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  • ADS Abstract and Article Service User Feedback: If you would like to send feedback to the ADS abstract service, please use the feedback form. We always welcome comments and suggestions for improvements.

  • Signup for an ADS account: Creating a user account with the ADS is free and allows you to customize your experience with the ADS. You will be able to create and access your settings and saved records from any computer. You will also be able to sign up for receiving infrequent e-mail messages about ADS's new and improved features.

  • Submit or Correct an Abstract: This form allows users to submit records which are missing from the abstract service or send corrections to existing records. The preferred way to submit batches of records is to email them to us in our standard format. Information on how to submit complete conference proceedings is also available. Please be aware that we reserve the right to reject any submission whose content we deem inappropriate for our databases.

  • Submit missing references to an existing ADS record: Use this form to submit one or more citations currently missing from our databases. In order to use this form you will need to know the bibcode of the citing and cited papers.

  • Submit Associated References: We also provide a form letting users supply us with bibliographic codes for publications that are related. Such associated references are connected with O-links or X-links (for Arxiv matches) in the ADS database. If you know of any correlated references (errata, ArXiv, series of articles, etc.), please let us know about them by filling in the codes in this form.

  • Author Comments: We now provide a link in the abstracts to author comment, when one has been submitted to us. This is a useful way to incorporate errata or make additional information available. The author comment should be submitted through this interface. These comments can be plain text or fully formatted html documents. They can include comments about the abstract, clarifications or more extended descriptions, and links to other abstracts and documents. We reserve the right to edit or reject any author comments that are inappropriate.

  • Missing Publications: The ADS is looking for donations of missing publications for scanning. If you can help, please let us know.



If you wish to acknowledge us in a publication, kindly use a phrase such as the following: ''This research has made use of NASA's Astrophysics Data System Service.'' Thanks!