AASTeX60 - Version 6 of the LaTeX style files and documentation for authoring AAS Journal (AJ/ApJ) articles

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The Version 6.2 style files and documentation for authoring AAS Journal articles in LaTeX2e were released on January 8, 2018. A list of updates and changes provided by Version 6.2 can be found in the AASTeX Revision History. Version 6.2 is backwards compatible with v6.1 but no prior version of AASTeX. This repository also includes the AAS Journals BibTeX style file, aasjournal.bst, which was last updated October 26, 2017. This is our BST file that supports the version and publisher fields of an @misc BibTeX entry. The most recent update added anchored links to reference source material, e.g., links to article DOIs, arXiv preprints, and/or ASCL identifiers.

http://journals.aas.org/authors/aastex.html
https://github.com/AASJournals/AASTeX60

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