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Library Resources for Astronomy
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Databases

  • AccessScience  Icon
    The Encyclopedia of Science & Technology and the Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms. Entirely full text.
  • Applied Science & Technology Full Text  Icon
    Mathematics, computers, chemistry, environment, fire prevention, geology, physics and other technologies. Both full-text articles and abstracts.
  • SciFinder
    SciFinder specializes in providing references, substances, and reactions in the field of chemistry, however content can include other disciplines such as biological sciences, biomedical sciences, engineering, materials science, agricultural science, and more. PLEASE NOTE: Before accessing SciFinder for the first time, you must Register for an Account and follow the process detailed there.
 

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Online Journals

  • Public Library of Science  Icon
    A peer-reviewed open-access journal.
  • Advances in Astronomy
    A peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles as well as review articles in all areas of astronomy and astrophysics.
 

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