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Astronomy & Space Science 2018

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Conference Series LLC warmly invites all the participants to attend "International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science" during October 18-19, 2018 at Rome, Italy.

Astronomy & Space Science 2018 conference will be a common platform for leading researchers, scholars, scientists, professers, engineers, students and market leaders from all areas of Physics, Chemistry, Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace engineering, Aeronautics, Computational Space Science and other related areas like Plasma Physics, Particle Physics, Astrophysics, Planetary Science etc.

Why To Attend?

Astronomy & Space Science 2018 conference brings together experts, leading researchers, scholars, scientists, professers from all areas of Physics, Chemistry, Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace engineering, Aeronautics, Computational Space Science and other related areas for interaction, exchange the new idas and collaborations.

Opportunity to attend the presentations delivered by eminent Scientists, researchers, experts from all over the world. Participation in sessions on specific topics on which the conference is expected to achieve progress, Global networking in transferring and exchanging Ideas, Share your excitement in promoting new ideas, developments and innovations in Astronomy, Astrophysics and Space Science.

Target Audience

· Researchers

· Scientists

· Space Engineers

· Mechanical Engineers

· Professors

· Design Engineers

· Students

· Managers & Business Intelligence Experts

. Advertising and Promotion Agency Executives

Sessions/Tracks

With Immense pleasure and support of ConferenceSeries Ltd and organizing committee members, we welcome you to attend the " International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science 2018", going to be held on October 18-19, 2018 Rome, Italy. We cordially invite all the participants who are interested in sharing their knowledge and research in the arena of experts meeting on physics, astronomy, astrophysics & space science.

Astronomy 2018 look forward to more than 200 participants around the globe with thoughtful Keynote speeches, Oral, Video and Poster presentations. The attending delegates comprises Editorial Board Members of associated Journals. This is an outstanding opportunity for the delegates from Universities and Institutes to interact with the world class Scientists, astronomers, researchers, academics, engineers, market leaders and Industry Experts working in the field of Astronomy, Aerospace, Physics, Mechanical Engineering, Space science, Astrophysics, Environment etc. Interested participants are requested to submit their abstract and manuscripts which will be peer reviewed by the Organizing Committee and editorial board members of the relevant journals.

Track 1: Astronomy

Astronomy studies celestial objects and spectacles. It is one of the ancient branch of the natural sciences. Its objects of interest include planets, moons, stars, galaxies, and comets; the phenomena include supernova explosions, gamma ray bursts, and cosmic microwave background radiation. Astronomy comprised fields as diverse as astrometry, celestial navigation, observational astronomy.  The field of astronomy split into observational and theoretical branches. Astronomy is one of the few sciences where amateurs still play an active role, especially in the discovery and observation of transient phenomena. Amateur astronomers played vital role in many important astronomical discoveries, such as finding new comets.Although the scientific discipline of astronomy has made incredible strides in understanding the nature of the Universe and its contents, there remain some important unanswered questions.

Relevant Conferences:

International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science October 18-19,2018 Rome, Italy; 2nd International conference on Artificial Intelligence April 16-17, 2018, Las Vegas, USA; 3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering June 18-19, 2018, Rome, Italy; 231st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, January 8-12, 2018 Washington DC, USA; 3nd International Conference on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics October 25-26, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; EWASS 2018 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, April 03,2018 Liverpool, United Kingdom; 4th International Conference on Physics September 17-18, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; The 4th Conference on Astrophysics and Space Science (APSS 2018) January 13-15, 2018, Sanya, China; 5th World Congress on Automation and Robotics April 16-17, 2018. Las Vegas, USA; Space Science Horizon 2000- A Retrospective View February 8-9, 2018 Noordwijk, Netherlands; International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Astrobiology 30-31 May, 2018 Osaka , Japan

Track 2: The Universe

Universe comprises planets, moons, minor plantes, stars, galaxies, the contents of intergalactic space and all matter and energy. The size of the entire Universe is still unknown. The earliest scientific models of the Universe were cultivated by ancient Greek and Indian philosophers. Later observational advances guided to the realization that our Solar System is placed in the Milky Way galaxy, which is one of many galaxies in the Universe.Breakthroughs in the early 20th century have suggested that the Universe had a beginning and that it is still expanding at an increasing rate. There are many contesting theories about the ultimate fate of the Universe and about what, if anything, preceded the Big Bang, while other physicists and philosophers reject speculation, doubting that evidence about preceding states will ever be accessible. Some physicists have proposed various multiverse theories, in which the Universe might be one among many universes that likewise exist.

Relevant Conferences:

International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science October 18-19,2018 Rome, Italy; 2nd International conference on Artificial Intelligence April 16-17, 2018, Las Vegas, USA; EWASS 2018 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, April 03,2018 Liverpool, United KingdomSpace Science Horizon 2000- A Retrospective View February 8-9, 2018 Noordwijk, Netherlands; International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Astrobiology 30-31 May, 2018 Osaka , Japan; 3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering June 18-19, 2018, Rome, Italy; 231st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, January 8-12, 2018 Washington DC, USA; 3nd International Conference on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics October 25-26, 2018,   Berlin, Germany ;4th International Conference on Physics September 17-18, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; The 4th Conference on Astrophysics and Space Science (APSS 2018) January 13-15, 2018, Sanya, China; 5th World congress on Automation and Robotics April 16-17, 2018. Las Vegas, USA

Track 3: Cosmology

Cosmology is an arm of astronomy which involves the origin and evolution of the universe, starting from the Big Bang to present day and on into the future. It is thoroughly related to the specific fields of astronomy and astrophysics, though during the last century cosmology was closely linked with key insights from particle physics. Albert Einstein anticipated the unification of space and time in his General Theory of Relativity. Cosmology is examined by scientist, astronomers and physicists, as well as philosophers, such as metaphysicians, philosophers of physics and philosophers of space and time. The Big Bang Model is a generally acknowledged theory for the origin and evolution of our universe. The Big Bang model of cosmology rests on two key ideas: General Relativity and the Cosmological Principle.

