AstroWeb: Journals and Astronomical Publications
A Peculiar Newsletter
Newsletter of the IAU Working Group on Ap and related
Stars (IAU Commissions 25, 27, 29 and 45). Issued every
APS - What's New?
Physics newsflashes by Bob Park, American Physical Society.
If you wish to subscribe to What's New by e-mail,
send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org and in the body of
the message say `sub whatsnew'.
ASP Conference Series
Lists the current volumes available in the Conference Series of
the Astronomical Society of the Pacific.
Acta Astronomica is an International Quarterly Journal published by Copernicus
Foundation for Polish Astronomy. Acta Astronomica is keeping a small
archive where authors publishing papers in the journal can make
their data available for the astronomical community.
Active Galaxies Newsletter
Monthly newsletter of abstracts on all aspects of active galaxies.
Annual Reviews of Astronomy and Astrophysics
Telegram service for the reporting and commenting on new astronomical
The Astronomical Journal (ISSN 0004-6256) is published monthly, for the
American Astronomical Society (AAS) by the University of Chicago Press
which provides also The Astronomical Journal Electronic Edition.
(News in Astronomy and Astrophysics)
Astronomische Nachrichten publishes original manuscripts on all fields of astronomy
and astrophysics and review papers on special and current topics.
The journal covers a wide range of issues reaching from
cosmology, extragalactic research, cosmic hydrodynamics, stellar physics, interstellar matter, solar
and planetary physics to geodetic astronomy.
Astronomy & Geophysics
Astronomy & Geophysics is the new topical Journal of the
Royal Astronomical Society. Whilst maintaining all the traditions of its
predecessor (The Quaterly Journal), its primary objective is to promote
communications among and between astronomers and geophysicists . It contains
scientific articles on major developing themes in astronomy and geophysics.
Britain's leading astronomy magazine.
Astronomy and Astrophysics
Astronomy and Astrophysics - A European Journal publishes papers on
all aspects of astronomy and astrophysics: theoretical, observational and instrumental,
independently of the techniques used to obtain the results: numerical
analysis, optical, radio, particles, space instruments, etc.
behalf of the Board of Directors, European Southern Observatory (ESO),
Astronomy and Astrophysics is edited by an international staff of
Astronomy and Astrophysics Abstracts
The bibliography 'Astronomy and Astrophysics Abstracts' (AAA) aims to present
a comprehensive documentation of the literature concerning all aspects of
astronomy, astrophysics, and their neighbouring fields. It is devoted to
the recording, summarizing, and indexing of the relevant publications throughout
AAA are published since 1969. The older
literature (from 1899 to 1968) is recorded in the forerunner
of AAA, the bibliography 'Astronomischer Jahresbericht'.
are a printed publication of the Astronomisches Rechen-Institut
Heidelberg, produced in cooperation with the Fachinformationszentrum Karlsruhe FIZ (since 1988) and the Institution of Electrical
Engineers IEE (since 1995). AAA are prepared
under the auspices of the International Astronomical Union.
An on-line version of AAA in the 'reference
format', i.e. without the summaries of the papers, is available
in the data base ARIBIB of the
Astronomy and Astrophysics Library
The "Astronomy and Astrophysics Library" (AAL) is devoted to monographs
on subjects encompassing all aspects of modern astronomy and astrophysics.
The spectrum covers everything from experimental and observational techniques to
the most elaborate theoretical models, be it for extraterrestrial physics
or related to the origin of the universe.
Astronomy and Astrophysics Supplement Series
A&AS is a European peer-reviewed journal publishing data papers, either
observational or theoretical, as well as extensive data material forming
the basis of papers with astrophysical results published in the
Astronomy! A Brief Edition
The site supplements the textbook "Astronomy! A Brief Edition," and
gives links relevant to each chapter in the book as
well as updates on new developments and discoveries in astronomy.
The Astrophysical Journal (ISSN 0004-637X) is published three times a
month (in two parts) for the American Astronomical Society by
The University of Chicago Press, 5801 S. Ellis Avenue, Chicago,
IL 60637. Volumes consist of two issues each. An author
and subject index covering three volumes appears in Part 1
every second month. An annual index is published after the
last volume of the year and is sent to each
subscriber. The articles in this journal are indexed in the
Science Citation Index, Philadelphia, PA.
