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  1. Hand held optical time stamping device for video streams synchronization

    The need for a system able to precisely time stamp photometric data recorded during total solar eclipses observation campaigns stems from the French led PICARD space mission. Data from several photometers placed hundreds of kilometers apart in remote locations (South Pacific) had to be time stamped with a 1/100 second precision.
    The second space application was the time calibration of the optical instruments on-board the satellite TARANIS.
    These two applications were carried on by CNES.

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  2. Electric Field Sensor for the ExoMars mission

    Atmosphere ionization and electrification mechanisms of various sorts are known to exist in most of the planetary environments but the lower atmosphere and surface of Mars combine a number of favorable conditions for the development of intense atmospheric electric fields. This was the original goal of the Micro-ARES sensor, an element of the DREAMS (Dust Characterisation, Risk Assessment, and Environment Analyser on the Mar-tian Surface) meteorological suite, the only scientific payload that equipped the Schiaparelli module onboard the ExoMars 2016 mission.

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  3. Acoustic fatigue test booth for satellites

    Thales Alenia Space’s site in Rome got in charge of the assembly, integration and final tests of the second generation of the GlobalStar satellites. The need of an acoustic means of testing arose from very high cost and time constraints, as well as the necessity to use the test device inside the integration and test hall (cleanroom class 100 000).

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  4. Combined imaging and spectroscopy component for extreme environments

    EUCLID is an ESA astronomy and astrophysics space mission.
    The Euclid mission aims at understanding why the expansion of the Universe is accelerating and what is the nature of the source responsible for this acceleration which physicists refer to as dark energy. The EUCLID launch is planned for 2020. The satellite will be launched by a SoyuzST-2.1B rocket and then travel to the L2Sun-Earth Lagrangian point for a 6 years mission.

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  5. New generation Pulse Wave sensor for the monitoring of the cardiovascular system in a state of weightlessness

    This new generation Pulse Wave Sensor has been selected as part of the EVERYWEAR Project which aims at monitoring astronauts physiological parameters. EVERYWEAR is managed by the French Space Agency (CNES) in collaboration with the European Space Agency, the Institute for Space Medicine and Physiology (MEDES) and the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM).

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  6. Zéphir Alsace : Zeolite material capable of trapping bad odours and Volatile Organic Compounds

    Zéphir Alsace is a French company commercializing Sicade-1, a zeolite material capable of trapping bad odours and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in gazes with a high humidity content. Targeting the environment and depollution markets, Zéphir Alsace was created thanks to research carried on by CNES (French National Center for Space Studies) CNRS (French National Research Center) and UHA (University of Haute-Alsace). Zeolites were indeed used by CNES in order to depollute instruments on-board satellites, and were integrated on the Martian rover Curiosity in 2011.

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  7. XtremeCT, an imaging technology for bone architecture

    After six months in space, astronaut’s osteoporosis symptoms can be compared to those of osteoporosis in elderly women on earth. One of the aims of ESA’s Micro Gravity Application Program is therefore to improve the prevention of osteoporosis, measure bone quality and limit the risks of fracture. In the framework of this program, a high resolution 3D peripheral computed tomography (3DpQCT) was developed. It is now commercially available on the market under the name of XtremeCT, from SCANCO Medical. This device is now a reference imaging technology for bone architecture.

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  8. Mathematical model for the prediction of airborne microbial contamination in closed environments

    Airborne biocontamination, i.e. bio-aerosols, is considered to be especially important in spaceflight conditions, because microgravity makes bio-aerosol dispersion in space very different from what is known in earth conditions. Due to microgravity the relative importance of various deposition and removal mechanisms is very different in space than on earth.

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  9. VELAE : a new generation of very high temperature electrovalves

    EQUIP’AERO TECHNIQUE, a French Original Equipment Manufacturer in aeronautics has developed a new generation of very high temperature electrovalves (VELAE : Vanne ELectrique Ambiance Extrême). The aim of the VELAE project was to create the technology bricks allowing to design electrovalves capable of withstanding temperatures of 500°C that can be found in aircraft’s engine. In the second half of 2016, a demonstrator was successfully tested.

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