Relevant Conferences:

International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science October 18-19,2018 Rome, Italy; 2nd International conference on Artificial Intelligence April 16-17, 2018, Las Vegas, USA; EWASS 2018 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, April 03,2018 Liverpool, United Kingdom;  3nd International Conference on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics October 25-26, 2018, Berlin, Germany;4th International Conference on Physics September 17-18, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; The 4th Conference on Astrophysics and Space Science (APSS 2018) January 13-15, 2018, Sanya, China; 5th World congress on Automation and Robotics April 16-17, 2018. Las Vegas, USA; Space Science Horizon 2000- A Retrospective View February 8-9, 2018 Noordwijk, Netherlands; International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Astrobiology 30-31 May, 2018 Osaka , Japan; 3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering June 18-19, 2018, Rome, Italy; 231st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, January 8-12, 2018 Washington DC, USA

Track 4: Particle Astrophysics

Particle Astrophysics is a subdivision of particle physics which studies elementary particles of astronomical origin and their relation to astrophysics and cosmology. The field of astroparticle physics is advanced out of optical astronomy. It is a comparatively new field of research emerging at the juncture of particle physics, astronomy, astrophysics, relativity, solid state physics, and cosmology. Partially motivated by the discovery of neutrino oscillation, the field has experienced rapid development, both theoretically and experimentally, since the early 2000s. Particle Astrophysics use the new detection methods to detect a wide range of cosmic particles which includes neutrinos, gamma rays and cosmic rays.

Relevant Conferences:

International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science October 18-19,2018 Rome, Italy; 2nd International conference on Artificial Intelligence April 16-17, 2018, Las Vegas, USA; EWASS 2018 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, April 03,2018 Liverpool, United Kingdom;  3nd International Conference on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics October 25-26, 2018,   Berlin, Germany;4th International Conference on Physics September 17-18, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; The 4th Conference on Astrophysics and Space Science (APSS 2018) January 13-15, 2018, Sanya, China; 5th World congress on Automation and Robotics April 16-17, 2018. Las Vegas, USA; Space Science Horizon 2000- A Retrospective View February 8-9, 2018 Noordwijk, Netherlands; International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Astrobiology 30-31 May, 2018 Osaka , Japan; 3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering June 18-19, 2018, Rome, Italy; 231st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, January 8-12, 2018 Washington DC, USA

Track 5: Theoretical astrophysics

Theorists in astrophysics endeavour to create theoretical models and figure out the observational consequences of those models. It allows observers to look for data that can counter a model or help in selecting between several substitute or conflicting models. In the case of an irregularity, the general rule is to try to make minimal adjustments to the model to appropriate the data. Theoretical astrophysicists use a wide variety of tools which include analytical models and computational numerical simulations. Analytical models of a process are usually better for giving perception into the heart of what is going on, whereas Numerical models can reveal the existence of phenomena and effects that would otherwise not be seen. Astrophysical relativity aids as a tool to measure the properties of large scale structures for which gravitation plays a vital role in physical phenomena investigated and as the basis for black hole physics and the study of Astroparticle physics. Themes explored by theoretical astrophysicists include: stellar dynamics and evolution; galaxy formation and evolution; magnetohydrodynamics; large-scale structure of matter in the universe; origin of cosmic rays; general relativity and physical cosmology, including string cosmology and astroparticle physics.

Relevant Conferences:

International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science October 18-19,2018 Rome, Italy; 2nd International conference on Artificial Intelligence April 16-17, 2018, Las Vegas, USA; 3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering June 18-19, 2018, Rome, Italy; 231st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, January 8-12, 2018 Washington DC, USA; 3nd International Conference on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics October 25-26, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; EWASS 2018 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, April 03,2018 Liverpool, United Kingdom; 4th International Conference on Physics September 17-18, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; The 4th Conference on Astrophysics and Space Science (APSS 2018) January 13-15, 2018, Sanya, China; 5th World Congress on Automation and Robotics April 16-17, 2018. Las Vegas, USA; Space Science Horizon 2000- A Retrospective View February 8-9, 2018 Noordwijk, Netherlands; International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Astrobiology 30-31 May, 2018 Osaka , Japan

Track 6: Computational Astrophysics

Computational Astrophysics discuss the methods and computing tools developed through astrophysics research. Like computational chemistry or computational physics, it is both a specific branch of theoretical astrophysics and an interdisciplinary field relying on computer science, mathematics, and wider physics. Engrained areas of astrophysics engaging computational methods include magnetohydrodynamics, astrophysical radiative transfer, stellar and galactic dynamics, and astrophysical fluid dynamics. Many astrophysicists use computers in their research and an increasing number of astrophysics departments now have research groups specifically dedicated to computational astrophysics.

