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101. & 100. Welcome Address by AAS President Meghan Donahue & Fred Kavli Plenary Lecture: Searching for Habitable Worlds: Challenges, Opportunities & Adventures, Lisa Kaltenegger (Cornell University)101
114. Plenary Lecture: The Inclusion Revolution, Dara Norman (NSF OIR Lab)114
128. Plenary Lecture: Journey to the Center of the Galaxy: Following the Gas to Understand the Past and Future Activity of Galaxy Nuclei, Betsy Mills (Brandeis University)128
200. Laboratory Astrophysics Division (LAD) Plenary Lecture: The Crucial Interplay of Laboratory Experiments, Observations and Theory to Unveil our Astrochemical Origins, Paola Caselli (Max-Planck-Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics)200
214. Plenary Lecture: James Lowenthal (Smith College) & Sandra Cruz-Pol (NSF)214
229. Plenary Lecture: The Atacama Cosmology Telescope and the Simons Observatory: The mm-wave Sky from Chile, Jo Dunkley (Princeton University)229
300. Solar Physics Division (SPD) Hale Prize Lecture: From Jets to Superflares: Extraordinary Activity of Magnetized Plasmas in the Universe, Kazunari Shibata (Kyoto University) 300
312. Plenary Lecture: Our Dynamic Solar Neighborhood, Jackie Faherty, American Museum of Natural History312
325. Plenary Lecture: Gone With the Galactic Wind: How Feedback from Massive Stars and Supernovae Shapes Galaxy Evolution, Christy Tremonti (University of Wisconsin, Madison)325