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History: Established 2013.
Meeting: AAS 224th Meeting, Boston, MA
Registration Count: 1185 (18 September 2014 01:38 AM EDT)
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Organizer: Eileen Friel, Indiana University
Organizer: Barbara Whitney, University of Wisconsin
R. Paul Drake, University of Michigan
Steve Federman, University of Toledo
Wick Haxton, University of California at Berkeley
Farid Salama, NASA Ames Research Laboratory
Daniel Wolf Savin, Columbia Astrophysics Laboratory
Meeting: AAS 222 Meeting Indianapolis, IN
Registration Count: 572 (18 September 2014 01:38 AM EDT)
Meeting: HEAD 2013 Meeting: Monterey. CA
Registration Count: 347 (18 September 2014 01:38 AM EDT)
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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
Meeting: AAS 221 Meeting Long Beach
Registration Count: 2866 (18 September 2014 01:38 AM EDT)