Johns Hopkins University (JHU) continues to pad its space community résumé with their interactive map, “The map of the observable Universe”, that takes viewers on a 13.7-billion-year-old tour of the cosmos from the present to the moments after the Big Bang. While JHU is responsible for creating the site, additional contributions were made by NASA, the European Space Agency, the National Science Foundation, and the Sloan Foundation.
#ESA #Euclid #SpaceScience ESA’s Euclid mission is on a quest to unveil the nature of two elusive ‘dark’ entities. As the renowned theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking remarked in 2013, “The missing link in cosmology is the nature of dark matter and dark energy”. During the last 70 years, scientists have made enormous progress in understanding the very initial phases of the Universe and its evolution to the present day. Thanks to advances in observations and theoretical modelling, a clear picture has emerged of how stars form, and how galaxies grow and interact with each other, coming together to form groups and clusters. Yet, fundamental mysteries remain. 95% of the Universe appears to be made up of unknown 'dark' matter and energy. Dark matter and energy affect the motion and distribution of visible sources but do not emit, reflect or absorb any light. And scientists do not know what these dark entities actually are. To address this question, Euclid will create a great map of the large-scale structure of the Universe across space and time by observing with unprecedented accuracy billions of galaxies out to 10 billion light-years. This is not easy, and making sure that Euclid is up to the task has required the expertise and dedication of many people over several years of work. This video captures the journey behind the Euclid mission, from a human and intensely visual perspective. It shows tiny screws, winding cables and shiny surfaces in a whole new light, revealing how each piece comes together to form the space telescope. Be drawn in by awe- inspiring photos of the cosmos, and stay for the seemingly choreographed ballet of teamwork necessary to assemble and test the spacecraft, before being swept away by the emotion of the launch into space. Euclid’s adventure has begun. With its observations during the coming years, it will help us uncover the missing link in cosmology and open the gate to the ‘dark’ side of the Universe. Credit: ESA/Studio Redgrove CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO ★ Subscribe:and click twice on the bell button to receive our notifications. Check out our full video catalog: Follow us on Twitter: On Facebook: On Instagram: On Flickr: We are Europe's gateway to space. Our mission is to shape the development of Europe's space capability and ensure that investment in space continues to deliver benefits to the citizens of Europe and the world. Check out to get up to speed on everything space related. Copyright information about our videos is available here: #ESA #Euclid #SpaceScience
Artist impression of the Euclid mission in space. Credit: ESA
The ESA’s Euclid mission lifts off from Cape Canaveral on July 1st, 2023. Credit: ESA
A European space telescope blasted off Saturday on a quest to explore the mysterious and invisible realm known as the dark universe. SpaceX launched the European Space Agency’s Euclid observatory toward its ultimate destination 1.5 million kilometers away, the Webb Space Telescope’s neighborhood. It will take a month to get there and another two months before it starts its ambitious six-year survey this fall. Named for antiquity’s Greek mathematician, Euclid will scour billions of galaxies covering more than one-third of the sky. By pinpointing the location and shape of galaxies up to 10 billion light-years away — almost all the way back to the cosmos-creating Big Bang — scientists hope to glean insight into the dark energy and dark matter that make up most of the universe and keep it expanding. For more info, please go to Subscribe to Global News Channel HERE: Like Global News on Facebook HERE: Follow Global News on Twitter HERE Follow Global News on Instagram HERE #GlobalNews #spacex #esa
Watch a replay of the launch broadcast for ESA’s Euclid. ESA’s Euclid mission was launched into space on a SpaceX Falcon 9 from Cape Canaveral in Florida, USA, on 1 July 2023. It is now on its way to Sun-Earth Lagrange point L2. By observing billions of galaxies out to 10 billion light-years, the space telescope will create the most detailed 3D-map of the Universe, with time as the third dimension. The launch broadcast programme includes live segments from the launch site and ESA’s European Spacecraft Operations Centre (ESOC) in Darmstadt, Germany. Credits: ESA/SpaceX 00:00 - 45:35 Pre-launch programmes 45:35 - 55:00 Lift-off 55:00 - 01:27:00 Booster landing in the ocean 01:27:00 - 01:31:00 Euclid space craft separation 01:31:00 - 01:42:29 Acquisition of Signal (AOS) ★ Subscribe:and click twice on the bell button to receive our notifications. Check out our full video catalog: Follow us on Twitter: On Facebook: On Instagram: On Flickr: We are Europe's gateway to space. Our mission is to shape the development of Europe's space capability and ensure that investment in space continues to deliver benefits to the citizens of Europe and the world. Check out to get up to speed on everything space related. Copyright information about our videos is available here: #ESA #Euclid #DarkMatter
