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    3. DATA FROM FRENCH-CHINESE CFOSAT SATELLITE ON STREAM FOR SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY

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      19 Février 2020

      29 October 2018, China launched the French-Chinese CFOSat satellite from its launch base in the Gobi Desert in Inner Mongolia. This first joint science mission between the two nations to study ocean winds and waves therefore recently celebrated its first year in orbit. Its new observations are now available to the world’s scientific community to gain new insights into the ocean surface.

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    4. CNESMAG (special issue)- Space Climate Observatory (SCO): data serving territories

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      20 Janvier 2020

      It is to address local needs that CNES launched the Space Climate Observatory (SCO) initiative, which was subsequently selected by President Emmanuel Macron at the One Planet Summit in December 2017. The SCO combines the expertise of the world’s space agencies to supply satellite data that will serve to model the impacts of climate change on specific territories.

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    5. CNESMAG (hors-série)- Space Climate Observatory (SCO): la data au service du territoire

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      20 Janvier 2020

      C’est pour venir en aide de façon localisée et appropriée que le CNES a lancé le projet d’un Space Climate Observatory (SCO), une initiative sélectionnée par le Président de la République, Emmanuel Macron, lors du One Planet Summit, en décembre 2017. Le SCO rassemble l’expertise d’agences spatiales du monde entier pour mettre à disposition des données satellitaires qui vont permettre de modéliser les impacts du changement climatique sur un territoire précis.

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    6. CNES’s Data Processing Centre increases capacity and reaches 15th place in IO500 world ranking

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      28 Novembre 2019

      CNES, the French space agency, has this year extended the computing power of its Data Processing Centre and boosted the performance of its storage system.

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    8. Participation du CNES aux GéoDataDays

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      2 Juillet 2019

      Le CNES et CONNECT by CNES participent à l’édition 2019 des Géodatadays les 2 et 3 juillet à Arras

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    12. [Vidéo] Gaia: le challenge du big data

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      15 Février 2018
      Gaia : le challenge du big data

      Le big data est une réalité au CNES. Chaque jour des millions de données arrivent depuis l’espace, il faut pouvoir les traiter en un temps record, cela impose une rigueur toute particulière. Visite guidée dans les entrailles du CNES de Toulouse.

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    13. ESA INFO: Retard de publication temporaire des produits Sentinel-2 dans les Data Hubs

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      6 Février 2018

      Les utilisateurs sont informés que la disponibilité des produits Sentinel-2 est retardée à compter du 5 février 2018.

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    14. ESA INFO: Récupération de l'arriéré de publication Sentinel-1 sur les data hubs

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      27 Septembre 2017

      Retard sur la publication des produits Sentinel-1 du samedi 23 à 5:00 UTC jusqu'au mardi 26 septembre 2017 à 20:00 UTC en raison d'un problème de performance d'infrastructure. Le retard a été comblé aujourd'hui 27 septembre 2017.

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    15. Space hydrology: brace yoursleves, data is coming

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      29 Mai 2017

      An international research team just published the very first database mapping our planet’s humid areas and their evolution over time, from 1993 to 2007, with a 90 m resolution. Data will be extended to cover up to 2017 and prepare for the enormous amount of data from the revolutionary SWOT hydrology satellite.

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    16. Release of the CoRoT legacy data

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      18 Juillet 2016

      The CoRoT team has recently released the mission full science data set.

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    17. Disappearance of EgyptAir Paris-Cairo flight MS804 CNES and French Joint Space Command help to narrow zone for teams looking for the aircraft’s data recorders

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      3 Juin 2016

      CNES and French Joint Space Command (CIE) have been working together to help precisely locate the search area where signals were intercepted from the data recorders of the Airbus A320 that went down in the sea on 19 May on its way from Paris to Cairo.

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    18. COP 21 space agenda- Sentinel-3A in orbit- CNES supplied new-generation DORIS instrument and to play key role in data distribution

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      18 Février 2016

      The successful launch of the Sentinel-3A satellite just weeks after that of Jason-3 marks a new step forward for operational oceanography. For this mission of the Copernicus programme, CNES supplied a new-generation DORIS precise orbit-determination instrument and will be playing a key role in disseminating data from this new satellite surveying Earth’s oceans and climate.

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    19. CNES issues request for information on new-generation data-collection instrument

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      10 Février 2016

      CNES is issuing a request for information (RFI) to initiate a technical dialogue on a new-generation data-collection instrument offering much lower power consumption and mass than the current generation, with a view to flying it in the short and medium term on nanosatellites or microsatellites.

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    20. Jason-3 mission returns first data

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      21 Janvier 2016

      The Jason-3 oceanography satellite, developed by CNES working with international partners and successfully launched Sunday 17 January from Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB), California, by a Falcon 9 launcher, has reached its operational orbit. Immediately after being injected into orbit by the launcher, the satellite came under control of teams at the Toulouse Space Centre and all systems on the Proteus bus and all the instruments were successfully switched on. The teams were then able to generate the first real-time Jason-3 data product, less than three days after launch. Over the course of the next few days, Jason-3 will be joining its predecessor Jason-2, trailing one to three minutes behind in the same orbit to allow cross-comparison of data for the next six months. It will then take its place in CNES’s historic series of altimetry satellites and begin its mission to extend the record of sea-surface height data in support of climate change monitoring efforts engaged at the COP21 climate conference.

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