The New Era of English Literature for Space Science and Technology: A Voyage through Words and Stardust




English, Science, Space Science, Technology


The digital revolution is reshaping English literature, birthing new forms like text-speak, a concise language for online communication, and flash fiction, ultra-short stories that thrive within character limitations.  This convergence of technology and literature extends to the realm of space science. Science fiction continues to captivate readers, while new possibilities emerge for writers to explore the cosmos. The abstract explores both the challenges and opportunities presented by this digital age.  Concerns exist about the impact of informal language on formal writing, and the potential loss of depth in favor of brevity. However, the potential for innovation and adaptation is immense. The work concludes with the notion that English literature, fueled by technology, is on a voyage of expansion, using language to paint a vibrant picture of the universe and inspire us to explore the unknown.


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Author Biography

Ilavazhagi G, Co-Founder/Director, Acceleron Aerospace, Bangalore, Karnataka, India – 560037

Ilavazhagi G, with a Masters in English and a Bachelor’s in Education, serves as the Director of Acceleron Aerospace in Bangalore, India. Notably contributing to “A Comprehensive Overview of ISRO’s Ambitious Space Station Project,” she blends literary insight with aerospace leadership. Ilavazhagi G is dedicated to advancing space education and empowering women in STEM. Her role as a women entrepreneur underscores her commitment to breaking barriers in the aerospace industry, making her a dynamic force at the intersection of literature, education, and space exploration.




How to Cite

Ilavazhagi G. (2024). The New Era of English Literature for Space Science and Technology: A Voyage through Words and Stardust. Acceleron Aerospace Journal, 2(6), 337–338.