The NMSU Extension and Experiment Station Publications have been produced for over 100 years. They provide research-based information about agriculture, health, economics, family life and natural resources. This collection consists of over 3,500 documents including Circulars, Guides, Handbooks, Annual Data Reports, Research Reports …
Dr. Clyde W. Tombaugh was born in Streator, Illinois in 1906. He was not long removed from the family farm in southwestern Kansas when he discovered Pluto in 1930 while working at Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona. As a young man and amateur astronomer, Tombaugh began building his own telescopes. He eventually sent drawings to …
Today's space access systems do not employ standard systems allowing spaceports, ranges, and launch providers to interoperate in the seamless manner needed to stimulate a vibrant commercial space industry. This poses a challenge for the long term development of a commercial space transportation system. The development of a Framework …
The ACES Historical Publications Collection contains issues of newspapers published by the Agricultural Extension Service of New Mexico State University from 1912-1974. These newspapers offer valuable information regarding agricultural activity and research throughout the state, including individual reports from counties and their …
The New Mexico State University Undergraduate Course Catalogs collection currently contains undergraduate academic catalogs from 1890 to the present. This ongoing project will provide a comprehensive collection of NMSU academic catalogs, including new catalogs as they are published.
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The New Mexico State University Library Digital Collections contain items digitized from the Library's collection and partnering insititutions. The collections allow users around the world to explore the history and culture of the University, the state of New Mexico, and the Southwest.