Euclid Legacy Science prospects
October 21, 2022
With the immense number of images, data, and sources that Euclid will deliver, the consortium will be in a unique position to create/provide/construct legacy catalogues. The latter will have exquisite imaging quality and good near-infrared spectroscopy, with impact on many areas of galaxy science. These proceedings review the prospects and scientific output that Euclid will be able to achieve in areas of galaxy and active galactic nucleus (AGN) evolution, the local and primeval Universe, studies of the Milky Way and stellar populations, supernovae (SN) and transients, Solar System objects, exoplanets, strong lensing and galaxy clusters.
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