17 August 2022

Become An AAS Book Author — Send Us Your Ideas!

Steven Kawaler

Steven Kawaler Iowa State University

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We’re looking to expand the AAS-IOP Astronomy eBook series and would welcome ideas from the community for new books including undergraduate/graduate course textbooks, and higher-level research and reference texts aimed at graduate students and researchers. If you have any book ideas, or would like to become a book author yourself, please contact our commissioning editor at IOP Publishing to discuss at [email protected].


Steve Kawaler
Chair, AAS–IOP Astronomy eBooks Collection

Explore recently published titles below.

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Gravitational Waves in Physics and Astrophysics

M Coleman Miller and Nicolás Yunes

This book introduces gravitational waves to advanced undergraduates and beginning graduate students, focusing on what gravitational waves are and how they are produced, as well as how they can be used to learn about astrophysical phenomena and cosmological observations, to investigate the interior of neutron stars, and to test general relativity when black holes and neutron stars collide.


Active Galactic Nuclei

Françoise Combes

This book covers how Active Galactic Nuclei (AGN) are fueled by gas (or stars), how we can account for the wide variety of AGN observed, from Seyfert/Liners to quasars, and for the two types (AGN 1 and 2) either through dust obscuration, and geometrical orientation arguments, or through intrinsic activity difference, qualitative or quantitative.


ebook cover: Active Galactic Nuclei


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