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As an international key journal on scientific space research, its purpose is to provide a comprehensive synthesis of the various branches of the subject. The emphasis is on scientific results and instruments in the fields of astrophysics, physics of planetary systems, solar physics, and physics of magnetospheres & interplanetary matter. Space Science Reviews publishes review articles and topical collections led by expert guest editors.
Commonly used title abbreviations: SSRv, Space Sci. Rev.
Established in 1962
Synthesizes contemporary space research
Wide-ranging coverage includes astrophysics, physics of planetary systems, solar physics, and physics of magnetospheres and interplanetary matter
Publishes reviews articles and topical collections It has an SJR impact factor of 2,768.
Space Science Reviews focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: current, transport, science, sheet’s, solar, studies, sun’s, sungrazers, sunskirters, systemnanoflares, ...
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Open Access Policy: Open Choice
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2,768SJR Impact factor
65Total Docs (Last Year)
281Total Docs (3 years)
2747Total Cites (3 years)
270Citable Docs (3 years)
9.49Cites/Doc (2 years)
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How Operational Oceanography Can Benefit from Dynamic Topography Estimates as Derived from Altimetry and Improved GeoidView more
Error Characteristics Estimated from Champ, GRACE and GOCE Derived Geoids and from Satellite Altimetry Derived Mean Dynamic TopographyView more
II: SOLID EARTH PHYSICS: Long Wavelength Sea Level and Solid Surface Perturbations Driven by Polar Ice Mass Variations: Fingerprinting Greenland and Antarctic Ice Sheet FluxView more
Gravity Field Recovery from GRACE: Unique Aspects of the High Precision Inter-Satellite Data and Analysis MethodsView more
Resolution Needed for an Adequate Determination of the Mean Ocean Circulation from Altimetry and an Improved GeoidView more
The Potential of GOCE in Constraining the Structure of the Crust and Lithosphere from Post-Glacial ReboundView more