Aims and scope
The CEAS Space Journal is devoted to new developments and results in all areas of space-related science and technology, including important spin-off capabilities and applications as well as ground-based support systems and manufacturing advancements. Of interest are also (invited) in-depth reviews of the status of development in specific areas of relevance to space, and descriptions of the potential way forward. Typical disciplines of interest include mission design and space systems, satellite communications, aerothermodynamics (including physical fluid dynamics), environmental control and life support systems, materials, operations, space debris, optics, optoelectronics and photonics, guidance, navigation and control, mechanisms, propulsion, power, robotics, structures, testing, thermal issues, and small satellites.
The Journal publishes peer-reviewed original articles, (invited) reviews and short communications.
The CEAS Space Journal has been created by the CEAS Space Branch to provide an appropriate platform for the excellent scientific publications submitted by scientists and engineers from all over the world. Under the umbrella of CEAS, the German Aerospace Center (DLR) and the European Space Agency (ESA) support the Journal.