Relevant Conferences:

International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science October 18-19,2018 Rome, Italy; 2nd International conference on Artificial Intelligence April 16-17, 2018, Las Vegas, USA; EWASS 2018 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, April 03,2018 Liverpool, United Kingdom; 4th International Conference on Physics September 17-18, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; The 4th Conference on Astrophysics and Space Science (APSS 2018) January 13-15, 2018, Sanya, China; 5th World congress on Automation and Robotics April 16-17, 2018. Las Vegas, USA; Space Science Horizon 2000- A Retrospective View February 8-9, 2018 Noordwijk, Netherlands; International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Astrobiology 30-31 May, 2018 Osaka , Japan; 3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering June 18-19, 2018, Rome, Italy; 231st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, January 8-12, 2018 Washington DC, USA; 3nd International Conference on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics October 25-26, 2018,   Berlin, Germany

Track 7: Astronomical Spectroscopy

Spectroscopy is the method used to measure the dark matter content of galaxies, the masses of two stars in orbit about each other, the mass of a cluster of galaxies, the rate of expansion of the Universe. Spectroscopy is one of the most important tools that an astronomer uses for studying the universe. Spectroscopy starts in 1666 when Isaac newton revealed that white light passing through a glass prism split the light into a rainbow. structure of the atmospheres of various planets can be determined with astronomical spectroscopy. The examination of molecular absorption bands allows to determine the temperature and pressure in planetary atmospheres. Generally, three major bands of radiation measured by Astronomical spectroscopy: visible spectrum, radio, and X-ray.

Relevant Conferences:

International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science October 18-19,2018 Rome, Italy; 2nd International conference on Artificial Intelligence April 16-17, 2018, Las Vegas, USA; EWASS 2018 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, April 03,2018 Liverpool, United Kingdom;  3nd International Conference on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics October 25-26, 2018, Berlin, Germany;4th International Conference on Physics September 17-18, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; The 4th Conference on Astrophysics and Space Science (APSS 2018) January 13-15, 2018, Sanya, China; 5th World congress on Automation and Robotics April 16-17, 2018. Las Vegas, USA; Space Science Horizon 2000- A Retrospective View February 8-9, 2018 Noordwijk, Netherlands; International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Astrobiology 30-31 May, 2018 Osaka , Japan; 3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering June 18-19, 2018, Rome, Italy; 231st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, January 8-12, 2018 Washington DC, USA

Track 8: High Energy Astrophysics

High energy astronomy is the research of astronomical objects that release electromagnetic radiation of highly energetic wavelengths. It comprises X-ray astronomy, gamma-ray astronomy, and extreme UV astronomy, as well as educations of neutrinos and cosmic rays. The physical study of these spectacles is referred to as high-energy astrophysics. Scientific investigations of objects range from the Sun to distant active galactic nuclei. It is a distinct research area involved with modelling phenomena like cosmic-ray shock acceleration, supernovae and other cosmic explosions, relativistic winds and jets, extreme gravitational and magnetic fields, and the equation of state of bulk nuclear matter.

Relevant Conferences:

International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science October 18-19,2018 Rome, Italy;231st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, January 8-12, 2018 Washington DC, USA; 3nd International Conference on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics October 25-26, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; 2nd International conference on Artificial Intelligence April 16-17, 2018, Las Vegas, USA; EWASS 2018 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, April 03,2018 Liverpool, United Kingdom; 4th International Conference on Physics September 17-18, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; The 4th Conference on Astrophysics and Space Science (APSS 2018) January 13-15, 2018, Sanya, China; 5th World congress on Automation and Robotics April 16-17, 2018. Las Vegas, USA; Space Science Horizon 2000- A Retrospective View February 8-9, 2018 Noordwijk, Netherlands; International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Astrobiology 30-31 May, 2018 Osaka , Japan; 3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering June 18-19, 2018, Rome, Italy;

Track 9: Black Hole & Dark Matter

A black hole is an area in space where the pulling force of gravity is so effective that light is not able to escape. The gravity is so strong because matter has been enfolded into a tiny space. This can happen when a star is vanishing. A black hole cannot be viewed because strong gravity extracts all of the light into the centre of the black hole. Dark matter is an imaginary type of substance distinct from ordinary matter like protons and neutrons, neutrinos and dark energy. Dark matter has never been directly observed; however, its existence would explain many otherwise mystifying astronomical observations.  The theory of general relativity envisages that a sufficiently compact mass can distort spacetime to form a black hole. These black holes are often mentioned as Schwarzschild black holes after Karl Schwarzschild who discovered this result in 1916. Dark matter can be separated into cold, warm and hot categories.

Relevant Conferences:

International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science October 18-19,2018 Rome, Italy; 2nd International conference on Artificial Intelligence April 16-17, 2018, Las Vegas, USA;The 4th Conference on Astrophysics and Space Science (APSS 2018) January 13-15, 2018, Sanya, China; 5th World Congress on Automation and Robotics April 16-17, 2018. Las Vegas, USA; Space Science Horizon 2000- A Retrospective View February 8-9, 2018 Noordwijk, Netherlands; International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Astrobiology 30-31 May, 2018 Osaka , Japan; 3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering June 18-19, 2018, Rome, Italy; 231st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, January 8-12, 2018 Washington DC, USA; 3nd International Conference on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics October 25-26, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; EWASS 2018 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, April 03,2018 Liverpool, United Kingdom; 4th International Conference on Physics September 17-18, 2018,   Berlin, Germany;

Track 10: Solar Astronomy

Solar astronomy is the scientific education of the celestial star and the phenomena that surround it. The main interests of solar astronomy are the physics, chemistry, meteorology, motion and evolution of the sun as well as its place in the universe. It deals with comprehensive measurements that are possible only for our nearby star. The layer above the photosphere is identified as the solar atmosphere which consists of four parts the chromosphere, the transition region, the corona and the heliosphere. The heliosphere while considered the weakest part of the sun’s atmosphere extends all the way out past the orbit of Pluto. Modern day solar physics is focused towards identifying the many spectacles detected with the help of modern telescopes and satellites. Of particular interest are the composition of the solar photosphere, the coronal heat problem and sunspots. It is interconnected with many fields of pure physics like astrophysics, magnetohydrodynamics, seismology, particle physics, atomic physics, nuclear physics, stellar evolution, space physics, spectroscopy, radiative transfer, computational physics, stellar physics and solar astronomy.

