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Sun, 15 Oct 2017 08:00:00 +0100
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Fri, 13 Oct 2017 13:05:00 +0100
The first Copernicus mission dedicated to monitoring our atmosphere, Sentinel-5P, has been launched from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome in northern Russia. The 820 kg satellite was carried into orbit on a Rockot launcher at 09:27 GMT (11:27 CEST) today. The first stage separated 2 min 16 sec after liftoff, followed by the fairing and second stage at 3 min 3 sec and 5 min 19 sec, respectively. The upper stage then fired twice, delivering Sentinel-5P to its final orbit 79 min after liftoff. ...
Fri, 13 Oct 2017 10:55:00 +0100
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Fri, 13 Oct 2017 00:00:00 +0100
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Thu, 12 Oct 2017 08:50:00 +0100
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Tue, 10 Oct 2017 14:00:00 +0100
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Tue, 10 Oct 2017 13:32:00 +0100
Mission controllers completed a critical final rehearsal today, confirming that everything and everyone on ground are ready to take over control of Sentinel-5P in the harsh environment of space. A 'team of teams' working at ESA's control centre in Darmstadt, Germany, today conducted a final rehearsal for this week's launch of Sentinel-5P. They were joined by engineers working at ground stations on three continents and by teams responsible for the launcher and its payload in Plesetsk, Russ...
Tue, 10 Oct 2017 13:00:00 +0100
Ushering in a new era of advanced Global Positioning System (GPS) technology, the U.S. Air Force declared the first Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT)-built GPS III satellite "Available for Launch." The Air Force's "AFL" declaration is the final acceptance of Lockheed Martin's first GPS III Space Vehicle (GPS III SV01) prior to its expected 2018 launch. GPS III SV01 will bring new capabilities to U.S. and allied military forces, and a new civil signal that will improve future connectivity worldwide ...
Mon, 9 Oct 2017 16:30:00 +0100
With four days to liftoff, the next Sentinel satellite is now on the launch pad at the Plesetsk Cosmodrome in northern Russia. The rocket will be fuelled two days before launch, set for Friday at 09:27 GMT (11:27 CEST). The Sentinel-5P satellite has been at the cosmodrome since early September going through a series of tests and being readied for the big day. After being sealed from view in the rocket fairing last week, it was rolled out to the launch pad on Saturday. "This point in any...
Mon, 9 Oct 2017 15:00:00 +0100
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Mon, 9 Oct 2017 12:03:00 +0100
The third batch of Iridium(r) NEXT satellites built by Thales Alenia Space has been successfully launched by SpaceX from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. After the perfect commissioning of the first 20 satellites launched in January and June, thirteen of which are now interconnected and operating in full compatibility with the initial Block One Constellation, with seven being maneuvered to an adjacent plane, this new milestone allows to continue the fantastic Iridium(r) NEXT adventure. ...
Thu, 5 Oct 2017 00:00:00 +0100
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Wed, 4 Oct 2017 14:30:00 +0100
As preparations for the launch of Sentinel-5P continue on track, the team at Russia's Plesetsk site has bid farewell to the satellite as it was sealed from view in the Rockot fairing. Liftoff is set for 13 October at 09:27 GMT (11:27 CEST). Since its arrival at the launch site at the beginning of September, Sentinel-5P has been through a series of stringent tests to confirm there was no damage during the flight from the UK. These tests have made sure that everything is in good working orde...
Wed, 4 Oct 2017 01:00:00 +0100
Though an emerging market, the global nanosatellite market is highly competitive, with major players competing against each other to make a mark in the global market. The companies are adopting both organic and inorganic market strategies such as business expansions, partnerships, agreements, collaborations, product launches, and acquisitions, among others, to strengthen their position in the market. The high growth of the nanosatellite market is unprecedented for the satellite industry and will...
Tue, 3 Oct 2017 17:00:00 +0100
After years of development, Lockheed Martin completed the first flight build of its new Multi-mission Modular (MM) Solar Array. This new flexible array advances Lockheed Martin's significant heritage flying flexible arrays on such programs as the International Space Station and a constellation for the U.S. Air Force. The new design is a major component of Lockheed Martin's multi-year modernization of its LM 2100 satellite bus, which is part of its newly-enhanced family of buses. The MM Array ...
Tue, 3 Oct 2017 00:00:00 +0100
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope now is planning to launch between March and June 2019 from French Guiana, following a schedule assessment of the remaining integration and test activities. Previously Webb was targeted to launch in October 2018. "The change in launch timing is not indicative of hardware or technical performance concerns," said Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator for NASA's Science Mission Directorate at Headquarters in Washington. "Rather, the integration of the various...
Mon, 2 Oct 2017 21:01:00 +0100
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Mon, 2 Oct 2017 17:00:00 +0100
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Mon, 2 Oct 2017 17:00:00 +0100
Observations made with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) and ESA's Rosetta mission, have revealed the presence of the organohalogen Freon-40 in gas around both an infant star and a comet. Organohalogens are formed by organic processes on Earth, but this is the first ever detection of them in interstellar space. This discovery suggests that organohalogens may not be as good markers of life as had been hoped, but that they may be significant components of the material from wh...
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     Date Submitted:09-04-2013
     Last Modified:26-11-2014 (12:50)
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     Current job:Software and database engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywordsjava, Astronomical Archive, Data base, postgrest, software engineer, web application
    CV

     

    Education:


    “Degree in Physics”
    University of Valencia, Spain.
    ERASMUS program in 2004-05, “University of Leeds”, Leeds (UK).


