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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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French astronaut Thomas Pesquet to fly to ISS in 2016

March 20, 2014

Geneviève Fioraso, France’s Minister for Higher Education and Research, Jean-Jacques Dordain, Director General of the European Space Agency (ESA), and CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall announced Monday 17 March that French astronaut Thomas Pesquet will make his first spaceflight in late 2016.

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Rosetta wakes up from deep space hibernation

January 20, 2014

Operators at ESA’s mission control centre in Darmstadt, Germany, received confirmation that the Rosetta spacecraft had woken up in the early evening of 20 January. After 10 years in space, the probe is now ready to pursue its path en route to comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko.

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A new website for CNES - the French Space Agency

February 23, 2009

A new website for CNES, the French Space Agency

More ‘in’ visually, and less ‘has-been’ from a navigational point of view, CNES’s institutional website has been revitalized. Here’s a roundup of the new features the editors have whipped up for you …

First you’ll find that the graphics have changed, to adapt to the growing demand for images and to provide better showcasing for video. Henceforth, you can enjoy instant access to our latest Journal de l’espace or even a bizarre encounter with the illustrator, Moebius.

The second improvement is the site’s user-friendliness, with more intuitive navigation, a redesigned structure and the introduction of new tools such as the ‘word cloud’.

For professionals, our site now offers easily identifiable dedicated areas for journalists, public officials and policy-makers, as well as for the educational and scientific communities.
You can find your news item, sorted by category, and consult detailed special features in the section entitled “Find out more about space”.

A colour, a content and a cnes.fr to suit everyone... Happy navigating!

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