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The Pay-Per-View option is available AT NO COST to Physics faculty, staff, and majors. You can get articles either immediately or within 24 hours. If you are a physics major and are not familiar with this service, please contact 'your librarian,' Cynthia Snyder, and ask about pay-per-view.

IoP Astronomy Image Explorer

About the Astronomy Image Explorer

The Astronomy Image Explorer (AIE) has been designed as a convenient and efficient tool for researchers working in the fields of Astronomy and Astrophysics to gain access to images published in peer-reviewed journals.  At its launch in December of 2013, the AIE was populated with hundreds of thousands of images published in the journals of the American Astronomical Society.

Images and Features

Images made available on this site are for academic use by the research community. Users are able to easily search for images with any combination of author, journal, citation, format, and key words.  Convenient tools are available to generate PowerPoint slides, download-high resolution images, obtain copyright and reuse information, or view the image within the context of the originally published research.

Images and Copyright

Copyright information is conveniently embedded in each file downloaded from the site. PowerPoint slides and PDF exports contain relevant reference information to facilitate proper citation.

Physics Databases

  • IOP Electronic Journals
    Collection of journals published by the Institute of Physics available online, including the Historic Archive with online access to all the journals from 1874-1995. Current journal access is available for a selection of IoP journals.
  • Scitation
    From the American Institute of Physics
  • Scopus
    SciVerse Scopus is the world’s largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature and quality web sources.

  • Web of Science
    Web of Science is our newest science database. It is extremely powerful, offering citation searching both forward and back from your selected article. It does not include much full text, but does off the "Find It" button. PLEASE contact me if you want help exploring the power of Web of Science
  • American Chemical Society Web Editions
    Full text journal publications of the American Chemical Society
  • Annual Reviews
    Annual Reviews discuss the current developments in many biomedical/life sciences and physical sciences. Olin has access to at least the most recent issues of reviews of topics like: genetics, microbiology, biophysics, analytical chemistry, neuroscience, immunology, fluid mechanics, and astrophysics.


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