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10.26.2009

DOE grant launches Carnegie Mellon initiative to automate discovery of astrophysical phenomena - CMU Press Release

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10.26.2009

Scientists use world's fastest supercomputer to model origins of the unseen universe LANL Press Release

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10.12.2009

New York Times article discusses LSST and data storage.

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10.6.2009

Beyond the Nobel: The largest ever CCD digital cameras will explore the universe Story at SymmetryMagazine.org

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07.1.2009

National Geographic story on New Generation of Telescopes features LSST

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06.1.2009

SPIE article on Building the World's Largest Digital Camera for LSST

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03.11.2009

Corning News Release

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02.1.2009

The design of the LSST is the focus of an article on the SPIE website.

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01.19.2009

New telescopes herald unheard-of discoveries in '09, Arizona Daily Star article.

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