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Tue, 20 Mar 2018 10:53:36 +0000
Citing progress in producing plutonium-238, NASA will allow scientists proposing missions for an upcoming planetary science competition to use nuclear power sources.
Tue, 20 Mar 2018 04:30:11 +0000
Seeking to return a borrowed satellite as soon as possible, Israeli fleet operator Spacecom is very close to purchasing a new satellite dubbed Amos-8, a company official said March 14.
Mon, 19 Mar 2018 17:49:42 +0000
For the space-based infrared SBIRS satellites 5 and 6, the Air Force says the per-unit cost went down 12 percent — from $1.9 billion to $1.6 billion.
Mon, 19 Mar 2018 10:39:02 +0000
Companies that are developing small launch vehicles or who provide rideshare launch services say they expect new Chinese launch vehicles to drive down launch prices, raising concerns among some of unfair competition.
Sun, 18 Mar 2018 09:26:31 +0000
Pentagon official: “There are new threats that the industrial base needs to support. So what does this mean in terms of production capacity?”
Fri, 16 Mar 2018 20:56:55 +0000
Loral Space and Communications wants to move ahead with a “strategic transaction” involving fleet operator Telesat that may spark a legal fight with Telesat’s other major shareholder, a Canadian pension fund.
Fri, 16 Mar 2018 16:49:52 +0000
To prevent collisions in space, nations with advanced orbital monitoring abilities need to share data with each other. Russia, being skilled in space situational awareness (SSA), should be part of the global effort to protect the space environment, experts said March 15 at the Satellite 2018 conference here.
Fri, 16 Mar 2018 13:48:13 +0000
In its budget proposal for the coming year, the U.S. Air Force is trying to send the same message to foreign adversaries and critics at home: the service definitely is not underestimating threats the United States and its allies face in space.
Thu, 15 Mar 2018 23:57:04 +0000
Assistant Secretary of Defense Kenneth Rapuano: “The president is very interested in ensuring that the department is best organized and equipped to achieve our vital missions in space."
Thu, 15 Mar 2018 20:17:02 +0000
The hand-wringing continues at the Pentagon over how to respond to Chinese and Russian missile advances.
Thu, 15 Mar 2018 17:18:23 +0000
With a stopgap spending bill set to expire in just over a week, House and Senate appropriators are continuing to negotiate provisions of an omnibus bill, including funding levels for some NASA programs.
Thu, 15 Mar 2018 15:22:31 +0000
Broadband megaconstellations are expensive propositions, with SpaceX’s Starlink constellation expected to cost $10 billion or more, and OneWeb expecting to spend $3 billion. The actual cost could ultimately be higher.
Thu, 15 Mar 2018 12:52:06 +0000
The introduction of 5G services will bring users globally the ability to have true anytime, anywhere capabilities to support a myriad of user devices and applications never imagined.
Thu, 15 Mar 2018 11:17:36 +0000
The U.S. Senate confirmed Jeffrey DeWit as NASA's new chief financial officer March 14, completing an expedited process starkly different than the one for the agency's next leader.
Thu, 15 Mar 2018 03:13:13 +0000
United Launch Alliance plans to increase its activities in the commercial launch market using both the current Atlas and future Vulcan rockets, while acknowledging that the U.S. government will remain its major customer for the foreseeable future.
Thu, 15 Mar 2018 02:39:35 +0000
Satellite manufacturers say they are trying to protect their component suppliers from the drought of commercial telecom spacecraft that threatens to put such companies out of business.
Wed, 14 Mar 2018 23:34:12 +0000
House Armed Services Committee Chairman Mac Thornberry: "We will not relax our effort on space reforms. This topic is just too important.”
Wed, 14 Mar 2018 23:24:56 +0000
WASHINGTON — The Air Force on Wednesday awarded two major launch contracts to SpaceX and United Launch Alliance. Under the Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) program, SpaceX received a $290 million firm-fixed-price contract for three GPS 3 missions. ULA was awarded a $351 million firm-fixed-price deal for Air Force Space Command (AFSPC)-8 and AFSPC-12 satellites […]
Wed, 14 Mar 2018 17:32:25 +0000
Despite uncertainty about who will lead the agency after the end of April, NASA's current acting administrator says he expects little change in the agency's activities in the near future.
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    Job Description
    TitleIngénieur analyse mission et mécanique spatiale H/F
    Job code534/1602
    Job posted on20/03/2017 (modified on 08/03/2018)
    Contract typePermanent
    Start dateimmediately
    Job Description

    CS est un acteur majeur de la conception, de l'intégration et de l'exploitation de systèmes critiques.

    Au sein de la Business Unit Espace, le département FMO (Flight Mission & Operations) conçoit, développe et opère pour ses clients du secteur spatial (CNES, ESA, AIRBUS DS, TAS) de nombreux systèmes informatiques pour le segment sol de satellites scientifiques, d’observation de la Terre ou de télécommunication.

    Notre expertise en matière de segment sol se décline notamment dans les domaines de l’observation de la Terre, de la Simulation, de la mécanique spatiale, de la navigation et des centres de Contrôle.


    Dans le cadre du développement de nos activités, nous recherchons un Ingénieur analyse mission et mécanique spatiale (H/F).


    Intégré au sein d’une équipe projet sur le site CS de la Plaine (Toulouse), vous rejoindrez des équipes jeunes, dynamiques et passionnées.
    Vous aurez notamment en charge la conduite des activités suivantes :
    • Définition du maintien à poste, de la stratégie de mise à poste et de retrait de service, établissement du bilan d’ergols, étude de précision de l’orbite extrapolée, analyse d’orbites de référence,
    • Développement d’outils spécifiques : maquettage des outils opérationnels, adaptation/développement d’outils d’analyse de mission.

    L’objectif final étant la réalisation d’un système de mise et maintien à poste du satellite, les activités s’orienteront de plus en plus vers la spécification, le développement et la qualification de ce système.

    Ingénieur de formation, ou équivalent universitaire (Bac+5), avec une spécialité en mécanique spatiale, vous bénéficiez d'une expérience de minimum 4 ans en mécanique spatiale.


    Des connaissances sur les thématiques suivantes sont nécessaires :

    • Mécanique spatiale : calcul des événements orbitaux, restitution d’orbite, contrôle d’orbite,
    • Les principes de mise et maintien à postes des satellites d’un satellite d’orbite basse,
    • Filtrage numérique,
    • Calculs probabilistes et calcul de covariances,
    • Algorithmique et modélisation.

    De plus, une maitrise des techniques de base de l’ingénierie liées à l’algorithmique est demandée :
    • Codage, développement, tests,
    • Intégration, vérification, validation,

    Vous savez développer en langage JAVA et SCILAB (indispensable).

    Doté d'un bon relationnel pour travailler en équipe, vous êtes rigoureux et autonome.


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