Explore the first images release from the Euclid space telescope. Discover the full-field-of-view and zoomed-in versions of the VIS (VISible imager) and NISP (Near-Infrared Spectrometer and Photometer) images, along with the intriguing NISP grism image. Delve into the fascinating story behind capturing these visuals, the meticulous procedures involved, and the team's dedication throughout this remarkable journey. Lear more about Euclid first light images ESA: Euclid test images tease of riches to come Euclid Consortium:Euclid sees ‘First Light’ Copyright: Euclid Consortium Caption: DE (Laila Linke), IT (Silvano Tosi), HUN (Andras Kovacs), FR (Audrey Le Reun), ES (Guadalupe Cañas Herrera), FA (Teymoor Saifollahi), NO (Jarle Brinchmann), EN/CN (Yuzheng) More about Euclid Website: Twitter: @EC_Euclid Instagram: @euclidconsortium Fediverse: @astrodon.social/@ec_euclid #EuclidMission #ESAEuclid #DarkUniverse #DarkEnergy #darkmatter
uclid is a new space telescope that will explore the dark universe, which is made of dark matter and dark energy. It has just released its first sample pictures from space, and they are amazing. Watch this video to see these pictures and learn more about Euclid and the dark universe. Best Telescopes for beginners: Celestron 70mm Travel Scope Celestron 114LCM Computerized Newtonian Telescope Celestron – StarSense Explorer LT 80AZ NASA SPACENEWS:Visit our website for up-to-the-minute updates: Follow us Facebook: Twitter Join this channel to get access to these perks: / @nasaspacenewsagency #NSN #euclid #space #telescope #dark #universe #matter #energy #pictures #images #galaxies #stars #cosmology #science #astronomy #astrophysics #esa #nasa #jwst #hubble #gravitational #lensing #supernova #quasar #cosmic #shear #expansion #bigbang #cosmicvision #NASA #Astronomy
Good telescope that I've used to learn the basics: Get a Wonderful Person shirt: Alternatively, PayPal donations can be sent here: Hello and welcome! My name is Anton and in this video, we will talk about first images from Euclid telescope Links: Euclid test images tease of riches to come Some GAIA discoveries • We Could Be Wrong About the Milky Way... • These 1300 Stars Are Probably The Old... • Discovery of Stars Moving at 3000km/s... Previous map of the universe: • The Largest 3D Map of The Universe Ev... #euclid #telescope #astronomy 0:00 ESA's missions in a nutshell 1:05 New space telescope: Euclid 2:20 Why though? 3:10 How will it measure stuff? 4:20 The search for Dark Universe 5:50 The ultimate goals 8:50 Early issues 9:40 Strange streaks? Support this channel on Patreon to help me make this a full time job: Space Engine is available for free here: Enjoy and please subscribe. Or get a shirt: Bitcoins to spare? Donate them here to help this channel grow! 1GFiTKxWyEjAjZv4vsNtWTUmL53HgXBuvu Twitter: Facebook: Twitch: The hardware used to record these videos: CPU: Video Card: Motherboard: RAM: PSU: Case: Microphone: Mixer: Recording and Editing: Thank you to all Patreon supporters of this channel Special thanks also goes to all the wonderful supporters of the channel through YouTube Memberships Licenses used: Licenses by 4.0 Licenses by-sa 4.0 Licenses by 3.0 Licenses by-sa 3.0 Licenses by 2.5 Licenses by-sa 2.5 Licenses by 2.0 Licenses by-sa 2.0
Does dark matter really exist or is it just a product of our imagination? There is a new space telescope that might be able to answer that question, it's called Euclid and it has just opened its eyes for the first time. With its advanced technology, this telescope may finally provide the answers scientists have been searching for decades. We may even find the geometric blueprint of the universe
#Euclid #ESA #DarkMatter ESA is releasing the first full-colour images of the cosmos captured by its recently launched space telescope Euclid. Follow live a broadcast of the reveal on Tuesday 7 November at 13:15 GMT / 14:15 CET. Never before has a telescope been able to create such razor-sharp astronomical images across such a large patch of the sky. Five images show that the telescope is ready for its mission to create the most extensive 3D map of the Universe yet and uncover some of its hidden secrets. Credits: ESA - European Space Agency ★ Subscribe:and click twice on the bell button to receive our notifications. Check out our full video catalog: Follow us on Twitter: On Facebook: On Instagram: On Flickr: We are Europe's gateway to space. Our mission is to shape the development of Europe's space capability and ensure that investment in space continues to deliver benefits to the citizens of Europe and the world. Check out to get up to speed on everything space related. Copyright information about our videos is available here: #ESA #Euclid #DarkMatter
Composite image of a series of new pictures from Euclid. Credit – ESA/Euclid/Euclid Consortium/NASA, image processing by J.-C. Cuillandre (CEA Paris-Saclay), G. Anselmi, CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO
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the dazzling edge of darkness Euclid images in ESASky: Hey team! If there is some other cool topic in physics you think we should learn about together, leave a comment down below! Until next time, stay safe. Please consider subscribing if you enjoyed the video, and you can also find me on Twitter and Instagram: chrisdpattison on "X" (formerly twitter) / chrispattison on Instagram 00:00 - Intro 00:37 - What is Euclid? 02:40 - Horsehead Nebula 04:14 - Globular Cluster of Stars (NGC 6397) 05:34 - Irregular Galaxy (NGC 6822) 06:37 - Spiral Galaxy (IC 342) 07:45 - Perseus Cluster of Galaxies 09:16 - Summary and Outro DISCLAIMER: I am currently working on the Euclid Space Telescope. However, I wasn't involved in these images, and have only discussed information that is already publically available. This video is made solely for my this channel and not as part of any role I hold within the Euclid Consortium, ESA, or UKSA.
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The areas that the space telescope Euclid will observe. Credit: ESA/Euclid/Euclid Consortium
Euclid’s field of view compared to the Moon. Credit: ESA/ESA/Euclid/Euclid Consortium/NASA, S. Brun