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CNES Directors Give Approval to Trishna, Space Inspire Programs

PARIS LES HALLES, France (CNES PR) — On Thursday, 12 March, CNES’s Board of Directors convened for its 362nd session at the agency’s Head Office in Paris Les Halles, giving the go-ahead to engage France in the development of the French-Indian Trishna programme and to pursue activities for the new Space Inspire series of flexible satellites, as well as development of equipment for the spacecraft bus and shared payload.

Trishna is a mission to deliver thermal-infrared imagery of Earth’s surface at high spatial and temporal resolution. Its observations will help to gain fresh insights into the water cycle and improve management of the planet’s water resources, at a time when the local impacts of climate change are being felt increasingly around the globe.

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  • March 22, 2020
GLXP News: Omega Envoy Adds Two New Sponsors


ESI PR — Omega Envoy, a non-profit research laboratory that is competing in the Google Lunar X PRIZE (GLXP), is proud to announce sponsorships by National Instruments and Solar Made.

National Instruments will provide Omega Envoy with data-acquisition technology that will be used to monitor the Florida-based team’s lander and rover.

Solar Made has provided Omega Envoy with solar cells that will go onto the Florida-based team’s lander and rover. In short, Solar Made is ensuring that Omega Envoy will have all the power it needs for the mission. Earthrise Space Inc. (Omega Envoy’s parent organization) will space qualify some of these systems and test them at the Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station (FMARS) located in Devon Island in Canada.


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  • June 27, 2011