Three dark fields for Euclid’s deep survey

Three dark fields for Euclid’s deep survey
Scientists in the Euclid Consortium have selected three extremely dark patches of the sky that will be the subject of the mission’s deepest observations, aiming at exploring faint and rare objects in the Universe. The position of the Euclid Deep Fields – one in the northern sky and two in the southern sky – was announced last week, during the annual consortium meeting in Helsinki, Finland.
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