Now Available to Search in United States Masterfile: NASA STI Repository
07 December 2022 by Paratext Editorial
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Paratext is happy to announce another recent addition to United States Masterfile: the NASA Scientific and Technical Information Repository.
A resource containing over 500 thousand records and counting, NASA’s Scientific and Technical Information Repository contains documents from as far back as the days of NACA to as recently as 2022.
The NASA STI repository contains open source reports, technical documents, metadata, videos, sound recordings, and images relating to the past and current work of the administration. Find documents relating to the very earliest attempts to send probes to the planet Venus, early weathering tests conducted by NACA to improve materials used in aircraft construction, health data logged on astronauts while training during the 1960s, and much more.
Users of United States Masterfile can access entries from the NASA STI Repository. Check your institution’s database subscriptions to find if you have access to United States Masterfile, or sign up for a free trial at https://public.paratext.com/customer/.