Technologies and society.
Survival of the colonies.
Travel in space.
Accidents and their prevention.
The first states space colonies.
The wars between the colonies.
Stellar systems colonization
Stellar systems colonization is so distant prospect that it seems fantastic. On the other hand, in the 50-ies of the twentieth century, people couldn’t even dream about the iPhone, iPad and other gadgets, because even in the most advanced minds of that time wasn’t the conceptual dictionary, which allowed to formulate some modern gadgets principles. A big problem of other star systems colonization isn’t so much a question of time, but of creation the hyperspace engine.
Certainly, the first colonizers of the Solar System planets and satellites are astronauts, engineers, scientists, soldiers, workers who will test and adapt technologies for the support livelihoods to tough conditions on planets and satellites. Our journal shows different opinions about the ways of colonization and the required technologies. The Solar System colonization is the first step to development of other star systems.
Solar System colonization
Will people, in the near future, be able to create colonies on the Moon, Mars or even the satellites of Jupiter and Saturn? In order to answer this, people from all over the world will need to contribute to the solving of many diverse and complicated problems. For example, the means of delivering explorers and migrants (space vehicles and systems) needs to be developed which will provide protection from harsh radiation and space debris while traveling through the Solar System.
The Space Colonization Journal provides a platform from which other examples and a variety of opinions can be shared and discussed within the community.
Welcome to the Space Colonization Journal (Other names are Journal of Space Colonization and Space Colonization Scientific Journal. The short title is Space Colon. Jour. or Space Col. Jour. Please, see here). The Space Colonization Journal is an open-access, single-blind peer-reviewed science journal. The Space Colonization Journal offers readers and authors a platform for discussing scientific ideas and concepts relating to space colonization and exploration free of charge (no subscription or submission fees). All manuscript once published are presented in pdf format. Journal reviewers are world-class scientists, who have spent their careers in science, spacecraft design and space engineering. The Journal's primary publishing focus involves articles on space colonization, in particular planetary colonization (e.g., Mars, Moon and other planets and satellites of our Solar System). Additional topics include colonization problems and prospects, robotics, ongoing space exploration projects, problems relating to living in outer space, and flights and technologies for going beyond our Solar System. ISSN/e-ISSN: 2053-1737. The Space Colonization Journal follows high Anglo-Saxon standards (standards that follow from the Anglo-Saxon model), and therefore, world standards specified by such editions as Science and Nature.
Are you confused about a name for our journal? Then we remind you that the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics have advanced even further. They have the Space Colonization Technical Committee. Moreover, NASA has a big base of bibliography on space colonization.