Instructions for Posting
AAS members may submit items for publication and distribution by the AAS. All content is subject to review and editing by the AAS Executive Office, which reserves the right to accept or reject content at its sole discretion.
Posts are articles for the attention of AAS members; in the past, such articles would have been submitted for the AAS Newsletter or Electronic Announcement. Members may submit News Items — Timely announcements and brief reports.
Common news items: Project updates, honors received by AAS members.
Rarely accepted items: Meeting announcements; these should be submitted as Events.
Posts are published on the AAS website and — depending on author, reviewer, and member choices — may optionally be:
- distributed to all AAS members by email via our biweekly AAS News Digest.
- distributed on social media via the AAS Facebook page, LinkedIn page, and @AAS_Office Twitter account.
Impending deadlines relevant to AAS members are published in our online Calendar.
Astronomy-related meetings, conferences, workshops, and other events are published in our online Calendar. Inclusion of events on the AAS Calendar is for viewer information only and does not imply endorsement by the American Astronomical Society.
Ads for astronomy-related jobs and fellowships are published in the AAS Job Register; see "How to Submit a Job Ad."
Instructions for submitting scientific research articles to the Astrophysical Journal (ApJ), ApJ Letters, ApJ Supplement Series, or Astronomical Journal (AJ) may be found on the journals' websites and in our Publishing section.
Death notices should be emailed to Crystal Tinch.