Astrophysical Journal Letters
Part 2 of The Astrophysical Journal. Published with Part 1
of the Journal on the 1st, 10th, and 20th of
each month. An author and subject index covering three volumes
appears in Part 1 every second month. An Annual Index
is published after the last volume of the year and
is sent to each subscriber. The articles in this Journal
are indexed in the Science Citation Index, Philadelphia, PA. See
also The Electronic ApJ.
Astrophysical Journal Supplement
The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series (ISSN 0067-0049) is published monthly
for the American Astronomical Society by The University of Chicago
Press, 5801 S. Ellis Avenue, Chicago, IL 60637. Six volumes
of two issues each are published each year. An author
and subject index appears in the second issue of each
Astrophysics Data System ASIAS Article Service
This service provides access to scanned images of journal articles
since 1975. So far, we have created images of ApJ
Letter journal articles and linked them into the Abstract Service.
We will add ApJ articles next, followed by other journals
for which we can obtain publisher permission.
Australian Journal of Physics
The Australian Journal of Physics publishes new and significant research
in all fields of physics, ranging from elementary particles to
Be Star Newsletter
The Be Star Newsletter is a non-refereed electronic and paper
journal that is published approximately twice per year. The Be
Star Newsletter is open to all contributions (observations, theory, or
other news) concerning early-type stars and especially hot, near main-sequence
stars. The goal of the Newsletter is to foster communication
between researchers interested in this field of stellar astronomy.
CDS Information Bulletin
Cambridge University Press
Classical and Quantum Gravity
A journal of the Institute of Physics (IoP) for physicists,
mathematicians and cosmologists working in the fields of gravitation and
the theory of spacetime.
Coelum, Mensile di Astronomia Scienza e Telescopi
European astronomical monthly magazine [in Italian].
Comets and Meteor Showers
This site gives the complete text to the 1988 book
Meteor Showers: A Descriptive Catalog, as well as recent meteor
shower observations. The site also posts a wealth of comet
information from news of recent discoveries, finder charts, and ephemerides,
to extensive historical information on individual comets.
a European mirror site.
Computers in Physics
The Journal Section of Computers in Physics publishes papers on
computer techniques and applications in the physical sciences.
Delta Scuti Star Newsletter
Contains current information on the subject of Delta Scuti and
other variable Stars.
Design Engineering Technology Digest
The monthly magazine features exclusive reports of innovations developed by
NASA and its industry partners/contractors that can be applied to
develop new/improved products and solve engineering or manufacturing problems. Authored
by the engineers or scientists who did the work, the
briefs span a wide array of fields, including electronics, physical
sciences, materials, computer software, mechanics, machinery/automation, manufacturing/fabrication, mathematics/information sciences, and
Most briefs offer a Technical Support
Package, which explains the technology in greater detail and provides
contact points for questions or licensing discussions.
NASA Tech Briefs
also contains feature articles on successful NASA spinoffs, profiles of
NASA tech transfer resources, news briefs, and application stories. Regular
columns describe new patents, industry products, software, and literature.
Includes access to ESO Messenger, ESO Scientific and Technical Reports,
Star Formation Newsletter, ESO Reports, ESO Conference and Workshop Proceedings.
(Newsletter for ESO-MIDAS User)
The ESO-MIDAS Courier is published twice per year by the
MIDAS group of the European Southern Observatory.
French amateur's magazine [in French].
(exoScience Space News)
exoScience provides daily astronomy news in addition to more comprehensive
features on major astronomy events.
Five College Astronomy Dept. - Full texts of Ph.D. Theses
(Full text Ph. D. Theses)
The Five College Astronomy Dept. has begun placing the full
text of Ph.D. theses from the department on a departmental
WWW server. They will become available shortly after the final
acceptance of the thesis. Besides the HTML version, Postscript files
will be available on a chapter by chapter basis.
Hot Star Newsletter
The Hot Star Newsletter is a monthly electronic publication on
hot luminous stars (Wolf-Rayet stars, LBV, Of and O stars)
and related phenomena in galaxies. On-line resources include abstracts with
hyperlinks to full text of preprints, a Wolf-Rayet catalogue and
a Wolf-Rayet bibliography.
IAU Colloquia Listing
A list of IAU Colloquia from number 101 to the
present, maintained by STScI library.
The IRAM Newsletter, edited every odd month, carries information on
the status and results of the IRAM telescopes: the 30m
telescope at Pico Veleta (Spain) and the Interferometer on Plateau
de Bure (France) IRAM (http://iram.fr/) is an international institute for
research in millimeter astronomy, cofunded by the CNRS (Centre National
de la Recherche Scientifique, France), the MPG (Max Planck Gesellschaft,
Germany), and the IGN (Instituto Geografico Nacional, Spain).
