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Stephen P. Maran

Dr. Stephen P. Maran, a senior advisor with the American Astronomical Society, is an astronomer and author with long experience in the Space Program. The author or editor of twelve books and of over 100 popular articles on astronomy and space exploration, and many more scientific publications, he retired from NASA on October 1, 2004 after more than 35 years with the agency.  On August 31, 2009, he retired after 25 years (most of them overlapping with NASA service) as Press Officer of the Society.

AAS Executive Office

Executive Office

The AAS Executive Office is located on the fourth floor of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) building. The building is at the intersection of 20th Street and Florida Avenue, NW, one block from Connecticut and S Streets.

Marvel New AAS Executive Officer

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 10, 2006

Primary Contacts:
Dr. Robert P. Kirshner, President, American Astronomical Society, 1-617-495-7519, rkirshner@cfa.harvard.edu;

Dr. Kevin B. Marvel, Deputy Executive Officer, American Astronomical Society, 1-202- 328-2010 x114 and 1-703-589-7503, marvel@aas.org

Dr. Stephen Maran, Press Officer, American Astronomical Society, 1-202-328-2010 x116, maran@aas.org

American Astronomical Society Names New Executive Officer

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