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written by the Astrobites' graduate student community
Astrobites is a daily astrophysical literature journal written by graduate students in astronomy. The goal of this site is to present one interesting paper per day in a brief format that is accessible to undergraduate students in the physical sciences who are interested in active research.
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- Astronomy Education
- Lower Undergraduate
- Upper Undergraduate
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- Community
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= Article
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© 2011 Astrobites is written by graduate students in Astrophysics at universities across the United States.
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Metadata instance created March 8, 2011 by Nathan Sanders
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August 13, 2016 by Lyle Barbato
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March 15, 2011
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AIP Format
Astrobites, (2011), WWW Document, (
Astrobites, Astrobites (2011), <>.
APA Format
Astrobites. (2011, March 15). Astrobites. Retrieved May 28, 2024, from
Chicago Format
Astrobites. Astrobites. March 15, 2011. (accessed 28 May 2024).
MLA Format
Astrobites. Astrobites. 2011. 15 Mar. 2011. 28 May 2024 <>.
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@misc{ Author = "Astrobites", Title = {Astrobites}, Volume = {2024}, Number = {28 May 2024}, Month = {March 15, 2011}, Year = {2011} }
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%0 Electronic Source %A Astrobites, %D March 15, 2011 %T Astrobites %V 2024 %N 28 May 2024 %8 March 15, 2011 %9 text/html %U

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