U.S. Detector Flaw Will Delay Europe’s Euclid Telescope

Credit: Artiist's concept of Euclid telescope: NASA
The launch of Europe’s Euclid telescope, designed to explore the universe’s accelerating rate of expansion, will be delayed due to a newly found flaw in U.S.-built detectors, the head of NASA’s astrophysics division says. “The detector systems that we had been developing for delivery to ESA...

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