Astrobites is a daily astrophysical-literature blog written by graduate students in astronomy around the world. The goal of Astrobites is to present one interesting paper from astro-ph per day in a brief format accessible to its target audience: undergraduate students in the physical sciences who are interested in active research.

In addition to research summaries, the site also regularly presents special posts that offer career guidance for undergraduates (such as applying for an NSF graduate fellowship or taking the physics GRE) and describe personal experiences (like attending an astronomy summer school or observing at the South Pole).

As of June 2016, Astrobites and the AAS have announced a partnership, and we are pleased to be able to regularly share Astrobites content on AAS Nova.