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Astrophysics (Yale-NUS College): Welcome

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In 1874, British adventurers went to Egypt, Hawaii, Rodrigues, New Zealand and Kerguelen to observe the transit of Venus. This digitized collection provides photos of the instruments and stations, the journals, a list of equipment, and caricatures.

Introduction

You can use this guide to find recommended article databases, books and many other resources when you do your research. Click on the tabs at the top of the page, or the menu below to navigate among the sections of this guide to discover useful resources for astrophysics-focused research. Need help? Ask a Librarian!

  • Articles/Databases - major databases for finding articles across astronomical sciences
  • Books and e-books - search for books on your topic, and connect with major reference works in astronomy
  • Journals - browse popular magazine and scholarly journal titles to learn about current trends in astronomy
  • Astrophysics on the Web - popular astronomy sources with rich content for the beginner and expert astronomers
  • Citations/Citing - tools for managing citations, resources for APA, MLA, Chicago and more

image credit: http://www.nasa.gov/content/first-notable-solar-flare-of-2015/#.VMYBGkeUfLk

Key Resources in Astronomy and Astrophysics

Subject Guide

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