In nature, 21 February 2022, by Davide Castelvecchi:
"When a star from our Galactic neighbourhood explodes, it could outshine the Moon. Researchers are racing to get ready for the fireworks"
The American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO) is an international scientific and educational nonprofit organization of amateur and professional astronomers who are interested in stars that change in brightness—variable stars. Its mission is to enable anyone, anywhere, to participate in scientific discovery through variable star astronomy. For more information, visit www.aavso.org .
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AAVSO’s Annual Spectroscopy Workshop Broadens the Horizons of Citizen Science
AAVSO anuncia un nuevo recurso para los futuros entusiastas de la ciencia en la Comunidad Hispana
AAVSO Celebrates a New Resource for Future Astronomy Enthusiasts in the Hispanic Community
Unistellar's Citizen Astronomy Community Partners with Worldwide Astronomy Organization for Exoplanet Science
Join Exoplanet Exploration: Citizens Help NASA Observe Other Worlds with Exoplanet Watch!
AAVSO Selected to Participate in Harvard Business School Association of Boston’s Community Action Partners Program
Increase Astronomical Discoveries by Storing Your Spectroscopic Observations with AVSpec
Data Milestone Achieved in AAVSO’s Variable Star Repository, VSX
Happy 110th Birthday to the AAVSO!
Welcoming Steve Shore at the AAVSO Spectroscopy Observing Section!
AAVSO Contributors Honored, 2020
Journal of the AAVSO May Be Innovative Experience with New Editor, Nancy Morrison
Publications Featuring AAVSO and AAVSO Observers
The Zoe Report:" " by Nicole Kliest, The Best Stargazing Travel Destinations For Outdoor Enthusiasts Feb. 27, 2022
Newsweek.com: " Homeless Amateur Astronomer on 'Joy' of Discovering Distant Supernova" by Robert Lea, Mar. 15, 2022
" " by Laura Begley Bloom Northern Lights: 17 Best Places To See Them In 2021
Sky & Telescope Magazine
"Deciphering the Mystery of RW Aurigae" (August 2021 print issue) by Kerry Hensley
" " by Steve Murray First discoveries of a pro-am exoplanet survey
" " by Diana Hannikainen The 2020 Chambliss Amateur Achievement Award Goes to Dennis Conti
" " by Christopher Crockett Amateur Planet Hunters Have a New Online Resource
"Pro-am Conjunction" (January 2021 print installment) by Diana Hannikainen
"Celebrating a Century of Variable Star Astronomy" (September 2021 print issue) by Stella Kafka
Phys.org: " Data milestone achieved in variable star repository"
SpaceRef: " Join Exoplanet Exploration: Citizens Help NASA Observe Other Worlds with Exoplanet Watch!"
Newsbreak : " Join Exoplanet Exploration: Citizens Help NASA Observe Other Worlds with Exoplanet Watch!"
Knowledgespeak.com: " Prof. Nancy Morrison named new Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of the American Association of Variable Star Observers"
New Zealand Online News
Lindsay Ward, AAVSO Communications Manager
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