25 September 2023

Get Your 2023 Edition of Annual Review of Astronomy and Astrophysics

Susanna Kohler

Susanna Kohler American Astronomical Society (AAS)

Annual Reviews LogoAs a benefit of belonging to the AAS, members are eligible for a savings of 44% when purchasing new editions of the Annual Review of Astronomy and Astrophysics and/or the Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences. In addition, the $100 member price includes digital access back to Vol. 1 for each title.

The Annual Review of Astronomy and Astrophysics, in publication since 1963, covers significant developments in the astronomical sciences, including such topics as the Sun, our solar system and extrasolar planets, stars and star clusters, the interstellar medium, our galaxy and other galaxies, active galactic nuclei, cosmology, instrumentation and techniques, and the history of the development of new areas of research.

The 2023 edition, Vol. 61, is now available online and in print. The 13 reviews in this volume, edited by Robert C. Kennicutt and Ewine van Dishoeck, cover topics like the first stars, interstellar interlopers, advances in optical and infrared astronomy, protoplanetary disk chemistry, hydrodynamical simulations of the galaxy population, and circumbinary accretion from binary stars to massive binary black holes. Volume 61 also features the autobiographical article "A Walk in Time and Space: My Journey as a Strategic Scientist" by Shuhua Ye.

View the Vol. 61 Table of Contents

To take advantage of the 44% discount for AAS members, log in to the AAS website (if you're not already logged in), visit our Annual Reviews page, download the special order form you'll find there, then place your order directly with Annual Reviews.

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