American Astronomical Society – IOP Series
Combining the award-winning IOP book program with the vast expertise of the AAS community has enabled a wide range of topics to be explored in depth by expert authors in the most fascinating areas of astronomy and astrophysics. This growing collection of ebooks features celebrated authors and aims to further the AAS mission to “enhance and share humanity’s scientific understanding of the universe”.
Aimed at advanced-level students, researchers and scientists in the field, the AAS—IOP Astronomy book collection covers the most fascinating areas of astronomy, astrophysics, solar physics and planetary science, including:
GALAXIES AND COSMOLOGY
INTERSTELLAR MATTER AND THE LOCAL UNIVERSE
HIGH-ENERGY PHENOMENA AND FUNDAMENTAL PHYSICS
THE SUN AND THE HELIOSPHERE
STARS AND STELLAR PHYSICS
LABORATORY ASTROPHYSICS, INSTRUMENTATION, SOFTWARE, AND DATA
THE SOLAR SYSTEM, EXOPLANETS, AND ASTROBIOLOGY
EDUCATION, OUTREACH AND HERITAGE
By creating digital books, authors can fully utilize new and evolving digital publishing capabilities. Multimedia and interactive features become an integral part of the book, offering an enhanced reading and research experience. The World Wide Telescope enables authors to produce interactive data visualizations for their publications, and images can be sourced from the AAS’ Astronomy Image Explorer.
Publish your book in the AAS series
We are currently seeking new proposals for the program and would love to hear from you if you are interested in contributing to this unique collection. Please submit a summary of your book idea detailing the topic, concept, and intended readership to email@example.com. Please include a current CV and your contact details.
About The American Astronomical Society (AAS)
The American Astronomical Society, established 1899, is the major organization of professional astronomers in North America. The membership (~7,000) also includes physicists, mathematicians, geologists, engineers, and others whose research interests lie within the broad spectrum of subjects now comprising the contemporary astronomical sciences. The mission of the Society is to enhance and share humanity’s scientific understanding of the universe.