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View Resource New Astronomy

Elsevier Science began a fully electronic and refereed journal in astronomy and astrophysics in 1996. "New Astronomy" is available via the Web as well as in print. Elsevier states the journal will publish "articles in all fields of astronomy and astrophysics: theoretical, observational and instrumental. 'New Astronomy' includes full length research articles and letter articles. The journal covers...

https://www.journals.elsevier.com/new-astronomy/
View Resource The Astronomical Journal

The University of Chicago Press has announced unrestricted access to an online journal until mid-1998. Full text articles, announcements, and editorials are all available. Available electronic issues of The Astronomical Journal (AJ) begin with Volume 115, number 1 (January, 1998). AJ covers "The expanded coverage of quasars, supernova remnants, and studies of the interstellar medium [as well as]...

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View Resource Annual Reviews: Physical Sciences

_Annual Reviews_has placed the full text of all titles in the Physical and Social Sciences suites on line. Online titles include the Physical Sciences review volumes: Astronomy and Astrophysics, Biophysics and Biomolecular Structure, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Energy and the Environment, Fluid Mechanics, Materials Science, Nuclear and Particle Science, and Physical Chemistry. Online full-text...

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View Resource Lunar and Planetary Institute: Journal Web sites

The Lunar and Planetary Institute (LPI) "is a focus for academic participation in studies of the current state, evolution, and formation of the solar system." The LPI Web site contains a helpful and handy resource for professionals and researchers. Called Journal Web sites, this simple database contains a list of dozens of obvious and not so obvious journals and publications, such as the...

https://www.lpi.usra.edu/library/LISTS/journals.cfm
View Resource Astronomy Education Review

Created by the National Optical Astronomy Observatory, the Astronomy Education Review website's goal is to make "it easy to find, read about, and use new ideas and resources for teaching and outreach in astronomy and space sciences." The site is designed like an online journal with free access to current and past issues created since 2002. The issues are broken down into five categories: research...

http://www.portico.org/Portico/#!journalLOVIView/cs=ISSN_153...
View Resource American Astronomical Society

The major organization of professional astronomers in North America, the American Astronomical Society's (AAS) main goal "is to promote the advancement of astronomy and closely related branches of science." The website presents the Society's three scholarly journals and its numerous publications. The Education link offers an abundance of educational resources for users of all levels, answers to...

https://aas.org/
View Resource Astronomy Education Review

With a backdrop that includes images taken from Uranometria, one of the classic stellar atlases of the early 17th century, even the casual visitor to the Astronomy Education Review website may be persuaded to stay a few minutes longer than previously planned. Started in 2002, the mission of the Review is to provide a "meeting place for all who are engaged in astronomy and space science education,...

http://access.portico.org/Portico/
View Resource Astronomy Education Review

The Astronomy Education Review (AER) is a web-based journal for "everyone who works in astronomy and space science education." AER is published by the American Astronomical Society, and each edition contains papers, reviews of research, and short articles on innovative work in the field. The journal began in 2001, and visitors can search through the past articles by keyword or volume. On the...

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View Resource The Astronomical Journal

Based at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the Astronomical Journal (AJ) publishes original astronomical research, with "an emphasis on significant scientific results derived from observations, including descriptions of data capture, surveys, analysis techniques, and astronomical interpretation." The publication was founded in 1849 in Cambridge, Massachusetts and since that time it has become...

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