- January: 12th member accepted.
- January: Project on a Finnish dictionary of planetary geology kickstarted.
- September: 11th member accepted. APSI is now multinational and spans over three countries.
- March: 1st honorary member invited.
- March: 1st PhD defence in APSI history: “Visible and near infrared spectroscopy of Mercury and Venus from orbit“.
- December: New logo accepted
- December: Web pages published
- June: Project on NASA Nordic Regional Planetary Image Facility archive relocation ends. APSI transfers the materials in the to Järviseutu-Seura ry. The unique planetary images are to be used as foundation of a new science exhibition around the impact crater lake Lappajärvi.
- March: APSI contribution #6 published (about the two Suvasvesi impact structures’ ages, in MaPS).
- February: APSI contribution #5 published (about the Keurusselkä impact structure age, in MaPS).
- December: APSI officially registered in the Finnish Register of Associations.
- November: APSI officially founded with 6 founding members.
- October: APSI contribution #4 published (about the basalts of Mare Frigoris in JGR-Planets)
- June: APSI project on the Finnish impact crater book started.
- December: APSI contribution #3 published (about the Paasselkä impact structure age, in MaPS).
- June: APSI contribution #2 published (about the Kepler crater depostis on the Moon, in JGR-Planets).
- February: APSI contribution #1 published (about the volcano Alba Mons on Mars, in Icarus).
- November: APSI headquarters moves to Rovaniemi.
- October: Project to relocate and/or otherwise save the invaluable materials in the NASA NRPIF (Nordic Regional Planetary Image Facility) archive started; project ends in mid-2016.
- Early autumn: APSI (unregistered) founded.