An example paper

J.S. Sanders[*]

Institute of Astronomy, Madingley Road, Cambridge. CB3 0HA

Abstract:

This is an example paper demonstrating a simple Monthly Notices paper.


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Introduction

This is where the introduction goes.


Table 1: Example table
Head 1 Head 2
Test 1 Test 2
Test 3 Test 4


Figure 1: Here is an example figure
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Observations

Blah blah. Here we have an equation
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D = t / v
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or an equation in a line of text, $a = \cos \theta$.

Refer to table

I refer you to Table 1. I also refer to Smith et al. (2001).

Discussion

To sing or not to sing?

Conclusions

We love writing papers! I finally refer to Figure 1.

Acknowledgements

I would like to thank Muon for inspiring me to write this paper.

Bibliography

1
Sanders J.S., Fabian A.C., 2001, MNRAS, 325, 178

2
Smith R.Q., Fred A.B., Bloggs J., 2001, ApJ, 123, 456

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Footnotes

... Sanders[*]
E-mail: jss@ast.cam.ac.uk


Jeremy Sanders 2011-10-02