Call for Abstract

7th International Conference and Exhibition on Satellite & Space Missions, will be organized around the theme “”

Satellite 2021 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Satellite 2021

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks.

Register now for the conference by choosing an appropriate package suitable to you.

  • Track 1-1Space Shuttle & Space technology
  • Track 1-2GPS-GLONASS integration
  • Track 1-3Solar system missions
  • Track 1-4Lunar reconnaissance orbiter
  • Track 1-5Planetary missions
  • Track 1-6Past missions
  • Track 1-7Shuttle radar topography mission
  • Track 1-8Satellite Link Parameters
  • Track 1-9Satellites Orbits
  • Track 1-10Space Segment & Ground Segment
  • Track 1-11Low, Medium, High Earth Orbit
  • Track 1-12Frequency Bands
  • Track 1-13Remote Sensing Satellite
  • Track 1-14Navigation Satellite
  • Track 1-15Artificial satellites
  • Track 1-16Aerodynamics
  • Track 1-17Geology
  • Track 2-1MEMS
  • Track 2-2Fluid Mechanics
  • Track 2-3Aerodynamics
  • Track 2-4 Space Shuttle & Space technology
  • Track 2-5Aircraft structures
  • Track 2-6Orbital maneuver
  • Track 2-7Aeroacoustics
  • Track 2-8Fluid dynamics
  • Track 2-9Astrodynamics & Astrophysics
  • Track 2-10Spacecraft subsystems
  • Track 2-11Attitude dynamics and formation flying control
  • Track 2-12Robotics and Mechatronics
  • Track 2-13Space environment and its interaction with spacecraft
  • Track 3-1Applications of remote sensing data
  • Track 3-2Image processing and analysis
  • Track 3-3Weather forecasting satellite payloads
  • Track 3-4Weather forecasting satellite orbits
  • Track 3-5Weather forecasting satellites
  • Track 3-6Atmospheric Aerosols
  • Track 3-7GIS data mining and Web mapping
  • Track 3-8Geographical information system (GIS)
  • Track 3-9Remote sensing in Climate Change
  • Track 3-10GIS techniques and technology
  • Track 3-11Military uses of Civilian Remote Sensing Data
  • Track 3-12Earth Remote Sensing Technologies
  • Track 3-13Ocean Sensing and the Ice Caps
  • Track 3-14Weather and climate observations
  • Track 3-15Remote Sensing Satellite Orbits
  • Track 3-16Remote Sensing for Land-Use and Land-Cover
  • Track 3-17Weather forecasting satellite missions
  • Track 3-18Weather forecasting satellite applications
  • Track 4-1Space debris
  • Track 4-2Space Probes and Space Shuttle
  • Track 4-3Solar System Missions
  • Track 4-4Satellite communications: mobile and fixed services
  • Track 4-5Satellite broadcast systems engineering
  • Track 4-6IP networking over next-generation satellite systems
  • Track 4-7Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
  • Track 4-8Mobile broadband satellite services
  • Track 4-9Low earth orbit and satellite phone networks
  • Track 4-10Missions to Venus and Mercury
  • Track 4-11Missions to Mars
  • Track 4-12Human spaceflight
  • Track 4-13Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter
  • Track 4-14Planetary Missions
  • Track 4-15Past missions
  • Track 4-16Shuttle Radar Topography Mission
  • Track 4-17Solar Orbiter Collaboration
  • Track 4-18Space Launch System (SLS)
  • Track 4-19Missions to the Moon
  • Track 4-20Planetary Science
  • Track 4-21Global Positioning System (GPS) & remote sensing
  • Track 5-1Planets and Moon
  • Track 5-2Satellite Payload
  • Track 5-3Transmission control protocol
  • Track 5-4Broadcast satellite networks
  • Track 5-5Satellite broadcast networks
  • Track 5-6Mars exploration
  • Track 5-7Space Weather
  • Track 5-8Planetary explorations
  • Track 5-9Asteroids and comets
  • Track 5-10Solar System
  • Track 5-11The Sun, Mercury, Venus Express, Earth
  • Track 5-12ESA/Mars Express mission
  • Track 5-13Satellite on board connectivity
  • Track 6-1Navigation satellites
  • Track 6-2Medium Earth Orbit (MEO)
  • Track 6-3Low Earth Orbit (LEO)
  • Track 6-4International Space Station
  • Track 6-5Astronomical satellites
  • Track 6-6Earth observation satellites
  • Track 6-7Earth observation satellites
  • Track 6-8Weather satellites
  • Track 6-9Communication satellites
  • Track 6-10Geostationary Orbit (GEO)
  • Track 7-1Satellite orbits
  • Track 7-2Low, medium and high earth orbits
  • Track 7-3Ground segment, propagation effect
  • Track 7-4Satellite telephony, television and radio
  • Track 7-5Space segment
  • Track 7-6TCP over satellite
  • Track 7-7Geosynchronous orbit
  • Track 8-1Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS)
  • Track 8-2Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
  • Track 8-3GLONASS Satellite Systems
  • Track 8-4Inertial Navigation Systems
  • Track 8-5Satellite Telephony, Telivision, Radio
  • Track 8-6Hybrid Navigation Systems
  • Track 8-7GPS-GLONASS Integration
  • Track 9-1Earth Station
  • Track 9-2Satellite Tracking
  • Track 9-3Astronomical Observations
  • Track 9-4The Geostationary Applications Satellite
  • Track 9-5Observation of the Earth’s Environment
  • Track 9-6Orbital Perturbations and Orbit Determination
  • Track 9-7Satellite Orbits: Models, Methods, and Applications
  • Track 9-8Earth Eclipse of Satellite
  • Track 9-9Orbital Mechanics
  • Track 9-10Earth Orbit
  • Track 9-11Satellite constellation
  • Track 9-12Satellite Orbits and Trajectories
  • Track 10-1Weather forecasting satellites
  • Track 10-2Geostationary weather satellites
  • Track 10-3Polar orbiting weather satellites
  • Track 10-4Weather forecasting satellite applications
  • Track 10-5Weather forecasting satellite missions
  • Track 10-6Image processing and analysis
  • Track 10-7GPS-GLONASS integration