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SR Visits: John F. Kennedy Space Center Library
Serials Review (2007)
  • Carol Ann Borchert, University of South Florida
  • Michael A. Arthur, University of Central Florida
  • Katy Ginanni, Western Carolina University

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) John F. Kennedy Space Center Library serves most of the employees who work at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC). The archives are part of the library and contain over four million items pertaining to institutional activities within the KSC. The library collects a wide array of materials that support the work at the center. This is one of ten NASA center libraries in the country, and the focus of the collection is engineering, science, and technology. The purpose of the archives is to document the history of this center. The collection includes planning documents, photographs, and 16 mm film. The library provides its users with monographs, technical reports, databases, and both print and online journals.

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Publication Date
December, 2007
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Citation Information
Carol Ann Borchert, Michael A. Arthur and Katy Ginanni. "SR Visits: John F. Kennedy Space Center Library" Serials Review Vol. 33 Iss. 4 (2007)
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