Hyperscience International Journal

Hyperscience International Journal is an International Open Access Journal with OJS (Open Journal Systems) publishing quarterly and covering all parts of Sciences in, Physics, Theoretical & Experimental Physics, Astronomy, Astrophysics, Cosmology, Radiotelescope, Mathematics and related, Engineering in all fields such as Mechanic, Computer Science, Data Science, Geology and Geophysics, GIS, IT, etc.
Hyperscience International Journal’s aim is to publish papers in Mathematics, Physics (All part of Theoretical and Experimental Physics), and Engineering (such as Mechanical Engineering and/or Computer Engineering)
Mathematics is considered the science of number, quantity, and space. It can either be abstract concepts or concepts applied to other disciplines, such as Physics, Engineering, and Computer science. In physics, mathematics has been described as “an essential tool”, used to prove theories and justify hypotheses made by physicists. Mathematics can also be defined as a natural numerical analysis, whereas the product that we obtain from those analyses is called engineering (from mechanical to industrial.)
Different subfields in mathematics, such as Logic and Linear algebra, can also be recognized as the foundation of other fields, such as computer science. Computer science can be described as the study of computers and computational systems, and it sometimes can even be viewed as a mathematical science due to its close relationship with mathematics.

Generalization of Vaidya’s Metric for A Radiating Star to Rotating StarAstrophysics
J.J Rawal, Bijan Nikouravan*                      1-7
The Prediction of Three Undetected Planets in Kepler-186: Reinvestigated 2021Astrophysics, Exoplanets
Bijan Nikouravan*
Study of Resonance Helical Magnetic Field (RHF) Effect In IR-T1 Tokamak Plasma Using Hilbert-Huang TransformPlasma Physics
Hadi Yusefnejad , Mohammad Kazem Salem *, Hadi Zakri-Khatir, Mahmoud Ghorannevis
Computed Physical Characteristics of the HD 158259 ‎Planetary System‎: ‎Semi-Major Axis‎, Orbital Period, and the ‎Triads Resonance of Successive ‎PlanetsNew Exoplanet‎
Rezvan Saleh Ghafari, Bijan Nikouravan*, M.K. Salem