AAS Nova Research Highlights

Seeking the Circumgalactic Medium with Dragonfly

Astrobites reports on whether an instrument designed to image low surface brightness objects can help shed light on ghostly structures of the circumgalactic and intergalactic media.

It’s Getting Hot, Hot, Hot With Coronal Loops

Are sunspots the key to answering the decades-old solar coronal heating problem? Astrobites reports.

Featured Image: A Runaway Pulsar

In these dramatic images, a pulsar can be seen plunging out of a supernova remnant and taking off into interstellar space.

Focus on SOFIA: HAWC+

HAWC+ is a unique instrument: besides capturing high-resolution images in far-infrared light, it can also map out invisible celestial magnetic fields.

Additional Author Resources

AAS Lead & Science Editors

The AAS Editor in Chief, the ApJ Letters Editor, eight Lead Editors, and more than 20 Science Editors manage peer review of its flagship research journals.

AAS Publications Committee

The AAS Publications Committee works with the AAS Editor in Chief to oversee the policies, editorial personnel, and new initiatives of AAS Publishing.