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    1. ALPHA MISSION: PROGRESS REVIEW OF CNES EXPERIMENTS OPERATED BY THOMAS PESQUET

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      September 22, 2021

      The docking of the NG-16 resupply spacecraft with the ISS in August marked the arrival in orbit of the latest French experiments designed by CNES as part of the Alpha mission. After 152 days in space, astronaut Thomas Pesquet has already completed four spacewalks and performed a host of science experiments from CADMOS/CNES and from other space agencies like ESA and NAS. His schedule is still busy.

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    4. Mission

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      September 15, 2021

      SWOT : A French-US mission to investigate Earth’s ocean and inland surface water.

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    5. OCEANOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE (ALBERT I, PRINCE OF MONACO FOUNDATION) AND CNES STEP UP COOPERATION TO ADVANCE UNDERSTANDING OF THE OCEANS

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      September 15, 2021

      The CNES delegation to the maritime economy convention in Nice, led by its Chairman & CEO Philippe Baptiste, was welcomed to the Monaco Oceanographic Museum by its Director, Robert Calcagno, Tuesday 14 September. After a guided tour and discussions centred on future areas for cooperation, Philippe Baptiste and Robert Calcagno signed a partnership agreement aimed at gaining new insights into the oceans through space technologies, in the presence of His Excellency Laurent Stefanini, France’s Ambassador to Monaco.

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    10. Our 5 CSR commitments

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      August 9, 2021
    11. CSR: CNES in action

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      August 9, 2021

      CNES’s CSR Strategy and Environment and Quality Policies

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    12. CNESMAG 89- Ballooning:a French flair

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      August 4, 2021

      The intense heat, droughts, storms and typhoons disrupting the planet’s delicate climate balances come with critical risks for populations. For the past 60 years, balloons have proved a platform of choice, complementing satellites with their unique ability to stay aloft for long periods at altitudes of 20 to 40 kilometres and collect in-situ data on winds, greenhouse gases, aerosols and radiation.

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    15. CNES SME Label

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      July 2, 2021

      CNES SME label for space products and services.

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    20. Why is there so little water left on Mars?

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      June 24, 2021

      Mars is known for its thin atmosphere, where CO2 dominates and provides most of the atmospheric mass and pressure. In fact, the pressure is similar to that in the Earth’s stratosphere, which is a layer of the atmosphere, at more than 30km above the surface.

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