Why Is the AAS Meeting So Expensive?

14 Nov 2022
The 241st AAS meeting will be a fully hybrid meeting; while it carries dramatic benefits, the registration rates are a bit higher. Here we provide a detailed explanation of why hybrid meetings are more expensive.

An Updated COVID-19 Policy for AAS 241

7 Nov 2022
We are revising our COVID-19 health and safety policy for the 241st AAS meeting in Seattle to include a mask mandate alongside our (unchanged) vaccine and booster requirement.

Upcoming AAS Regional Meeting in Arkansas

19 Sep 2022
The 2022 Mid-American Regional Astrophysics Conference, an AAS-endorsed regional meeting, will take place 7–8 October at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.

Connect with the AAS Solar Eclipse Task Force at AAS 240

23 May 2022
If you're attending AAS 240, join our Splinter Meeting on Wednesday, June 15th, to meet members of the AAS Solar Eclipse Task Force and learn how by working together we can help your community prepare for the American...

K-Band Science with the Green Bank Telescope

12 May 2022
The Green Bank Observatory is planning a workshop on K-band science — past, present and future — covering science that has utilized or will utilize the Green Bank Telescope. The workshop will be held 19–21 September 2022...