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  1. Next Soyuz mission from Guiana Space Centre to orbit Microscope, Sentinel-1B and Fly Your Satellite!

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    19 Avril 2016

    Friday 22 April, Soyuz will launch from Europe’s spaceport at the Guiana Space Centre (CSG) to send aloft the Microscope satellite for CNES, Sentinel-1B for the European Space Agency (ESA) and the European Union, and Fly Your Satellite! for ESA. It will be Soyuz’s first flight from the CSG this year.

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  2. Soyuz successfully orbits Microscope, Sentinel-1B and Fly Your Satellite! from Guiana Space Centre

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    26 Avril 2016

    Monday 25 April, the Soyuz launcher accomplished its 14th successful flight from the Guiana Space Centre (CSG), Europe’s spaceport in Kourou, orbiting Microscope for CNES, Sentinel-1B for the European Space Agency (ESA) and the European Union, and Fly Your Satellite! for ESA.

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  3. Microscope A new CNES satellite to test Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity

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    15 Avril 2016

    CNES’s Microscope satellite (MICROSatellite à trainée Compensée pour l’Observation du Principe d’Équivalence) was presented to the press today at the agency’s Head Office in Paris. The satellite is set to be orbited Friday 22 April by Soyuz from the Guiana Space Centre. Microscope will test the universality of free fall for the first time in the vacuum of space using an experiment 100 times more precise than anything on Earth.

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  4. CNES’s next satellite, Microscope, arrives at the Guiana Space Centre

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    11 Mars 2016

    CNES’s Microscope satellite (MICROSatellite à trainée Compensée pour l’Observation du Principe d’Équivalence) arrived at the Guiana Space Centre (CSG) on 10 March. It is now set to be orbited on the next Soyuz launch from the CSG scheduled on 22 April. Microscope will test the universality of free fall for the first time in space using an experiment 100 times more precise than anything on Earth.

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