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Annual Report for 2017-2018 online

The AAVSO Annual Report for 2017-2018 has been published and is online. Both a high-resolution and a low-resolution version are available at https://www.aavso.org/annual-report.

AAVSO Annual Report for 2016-2017 online

The AAVSO Annual Report for 2016-2017 has been published and is online. Both a high-resolution and a low-resolution version are available at https://www.aavso.org/annual-report.

AAVSO Officers and Council Members

OFFICERS 2018 - 2019

President

Gordon Myers
2018 - 2019

Astronomy, M.Sc.
(biography)

History of the AAVSO

Since its founding in 1911, amateur and professional astronomers from all over the world have contributed to the success of the AAVSO.

Observing Campaigns [new]

[Note: if you are seeking confirmation of what you believe is a recent discovery, go to this page on reporting potential discoveries.  For general inquiries, please use our Contact form and select "General Observing" as the subject.]

AAVSO Annual Report for 2015-2016 online

The AAVSO Annual Report for 2015-2016 has been published and is online. Both a high-resolution and a low-resolution version are available at https://www.aavso.org/annual-report.

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

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