More books on astronomy can be found on the fourth floor, section QA.
|Astronomy Encyclopedia||REF QB 14. A 875 2002|
|Companion to Astronomy and Astrophysics: Chronology and Glossary with Data Tables||REF QB 14. L 36 2006|
|Dictionary of Astronomy||Online only|
|Dictionary of Space Exploration||Online only|
|Encyclopedia of Astronomy and Astrophysics||REF QB 14. E 54 2001|
|Encyclopedia of the Solar System||REF QB 501. E 53 2007|
|History of Astronomy: An Encyclopedia||REF QB 15. H 624 1997|
|Oxford Companion to Cosmology||REF QB 981. L 535 2008|
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