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3rd International Conference on Astronomy and Space Science, will be organized around the theme “Exploring the Energetic Universe”

Astronomy 2019 is comprised of 15 tracks and 168 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Astronomy 2019.

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Astronomy is one of the few sciences where amateurs play an active role, especially in the observation and discovery of the transient phenomena. Astronomy is one of the eldest of the natural sciences. The ancient civilizations in recorded history, such as the Babylonians, Greeks, Indians, Nubians, Chinese, Egyptians, Iranians, Maya, and many ancient native peoples of the Americas performed methodical observations of the night sky. Amateur astronomers have contributed many significant astronomical discoveries, such as finding new comets.

  • Track 1-1Theoretical Astronomy
  • Track 1-2Observational Astronomy
  • Track 1-3Stell Astronomy
  • Track 1-4Galactic Astronomy

The term “Universe” is the whole cosmic system of energy and matter of which the Earth, and therefore the human race, is also a part. The earliest systematic models of the Universe were developed by ancient Greek and Indian philosophers and were geocentric, placing the Earth at the Centre of the Universe. Over the periods, more precise astronomical observations led Nicolaus Copernicus to develop the heliocentric model with the Sun at the Centre of the Solar System. In emerging the law of universal gravitation, Sir Isaac Newton built upon Copernicus's work as well as observations by Tycho Brahe and Johannes Kepler's laws of planetary gesture.

  • Track 2-1Galaxy formation & evolution
  • Track 2-2Exoplanet
  • Track 2-3Galaxy Cluster
  • Track 2-4Big Bang
  • Track 2-5Milky Way Galaxy
  • Track 2-6Stellar Nucleosynthesis
  • Track 2-7Hadrons and Leptons
  • Track 2-8Space and Survival
  • Track 2-9Future of Earth Europa

Exoplanet is a planet that trajectories another star. The study of the planetary habitability also deliberates a wide range of other aspects in determining the suitability of a planet for hosting the life. Since 2004, HARPS has discovered about a hundred exoplanets, and while since 2009 Kepler space telescope has found more than two thousand. Kepler has also detected a few thousand candidate planets, and of which 11% may be false positives. The least massive planet known as Draugr, and which is about twice the mass of the Moon.

  • Track 3-1Exocomet
  • Track 3-2Exoplanetology
  • Track 3-3Sun-like stars
  • Track 3-4Brown dwarf
  • Track 3-5Extragalactic Planets
  • Track 3-6Extra-terrestrial life
  • Track 3-7Rogue planets
  • Track 3-8Circumbinary planets

Astrochemistry is the study of the chemical elements found in outer space, generally on larger scales than the Solar System, particularly in molecular gas clouds, and the study of their formation, interaction and destruction. Astrochemistry involves the use of telescopes to measure various aspects of bodies in space, such as their temperature and composition.

Astrobiology is the study of life in the universe. The search for life beyond the Earth requires an understanding of life, and the nature of the environments that support it, as well as planetary, planetary system and stellar processes. 

Astronomical spectroscopy is the study which is used to measure three major bands of radiation: visible spectrum, radio, and X-ray. Though all spectroscopy looks at specific areas of the spectrum, different approaches are required to acquire the signal depending upon the frequency. Ozone (O3) and the molecular oxygen (O2) absorb light with wavelengths only under 300 nm, that means meaning the X-ray and ultraviolet spectroscopy requires the use of a satellite telescope or rocket mounted detectors. Radio signals have much longer wavelengths than of the optical signals and it requires the use of antennas or radio dishes.

  • Track 5-1Emission spectrum
  • Track 5-2Photometry
  • Track 5-3Prism
  • Track 5-4Quasars
  • Track 5-53D Image
  • Track 5-6Helium Spectra
  • Track 5-7Astrometry
  • Track 5-8Celestial Mechanics
  • Track 5-9Telescopes

Space weather is defined as the circumstances and phenomena in space and precisely in the near-earth environment that may disturb space assets or space operations. Space weather may also influence spacecraft and ground-based systems. Space weather is also influenced by phenomena such as solar flare activity, energetic particle events, ionospheric variability, and geophysical actions.

  • Track 6-1Solar wind
  • Track 6-2Solar spectrum
  • Track 6-3Weather satellite
  • Track 6-4Geomagnetic storm
  • Track 6-5Effect on spacecraft
  • Track 6-6Seismology
  • Track 6-7Volcanology
  • Track 6-8Aerospace

Optimal design is the investigation of the movement of air, especially its cooperation with a strong question, for example, a plane wing. It is a sub-field of liquid elements and gas elements, and numerous parts of optimal design hypothesis are regular to these fields. This term streamlined features is regularly utilized synonymously with gas elements, the distinction being that "gas elements" applies to the investigation of the movement all things considered, and isn't constrained to air.

  • Track 7-1Aero-acoustics
  • Track 7-2Design and Modelling of Aircraft and Helicopter Engines
  • Track 7-3Supersonic, Transonic, and Subsonic Aerodynamics
  • Track 7-4Rocket Aerodynamics
  • Track 7-5Race car design and optimization
  • Track 7-6Parachute Design
  • Track 7-7Wind energy and design

Astrophysics only deals with the cosmic rays from the space. With the measurement of these particles allows us to study the elementary particle physics and also the fundamental issues of cosmology. There are such examples for astroparticle physics such as dark matter and antimatter which probe the measurement of neutrinos from outer space and the highest-energy cosmic rays. In recent years the evolution of the universe has taken remarkable strides .While in case of the gravitational force which is only known to provide a very accurate description of the formation of large scale structure like galaxy clusters and at various interplay with the particle physics which has been crucial. With our knowledge the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation combined with the other data such as the apparent acceleration of distant supernovae which suggests that the universe is well described by an early period of inflation.

