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The documentation below contains general information on preparation of manuscripts using the AASTeX macros. If you are preparing a manuscript for submission to the AJ, ApJ, PASP, or other journal that accepts AASTeX manuscripts, please consult the instructions to authors for the journal for specific manuscript preparation guidelines and submissions instructions.

01 Apr 2013 - AASTeX

The American Astronomical Society (AAS) has developed a markup package to assist authors in preparing manuscripts intended for submission to AAS-affiliated journals, as well as to other journals that will accept AASTeX manuscripts. .

03 May 2013 - AASTeX

Figure set are a new way of displaying large numbers of online-only figures.

19 Mar 2014 - AASTeX

To aid organizations in obtaining information on the effectiveness of their telescopes, the AAS has created a vocabulary of facility keywords for telescope facilities for use in journal articles. The use of a common set of facility keywords across astronomical publications will make searches for telescopes significantly easier and more accurate. In addition, the facility keywords will be useful for linking papers that use the same telescopes together within the framework of the National Virtual Observatory.

04 Dec 2014 - Authors

This is an extended readme documenting my effort to get the AASTeX package to work with the OzTeX/Alpha system for the Mac.

04 Apr 2013 - AASTeX

Printing is different from typewriting, and TeX is different from other word processing tools. This file consists of reminders about things that require special attention so that TeX can format the input properly.

15 Nov 2012 - AASTeX

What's new in the latest release and revision history.

29 Mar 2013 - AASTeX

AASTeX is available for the preparation of electronic manuscripts. The current version of the package requires LaTeX 2e.

29 Mar 2013 - AASTeX

The AASTeX package contains a collection of assorted macros for commonly-used astronomical symbols and abbreviations.

29 Mar 2013 - AASTeX

Here are some tips for locating the object.

15 Nov 2012 - AASTeX

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