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  1. Martian organic molecules pique our Curiosity

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    10 Juillet 2018

    On 7 June 2018, Science published two important results. The two articles describe the results obtained by the Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) experiment, on board the Martian rover.

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  2. Why is there so little water left on Mars?

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    24 Juin 2021

    Mars is known for its thin atmosphere, where CO2 dominates and provides most of the atmospheric mass and pressure. In fact, the pressure is similar to that in the Earth’s stratosphere, which is a layer of the atmosphere, at more than 30km above the surface.

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  3. Investigating a tumultuous paleoclimate on Mars

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    12 Mai 2021

    In an article published in April, William Rapin, a research scientist at the IRAP astrophysics and planetology research institute, presents with his team the first indications that Mars’ climate underwent fluctuations in its ancient past. These results were obtained thanks to the exceptional resolution of the RMI camera on the Curiosity rover.

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  5. CNES AT 13TH EUROPEAN SPACE POLICY CONFERENCE

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    13 Janvier 2021

    Wednesday 13 January, CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall took part in a panel discussion on ‘Space Exploration: Europe to the Moon and Mars’ at the 13th edition of the European Space Policy Conference, which is being held by videoconference from Brussels.

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  7. CNESMAG 69- Mars, the New Frontier

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    18 Juillet 2016

    Drawing on the in-depth knowledge of Mars gleaned from the exceptional Mars Express, Curiosity, MAVEN, ExoMars, InSight and Mars 2020 missions, France, CNES and our scientific community will be at the forefront of this new saga of the modern age—to conquer what is fast becoming THE new frontier for all of humankind.

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  10. What do we know about Mars’ interior?

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    26 Novembre 2018

    The first missions to reach the surface of Mars date back 40 years, but many mysteries still lie beneath its top layer of iron oxide. To delve deeper into the red planet, the InSight lander is carrying a system able to drill down to five metres and sound Mars’ surface over a radius of thousands of kilometres. Following its arrival on Mars, we talk about what we already know and what we hope to discover there with CNES’s Francis Rocard, head of Solar System Exploration programmes, and Philippe Laudet, SEIS project leader for InSight and head of the agency’s Astronomy and Astrophysics programme.

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  12. France-Japan space cooperation CNES and JAXA to explore Mars’ moons together

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    10 Avril 2017

    Monday 10 April in Tokyo, CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall and Naoki Okumura, President of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), signed an agreement to prepare the MMX (Martian Moons Exploration) mission that will depart in 2024.

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  14. FIMOC: Martians on Earth

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    27 Octobre 2016

    On 6 August, the international Curiosity team celebrated the rover’s fourth (Earth) year on the surface of Mars. The rover hasn’t found any green men on the red planet yet, but reports have been received of ‘Martians’ in Toulouse… Meet the atypical team at FIMOC, the French Instruments Mars Operations Centre.

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  15. Mars

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    22 Octobre 2015

    Mars is the 4th planet in the solar system in order of distance from the Sun. It is a small, rocky planet 7 times smaller and 10 times less massive than Earth.

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  16. International space cooperation CNES at the 32nd Space Symposium in Colorado Springs Debate focuses on Mars exploration

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    13 Avril 2016

    CNES is at the 32nd Space Symposium being held Monday 11 to Thursday 14 April in Colorado Springs, United States. Founded in 1984, the Space Symposium is a key event for the international space community and its principal institutional, military, scientific and commercial players. More than 11,000 attendees are at this year’s symposium.

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