Looking for information regarding the impact of large satellite constellations on astronomy and what AAS is doing about it? You can find some useful resources on this page compiled by the AAS Public Policy team.
The SATCON2 workshop will be held virtually 12-16 July 2021 to discuss how to implement the strategies determined in last year's SATCON1 to minimize the impact of satellite constellations on astronomy.
The International Dark-Sky Association's 2020 conference, held virtually 13-14 November, will emphasize stories and voices often underrepresented in the dark-sky community. Registration is free but required.
NSF's NOIRLab and the AAS will host a joint virtual press conference on Tuesday, 25 August, to present a report on the impact of existing and planned large satellite constellations on optical and infrared astronomy.
On 26 May the AAS and the Satellite Industry Association will host an informational webinar on the impacts of satellite constellations on ground-based optical and infrared astronomy. You must register to attend.
Based on testimony to the Astro2020 Decadal Survey, SpaceX has posted a rather lengthy and detailed update on its efforts to mitigate the adverse effects of its Starlink satellite constellation on ground-based astronomy.