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Announcing the Candidates for 2016 AAVSO Council Elections

Slate of candidates for AAVSO Council elections to be held November 2016

Richard Berry, Lyons, Oregon
Tom Calderwood, Bend, Oregon
David Gagnon, Nantucket, Massachusetts
Mike Joner, Provo, Utah
Katrien Kolenberg, Heverlee, Belgium -  *running for re-election
Linda Morgan-O’Connor, Danforth, Maine
Richard S. Post, Lexington, Massachusetts
Gregory R. Sivakoff, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

 

Biographical statements from candidates

Richard Berry, Lyons, Oregon

Annual Report for 2014-2015 now online

Annual Report of the AAVSO for 2014-2015

https://www.aavso.org/annual-report

The Annual Report of the AAVSO describes the activities of the AAVSO over the past fiscal year, and provides general information about the organization.

AAVSO Officers and Council Members

OFFICERS 2015-2016

President

Kristine Larsen
Astronomy, Ph.D.

(biographical)

 

AAVSO Communications

AAVSO Communications was launched in March 2015. The purpose of this monthly email is to highlight new initiatives and ongoing projects in a concise way which we hope you will find informative. Sometimes there is just so much going on that it is hard to keep track of it all. We hope that AAVSO Communications will make it easier for you to see what is happening and follow the links to read more about what interests you.

Program Committee Report to Membership February 2015

February 3, 2015

The AAVSO Program Committee spent many months evaluating the AAVSO's programs and activities. This committee has now released its report. A pdf version of the report may be found at

Program Committee Report to the Membership
 

 

Datos de la BAAVSS ahora disponibles a través de la AAVSO

La American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO) y la British Astronomical Association Variable Star Section (BAAVSS) tienen el agrado de anunciar que el archivo de observaciones de estrellas variables de la BAAVSS ya está disponible a través del sitio web de AAVSO. Los archivos de la BAAVSS cuentan con más de 2,5 millones de observaciones de estrellas variables realizadas en su mayoría por astrónomos aficionados de todo el mundo durante los pasados 150 años.

BAAVSS data now available through the AAVSO

The American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO) and the British Astronomical Association Variable Star Section (BAAVSS) are pleased to announce that the variable star observation archive of the BAAVSS is now available through the website of the AAVSO.  The BAAVSS archives comprise over 2.5 million variable star observations made mostly by amateur astronomers world-wide over the past 150 years.  These data now join the archives of the AAVSO in the AAVSO International Database, which consists of over 25 million variable star observations made by observe

AAVSO Professional Survey for 2013

AAVSO Councillor Kevin Paxson has completed and presented the results of the AAVSO's survey of the professional astronomical community.  The AAVSO solicited participation from professional astronomers in an online survey early this year, and the results are now available in both raw and summarized form, with commentary and analysis from Kevin.  The results were presented at the 2013 Spring Meeting of the AAVSO, and the final reports are now available here.

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