Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage


Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage
Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage  
Titre abrégé JAH²
Discipline Histoire de l'astronomie
Langue Anglais
Directeur de publication Wayne Orchiston
Publication
Maison d’édition Université James Cook (Drapeau d'Australie Australie)
Période de publication 1998 à aujourd'hui
Fréquence 3 numéros par an
Accès ouvert Non
Indexation
ISSN 1440-2807
LCCN sn98031840
OCLC 39473518
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Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage (abrégé en JAH²) est une revue scientifique à comité de lecture spécialisée en histoire de l'astronomie[1]. Elle est publiée par l'université James Cook (Australie). Sa parution a débuté en 1998.

Actuellement, la direction éditoriale est assurée par Wayne Orchiston.

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