Many new instruments for observing astronomical objects at a variety of wavelengths have been and are continually being developed. Consequently, a vast amount of effort is being put into new data analysis techniques to cope with rivers of data collected by these instruments.
Experimental Astronomy is a medium for the publication of papers of contemporary scientific interest on astrophysical instrumentation and methods necessary for the conduct of astronomy at all wavelength fields.
Experimental Astronomy publishes full-length articles, research letters and reviews on developments in detection techniques, instruments, and data analysis and image processing techniques. Occasional special issues are published, giving an in-depth presentation of the instrumentation and/or analysis connected with specific projects, such as satellite experiments or ground-based telescopes, or of specialized techniques.
Commonly used title abbreviations: Exp. Astron., Exp Astron, ExA
- Reports on progress in astrophysical instrumentation and methods needed to conduct astronomy at all wavelength fields
- Covers detection techniques, instruments, and data analysis and image processing techniques
- Presents full-length articles, research letters and reviews and occasional special in-depth issues on specific projects and techniques
- Features short publication times after acceptance and colour printing free of charge
- Peter von Ballmoos
- Publishing model
- Hybrid. Open Access options available
- 1.69 (2018)
- Impact factor
- 2.143 (2018)
- Five year impact factor
- 93 days
- Submission to first decision
- 190 days
- Submission to acceptance
- 58,182 (2018)