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Meeting Services
The mission of the AAS is to enhance and share humanity's scientific understanding of the Universe. One objective established by Council to help achieve this mission is to facilitate and strengthen the interactions among members through professional meetings and other means, including supporting our Divisions and others in the field. AAS Meeting Services provides comprehensive meeting planning and support to our Divisions, ourselves, and others in the Astronomical sciences.

Types of Sessions at AAS Meetings
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.

About AAS:

The American Astronomical Society (AAS), established in 1899 and based in Washington, DC, is the major organization of professional astronomers in North America. Its membership of about 7,000 individuals also includes physicists, mathematicians, geologists, engineers, and others whose research and educational interests lie within the broad spectrum of subjects comprising contemporary astronomy. The mission of the AAS is to enhance and share humanity’s scientific understanding of the universe.

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Website: https://aas.org/...
Conference/Event Dates: 01/06/2019 - 01/10/2019
Classification: B2B
Primary Industry: Sciences
Other Industries: Associations: Trade / Professional, Business, Sciences
Estimated Attendance: 1,000
Audience: Astronomers, Physicists, Mathematicians, Geologists, Engineers, other Researchers interested in contemporary astronomy
Venue: Washington State Convention Center
Venue Phone: (206) 694-5000
Venue Type: Indoor - Convention Center
Number of Exhibitors:55+ Booths (227th Meeting) (Previous Year)
Show Owner:American Astronomical Society (AAS)
Show Manager:AAS
Sponsorship: Yes
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: debbie.kovalsky@aas.org 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:

http://aas.org/meetings/aas227/exhibitors

AAS Journals - AJ, ApJ, ApJS, ApJL

Apogee Imaging Systems, Inc.

Asahi Spectra Co., Ltd

Associated Universities, Inc.

Astro Haven Enterprises

ASTRON

Astronomical Consultants

ARC - Sloan Digital Sky Survey III

AURA

Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corporation

Bowen Technovation/AstroFX

Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning

Cambridge University Press

Canon

CARMA

CCAT Observatory

CHANDRA X-ray Science Center

Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA)

CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science

Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy (CIRA)

Digitalis Education Solutions, Inc.

e2v

Elsevier

Eureka Scientifi c, Inc.

Field Tested Software

Finger Lakes Instrumentation

Galaxy Evolution Explorer

Gemini Observatory

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

IOP Publishing

IPAC

James Webb Space Telescope

Konica Minolta Planetarium Systems Magna-Tech Electronic Co.

Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute

LCOGT.net

LIGO

Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company

Lowell Observatory

LSST Corporation

McDonald Observatory

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 Fermi

NASA Herschel Science Center

NASA IPAC Infrared Science Archive

NASA Lunar Science Institute

NASA Physics of the Cosmos

NASA Science Mission Directorate

NASA SWIFT

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

Northrop Grumman

Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuStar)

Offi cina Stellare

Orbital Sciences

Oxford University Press

Pearson

Physics Today

Piazza

PLANCK

PlaneWave Instruments

Princeton University Press

Rayleigh Optical Corporation

Schott North America, Inc.

SETI Institute

SIMBAD

SKA Organisation

Smithsonian/NASA ADS

Smithsonian/SIMBAD

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

Submillimeter Array

Teledyne Imaging Sensors

TMT Observatory Corp - Thirty Meter Telescope

University of Arizona Press

University of Chicago Press

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