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of personal WWW pages of
professional astronomers and related space scientists (PhD equivalent and
above -- currently about 6,000 entries).
The NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)
is pointing to this resource.
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Do not use commas.
The per-default option "Words" accepts several words and is
In that case, the system will return the entries where these words are
appearing (together, but not necessarily consecutively).
Names, first names and/or affiliations/locations can be mixed in any order.
Under the "String" options, typing Smith, CDS
or cam.ac.uk would
return all the entries with respectively `smith', `cds' or `cam.ac.uk' in
the names of individuals, affiliations or URLs.
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