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PRESS AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT

External Communication, Education and Public Affairs Directorate
CNES, French Space Agency,
2, place Maurice Quentin - 75001 Paris

Alain DELRIEU - Head of Press and Public Affairs Department
Tel. +33 144 76 74 04 - alain.delrieu@cnes.fr

Hélianthe DAYDE - Assistant
Tel. +33 144 76 76 88
Fax. +33 144 76 78 40
cnes-presse@cnes.fr

Julien WATELET - Media Manager
Tel. +33 144 76 78 37 - julien.watelet@cnes.fr

Pascale BRESSON - Media Manager
Tel. +33 144 76 78 39 - pascale.bresson@cnes.fr

Monique BROSSAUD - Enterprise Liaison Officer
Tel. +33 144 76 78 25 - monique.brossaud@cnes.fr

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Phone +33 (0)1 44 76 77 59

2, place Maurice Quentin
75001 Paris

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Fax +33 (0)5 61 47 90 62
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8 rue du Pont Montaudran
31000 Toulouse
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Nom de la première vidéo : Welcome to CNES
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A brief introduction to the French space agency.


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

April 03, 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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Rosetta mission: Philae lander 'wakes up' as planned

March 28, 2014

The small robotic lander, which will be dropped onto comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko in November, was woken from its deep-space 'hibernation' today. This is a crucial milestone in the Rosetta mission, after wake-up of the orbiter in January. CNES is ready to receive the 1st science data from Philae.

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