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ESA’s ‘Dark Universe detector’ to map cosmos more extensively than ever before

The paylod module of the Euclid space teelscope

Euclid’s payload module, consisting of a silicon baseplate supporting the telescope and the VIS camera, visible towards the top (Image: ESA)

Visible imaging innovations inside the telescope help enable a unique capacity to create razor-sharp astronomical images across large patches of the sky

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