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  1. Demeter pulling out all the stops

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    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.

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  2. Demeter debuts science mission

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    September 24, 2004

    Launched on 29 June, the Demeter microsatellite (Detection of Electro Magnetic Emissions Transmitted from Earthquake Regions) is now on orbit and operational. But before embarking on its mission to study electromagnetic disturbances in the ionosphere associated with earthquakes and tremors, the satellite first had to undergo in-orbit checkout. Throughout the summer, the project team and scientists minded the first newborn in the Myriade series to monitor its flight performance.

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