Acta Astronautica Journal
    

The journal Acta Astronautica, 2500 pages a year, covers developments in space science technology related to peaceful scientific exploration of space and its exploitation for human welfare and progress, the conception, design, development and operation of space-borne and Earth-based systems. In addition to the regular issues of contributed papers and transaction notes, the journal publishes selected proceedings from IAA congresses.
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The journal Acta Astronautica first appeared in 1959 and is published monthly by Elsevier Science Ltd in London under the auspices of the IAA Publications and Communication Committee chaired by Liu Jiyuan, China.

The Editor in Chief is Jeng-Shing Chern (China Taiwan) and the Co-Editors are:

Space Physical Sciences: Nickolay Smirnov (Russia), Antonio Viviani (Italy)
Space Life Sciences: Rupert Gerzer and Martina Heer (Germany)
Space Technology & Systems Development: Christophe Bonnal (France), Filippo Graziani (Italy), Qiu Jiawen (China), Joseph H. Saleh (USA), Chen Jie (China)
Space Systems Operations & Utilization:  V. Adimurthy (India), Lu Yu (China), Maria-Antonietta Perino (Italy), Arun Misra (Canada), Anna Guerman (Portugal)
Space Policy, Law & Economics: Radhika Ramachandran (India)
Space and Society: Culture and Education: A. Ingemar Skoog (Sweden)

Jean-Pierre Marec (France) is Honorary Editor.

In this section you will find:

Instructions to Authors: How to publish in Acta Astronautica Journal

IAA Papers Data Base: table of content of Acta Astronautica journal

Order form: Subscription to Acta Astronautica Journal