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  1. IASI: du nouveau du côté de la météo

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    April 12, 2006

    Au mois de juillet, le lanceur Soyouz mettra sur orbite le 1er des 3 satellites météorologiques européens MetOp1. A son bord, l’instrument IASI2, développé par le CNES en coopération avec Eumetsat3, fournira aux météorologues des mesures de l’atmosphère d’une qualité inégalée. Le satellite s’apprête à quitter les locaux d’EADS Astrium à Toulouse pour rejoindre sa base de lancement.

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  2. CNES balloons to probe the Antarctic

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    August 20, 2010

    The Concordiasi campaign set to begin on 2 September aims to enhance our understanding of the air masses over the ‘White Continent’ and improve satellite observations.

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  3. IASI in orbit on MetOp-B satellite

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    September 14, 2012

    A 2nd IASI meteorology instrument, developed by CNES, was orbited Monday 17 September aboard the European MetOp-B satellite. The Russian Soyuz launcher lifted off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 18.28 CET, injecting its payload into orbit at an altitude of 800 km. The satellite was also carrying two other passengers: Argos-3 and the Sarsat-3 search-and-rescue payload.

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  4. Concordiasi: le climat de l’Antarctique

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    January 7, 2009

    En septembre-octobre 2009, 18 ballons dérivants seront lancés pour faire des mesures stratosphériques. 12 d’entre eux largueront 600 sondes munies de parachute pour établir des profils verticaux de la troposphère.

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  5. IASI signals a change in weather forecasting

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    April 12, 2006

    This July, a Soyuz launcher will orbit the 1st of 3 European MetOp1 weather satellites. MetOp-A will be carrying the IASI2 instrument developed by CNES in partnership with Eumetsat3 to bring meteorologists new atmospheric measurements of unmatched quality. The satellite is now preparing to leave EADS Astrium’s facility in Toulouse, France, for its launch site.

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  6. Concordiasi: le climat de l’Antarctique

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    January 14, 2009

    In September and October 2009, 18 drifting balloons will be released to acquire measurements in the stratosphere. Twelve of them will release 600 parachuted dropsondes to establish vertical profiles of the troposphere.

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  7. Des ballons au secours de l'espace

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    September 9, 2010
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