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The AAS Open Access Publishing Model: Open, Transparent, and Fair

As of 2022, all AAS journals are open access. What does our business model look like for the journals now, and why did we choose it?

The AAS Publication Support Fund: Preserving Author Access to the AAS Journals

Ethan Vishniac outlines the AAS Publication Support Fund which provides financial support to authors for the publication of their journal articles.

Response to NASA RFI: NASA Public Access Plan for Increasing Access to the Results of NASA-Supported Research

AAS Publishing staff and editors have contributed a response to NASA’s recent Request for Information on their Public Access Plan for Increasing Access to the Results of NASA-Supported Research. Read AAS’s full response here.

On the Use of Chatbots in Writing Scientific Manuscripts

Ethan Vishniac discusses editorial guidelines for the use of chatbots in preparing manuscripts for submission to the journals of the AAS.

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Ultra-Faint Dwarf Galaxies: Not as Small as We Thought?

Astrobites reports on how astronomers use pulsating stars to look for stellar halos around ultra-faint dwarf galaxies, some of the smallest galaxies in the universe.

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Featured Image: A Suite of Exploding Stars

A new suite of supernova simulations allows researchers to find correlations between the properties of these cosmic explosions and properties of the stars they came from.

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Cosmic Rays Near and Far

How do cosmic rays move through the galaxy? Thanks to data collected by the aging Voyager 1 spacecraft, astronomers are closer to finding out.

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Measuring Ages from Craters on Giant Planet Satellites

The cratered surfaces of our solar system's moons record impacts reaching back billions of years. How do researchers measure the ages of these surfaces, and what can these ages tell us about how the moons formed?

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AAS Journals Editorial Board

The AAS Editor in Chief, the ApJ Letters Editor, the PSJ Editor, and a team of seven Lead Editors and more than 30 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.