Looking back from its orbit around Mercury, MESSENGER captured the above view of the Earth and its Moon on May 6th, 2010.

Space and Evolution

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Eagle Hill Institute

Editorial Workflow ...

Space and Evolution expects to operate under the following ideal timeline goals for the review process to help ensure thorough, but timely handling of all submissions.

  1. Author to be sent acknowledgment of manuscript submission within 2 workdays.
  2. Manuscript to be assigned and sent to a Manuscript Editor within 2 weeks.
  3. Depending upon nature and complexity of manuscript, the Manuscript Editor may choose to send it to 1 or 2 reviewers for their editorial comments.
  4. Review of the manuscript to be completed within 4 weeks.
  5. Pending acceptance, author to make revisions to manuscript and return it within 4 weeks.
  6. Manuscript Editor to review revised manuscript within 2 weeks and either send it back to author for additional revision, or confirm that it is acceptable for publication.
  7. Production staff to copy edit the manuscript and complete the page layout/galley within 2 weeks of receipt of appropriately formatted final materials. Galley to be sent to Manuscript Editor and author for final review and edits within 2 weeks, prior to publication.
  8. Production staff to make corrections, conduct a final proof reading, and publish the manuscript within 2 weeks.



Manuscripts ...

We welcome submissions of manuscripts. Please consider the following guidelines.

Submission guidelines
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If you have questions, please contact joerg@eaglehill.us.


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The Space and Evolution is an open access journal.

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