About the Journal

ISSN: 2231-8186
DOI: 10.14331/ijfps

International Journal of Fundamental Physical Science (IJFPS)

IJFPS (Int.J. Fundam. Phys. Sci ) is a multidisciplinary and quarterly open-accessjournal that publishing all accepted papers as an open-access journal. IJFPS, publishing original research and review papers in English covering all areas of fundamental physical sciences studies such as Applied Physics, Astronomy (theoretical and experimental), Astrophysics and Cosmology, Atmospheric physics, Atomic Physics, Biophysics, Chemistry, Civil, Earthquake, Engineering, and Technology, Fuzzy logic, General and Special Relativity, Geology, Geophysics, Gravitation, History of Astronomy, History of Mathematics, History of Physics, History of Sciences, Material sciences, Mathematical Physics, Mechanics, Nuclear Physics, Optics & Lasers, Plasma Physics, Pure Mathematics, Quantum Mechanics, Radiation Physics, Remote sensing and GIS, Solid state physics, Spectroscopy, Theoretical Physics, Thermodynamics and more.

How to Submit Manuscript to IJFPS ?

Submit onlineand also send your manuscript to the following email address.  fundamentaljournals@gmail.com 

(All manuscript submited from arXiv are free of charge to publish)

Current Issue

Vol. 14 No. 2 (2024): IJFPS
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Published: 2024-06-10


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Astronomy & Astrophysics Data Center

  1. The Planetary Habitability Laboratory (PHL)
  2. NASA Exoplanet Archive
  3. NASA Exoplanet and Candidate Statistics
  4. NASA Exoplanet Exploration (Home)
  5. NASA Exoplanet Exploration
  6. The Extrasolar Planets Encyclopaedia
  7. Exoplanets Data Explorer
  9. Open Exoplanet Catalogue(OEC)
  10. Habitable Zones Gallery
  11. Filtergragh
  12. Strasbourg astronomical Data Center
  13. Portal, Simbad, VizieR, Aladin, X-Match, Other
  14. Mikulski Archive
  15. Exoplanet Atmosphere Observability Table
  16. Gaia cosmos esa
  17. The European Space Agency (ESA)
  18. SIMBAD Astronomical Database
  19. Gaia Archive at ESA
  20. Aladin Desktop
  21. The Exoplanet Follow-up Observing Program (ExoFOP) Data Caltech


  1. Web of Science
  2. Clarivate
  3. Scopus
  4. DOAJ
  5. SJR
  6. SpringerLink
  7. Internet Archive


The following Data Collected From PHL (Planetary Habitability Laboratory)

This is a collection of websites with data related to planetary habitability studies of astrobiology in general. Many have their own visualization tools or check the Software Tools section for suggestions. 

Exoplanets and Stars



Global Paleo-Earth


Molecular Biology