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post Dec 17 2008, 08:32 PM
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Like every year, Elsevier professional astronautics and planetary science journals are offering their first issue of the year free for download
Acta Astronautica
Icarus
Still to come
Advances in space research
Planetary and Space Science
as usual, lots of interesting infos


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post Dec 19 2008, 02:23 PM
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Hmmm... no free full text articles sad.gif

EDIT: I was wrong: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00191035 ; and even more
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post Nov 15 2009, 09:01 PM
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The first issue of Acta Astronautica for 2010 is online and freely accessible.
Not much UMSF-related except for
The Dawn project's transition to mission operations: On its way to rendezvous with (4) Vesta and (1) Ceres
and
Lunette: A low-cost concept enabling multi-lander lunar science and exploration missions


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post Jan 15 2010, 06:14 PM
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The 2010 first issue of Planetary and Space Science, a dedicated BepiColombo issue is available for free!


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post Oct 31 2010, 03:28 PM
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The November 2010 issue of Planetary and Space Science "Surfaces and atmospheres of the outer planets, their satellites and ring systems: Part VI" is currently available for free download


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As usual, the first issue of 2011 of Elsevier journals is free to access (only Acta Astronautica and Planetary and Space Science are available at the moment, see the links above)
Unfortunately, only the html version of the papers is freely accessible, and not the pdf


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