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16 - 21 June 2024
Yokohama, Japan

Advancing astronomical engineering around the globe

We look forward to gathering 16—21 June 2024 in Yokohama, Japan, for SPIE Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation, the most valuable technical event for ground-based, airborne, and space-based telescopes, and their supporting instrumentation. With a strong program and an active community, this event allows researchers and engineers to share advancements, discoveries, challenges, and project updates with colleagues from around the world.

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Join us onsite in Yokohama for live instruction and take advantage of this opportunity to meet face-to-face with an expert instructor and a group of people with similar goals and challenges. Topics addressed in courses include systems engineering, modern optical testing, NIR spectrograph design, and more.

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In case you missed it or you want to live it all over again, check out these highlights from the 2022 event. Watch a video of the JWST plenary, see photos from special events, and recall the faces of friends and colleagues who made this a memorable event.

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Thank you to our 2024 supporting organizations


National Astronomical Observatory of Japan

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