Abstracts & Proposals
Every presentation at the AAS summer and winter meetings is accompanied by an abstract no more than 2,250 characters long that describes the research being presented. Meeting attendees wishing to present — whether via a talk or a poster — must submit a proposed abstract by the set abstract deadlines.
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Session Proposal Submission
Town Halls are intended for federal agencies, national observatories, and major current and future missions and facilities to present policy information and to solicit feedback from their user communities.
Special Sessions are intended for observatories, missions, and facilities to present and discuss scientific results and plans, and for discussion of education and state-of-the-profession topics. They typically feature multiple speakers.
Workshops are focused meetings, typically with a small group of invited participants, usually on an educational, programmatic, or career topic. Workshops are typically collaborative and interactive.
Splinter Meetings are science or programmatic meetings that do not fit the definition of Special Sessions (e.g., longer than 90 minutes, or with a by-invitation audience).
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