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A guide to resources on astronomy. Choose from the tabs below to locate specific kinds of resources.

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Welcome

Welcome to the Astronomy Research Guide! Here you can find resources from the Library and the web to assist you with classwork and research. 

Using the tabs at the top of the Research Guide, locate the specific type of resources you need including books, journals, research databases, and web resources.

If you need additional help or if you didn't find what you were looking for, click the E-mail Me link under my picture, or type your question into the Ask Us box.

Astronomy Reference Book

Use encyclopedias and dictionaries to:

  • Choose or narrow down a research topic
  • Find background information on a topic
  • Identify the key issues of a topic

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Heather Ervin
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