Journal Scope

The Acceleron Aerospace Journal, an integral constituent of Acceleron Aerospace, is a multidisciplinary scholarly journal dedicated to disseminating pioneering scientific innovations and breakthrough discoveries across a spectrum of domains encompassing general sciences, space advancements, aerospace sciences, aeronautics, astronautics, cutting-edge engineering technologies, and various interconnected dimensions related to space exploration. Our overarching mission is to forge global collaborations, engaging both nascent student scholars and esteemed researchers, to foster the emergence of extraordinary outcomes within the aerospace arena.

As a pivotal platform in the scientific community, the journal serves as an exalted conduit, inviting student scholars and research experts to contribute their avant-garde ideas and pioneering concepts. By encouraging robust academic discourse, we aim to catalyze knowledge generation and cultivate paradigm-shifting advancements that shape the future of aerospace endeavors. Together, we embark on a profound journey of academic excellence, unraveling the intricacies of space sciences and traversing new frontiers in exploration. The Acceleron Aerospace Journal stands committed to nurturing scholarly collaboration and propelling the collective knowledge that propels humanity's quest to unlock the mysteries of the cosmos.

Key Areas and Topics of Interest

The Acceleron Aerospace Journal welcomes submissions of abstracts, short-abstracts, articles, scientific reports, and short communications across a broad spectrum of disciplines, encompassing but not limited to:

  • General and Space Sciences: Exploring fundamental principles and discoveries in various scientific domains, as well as investigations pertaining to space exploration, celestial bodies, and cosmic phenomena.
  • Advanced Engineering Sciences: Delving into cutting-edge research in engineering disciplines, such as materials science, computational modeling, advanced manufacturing, and innovative engineering methodologies.
  • Aerospace Engineering: Unraveling novel advancements in aerospace engineering, including aircraft design, propulsion systems, avionics, and the integration of new technologies in aerospace sciences.
  • Aeronautics and Astronautics: Investigating the principles of flight, space missions, spacecraft design, orbital mechanics, space propulsion, and related endeavors.
  • Space Biology: Examining the effects of space environments on biological systems, including studies on microgravity's impact on organisms, space-based biomedical research, and life support systems for extended space missions.
  • Spacecraft Dynamics: Analyzing the dynamics and control of spacecraft, trajectory optimization, attitude determination, and related aspects crucial to successful space missions.
  • Human Interplanetary Missions: Addressing the challenges and technologies involved in planning, executing, and sustaining human missions to other planets and celestial bodies within our solar system and beyond.
  • Multidisciplinary Sciences: Encouraging interdisciplinary research that bridges multiple fields, fostering innovative approaches and cross-cutting solutions to complex challenges.

Contributors are invited to present their original findings and insights in these diverse areas, enriching the scientific landscape and contributing to the advancement of aerospace knowledge and technology.