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In addition to regular editions, the journal publishes selected work from the International Astronautical Congress (IAC), ILO transactions and specific topics on current topics such as weightlessness, space station technology, geostationary orbits and the space economy. Other topics covered are satellite technology, space transport and communications, space energy, energy and propulsion, astrodynamics, extraterrestrial intelligence and Earth observation. The “taaAcceptance” fields could theoretically offer an additional opportunity to correlate users through the different SDs they have on the Ledger, depending on their client software and the time they have accepted the agreement. This project attempts to minimize correlation by not asking the user to identify the software used, but by focusing on common acceptance patterns. Similarly, the app should not indicate the time the user accepts, but only the day. The risk of correlation can still be reduced by following a different acceptance date by DID in the hardware account or by regularly asking the user to accept the agreement to change the acceptance date – although we recognize that these approaches can increase user friction when writing in the ledger. Subscribers can reproduce tables of materials or create lists of articles, including internal traffic lists within their institutions. Permission from the publisher is required for resale or distribution outside the institution and for all other derivative works, including compilations and translations. If excerpts from other copyrighted works are included, the author or authors must obtain written permission from copyright holders and credit the source or sources in the article. In these cases, Elsevier has preprinted forms that can be used by the authors. Benefits for Authors We also offer many benefits for authors, such as free PDFs, a liberal copyright policy, special discounts on Elsevier publications and much more. Click here for more information about our author services.

Authors of manuscripts rejected by IEEE TNSE can submit their manuscripts to IEEE TNSE only once if they wish. At the time of submission, the author is asked whether it is a new deposit or a new filing of a previously rejected IEEE TNSE manuscript. If this is a new repository of a manuscript previously rejected by IEEE TNSE, the manuscript ID that characterizes the previous repository must be indicated and a point-to-point response should be sent to the reviewers` comments. Submissions that do not disclose a link to a previously rejected IEEE TNSE document or that do not respond to due diligence are rejected without verification. “product_eula”: the customer software presents the user with the agreement of the transaction author as part of the end-user license agreement of the product.

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