Astronomical Data Centre (UK) The Data Centre is part of the Cambridge Astronomical Survey Unit and houses a good selection of data from the UK's ground-based telescopes, as well as a number of catalogues. Archive of the Anglo-Australian Telescope. Astroweb is a collection of pointers to astronomy-related information available on the Internet, maintained by the AstroWeb Consortium Catalogues and archives papers of "contemporary" scientists, including some RAS luminaries, such as Sir Harold Jeffreys and Keith Runcorn.Astronomy Archives and houses a good selection of data from the UK's ground-based telescopes, as well as a number of catalogues.
AAT Data Archive Archive of the Anglo-Australian Telescope.
ADS Abstract Service
Provided by the Astrophysics Data System at the CfA to search astronomy periodical abstracts
Astroweb Astroweb is a collection of pointers to astronomy-related information available on the Internet, maintained by the AstroWeb Consortium
Double Star Library
Catalogues and news of all types of binary and multiple systems, organized under the auspices of IAU Commission 26
ESIS: the European Space Information System
The ESIS project is a service to the Space Science community to provide access to scientific data, including catalogues, images and spectra from a wide range of ESA/non-ESA space missions. The ESIS Bibliographical Database
combines the NASA Abstracts archive with SIMBAD references. A form-based interface allows you to search for bibliographic references in various ways.
The High-Energy Astrophysics Science Archive Research Center
HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS
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( maintained by St Andrews University) ING
Data archives of the Isaac Newton Gro up of telescopes.
IRSA: the InfraRed Science Archive
IRSA provides archiving and 'data mining' of infrared-astronomy (and submillimeter) catalogues, including IRAS, ISO, Spitzer (SIRTF), and 2MASS.
MAST: the Multimission Archive at Space Telescope
MAST supports a variety of astronomical data archives, with the primary focus on scientifically related data sets in the optical, ultraviolet, and near-infrared parts of the spectrum, including HST, IUE, EUVE, ASTRO & ROSAT. Alternatively, try Goddard's `WISARD
': Web Interface for Searching Archival Research Data.
A comprehensive hypertext list of international meetings, maintained by the CFHT library.
The National Cataloguing Unit Catalogues and archives papers of "contemporary" scientists, including some RAS luminaries, such as Sir Harold Jeffreys and Keith Runcorn.
The NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database, including cross-identifications, positions, redshifts and basic data, plus bibliographic references.
NASA's National Space Science Data Center; includes the permanent archive for most NASA astrophysics data.
Simbad Astronomical Database
SIMBAD provides basic data, cross-identifications and bibliography for astronomical objects beyond the Solar System.
is a virtual observatory on the internet. It can be used to generate images of the sky at wavelengths in all regimes from radio to gamma-ray using various sky surveys as input.