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Publishing date:May 11, 2006
Launched in 2004, Demeter is set to reach a new milestone on completing 2 years in orbit. Has this small experimental satellite succeeded in penetrating the mysterious ways in which earthquakes and the upper atmosphere appear to be linked? A science symposium in Toulouse, France, from 14-16 June will be presenting its 1st results.
Publishing date:December 1, 2006
Orbited 28 April, the NASA/CNES Calipso satellite is designed to study the impact of clouds and aerosols on climate change. With the data validation phase of the mission drawing to an end, its 1st series of results is set to arrive this month. Calipso’s instruments have performed remarkably well since being switched on in May. “The instruments’ signal-to-noise ratio is even better than we expected,” confirms Jacques Pelon, Principal Investigator on the French side of the mission.
Publishing date:December 27, 2006
After stabilizing the boresight in fine-pointing mode, using the instrument as a super star tracker, teams at CNES and French national scientific research centre CNRS have acquired the 1st images on COROT’s exoplanet channel.
Publishing date:September 22, 2009
The European infrared telescope has sent back its 1st images of the early Universe. Cosmologists and astrophysicists the world over are now looking forward to a treasure trove of data.
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