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June 25, 2012
It took European space scientists eight months to bite the bullet and formally agree on June 20 to start the $1 billion Euclid project devoted to the study of dark energy. In the end, with commitments from France, U.K. and Italy to fund instruments and ground structure, Euclid proved too compelling...
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