This page describes recent changes and additions to the PS1 interfaces, services, and documentation.
2019.01.28: PS1 Data Release 2
The PanSTARRS Data Release 2 (DR2) was opened to the public on 2019 January 28. The release includes a new database with the multi-epoch photometry and astrometry (typically there are 60 epochs of observation over 3 years from the 5 PS1 filters). It also includes access to the single-epoch "warp" images. The mean and stack measurements are still available, and the DR1 catalog remains available as well for ongoing research projects. The 150 terabyte database together with 1.5 petabytes of images comprise the largest single astronomical survey data release to date (to our knowledge).