ENSCI establishes Help Center
News Release • January 3, 2019
Euclid is a European Space Agency (ESA) M-class mission to study the geometry and nature of the dark Universe. It will be launched in June 2022. NASA has established the Euclid NASA Science Center at IPAC (ENSCI) in order to support US-based investigations using Euclid data. ENSCI participates in the Euclid Consortium’s Science Ground Segment, providing algorithm and software development, participating in data quality assurance, and performing data processing. In addition, ENSCI supports the US research community by providing expert insight into the Euclid surveys, data processes, calibration, and products.
ENSCI has now established the ENSCI Help Center to assist U.S. scientists in preparing to work with Euclid data.