About Journal

Planetary Sciences deals with Quantitative science of Solar System and bodies in orbit about other stars including moons, rings, asteroids and comets. The planets, satellites, and other smaller solar system components are being better understood by scientists. Researchers may discover about the histories and internal workings of planets by researching their atmospheres, surfaces, and innards.

The main goal of the American Journal of Planetary and space science (AJPSS) is to promote research activities on Space Sciences (Solar Physics, Planetary Science, Space Exploration, Ground-based and Space Telescopes) and Technology (Remote Sensing, GPS, Pico Satellites, Rockets). In order to promote space science and its applications The AJPSS will be happy to invite all scholars/professors/scientists to submit articles and increase the visibility of their work!

American Journal of Planetary and space science publishes original, research, review articles and short communication. Instrumentation used on Earth and in space as well as lab simulations of solar system dynamics are covered.


A minimum of 80 percent of the content in the articles which authors submit must be original (it must not be copyrighted from any other websites). In the Results and conclusion section of the text, the authors must maintain absolute authenticity.

Review Process

The review process is an important aspect of the publication process of an article. It assists authors evaluate which papers are acceptable and aids authors improve their writing. 

Pubtexto Open Access offers a double-blind review process to evaluate the quality, validity, and significance of scholarly research. The declaration of peer review integrity, which is shared by all of our journals, acts as confirmation of our commitment to it, and we also offers fast track review process.

Due to the ability to avoid possible prejudice from either the authors or those selected reviewers, the double-blind peer system is a more effective review system.

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Authors/Researchers can have benefit using GOLD OPEN ACCESS  up to May 20th 2023!! And also we will provide reprints, hard copies. ENHANCE THE DISCOVERABILITY OF YOUR RESEARCH EASIER!!  Submit manuscript

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Aim and Scope

American Journal of Planetary and space science (AJPSS) is committed to the latest and greatest recent planetary science theories, research, and advancements. We encourage research on the solar system and other planetary systems in every aspect. Manuscripts that include observational findings, theoretical insights, modelling, laboratory experiments, instruments, or field studies that are directly connected to planetary science are published in the AJPSS. The following fields of planetary and solar system research are covered:

Benefits to authors

We provide many author benefits, such as free PDFs, a liberal copyright policy, special discounts on pubtexto publications, and help readers to connect with potential collaborators and correspondents with a platform to publish their research work and update the recent advances.

Relevant Topics

  • Amateur astronomy
  • Asteroid-impact avoidance
  • Astrometry and celestial mechanics
  • Batteries in space
  • Commercialization of space
  • Control engineering
  • Corrosion in space
  • Electromagnetic spectrum
  • Exploration of Mars
  • Extragalactic astronomy
  • Galactic astronomy
  • Gamma-ray astronomy
  • Human spaceflight
  • Industry in space
  • Sunspot
  • Single spot
  • Pair of spots
  • Unipolar region
  • Sunspot cycle
  • Galilean velocity transformation (GVT)
  • Distance reframing procedure
  • Vector addition
  • Relativistic velocity transformation (RVT)
  • Newtonian Simultaneity
  • Newton-Voigt transformation (NVT)
  • Uniform Scaling method
  • Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity (GR)
  • Schiff’s scaling of distance and time
  • Huygen’s Principle
  • Shapiro measurements of gravitational time delay
  • Displacement angle of star images
  • Rotation of wave fronts
  • Black holes
  • Radioactivity
  • Activity concentration
  • Radiological hazard
  • Three-dimensional panel data model
  • Slope homogeneity
  • Heterogeneous
  • Cross sectional dependence
  • Delta test
  • Danjon scale
  • Total Lunar eclipse
  • Stratospheric aerosols
  • RGB digital colors
  • Landslide Susceptibility

Current Issue

Research article
Heterogeneous Three-Dimensional Panel Data Models
Heterogeneous Three-Dimensional Panel Data Models
Latif SHA, Youssef AH and Mohamed AM

General science: AJPSS 2023, 2: 1

Research article
Exposure and Biological Impacts Assessment of Non-ionizing Electromagnetic Radiation
Exposure and Biological Impacts Assessment of Non-ionizing Electromagnetic Radiation
SAMAILA B, Sagagi Y M and Tampul H M

General science: AJPSS 2023, 2: 1

Journal Spotlight

  •   Amateur astronomy
  •   Asteroid-impact avoidance
  •   Astrometry and celestial mechanics
  •   Batteries in space
  •   Commercialization of space
  •   Control engineering
  •   Corrosion in space
  •   Electromagnetic spectrum
  •   Exploration of Mars
  •   Extragalactic astronomy
  •   Galactic astronomy
  •   Gamma-ray astronomy
  •   Human spaceflight
  •   Industry in space
  •   Sunspot
  •   Single spot
  •   Pair of spots
  •   Unipolar region
  •   Sunspot cycle
  •   Galilean velocity transformation (GVT)
  •   Distance reframing procedure
  •   Vector addition
  •   Relativistic velocity transformation (RVT)
  •   Newtonian Simultaneity
  •   Newton-Voigt transformation (NVT)
  •   Uniform Scaling method
  •   Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity (GR)
  •   Schiff’s scaling of distance and time
  •   Huygen’s Principle
  •   Shapiro measurements of gravitational time delay
  •   Displacement angle of star images
  •   Rotation of wave fronts
  •   Black holes
  •   Radioactivity
  •   Activity concentration
  •   Radiological hazard
  •   Three-dimensional panel data model
  •   Slope homogeneity
  •   Heterogeneous
  •   Cross sectional dependence
  •   Delta test
  •   Danjon scale
  •   Total Lunar eclipse
  •   Stratospheric aerosols
  •   RGB digital colors
  •   Landslide Susceptibility
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