LAD Awards 2024 Dissertation Prize to Vincent Esposito

29 Feb 2024
The AAS Laboratory Astrophysics Division (LAD) is honoring Vincent Esposito for his PhD thesis at the University of Pennsylvania, The Spectroscopy, Photochemistry, and Dynamics of Atmospheric and Astronomical Molecules.

Science for a Technological Society

26 Feb 2024
The AAS Policy Blog will have a series of posts written by guest authors who will assess our progress on the decadal priorities and identify new opportunities and challenges for the coming decade. This week, Daniel Baker...

Final 2024 Membership Renewal Reminders Sent

23 Feb 2024
The grace period for membership ends soon. If you don't renew by Friday, 8 March, your AAS membership will be suspended and renewals after that date will incur a $10 late fee.

ALMA Cycle 11 Proposal Preparation Workshops

23 Feb 2024
A series of workshops are organized from 21 March to 3 April 2024 and are designed to assist you in proposal preparation and observation planning for ALMA Cycle 11. Registration is free.

CUNY Master's in Astrophysics: Virtual Open House

20 Feb 2024
The astrophysics master’s program at the City University of New York (CUNY) will hold a virtual open house on Friday, 15 March, to discuss the application process, the format of the program, financial support, and more.

AAS/SPD Popular Media Award Nomination Open

14 Feb 2024
The Solar Physics Division (SPD) solicits nominations for the Popular Media Award, which is awarded annually to authors of popular articles/new media about the Sun or its effects on the Earth's environment. Deadline: 6...

Realizing Decadal Priorities in Astronomy

14 Feb 2024
AAS President Kelsey Johnson shares her perspective on the importance of advancing decadal priorities in the astronomical sciences and urges the community to help the AAS in its advocacy efforts.

243rd AAS Meeting Photos Online

13 Feb 2024
Hundreds of snapshots from the January 2024 AAS meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana, have been posted in our online gallery.

SARA Seeks New Institutional Members

13 Feb 2024
The Southeastern Association for Research in Astronomy (SARA) Consortium is seeking to engage at least one new institutional member in 2024.