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  1. CNES’s DECLIC instrument en route to the International Space Station

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    October 18, 2016

    First launched in 2009, the DECLIC scientific instrument was recovered and returned to Earth by NASA in 2014 after a five-year stay on the International Space Station (ISS) for maintenance by CNES, which designed and built the instrument. The result of a joint science effort with NASA, DECLIC is now on its way back to the station aboard the Cygnus resupply vehicle successfully sent aloft by an Antares launcher during the night of Monday 17 to Tuesday 18 October. Scheduled to dock with the station during the night of Saturday 22 October, Cygnus is also carrying scientific equipment for Thomas Pesquet’s Proxima mission.

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  2. Space Segment

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    January 20, 2017

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  3. DECLIC takes a maintenance break to repair its electronic module

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    September 22, 2016

    After 6 years of loyal service, DECLIC had to undergo maintenance.

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  4. DECLIC contraint à une escale technique pour révision

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    September 22, 2016

    Après 6 ans de bons et loyaux services, DECLIC a dû être révisé.

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  5. Nom de code OA-5: compte à rebours avant lancement

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    October 14, 2016

    Dimanche 16 octobre 2016, une fusée Antares partira de la base de Wallops Island, sur la côte est des Etats-Unis. Coopération spatiale internationale oblige, son chargement concerne directement la mission de Thomas Pesquet.

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  6. DECLIC clocks up one year in orbit

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    November 16, 2010

    The DECLIC mini-laboratory developed by CNES has been operating aboard the International Space Station for a year, letting scientists perform experiments remotely from Earth and view matter in a new light.

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  7. DECLIC set to show matter as never before

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    August 31, 2009

    The DECLIC mini-laboratory developed by CNES is scheduled to reach the International Space Station on 25 August, carrying a full set of equipment to study transparent materials and supercritical fluids like water in microgravity.

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  8. DECLIC: French experiment on ISS reveals new insights

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    April 13, 2010

    Installed on the International Space Station in September 2009, the DECLIC instrument developed by CNES has returned its first results. Thanks to DECLIC, scientists have determined the precise temperature at which water becomes supercritical water.

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  10. Organization

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    January 20, 2017

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  12. Organisation

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    October 24, 2014

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  14. Science

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    January 20, 2017

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  15. National and multilateral framework

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    February 10, 2011

    In a national and multilateral framework, CADMOS prepares and operates research experiments in microgravity, developed either by CNES or under a bilateral agreement in the priority fields defined by the French scientific community: for instance CARDIOMED with Russia and DECLIC with NASA.

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  16. At a glance

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    April 23, 2015

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  17. In depth

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    April 23, 2015

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  18. Concept

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    January 20, 2017

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  19. Ground Segment

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    January 20, 2017

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