“2nd International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Space Science”, is scheduled during September 26-27, 2022. Astronomy Conference 2022 runs with the theme “Astronomy, Astrophysics, And Space Science - Dynamic and Rapidly Evolving Fields”. We are grinning to welcome all the leading researchers, delegates, scientists, scholars, and professors to take part in this approaching conference to witness precious scientific discussions and bestow the future improvement in the field of Astronomy, Astrophysics, and Space Science. This Conference will prominence on the informative research on its impact on clinical outcomes, through poster and oral demonstrations, educational workshop sessions, and noteworthy plenary presentations. Astronomy 2022 is a perfect podium to find out how Astronomy, Astrophysics, and Space Science research advances obliging to science, space technology, and human society. Astronomy Conference will mainly highlight the recent matters during the event, which reflect present education, developments, research, and innovations globally in the field of Astronomy, Astrophysics, and Space Science.
Track1 Planetary Science:
Planetary science is the finding out about the celestial bodies that orbit stars, with a unique centre of attention on our personal photovoltaic system.
Planetary scientists work to enhance our perception of the planets, satellites, and smaller bodies in the photovoltaic machine through:
- Studying the atmospheres, surfaces, and interiors of planets,
- Understanding the origins of planets and the physical processes at work, and
- Using radar to determine the physical characteristics of asteroids and to search for asteroids that may pose a hazard to Earth.
Track 2 Solar Astronomy:
Solar astronomy is the radiation astronomy of the star, Sol, regularly known as the Sun. Solar astronomy deals with superior astrophysical factors of Solar physics, and books that supply very fundamental know-how about the Sun.
Track 3 Solar System formation and Evolution:
The formation and evolution of the Solar System started out 4.5 billion years in the past with the gravitational giving way of a small phase of a large molecular cloud. Most of the collapsing mass gathered in the centre, forming the Sun, whilst the relaxation flattened into a protoplanetary disk out of which the planets, moons, asteroids, and different small Solar systems our bodies formed. The Solar System has advanced appreciably for the reason that its preliminary formation. Many moons have shaped from circling discs of gasoline and dirt around their guardian planets, whilst different moons are concept to have shaped independently and later been captured by way of their planets.
Track 4 Big Bang Theory:
The Big Bang Theory is the leading clarification about how the universe began. At its simplest, it says the universe as we comprehend it started out with a small singularity, then inflated over the subsequent 13.8 billion years to the cosmos that we understand today. No one used to be there to endure witness, of course, however, physicists and astronomers are assured that the Big Bang idea or model, as they regularly name it gives a correct photograph of how the cosmos came into existence.
Track 5 Magnetohydrodynamics:
Magnetohydrodynamics MHD; also, magneto-fluid dynamics or hydromagnetic is the learning about the magnetic homes and behaviour of electrically conducting fluids. Examples of such magneto fluids encompass plasmas, liquid metals, salt water, and electrolytes.
The Cosmic Microwave Background radiation, or CMB for short, is a faint glow of mild that fills the universe, falling on Earth from each path with almost uniform intensity. It is the residual warmness of creation--the afterglow of the big bang--streaming via area these closing 14 billion years like the warmth from a sun-warmed rock, reradiated at night.
Track 7 Aerospace Engineering:
Aerospace engineering, moreover regarded as aeronautical engineering, or astronautical engineering concerns engineering worried with the design, development, construction, testing, and operation of automobiles walking in the Earth’s surroundings or in outer space. In 1958 the first definition of aerospace engineering appeared, questioning the Earth’s ecosystem and the place above it as a single realm for the enhancement of flight vehicles. The roots of aeronautical engineering can be traced to the early days of mechanical engineering, to inventors’ concepts, and to the preliminary research of aerodynamics, a department of theoretical physics.
