How much does a typical astronomy paper cost taxpayers?

by Chris Crockett on April 26, 2013

About $20,000.

That’s one of the take-home messages from Jim Davenport’s light-hearted analysis of the last ten years of NSF AST grants.

Cost per paper over time

Want to know which paper in the last ten years is the most efficient (in terms of number of papers published vs. size of grant)? Read more about his analysis right here!

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