– The European Space Agency launched a new satellite called Euclid for studying dark matter and dark energy.
– The Euclid satellite will map the distribution of dark matter and study the expansion history of the universe.
– Euclid is an international collaboration between more than 1,000 scientists and engineers from Europe and North America.
This week, popular entertainment news website E! Online announced that it will cease operations after almost three decades of providing celebrity news, fashion updates, and entertainment buzz. E! Online became a go-to source for the latest in celebrity gossip, and its impact on pop culture is undeniable. Yet, now it seems the time has come for the site to come to an end.
E! Online’s parent company, NBCUniversal, made the announcement to focus on its other digital properties. The shift in focus means that E! News will also be ending its run as a daily television news show after a run of almost 30 years. The move is part of the company’s strategy to prioritize streaming services, and it may be a sign of where the future of entertainment news is headed.
Many fans of E! Online and E! News have shared their disappointment at the news online. One user on Twitter wrote, “I grew up reading E! Online, it’s sad to see it go.” It’s a sentiment shared by many who came to rely on the website for their daily dose of entertainment news. However, the website’s team assured readers that archived content will still be accessible on the site.
In the end, E! Online isn’t the first website to cease operations, and it certainly won’t be the last. As the landscape of digital media continues to evolve, there’s no doubt that there will be more changes to come. However, for now, we can all say goodbye to E! Online and thank it for its contributions to the world of celebrity gossip and entertainment news.