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Jointly with ESA the Euclid Consortium has been planning, constructing and will be running the Euclid Dark Universe mission, that has been launched on 1 July 2023. Mapping the extragalactic sky over 6+ years will provide unprecedented data to give new insight on the nature of dark energy and dark matter.

For Scientists

The EC has collected fundamental mission information, documentation, as well as all info on data and data access in our dedicated section For Scientists.

The Consortium

The Euclid Consortium consists of ~2500 scientists and engineers across 15+ countries. The Consortium section contains information for current and prospective EC members.

Measuring the Universe with Baryon Acoustic Oscillations
The Euclid Consortium Blog
Measuring the Universe with Baryon Acoustic Oscillations
Science
Mapping the dark Universe with gravitational weak lensing
The Euclid Consortium Blog
Mapping the dark Universe with gravitational weak lensing
Science
Why is going to space crucial to map dark matter?
The Euclid Consortium Blog
Why is going to space crucial to map dark matter?
Consortium
How do we know the Universe is expanding?
The Euclid Consortium Blog
How do we know the Universe is expanding?
Science
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Euclid: Thermal and Structural model
Euclid VIS: focal plane array
Image gallery: instrumentation
Euclid: Thermal and Structural model
Image gallery: telescope
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