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AAVSO 110 Anniversary Celebration

November 03, 2021 to November 07, 2021
8:30 AM - 8:00 PM
The Row Hotel, 360 Foley St,, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States, 02145

About This Event

The American Association of Variable Stars Observers (AAVSO) is turning 110 this year! The AAVSO is celebrating this milestone at the 110th AAVSO Annual Meeting, Wednesday, November 3 through Sunday, November 7, 2021, at The Row Hotel in Assembly Row, Somerville, MA. The Annual Meeting includes a reception with an opening speaker Friday night, and two full days of keynote speakers, presentations, poster research and observing section discussions, and ends with a banquet Sunday night. Also experience additional in-person perks celebrating our 110th year! \ \ There will also be a 2-day Spectroscopy Workshop for beginner through advanced participants on November 3-4. \ \ Don\'t miss our stellar line up of keynote speakers on the 6th and 7th: Sara Seager - Planetary Science, Physics, and Aerospace Engineering MIT-\"TESS Exoplanets and Beyond\" Andrea Dupree -Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CFA)-\"The Mysterious Great Dimming of Betelgeuse\" David Latham -Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CFA)-\"Spectroscopy of Eclipsing Binaries and Brown Dwarfs Identified by TESS\" Joe Patterson - Columbia University- “A Network\'s Observations of Cataclysmic Variables” \ \ Since 1911, the AAVSO has advanced astronomy by providing citizen scientists the opportunity to contribute to research on a global scale. The AAVSO significantly contributes to astronomy research and serves as a resource for their community of observers.\