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

    Date de publication:

    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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  2. ESA RELEASES FIRST IMAGES FROM SOLAR ORBITER

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    16 Juillet 2020

    The European Space Agency (ESA) has released the first images from its Solar Orbiter spacecraft, which completed its commissioning phase in mid-June and made its first close approach to the Sun. Shortly thereafter, the European and U.S. science teams behind the mission’s ten instruments were able to test the entire instrument suite in concert for the first time.

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  3. ExoMars 2016: TGO enters Martian orbit

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    19 Octobre 2016

    The ExoMars 2016 mission’s Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO) was successfully captured into Martian orbit Wednesday 19 October. However, the landing of Schiaparelli had still not been confirmed at the end of our video broadcast of the event. The mission’s engineers were set to spend the night poring over data acquired by various satellites orbiting Mars to track down the tiny lander.

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  4. 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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  5. Rosetta to swing by Earth on 13 November

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    8 Novembre 2009

    A few days from now, the European probe will make another Earth flyby and receive a gravitational assist towards its final destination, comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The spacecraft will pass within 2,500 km of our planet.

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  7. Space cooperation with the Czech Republic- CNES celebrates Czech Republic’s 10 years of success in ESA

    Date de publication:

    13 Novembre 2018

    Tuesday 13 November, CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall spoke at a conference held at the Prague Congress Centre to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Czech Republic’s membership of the European Space Agency (ESA), in the presence of Andrej Babiš, Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, Dan Ťok, Minister for Transport, and Johann-Dietrich Wörner, Director General of ESA. He pointed to the Czech Republic’s remarkable accomplishments in space and its successful integration in ESA. At a roundtable session on international space cooperation, he also underlined the partnership agreement signed with France, which further strengthens the bilateral actions by the two countries.

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  10. LISA Pathfinder- End of a successful mission

    Date de publication:

    17 Octobre 2017

    Tuesday 18 July, the LISA Pathfinder satellite received its last command to shut down after the final series of science commands uplinked by ESA at the end of June.

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  11. Lisa Pathfinder fin d'une mission réussie

    Date de publication:

    27 Septembre 2017

    Le satellite Lisa Pathfinder a reçu mardi 18 juillet la dernière commande d’arrêt système après les dernières commandes scientifiques envoyées fin juin par l’ESA.

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  12. The Herschel satellite discovered a water reservoir around a young star

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    • Sciences et techniques

    Date de publication:

    17 Novembre 2011

    The ESA's Herschel satellite, in which CNES is participating, discovered water vapour around a young star. It would come from the ice-covered dust of the matter disk orbiting the star. This ice would contain enough water to cover several planets.

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  13. Soyuz orbits Sentinel-1A on 7th successful launch from French Guiana

    Date de publication:

    14 Janvier 2014

    The first satellite of Europe’s Copernicus programme was sent aloft today, Thursday 3 April, by a Soyuz launcher from the Guiana Space Centre as scheduled at 18:02 local time (23:02 CET).

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  14. GOCE redraws the map of Earth’s geoid

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    28 Avril 2011

    After 2 years in orbit, ESA’s GOCE satellite recently unveiled the latest 3D map of Earth’s geoid, the reference surface that serves to measure elevations.

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  15. Tele-echography service to undergo full-scale trials

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    26 Janvier 2009

    The 1st robot designed to perform teleoperated ultrasound scans was rolled out in 2003 as a result of research work by Professor Philippe Arbeille at Tours Hospital, France, supported by ESA* and CNES. Today, the ARTIS** project funded by ESA is set to test a full-scale robotic tele-echography service.

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