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This guide provides information about databases, books, and data archives/resources of particular interest to astronomy-centric researchers and students at Yale.
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New Astronomy Titles

To view detailed information on a title, please hover over it with your mouse and left-click. The search used to generate the results (i.e., a list in Orbis of all of the books published in 2015) is here.


Wolfram Alpha

Wolfram Alpha is a tool commonly used in the sciences, especially undergraduate-level courses. You are welcome to try the tool here and explore its functionality. If it's your first time, please view this tutorial:

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