Astronomy and Astrophysics is a a European Journal that publishes papers on all aspects of astronomy and astrophysics. From the theoretical to the observational, via the instrumental, readers will find everything they’ve been wondering about.
Astronomy is the oldest of the established sciences, allowing us to observe the sky, stars, and their chemical and physical properties. Thanks to mankind’s inventiveness, we’ve been able to situate ourselves in time and space, and have learned to describe and explain how our system works. Indeed, this science has been constructed upon numerous observations made from the ground, supplemented by voyages into space. Constantly and quickly expanding, this field of research and exploration has at its disposal a myriad of tools and techniques.
Astronomy and Astrophysics publishes twelve issues a year, in order to keep readers up-to-date on all the latest techniques and discoveries in the domain. Astrophysics is an essential part of astronomical sciences, delving into the deep physics of nature, and it’s not neglected here. In fact, it’s an essential part of our understanding of the lives of stars. This scientific journal is the result of an international collaboration between France, Germany, the Netherlands, and Switzerland. It seeks to inform and enthuse its public.