Factor for ASR is 2.177, up from 1.746 in 2018 and the journal also has a 2019 CiteScore of 3.8.|
The journal is divided into the following sections:
AD – Astrodynamics and Space Debris:
Satellite dynamics, space dynamics, space debris.
AP – Astrophysics:
Stellar, galactic and extragalactic astrophysics, extra-solar planetary systems, cosmology, particle astrophysics, astrophysical phenomena, neutrino astrophysics, astronomical space missions and instrumentation. The Sun as a star is included in this category.
EM – Earth magnetosphere and Upper Atmosphere:
Upper atmosphere, ionosphere, magnetosphere, radiation belts, geomagnetic phenomena, Earth’s magnetic field.
ES – Earth Sciences:
Remote sensing of Earth atmosphere, ocean and land (including Earth observation missions and instrumentation), scientific applications to Earth studies, including meteorology, climate, solid Earth science, geophysical hazards, etc., as well as physical, chemical and biological interactions within the global Earth system.
FM – Fundamental Physics in Space and Microgravity Sciences:
Gravitational physics, microgravity fluids, material and combustion sciences.
SB – Solar System Bodies:
Planetary bodies (i.e. telluric planets, giant planets and dwarf planets); moons (i.e. natural satellites); planetary atmospheres, magnetospheres and ionospheres; trans-neptunian objects; small bodies (i.e. comets, asteroids, interplanetary dust and meteoroids).
SH – Solar and Heliospheric Physics:
Solar activity, solar emissions (photons, particles and plasma), solar cycle, cosmic ray modulation, and processes in the interplanetary medium.
ST – Space Technology, Policy and Education:
Space technology and engineering, space policy, space education and capacity building.
IR – Invited Review Paper:
Review papers invited by Journal Editors.
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Calls for Papers for Special Issues of ASR:
Spaceborne SAR Remote Sensing for Characterization of Natural and Manmade Features: deadline 30 April 2021
List of recently published special issues.
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