The structure of a Nature Astronomy article

We ask authors to ensure that their manuscripts conform to our formatting specifications only shortly before acceptance, instead of at initial submission. This short guide explains the different components of a Nature Astronomy article in order to make reformatting for final submission easier.
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The structure of a Nature Astronomy article
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