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Astrobites 2014 Survey and Free t-shirt Giveaway!

It’s time for our fall Reader Survey, and we’re giving away free t-shirts this year!

1 week left to apply to write for astrobites!

  This is a reminder that there is still one week left to apply to write for Astrobites! We are seeking new graduate students to join the Astrobites collaboration. Applicants must be current     graduate students. The deadline for applications is 15 October. Please if you have any questions. The application consists of a sample Astrobite and two […]

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Two Weeks Left to Apply to Write for Astrobites

There are still two weeks left to apply for Astrobites!

Apply to be an Astronomy Ambassador

Interested in outreach? Applications are now open for the AAS Astronomy Ambassador workshop at this winter’s AAS meeting.

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Apply to Write for Astrobites

Time right to write? Join astrobites if you dare!

Calling K-12 teachers for the Communicating Science Workshop 2014

Applications for K12 teachers to participate in the upcoming ComSciCon’14 workshop close soon!

Apply now for the KICP Summer School on Education and Outreach!

The Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics in Chicago is holding a summer school for education and outreach, and graduate students are invited to apply!

Astrobites@National Harbor: Updates from #AAS223

The next American Astronomical Society meeting is right around the corner; we’re getting ready to keep you up to date on all the happenings!

Astrobites Readership Survey 2013

Do you have five minutes? Fill out this short survey to help us improve Astrobites!

Help us make more interactive astronomy software!

Astrobites is looking for new interactive software to help teach astronomy – you can contribute!

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Enter the Astrobites reader survey to help us focus our content and style to serve you best. You could win a free Astrobites t-shirt!

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