The S-PLUS project has the mission to deliver regular Data Releases. The data are released through the S-PLUS database splus.cloud and are available either for the general public and internal data access only. The access is limited depending on the credentials of the user.
The latest public release is Data Release 2 (DR2), corresponding to 950.5 sq deg observed during August 2016 and March 17, 2020. These data have improved photometry, astrometry and larger area coverage in relation to the first S-PLUS data release. DR2 includes the area corresponding to DR1, but with the new photometry and calibration method. A summary of the data can be found here and the characterization of the data is fully explained in Almeida-Fernandes et al. (submitted). DR2 was made public on March 30, 2021.
The first public Data Release (DR1) corresponds to the Stripe-82 (~336 sq deg) observed from August 2016 to December 2018. DR1 was made public on July 2, 2019.