Aim & Scope

Discovery Universe is an international journal, publish original innovative and groundbreaking research and reviews belonging to the totality of everything that exists, including all matter and energy (dark energy and light energy), contents of intergalactic space, space-time, size, age, structure, origin, evolution, chemical elements, expansion, discovery of alien species and also universe with diverse and multiverse theories, models, physical laws, philosophies, cosmologies and cosmogonies. Discovery Universe has been developed to facilitate exchange of information about the latest and future discoveries and stimulate the global research activities on earth and universe.

Origin

  • Beginning of the universe
  • Cosmogony, any theory concerning the origin of the universe
  • Cosmology, the study of the universe and humanity's place in it

Evolution

  • Evolutionary Universe (Big Bang, Planck epoch, Grand unification epoch, Electroweak epoch (Inflationary epoch, Reheating, Baryogenesis), Quark epoch, Hadron epoch, Lepton epoch, Photon epoch (Big Bang nucleosynthesis, Matter domination, Recombination), Dark ages, Reionization)
  • Evolution of Earth & Universe (Earth → Solar System → Local Interstellar Cloud → Local Bubble → Gould Belt → Orion Arm → Milky Way → Milky Way subgroup → Local Group → Virgo Supercluster → Laniakea Supercluster → Observable universe → Universe → Multiverse)

Infinity

  • Infinite expansion & extension of Universe (Planets → Stars → Galaxies → Universe → Multiverse → Polyverse → Omniverse → Omegaverse → Infinity…..)

Astronomy

  • Stellar astronomy - the study of stars
  • Solar astronomy - the study of our Sun
  • Planetary science - the study of planets, especially those other than Earth
  • Galactic astronomy - the study of our Milky Way Galaxy
  • Extragalactic astronomy - the study of the larger universe beyond the Milky Way
  • Physical cosmology - the study of the Universe as a whole.

Astronautics

  • Astronautics – science and engineering of spacefaring and spaceflight, a subset of Aerospace engineering (which includes atmospheric flight)
  • Aerospace engineering
  • Control engineering
  • Orbital mechanics
  • Spacecraft design for launch vehicles and satellites
  • Space environment - study of conditions that affect the operation of spacecraft
  • Spacecraft propulsion
  • Space food
  • Space logistics
  • Space medicine

Interdisciplinary fields

  • Astrobiology
  • Astrochemistry or Cosmochemistry
  • Astrophysics - the intersection of physics and space science, the study of the physics of extraterrestrial objects and interstitial spaces
  • Space plasma physics
  • Orbital mechanics or astrodynamics, which also has applications to spacecraft
  • Planetary science - overlaps with Earth science
  • Planetary geology
  • Micro-g environment research
  • Forensic astronomy
  • Space archaeology - the study of human artifacts in outer space
  • Archaeoastronomy - the history of human understanding of the universe

By approach

  • Observational astronomy - Observatories on the ground as well as space observatories take measurements of celestial entities and phenomena
  • Astrometry - studies the position and movements of celestial objects
  • Amateur astronomy
  • Theoretical astronomy - mathematical modelling of celestial entities and phenomena

Other fields

  • Outline of aerospace
  • Space Sciences Laboratory - University of California, Berkeley
  • Space exploration - includes scientific investigations through manned spaceflight and space probes
  • Space colonization
  • Commercialization of space
  • Space manufacturing
  • Space tourism
  • Space warfare
  • Alien invasion
  • Asteroid-impact avoidance
  • Space law
  • Remote sensing
  • Planetarium - A synthetic observatory, used for education and presentations