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

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    October 13, 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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  4. CNES and NEXEYA’S ANGELS nanosatellite on course for launch next year

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    December 13, 2018

    CNES and NEXEYA, who are co-funding and developing ANGELS (Argos Neo on a Generic Economical and Light Satellite), the first series-produced French nanosatellite, have reached a new milestone with the Detailed Design Review (DDR) of the satellite and anechoic chamber testing of its engineering model. The design is now frozen and flight models of systems are in production for the start of satellite integration and testing in May 2019.

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  5. Defence Innovation Forum- CNES and NEXEYA present ANGELS, France’s first industrial nanosatellite

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    November 23, 2018

    At the first Defence Innovation Forum being held at the Cité de la Mode et du Design in Paris from 22-24 November, CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall welcomed Florence Parly, France’s Minister for the Armed Forces, on CNES’s stand in the French defence procurement agency DGA’s Innovation area, where she was given a presentation of the ANGELS programme.

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  8. CNES and Nexeya invest to develop nanosatellite industry

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    May 18, 2017

    To federate efforts and create a nanosatellite industry, CNES and Nexeya are investing and developing a demonstrator called ANGELS.

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  9. OGMS-SA

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    June 3, 2021

    From a nanosatellite demonstrator to an astrochemistry instrument

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  12. X-Cubesat and Spacecube successfully launched from the ISS

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    May 19, 2017

    The launch of both nanosatellites is a success, for research and education.

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  13. CNES ends 2019 with final flourish as ANGELS and EyeSat are sent into orbit

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    December 20, 2019

    The two satellites have departed Earth from the Guiana Space Centre atop a Soyuz launcher and are now operating over our heads. ANGELS, built by Hemeria with support from CNES, is the first French commercial nanosatellite to enter service, and EyeSat was developed through CNES’s JANUS1 student cubesat project.

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  14. Mission

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    February 16, 2021

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  15. CASAA-Sat

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    June 3, 2021

    Characterizing the South Atlantic Anomaly and its correlation with aurora

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  16. GREAT THINGS TO COME FOR CNES AFTER A SUMMER OF SUCCESS

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    August 31, 2020

    This summer has been a busy one for CNES, despite the continuing health restrictions.

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  17. Robusta-1B

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    June 3, 2021

    Measuring radiation doses on bipolar components in low Earth orbit

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  19. XCubeSat / SpaceCube

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    June 3, 2021

    Two cubesats to investigate the thermosphere with the FIPEX instrument to study atomic oxygen

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  20. EntrySat

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    June 3, 2021

    Studying atmospheric re-entry

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