Sandy Seale | 26 Jun 2020
During COVID-19 pandemic, LCO has continued to operate their global network of robotic telescopes where it is safe and allowed to do so
Edward Gomez | 03 Feb 2020
As part of our ongoing commitment to inspiring people of all ages through the use of robotic telescopes, we are pleased to announce the launch of Kiosk, an entry-level observing portal
Sandy Seale | 24 Oct 2019
Las Cumbres Observatory is one of nine organizations jointly awarded a $2.8 million grant by the National Science Foundation to further develop the concept for a Scalable Cyberinfrastructure Institute for Multi-Messenger Astrophysics (SCIMMA).
Sandy Seale | 14 Aug 2019
Las Cumbres Observatory has just reached a major milestone, when the first night of observations directed by LCO were conducted on the 4.1m SOAR Telescope in Chile.
Edward Gomez | 21 Mar 2016
This new image of the spiral galaxy NGC 1532, also known as Haley's Coronet, was taken using our 1-meter telescopes at our Chile node.
Nikolaus Volgenau | 20 Dec 2018
On Monday, Archon controllers were installed into the Sinistro imagers at our Siding Spring site. These two instruments, now dubbed fa12 and fa11, are the last of the Sinistros to get the new controllers. They will be made available for science obser
Sandy Seale | 14 Jan 2019
Image: Artist’s conception of an accretion disk of material flowing around a supermassive black hole, launching a jet of energetic particles. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech.