Twenty-one astronomers, solar physicists, and planetary scientists from the AAS took to Capitol Hill on Wednesday, 14 March 2018, to advocate for robust federal investment in the astronomical sciences
At the 232nd AAS meeting in Denver, Colorado, on 4 June 2018, the Kavli Foundation Plenary Lecture will be given by Debra Fischer (Yale University), a leading expert on detecting and characterizing exoplanets.
AAS President-Elect Megan Donahue and Executive Officer Kevin Marvel are gravely concerned about the administration’s proposed cuts to NASA’s astrophysics budget and the abrupt cancellation of the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope.
At its 231st semiannual meeting near Washington, DC, the American Astronomical Society named the recipients of its 2018 prizes for outstanding achievements in scientific research, instrument development, and writing.
The AAS and its publications partner the Institute of Physics (IOP) Publishing announce the return of Research Notes of the AAS (RNAAS) — short communications for the rapid publication and distribution of new and exciting results.