Relevant Conferences:

International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science October 18-19,2018 Rome, Italy; 2nd International conference on Artificial Intelligence April 16-17, 2018, Las Vegas, USA; EWASS 2018 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, April 03,2018 Liverpool, United Kingdom;  3nd International Conference on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics October 25-26, 2018, Berlin, Germany;4th International Conference on Physics September 17-18, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; The 4th Conference on Astrophysics and Space Science (APSS 2018) January 13-15, 2018, Sanya, China; 5th World congress on Automation and Robotics April 16-17, 2018. Las Vegas, USA; Space Science Horizon 2000- A Retrospective View February 8-9, 2018 Noordwijk, Netherlands; International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Astrobiology 30-31 May, 2018 Osaka , Japan; 3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering June 18-19, 2018, Rome, Italy; 231st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, January 8-12, 2018 Washington DC, USA

Track 11: Radio Astronomy:

Radio astronomy is the learning of celestial objects which give off radio waves. With radio astronomy, we study astronomical phenomena that are often invisible or hidden in other portions of the electromagnetic spectrum. It includes stars and galaxies, in addition to entirely new classes of objects, like radio galaxies, quasars, pulsars, and masers. Radio astronomers use different methods to detect objects in the radio spectrum. Instruments may simply be pointed at an energetic radio source to study its emission. With the finding of several classes of new objects like pulsars, quasars and radio galaxies Radio astronomy has made notable advancement in astronomical research. This is because radio astronomy lets us to see things that are not noticeable in optical astronomy.

Relevant Conferences:

International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science October 18-19,2018 Rome, Italy; 2nd International conference on Artificial Intelligence April 16-17, 2018, Las Vegas, USA; EWASS 2018 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, April 03,2018 Liverpool, United Kingdom; 4th International Conference on Physics September 17-18, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; The 4th Conference on Astrophysics and Space Science (APSS 2018) January 13-15, 2018, Sanya, China; 5th World congress on Automation and Robotics April 16-17, 2018. Las Vegas, USA; Space Science Horizon 2000- A Retrospective View February 8-9, 2018 Noordwijk, Netherlands; International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Astrobiology 30-31 May, 2018 Osaka , Japan; 3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering June 18-19, 2018, Rome, Italy; 231st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, January 8-12, 2018 Washington DC, USA; 3nd International Conference on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics October 25-26, 2018,   Berlin, Germany

Track 12:  Planetary Geology

Planetary geology, otherwise identified as astrogeology or exogeology, is a planetary science discipline involved with the geology of the celestial bodies, for example the planets and their moons, asteroids, comets, and meteorites. It includes such topics as defining the internal structure of the terrestrial planets, and looks at planetary volcanism and surface processes like impact craters and aeolian processes. The compositions of the huge planets and their moons are also observed, as is the nature of the lesser bodies of the Solar System like asteroids, the Kuiper Belt, and comets. Planetary geology uses an extensive variety of standardised descriptor names for features Every planetary feature names recognised by the International Astronomical Union combine one of these names with a possibly unique identifying name. There are numerous important motives to study this. The first reason implies the pursuit for knowledge. The second reason includes evolution, not necessarily in the biologic sense but in the sense of the physical and chemical evolution of the solar system over time.

Relevant Conferences:

International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science October 18-19,2018 Rome, Italy; 2nd International conference on Artificial Intelligence April 16-17, 2018, Las Vegas, USA; 3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering June 18-19, 2018, Rome, Italy; 231st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, January 8-12, 2018 Washington DC, USA; 3nd International Conference on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics October 25-26, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; EWASS 2018 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, April 03,2018 Liverpool, United Kingdom; 4th International Conference on Physics September 17-18, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; The 4th Conference on Astrophysics and Space Science (APSS 2018) January 13-15, 2018, Sanya, China; 5th World Congress on Automation and Robotics April 16-17, 2018. Las Vegas, USA; Space Science Horizon 2000- A Retrospective View February 8-9, 2018 Noordwijk, Netherlands; International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Astrobiology 30-31 May, 2018 Osaka , Japan

Track 13: Space Weather

The term “space weather” was coined recently to describe the lively conditions in the Earth’s outer space environment. Space weather includes all conditions and events on the sun, in the solar wind, in near-Earth space and in our upper atmosphere that can disturb space-borne and ground-based technological systems and through these, human life and endeavour. Heliophysics is the science of space weather. It is focused on fundamental research and practical applications.  Space weather is distinct from the terrestrial weather of the Earth's atmosphere. Scientists apply a variety of ground- and space-based sensors and imaging systems to understand activity at several depths in the solar atmosphere. Telescopes are used to sense visible light, ultraviolet light, gamma rays, and X rays. The goal of studying space weather is the ability to forecast events and conditions on the Sun and in near-Earth space that will yield potentially destructive societal and economic effects, and to do this adequately far in advance and with sufficient accuracy to allow preventive or mitigating actions to be taken.

Relevant Conferences:

International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science October 18-19,2018 Rome, Italy; 2nd International conference on Artificial Intelligence April 16-17, 2018, Las Vegas, USA; EWASS 2018 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, April 03,2018 Liverpool, United KingdomSpace Science Horizon 2000- A Retrospective View February 8-9, 2018 Noordwijk, Netherlands; International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Astrobiology 30-31 May, 2018 Osaka , Japan; 3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering June 18-19, 2018, Rome, Italy; 231st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, January 8-12, 2018 Washington DC, USA; 3nd International Conference on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics October 25-26, 2018,   Berlin, Germany4th International Conference on Physics September 17-18, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; The 4th Conference on Astrophysics and Space Science (APSS 2018) January 13-15, 2018, Sanya, China; 5th World congress on Automation and Robotics April 16-17, 2018. Las Vegas, USA

Track 14: Spacecraft System

A spacecraft is a vehicle, or machine designed to fly into the outer space. Spacecraft are used for a variety of purposes, including communication, observation, meteorology, navigation space colonization, planetary exploration and transportation of humans and cargo. A spacecraft system includes numerous subsystems, differing on the mission profile. Spacecraft subsystems comprises of the spacecraft's "vehicle" and may also include attitude determination and control guidance, navigation and control communications command and data handling power, thermal control, propulsion, and structures. Sputnik 1 was the first artificial satellite launched into the space.

