AAS Resolutions related to research, education, society, and astronomy as a profession.
AAS Council resolutions related to research, education, society, and astronomy as a profession but whose period of relevance has passed.
[Please note: The AAS Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws are now published on separate pages. You can find the Bylaws at aas.org/governance/bylaws.]
[Please note: The AAS Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws are now published on separate pages. You can find the Articles of Incorporation at aas.org/governance/articles-of-incorporation.]
The AAS is moving forward with a change in governance structure and function that will result in many matters previously documented in the Society’s Bylaws migrating to Policies. This transition in still in progress. The policies established by the Board of Trustees will be added to this page in the near future.
There are currently no AAS elections in progress.
September 7, 2010
The purpose of this document is to describe and prioritize the Society’s activities, including the work of the Executive Office and the Society governance.
The goals and priorities will be regularly reviewed and updated by Council.
General sources of information on light pollution, radio interference, and space debris.
The mission of the American Astronomical Society is to enhance and share humanity’s scientific understanding of the Universe.