Why AAS Journals Back

Top 10 Reasons to Publish with the AAS

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AAS Reply to OSTP RFC on Data Repositories

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Unified Astronomy Thesaurus (UAT)

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AAS Authors Worldwide

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Update on Open Access for AAS Journals

As of 1 January 2022, all of the journals of the American Astronomical Society (AAS) are fully open access (OA). This means that past, present, and future articles published in AAS journals are all immediately open for anyone to freely read. Impact on the Journals The transition to the…

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Response to NASA RFI: Implementation and Changes to Science Policy Document (SPD)-41

AAS Publishing staff and editors and the AAS Publications Committee have contributed a response to NASA’s recent Request for Information on their SPD-41 policy on open data and open science. Read AAS’s full response here.

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A Word on the AAS Journals Finances

AAS Executive Officer Kevin Marvel provides a short explanation about the financial situation for our journals.

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Judith Pipher, 1940-2022

With great regret we note the passing of Judith Pipher on Monday, February 21st.  She was a pioneer in infrared astronomy and longtime editor for The Astrophysical Journal.  She was a voice of grace, patience and wisdom and we will miss her.  It is simply not possible to do justice…

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WorldWide Telescope Releases 2022 Version

Thousands of new astronomical images have been highlighted in latest release of AAS WorldWide Telescope. Read about what else is new in WWT 2022!

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