Euclid science exploitation in the UK

Topic: Observatory Communities

Session Title: Euclid science exploitation in the UK


This NAM session, organised by the Euclid:UK Coordination Group (EUCG), will bring together the Euclid science community in the UK.

Euclid launched on July 1st 2023, and is the European Space Agency’s flagship dark energy mission. Although primarily a cosmology mission, Euclid is expected to be a transformative survey for many different areas of astronomy. The UK has made significant investments in Euclid, and there is now a large community of researchers either working in the Euclid Consortium or planning to make use of Euclid data.

The first images have now been released, and the first science is now being performed on early release observations. In this session there will be opportunities to learn about the current state of the mission, ongoing work, and plans from the UK community as we look to the future and the first data release.

Organiser(s): Christopher Lovell

A. Hall; Stephen Eales; D.Mortlock; James Nightingale; F Shankar


Session 1: Tuesday 16th July, 09:00 – 11:00

Session 2: Tuesday 16th July, 15:00 – 17:00