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SPARK publishes original articles on astronomy education about or related to the education programs and activities of the American Astronomical Society and its members. Reading previous issues will give you an idea of the types of articles that appear in the Newsletter. Opinion pieces, reviews, letters to the editor, newsworthy items are all welcome, subject to the guidelines below.
Some Newsletter back-issues are available in PDF.
All AAS members may submit prize nominations and are encouraged to do so. With the exception of the student awards, prize nominations are due in the AAS Secretary's Office by 30 June each year.
Editor: Judith M. Johnson
Associate Editor: Crystal Tinch
AAS Executive Officer: Kevin B. Marvel
Associate Editor, Letters: Jeffrey Linsky, U. Colorado
The AAS Newsletter is published online six times a year.
How to Submit Material:
Deadline: 1 September
The AAS maintains an online Calendar and distributes a printed Wall Calendar. The online Calendar includes important dates, such as proposal and grant deadlines and astronomical meetings. The printed Membership Calendar includes important dates and AAS sponsored meetings.
Sponsors receive selection of a photo layout page, 250 words of text and sponsorship recognition in the calendar front matter. For only $2,250, your institution or department can show support for the whole astronomical community and be featured prominently in astronomers' offices across the country.
Sponsors and potential sponsors for future AAS calendars are reminded that sponsorship space is provided on a first-come, first-served basis. Groups interested in sponsoring a month may contact Crystal Tinch for more information and pricing details. Deadline for sponsorship is 1 September.
Lists all officers and councilors that have served since the AAS was founded in 1899.
AAS Electronic Announcement #128 -- August 2003
[Mailed from aas.org at 8:00am 7 AUGUST 2003]
- 2004 MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY
- TURN OFF YOUR CELL PHONE CONTEST
- CORRECTED PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENT NSF ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPHYSICS POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS
- CONFERENCE ON COMMUNICATING ASTRONOMY TO THE PUBLIC
- FOUR YEARS OF CHANDRA OBSERVATIONS A TRIBUTE TO RICCARDO GIACCONI
- FCRAO 14 METER TELESCOPE PROPOSALS