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The American Astronomical Society (AAS) and IOP Publishing (IOP) have decided that all AAS research journals published with IOP will become electronic only and will no longer print paper editions.

On October 14, 2010 The Astrophysical Journal migrated all active manuscripts from the IOP peer review system to eJournaPress. If you are having difficulty accessing your manuscript or sending in a review, please mail the editorial office.


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  • An Adaptive Particle-mesh Gravity Solver for ENZO

    Jean-Claude Passy and Greg L. Bryan 2014 ApJS 215 8

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  • Radiative Lifetimes of V I and V II

    E. A. Den Hartog et al. 2014 ApJS 215 7

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  • High-resolution Laboratory Spectra of the λ193 Channel of the Atmospheric Imaging Assembly Instrument on Board Solar Dynamics Observatory

    Elmar Träbert et al. 2014 ApJS 215 6

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  • Herschel and Spitzer Observations of Slowly Rotating, Nearby Isolated Neutron Stars

    B. Posselt et al. 2014 ApJS 215 3

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  • Analytical Models of Exoplanetary Atmospheres. II. Radiative Transfer via the Two-stream Approximation

    Kevin Heng et al. 2014 ApJS 215 4

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