Calling All Dynamic Astronomers: Assemble in Boulder!
Celebrate 50 years of celestial mechanics with the Division on Dynamical Astronomy, 10-14 June, in Boulder, Colorado. Time is running out to submit your late abstract and register at discounted rates.
DDA's 2018 Awards for Achievements in Dynamical Astronomy
The AAS Division on Dynamical Astronomy is giving its 2018 Brouwer Award to James M. Stone (Princeton University) and its 2018 Rubin Prize to Gurtina Besla (University of Arizona).
Division on Dynamical Astronomy Announces 2017 Awards
Ortwin Gerhard (Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics) will receive the Dirk Brouwer Award, and Daniel Fabrycky (University of Chicago) will receive the Vera Rubin Early Career Prize.
DDA's New Early Career Prize Named for Vera Rubin
The AAS Division on Dynamical Astronomy announced a new Early Career Prize and voted to name the prize in honor of the late Vera Rubin, a galactic dynamicist and long-time DDA member.
Brouwer Award for Dynamical Astronomy Goes to Rosemary Wyse
The AAS Division on Dynamical Astronomy is bestowing its highest honor on a Johns Hopkins professor who has made fundamental contributions to our understanding of the Milky Way's history.
The Future of Time: A Singular Event at the AAS Meeting
This workshop on Sunday afternoon, 5 January, will cover the proposed redefinition of Universal Time to no longer be tied to the rotation of the Earth, which would have significant implications for astronomy.