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  1. Ultralight structures set to sail away in 2010- Sailing back to Earth

    Date de publication:

    27 Juin 2007

    In 2011, after it has completed its mission to investigate the equivalence principle, the Microscope satellite will become another spent piece of space debris in an already cluttered low-Earth orbit.

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  2. Space debris: CNES working to clean up space

    Date de publication:

    9 Août 2011

    The sheer numbers of space debris objects now in Earth orbit are obliging space agencies to adopt measures to sustain the long-term utilization of space. CNES is working to tackle this issue on the United Nations COPUOS committee.

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  3. CNES wins award for satellite collision risk management

    Date de publication:

    23 Juin 2008

    16 May, CNES engineer François Laporte, based at the Toulouse Space Centre, won the Best Paper of Symposium award at Space Ops 2008 for his contribution on operational management of collision risks for CNES satellites in low-Earth orbit.

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  4. Collisions de satellites: le CNES récompensé

    Date de publication:

    23 Juin 2008

    C’est un ingénieur du CNES à Toulouse, François Laporte, qui a reçu le prix de la meilleure communication du Space Ops 2008, le 16 mai. Sa présentation portait sur la gestion des risques de collision pour les satellites du CNES en orbite basse.

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  5. Expertise in Europe’s top three space nations

    Date de publication:

    10 Février 2009

    With CNES responsible for the development of Ariane on behalf of the European Space Agency (ESA), France has acquired comprehensive know-how in launch systems unique in Europe today.

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  6. Gale in an exoplanet's atmosphere

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    • Sciences et techniques

    Date de publication:

    26 Juin 2012

    Using the Hubble Space Telescope (NASA/ESA), the astronomers observed important changes in the upper atmosphere of a remote planet. Just after a strong eruption on its host star was observed in the X-rays range, the planet experienced a violent atmospheric escape. It was the first time such detailed observation of variations in the atmosphere of an extrasolar planet was performed; this result contributed to our knowledge of climatic variations and meteorological alterations in extreme conditions.

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  8. Prospective Seminar 2014: call for ideas

    Date de publication:

    1 Janvier 2010

    To define with the scientific community the medium-term orientation of the French space science programs, CNES plans to organize in March 2014 in La Rochelle a prospective seminar which will cover all areas of scientific research space.

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