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1 SpaceX's Dark Satellites Are Still Too Bright for Astronomers
2 American Astronomical Society
3 Dark skies and bright satellites
4 Astronomers Suggest Strategies to Reduce Interference from Satellite Megaconstellations
5 Satellite mega-constellations risk ruining astronomy forever
6 236th Meeting of the American Astronomical Society Goes Virtual
7 Bright satellites in the thousands could impact future space discoveries
8 The future of stargazing is at risk because of a familiar, old enemy
9 Astronomers are working to make sure large satellite constellations don’t forever change the night sky
10 Astronomers Thought They'd Found a 'Calm' Red Dwarf 11 Light-Years Away. They Were Wrong
11 Rebekah Dawson awarded 2020 Harold C. Urey Prize
12 Space Weather Preparedness Bill Clears Congress
13 How do planets form? NASA wants your help finding out
14 Four Johns Hopkins faculty members named American Astronomical Society fellows
15 American Astronomical Society Names Recipients of 2020 Awards And Prizes
16 The 2020 'Super Bowl of Astronomy' Kicks Off in Hawaii
17 American Astronomical Society President Calls on Members to Support Black Americans
18 AMERICAN ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY (AAS) ANNUAL MEETING, Jan 11-15, 2021, virtual
19 Astronomers seek to reduce glare from satellite swarms
20 American Astronomical Society: COVID-19 and the 236th AAS Meeting
21 UW astronomy professor Paula Szkody elected to American Astronomical Society leadership
22 American Astronomical Society Announces First Class of AAS Fellows, Including three from the SETI Institute
23 Report: Satellites could change the night sky
24 Thousands gather for American Astronomical Society conference at Hawaii Convention Center
25 Maunakea Looms Over American Astronomical Society Meeting
26 Vizgan '21 Honored with Chambliss Medal by American Astronomical Society
27 Vilas Receives 2019 Fred Whipple Award
28 American Astronomical Society hosts free public events
29 235TH Meeting of the American Astronomical Society
30 French Honored in First Class of American Astronomical Society Fellows
31 American Astronomical Society Announces First Class of AAS Fellows
32 Loren Acton named to first class of American Astronomical Society fellows
33 Bard Physics Professor Shuo Zhang Discusses Her Research on Galactic Center Filaments at American Astronomical Society Press Conference
34 AAS Names 29 NASA-Affiliated Legacy Fellows
35 Diversity, equity and inclusion nonsense
36 American Astronomical Society "Super Bowl of Astronomy" in Honolulu, January 2020
37 Astronomy Genealogy Project Launched
38 Students, Alumni Attend Meeting of the American Astronomical Society in Hawaii
39 Firsts and Founders in the FAS: A Series in Celebration of 50WomenAtYale150
40 American Astronomical Society awards ASU students Chambliss medals
41 New Decade, New Cosmic Priorities: Astrophysicists Want Big Science Goals for Astro2020
42 Author discusses new book on equity in science
43 Where polio remains, harmful satellites and a research crackdown
44 A Stellar Physicist
45 Astronomy society pushes for diversity in US PhD programmes
46 Opinion: Diversity, equity and inclusion nonsense
47 Big Astronomy Planetarium Program and Online Activities Go Live!
48 AMERICAN ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY (AAS) WINTER MEETING, Jan 4-8, 2020, Honolulu, Hawaii
49 Report Offers Roadmap to Mitigate Effects of Large Satellite Constellations on Astronomy
50 Astronomers find wandering massive black holes in dwarf galaxies
51 Astronomy virtual meeting taps Kaltenegger for lecture | Cornell Chronicle
52 Three Extraordinary Indian American Astrophysicists Named Inaugural Fellows of American Astronomical Society
53 Starlink vs. the astronomers
54 The Week of August 31, 2020
55 American Astronomical Society Names Recipients of 2019 Awards & Honors
56 Christopher Kochanek awarded 2020 Dannie Heineman Prize for Astrophysics Contributions
57 Joseph A. Timmerman | Obituaries
58 WALTER WILLIAMS: Diversity, equity and inclusion nonsense
59 New front emerges in battle to build giant telescope in Hawaii
60 Basu, Fischer, Urry named inaugural AAS Fellows
61 Astronomers award 2020 Education Prize to Deborah Byrd
62 Gender And Sexual Minorities in Astronomy Face Increased Risks of Harassment
63 Thousands gather at Hawaii Convention Center for ‘Super Bowl’ of astronomy
64 Astronomy's continuing harassment problem
65 Kaltenegger details diversity of exoplanets in lecture | Cornell Chronicle
66 Sonoma State astronomy professor recognized for her lifetime of achievements
67 Complete Coverage of the 221st AAS Meeting
68 With more Starlink satellites, astronomers keep voicing concerns
69 Meet Kelsie Krafton | astrobites
70 CROWDED SKIES: THE IMPACTS OF SATELLITE CONSTELLATIONS ON ASTRONOMY (AAS/SAO), Mar 11, 2020, DC, 9:30-10:30 am ET
71 Astronomy Conference Open to Public for First Time
72 Astronomers spot distant galaxy group driving ancient cosmic makeover
73 Robert W. Smith to Receive 2020 Doggett Prize for Historical Astronomy
74 E. Margaret Burbidge, Astronomer Who Blazed Trails on Earth, Dies at 100
75 Attend the DPS Meeting this Year! | Planetary News
76 SpaceX Wants to Conquer the Internet | Space
77 Scientists found powerful antibodies that target human cytomegalovirus
78 ʻImiloa Center takes center stage at astronomy conference
79 Astronomer receives American Astronomical Society's highest award
80 Vera Rubin, giant of astronomy | symmetry magazine
81 'Super Bowl of Astronomy' Kicks Off Without NASA Amid Government Shutdown
82 Black Astronomers Highlight Achievements and Obstacles
83 Class of stellar explosions found to be galactic producers of lithium
84 AAS Division for Planetary Sciences Announces 2020 Prize Winners
85 Astronomers capture a pulsar 'powering up'
86 Caltech's Roc Cutri Wins 2020 American Astronomical Society Prize
87 How COVID-19 Is Changing Big Astronomy
88 236th AAS Meeting Goes Virtual
89 AMERICAN ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY WINTER MEETING 2019, Jan 6-10, 2019, Seattle, WA
90 Controversy over giant telescope roils astronomy conference in Hawaii
91 The woman who explained the stars
92 Astronomers Warn Massive Satellite Fleets Could Change Astronomy Forever
93 Coronavirus prevention measures take their toll on astronomy
94 SpaceX Launches 60 More Satellites, Trying To Tone Them Down For Astronomers
95 Astronomers warn about effects of other satellite megaconstellations
96 Elon Musk's Starlink Satellites Pose Grave Threats to Cosmic Studies, Warn Astronomers
97 'Super Bowl of Astronomy' Attracts a Galaxy of Space Scientists (and Others)
98 A&S dean Ray Jayawardhana awarded Carl Sagan Medal | Cornell Chronicle
99 How the fight over a Hawaii mega-telescope could change astronomy
100 Margaret Burbidge, who explored the universe’s distant reaches, dies at 100