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Mon, 21 May 2018 18:42:48 +0000
The USSOCOM can now take advantage of commercial innovations by procuring satellite connectivity as a managed service SpaceNews.com
Mon, 21 May 2018 17:08:04 +0000
Israeli fleet operator Spacecom on May 21 announced a contract worth up to $55 million for satellite capacity on its upcoming Amos-17 satellite. SpaceNews.com
Mon, 21 May 2018 12:30:45 +0000
Parsons will be pursuing more Air Force and NASA work, especially in small satellite prototyping and engineering development. SpaceNews.com
Mon, 21 May 2018 12:04:36 +0000
An Orbital ATK Antares rocket successfully launched a Cygnus cargo spacecraft to the International Space Station May 21 on a mission that may be the swan song for the company as an independent entity. SpaceNews.com
Sun, 20 May 2018 19:53:04 +0000
The utility of space sensors has been studied for decades so the Pentagon has plenty of data to draw from. SpaceNews.com
Sun, 20 May 2018 16:45:56 +0000
Striking United Launch Alliance employees will return to work after voting May 19 to accept a revised contract, ending a two-week strike. SpaceNews.com
Fri, 18 May 2018 20:18:02 +0000
As NASA formally requests proposals for studies on the commercialization of low Earth orbit, another study presented at a congressional hearing May 17 concludes commercial space stations are unlikely to be financially viable in the mid-2020s. SpaceNews.com
Fri, 18 May 2018 14:48:14 +0000
Members of a NASA safety panel said May 17 they believed that a SpaceX approach for fueling its Falcon 9 rockets known as “load-and-go” could be used for future commercial crew missions. SpaceNews.com
Fri, 18 May 2018 03:02:18 +0000
As House appropriators approved a spending bill May 17 that partially restores funding for a NASA astrophysics mission slated for cancellation, the agency’s administrator said he was “90 percent” confident that the mission will continue. SpaceNews.com
Thu, 17 May 2018 23:25:08 +0000
Planet hopes to grab market share by offering “guaranteed collection” twice a day. SpaceNews.com
Thu, 17 May 2018 22:42:51 +0000
NASA is dealing with a contamination problem with tubing in part of the core stage of the first Space Launch System vehicle, an issue that could contribute to further delays for its launch. SpaceNews.com
Thu, 17 May 2018 20:27:37 +0000
Nine satellite companies agreed May 17 to donate satellite capacity and equipment to the United Nations, seeking to coordinate their responses to natural disasters. SpaceNews.com
Thu, 17 May 2018 19:45:38 +0000
Nearly 600 members of a union that has been on strike against United Launch Alliance for almost two weeks will vote on a new contract May 19 that would end the labor dispute. SpaceNews.com
Thu, 17 May 2018 17:10:18 +0000
SpaceX and OneWeb, two companies building thousands of satellites for broadband services, both expect to connect billions of the world's least-served to the internet. The two most prominent developers of electronically steered antennas don’t share that aspiration, however. SpaceNews.com
Thu, 17 May 2018 15:43:28 +0000
The new Pentagon-based vice commander of Air Force Space Command, Lt. Gen. David “DT” Thompson, made his first public appearance May 15, 2018, at a Washington Space Business Roundtable luncheon. SpaceNews.com
Thu, 17 May 2018 09:34:13 +0000
Testimony by NASA’s Inspector General at a May 16 hearing provided new support to efforts by two senators to block plans to end funding of the International Space Station in 2025. SpaceNews.com
Wed, 16 May 2018 22:33:57 +0000
A spending bill to be marked up by the House Appropriations Committee would provide some funding for a NASA space telescope proposed for cancellation, but not necessarily enough to keep the mission on schedule. SpaceNews.com
Wed, 16 May 2018 22:13:26 +0000
A British billionaire has invested in a company operating a ground station that has aspirations to support commercial missions beyond Earth orbit. SpaceNews.com
Wed, 16 May 2018 21:52:44 +0000
Todd Harrison, CSIS senior fellow: “With hosted payloads, there are a lot of great opportunities to increase resiliency and capacity.” SpaceNews.com
Wed, 16 May 2018 18:38:50 +0000
Aireon raised $69 million from a British partner, enabling the aircraft-tracking startup to begin making hosting payments to Iridium Communications. SpaceNews.com
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    Job Description
    TitleIngénieur analyse mission et mécanique spatiale H/F
    Job code534/1696
    Job posted on20/03/2017 (modified on 09/04/2018)
    LocationToulouse
    CountryFrance
    EducationMaster
    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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    CompanyCS Systemes d'Information
    AddressZAC de la Grande Plaine
    Rue Brindejonc des Moulinais
    Toulouse
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    Web Pagehttp://www.c-s.fr


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