The Solar Physics E-Print Archive is an on-line, searchable archive of
links to on-line preprints and unpublished work of broad interest to
researchers in solar and heliospheric physics.
This archive has been created to make it quick and easy to
discover, and obtain copies of, submissions to
journals around the world.
The archive consists of abstracts of, and links to, papers which have
been posted on line by their authors at their own web sites. As such,
the archive has certain advantages over more extensive archives such as
the arXiv.org e-Print archive at Los Alamos. Because the archive
itself consists only of titles, abstracts and URLs, not the papers
themselves, there are no requirements limiting the size of the files or
the format of submitted material. This is a significant advantage for
papers with movies and other large image files. As well, it is ideal
for PhD theses, which are often longer than a typical paper and not
appropriate buttons to sort the archive according to submitter or date,
or search the archive for any text word used in a title or abstract
(see "Search Hints"). I encourage you to add your own on-line
preprints, papers or other publications using the simple web form that
you will see by clicking "Add New E-Print". Any scientific subject of which
solar and heliospheric researchers should be aware is appropriate for this archive.
Thanks to Alisdair Davey for creating this useful web site, and to
NASA for support through the HESSI PI contract and the VSO project.
For answers to frequently asked questions, click on FAQ above.