CNES


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CNES

Abbrev. for Centre nationale d'études spatiales. The French national space agency.
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CNES supports the government's national e-health 2020 strategy, implemented by the General Directorate of Health and the Army Health Service through its capacity for innovation, preparation of new technologies and uses space means.
Signed by Khalifa Mohammed Al Rumaithi, Chairman of the UAE Space Agency and Jean-Yves Le Gall, President of CNES, the MoU allows for extensive future cooperation activities in the field of space between the UAE and France.
By analysing the results, CNES was able to advise Shapfell's maintenance team when it should plan to replace the bearing.
Jacques Arnould, CNES project leader, told Reuters that the organization plans to put its entire collection of archives online for world viewing in early 2007.
Mr Poynter said CNES employs around 250 on Teesside.
Today, CNES is the prime mover of European space research, exploration, and commercialization initiatives.
GRENOBLE, France -- CEA-Leti said today that a prototype of the new-generation scalar magnetometer, which it designed and developed in partnership with CNES, has passed the qualification step en route to being deployed in the SWARM space mission.
CNES will project manage, detail design, procure, trial build and assemble the shielding monolith from conceptual designs provided by RAL.
Linder, Deputy Head of Quality Assurance at CNES insists upon the importance for Europe to develop HIREL (Highly Reliable) microprocessors for its own space programs.
The CNES development work will take place this year and next with the anticipated production work in 2007 and 2008.
As CNES developed, key engineers with significant achievements in this discipline were attracted to the company and this dynamic new division has crystallised around this nucleus.
Kelley stated: &uot;We are pleased to be asked to continue our relationship with Matra Marconi Space and CNES on this valuable international space program.