CNES


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AcronymDefinition
CNESCentre National d'Etudes Spatiales (French Space Agency)
CNESComhairle Nan Eilean Siar (Gaelic; Scottish regional government council; UK)
CNESCenter for Near Eastern Studies (University of California, Los Angeles; Los Angeles, CA)
CNESCitizens' Network on Essential Services
CNESCorus Northern Engineering Services (UK)
CNESComprehensive National Energy Strategy (US Department of Energy)
CNESCroatian National Educational Standard (Croatia)
CNESChambre Nationale des Experts Spécialisés en Objets d'Art et de Collection (French: National Chamber of Experts Specializing in Decorative Art and Collectibles)
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In addition, AMCHA noted the total number of public events sponsored by CNES that pertained to all countries of the Middle East.
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.
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.
CNES will project manage, detail design, procure, trial build and assemble the shielding monolith from conceptual designs provided by RAL.
The participation and support of CNES has been instrumental in the rapid growth of the International Space Symposium as a premier international industry event, which in 2001 has already attracted participants from more than 40 nations.
In a little over four years since its formation, CNES has taken some huge strides to make itself known among external companies.
The SPOT (Satellite Pour l'Observation de la Terre) Earth observation satellite system was designed by CNES, in cooperation with Belgium and Sweden, to provide geographic information about regions of interest anywhere on earth.
Implementation of altimetry CNES tasks involving the command / control instruments altimeters and DORIS, management of instrumental calibrations, and treatment of geophysical data,
CNES (CNES) has set up a contract since 01/01/2008 application maintenance (TMA) in the field of non-spatial computer applications (CGINS - Area 2).
Robert Spigno, chief executive of CNES, was optimistic regarding the proposed relationship.
The Myriade, developed by CNES since 1999 in partnership with contractors Astrium Satellites and Thales Alenia Space SAS France, led to the emergence of a niche microsatellite (120-150 kg class) and performance competitive cost.