Relevant Conferences:

International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science October 18-19,2018 Rome, Italy;  5th World congress on Automation and Robotics April 16-17, 2018. Las Vegas, USA; 231st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, January 8-12, 2018 Washington DC, USA; 3nd International Conference on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics October 25-26, 2018, Berlin, Germany; 2nd International conference on Artificial Intelligence April 16-17, 2018, Las Vegas, USA; EWASS 2018 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, April 03,2018 Liverpool, United Kingdom; 4th International Conference on Physics September 17-18, 2018,   Berlin, Germany ; Space Science Horizon 2000- A Retrospective View February 8-9, 2018 Noordwijk, Netherlands; International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Astrobiology 30-31 May, 2018 Osaka , Japan; 3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering June 18-19, 2018, Rome, Italy; The 4th Conference on Astrophysics and Space Science (APSS 2018) January 13-15, 2018, Sanya, China

Track 15: Satellite Communications

 A satellite is an artificial object which has been purposely located into orbit. Such objects are also called artificial satellites to differentiate them from natural satellites such as Earth's Moon. To understand the motion of satellites, we must go back to Newton. Newton suggested that a force “gravity” exists between any two objects in the universe. The path of satellite is balanced by a strong gravitational attraction directed toward the centre of the planet. Military and civilian Earth observation satellites are some regular types of satellite. Communications satellites, navigation satellites, weather satellites, and space telescopes are others. Space stations and human spacecraft in orbit are also satellites. Orbits of satellite differ, depending upon the function of the satellite, and are categorised in several ways. Well-known groups include low Earth orbit, polar orbit, and geostationary orbit. Communications satellites are used for military communications applications, Amateur radio, Satellite radio, television, long distance telephony.

Relevant Conferences:

International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science October 18-19,2018 Rome, Italy; 2nd International conference on Artificial Intelligence April 16-17, 2018, Las Vegas, USA; EWASS 2018 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, April 03,2018 Liverpool, United Kingdom; 4th International Conference on Physics September 17-18, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; The 4th Conference on Astrophysics and Space Science (APSS 2018) January 13-15, 2018, Sanya, China; 5th World congress on Automation and Robotics April 16-17, 2018. Las Vegas, USA; Space Science Horizon 2000- A Retrospective View February 8-9, 2018 Noordwijk, Netherlands; International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Astrobiology 30-31 May, 2018 Osaka , Japan; 3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering June 18-19, 2018, Rome, Italy; 231st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, January 8-12, 2018 Washington DC, USA; 3nd International Conference on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics October 25-26, 2018,   Berlin, Germany

Track 16: Space Human Interaction 

Space offers mankind inspiration and aspiration. Space is time and again referred to as the final boundary of study by mankind. Resources in space, both in materials and energy, are immense. The Solar System alone has, according to different estimates, abundant material and energy to support anywhere from several thousand to over a billion times that of the current Earth-based human population. All these planets and other bodies offer a virtually endless supply of resources providing infinite growth potential. Space has had more solid impacts on society. Imagine where we would be without applications satellites. We now take for granted photographs of weather and Earth resources data from space, as well as navigation and worldwide communications made achievable by satellite. Our relationship with space exploration appear at many degrees: commercial applications, education and inspiration to youth, applications satellites, scientific welfares, and philosophical implications. But the immediate impact of the Space Age is far more diverse than the ultimate discovery of life in space. As disagreements roll around funding, resources, purposes and methods for spaceflight, it is well to consider the consequences of examining space.

Relevant Conferences:

International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science October 18-19,2018 Rome, Italy; 2nd International conference on Artificial Intelligence April 16-17, 2018, Las Vegas, USA; 3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering June 18-19, 2018, Rome, Italy; 231st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, January 8-12, 2018 Washington DC, USA; 3nd International Conference on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics October 25-26, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; EWASS 2018 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, April 03,2018 Liverpool, United Kingdom; 4th International Conference on Physics September 17-18, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; The 4th Conference on Astrophysics and Space Science (APSS 2018) January 13-15, 2018, Sanya, China; 5th World Congress on Automation and Robotics April 16-17, 2018. Las Vegas, USA; Space Science Horizon 2000- A Retrospective View February 8-9, 2018 Noordwijk, Netherlands; International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Astrobiology 30-31 May, 2018 Osaka , Japan

Track 17: Infrared Astronomy

Infrared astronomy is the subdivision of astronomy and astrophysics which studies astronomical objects evident in infrared (IR) radiation. The wavelength of infrared light spans from 0.75 to 300 micrometres. Infrared falls in between visible radiation, which ranges from 380 to 750 nanometres, and submillimetre waves. Infrared astronomy started in the 1830s. Infrared observatories in space includes the Spitzer Space Telescope and the Herschel Space Observatory. infrared is developed by astronomers to study the universe. The prime limitation of infrared sensitivity from ground-based telescopes is the Earth's atmosphere.

