AAS 196th Meeting, June 2000
Session 53. Surveys, Catalogs, Database
Display, Thursday, June 8, 2000, 9:20am-4:00pm, Empire Hall South

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[53.01] NASA Astrophysics Data System's New Data

G. Eichhorn, A. Accomazzi, M. Demleitner, C.S. Grant, M.J. Kurtz, S.S. Murray (SAO)

The NASA Astrophysics Data System has greatly increased its data holdings. The Physics database now contains almost 900,000 references and the Astronomy database almost 550,000 references. The Instrumentation database has almost 600,000 references.

The scanned articles in the ADS Article Service are increasing in number continuously. Almost 1 million pages have been scanned so far. Recently the abstracts books from the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference have been scanned and put on-line. The Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society are currently being scanned back to Volume 1. This is the last major journal to be completely scanned and on-line. In cooperation with a conservation project of the Harvard libraries, microfilms of historical observatory literature are currently being scanned. This will provide access to an important part of the historical literature.

The ADS can be accessed at:


This project is funded by NASA under grant NCC5-189.

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