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For a curated list of recent news, scroll to the bottom of this page.
For open employment positions and their application deadlines, see lsst.org/hiring.
This is a list of upcoming events of interest to the Rubin Community. Links to the event webpage are provided where available. See also the News category in the Community Forum to stay informed of events.
2023 October 16-20 - 2023 DESC Sprint Week, Carnegie Mellon University
2023 November 05-09 - Astronomical Data Analysis Software & Systems (ADASS) conference, Tucson, AZ
2023 December 05-07 - Image Sensors for Precision Astronomy (ISPA) workshop, SLAC/KIPAC
2023 December 11-15 - Unveiling the dynamic universe: cosmic streams in the era of Rubin, Puerto Varas, Chile
2024 January 22-24 - What was that? Planning ESO follow-up for transients, variables, and solar system objects in the era of LSST, ESO Garching Germany
The Rubin Observatory Project Science team (PST) hosts monthly talks with the LSST Science Collaborations on a wide variety of topics. These deep dives into a particular subject often provide the most up-to-date details.
2022 -- Data Preview 0. In June 2022, the simulated DP0.2 data set was released, which includes the results of difference-image analysis to enable time-domain science.
2022 -- Users Committee. The first 12 members of the Rubin Users Committee have been identified and are available to be contacted by all users.
2021 -- LSST Science Collaborations. The first version of the Rubin Observatory Science Collaboration Federation Charter was released.
2021 -- Alert Brokers. Seven brokers will receive direct access to the full stream, and two will operate downstream of the selected brokers.
2021 -- Data Policy. Rubin Observatory Operations announces the release of an updated version of the Rubin Observatory Data Policy, RDO-013.
2020 -- LEO Satellites. The project has further investigated the effect of satellite constellations on Rubin Observatory observing, findings are summarized in Document-33805.
2019 -- LSST Overview Paper. The updated overview paper, “LSST: From Science Drivers to Reference Design and Anticipated Data Products” was published in the March 11, 2019 issue of The Astrophysical Journal.