Whenever new content is added, the corresponding images are added to the Latest Images section. The Latest Images section contains a selection of 30 of the most recently added images.
You can begin your search by using the search bar in the site header or using the search facets to the left of the image content space. Any combination of search parameters can be entered to refine or broaden a search. Search terms and authors are taken from the parent journal article of the images selected. Finding all images from an article is as simple as entering the article's DOI or using the facets to select the journal, volume, issue, and page or article number.
9th January 2014: We are currently investigating issues with the ranking of search results for phrases. If you are having problems finding images by searching on a phrase you can use the 'search within box' which appears below the general search box. For example, if you wish to narrow results on a search such as 'Small Magellanic Cloud', you could initially search the term 'magellanic'. Then using the search within box, filter your results using the term 'cloud'.
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A new release of the AAS's Astronomy Image Explorer occurred on May 5, 2016.
This release updates the search and sorting features based on user feedback; adds links to videos and interactive figures in our Journal articles; provides a new way for publishers to add images to the AIE. Get in touch to hear more!