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  14. CNES AND TOULOUSE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL WORKING TOGETHER ON COVID-19 RESPONSE

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    June 2, 2020

    In response to the continuing COVID-19 epidemic in France, CNES and Toulouse University Hospital have teamed up to develop an artificial intelligence solution that aids interpretation of lung scans.

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  17. CNES ends 2019 with final flourish as ANGELS and EyeSat are sent into orbit

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    December 20, 2019

    The two satellites have departed Earth from the Guiana Space Centre atop a Soyuz launcher and are now operating over our heads. ANGELS, built by Hemeria with support from CNES, is the first French commercial nanosatellite to enter service, and EyeSat was developed through CNES’s JANUS1 student cubesat project.

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  18. Le CNES termine 2019 sur un ultime succès avec la mise en orbite d’ANGELS et de EyeSat!

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    December 20, 2019

    Ils ont quitté la Terre depuis le Centre Spatial Guyanais à bord d’un lanceur Soyouz et sont désormais actifs au-dessus de nos têtes ! ANGELS, réalisé par la société Hemeria avec le support du CNES, est le premier nanosatellite industriel français en fonction et EyeSat a été développé par le CNES dans le cadre du projet Janus (Jeunes en Apprentissage pour la réalisation de Nanosatellites des Universités et des écoles de l’enseignement Supérieur).

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  20. CNES Science Programmes Committee meets First for new 2019-2024 team

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    October 2, 2019

    Tuesday 1 October, CNES’s Science Programmes Committee (CPS) met at the agency’s Head Office in Paris Les Halles. 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. Today’s meeting was the first since the appointment in March of the new committee members for 2019-2024 and of its new Chair, Gilles Bergametti.

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