A bibliography of bibliographies of solar system science. Several criteria are formulated for evaluating bibliographies: (1) source means the specification of the material searched by the compiler; (2) coverage means a descriptive statement of how the selection was made; (3) arrangement means how the material is organized and presented; (4) evaluation is intended to point out certain advantages and disadvantages of these secondary sources.
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