From the Editor-in-Chief
Dear scientists, researchers, reviewers and readers of the Nigerian Journal of Space Research (NJSR), it is with great sense of responsibility and enthusiasm that I welcome you all to our journal. To say the least, I am very much delighted to assume the position of Chief editor of this journal. Within the period of over ten years existence of NJSR, covering scientific researches in various areas of space science and technology, the journal has kept its primary objective as a professional medium for the publication/dissemination of the scientific works, findings and discoveries of scientists and researchers in Nigeria and other parts of the world.
In these years, The NJSR through dedication and zeal for professionalism has gone through different positive stages of development pioneered by devout and capable editorial team and reviewers of which we are most grateful for their creative contribution. The most recent development in the NJSR is the acquisition of a wed presence via https://www.njsr.org.ng, the Online Print ISSN: 2550-7893, newly constituted editorial board, reviewers and a change in the cover page design as a sign of the dynamism of the Journal……Read more
Aims and Objectives
NJSR serves as a medium or channel for the publication/dissemination of the works, findings and discoveries of researchers in Nigeria and other parts of the world in various areas of space science. Currently, NJSR is the only such important publication medium in Nigeria. Scientists/researchers themselves, during the workshop organized by NASRDA-CBSS in July 2004, identified the urgent need to have this journal. The Journal publishes original papers, editorials, news, conferences and career/professional information that are relevant to space Scientists/Researchers in Africa and the world.
Print ISSN: 0794 – 4489
Electronic ISSN: 2550 – 7893
Authors should prepare their manuscripts according to the instructions given in the authors’ guidelines. Manuscripts which do not conform to the format and style of the Journal may be returned to the authors for revision or rejected. The Journal reserves the right to make any further formal changes and language corrections necessary in a manuscript accepted for publication so that it conforms to the formatting requirements of the Journal.
Instructions to Authors
The NJSR publishes papers in all aspects of Space Science and fields closely related to them. Papers should contain the results of original works, which have neither been previously published nor are to be published elsewhere. Manuscripts must be written in English, and preferably typeset with Microsoft Word or Latex. It should be one and half-line spaced.
NJSR Scope and Areas of Coverage
The Nigerian Journal of Space Research (NJSR) is a peer reviewed journal published by National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA). The journal publishes papers related but not limited to the following areas: Environmental Science, Satellite Technology, Remote Sensing, Atmospheric Sciences, Meteorology, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Space Instrumentation/Electronics/Software Development, Geodesy and Geo-dynamics, Space Science Technology and Applications, Rocketry, Space Science Education, Space Transport and Propulsion, UAV Technology, Aircraft Engineering, Geographic Information system (GIS), Cosmology, Planetary Science, Atmospheric Science.
NJSR Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement
The Nigerian Journal of Space Research (NJSR) and its publisher, National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA), follows the guidelines proposed by Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).