The M1/M3 completion event for the LSST was recently celebrated at the University of Arizona Mirror Lab. The upper left shows the completed M1/M3 mirror combination. At the event Dave Turnshek, Pitt Chair of Physics and Astronomy, met with Peter Strittmatter, former Director and Head of the University of Arizona Steward Observatory and Department of Astronomy, Tony Tyson of UC Davis, who originated the idea for the LSST, and Roger Angel, Director of the University of Arizona Mirror Lab. The LSST (Large Synoptic Survey Telescope), which is a partnership that includes the University of Pittsburgh, will see first light in about five years. It is the top-rated ground-based astronomy project of the future.