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Why Attend

Overview

The American Astronomical Society Meeting is the largest astronomy meeting in the world.

Why Attend – 2023

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.

Why Exhibit – 2023

By exhibiting at the meeting, exhibitors will get an opportunity to display their products and services to a target audience.

Organizer

The American Astronomical Society (AAS) was established in 1899 through the efforts of solar astronomer George Ellery Hale, who also created The Astrophysical Journal and built the Yerkes Observatory, and Simon Newcomb, an astronomer, applied mathematician and autodidactic polymath, who was then seen as America’s pre-eminent astronomer.

The mission of the American Astronomical Society (AAS) is to enhance and share humanity’s scientific understanding of the universe as a diverse and inclusive astronomical community.

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Future and Past Event Dates
Date Location Atten Exhib
Jun 05, 2025 Anchorage, Alaska - -
Jan 12, 2025 Washington, District of Columbia - -
Jun 09, 2024 Madison, Wisconsin - -
Jan 07, 2024 New Orleans, Louisiana - -
Jun 04, 2023 Albuquerque, New Mexico - -
Jan 08, 2023 Puyallup, Washington - -
Jun 12, 2022 Pasadena, California - verified
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Jan 09, 2022 Salt Lake City, Utah - verified
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Jun 07, 2021 Denver, Colorado verified
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Jun 03, 2018 Denver, Colorado verified
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Jan 04, 2016 Orlando, Florida - -
Jan 04, 2015 Puyallup, Washington - -
Jun 01, 2014 Boston, Massachusetts - -