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  1. Science Programmes Committee Meeting focuses on innovation, climate and exploration

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    May 31, 2017

    A meeting of CNES’s Science Programmes Committee (CPS) was held at CNES headquarters in Paris on Wednesday, 31 May 2017. The CPS advises the CNES Board of Directors on matters relating to space science research and helps it to shape the agency’s science priorities.

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  3. Comité des Programmes Scientifiques (CPS) Une réunion placée sous le signe de l’innovation, du climat et de l’exploration

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    May 31, 2017

    Le Comité des Programmes Scientifiques (CPS) du CNES s’est réuni au Siège du CNES, mercredi 31 mai 2017. Le CPS apporte au Conseil d’administration du CNES son expertise sur les sujets relatifs à la recherche scientifique spatiale et propose les priorités scientifiques des programmes du CNES.

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  5. CNESMAG 72- CHALLENGE, INVENTING THE FUTURE OF SPACE

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    June 13, 2017

    In 50 years, space has shifted up a gear, as innovation has revolutionized launchers and satellites, our planet’s climate has come under constant surveillance from Earth orbit and Mars has become the new frontier of space exploration. Indeed, faced with the rise ofemerging nations and the all-pervading influence of the United States, we must stay ahead of the game and above all we must keep inventing the future of space.

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  6. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets France inspiring dreams through space

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    July 26, 2017

    The blockbuster film Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets drew large crowds of cinemagoers on its release today in France. More and more films are being set in space, a sign of the public’s increasing interest in this field.

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  8. [Mars 2020] Destination Mars: guidebook n°3

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    February 12, 2021

    Once no more than a faint orange dot in the sky, in the space of less than a century Mars has become a keen focus of study. Its ancient river beds, outflow channels and giant volcanoes appeal to the explorer in us. It’s easy to imagine it as Earth’s twin billions of years ago. Feeling adventurous? If so, we invite you on a voyage of discovery to mighty and majestic places that may once have harboured life… and where we dream of one day setting foot.

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  9. CNESMAG 87- Exploration: moving up a scale

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    February 16, 2021

    How far will humans venture into space? And when they get there, what will they do and what will they discover? These questions are no doubt the real reasons motivating human space exploration, which has been making the headlines recently in the world of space.

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  10. CNESMAG 87- Exploration: changement d'échelle

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    February 16, 2021

    Jusqu’où les hommes iront-ils dans l’espace ? Et lorsqu’ils y seront, qu’y feront-ils et qu’y découvriront-ils ? Ces questions constituent sans doute les vraies motivations de l’exploration humaine de l’espace qui occupe ces derniers temps, beaucoup l’actualité spatiale.

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  16. ESA RELEASES FIRST IMAGES FROM SOLAR ORBITER

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    July 16, 2020

    The European Space Agency (ESA) has released the first images from its Solar Orbiter spacecraft, which completed its commissioning phase in mid-June and made its first close approach to the Sun. Shortly thereafter, the European and U.S. science teams behind the mission’s ten instruments were able to test the entire instrument suite in concert for the first time.

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  18. L’ESA DEVOILE LES PREMIERES IMAGES DE SOLAR ORBITER

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    July 16, 2020

    Les premières images prises par Solar Orbiter, la nouvelle sonde d’exploration du Soleil de l’ESA, viennent d’être dévoilées par l’agence spatiale européenne. Solar Orbiter a terminé mi-juin sa phase de « recette en vol » et effectué un premier passage rapproché au-dessus du Soleil. Les équipes scientifiques européennes et américaines derrière les dix instruments de la mission ont peu après pu tester pour la première fois à l’unisson la suite complète d’instruments.

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