The AAS and our journals partner, the Institute of Physics Publishing, are pleased to announce an improved system for handling article publication charges for our journals.
Attend the WorldWide Telescope workshop at the AAS winter meeting to learn how to use WWT for research, education, or outreach.
Thanks to new partnerships with Authorea and Overleaf, you can now submit papers directly from these collaborative authoring tools to the Astronomical Journal and the Astrophysical Journal family.
Authors publishing in AAS Journals have a new payment option in response to author requests and funding agency requirements.
The AAS is looking for a contract programmer to lead the software development activities of the WorldWide Telescope/Astrolabe project, funded by the National Science Foundation.
AAS-IOP ebooks, a new series launching in 2017, is commissioning material and we want to hear from you.
We are pleased to announce some exciting changes at AAS Publishing that were recommended by the AAS Journals Futures Task Force in 2014 and unanimously approved by the AAS Council in January 2015.
Developed by Microsoft Research, WWT is now an open-source "Universe Information System" whose further development will be led and supported by the AAS.
A two-hour workshop will be offered twice on Wednesday, 6 January, to provide authors and referees with crucial information about publishing in the Astronomical Journal and the Astrophysical Journal.
The editors and publishers of some of the world's leading astronomical journals are offering a workshop for current and prospective authors and referees at the IAU General Assembly. RSVP today!