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Articles published in Journal of Astrobiology & Outreach have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Journal of Astrobiology & Outreach has got h-index 10, which means every article in Journal of Astrobiology & Outreach has got 10 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Astrobiology & Outreach.

  2021 2020 2019 2018 2017

Year wise published articles

32 24 2 5 6

Year wise citations received

77 64 35 34 29
Journal total citations count 338
Journal Impact Factor 10.00
Journal 5 years Impact Factor 3.80
Journal CiteScore 4.38
Journal h-index 10
Journal h-index since 2017 9
Important citations

Sunspot Activity, Influenza and Ebola Outbreak Connection

Lamarck and Panspermia - On the Efficient Spread of Living Systems Throughout the Cosmos

Cause of Cambrian Explosion - Terrestrial or Cosmic?

Dangers of adhering to an obsolete paradigm: Could Zika virus lead to a reversal of human evolution?

Alla Ricerca di Vita su Marte: il Ruolo della Fisica del Caos. Tradotto da Nicoló Antonietti

Seeding the Solar System with Life: Mars, Venus, Earth, Moon, Protoplanets

Mars: Subglacial Oceans, Ice, Life, Abiogenic Photosynthesis, Seasonal Increases and Replenishment of Atmospheric Oxygen

The characterisation of the organic material in Ontong Java Plateau tuff as an analogue for the search for fossil life on Earth and Mars

Oceans, lakes, and stromatolites on Mars

Seeding the Solar System with Life: Mars, Venus, Earth, Moon, Protoplanets

Oceans, lakes, and stromatolites on Mars

Mars: Life, Subglacial Oceans, AbiogenicPhotosynthesis, Seasonal Increases andReplenishment of Atmospheric Oxygen

Algae on Mars: A Summary of the Evidence

Why should geological criteria used on Earth not be valid also for Mars? Evidence of possible microbialites and algae in extinct Martian lakes

Structural parallels between terrestrial microbialites and Martian sediments: are all cases of ‘Pareidolia’?

Pass J. Exo-Astrosociology and the Search for Technosignatures. InAIAA Scitech 2019 Forum 2019; p: 1517.

Dachev TP, Tomov BT, Matviichuk YN, Dimitrov PG, Bankov NG, et al. (2016) High dose rates obtained outside ISS in June 2015 during SEP event. Life Sci. Space Res 9: 84-92.

Narici L, Casolino M, Di Fino L, Larosa M, Picozza P, et al. (2015) Radiation survey in the International Space Station. J. Space Weather Space Clim 5: A37.

Narici L, Berger T, Matthiä D, Reitz G (2015) Radiation Measurements Performed with Active Detectors Relevant for Human Space Exploration. Front Oncol 5: 273.

Semkova J, Dachev T, Koleva R, Bankov N, Maltchev S, et al. (2014) Observation of radiation environment in the International Space Station in 2012–March 2013 by Liulin-5 particle telescope. J. Space Weather Space Clim 4: A32.