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  1. Videos

    Date de publication:

    27 Avril 2015

    All our videos about Merlin satellite mission.

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  2. [Replay] Soyuz launch VS20 (CSO-1)

    Date de publication:

    31 Octobre 2018

    Soyuz rocket orbited CSO-1 satellite from our French Guiana Space Center on December 19, 2018. Launch initialy scheduled on December 18, 2018 had been postponed by 24 hours due to unfavorable high-altitude wind conditions. Watch again the replay on that page.

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  3. Herschel challenges old ideas on star formation

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    5 Mai 2010

    After Planck last week, it is now the turn of Europe’s Herschel space observatory to deliver its share of surprises. The infrared telescope—in orbit for just a year—has called into question our traditional theories about how stars are formed.

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  4. Jason-2 takes to the air

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    6 Mai 2008

    Since 1992, altimetry satellites have significantly enhanced our knowledge of the world’s oceans. The Jason-2 satellite is all set to take over the ocean-observing mission of its predecessors Jason-1 and Topex/Poseidon. It recently arrived at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, in preparation for launch on 15 June.

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  5. Multimedia Gallery

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    25 Octobre 2016

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  6. Lutte contre le changement climatique: le satellite Venus déploie ses ailes en orbite

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    3 Août 2017

    Lancé dans le nuit du 1er au 2 août 2017 depuis le Centre spatial guyanais par une fusée Vega, le satellite d'observation du climat, Venµs, est actuellement entre les mains des ingénieurs qui démarrent progressivement ses équipements à 720 km de distance...

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  7. Mission

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    15 Septembre 2021

    SWOT : A French-US mission to investigate Earth’s ocean and inland surface water.

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  8. CNES-Eumetsat cooperation Agencies sign agreement to fly Argos instruments on MetOp-SG satellites

    Date de publication:

    28 Juin 2016

    Monday 27 June in Darmstadt, CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall and Eumetsat Director General Alain Ratier signed a cooperation agreement to fly instruments for the Argos data collection and location system on Eumetsat’s MetOp-SG second-generation polar-orbiting satellites. The signing ceremony was also attended by Christophe Vassal, CEO of CLS (Collecte Localisation Satellites), the CNES subsidiary that operates the Argos system and, like Eumetsat, is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year.

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  9. CNES central to the COP22 space agenda Panel session on climate opened by Ségolène Royal, Minister for the Environment, Energy and Maritime Affairs, in charge of international climate relations

    Date de publication:

    14 Novembre 2016

    Friday 11 November at the COP22 in Marrakesh, being held from 7-18 November, CNES and its Moroccan counterparts organized a panel discussion on space technologies aiding implementation of the COP agreements. Ségolène Royal, Minister for the Environment, Energy and Maritime Affairs, in charge of international climate relations, and Abdellatif Loudiyi, Morocco’s Minister Delegate to the Head of Government for the administration of National Defence, in charge of space affairs, gave the opening speeches.

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  10. CNES and Geoflex sign cooperation agreement on satellite precise point positioning

    Date de publication:

    30 Juin 2016

    At the Toulouse Space Show, CNES signed an agreement with Geoflex regarding a commercial service designed to augment satellite precise point positioning in real time to centimetre level, all over the globe.

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  11. Fukushima- Forecasting radiation dispersal at sea

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    28 Avril 2011

    In the wake of the nuclear accident at Fukushima in Japan, the SIROCCO research group in Toulouse, overseen by CNES, has been simulating the dispersal of contamination at sea using imagery from the Jason and Envisat satellites.

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  12. Swarm scientific satellites set to launch on 22 November

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    24 Octobre 2013

    The European Space Agency’s three Swarm satellites are scheduled to be placed into low-Earth orbit (460-530 km) on 22 November from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome, Russia, by a Rockot launcher. Their objective is to gather crucial data about Earth’s magnetic field with a suite of instruments that CNES and its partners helped to develop. Watch the Swarm launch event live from the European Space Operations Centre in Darmstadt, Germany, and liftoff from Plesetsk, Russia from 11h45 (CET)  

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  13. First Pléiades satellite to launch 16 December

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    6 Décembre 2011

    The first of the 2 Pléiades satellites is set to be orbited on 16 December by a Soyuz launcher from the Guiana Space Centre, ushering in a new generation of Earth imagery to add to the existing panoply.

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  14. Dossier spécial: les briques du changement climatique

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    8 Septembre 2015

    L'influence humaine sur le système climatique est désormais claire : les émissions de gaz à effet de serre d'origine anthropique sont les plus élevées de l'histoire et contribuent fortement au changement climatique. Quelles sont les principales dimensions de ce phénomène et qu’apporte l’analyse satellite à leur étude ?

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  15. Apophis to come close to Earth in 2029

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    16 Septembre 2012

    François Colas, an astronomer at the IMCCE celestial mechanics and ephemeris calculation institute (IMCCE), observed the passage of the asteroid Apophis from the Pic du Midi Observatory on 6 January.

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  16. Second Pléiades satellite to launch 1 December

    Date de publication:

    16 Septembre 2012

    1 December, a year after the launch of Pléiades-1A, Pléiades-1B will join its twin satellite in orbit at an altitude of 694 km. The Soyuz launcher is set to lift off from the Guiana Space Centre at 3:02 CET.

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  17. Mission accomplished for CoRoT

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    23 Juin 2013

    After a mission that lasted twice as long as planned, CNES’s CoRoT spacecraft—capable of listening to the music of the heavens and hunting for exoplanets—is to be retired from service. Its remarkable haul of results has enabled scientists to progress from detecting exoplanets to studying them in close detail, while opening a new window into the inner workings of stars.

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  18. How satellites work

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    3 Juin 2015

    How satellites work

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