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Thu, 14 Dec 2017 21:42:28 +0000
Airbus has signed a contract with the European Space Agency to develop a Copernicus Data and Information Access Services, orDIAS, platform that will make data from the Earth-monitoring constellation more accessible to users from about mid-2018. SpaceNews.com
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 16:57:56 +0000
SpaceIL, the Israeli team in the Google Lunar X Prize competition, says it needs to raise $7.5 million in less than a week in order to complete its lander and retain its launch contract. SpaceNews.com
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 11:00:27 +0000
NASA’s Dawn mission to the main asteroid belt, granted a second extended mission earlier this year, will end later next year after a final set of close-up observations of the dwarf planet Ceres. SpaceNews.com
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 01:59:27 +0000
Lockheed envisions many uses for artificial intelligence in space, such as being able to quickly detect changes in satellite performance and in the environment. SpaceNews.com
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 18:53:09 +0000
The Senate Commerce Committee advanced the nomination of Barry Myers to be the next administrator of NOAA to the full Senate despite concerns by the committee’s Democrats about potential conflicts of interest. SpaceNews.com
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 10:08:47 +0000
A Japanese company planning a series of robotic missions to the moon announced Dec. 13 that it has raised more than $90 million in one of the largest Series A funding rounds for any emerging space venture. SpaceNews.com
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 08:47:31 +0000
Blue Origin said it carried out a successful test flight of a new version of its New Shepard suborbital vehicle Dec. 12. SpaceNews.com
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:06:57 +0000
Arianespace performed its eleventh and final launch of the year today, sending four Galileo European navigation satellites into medium Earth orbit. SpaceNews.com
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 20:39:55 +0000
The new decadal survey for Earth science research will likely be unveiled in early January, slightly later than previously planned. SpaceNews.com
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 20:17:22 +0000
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission on Dec. 5 okayed the first part of a satellite-servicing mission Orbital ATK’s Space Logistic subsidiary has with Intelsat, saying the servicing vehicle can execute “rendezvous, proximity operations, and docking with the Intelsat-901” satellite while in a graveyard orbit. SpaceNews.com
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 17:20:18 +0000
Tucked into the details of the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act that President Trump signed into law Dec. 12 is a long overdue recognition of the first American astronauts who were lost in service to their country while practicing for a mission. SpaceNews.com
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 11:41:15 +0000
Rocket Lab scrubbed a launch of its Electron small launch vehicle Dec. 11 after an abort just two seconds before liftoff. SpaceNews.com
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 03:55:05 +0000
President Trump’s new space policy directive calling for American astronauts to return to the moon is welcome and encouraging news. SpaceNews.com
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 03:04:42 +0000
On the eve of the first launch of a reused Dragon capsule on a Falcon 9 with a reused first stage, both NASA and SpaceX said they were comfortable with the level of risk involved with the mission. SpaceNews.com
Mon, 11 Dec 2017 22:16:34 +0000
President Donald Trump signed an order Dec. 11 formally directing NASA to send humans back to the moon, but provided no information on schedules or budgets for such an initiative. SpaceNews.com
Mon, 11 Dec 2017 11:04:22 +0000
President Donald Trump is scheduled to sign his administration’s first space policy directive in a White House ceremony Dec. 11, one that may formally direct NASA to send humans back to the moon. SpaceNews.com
Sun, 10 Dec 2017 21:03:54 +0000
China Great Wall Industry Corp. launched Algeria’s first telecommunications satellite, Alcomsat-1, aboard a Long March 3B rocket at 11:40 a.m. Eastern to geostationary transfer orbit, the Algerian press agency APS said today. SpaceNews.com
Sun, 10 Dec 2017 01:20:41 +0000
An airspace closure notice published by the Federal Aviation Administration Dec. 9 suggests Blue Origin is preparing to resume test flights of its New Shepard suborbital vehicle after a hiatus of more than a year. SpaceNews.com
Fri, 08 Dec 2017 21:23:41 +0000
More than a year after suffering significant damage in a Falcon 9 explosion, a Florida launch pad is ready to return to service, incorporating improvements that will allow a higher flight rate. SpaceNews.com
Fri, 08 Dec 2017 20:55:51 +0000
Tethers Unlimited, one of three companies NASA selected Dec. 7 to build a prototype space-based 3-D printer called FabLab has grown dramatically in recent years due to interest among government and commercial customers in this type of work. SpaceNews.com
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    Job Description
    TitleIngénieur mécanismes propulsion spatiale H/F
    Job code2017CNESDLA06
    Job posted on13/03/2017 (modified on 28/03/2017)
    LocationParis
    CountryFrance
    Job Description

    Le Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales propose aux pouvoirs publics la politique spatiale de la France et la met en œuvre dans 5 grands domaines stratégiques : Ariane, les Sciences, l'Observation, les Télécommunications et la Défense.
    Afin de rester au premier rang mondial, anticipation, vision, innovation, imagination et rapidité d'action sont nécessaires et font l'objet d'un plan prioritaire pour les années à venir, « Innovation et Inspiration ». Pour en savoir plus : www.cnes.fr.

    La Direction des Lanceurs du CNES à Paris, recrute actuellement pour son service Equipements propulsifs et Mécanismes un(e) Ingénieur des mécanismes en propulsion spatiale H/F.


    Ingénieur des mécanismes en propulsion spatiale, vous apportez l'expertise technique nécessaire aux développements et à la qualification des systèmes de lancement. Vous êtes notamment responsable des études dans le domaine des équipements et mécanismes dédiés à la propulsion (les vannes, les électrovannes, les équipements de régulation de pression et les interfaces sol/bord fluides) en exploitation sur les étages du lanceur Ariane 5 et dans le cadre du programme Ariane 6. Vous avez également en charge les travaux de préparation du futur (R&T et activités de démonstration) ainsi que la veille technologique sur les travaux menés dans vos domaines de responsabilité.


    Ingénieur spécialisé dans les mécanismes et équipements de régulation, diplômé d'une Grande Ecole, vous avez au moins 5 ans d'expérience dans l'industrie ou la recherche (aéronautique, énergétique, ou automobile, …) et une connaissance des technologies aérospatiales dans le domaine des lanceurs, des missiles, des avions civils ou militaires serait un plus.
    Vous avez acquis de solides compétences dans le domaine des vannes électriques (actionneur linéaire ou rotatif), des systèmes de régulation de pression, des systèmes de commande, des actionneurs et des systèmes d'étanchéités. Vos connaissances en mécatronique, en méthodes d'asservissement et de conception mécanique, en procédés de fabrication et en tribologie sont indispensables pour mener à bien les missions qui vous sont confiées. Des connaissances de bases en mécanique des fluides et une connaissance pratique de l'informatique scientifique notamment les outils numériques dédiés à la conception mécanique seront appréciées.
    Un Anglais courant est indispensable.
    Votre curiosité pour les domaines scientifiques et techniques, votre capacité à innover et votre envie de travailler au quotidien avec des industriels, vous permettront de réussir et d'évoluer au sein du Cnes.


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    Contact information
    CompanyCentre National d'Etudes Spatiales
    Contact nameRessources Humaines
    Address2 place Maurice Quentin
    Paris
    France
    75039
    Emailoffre18252290.4292@cnes.contactrh.com


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