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    1. Key Events

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      9 Juillet 2018

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    2. Taranis- Two important deliveries in less than a week

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      16 Octobre 2017

      Two sensors have been delivered to CNES to be mounted on the Taranis satellite set to measure electron fluxes produced by transient luminous events (TLEs) occurring in Earth’s atmosphere at altitudes of 20 to 100 km.

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    3. Events Archive

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      25 Août 2014

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    4. CNESMAG 86- Taranis:the hidden side of storms

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      3 Novembre 2020

      Sprites, elves, jets… few people know that scientists habitually use such other-worldly words to describe what are less poetically called transient luminous events or TLEs, the flashes and electromagnetic emissions that occur during active storms just a few tens of kilometres over our heads. But what are the physical processes and mechanisms behind these phenomena discovered barely 30 years ago? Such are the challenges facing the French Taranis satellite that will be riding aloft this autumn atop a Vega launcher from the Guiana Space Centre.

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    6. CNESMAG 86- Taranis: la face cachée des orages

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      3 Novembre 2020

      Sprites, Elfes, Jets… Peu de gens savent que ces termes fantastiques sont utilisés par les scientifiques pour décrire des événements lumineux transitoires, moins poétiquement nommés TLE (Transient Luminous Events). Ce sont des flashs, des émissions électromagnétiques, qui se produisent pendant les orages actifs, au-dessus de nos têtes, à quelques dizaines de kilomètres d’altitude à peine. Mais quels sont les processus et les mécanismes physiques derrière ces phénomènes découverts il y a à peine 30 ans ? C'est tout l'enjeu du satellite français Taranis qui rejoindra l’espace cet automne, sur un lanceur Vega au départ du Centre Spatial Guyanais.

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    7. TARANIS satellite to study lightning

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      23 Novembre 2010

      A CNES spacecraft is set to undertake first-of-a-kind observations of spectacular luminous events in Earth’s upper atmosphere.

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    11. Eruption de La Soufrière, évaluer les aléas volcaniques grâce à l'imagerie spatiale

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      3 Mai 2021

      Le volcan sur l'île de Saint Vincent est entré en éruption le 9 avril 2021 Les scientifiques ont réalisé un travail remarquable pour comprendre le phénomène et alerter les populations. Pour cela, ils ont fait appel aux satellites Pléiades.

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    14. French-German space cooperation- DLR New Year event, Climate and innovation share centre stage

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      2 Février 2018

      Thursday 1 February, the German space agency DLR held its traditional New Year event in Berlin. On this occasion, CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall met Pascale Ehrenfreund, Chair of DLR’s Executive Board, and Dr. Wolfgang Scheremet, Director General of Industrial Policy at BMWi, the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy. His visit provided the opportunity to conduct a status check ahead of the key milestones this year for ESA and EU programmes, as well as for bilateral projects in the fields of innovation and climate. It also served to prepare for the next ESA Council meeting in Paris on 13 and 14 March.

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    16. CNES organizes C’Space 2017 student space event

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      20 Juillet 2017

      The 2017 edition of C’Space, the annual student space event organized by CNES and non-profit association Planète Sciences, is taking place at the Camp de Ger military base of the 1st Parachute Hussard airborne cavalry regiment near Tarbes in Southwest France, from 15 to 22 July. On Thursday 20 July, the young participants will be given the special opportunity to meet space professionals.

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    17. CNES organizes C’Space 2017 student space event

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      20 Juillet 2017

      The 2017 edition of C’Space, the annual student space event organized by CNES and non-profit association Planète Sciences, is taking place at the Camp de Ger military base of the 1st Parachute Hussard airborne cavalry regiment near Tarbes in Southwest France, from 15 to 22 July. On Thursday 20 July, the young participants will be given the special opportunity to meet space professionals.

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    18. CNES AT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SPACE OPTICS

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      30 Mars 2021

      The 13th International Conference on Space Optics (ICSO), co-organized by CNES and ESA, is being held virtually from 30 March to 2 April. Since 1991, ICSO is the must-attend event for optical, optoelectronic and photonic technologies for space applications. Opening the proceedings, CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall underlined the roles played by these technologies and the challenges associated with them through past, present and future accomplishments.

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