  • Track 8-1Galaxy
  • Track 8-2Copernican Principle
  • Track 8-3General Relativity
  • Track 8-4Big Bang Theory
  • Track 8-5Spacetime
  • Track 8-6Early Universe
  • Track 8-7Large-scale objects

In the high-energy nuclear physics we probe that nuclear matter is on the level of its fundamental constituents such as quarks and gluons. The phase transition between de confined quark-gluon matter, normal quark-gluon matter and normal nuclear matter is called as Quark Gluon Plasma. In the very high energy collisions of heavy nuclei quarks and gluons are released from the hadronic bounds of matter and therefore the new state of matter is formed which is also called as Quark-gluon plasma. The transition from the hadronic matter where neutrons, protons and other hadrons are individual particles to the quark-gluon plasma phase which is a definite prediction to the theory of strong interactions. Generally the high energy collisions of heavy nuclei that is plasma which lives only for 10-22 sec because it gets back to the hadronic phase when its rapid expansion is cooled down.

  • Track 9-1Black hole spin
  • Track 9-2Ultra-high energy cosmic rays
  • Track 9-3Gamma ray experiments
  • Track 9-4Gamma ray bursts theory
  • Track 9-5Cosmic ray theory
  • Track 9-6Active Galactic Nuclei
  • Track 9-7Accretion
  • Track 9-8Gamma Ray Bursts
  • Track 9-9Gamma Ray Bursts
  • Track 9-10Cosmic Ray Acceleration
  • Track 9-11Supermassive Black Hole Evolution

Optical astronomy provides both the most breath-taking images which we see and the simplest information we know about our solar system, the Milky Way, and even all the galaxies surrounding us. Optical astronomy is very limited by both the relative narrowness of the optical spectrum and the fact that the Earth's individual atmosphere blocks out and it bounces around some of this light, distorting the image which we see. In addition, the human presence is also a problem for the optical observing, as light pollution also severely limits the quality of data you can collect.

  • Track 10-1Infrared telescope
  • Track 10-2Photometry
  • Track 10-3Spectral lines
  • Track 10-4Galilean telescope
  • Track 10-5Hubble Space Telescope
  • Track 10-6Microgravity

Radio astronomy is conducted only using the large radio antennas referred to as radio telescopes that are either used singularly, or within multiple linked telescopes utilizing the techniques of radio interferometry and aperture synthesis. The use of the interferometry allows radio astronomy to achieve high angular resolution, and also as the resolving power of an interferometer which is set by the distance between its components, rather than the size of its components.

  • Track 11-1Radio telescopes
  • Track 11-2Aperture synthesis
  • Track 11-3Radio Interferometry
  • Track 11-4Milky Way
  • Track 11-5X-ray astronomy
  • Track 11-6Hydrogeology

The study of solar physics plays a very vital role and it is believed that varies in the solar atmosphere and solar activity can have a foremost impact on Earth's climate. The Sun also offers a "physical laboratory" for the study of plasma physics. The Sun is exclusively situated for close-range observing (other stars cannot be determined with anything like the spatial resolution that the Sun can), there is a split between the related discipline of observational astrophysics and solar physics.

  • Track 12-1Solar System: Formation
  • Track 12-2Planets and Satellites: Formation
  • Track 12-3Planets: Rings
  • Track 12-4Moon
  • Track 12-5Minor planets and asteroids
  • Track 12-6Meteors and Meteoroids
  • Track 12-7Kuiper Belt
  • Track 12-8Interplanetary medium
  • Track 12-9Comets
  • Track 12-10Earth
  • Track 12-11Solar storm

The world is made up of space plasma. Plasma is the word given to the fourth state of matter such as solids, liquids, gaseous, and plasma. Accordingly in the Space Plasma Physics Group we study the plasmas in the Earth's magnetosphere and the solar wind, and what happens and how they react when they interact? Space physics is different from other areas of astrophysics which we study same phenomena, and in that space physics exploits in situ measurements from high elevated rockets and spacecraft.

  • Track 13-1Plasma potential
  • Track 13-2Magnetization
  • Track 13-3Plasmas in astronomy and astrophysics
  • Track 13-4Artificial plasmas

Satellite Communication process has become a wide range throughout the worldwide for such various applications like DTH Broadcasting, Television, VSAT and DSNG to exploit the unique capabilities in terms of outreach and coverage. The technology has developed significantly over past three decades and it is being used on profitable basis for a large number of applications.

  • Track 14-1Geostationary orbit
  • Track 14-2Climate & Environment
  • Track 14-3Disaster Management Support
  • Track 14-4Tele-Medicine and Tele-Education
  • Track 14-5Satellite Aided Search and Rescue
  • Track 14-6GPS for safe transport of hazardous materials
  • Track 14-7Telemetry
  • Track 14-8Attitude and Orbit Control System
  • Track 14-9Earth observation satellite
  • Track 14-10Satellite Communications

Infrared astronomy began in the 1830s, which a few decades after the discovery of infrared light by William Herschel in 1800. Early advancement was limited, and it was not until the early 20th century that conclusive discoveries of astronomical objects other than the Sun and Moon were noticed in infrared light. After some of the discoveries which were made in the 1950s and 1960s in radio astronomy, the astronomers realized that the information available outside the visible wavelength range, and modern infrared astronomy was recognized.

  • Track 15-1Infrared spectroscopy
  • Track 15-2Astronomical interferometers
  • Track 15-3Star clusters
  • Track 15-4Spectral index
  • Track 15-5Raman spectroscopy