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Euclid space telescope to study 'dark Universe' makes progress
by Jonathan Amos, BBC Science Correspondent
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20 September 2019
On 20 September 2019 BBC News reported:
Europe's space mission to uncover the secrets of the 'dark Universe' has reached a key milestone. Euclid, due for launch in 2022, will map the cosmos for clues to the nature of dark matter and dark energy. These phenomena appear to control the shape and expansion of the Universe but virtually nothing is known about them.
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... Euclid is just one in a series of new experiments that will tackle the dark conundrum.
Russia and Germany have just launched the Spektr-RG space telescope which will do a similar job to Euclid but by studying X-ray light in the sky (Euclid will operate in the visible and the infrared).
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