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Solar Orbiter is a part of European Space Agency’s “Cosmic Vision” program Solar Orbiter will be Europe’s most advanced look at the Sun’s corona, thanks to Thales Alenia Space’s coronagraph Metis developed on behalf of Italian Space Agency (ASI) Heat Shield, designed
COSMO SkyMed Second Generation (CSG-1), ArgosNEO on board ANGELS, CHEOPS and contribution to Soyuz launcher
Our latest edition of the Thales Laser Masterclass training developped in partnership with the Polytech Paris-Sud and Paris-Sud University, has successfully been held this autumn.
In the presence of Chinese President Xi Jinping and French President Emmanuel Macron, Thales, Peking University and Ecole Polytechnique signed on Nov 6, 2019 in Beijing at the Great Hall of the People a strategic Agreement for future cooperation in Scientific Research
While ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter is sniffing the Martian atmosphere, the ExoMars 2020 Rover will analyse the deepest-ever subsurface soil samples to find any forms of life on the Red Planet.
A new phase of space exploration is leading to discoveries about our planet and about ourselves
The EDEN ISS (International Space Station) project, “Ground Demonstration of Plant Cultivation Technologies for Safe Food Production in Space”, originally scheduled to end in April 2019, has been extended.
On May 14, 2009, just ten years ago today, an Ariane 5 rocket lifted off from the Guiana Space Center in Kourou, French Guiana, with two spacecraft, Herschel and Planck.
Dependable, cost-effective and environmentally-friendly solutions for fundamental and applied research are coming from tech industry leader Thales, drawing on its world-class R&D capabilities and unique testing facilities to make scientific research possible. Read o