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Astro2020 Decadal Survey: APC White Papers

In early 2019, astronomers submitted 294 “APC” — Activities, Projects, and State…

Women in Astronomy IV White Paper: Graduate Admissions in a Post-GRE World

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]A panel session entitled “Graduate Admissions in a Post-GRE World” was held…

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Almost Forgotten Anniversaries in 2019

Several key events and discoveries related to meteoritics, astronomy, geo- and cosmochemistry,…

Principles of Editing

Helmut A. Abt Kitt Peak National Observatory, NOAO, Box 26732, Tucson, AZ,…

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Lodewijk Woltjer

Lodewijk Woltjer died on Sunday the 25th of August 2019. The AAS…

José Flores Velázquez

José Flores Velázquez died on Wednesday the 14th of August 2019. The…

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Tracking Gas in Star-Forming Galaxies

How has galaxy evolution changed over our universe’s history? New observations of evasive

Kepler systems

Possibly Impossible Planets

To constrain models of planetary formation, we need to know what sorts of planets can form.

Geminga illustration

Should We Blame Pulsars for Too Much Antimatter?

A new study explores whether two nearby pulsars are causing the surplus of high-energy positrons

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