(the International Journal of Solar System Studies)
ICARUS is the official publication of Division of Planetary Sciences
of the American Astronomical Society and is dedicated to reporting
the results of new research-- observational, experimental, or theoretical-- concerning
the astronomy, geology, meteorology, physics, chemistry, biology, and other scientific
aspects of our solar system or extrasolar systems. It is
published monthly by Academic Press, Inc.
Icarus is now
available through IDEAL, Academic Press' online scientific journal library.
This server also contains information for authors planning to submit
papers to Icarus and subscription information.
Information Bulletin on Variable Stars
The Information Bulletin on Variable Stars is a bulletin of
the Commissions 27 and 42 of the International Astronomical Union,
published by Konkoly Observatory, Budapest, Hungary.
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Information Service Astronomy and Space Flight (German language)
The service delivers reports in German languange based on press
releases. The main content are the releases from the Space
Telescope Science Institute (Hubble) and from the European Southern Observatory
Journal of Astronomical Data
The Journal of Astronomical Data accepts raw and reduced data
from observations as well as from theoretical research, reduction software,
complete descriptions of new instruments, PhD theses with extensive data
tables, catalogues, graphs, computer code, and also lengthy articles, or
regular articles accompanied by the data on which it is
Contributions describe in short the astrophysical background and
motive for the scientific work done, a complete description of
the data-collecting process, an assessment of the accuracy of the
data, next to the data themselves.
All data are
published on CD-ROM.
Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage
The "Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage" (JAH2) is a
research publication launched in 1998. This provides an alternative outlet
for those who previously published historical material in the "Quarterly
Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society" and in "Vistas in
Journal of Astronomy and Space Sciences
Journal of Astronomy and Space Sciences (ISSN 1225-052X) published by
the Korea Space Science Society, Seoul, Korea. [in Korean]
Journal of Optics A : Pure and Applied Optics
The journal covers all aspects of modern and classical optics:
experimental and theoretical studies, applications and instrumentation. The journal is
the result of the merger in 1999 of Journal of
Optics (formerly Nouvelle Revue d'Optique) and Pure and Applied Optics.
Journal of the British Astronomical Association
(Journal of the UK's premier amateur astronomy organisation)
Journal of the Optical Society of America A
Journal of the Optical Society of America B
The Journal of the Optical Society of America B (JOSA
B) emphasizes quantum optics, lasers, and nonlinear optics. JOSA B
is a general research journal and complements JOSA A. It
features current research on lasers, fiber optics, nonlinear optics, optical
coherent transients, multiphoton processes, effects of laser radiation, spectroscopy, and
advances in nonlinear optical materials, science, and technology, among other
La Recherche is a major international journal of scientific and
technical information in French.
Lunar and Planetary Information Bulletins
Lunar and Planetary Information Bulletin, Lunar and Planetary Institute /
Universities Space Research Association
Magellanic Clouds Newsletter
The Magellanic Clouds Newsletter is an electronic publication for information
exchange on Magellanic Clouds research. It is distributed bimonthly and
provides abstracts of submitted papers on the Magellanic Clouds, dissertation
abstracts, meeting information and job announcements.
Magellanic Clouds Newsletter
An bi-monthly electronic publication on Magellanic Clouds related research. The
online content of the www page includes downloadable recent and
back issues, news, and hyperlinks to other Magellanic Clouds related
Magazine of the members of the Astronomical Society of
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
The Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society is published
for the Society by Blackwell Science Limited. The Journal publishes
the results of original research in the positional and dynamical
astronomy, astrophysics, radio astronomy, cosmology, space research and the design
of astronomical instruments.
NASA ADC Electronic News
NASA Information Systems Newsletter
WAIS index to NASA's Information Systems Newsletter from issue 21
NASA Technical Report Server
Single interface to databases maintained at: Ames Research Center -
Numerical Aerodynamic Simulation Division (NAS); Dryden Flight Research Center; ICASE
- Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering; Langley
Research Center; RECON database - abstracts only (NASA STI); SCAN
-Selected Current Aerospace Notices - abstracts only (NASA STI); STELAR
Project - abstracts only (Goddard Space Flight Center)
The NOAO Newsletter is published quarterly. Issues starting with June
1992 are available on-line but only those Newsletters dated June
1996 and later are full-up HTML files. Each issue is
seachable, plus a variety of search options are available from
International weekly journal of science
Net Advance Physics
Online encyclopaedia of physics/astrophysics; includes most review papers in the
Los Alamos preprint base catalogued by subject. Will someday hopefully
be a complete subject-index to online physics and astrophysics literature.
