- 2013-04-28 Third issue of the Euclid newsletter
- 2013-03-21 Euclid consortium issues its new Logos
- 2013-01-17 Today ! Yannick mellier’s live interview on the France inter show : “la tête au carré” (in french) webpage here
- 2012-12-20 Leiden Euclid Consortium 2013 annual meeting webpage issued!
- 2012-11-20 Second issue of the Euclid newsletter
- 2012-10-04 A documentary about Euclid and Dark Matter as part of the Pariscience festival (in French)
- 2012-09-10-14 Euclid seminar : a school for engineers
- 2012-09-06 Euclid and others in Scientific American
- 2012-06-12 First issue of the Euclid newsletter
- 2012-02-06 The Euclid Mission Meeting (Copenhagen, 15-16 May) : Local meeting page. Registration open (here).
- 2011-10-04 The Euclid Mission is selected by ESA for the Cosmic Vision program : see the ESA Press Release
- 2011-09-25 The Euclid Mission Meeting (Bologna, 7-8 September) presentations are available here
- 2011-09-07 The Euclid Mission Meeting (Bologna, 7-8 September)
The Euclid Mission Meeting has been convened by the Board of the Euclid Consortium in order to present to the scientific community the status of the Euclid space mission as it stands just before the beginning of the last phase of the selection process of ESA M-class mission of the Cosmic Vision program (selection on Oct. 4). The meeting was organised by INAF/IASF-Bologna institute at the CNR Conference Centre in Bologna. The Local Organising Committee was led by Luca Valenziano. The details of the conference can be found at the conference web site.
More than 220 scientists, coming mostly from Europe, but also from North and South America attended the meeting. The presentations discussed all scientific, managerial, programmatic, technical and public outreach aspects of the mission. They complement the information contained in the Euclid Red Book.
- 2011-07-25 Euclid Red Book issued
The Euclid Definition Study Report (also known as the Red Book) has been issued. This describes the outcome of the mission definition study (Phase A) for the Euclid mission. The Red Book can be found here .