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The AAS 221st Meeting was held 6-10 January 2013 at the Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center, 300 E. Ocean Blvd., Long Beach, CA 90802.
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- 100: Welcoming Address by UAA Chancellor Tom Case;
AAS Welcomes New Division (Audio Only)
- 101: Kavil Prize: Laboratory Astrophysics as Key to Understanding the Universe
- 112: SPD Hale Prize: The Two Sources of Solar Energetic Particles
- 126: Exploring the Planet Mercury: One Year of MESSENGER Orbital Observations
- 127: Transits of Venus and Mercury: Exoplanet Analogs in Our Solar System
- 300: SPD Harvey Prize: The Solar Cycle: From Understanding to Forecasting
- 311: Russell Prize: The Cold Dark Matter Theory of Galaxy Formation: A Status Report
- 325: The Plasma Physics of Cosmic Rays
- 327: Public Talk: The Accelerating Universe
- 400: SPD Parker Lecture: How to Observe (Rather Than Model) The Interiors of Stars
- 412: Warner Prize: Bubble, Bubble, Toil, And Trouble: A Theorist's Romp Through The Cosmic Dawn
- 425: Under the Radar: The First Woman in Radio Astronomy, Ruby Payne-Scott
- 426: SkyMapper: Surveying the Southern Sky
- 500: SPD Parker Lecture: Solar Twins and Stellar Maunder Minima
- 510: Yup'ik Understandings of the Environment: "The World is Changing Following Its People"
- 519: Mix One-Part Astronomy Education Research with One-Part General Education Astronomy Course and You Get a Very Potent Science Literacy Transformation Cocktail
- 520: AIP Germant Award: Tycho to Kepler: Four Centuries and More of Astronomy and the Media
- What's New Under the Sun
- Galaxies Bright, Faint, Near & Far
- A Matter of Some Gravity
- Stars & Stellar Systems
- Exoplanets & Brown Dwarfs
- Small Round (& Not-So-Round) Things
Rules and regulations for submission of abstracts and presentation at an AAS meeting:
Computers, wired and wireless connectivity will be available during meeting hours.
The AAS offers complimentary meeting registration to bona fide working journalists and public-information officers.
The American Astronomical Society is looking for volunteers to help out at the 222nd Meeting in Indianapolis, IN. We love getting help from undergrads, grads, postdocs, and local amateur astronomers at our meetings: to supervise sessions, help at registration, usher at events, and various other odd (but greatly appreciated) jobs. This is a great chance to meet and mingle with your peers, get up to date on the newest science, and pick up some cool freebies in the Exhibit Hall.
The AAS has organized a Roommate Search Forum if you would like to share a hotel room to save money. You will need to register on the forum to use it. Look for the "Register" link and follow the instructions. The form does not require an AAS membership number to register. You will be sent a confirmation email. Once confirmed you can read and post messages on the forum. It takes about 2 minutes.
Exhibit Hall hours and regulations.
Speaker Ready Room
Location: Room 109, Indiana Convention Center
The AAS has contracted blocks of rooms at the following hotel(s):
- The Westin Indianapolis
50 South Capitol Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46204
Group Rate: Single Double Rooms $182 (includes free high speed internet)
Versions of the schedule of the 221st Meeting of the AAS in Long Beach, CA.
Meeting: AAS 221 Meeting Long Beach
Registration Count: 2866 (22 August 2014 09:03 PM EDT)
Participating in the Undergraduate Orientation is a great way to increase your exposure at the AAS Summer Meeting. The cost for sponsorship is $300; the event will be held on Sunday, 2 June 2013 from 6:00pm-7:00pm.
Register online to Sponsor the Undergraduate Orientation
The goal of the AAS Topical Conference Series (AASTCS, pronounced "aztecs") is to organize between three and five topical conferences of significant interest to the astronomical community each year through a competitive proposal process.
Local and onsite information
The various ways people can participate in the meeting.
Interested in staying on top of what's happening at the 219th AAS meeting in Austin, TX, 8-12 January 2012? This is the place to start! Just follow the links below to view blog postings, tweets, and news articles from/about the meeting.