Editorial Process

The Planet Journal commits to high ethical and scientific standards. Submitted manuscripts are considered with the understanding that they have not been published previously in print or electronic format (except in abstract or poster form) and are not under consideration by another publication or electronic medium. Statements and opinions expressed in the articles published in the Journal are those of the authors and not necessarily of the Editor. Neither the Editor nor the Publisher guarantees, warrants, or endorses any product or service advertised in the Journal. All manuscripts appropriately submitted to the editor in chief of “The Planet” Journal is first reviewed by the Editors. Manuscripts are evaluated according to their scientific merit, originality, the validity of the material presented, and readability. Some manuscripts are returned back to the authors at this stage if the paper is deemed inappropriate for publication in the “The Planet” Journal, if the paper does not meet the submission requirements, or if the paper is not deemed to have a sufficiently high priority. All papers considered suitable by the Editors for progress further in the review process undergo peer review by at least two reviewers. If there is any gross discrepancy between the comments of the two reviewers, it is sent to a third reviewer. Peer reviewers' identities are kept confidential; authors' identities are also not disclosed to the reviewers. Accepted articles are edited, without altering the meaning, to improve clarity and understanding. The decision about provisional or final acceptance is communicated within 8 weeks.


The journal doesn't accept articles that found plagiarism more than 30 percent.