titles which enhance appreciation and understanding of astronomy
mission of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific (ASP) is
to advance science and science literacy by increasing the
understanding and appreciation of astronomy. To that end,
the ASP occasionally publishes select stand-alone titles in
addition to the conference proceedings published in the ASP
Conference Series, our Publications
of the ASP (PASP) journal, and our Mercury
magazine. Each of these Monograph Publications helps to
increase awareness in astronomy, whether for researchers and
scientists, educators, or enthusiasts.
Electronic access is now available for the two Handbooks
of Star Forming Regions and will soon be added for other
ASP Monograph Publications. Entire books and individual articles
are available for immediate electronic purchase and viewing
Purchases of printed books through the ASP's AstroShop
include electronic access within two weeks of purchase.
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Institutional subscriptions are not currently available for ASP
Monograph Publications. However, titles may be ordered individually
and will include IP-authenticated electronic access if available.
Institutions must contact Customer
Service if they would like their order to include electronic
E-Access books or articles
Receive immediate access for individual use with E-Access-only purchases.
an ASP Monograph
Monograph Publications are published by special arrangement through
the ASP Conference Series. Contact
our managing editor for more information and to discuss your particular
needs and proposal. Some Monographs can be published with the Conference
Series templates. For some general information about publishing
considerations, see Publishing
with the ASP.