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February 24, 2020 - At the end of January, the Rubin Observatory Auxiliary Telescope...Read more

2019 was an action-packed year for the LSST Project, with new...Read more

Earlier this year a new...Read more

October 1, 2019 - The National Science Foundation (...Read more

August 26, 2019 - More than 300 participants attended this year's LSST Project and Community...Read more

August 9, 2019 - Earlier this summer, the LSST Project Office received a special delivery from...Read more

June 17, 2019 - The team working on the...Read more

May 22, 2019 - LSST's U.S. public funding agencies, the National...Read more

 

May 3, 2019 - CC-IN2P3...Read more

February 8, 2019 - The challenge to viewing and imaging celestial...Read more

January 28, 2019 - The LSST Primary/Tertiary Mirror (M1M3) is currently in the Richard F Caris...Read more

December 11, 2018 - It’s hard to believe another calendar year is drawing to a close! 2018 was...Read more

One of the activities included in Factory Acceptance Testing of the Telescope Mount Assembly (...Read more

October 26, 2018 - A week after the Primary/Tertiary Mirror (M1M3) Cell was moved to the Richard...Read more

October 30, 2018 - On the morning of October 25th, at the Richard F. Caris Mirror Lab on the...Read more

October 19, 2018 - This is a truck you definitely don't want to be...Read more

The transport cart for the Primary/Tertiary Mirror (M1M3) Cell Assembly, featured in this video...Read more

Dear Colleagues:

I am delighted to...Read more

July 2, 2018 – LSST@...Read more

June 21, 2018 – Last week’s...Read more

September 18, 2017 - The total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017 captivated not just the...Read more

June 2, 2017 - Members of LSST’s Primary/Tertiary mirror (M1M3) integration team recently...Read more

Project Scientist Dr. Željko Ivezić talks about LSST and Asteroid Day, June 30, 2017. Read more

Room, the Space Journal, December 2014, published by Witan MediaRead more

Financial support for Rubin Observatory comes from the National Science Foundation (NSF) through Cooperative Agreement No. 1258333, the Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science under Contract No. DE-AC02-76SF00515, and private funding raised by the LSST Corporation. The NSF-funded Rubin Observatory Project Office for construction was established as an operating center under management of the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA).  The DOE-funded effort to build the Rubin Observatory LSST Camera (LSSTCam) is managed by the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (SLAC).
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