With COVID-19 rising again, next month’s ‘Super Bowl of Astronomy’ has been cancelled

As COVID-19 infection rates rise again, leaders of American Astronomical Society (AAS) canceled a major conference scheduled for early January, sometimes nicknamed the “Super Bowl of astronomy” by space aficionados.

The AAS Board of Directors voted to cancel the conference’s in-person events, scheduled to take place in Salt Lake City from January 9 to January 13. The group announced the decision in a statement released on December 22, noting that it is still deciding how to handle events that were scheduled to take place virtual. But the next day (December 23), another statement announced that the entire conference would be cancelled.

https://www.space.com/2021-aas-astronomy-conference-canceled-covid-omicron With COVID-19 rising again, next month’s ‘Super Bowl of Astronomy’ has been cancelled

Chris Estrada

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