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Publications of the ASP goes all digital starting January 2021

Starting January 2021, the Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific (PASP) will be going 100% digital.  IOP Publishing and the ASP made this decision to be both economically and environmentally responsible. Since 2016 IOP publishing distributes PASP to ASP Technical Members and Institutional Subscribers.The last printed issue will be December 2020. All Technical Members of the ASP have been notified of this change and encouraged to renew their memberships as E-Technical Memberships and continue to enjoy the additional ASP Membership benefits.

Publications of the ASP is the technical journal of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific (ASP), publishing refereed manuscripts on astronomical research covering all wavelengths and distance scales as well as articles on the latest innovations in astronomical instrumentation and software. It features invited review papers on contemporary topics, contributed research articles, a section on astronomical instrumentation and data analysis, conference abstracts and summaries, and Ph.D. dissertation summaries.