A copyright is a property right in an original work of authorship. Copyright is recognized in most countries of the world by statutory copyright laws.
Copyright exists in the expression of an idea, but not the idea itself. Copyrightable expressions can take many forms but are usually categorized as literary, musical, dramatic, pantomime and choreography, pictorial, graphic, sculptural, computer programs, motion pictures, and sound recordings.
Procedure for Making Claims of Copyright Infringement
If you believe that your work has been copied in a way that constitutes infringement on Astrolibrary’s Web site, please refer to Claims of Copyright Infringement.
Rights and Permissions
If you have questions concerning the usage or licensing of Astrolibrary copyrighted materials, for example, photographs, video footage, Astrolibrary advertisements or other Astrolibrary materials, please submit your detailed request in writing. Please be sure to include any surrounding copy or text to the Astrolibrary material.
Marketing or advertising requests (which may include promotions/giveaways, sponsorship, product placement and partnership requests) may be emailed to .
For use of Astrolibrary copyrighted or trademarked material in third party works (eg., books, publications or media/broadcast) please email your detailed request to and include the following:
- Specific image(s) or material for which you are seeking permission
- Surrounding copy or text to the Astrolibrary material you wish to use in your project
- Publisher, if applicable
- Publishing date (and countries), if applicable
- Title, if applicable
- How Astrolibrary and its services fit into your project
- Your deadline
Requests may also be mailed to:
Miami, FL 33296
The Rights and Permissions email address is .