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Welcome to the Astronomy & Astrophysics subject guide. Here, you will find:
- Reference data in astronomy and astrophysics (and tips for locating astronomy data databases and telescopes' documentation).
- A primer on the library's subscription databases, what they do, and how you can use them.
- Information on using the ADS, especially the new Bumblebee interface.
- Links to the guide on citing in LaTeX, ebook resources, and good, basic resources for nonscientists.
The search used to generate the results (i.e., a list in Orbis of all of the books published in x year) is here. The RSS feed below generates a list of titles based on this search.
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