Relevant Conferences:

International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science October 18-19,2018 Rome, Italy; 2nd International conference on Artificial Intelligence April 16-17, 2018, Las Vegas, USA; 3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering June 18-19, 2018, Rome, Italy; 231st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, January 8-12, 2018 Washington DC, USA; 3nd International Conference on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics October 25-26, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; EWASS 2018 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, April 03,2018 Liverpool, United Kingdom; 4th International Conference on Physics September 17-18, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; The 4th Conference on Astrophysics and Space Science (APSS 2018) January 13-15, 2018, Sanya, China; 5th World Congress on Automation and Robotics April 16-17, 2018. Las Vegas, USA; Space Science Horizon 2000- A Retrospective View February 8-9, 2018 Noordwijk, Netherlands; International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Astrobiology 30-31 May, 2018 Osaka , Japan

Track 18: Optical Astronomy

Optical astronomy, also known as visible light astronomy, is the oldest branch of astronomy. It comprises imaging, where a picture of some sort is made of the object; photometry, where the amount of light coming from an object is measured, spectroscopy, where the distribution of that light with respect to its wavelength is measured, and polarimetry where the polarisation state of that light is calculated. The visibility of celestial objects in the night sky is influenced by light pollution. The presence of the Moon in the night sky has historically hampered astronomical observation by rising the amount of ambient lighting. With the arrival of artificial light sources, however, light pollution has been a mounting problem for observing the night sky

Relevant Conferences:

International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science October 18-19,2018 Rome, Italy; 2nd International conference on Artificial Intelligence April 16-17, 2018, Las Vegas, USA; 3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering June 18-19, 2018, Rome, Italy; 231st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, January 8-12, 2018 Washington DC, USA; 3nd International Conference on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics October 25-26, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; EWASS 2018 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, April 03,2018 Liverpool, United Kingdom; 4th International Conference on Physics September 17-18, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; The 4th Conference on Astrophysics and Space Science (APSS 2018) January 13-15, 2018, Sanya, China; 5th World Congress on Automation and Robotics April 16-17, 2018. Las Vegas, USA; Space Science Horizon 2000- A Retrospective View February 8-9, 2018 Noordwijk, Netherlands; International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Astrobiology 30-31 May, 2018 Osaka , Japan

Track 19: Exoplanet

An exoplanet or extrasolar planet is a planet outside of our solar system that circles a star.  The first scientific discovery of an exoplanet began in 1988. However, the first confirmed detection came in 1992. The discovery of exoplanets has intensified interest in the exploration for extra-terrestrial life. There is special curiosity for planets which orbit in a star's habitable zone, where it is possible to find liquid water, a precondition for life on Earth. The study of planetary habitability also considers a wide range of other factors in shaping the suitability of a planet for hosting life. Statistical surveys and individual characterization are the inputs to address the vital questions in exoplanetology.

Relevant Conferences:

International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science October 18-19,2018 Rome, Italy; 2nd International conference on Artificial Intelligence April 16-17, 2018, Las Vegas, USA; 3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering June 18-19, 2018, Rome, Italy; 231st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, January 8-12, 2018 Washington DC, USA; 3nd International Conference on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics October 25-26, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; EWASS 2018 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, April 03,2018 Liverpool, United Kingdom; 4th International Conference on Physics September 17-18, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; The 4th Conference on Astrophysics and Space Science (APSS 2018) January 13-15, 2018, Sanya, China; 5th World Congress on Automation and Robotics April 16-17, 2018. Las Vegas, USA; Space Science Horizon 2000- A Retrospective View February 8-9, 2018 Noordwijk, Netherlands; International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Astrobiology 30-31 May, 2018 Osaka , Japan

Track 20: Space Technology

Space technology is technology advanced by space science or the aerospace industry for use in spaceflight, satellites, or space exploration. Space technology includes spacecraft, satellites, space stations, and support infrastructure, equipment, and proceduresMany familiar routine facilities like weather forecasting, remote sensing, GPS systems, satellite television, and some long-distance communications systems crucially depend on space infrastructure. Of all the sciences, astronomy and Earth science benefit from space technology.

Relevant Conferences:

International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science October 18-19,2018 Rome, Italy; EWASS 2018 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, April 03,2018 Liverpool, United Kingdom; 4th International Conference on Physics September 17-18, 2018,   Berlin, Germany; The 4th Conference on Astrophysics and Space Science (APSS 2018) January 13-15, 2018, Sanya, China; 5th World Congress on Automation and Robotics April 16-17, 2018. Las Vegas, USA; Space Science Horizon 2000- A Retrospective View February 8-9, 2018 Noordwijk, Netherlands; International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Astrobiology 30-31 May, 2018 Osaka , Japan;2nd International conference on Artificial Intelligence April 16-17, 2018, Las Vegas, USA; 3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering June 18-19, 2018, Rome, Italy; 231st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, January 8-12, 2018 Washington DC, USA; 3nd International Conference on Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics October 25-26, 2018,   Berlin, Germany

 

 

 

Market Analysis

Summary:

International conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Astronomy 2018 is the forum to acquire and share knowledge about overall development in the field of Astronomy, Astrophysics, Space Science, Aerospace Industry, Satellite Operation etc. The conference brings together Astronomer, Researcher, Scientists, Engineer, Innovators, Industry Leaders and Learners to present and exchange state-of-the-art ideas relating to Astronomy, Astrophysics, Space Science and related fields. We are honoured to invite you all to the “3rd International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science 2018” which is going to be held on October 18-19, 2018 in Rome, Italy. The conference includes progressive themes like Cosmology, Theoretical astrophysics, Particle Astrophysics, Computational Astrophysics, High Energy Astrophysics, Optical Astronomy, Black Hole and Dark Energy, Solar Astronomy, Radio Astronomy, Space Weather, Space Technology, Spacecraft System etc.

The organizing committee has created an energizing and informative conference program which includes plenary lectures, symposia and workshops on a variety of topics, poster presentations and various programs for participants from all around the Globe. We invite you to join us at the Astronomy 2018, where you will be sure to have a meaningful experience with scholars from around the world. All members of the Astronomy 2018 organizing committee look forward to meeting you in Rome, Italy.

