Undergraduate research abstract submission

Astrobites features the most recent research in astrophysics — including work done by undergrads! You can see our previous posts on undergraduate research here.

If you’re an undergrad or you know undergrads doing interesting research related to astrophysics, we’d love to hear from you! It can be published or unpublished work — if it’s something you’ve put time and effort into and would like to share with us, we want to see it.

Please submit a brief (fewer than 200 words) write-up of your work using the form below. The target audience is one familiar with astrophysics but not necessarily your specific subfield, so write clearly and try to avoid jargon.

Please also provide a one- or two-sentence bio describing where and when you did the research you’re reporting (was it an REU? Is it research you do at your undergrad institution?) and what year you’re in currently.

We post these abstracts in monthly installments.

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Your Abstract (not more than 200 words, please)*

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