New Astronomy is fully electronic, available on the World Wide
Web. A traditional paper edition is also published. The electronic
version is linked to major scientific data centers, such as
CDS, ADS, and NED.
New Astronomy aims to publish
only the best articles in this field, without page charges,
and with a very short publication time. Each field is
represented by a specialist Editor who is directly responsible for
the review process.
New Astronomy Reviews
(Former title: Vistas in Astronomy)
New Astronomy Reviews publishes review articles in all fields of
astronomy and astrophysics: theoretical, observational and instrumental. This international review
journal is written for a broad audience of professional astronomers
The journal covers solar physics, planetary systems,
stellar, galactic and extra-galactic astronomy and astrophysics, as well as
cosmology. New Astronomy Reviews reviews research in all wavelength bands,
ranging from radio to gamma-ray, as well as computational and
Founded at the world-famous Royal Observatory at Greenwich in 1877
by William Christie, then Chief Assistant and later to become
Astronomer Royal, The Observatory Magazine has a special place in
the affections of astronomers, both professional and amateur. It not
only carries scientific notes and papers, but reports the meetings
of the prestigious Royal Astronomical Society and has an
active correspondence section; it is also renowned for its authoritative
book reviews covering virtually every significant work published in astronomy.
Optical Long Baseline Interferometry Newsletter
A forum for scientists, engineers, and students who share an
interest in long baseline stellar interferometry. Here you will find
links to projects devoted to stellar interferometry, new items, and
resources for further research.
International electronic journal of optics, launched in July 1997. Reports
new developments in optical science and technology on a biweekly
basis. Published by Optical Society of America (OSA).
Physical Review Letters
Published by the American Physical Society. (APS).
Physics Today, the "trade journal" for physicists, is sent to
all members of the societies that make up the AIP (American Institute of Physics).
Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia
The Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia (PASA) is
a refereed international journal for new and significant research in
all areas of astronomy and astrophysics, including instrumentation and software
Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan
PASJ publishes research papers on all aspects of astronomy, astrophysics,
and fields closely related to them. From its foundation in
1949 till 1985, PASJ was published quarterly. From 1986, PASJ
has been published bimonthly.
Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific - Electronic Edition
Published by the University of Chicago Press for the Astronomical
Society of the Pacific.
Publications of the Astronomical Society ofthe Pacific
PASP is the technical journal of the Astronomical Society
of the Pacific produced monthly by The University of Chicago
The SPACEWARN Bulletin is intended to serve as an international
communication mechanism for the rapid distribution of information on satellites
and space probes.
The ST-ECF Newsletter is a regular publication of the Space
Telescope - European Coordinating Facility.
Science, the global weekly of research, is published by the
American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Sky & Telescope
Sky Online, a service of Sky & Telescope magazine, is
designed for astronomy enthusiasts at all levels of interest. It
features excerpts from Sky & Telescope and CCD Astronomy magazines,
tips for backyard skygazers, reviews of telescopes and accessories, a
weekly astronomical news bulletin, calendar of upcoming star parties and
amateur conventions, downloadable BASIC programs, links to other sites, and
Sky and Telescope Weekly News Bulletin
Solar Terrestrial Activity Report
The Solar Terrestrial Activity Report has an overview of current
solar activity as well as this activity's effect on Earth's
geomagnetic field. The report is primarily aimed at radio listeners.
Solar cycle and solar wind information is part of the
Standard Star Newsletter
The Standard Star Newsletter is the publication of the Standard
Stars Working Group sponsored by Commissions 25, 29,
30, and 45 of the International Astronomical
Union. Its purpose is to keep astronomers in touch with
all aspects of stellar standards: those in photometry, spectroscopy, polarization,
element abundances, stellar parameters, and radial velocities.
Star Formation Newsletter
The Star Formation Newsletter (SFN) is an electronic publication dedicated
to early stellar evolution and molecular clouds. It is edited
by Bo Reipurth.
Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional.
Twin Press Astronomy Publishers
Twin Press publishes information for students of astronomy and for
the professional astronomer at as low a cost as possible.
Working Group for the History of Astronomy: Electronic newsletters
The newsletters contain announcements of conferences, exhibitions, new books, and
other related material. They are available in the German original
as well as in English translation.
Zvezdotchet Astronomy magazine
Zvezdotchet ("Stargazer") is Russian magazine for amateur astronomers.
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