Techniques and Science Exploitations for Earth Observation and Planetary Exploration
Over the last 50 years, our knowledge of the Earth and planets within our solar system has hugely increased as a direct result of satellite missions sent to space to act as our eyes. Many novel scientific discoveries and engineering breakthroughs benefit from the availability of the vast volume of spaceborne data, but on the other hand, they are hugely underexploited due to the limitation of processing capacity of computing-based data handling and interpretations.
We would like to invite you to submit articles relating to previous and new satellite missions, new science results, and novel methods and/or their applications for Earth observation and planetary exploration. We seek original research covering all aspects of satellite missions, Earth observation, planetary science, planetary remote sensing, geographic information system science, new techniques, and novel applications of satellite data processing techniques.
We look forward to receiving your submissions, which will be vigorously triaged and reviewed within a much shorter turnaround time than most current journals in this field.
Dr. Yu Tao
Dr. Siting Xiong
Dr. Rui Song
- earth observation
- satellite remote sensing
- planetary science
- planetary remote sensing
- solar system
- satellite data processing
- machine learning and deep learning
- planetary mapping
- remote sensing data science
|Journal Name||Impact Factor||CiteScore||Launched Year||First Decision (median)||APC|
|2.6||3.0||2014||24.5 Days||CHF 2400||Submit|
|2.7||4.5||2011||15.8 Days||CHF 2300||Submit|
|5.0||7.9||2009||21.1 Days||CHF 2700||Submit|
|3.9||6.8||2001||16.4 Days||CHF 2600||Submit|
|2.9||3.6||2015||17.6 Days||CHF 2400||Submit|
|2.6||4.6||2016||21 Days||CHF 1600||Submit|
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