The AAS seeks session proposals for the 223rd AAS meeting in Washington, DC, 5-9 January 2014. We welcome proposals on both broad and narrow topics that will appeal to large and small groups.
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The abstract deadline for the Long Beach meeting is today at 9:00pm ET. You may have notice some slowness today because of the amount of traffic to the AAS website but it should be more responsive now. We apologize for any inconvenience.
The High Energy Astrophysics Division welcomes the following Exhibitors to our 14th Meeting in Chicago, IL. Please make sure to visit their booth.
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Please consider the following deadlines when proposing a workshop for the TESS - Trienniel Earth-Sun Summit.
Workshops for inclusion on TESS Registration Form:
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Meeting: HEAD 14th Divisional Meeting: Chicago, IL
Registration Count: 221 (28 July 2014 11:30 PM EDT)
Meeting: AAS 224th Meeting, Boston, MA
Registration Count: 1185 (28 July 2014 11:30 PM EDT)
Videos of invited talks and prize lectures presented at the 224th meeting in Boston, MA, in June 2014 are now online for viewing by AAS members. You must sign in using your AAS username and password to watch them.
The AAS will now endorse regional meetings — conferences organized for the benefit of clearly defined geographical areas — that meet a few simple rules designed to support and foster astronomical discourse.
On 3 May more than 60 astronomers and students from Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, and West Virginia met for the first AAS Regional Meeting and found that the whole was greater than the sum of its parts.
Items on this page are changes that occured after the program went to print
102.03: Flicker as a Tool for Characterizing Exoplanets David Kipping (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
111.04: Investigating An X-Class Long-Duration Confined Flare Rui Liu (University of Science & Technology of China)
We’re launching our first mobile app just in time for the 224th AAS meeting in Boston. It puts the entire conference program in your pocket and ensures that it’s always up to date. Get the app for your smartphone or tablet today!