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Assessment of proton radiation-induced charge transfer inefficiency in the CCD273 detector for the Euclid Dark Energy Mission
High Energy, Optical, and Infrared Detectors for Astronomy V
Euclid is a medium class mission selected for launch in 2019, with a primary goal to study the dark universe using the weak lensing and baryonic acoustic oscillations techniques. Weak lensing depends on accurate shape measurements, therefore it is beneficial that the effects of radiation-induced charge transfer inefficiency (CTI) in the Euclid CCD over the six year mission are understood and minimised. This paper describes the initial evaluation of the tolerance to radiation induced chargedoi:10.1117/12.925980 fatcat:xtmf3lzfrbdvzjo46swlfysyd4