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The AAS online membership directory is now more secure, and it displays more information to members than it does to nonmembers — as long as you sign in.

Have you obtained your ORCID iD yet? We tell you how to get one and how to add it to your AAS member profile, which can now accept your cell-phone number too.

If you paid your 2014 AAS dues by the end of 2013, you qualified for 15% off your share of the author charges for one paper accepted for publication this year in any of the AAS journals. Here's how to claim your discount.

The renewal notices recently mailed to many AAS members contained several printing and typographical errors. This short article should help clear up any confusion.

Renew your AAS membership by 31 December 2013 to take advantage of our new two-year renewal option, locking in the 2014 rate for 2015 as well. For each year, you'll also receive a 15% discount off your share of the author charges for a paper in any of the AAS journals.

Renew your AAS membership by 31 December 2013 to take advantage of our new two-year renewal option, locking in the 2014 rate for 2015 as well. For each year, you'll also receive a 15% discount off your share of the author charges for a paper in any of the AAS journals.

Please consider making a donation to the AAS to help advance student achievement, acknowledge extraordinary service, and celebrate outstanding research.

You can pay your 2013 membership dues online through 31 December 2012. When you log in to your account to renew you will find many improved features. You can also add or delete journal subscriptions and divisions; and an individual subscription to the AAS' electronic journals is only US $25 beginning with this renewal period.

The AAS has partnered with the NASA Federal Credit Union to offer a new member benefit. Members of the AAS may now join the NASA FCU.