Journal of Physics Research and Applications on Astrophysics


Journal of Physics Research and Application is a peer-reviewed multidisciplinary scholarly journal aims to publish reliable source of scientific information on Physics Research and applied fields. The journal accepts almost all types of write-ups like research articles, review, case reports, commentary, letter to editor, mini review, opinion, short communication, book review, editorials etc. in the field of recent developments in physical science technology.

Astrophysics is a branch of space science that applies the laws of physics and chemistry to explain the birth, life and death of stars, planets, galaxies, nebulae and other objects in the universe. It has two sibling sciences, astronomy and cosmology, and the lines between them blur.

In the most rigid sense: Astronomy measures positions, luminosities, motions and other characteristics, Astrophysics creates physical theories of small to medium-size structures in the universe, Cosmology does this for the largest structures, and the universe as a whole.

Most recent finding is mystery about sun’s magnetic waves:

For more than 60 years observations of the Sun have shown that as the magnetic waves leave the interior of the Sun they grow in strength but until now there has been no solid observational evidence as to why this was the case. The corona's high temperatures have also always been a mystery. Usually the closer we are to a heat source, the warmer we feel. However, this is the opposite of what seems to happen on the Sun -- its outer layers are warmer than the heat source at its surface. Scientists have accepted for a long time that magnetic waves channel energy from the Sun's vast interior energy reservoir, which is powered by nuclear fusion, up into the outer regions of its atmosphere. Therefore, understanding how the wave motion is generated and spread throughout the Sun is of huge importance to researchers. By breaking the Sun's light up into its basic colours, the researchers were able to examine the behaviour of certain elements from the periodic table within its atmosphere, including silicon (formed close to the Sun's surface), calcium and helium. The variations in the elements allowed the speeds of the Sun's plasma to be uncovered. The timescales over which they evolve were benchmarked, which allowed the wave frequencies of the Sun to be recorded. This is similar to how a complex musical ensemble is deconstructed into basic notes and frequencies by visualising its musical score.

The findings of this research will help in understanding why the temperature a few thousand km from the surface of the sun is hotter than the source itself.

You can submit your article online.

The manuscripts qualified from quality check will be allowed for review by the subject matter expert referees, under the guidance of the Handling Editor or Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. The Journal invites potential authors to bring out novel researches in the field of Physics Sciences through scientific publications.

Thanks & Regards,

Subhana Quadri
Journal Coordinator