Thursday, 02. May 2019, London, 3rd International Conference on Astronomy and Space Science (CSE)

3rd International Conference on Astronomy and Space Science
About ConferenceConference Series LLC warmly invites all the participants to attend "3rd International Conference on Astronomy and Space Science" during May 02-03, 2019 at London, 2019 conference will be a common platform for leading researchers, scholars, scientists, professors, 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 2019 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 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 and Space Audience· Professors. Researchers· Scientists· Space Engineers· Mechanical Engineers· Design Engineers· Students· Managers & Business Intelligence Experts. Advertising and Promotion Agency ExecutivesSessions/TracksWith Immense pleasure and support of Conference Series LLC Ltd and organizing committee members, we welcome you to attend the "3rd International Conference on Astronomy and Space Science 2019", going to be held on May 02-03, 2019 London, UK. 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 2019 looks forward to more than 200 participants around the globe with thoughtful Keynote speeches, Oral, Video and Poster presentations. The attending delegates comprise 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 1: AstronomyAstronomy is a natural science that studies celestial substances and phenomena. It applies physics, chemistry, and mathematics in an effort to explain the origin of those substances and phenomena and their evolution. Objects of interest include galaxies, planets, stars, moons, and comets. And theis phenomena include gamma ray bursts, supernova explosions and cosmic microwave background radiation. In additional, all phenomena that originate outside the Earth's atmosphere are within the purview of 2: The UniverseThe term “Universe” is all of the space time and its fillings which include several planets, galaxies, moons, and stars, and the contents of intergalactic space and all the energy and the matter. While the size of the entire Universe is still unidentified, it is possible to measure the observable universe. Discoveries in the initial 20th century have suggested that the Universe had a beginning and that it is expanding at an increasing rate. The majority of the mass in the Universe appears to exist in an unknown form called dark 3: ExoplanetAn Exoplanet or Extrasolar planet is a planet outside of the solar system that orbits a star. The first evidence of an exoplanet was noted as early as 1917, but was not recognized as such. Though, the first scientific detection of an exoplanet was in 1988. Soon afterwards, the first confirmed detection was in 1992. As of December 1st 2017, there are 3,710 planets in 2,780 systems, with 621 systems having more than one planet. The discovery of the exoplanets has supported interest in the search for extraterrestrial 4: Astronomical SpectroscopyAstronomical spectroscopy is the study of astronomy which radiates from the stars and other hot cosmic substances by the means of spectroscopy to measure the spectrum of electromagnetic radiation and it includes visible light & radio. Spectroscopy can also be used to initiate many properties of galaxies & distant stars such as their chemical composition, temperature, distance, density, mass, and relative motion using Doppler shift 5: Space WeatherSpace weather is the study of aeronomy & space physics concerned with the time varying circumstances within the Solar System, and it includes the solar wind, emphasizing the space surrounding the Earth, including circumstances in the magnetosphere, ionosphere, thermosphere, and exosphere. Space weather is different from the terrestrial weather of the Earth's atmosphere (stratosphere and troposphere). The science of space weather is focused on the fundamental research and the practical applications. The term “space weather” was first used in 1950s and came into common usage in the 6: Astro-particle Physics & CosmologyAstrophysics is also as called particle astrophysics and it is the branch of particle physics that studies the elementary particles of astronomical origin and it also studies that how the astrophysics and cosmology are inter related. In the quantum world, the particle physicists have developed a standard model to describe the properties of matter. This model particularly explains how the particles are made from two or three quarks. The three of the fundamental forces of physics and also the quarks and leptons are the main components of this standard model. To describe the bulk properties of the universe, cosmologists have developed a standard model. The term Cosmology is the study of the origin, evolution, and eventual fate of the universe. In other terms cosmology is scientifically and scholarly the study of the origin, large-scale structures and 7: High Energy Nuclear PhysicsHigh energy nuclear physics studies about the behavior of nuclear matter in energy regimes. The most primary focus of this field is the study of heavy ion collisions and as compared to the lower atomic mass of atoms in other particle accelerators. At the very sufficient collision energies there are many of these types of collisions which is mainly theorized to produce the quark -gluon nuclear physics has been only devoted to study about the nuclei which are gently carried out. Using the high energy beams of heavy nuclei ions we can create states of nuclear matter that are very far removed from the ground state. At the very sufficient high densities and temperatures, the neutrons and the protons should melt into their constituent quarks and gluons. In the very high energy collisions of heavy nuclei the quarks and gluons are released from their hadronic bounds and forms a new state of matter which is generally called as Quark-gluon 8: Optical AstronomyOptical astronomy is one of the studies of the observable part of the electromagnetic spectrum with the wavelengths of approximately 400 nm (purple) to 700 nm (red). Radio wavelengths are much longer than the radio spectrum which ranges from approximately one millimeter to hundreds of meters. Optical telescopes are mostly recognizable, as they are very similar to those who use in their own 9: Radio AstronomyRadio astronomy is a subfield of astronomy that studies celestial substances at radio frequencies. The first discovery of the radio waves from an astronomical object was in 1932, when Karl Jansky at Bell Telephone Laboratories observed radiation coming from the Milky Way. Following, the observations have identified a number of different sources of radio emission. These also include stars and galaxies, as well as the entire new classes of the objects, such as radio galaxies, pulsars, quasars, and masers. The detection of the cosmic microwave background radiation, regarded as the evidence for the Big Bang theory, was made through radio 10: Solar AstronomySolar physics is the branch of astrophysics that emphases in the study of the Sun. It contracts with the comprehensive measurements that are possible only for our closest star. It intersects with many disciplines of astrophysics, pure physics, and computer science, including fluid dynamics, magnetohydrodynamics, plasma physics including seismology, particle physics, nuclear physics, atomic physics, stellar evolution, space physics, radiative transfer, spectroscopy, applied optics, computer vision, signal processing, computational physics, stellar physics and solar 11: Plasma and Space PhysicsSpace physics is the study of plasmas as they occur naturally in the Earth's upper atmosphere. Accordingly, it includes a far-ranging number of topics, such as heliophysics which also includes the solar physics of the Sun: the solar wind, auroras, cosmic rays, planetary magnetospheres and ionospheres, and synchrotron radiation. Space physics is also the fundamental part of the study of space weather and has a significant implication not only to understand the universe, but also to the real-world everyday life, including the operation of infrastructures and weather 12: Satellite CommunicationThe term “Satellite Communication” is an artificial satellite that amplifies & communicates radio telecommunications signals through transponder, and also it creates a communication channel between transmitter source and a receiver end at the different positions on the Earth. Communications satellites are used for television, telephone, internet, radio, and many other military applications. There are all around 2,000 communications satellites in Earth’s orbit, and are interconnected and used by both private and government 13: Infrared AstronomyInfrared astronomy is the study astronomy and astrophysics that studies astronomical substances noticeable in infrared radiation. The infrared light ranges from 0.75 mm to 300 mm of wavelength. Infrared decreases in between the visible radiation which ranges from 380 nm to 750 nm waves. Optical Infrared astronomy and are often practiced using the same telescopes, and as the same mirrors or lenses which are usually effective over a wavelength range that includes both visible and infrared light.
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