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  1. Science teams to the fore

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    August 1, 2008

    Every 2 years, CNES’s COSPAR report reviews advances in space science research. The latest report was given to attendees at the 37th COSPAR Scientific Assembly held in Montreal, Canada, 13-20 July. It is also available for download (see links).

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  2. French scientists all set for U.S. Glory mission

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    November 23, 2010

    NASA’s Glory Earth-observation science satellite is set to launch on 23 February from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. French scientists are taking part in this adventure with support from CNES.

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  3. Des scientifiques français participent à la mission américaine Glory

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    November 23, 2010

    Le satellite scientifique de la NASA, Glory, destiné à l’observation de la Terre devrait être lancé le 4 mars prochain depuis la base de Vandenberg en Californie. Des scientifiques français, soutenus par le CNES, participent à l’aventure.

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  4. SAFIRE studies the atmosphere from the air

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    August 12, 2009

    In 1947, the 1st airborne measurements began aiding scientists studying Earth’s atmosphere. Today, the SAFIRE joint research unit created in 2004 fulfils this data collection function.

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  5. Recherche spatiale: le rapport du CNES

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    July 24, 2008

    Tous les 2 ans, le « rapport au COSPAR » du CNES est l’occasion de dresser le bilan de 2 années de recherches scientifiques spatiales. Remis aux participants de la 37e Assemblée du COSPAR qui s’est déroulée du 13 au 20 juillet derniers à Montréal, il est disponible en téléchargement (voir liens ci-dessous).

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  6. Calipso climbs aboard the train

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    June 1, 2006

    One month after launch, Calipso has joined the A-Train constellation of 6 French-U.S. atmosphere-observing satellites. Calipso’s instruments are being checked out and brought into service. The satellite is set to be fully operational in the days ahead and is already beaming back its 1st images.

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