Euclid mission to share first full-color images of the universe on November 7

Today (November 7), we will be able to see the universe in full color through the eyes of the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Euclid telescope for the first time.

Euclid Mission scientists are meeting in Darmstadt, Germany, to discuss the first five full-color images of the distant universe from the telescope. You can watch Tuesday’s reveal live at 8:15 a.m. EDT (1315 GMT) here on, with permission From the European Space Agency. . In addition to being of scientific value, the images are also expected to be cosmic eye candy.

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