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  1. ArianeWorks selects MyCTO to prototype stage-recovery concept for Themis

    Date de publication:

    20 Mai 2019

    ArianeWorks, the acceleration platform launched by CNES and ArianeGroup last February, is geared notably towards ramping up development of the THEMIS low-cost reusable first-stage demonstrator, working in partnership with SMEs and start-ups. To this end, it has selected MyCTO, a young rapid-prototyping firm in the Paris region spotted at the Station F campus through FrenchTech and ConnectbyCNES, to build a prototype of one of the stage-recovery concepts under study.

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  2. CNES selected as business provider for French Tech Seed investment fund

    Date de publication:

    17 Janvier 2019

    Thursday 17 January 2019, CNES was selected as business provider for the French Tech Seed investment fund. The winners of the Call for Interest, launched by Bpifrance, were announced by Frédérique Vidal, France’s Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, Agnès Pannier-Runacher, Secretary of State to the French Minister for the Economy and Finance, and Guillaume Boudy, France’s Secretary General for Investment. CNES will head a consortium responsible for supporting space startups in their bid to secure funding from investors, and for leveraging French Tech Seed funding to help make the space sector a driver for economic development.

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  3. ExoMars 2020- Oxia Planum selected as landing site

    Date de publication:

    20 Novembre 2018

    Oxia Planum will be the landing site for the ExoMars 2020 mission—the second mission in the ExoMars programme, led by ESA in cooperation with Roscosmos. The site was recommended by an international consortium headed by the LGL-TPE Earth, planets and environment geology laboratory in Lyon (Claude Bernard Lyon 1 University/Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon/CNRS) in close partnership with the IAS space astrophysics institute (CNRS/Paris-Sud University). Oxia Planum was studied primarily using data collected by the OMEGA instrument, which was developed by IAS, the LESIA space and astrophysics instrumentation research laboratory and CNES and is operating on Europe’s Mars Express orbiter. The ExoMars 2020 mission will be launched in July 2020 and will land on the Red Planet in March 2021.

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  6. European payload selected for ExoMars 2018 surface platform

    Date de publication:

    4 Décembre 2015

    Two European instruments and four European contributions on two Russian instruments have been selected for the Russian-led science platform that will land on Mars as part of the ESA–Roscosmos ExoMars 2018 mission.

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  7. CNES- Innovate to Win: Gfi Informatique Selected to Run Managed Services for SIRIUS Information System

    Date de publication:

    27 Juillet 2015

    CNES’s Information Systems Directorate recently put the managed services for SIRIUS—its network information and computer/user/service infrastructure system—out to competition. Following a call for tender, Gfi Informatique has been selected to run all its managed services including the transformation of CNES’s information system infrastructure and applications, for a period of four years extendable to six.

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  8. Selection of Cosmic Vision M1 and M2: France on the front line on Solar orbiter and Euclid


    • Sciences et techniques

    Date de publication:

    4 Octobre 2011

    CNES is highly involved in the conception of the two missions Solar Orbiter and Euclid, now selected by ESA within the frame of its Cosmic Vision programme. Thanks to its partnerships (CNRS, CEA and Universities), CNES is involved in the development of payloads and ground facilities required by those satellites.

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  9. Rosetta: Five landing sites selected for Philae

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    25 Août 2014

    Two and a half months before the long-awaited touchdown of Philae, scores of scientists from ESA, CNES, DLR and other agencies and laboratories convened at CNES in Toulouse this weekend, to draw up a list of five suitable landing sites on the nucleus of comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko (67P). Touchdown is still on-schedule for mid-November.

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