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    1. Soyuz successfully orbits CosmoSkyMed Second Generation, CHEOPS, ANGELS, EyeSat and OPS-SAT from Guiana Space Centre

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      18 Décembre 2019

      Wednesday 18 December, Soyuz accomplished a flawless launch from the Guiana Space Centre (CSG), Europe’s spaceport in Kourou, orbiting COSMO-SkyMed Second Generation for the Italian space agency ASI and the Italian Ministry of Defence, CHEOPS for the European Space Agency (ESA), ANGELS and EyeSat for CNES, and OPS-SAT for operator Tyvak on behalf of ESA. Soyuz thus accomplished its 23rd mission from the CSG, its third launch in 2019 and the ninth flight of the year in all from the base.

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    3. CNES at Technion 2019

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      11 Décembre 2019

      Wednesday 11 December, CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall was at the 2019 edition of Technion at the Maison de la Chimie in Paris under the high patronage of President Emmanuel Macron. At the event focused this year on the theme of ‘Humans in their e-environment’, he took part in the round table discussion on ‘More mobile and less polluted cities’ during the session on ‘Merging digital and the ecological transition’.

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    4. Pierre Hermé presents “Planet” macaron, a poetic and epicurean tribute to Mother Earth

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      4 Décembre 2015

      The idea for a ‘COP21’ special macaron is the result of the meeting of French pastry chef Pierre Hermé and CNES, whose programmes are playing a key role in studying our planet and managing its resources. The ‘Planet’ macaron will be unveiled today at the opening of the COP21 Solutions event at the Grand Palais in Paris.

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    5. Next Soyuz mission from CSG to launch COSMO-SkyMed, CHEOPS, ANGELS, EyeSat and OPS-SAT

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      13 Décembre 2019

      Tuesday 17 December, Soyuz will lift off for the 23rd time from the Guiana Space Centre (CSG), Europe’s spaceport in French Guiana, carrying COSMO-SkyMed Second Generation for the Italian space agency ASI and the Italian Ministry of Defence, CHEOPS for the European Space Agency (ESA), ANGELS and EyeSat for CNES, and OPS-SAT for operator Tyvak on behalf of ESA. This will be Soyuz’s third launch from the CSG in 2019 and the ninth flight of the year in all from the base.

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    7. World Policy Conference- Space industry at the 12th edition

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      14 Octobre 2019

      CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall was in attendance for the 12th edition of the World Policy Conference (WPC) being held in Marrakesh from 12 to 14 October, where he spoke at the plenary session on ‘Technology, society and politics’ moderated by Jim Hoagland, contributing editor to The Washington Post.

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    8. CNES-IRD cooperation Space supporting development in Southern Nations

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      18 Octobre 2019

      Friday 18 October, CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall and Jean-Paul Moatti, Chairman & CEO of IRD, the French National Research Institute for Sustainable Development, signed a framework cooperation agreement at the agency’s Toulouse Space Centre on space supporting the development of Southern Nations. The agreement will run for five years (2019-2024) and is tacitly renewable. The two partners have been working together under two other agreements since 2009 and now wish to continue seeking synergies between their missions and pooling expertise in their respective domains of excellence.

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    9. Space19+ conference in Seville

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      28 Novembre 2019

      An ESA success for a European space industry that is strong, ambitious, innovative, responsible and competitive - “One giant leap for Europe!”

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    10. CNES’s PILOT telescope completes first successful balloon flight over Canada

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      22 Septembre 2015

      Monday 21 September, CNES’s PILOT project accomplished its mission in the skies above Timmins in Canada. Its payload was able to measure submillimetre polarized emission from the dust that fills our galaxy, the Milky Way, in order to map its magnetic field and study its role in the cycle of matter.

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    12. 68th IAC comes to a close, french space embraces the new space paradigm

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      29 Septembre 2017

      The 68th International Astronautical Congress (IAC) was held this week in Adelaide, Australia, from 25-29 September on the theme ‘Unlocking Imagination, Fostering Innovation and Strengthening Security’, attracting 5,000 delegates from more than 70 countries. A large delegation of scientists, engineers and executives from the French space sector was at this leading international event to present the major advances of our space programme and seal new partnerships with a range of stakeholders on the international space scene.

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    13. Closing in on extrasolar planets

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      27 Novembre 2005

      Preparations on the Corot satellite are entering the home straight, with a last series of tests designed to evaluate its performance and ability to withstand the mission environment, and final assembly operations. Intended to detect Earth-like planets outside our Solar System, Corot is scheduled to launch in autumn 2006.

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    14. 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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    15. Water divining from space

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      2 Décembre 2008

      From 17 to 19 November, as part of the International Year of Planet Earth, scientists from all over France got together at UNESCO in Paris to share their experiences. What united them is that they are all using satellite and geodetic* measurements to study water on our planet.

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    16. Pluto

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      5 Août 2003

      The smallest and usually the most distant planet in our solar system, Pluto is unique as it is neither a terrestrial planet nor a gas giant. Another surprise is its orbit which, rather than being circular and very near the ecliptic plane like the other planets, is highly elliptical and tilted.

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    17. The exploration of Venus

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      5 Août 2003

      The first “star” visible at night and the last to disappear in the morning, Venus is the brightest body in our sky after the Sun and Moon. Known as the “Shepherd's Star” in ancient times, Venus is nevertheless a true planet.

    18. Jason-1 clocks up 10 years of climate observations

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      6 Décembre 2011

      The Jason-1 ocean-observing satellite has been in orbit for 10 years. In that time, it has helped to build up a 20-year time series of continuous sea-surface measurements to enhance our understanding of climate change.

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    19. Bretagne- Brest: une agglomération aux fonctions militaires stratégiques à la reconquête de son identité urbaine et maritime

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      8 Décembre 2019

      A la pointe du Finistère dans un site de rade exceptionnel, Brest est une agglomération fondée historiquement sur ses fonctions militaires, qui y demeurent considérables. Pour autant, depuis plusieurs décennies, l’économie métropolitaine s’est sensiblement diversifiée vers les nouvelles technologies, les services et les loisirs tout en se réappropriant son espace et de son histoire maritime et en recomposant son territoire. Grâce à d’importantes opérations urbaines, ses dynamiques spatiales laissent de plus en plus de place aux Brestois, tout en s’ouvrant toujours plus vers la mer.

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    20. Spot at 20

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      20 Février 2006

      20 years ago, the Spot adventure—which has orbited 5 satellites and acquired over 10 million images of our planet—began. 22 February 1986, the launch of Spot 1 marked the beginning of what was to become one of the world’s premier Earth observation programmes and is still a beacon mission for CNES today.

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