Sentinel-6 A takes its name from Michael Freilich
The satellite is renamed in honor of Michael Freilich, head of NASA’s Earth Science division from 2006 to 2019.News ObservationFebruary 24, 2020
Press Release: Readying for the UNISPACE+50...
The first High-Level Forum on ‘Space as a driver for socio-economic sustainable development’, organized by the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS) in the run-up...News ObservationNovember 22, 2016
Jason-3 in orbit: the ocean odyssey continues
Jason-3 was successfully launched Sunday 17 January from Vandenberg Air Force Base in the United States. The oceanography satellite is now under the control of CNES’s engineers in...News Observation, Sciences General public, InstitutionalJanuary 17, 2016
El Niño: satellites see red
The wild child of the Pacific is shaping up to be a monster this winter, comparable to the 1997-1998 episode and possibly even worse. The story in pictures.News Observation General public, Institutional, Specialist public, Science and technologyDecember 1, 2015
Press Release: CNES opens access to Copernicus...
With its unique fleet of six families of dedicated Sentinel satellites and payloads on Eumetsat satellites, Copernicus is set to generate a wealth of very-high-quality data with...News ObservationSeptember 11, 2015