229th American Astronomical Society

The mission of the AAS is to enhance and share humanity’s scientific understanding of the Universe. One objective established by Council to help achieve this 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 […]

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Space Science & Astrobiology Division Seminar

Beyond Kepler: Direct Imaging of Earth-like Exoplanets Dr. Ruslan Belikov, SSA Is there another Earth out there? Is there life on it? People have been asking these questions for over two thousand years, and we finally stand on the verge of answering them. The Kepler space telescope has already revealed that many stars have planets […]

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Ames scientists present latest research on polar volatiles to international community

Ames researchers Anthony Colaprete, Jennifer Heldmann, and Rick Elphic each delivered invited talks at the 57th Annual Brown-Vernadsky Microsymposium in Houston, TX, while Ted Roush and Elphic had poster presentations. This meeting was convened to explore our current knowledge of volatile materials on the Moon and Mercury and seek to identify the key questions, goals […]

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