Importance & Scope:

Astronomical discoveries of the past decade have captured the imagination of scientists and citizens alike. These amazing advances are the result not only of the collective creative efforts of scientists and engineers around the world, but also of the generous investments in astronomy sector by governments, foundations, and individuals. In the decades ahead, the pace of discovery—remarkable as it has been over the past—will accelerate. Every expert believes that the space industry will be vital to the future economic growth and stability of the world.

Building an understanding of the universe and the evolution of its constituents requires tools and insights from many other disciplines, including physics, chemistry, optical science, electrical engineering, computer science, and biology. Public interest in Astronomy, Space Science has encouraged many successful small businesses, as hobbyists, small telescopes users, and travellers are spending millions of dollars to witness astronomical events.

The topics to be covered by Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science include, but are not limited to:

1. Cosmology

2. Particle Astrophysics

3. Computational Astrophysics

4. Spectroscopy

5. High Energy Astronomy

6. Planetary Geology

7. Space Human Interaction

8. Satellite Communications

9. Infrared Astronomy

10. Exoplanet

11. Astrodynamics

12. Cosmological Neutrinos

13.  Astrometry

14.  Reusable Launch System

15.  Future of Earth

16.  Theoretical Astrophysics

17.  Raman Spectroscopy

18.  Solar Astronomy

19.  Radio Astronomy

20.  Black Hole & Dark Matter

21. Space Weather

22. Spacecraft System

23. The Universe

24. Astronomy

25. Optical Astronomy

26. Space Technology

27. Deep Space Navigation

28. Cosmic Inflation

29. Plasma Modeling

30. LIGO Large Hadron Collide

31. Space Tourism

 

Why in Rome????

Roam has created a well-defined place for itself in the world of astronomy because it helped people accept and understand ideas about the universe and Roman Astronomers helped mapped out many stars. Italy has always been considered as a European powerhouse for innovation and design. Italy is a founding member of European space agency and an active member of all it project. Italy remains the third contributor among member states after France and Germany.  Also, the Italian space agency which started in 1988 has become one of the most significant world actors in the field of space science and satellite technology. The space agency has it’s headquarter in Rome. Italy participates in the EU program as Galileo and GMES. ASI has significantly contributed to space exploration program for unearthing the secrets of Mars, Jupiter, Saturn and Venus and for the study of cosmology. Also, Italy has many world class universities which promotes and coordinates research activities in the field of astronomy and astrophysics.

Major Associations around the Globe:

1.      National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), USA

2.      Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos), Russia

3.      European Space Agency (ESA), France

4.      Italian space agency(ASI), Italy

5.      Indian Space Research Organisation(ISRO), India

6.      Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan

7.      China National Space Administration (CNSA), China

8.      National Centre for Space Studies(CNES), France

Major companies associated with power and energy engineering:

1.      The International Astronomical Union

2.      Royal Astronomical Society

3.      The International Meteor Organization

4.      The American Astronomical Society

5.      European Association for Astronomy Education

6.      The Italian Amateur Astronomers Union

7.      The British Astronomical Association

8.      The Astronomical Society of India

Universities in Rome:

           1.      University of Rome Tor Vergata

           2.      National Institute of Astrophysics

           3.      Sapienza University of Rome

           4.      LUISS Guido Carli

           5.      University of Milan

           6.      Marconi University

           7.      Università di Roma LUMSA

           8.      Università telematica internazionale Uninettuno

           9.      John Cabot University

          10.  Università Campus Bio-Medico

          11.  Pontifical Gregorian University

          12.  American University of Rome

          13.  Pontifical University Antonianum

          14.  University of International Studies of Rome

          15.  Link Campus University

Universities in Italy:

1.      Università degli Studi di Bologna

2.      Politecnico di Milano

3.      Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza

4.      Università degli Studi di Padova

5.      Università degli Studi di Milano

6.      Università degli Studi di Pisa

7.      Politecnico di Torino

8.      Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II

9.      Università degli Studi di Torino

10.  Università degli Studi di Firenze

11.  Università degli Studi di Genova

12.  Università degli Studi di Trento

13.  Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia

14.  Università degli Studi di Catania

15.  Università degli Studi Roma Tre

16.  Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata

17.  Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca

18.  Università degli Studi di Siena

19.  Università degli Studi di Parma

20.  Università degli Studi di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale

Universities in Europe:

1.      University of Oxford

2.      University of Cambridge

3.      Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich

4.      University College London

5.      The University of Edinburgh

6.      Universität Wien

7.      The University of Manchester

8.      The London School of Economics and Political Science

9.      University of Leeds

10.  University of Glasgow

11.  Universitat de Barcelona

12.  Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

13.  University of Southampton

14.  Freie Universität Berlin

15.  Imperial College London

16.  The University of Warwick

17.  Universitetet i Oslo

18.  The University of Nottingham

19.  École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

20.  Helsingin yliopisto

21.  Universidad Complutense de Madrid

22.  Technische Universität München

23.  Technische Universiteit Delft

24.  Newcastle University

25.  King's College London

Market in Italy:

space is a sector of excellence of the Italian industry, with a vested interest in research, innovation. The Italian Space industry is iconic amongst Italian industry, as it exhibits some of its key features, such as the ability to operate at the highest level in advanced technologies and quality, and to compete with major global players. Italy was the 3rd country to ever launch a satellite, and today Italian technology and components are very often an essential part of the new satellites or space missions. Moreover, the Italian Aerospace Industry holds third place in Europe in turnover after Germany and France, for a total of 2 billion Euros, majority of which is exported. On average, in the last 5 years, the Italian budget in ESA, compared to the total contributions of all Member States and Canada, was around 14%.

