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A Brief Introduction to Chinese Journal of Space Science

1. General Information

Journal Title: Chinese Journal of Space Science  (空间科学学报)

Sponsorship: National Space Science Center (Formerly known as Center for Space Science and Applied Research), Chinese Academy of Sciences; 

                      Chinese Society of Space Research

Editor-in-Chief: Z.X. Liu

Executive Deputy Editor-in-Chief:  J. Wu

Deputy Editor-in-Chief: Y. D. Gu,  Joe Kan, Q. S. Liu,  Z. Y. Ouyang,    

                                      Z. Y. Pu,  H. X. Sun,  C. Wang,  Z. Xiao    

Start Publication:1981

Print Number: ISSN 0254-6124, CN 11-1783/V

Format: 16

Price: ¥60.00

2.  Editorial Board

The Editorial Board is composed of nationwide famous experts on space science and academic leaders on related subject.  Several international experts are also invited to join the Board.

The current Editor-in-Chief is Prof. Zhenxing Liu, an academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences. Prof. Liu is also the Project Scientist of the Double Star Project.

3.  Description

Chinese Journal of Space Science (CJSS) is an authoritative scholarly journal in the field of space science under the auspices of Chinese Society of Space Research and sponsored by the National Space Science Center (Formerly known as Center for Space Science and Applied Research), Chinese Academy of Sciences. Established in 1981, this bimonthly-published journal aims to report new research results achieved in the field of space sciences in China. Both theoretical and applied researches, either on natural processes of the space itself, and any other phenomena occurred in this special environment are included. The specific areas cover the solar-terrestrial space physics, space weather and space environment, solar system and planetary science, microgravity science, space life science, space chemistry, Earth observation science, fundamental physics in space, space astronomy and space experiment and application related technology.  JSS is covered in many indexing and abstracting systems, such as the Database of Chinese Key Journals, Chinese Scientific Citation, Chinese Physics Abstract, Chinese Astronomy Abstract, UK Scientific Abstracts (SA), US Chemistry Abstract (CA), German Astronomy and Astrophysics Abstracts (AAA) etc. The potential readers include all researchers, engineers, university teachers and students, administrators in the field concerned.

4.  Contact Information

Address:  1 NanErTiao, ZhongGuanCun, P.O.Box 8701, Beijing, China 100190

Tel: 86-10-62582788

Fax: 86-10-62582691




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