    Additional Education:

    -"Space Systems Engineering". University of Southampton.

    -"Project Management for Software Development". Learning Tree International.

    -“Software Engineering” (150 hours). Elogos. Madrid (Spain)

    -“Satellite ground segment”. EUITT. Madrid (Spain)
    -“Linux” (56 hours). IFES. Madrid

    -“Software Testing” (16 hours). Indra Sistemas. Madrid (Spain)

    -“Load Runner” (16 hours). Indra Sistemas. Madrid (Spain)

    -“BEA Weblogic Integration 8.1” (35 hours). 2F Formación. Madrid (Spain)

    -“Java y J2EE applications” (58 hours). CLE Formación, Madrid (Spain)

    -“Matlab” (30 hours). University of Valencia (Spain)

    -“Latex” (20 hours). University of Valencia (Spain)


    Technical skills:

    Java programming: more than 8 years of experience.

    JDBC and J2EE technology: 8 years of experience.

    Programming languages C++ and Fortran.

    Web Technologies: JavaScript, HTML, XML, JSP and CSS: 6 years of experience.

    Database System (PSQL and MySQL): more than 8 ears of experience.

    Operational Systems: Linux, Unix and Windows.

    Development tool Eclipse: more than 8 years of experience.

    Struts 2: 2 years of experience.

    Performance testing: Load Runner, Benchmark

    Factory and Jmeter: 1 year of experience.

    Text editor Latex: 1 year of experience.

    Sybase Power Designer: 3 years of experience.
     

    Languages:
    English: fluent (”First Certificate of English”. Cambridge University.)
    Spanish: native
    French: basic


    Work history:


    June 2007- now
         “INSA Ingeniería y servicios aeroespaciales”

    Work at Astrobiology Centre (CAB, INTA-CSIC), in the Spanish Virtual Observatory (SVO) group.
    I have developed various scientific archives, the process consists in the design of the database in PSQL or MySQL language, the population of this database and the develop of a web application system to access to this data, using J2EE technology. Also a VO standard access is developed and registered in the VO Registry.
    I am the technical manager of some important archives like "Gran Telescopio Canarias GTC Public Archive" and "Calar Alto Archive”. It consists in a large database (currently 800GB but steadily increasing) and in a web application, with connect with the database using JDBC, which give access to this data.
    In the same way I have developed other important archives like the DSS63 Antenna of NASA in Robledo de Chavela Archive (TESELA).
    I Developed a tool to access to blank region of the sky using J2EE technology, which has resulted in two papers.
    I work with the VO standards and protocols, and I have participated in international meeting and school of the Virtual Observatory group.

    April 2006- May 2007
         “INDRA Sistemas S.A.”

    I was part of a software development team. I participated in the functional test group, in the performance testing group and in the programmer group.
    In this group we made an application to control the life cycle of shipment of the Spanish postal service.


    August-September 2005
         "Institute für Physik” of the “University of Mainz” (Germany)

    I was part of a training group, where we had a first contact with the experimentation work.
    I was part of a theoretical study of particle-antiparticle symmetry. There was a lab work as well.

    Publications
    - Deep blank-field catalogue for medium- and large-sized telescopes (2012MNRAS.427..679J). Jiménez Esteban, F.M.; Cabrera Lavers, A.; Cardiel, N.; Alacid, J.M.
    - The Gran Telescopio Canarias and Calar Alto Virtual Observatory compliant archives (2012SPIE.8448E..0GS)
    - TESELA: A New Virtual Observatory Tool to Determine Blank Fields (2011MNRAS.417.3061C). Cardiel, N.; Jiménez-Desteban, F. M.; Alacid, J.M.; et Al.
    - A VO Archive for the DSS-63 Antenna at Robledo (2010hsa5.conf..464A). Alacid, J. Manuel; Ruiz, José Enrique; Gutiérrez, Raúl; et Al.
    - Participation in numerous papers with the GASPS project. 2010A&A...518L.127M, 2010A&A...518L.125T, 2010A&A...518L.124M and 2010A&A...518L.126P.
    - Participation in numerous in congress and school related to Virtual Observatory like the IVOA Interop.
    - Speech “The amateur astronomy and the Virtual Observatory”. I PRO-AM congress. Córdoba, Spain.
     


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