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    1. PhD grants

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      April 6, 2021

      Every year, CNES grants some 70 PhD allowances.

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    2. PhD and post-doctoral grants

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      January 19, 2017

      Every year, CNES grants hundreds of research grants

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    3. François Alter

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      June 4, 2021

      Advisor to the President

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    7. SuperCam and its super sensors

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      March 31, 2021

      The French Space Agency (CNES) has reported the first images obtained on Mars using the Remote Micro-Imager (RMI) of the SuperCam instrument (the French contribution to NASA JPL PERSEVERANCE Rover) during the CNES Press Conference. The instrument provides high resolution (<70 µrad per pixel) color images for planetologists.

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    8. France-Singapore space cooperation New cooperation agreement between CNES and Nanyang Technological University (NTU)

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      April 26, 2016

      Monday 25 April at the agency’s Head Office in Paris, CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall and Lam Khin Yong, Chief of Staff and Vice President of Nanyang Technological University (NTU), signed a new cooperation agreement outlining arrangements for exchanging PhD students.

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    9. Robusta-1B

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      June 3, 2021

      Measuring radiation doses on bipolar components in low Earth orbit

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    10. APPOINTMENT TO CNES EXECUTIVE- COMMITTEE JEAN AUSSAGUEL TO TAKE OVER AS DIRECTOR OF ACCOUNTING, EFFECTIVE 1 SEPTEMBER 2020

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      June 4, 2020

      Jean Aussaguel has been appointed as CNES’s Director of Accounting with a seat on the agency’s Executive Committee, effective 1 September 2020. His appointment follows the decision of Pierre Dentand, the current holder, to take retirement.

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    11. Une nouvelle caméra pour traquer des traces de vie sur Mars

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      April 6, 2020

      Le 17 juillet 2020 décollera la prochaine mission martienne de la NASA, Mars2020. À son bord, le rover Perseverance part chercher des traces de vie fossile et identifier les échantillons qui pourraient revenir vers la Terre dans de futures missions. Sur Perseverance, la caméra SuperCam est un couteau suisse de l’espace qui permet d’analyser le sol martien.

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    12. Comment cherche-t-on des traces de vie sur Mars?

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      June 1, 2020

      La vie est-elle jamais apparue sur Mars ? Nous savons que de l’eau liquide pérenne, indispensable à la vie terrestre, a été présente à la surface de Mars avant que la planète rouge ne devienne un désert froid et aride. Mais cette eau liquide n’est plus là. Alors, concrètement, que cherchent les exobiologistes ? Quels indices pourraient confirmer, ou non, que la vie est apparue sur Mars à un moment de son histoire ? Faisons le point sur la stratégie actuelle de recherche d’indices de vie sur Mars et sur la mission Exomars.

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    14. Laurence Monnoyer-Smith

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      January 28, 2021

      Director of Sustainable Development and Performance

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    16. Pariscience 2019: le festival du film scientifique (25-30/10)

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      October 11, 2019

      Nous décernons cette année le prix « Innovation » dans la compétition des collégiens avec 3 films en lice : « Alerte aux débris spatiaux », « L'odyssée du loup, secrets de tournage » et « Les maîtres des éléments - eau ».

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    20. Earthquakes detection from space is now possible

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      August 17, 2018

      The detection of earthquakes takes on a new dimension: it becomes possible to detect seismic waves by observing the vibrations they cause in the upper atmosphere. This has been proven by a study by IPGP (Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris), published in Nature Scientific Reports, with important perspectives in seismology and planetology.

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