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|About||The European Astronomical Society (EAS) promotes and advances astronomy in Europe|
|Mission||Promote top-level European astronomy in Europe and the rest of the world|
The European Astronomical Society (EAS) promotes and advances astronomy in Europe. As an independent body, the EAS is able to act on matters that need to be handled at a European level on behalf of the European astronomical community. In its endeavours the EAS collaborates with affiliated national astronomical societies and also with with pan-european research organizations and networks.
Founded in 1990, the EAS is a society of individual members. All professional astronomers and PhD students in astronomy may join the society, irrespective of their field of research, or their country of work or origin. In addition, corporations, publishers and non-profit organisations can become organisational members of the EAS.
For a more detailed description of the EAS and its goals, see the page:
|Awards||MERAC and Tycho Brahé prizes|