Euclid's Eye on the Cosmos: 8 Latest Images from the Space Telescope 

June 1st, 2024

Team LTG

Prepare to be amazed! The Euclid Space Telescope, launched in July 2023, has sent back stunning images that unveil the universe's secrets.

A breathtaking view of over 50,000 galaxies, 2.7 billion light-years away.

ABELL 2390 Galaxy Cluster

Reveals intricate filaments of gas and dust, showcasing the birthplaces of stars.

MESSIER 78 Star Nursery

Captures merging and evolving galaxies with shell-like structures and vast tidal tails.

Dorado Group Galaxy Cluster

Euclid captures the full grandeur of this Milky Way "twin," showcasing its intricate spiral structure.

NGC 6744 - A Spiral Galaxy

Euclid's wide-field view allows it to capture clusters of hundreds of galaxies in a single frame.

Distant Galaxy Clusters

This dense cluster of ancient stars sparkles in Euclid's view, offering clues to the early universe.

Globular Cluster NGC 6397

This image shows the Big Bang's faint afterglow, the universe's oldest light.

A Cosmic Microwave Background

Euclid's wide-field view will allow it to map a third of the sky over the next six years.

Euclid's Wide-Field View