233rd Meeting of the American Astronomical Society
6-10 January 2019 | Seattle, Washington
Save money -  Regular Deadline Extended
1 November

Meeting Dates:
6-10 January 2019.

Exhbitor Move-In:
Sunday, 6 January

Exhibitor Move-Out:
Thursday, 10 January

Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, Washington

Regular Deadline:
1 November 2018
Thank You to Our Society Partners

Thank You to
Our Sponsors


Why Exhibit at the AAS Meeting?
American Astronomical Society meetings are dynamic gatherings of professional astronomers from around the world. The Seattle winter meetings typically host 2,500+ participants. The four days are filled with scientific sessions, digital iposters, traditional paper posters and oral presentations, as well as invited sessions from prominent researchers with exciting results.

The Exhibit Hall is constantly bustling with activity, drawing attendees to your booth.

Highlights of the Exhibit Hall
  • Over 2,500+ participants
  • Daily coffee breaks in the Hall
  • AM/PM poster and iPoster sessions
  • Career Center and Interview Rooms
  • Internet Cafe
  • Decision makers from all major agencies attend
  • Local student outreach event
  • Student Pavilion & Mentoring Sessions
  • Complimentary wireless internet
Sponsorships Spotlight Your Business
Becoming a sponsor of the AAS meeting positions you and your business as an authority in your industry. You gain respect and credibility by standing out from the pack of attendees and prominently displaying your products and marketing materials. 

Not only are the participants at the event potential new clients and customers, so are your fellow sponsors and vendors!
Reserve Your Exhibit Space
The winter meeting Exhibit Hall is almost full, so  reserve your booth today! Sponsors and AAS Corporate Members have first choice on their booth placement. Please make sure your membership is up to date to receive the lowest exhibitor rates. Placing your order by the regular deadine is another way to save!

Contact Us
For more information, contact Debbie Kovalsky, AAS Director of Exhibits and Development, at 202-328-2010 x100 or exhibits@aas.org.