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  1. OCEANOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE (ALBERT I, PRINCE OF MONACO FOUNDATION) AND CNES STEP UP COOPERATION TO ADVANCE UNDERSTANDING OF THE OCEANS

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    15 Septembre 2021

    The CNES delegation to the maritime economy convention in Nice, led by its Chairman & CEO Philippe Baptiste, was welcomed to the Monaco Oceanographic Museum by its Director, Robert Calcagno, Tuesday 14 September. After a guided tour and discussions centred on future areas for cooperation, Philippe Baptiste and Robert Calcagno signed a partnership agreement aimed at gaining new insights into the oceans through space technologies, in the presence of His Excellency Laurent Stefanini, France’s Ambassador to Monaco.

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  4. Launch of French-Chinese CFOSat satellite- CNES and CNRS join forces to study climate change in the world’s oceans

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    22 Octobre 2018

    The French-Chinese CFOSat satellite will be launched on Monday 29 October atop a Chinese Long March 2C vehicle from the Jiuquan launch base in Inner Mongolia. This science mission to study ocean surface winds and waves is the first joint project pursued under French-Chinese space cooperation. Developed by CNES and the China National Space Administration (CNSA), the satellite will carry two radar instruments: SWIM (Surface Waves Investigation and Monitoring), developed by France, which will survey the length, height and direction of waves; and SCAT (wind SCATterometer), developed by China, which will measure the strength and direction of winds. The two instruments will enable measurements of winds and waves to be acquired simultaneously for the first time. CFOSat will thus characterize the dynamics of waves and how they interact with surface winds more comprehensively than ever before.

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  6. France-China space cooperation 11th meeting of French-Chinese Space Committee Signature of cooperation agreement on HY-2 ocean-observing missions

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    23 Mai 2017

    Tuesday 23 May in Paris, CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall and Wu Yanhua, Vice-Administrator of the China National Space Administration, chaired the 11th meeting of the French-Chinese Space Committee. On this occasion, they discussed space cooperation between the two nations, reviewed progress on their flagship joint programmes CFOSat and SVOM, and signed a cooperation agreement on the HY-2 ocean-observing missions.

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  7. French-Mexican space cooperation CNES and AEM organize ‘Environment, Climate and Oceans’ workshop in Mexico City

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    2 Mars 2016

    A three-day workshop on ‘Environment, Climate and Oceans’ organized by CNES, its subsidiary CLS and the Mexican space agency AEM was opened today, Wednesday 2 March, in Mexico City by CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall and AEM Director General Francisco Javier Mendieta Jiménez. Aimed at the oceanography data user community, the workshop will be focusing on satellite ocean-monitoring capabilities.

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  12. CNES AT THE 43RD COSPAR SCIENTIFIC ASSEMBLY

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    1 Février 2021

    CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall took part in the 43rd COSPAR Scientific Assembly being held in Sydney, Australia, and virtually from 28 January to 4 February. Formed in 1958, COSPAR (Committee on Space Research) is an international organization charged with promoting space research and a forum for advancing science and engineering. CNES’s President addressed the event during the space agency leaders’ round table session on ‘Connecting Space Research for Global Impact’.

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  16. SENTINEL-6 MICHAEL FREILICH CNES CENTRAL TO SEA-LEVEL MONITORING BY TOPEX/JASON/SENTINEL-6 SATELLITES

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    23 Novembre 2020

    The Copernicus constellation’s Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich satellite, orbited Saturday 21 November, is the first of two twin satellites set to acquire vital measurements of rising sea level.

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  17. 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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  19. ANGELS, France's first industrial nanosatellite, extends the scope of space IoT

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    13 Octobre 2020

    Five times more powerful and 10 times smaller than its predecessors, ANGELS has been designed to address the current challenges of New Space: miniaturization, scaled-up performance and very low consumption. This technological wonder is opening up its services to current users and offering IoT players premium access to this new connectivity. ANGELS gives a first taste of the opportunities provided by Kinéis, the first constellation of European nanosatellites dedicated to IoT. Carrying a state-of-the-art ARGOS instrument, ANGELS is the operationnal proof of the success of the French nanosatellite sector, supported by CNES and leading manufacturers such as Thales Alenia Space, HEMERIA and Syrlinks.

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