Track 8 Gravitational Waves:
Gravitational waves are disturbances in the curvature of spacetime, generated with the aid of accelerated masses, that propagate as waves outward from their supply at the velocity of light. Gravitational waves are 'ripples' in space-time triggered via some of the most violent and vigorous tactics in the Universe. The strongest gravitational waves are produced by using cataclysmic occasions such as colliding black holes, supernovae (massive stars exploding at the give up of their lifetimes), and colliding neutron stars.
Track 9 Nuclear Astrophysics:
Nuclear astrophysics is the finding out about nuclear-level methods that manifest naturally in space. Notably, this consists of an appreciation of the chain of fusion events, or nucleosynthesis, that takes place in stars, and how this can be detected from a distance with the aid of measuring the radiation these methods produce. Its objectives are to apprehend how strength is generated in stars and the starting place of the chemical elements.
Track 10 Optical Astronomy and Optoelectronics:
Optical astronomy explains the use of telescopes and recording media that imprisoned seen light. Optoelectronics is the finding out about and submission of digital units and structures that supply notice and manage light, usually regarded as a sub-field of photonics.
Track 11 Cosmology:
Cosmology is the study of the nature of the universe as a whole entity. Cosmology is the field of study that brings together the natural sciences, particularly astronomy and physics, in a joint effort to understand the physical universe as a unified whole.
Track 12 High-Energy Astrophysics:
High Energy Astrophysics explores energetic events in the Universe with energies extending from the far UV through the keV X-rays and into the Y-ray band. High-energy astrophysics has unveiled a Universe very different from that only known from optical observations.
Track 13 Astrochemistry and Astrobiology:
Astrochemistry definition, a branch of astronomy and chemistry dealing with the chemical composition and evolution of the universe and its parts and
Astrobiology, also called exobiology or xenobiology a multidisciplinary field dealing with nature, existence, and the search for extraterrestrial life.
Astrochemistry & Astrobiology, the fascinating disciplines that strive to unravel the origin of life, have opened unprecedented and unpredicted vistas into exotic compounds as well as extreme or complex reaction conditions of potential relevance for a broad variety of applications.
Track 14 Stellar Astronomy:
Stellar Astronomy is a branch of astronomy that studies the general regularities in the structure, composition, dynamics, and evolution of stellar systems and investigates the applications of these principles in our stellar system the Milky Way Galaxy. Stellar astronomy closely interacts with other branches of astronomy, astrometry, and astrophysics in the determination of stellar characteristics.
Track 15 Space Technologies:
The rapid progress made in Space Technology led to extraordinary accomplishments for the whole human race, such as the Moon landing. Space technology is a technology that is related to entering and retrieving objects or life forms from space.
Track 16 Geophysics:
Geophysics is a branch of earth science dealing with the physical processes and phenomena occurring especially in the earth and in its vicinity. It deals with the physics of the earth and its atmosphere, including oceanography, seismology, volcanology, and geomagnetism.
Track 17 Quantum Mechanics:
Quantum mechanics is the study of the motion of objects that are atomic or subatomic in size and thus demonstrate wave-particle duality. Quantum mechanics, a science dealing with the behaviour of matter and light on the atomic and subatomic scale.
The Global Astronomical Telescope Market is projected to grow from 207.1 thousand units in 2018 to 427.4 thousand units in 2026 with a CAGR of 9.2% over the forecast period. The market is forecasted to reach USD 345.1 Million by 2026, according to a new report by Reports and Data. This can be mainly contributed by the development of astronomical research and increasing scope of amateur astronomy, rise in the interest for astrophotography and attention garnered due to sci-fi films and comic cons. The technological and scientific development in astronomy, mainly in areas such as electronics & optics have become an essential part of our daily life. Applications such as mobile phones, personal computers, global positioning systems (GPS), communication satellites, solar panels, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners are gaining popularity in several sectors of the market. Astronomy is not one of economic measure even after providing a wealth of substantial, technological, and monetary gains.
Solar System formation and Evolution
Big Bang Theory
Cosmic Microwave Background and Radiation
Optical Astronomy and Optoelectronics
Astrochemistry and Astrobiology