In this column from the AAS Historical Astronomy Division, we focus on an astronomical observation made by the archetypal Renaissance man Leonardo da Vinci.
The AAS Task Force on Diversity and Inclusion in Graduate Astronomy Education is holding a Special Session at the 232nd AAS meeting in Denver on 4 June and looks forward to hearing your ideas.
The AAS has issued two Action Alerts so far in 2018, and our members may have noticed a new look to the emails. We're now using CQIgnite, advocacy software from CQ Roll Call.
AAS Nova provides highlights of recent articles from AJ, ApJ, ApJ Letters, and ApJ Supplements to inform you about discoveries you might otherwise overlook.
The AAS seeks proposals for Special Sessions and Town Halls to be held at the 233rd AAS meeting in Seattle, Washington, 6-10 January 2019. Deadlines are just around the corner!
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!
Conducting authentic research inspires undergraduates and provides them with important skills. Learn how to build a successful program at a workshop on 4 June at the Denver AAS meeting.
The Near-Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer and IPAC announce the NEOWISE 2018 Data Release with 10.3 million calibrated image sets and more than 76.8 billion source detections.
Slidecasts of 12 invited talks and prize lectures presented at the January 2018 AAS meeting near Washington, DC, are now online for members. Sign in to view them at your leisure.
This week, ask your US senators and representative to support NASA astrophysics and community-derived science priorities, including the Wide-Field Infrared Survey Telescope.