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During Winter Meetings, posters are displayed for one day and late abstracts are usually displayed on the final day of the meeting. During Summer Meetings posters are displayed for two days. Monday poster sessions continue on Tuesday and Wednesday poster sessions continue on Thursday.
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Contact the event managers listed below for more information about how you can participate at the AAS 232nd Meeting (Summer) - American Astronomical Society.
|Conference/Event Dates:||06/03/2018 - 06/07/2018|
|Other Industries:||Associations: Trade / Professional, Business, Sciences|
|Audience:||Astronomers, Physicists, Mathematicians, Geologists, Engineers, other Researchers interested in contemporary astronomy|
|Venue:||Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel|
|Venue Phone:||(303) 893-3333|
|Venue Type:||Indoor - Hotel|
|Official Conference Hotel:||Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel|
|Conference Hotel URL:||http://www.sheratondenverdowntown.com/...|
|Number of Exhibitors:||55+ Booths (227th Meeting) (Previous Year)|
|Show Owner:||American Astronomical Society (AAS)|
|Sponsorship Details:||Participating in the AAS Meeting Sponsorship Program is a great way to increase your exposure at the AAS Meetings and show your support for the American Astronomical Society. Please contact Debbie Kovalsky for pricing and information: email@example.com or 202-328-2010 x110.|
|Booth Size||Booth Cost||Available Amenities|
|8' x 10' Corporate Member Publisher Affiliate||$2,945||Electricity:||Yes||- Unknown Price|
|8' x 10' Government||$3,360||Water:||n/a|
|8' x 10' Nonmember||$4,249||Generator:||n/a|
|Prices are subject to change.||Marketing Vehicles Allowed:||Call|
|Other Booth Sizes Available: n/a|
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Past Meeting Exhibitors:
AAS Journals - AJ, ApJ, ApJS, ApJL
Apogee Imaging Systems, Inc.
Asahi Spectra Co., Ltd
Associated Universities, Inc.
Astro Haven Enterprises
ARC - Sloan Digital Sky Survey III
Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corporation
Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning
Cambridge University Press
CHANDRA X-ray Science Center
Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA)
CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science
Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy (CIRA)
Digitalis Education Solutions, Inc.
Eureka Scientifi c, Inc.
Field Tested Software
Finger Lakes Instrumentation
Galaxy Evolution Explorer
GMTO Corporation - Giant Magellan Telescope
Hands On Optics
Herschel Space Observatory
Historical Astronomy Division
IAU XXVIII General Assembly
Indiana University Pervasive Technology Institute
Institut de Recherche En Astrophysique et Planetologie
Instituto de Astrofi sica de Canaria
International X-Ray Observatory - NASA GSFC IXO
James Webb Space Telescope
Konica Minolta Planetarium Systems Magna-Tech Electronic Co.
Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute
Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company
Microsoft Research - WorldWide Telescope
Millennium Space Systems
NAIC - Arecibo Observatory
NASA Astrophysics Data System
NASA Ames - Kepler Mission
NASA Cosmic Origins
NASA Exoplanet Science Institute
NASA Exoplanet Exploration Program
NASA Extragalactic Database
NASA Herschel Science Center
NASA IPAC Infrared Science Archive
NASA Lunar Science Institute
NASA Physics of the Cosmos
NASA Science Mission Directorate
National Geographic Society
National Optical Astronomy Observatory (NOAO)
National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO)
National Research Council - The National Academies
National Science Foundation
National Solar Observatory
Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuStar)
Offi cina Stellare
Oxford University Press
Princeton University Press
Rayleigh Optical Corporation
Schott North America, Inc.
South African Large Telescope
Southwest Research Institute
Space Science Institute
Space Telescope Science Institute
Spectral Instruments, Inc.
SPIE - The Society for Optics and Photonics
Spitzer Science Center
Springer Science and Business Media
Teledyne Imaging Sensors
TMT Observatory Corp - Thirty Meter Telescope
University of Arizona Press
University of Chicago Press