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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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These are the latest articles published in The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series.

  • The Milky Way Project: Leveraging Citizen Science and Machine Learning to Detect Interstellar Bubbles

    Christopher N. Beaumont et al. 2014 ApJS 214 3

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  • MPI-AMRVAC for Solar and Astrophysics

    O. Porth et al. 2014 ApJS 214 4

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  • Cold Molecular Gas in Merger Remnants. I. Formation of Molecular Gas Disks

    Junko Ueda et al. 2014 ApJS 214 1

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  • Millimeter-wave Spectral Line Surveys toward the Galactic Circumnuclear Disk and Sgr A*

    Shunya Takekawa et al. 2014 ApJS 214 2

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  • SHELS: A Complete Galaxy Redshift Survey with R ≤ 20.6

    Margaret J. Geller et al. 2014 ApJS 213 35

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