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The Target role in the Euclid mission grabs the media attention

17 februari 2014

Six years from now, an European collaboration with the European Space Agency (ESA) will launch a satellite into space carrying cutting edge technology to map the structure and evolution of dark matter and dark energy. The satellite, named Euclid after the great mathematician will image about 10 billion astronomical objects. These data and data from many ground-based telescopes will be stored and analysed in a massive distributed archive system used by thousands of scientists in Europe and around the world. The Target coordinator, Edwin Valentijn talked to several media outlets and explained why the University of Groningen and the northern region are really excited about the Euclid mission.

Watch the video interview of RTV Noord (broadcasted on Monday, Feb 17th at 5:00pm UTC)

Listen to the inverview on the RTV Noord website

Watch the video report of OOG Radio and TV

Read the Target press release

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