The following databases will help you identify journal articles, proceedings, e-prints, and other scholarly documents on your astronomy and astrophysics research topics.
Google Scholar is a specialized search engine that can help you find relevant works in the world of scholarly literature. However, not everything you find will be freely accessible.
If you use Google Scholar on campus, you can take advantage of some of the Libraries' full-text subscriptions.
Looking for a particular journal? You can search the UToledo Libraries' online journal database to find out if we have access.
You can also browse the list by subject. Click on "Physics" under "Browse by Discipline" to browse all physics and astronomy journals available online through UToledo Libraries.
All of the Libraries' current journal subscriptions are electronic, and we have purchased numerous collections of digitized back volumes. However, we still have print, microfilm, and microfiche copies of many older journals.
You can search the UToledo online catalog to find out if we have a particular journal in any format, including electronic.
If you can't find the article you want at UToledo, we can try to obtain a copy of it from another library. Click here for more information on our interlibrary loan service.
To proceed placing your request, use the links below.