What to Expect at an AAS Meeting
One objective established by the Society to help achieve its mission is to facilitate and strengthen the interactions among members through professional meetings and other means, including supporting our Divisions and others in the field. AAS Meeting Services provides comprehensive meeting planning and support to our Divisions, ourselves, and others in the astronomical sciences.
235th AAS Meeting: Robert W. Smith delivered the HAD LeRoy E. Doggett Prize Lecture "From the Invention of Astrophysics to the Space Age: The Transformation of Astronomy 1860-1990."
232nd AAS Meeting: Plenary speaker Keivan Stassun presented "An Era of Precision Astrophysics for Exoplanets, Stars, and the Milky Way."
221st AAS Meeting: Attendees gather at the Closing Reception.
235th AAS Meeting: The hundred local students attended our Education & Outreach Day sponsored by Associated Universities, Inc.
227th AAS Meeting: President Meg Urry with Ruth Murray-Clay, Helen B. Warner Prize winner.
230th AAS Meeting: The LAD Plenary Lecture "The Rosetta Mission to Comet 67P/ Churyumov‐Gerasimenko" was delivered by Bonnie Buratti.
232nd AAS Meeting: Metal-Poor Stars, Dwarf Galaxies & a Cosmic Conundrum press conference participants.
224th AAS Meeting: Solar Physics Division Studentship Award winners.
221st AAS Meeting: Rodger Doxsey Prizewinners
233rd AAS Meeting: AAS Board of Trustees & Strategic Assembly.
Upcoming AAS Meetings where scientists share all the big discoveries in the field are announced there.