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Europe has a long tradition of space exploration. It ranges from the vicinity of the Earth (Smart-1 around the Moon) to the most distant landing ever performed in history (Cassini/Huygens) through the journey to a comet (Rosetta/Philae). European interplanetary missions cover the full range of applications: Sun, planets, satellites, comets, asteroids.
The objective of this seminar is to perform a state-of-the-art of on-going and future missions. To fit with a one-day seminar, a selection was done: the morning session will focus on small bodies, while the afternoon session will be dedicated to other types of missions with a final focus on return of experience of in-flight missions.
The Communities of Experts federate the different spheres of expertise used in the space field through networks. Created by CNES in 1998, there are currently 20 communities bringing together more than 3,000 experts from the academic, industrial and institutional fields.
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