Manda Banerji as New AGN SWG Co-Lead

Texas A&M University has officially joined the MSE project, after participating as an Observer institution for the past year. Texas A&M joins MSE partners Canada, France, Hawaii, Australia, China, and India, and Observers NOAO and a consortium of institutions from the UK.

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Texas A&M Joins MSE as Official Partner!

Texas A&M University has officially joined the MSE project, after participating as an Observer institution for the past year. Texas A&M joins MSE partners Canada, France, Hawaii, Australia, China, and India, and Observers NOAO and a consortium of institutions from the UK.

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MSE @ Canada

Back-to-back meetings in Montreal! The MSE Project Office team attended two back-to-back Canadian astronomy meetings in the beautiful city of Montreal, updating astronomers on the impending transition of CFHT to MSE, and engaging the community in dialogue on navigating and managing the upcoming changes. Read More

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MSE @ Sf2A!

French expertise in spectroscopic surveys…the path to MSE! A workshop was held at the SF2A in Nice, France  to discuss the implications of French scientists in multiple past, present, and future spectroscopic surveys (e.g. SDSS, WEAVE, DESI, MOONS, MSE). The workshop was organized by MSE Project Office System and Operations…

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Massively multiplexed spectroscopy with MSE: Science, Project and Vision

Massively multiplexed spectroscopy with MSE: Science, Project and Vision In late February, more than 90 astronomers and engineers gathered in Tucson for the workshop “Massively multiplexed spectroscopy with MSE: Science, Project and Vision”. This meeting brought together the MSE Project Office, the Science Team, and members of the international community,…

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