Astronomy Theory, Observations and Methods is an astronomy research journal aiming to fill a niche currently lacking in the field. The journal aims to accept robust scientifically valid research that may be undertaken on a smaller scale or a narrower than the mainstream professional astronomy journals as well as accepting papers that provide such things as null result reporting as well as recording important methodology articles that outline certain techniques. A full range of the types of articles that are suggested as acceptable are listed in the "About the Journal" section. While there are already good journals on this scale for variable stars (e.g. jAAVSO) and double star astronomy (JDSO), we also accept papers focussing on other astronomical phenomena that currently have no analogous journal (e.g. Open clusters and exoplanets)
The Robotic Telescopes, Student Research and Education Proceedings focusses on the publication of articles on topics in the field of Robotic Telescopes, Student Research and Education (rtsre.org). The proceedings are a blind peer reviewed collection published annually and upon final publication will be submitted for entry into various scholarly indices will be followed with a particular focus on the requirements for Scopus and ISI Web of Science.