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    1. Proxima mission Thomas Pesquet reaches International Space Station

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      19 Novembre 2016

      The Soyuz spacecraft launched Thursday 17 November from Baikonur with France’s ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet on board docked today with the International Space Station.

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    2. Contacts

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      4 Février 2020

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    3. Pléiades and ELISA satellites successfully launched

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      15 Août 2011

      The Russian Soyuz launcher successfully completed its second flight from French Guiana, orbiting the Pléiades, ELISA and SSOT satellites today.

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    4. President Macron watches Thomas Pesquet’s return to Earth from CNES Head Office

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      3 Juin 2017

      At 16:09, the Soyuz capsule carrying Thomas Pesquet and his Russian colleague Oleg Novitsky landed safely in Kazakhstan, bringing to a close a particularly successful human spaceflight

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    5. Thomas Pesquet to fly to International Space Station on Thursday 17 November Special events in Paris, Toulouse and on the Web

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      • Proxima

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      15 Novembre 2016

      Thursday 17 November at 21:20 CET, France’s ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet will lift off aboard a Russian Soyuz launcher from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan alongside Russian commander Oleg Novitsky (Roscosmos) and U.S. astronaut Peggy Whitson (NASA). The Soyuz spacecraft is then scheduled to berth with the International Space Station on Saturday 19 November at around 23:00.

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    7. First Pléiades satellite to launch 16 December

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      7 Décembre 2011

      The first of the 2 Pléiades satellites is set to be orbited on 16 December by a Soyuz launcher from the Guiana Space Centre, ushering in a new generation of Earth imagery to add to the existing panoply.

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    8. The incredible journey of PSS!

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      1 Avril 2016

      The Soyuz capsule which landed in Kazakhstan on March 2, 2016, brought back 3 astronauts to Earth. Among them, Scott Kelly broke the spaceflight record by living 342 days (and 520 cumulative days) in space. The capsule also brought back a French experiment which stayed even longer than him in space (588 days).

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    9. Installations d'assemblage et de lancement

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      28 Janvier 2020

      Soyouz décolle depuis le Centre spatial guyanais, port spatial de l’Europe. Comme pour Ariane et Vega, les différents éléments du lanceur arrivent à Kourou en conteneurs sur les bateaux MN Toucan et MN Colibri. Seule différence, leur point de départ : Saint-Pétersbourg en Russie. Une campagne de lancement Soyouz dure entre 1 à 2 mois. En voici le descriptif.

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    10. Galileo: Alba and Oriana in orbit!

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      11 Septembre 2015
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      11 sept 2015 - During the night of 10-11 September, Soyuz successfully launched Alba and Oriana, the 9th and 10th satellites in the Galileo constellation, Europe’s future GPS. But did you know Oriana is named after a young French junior high school pupil from Roubaix?

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    11. Thomas Pesquet en route to the International Space Station

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      17 Novembre 2016

      Thursday 17 November at 21:20 CET, Soyuz completed a flawless launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, sending aloft France’s ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet, Russian mission commander Oleg Novitsky (Roscosmos) and U.S. astronaut Peggy Whitson (NASA). The spacecraft is scheduled to berth with the International Space Station on Saturday 19 November at around 23:00.

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    12. CNES celebrates 10th edition of French Excellence awards

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      6 Décembre 2019

      The 10th French Excellence awards ceremony was held on Thursday 5 December at the Austerlitz Auditorium of the Hôtel National des Invalides, in the presence of its President Maurice Tasler and CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall. CNES, a laureate in 2014 and 2017, celebrated this 10th anniversary with the presentation of its film CNES serving French Excellence.

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    13. Venus Express to launch on November 9

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      7 Novembre 2005

      After a launch delay of several days, Venus Express is now all set to go. The European spacecraft dedicated to studying the atmosphere of Venus will launch atop a Soyuz-Fregat vehicle on 9 November from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. CNES is a partner on this mission.

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    14. IASI ready for the lift-off

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      26 Septembre 2006

      The big day is fast approaching for IASI! After 3 abortive attempts in July, the launch of the MetOp satellite carrying the IASI instrument is now all set for 7 October. The Soyuz launcher and its payload are undergoing final preparations before lift-off.

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    15. Second Pléiades satellite to launch 1 December

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      17 Septembre 2012

      1 December, a year after the launch of Pléiades-1A, Pléiades-1B will join its twin satellite in orbit at an altitude of 694 km. The Soyuz launcher is set to lift off from the Guiana Space Centre at 3:02 CET.

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    16. Venus Express readying for the off

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      9 Août 2005

      The big day is nearing for Venus Express, the European spacecraft dedicated to studying the atmosphere of Venus. After completing the final phase of functional testing, the spacecraft has now arrived at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, where it will be launched atop a Soyuz-Fregat vehicle in October. CNES is a partner on this mission.

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    17. AMINO to probe the origins of life

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      2 Décembre 2008

      The 3rd exobiology experiment devised by the LISA laboratory in Créteil, France, supported by CNES, lifted off on board a Russian Soyuz launcher on 26 November. Called AMINO, it aims to study the viability of certain organic molecules in space, like for example those found in comets.

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    18. 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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    19. 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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    20. PEPS and Sentinel-2 bring new perspectives

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      3 Février 2016

      The Copernicus programme is pursuing its deployment. After the launch of Sentinel-1A on 3 April 2014 by Soyuz from the Guiana Space Centre (CSG), Sentinel-2A, orbited on 23 June 2015 by Vega, also from the CSG, is now operational. For CNES’s Sentinel Product Exploitation Platform (PEPS), this signals the start of a new stream of data for Copernicus users.

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