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The way AASTeX v6.3.1 handles author, affiliation, and collaboration information is different from previous versions so authors should read this section carefully. There are many reasons for these changes including updates in how article titles are displayed, the addition of ORCID support, automatic affiliation indexing, improved collaboration identification, and additional article meta-data commands for preprints. The following older commands are now removed: \\affil, \\altaffilmark, \\altaffiltext, \\fullcollaborationName, and \\and. LaTeX will issue an error and stop if these are encountered in an AASTeX v6.3.1 manuscript.
The default table and figure labeling in AASTeX v6.3.1 is to continue the sequential numbering from the body of the manuscript into the appendix. If the command \\restartappendixnumbering is used anywhere in the manuscript the figure and table numbers will be reset to one in each section with the section letter appended to the front, e.g. Figure A1, A2 or Table B1 and C1. Equations labeling always follows this format.
The general commands are:Where the subscripts Ee, Ep, Je, and Jp refer to the equatorial and polar radii of Earth and Jupiter, respectively. Other examples and predefined commands in AASTeX v6.3.1 include:
There are known compatibility issues between the amsmath and lineno packages when numbering around equations. Depending on how the equation is called the text above may not be numbered. While AASTeX v6.3.1 corrects the majority of the problems, issues may remain with more exotic equation environments. The first order solutions are to include line breaks around any equation environments and to use the \\[ ... \\] notation instead of $$ ... $$.
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