Market in Europe:

The European Commission publishes regular market analysis reports on European gas and electricity markets and energy prices and costs in Europe. The quarterly reports analyse the main factors behind price and volume evolutions on the market and they analyse gas and electricity market interactions between countries.

In 2016 the European Commission published the second report on energy prices and costs in Europe. The report finds that wholesale energy prices and retail petroleum products prices have fallen in recent years although most retail electricity and gas prices have not dropped.

The fall in prices of internationally traded energy commodities (most notably crude oil, which fell by 60% since 2014) has reduced the EU’s energy import bill by 35% since 2013.

Wholesale gas prices have fallen by 50% since 2013 – driven by weaker global demand for energy, an increase in supply of US shale gas and better access to Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) in Europe, as well as lower oil-indexed gas prices. Wholesale electricity prices reached their lowest levels for 12 years in 2016. These falls were accompanied by an increasing convergence in prices across Europe, which shows that the EU’s internal energy market is working, although improvements can be made.

Electricity and gas retail prices have not fallen due to rises in network charges, taxes and levies needed to finance investments and policies for enabling the transition to a low carbon economy as well as to gather public revenues. Electricity retail prices have risen by about 3% per year since 2008 and gas prices by 2%.

This meant households expenditure on energy (excluding transport fuels) increased to 5.8% of total household expenditure, up from 5.3% in 2008. The poorer households were the most affected, their energy expenditure rose faster and reached 8.6% in 2014.

Energy costs for businesses constitute less than 2% of production costs on average although for energy intensive industries they can reach up to 40%. The energy costs can be even higher for specific industrial segments shaping their competitiveness. Between 2008 and 2014, energy cost shares decreased in most EU energy intensive industry sectors analysed and total energy costs decreased in all sectors.

Finally, energy taxes - in particular excise duties on petroleum products - continue to be an important and stable source of revenue for the EU countries (on average nearly 5% of their total tax revenue). In 2014 national governments collected €263 billion (1.88 % of EU GDP) through energy taxation.

Global Market:

The global space industry is going through a period of innovations. Efforts to reuse launch vehicles are beginning to pay off, and more cost-effective launch vehicles are being designed and developed. Commercial space products and services involving telecommunications, broadcasting, and Earth observation have seen a growth of 3.7% to reach $126.33 billion in 2015. Infrastructure and support industries like the manufacture of spacecraft and ground equipment, as well as launch services, research and development, and insurance—totaled $120.88 billion in 2015.Governments and companies around the world continue to invest in new space infrastructure. Around 20 nations are developing, or are planning to host spaceports for orbital or suborbital launches. Recently two U.S. companies successfully landed rockets that returned from space.
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Interest in the commercial opportunities of space is growing and, with it, the possibilities for start-ups to get financial promoters. A recent report predicts that the coming decade will see a huge investment in space start-ups. The entrance of private players into the space market is forcing down launch costs by as much as 75 per cent. Also, the interest in small satellites continues to grow unabated. Nanosatellites constituted 48% of the 262-spacecraft launched in 2015. However, it constituted less than 1% of the total mass sent to orbit in 2015. At the other end telecommunications satellites launched to geosynchronous orbit made up 41% of the total mass. These satellites form the backbone for satellite communications and broadcasting services which generate more than $100 billion per year. In the future, evolving space industries may play a vital role in the World economy. Space tourism and resource recovery like mining on planets, moons, and asteroids may become major parts of that industry. The ongoing process of integrating space technology into all aspects of life means that other jobs are being created that traditionally do not fall into the aerospace categories.

Past Conference Report

Particle Physics 2016

Particle Physics-2016 Past Conference Report

International Conference on Astrophysics and Particle Physics was hosted by Conference Series LLC in Dallas, USA during December 08-10, 2016. The conference was focused on the theme “Collaborating Particle Physics and Astrophysics Concepts towards Understanding the Mechanism of Universe”. We have received tremendous response from around 35 countries from scientists, researchers, students, directors, head of the department and leaders from the fields of Astrophysics and Particle Physics, whose commitment and support has made this event successful.

The conference was carried out through various scientific sessions, plenary talks, symposia and workshops. The conference has covered the following scientific tracks:

  • Astrophysics & Space Science
  • Astronomy
  • Particle Physics
  • Astroparticle Physics
  • Computational Astrophysics
  • Nuclear and Particle Physics
  • Dark Matter and Dark Energy
  • Atomic and Molecular Astrophysics
  • Neutrino Physics
  • Heavy-ion Physics
  • Gravitational Physics

Particle Physics-2016 would like to thank our Moderator, Bryant Wyatt, Tarleton State University, USA for making this conference a grand success.

We would sincerely thank our Keynote Speakers, OCMs, Honorable Guests who resplendently conducted their talks on Astrophysics and Particle Physics:

  • Edwin Zong, Laser Neutrino Annihilation Synergistic Applicator LLC, USA
  • John C Morrison, University of Louisville, USA
  • Vasily Yu Belashov, Kazan Federal University, Russia
  • Masanori Iye, NAOJ, Japan
  • Marcos Dracos, Université de Strasbourg, France

The conference was started with opening ceremony which included introduction by the Honorable Guests and the Members of Keynote Forum. All the speakers have contributed to the exceptionally informative presentations and made the meeting an extraordinary Success. Conference Series LLC extends its gratitude towards all the participants, speakers, young researchers, delegates and students.

All accepted abstracts have been indexed in Conference Series LLC journal, the Journal of Astrophysics & Aerospace Technology.

After the huge response from scientific fraternity, renowned personalities across the world, we are pleased to announce the “3rd International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Space Science” to be held at Rome, Italy during October 18-19, 2018.

We look forward to welcoming you to Astronomy-2018


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