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Publishing date:May 18, 2017
Thursday 18 May, ESA Director General Jan Wörner visited the Toulouse Space Centre, one of the four centres of excellence of CNES, the chief contributor to ESA. He was welcomed by CNES President and ESA Council co-Chair Jean-Yves Le Gall. This visit underlined the ESA Director General’s interest in the advances that CNES is achieving to curb climate change and in Mars exploration.
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State visit to France of Their Royal Highnesses the Grand Duke and Grand Duchess of Luxembourg, presentation of CNES activities at the Toulouse Space Centre
Publishing date:March 21, 2018
Publishing date:June 30, 2017
For its 350th session, CNES’s Board of Directors met at the agency’s Toulouse Space Centre (CST) to see the most recent advances in France’s space programme. Among the items on the agenda, special attention was given to disruptive technologies and development of new applications.
Eric Lorigny receives National Order of Merit, Nation salutes success of French instruments on Mars Curiosity rover
Publishing date:October 23, 2018
Publishing date:August 9, 2017
Au FIMOC, au CNES de Toulouse, on est heureux de célébrer les 5 ans de Curiosity dont la vie sur Mars devait durer à peine 2 ans !
Publishing date:October 27, 2016
On 6 August, the international Curiosity team celebrated the rover’s fourth (Earth) year on the surface of Mars. The rover hasn’t found any green men on the red planet yet, but reports have been received of ‘Martians’ in Toulouse… Meet the atypical team at FIMOC, the French Instruments Mars Operations Centre.
Publishing date:August 6, 2013
On 6 August 2012, we followed Curiosity’s Mars landing live on our website. One year on, the rover is in great shape and on course for its primary target, Mount Sharp.