About 800 researchers from the US and around the world are expected to attend DPS 50 to discuss new findings about our own solar system as well as planetary systems around other stars.
The AAS operates a press-release-distribution service that reaches more than 2,500 science writers worldwide — but only if you remember to use it!
This post covers the new Affiliate classes for amateur astronomers and alumni, and is the last in a three-part series about the changes to the Society's membership classes.
Join an online hangout on Thursday, 9 August, at 3:00 pm ET to learn how IceCube works, what the researchers hope to find, and the detection of IceCube-10922.
Despite significant cuts to NASA's Planetary Science Division budget early in this decade, the agency has made impressive progress in meeting goals outlined in the 2013-2022 planetary decadal survey.
AAS Nova provides highlights of recent articles from AJ, ApJ, ApJ Letters, and ApJ Supplements to inform you about discoveries you might otherwise overlook.
If you've received an email offering a list of AAS meeting attendees for sale, you're being scammed. We do not share our attendee lists with third parties. Buyer beware!
Most AAS members receive the magazine Physics Today as a membership benefit. The latest issue is now en route to subscribers' mailboxes and can be accessed online.
The American Geophysical Union's Fall Meeting in Washington, DC, 10-14 December 2018 features numerous sessions on exoplanets. AAS members are welcome to submit abstracts.
The US National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s Committee on Astronomy and Astrophysics invites the community to submit white papers by 18 January 2019 in preparation for the 2020 decadal survey.