ESA's Euclid Gets Detectors from NASA; SpaceX Nails it at KSC; Houston, We have a #JWST!

NASA has sent the European Space Agency the first of the detectors it is building for the Euclid mission designed to characterize dark energy; SFN Correspondent Chris Marshall reports on the latest launch from SpaceX and the James Webb Space Telescop

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NASA has sent the European Space Agency the first of the detectors it is building for the Euclid mission designed to characterize dark energy; SFN Correspondent Chris Marshall reports on the latest launch from SpaceX and the James Webb Space Telescope Arrives at Johnson Space Flight Center.

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