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  1. Vega successfully orbits VENuS and OPTSAT-3000 satellites on its tenth flight CNES’s four centres key to “making our planet great again”

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    August 2, 2017

    Tuesday 1 August, Vega accomplished a flawless launch from Europe’s spaceport at the Guiana Space Centre (CSG), orbiting the VENuU and OPTSAT-3000 satellites. The launch, conducted on behalf of CNES and the Israel Space Agency (ISA), and on behalf of the Italian Ministry of Defence, was the eighth this year from the CSG and marks the tenth flight of Vega, orbiting its seventh Earth-observing satellite.

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  2. Succès du 10ème lancement de Vega. Mise en orbite réussie des satellites Venus et OPTSAT-3000 Les quatre centres du CNES à l’honneur « Make Our Planet Great Again! »

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    August 2, 2017

    Mardi 1er août, Vega, lancé au Centre Spatial Guyanais (CSG), port spatial de l’Europe, a parfaitement réussi sa mission en mettant en orbite les satellites Venus et OPTSAT-3000. Ce lancement, effectué d’une part, pour le compte du CNES et de l’ISA (Israel Space Agency) et d’autre part, pour celui du Ministère de la défense italien, était le huitième lancement de 2017 au CSG et le 10ème lancement de Vega, qui réalise ainsi sa septième mission au profit de l’observation de la Terre.

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  3. ROC2, the GPS atmospheric sounder delivered to STRATEOLE-2

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    March 25, 2018

    The first instrument on board the ZEPHYR gondola was delivered to the Dynamic Meteorology Laboratory in autumn 2017.

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  4. The first Strateole-2 gondola ready to perform measurements in the tropical tropopause

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    March 25, 2018

    The SAWfPHY, B-Bop and LOAC instruments loaded in the ZEPHYR gondola arrived for integration. These instruments will respectively perform measurements of water vapour, ozone and aerosols during the STRATEOLE-2 flights.

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  5. European space cooperation, CNES and ESRIN meet to discuss Earth-observation programmes

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    July 18, 2017

    Tuesday 18 July, CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall met ESA Director of Earth Observation Joseph Aschbacher at ESRIN, the European Space Research INstitute, to discuss the Earth Observation Envelope Programme (EOEP), future trends in this field and additions to the Copernicus Space Component.

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  6. Next Vega mission to orbit. VENUS and OPTSAT-3000 satellites

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    July 28, 2017

    Tuesday 1 August, Vega will lift off from Europe’s spaceport in French Guiana carrying the VENµS and OPTSAT-3000 satellites. The launch, conducted on behalf of CNES and the Israel Space Agency (ISA), and the Italian Ministry of Defence, will be the eighth this year from the Guiana Space Centre and will mark the tenth flight of Vega, which will be orbiting its seventh Earth-observing satellite.

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  7. TARANIS satellite to study lightning

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    November 23, 2010

    A CNES spacecraft is set to undertake first-of-a-kind observations of spectacular luminous events in Earth’s upper atmosphere.

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  11. Mission

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    July 17, 2020

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  13. Jason-2 transferred to a lower orbit

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    July 13, 2017

    Orbit transfer operations were carried out by CNES Toulouse Space Centre teams and took place between 3 and 9 July 2017. Jason-2 now operates on a 1,309 km high orbit.

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  14. Venus to be launched from the Guyana Space Centre on 1st August 2017

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    June 21, 2017

    The French-Israeli Earth observation satellite’s launch date has been confirmed. It will depart on 1st August 2017 from the Guyana Space Centre (CSG).

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  18. CNES central to the COP22 space agenda Panel session on climate opened by Ségolène Royal, Minister for the Environment, Energy and Maritime Affairs, in charge of international climate relations

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    November 14, 2016

    Friday 11 November at the COP22 in Marrakesh, being held from 7-18 November, CNES and its Moroccan counterparts organized a panel discussion on space technologies aiding implementation of the COP agreements. Ségolène Royal, Minister for the Environment, Energy and Maritime Affairs, in charge of international climate relations, and Abdellatif Loudiyi, Morocco’s Minister Delegate to the Head of Government for the administration of National Defence, in charge of space affairs, gave the opening speeches.

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