To search for books and videos on astronomy, go to the library catalog. You can search by call number (QB1 through QB991), to browse the collection online.
Here are some examples of search strategies for astronomy:
asteroids and dwarf planets
stars and spectra
Astronomy call numbers:
|QB140 - 237||Practical and Spherical Astronomy||QB460 - 466||Astrophysics|
|QB275 - 343||Geodesy||QB495 - 903||Descriptive Astronomy|
|QB349 - 421||Theoretical Astronomy; Celestial Mechanics||QB980 - 991||Cosmogony; Cosmology|
You can also search by keywords and phrases, such as asteroids, astronomy, astrophysics, comets, black holes, constellations, cosmology, galaxies, lunar eclipses, life (on) other planets, meteorites, moon, nebulae, planets, quasars, radio astronomy, solar eclipses, solar system, space flight, space science, stars, telescopes, etc.
Remember that you can ask a reference librarian to assist you with your research, in person in the library, by telephone, or online.
Search for Library Resources.
Type the keyword(s) in the box below then press Enter or click the Search button.
Is there a title you think would make a good addition to the Library Collection? Fill out the form linked below and let me know!