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CNESCentre National d'Etudes Spatiales (French Space Agency)
CNESComhairle Nan Eilean Siar (Gaelic; Scottish regional government council; UK)
CNESChambre Nationale des Experts Spécialisés en Objets d'Art et de Collection (French: National Chamber of Experts Specializing in Decorative Art and Collectibles)
CNESCenter for Near Eastern Studies (University of California, Los Angeles; Los Angeles, CA)
CNESCitizens' Network on Essential Services
CNESCroatian National Educational Standard (Croatia)
CNESCorus Northern Engineering Services (UK)
CNESComprehensive National Energy Strategy (US Department of Energy)
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"This contract confirms Airbus as the trusted partner for CNES and the French Authorities and reinforces our leading market position in Europe and the world."
As a premium partner of the French Pavilion, CNES will be inviting visitors to discover French space activities through films, satellite pictures and mock-ups.
As part of its agreement, CNES is relaying satellite pictures of the exhibition site in Dubai with a close-up of the French pavilion, which can be viewed at the facilities of Corfex in Paris and Expo 2020 site in Dubai.
CNES is working with its industry partners and with ISRO to devise the most appropriate technical solution," CNES added.
Last year, when we introduced gorgeous red honor cords for CNEs to wear at academic processions, they sold out quickly.
As of May 31, 2015, we have 4,887 individuals who have earned the CNE designation.
Two types of IT expertise remain critical to CNEs as they evaluate and select clinical information systems: process mapping, or discovering how the actual steps of nursing practice unfold during patient care; and workflow design, the mechanical arrangement of information, forms, and triggers to capture and document nursing practice.
The organisation where the data for this study were collected held meetings at which all CNEs could get together and participants felt these were beneficial.
On a recent patrol monitoring visit, an engineer from CNES discovered unusually high readings on the primary crusher at the site, which raised concerns.
A group within the CNES known as the Rare Aerospace Phenomena Study Department has collected more than 6,000 documents relating to strange sightings of UFOs and aliens.