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Fri, 24 May 2019 21:46:28 +0000
An ability to get on contract quickly and a price far lower that other companies were key factors in NASA’s decision to award a contract to Maxar Technologies for the first element of the lunar Gateway, the Power and Propulsion Element (PPE).
Fri, 24 May 2019 20:28:47 +0000
The filings show SpaceX sold all but $18.8 million of the shares available between the two rounds. The company raised $1.022 billion in total.
Fri, 24 May 2019 15:23:28 +0000
Boeing has completed ground testing of the thrusters for its CST-100 Starliner commercial crew vehicle, nearly a year after a setback in earlier testing of those thrusters.
Fri, 24 May 2019 15:04:26 +0000
Fifty-eight years ago, almost to the day, President Kennedy declared what was, at the time, a bold national goal: To send a man to the moon within a decade, and “return him safely to Earth.” The greatest challenge of Apollo was not the former, but the latter.
Fri, 24 May 2019 12:46:52 +0000
In the days since the May 3 release of the Air Force’s formal call for proposals for the National Security Space Launch Phase 2 Launch Service Procurement, new squabbles have arisen as bidders scrutinize the final solicitation for anything that might tilt the competition in a rival’s favor.
Fri, 24 May 2019 11:22:58 +0000
A former space industry executive who joined NASA to guide its revamped lunar exploration strategy has left the agency after just a month and a half.
Fri, 24 May 2019 03:49:33 +0000
The rocket took off from Cape Canaveral, Florida at 10:30 p.m. Eastern, and deployed the satellites into a low Earth orbit a little over an hour later.
Thu, 23 May 2019 23:01:45 +0000
The SASC bill makes the commander of Air Force Space Command also the commander of the U.S. Space Force for the first year.
Thu, 23 May 2019 22:38:44 +0000
As is often the case with procurement reforms Congress imposes on DoD, the devil is in the implementation. And lawmakers now worry that DoD may be overusing Section 804 in programs where skipping tests and reviews could be problematic.
Thu, 23 May 2019 22:38:05 +0000
Is it time for the Navy to turn over the Mobile User Objective System to the Air Force? The House Appropriations Committee is calling on the leaders of the services to consider such a move.
Thu, 23 May 2019 22:23:07 +0000
Ground stations in Ohio and Oregon mark the first two of a planned 12 stations spread out globally to enable communication with satellites, allowing operators to downlink data such as imagery and weather. The stations also enable operators to control their satellites.
Thu, 23 May 2019 18:47:56 +0000
NASA has selected Maxar Technologies to develop the first element of its lunar Gateway, the Power and Propulsion Element, for launch in late 2022.
Thu, 23 May 2019 12:39:30 +0000
A Long March 4C rocket carrying the Yaogan-33 reconnaissance satellite failed following its May 23 liftoff, Chinese state-run media confirmed.
Thu, 23 May 2019 12:13:45 +0000
The NewSpace sector is expected to grow from a $350 billion global industry in 2018 to a trillion dollar one by 2040, according to a Morgan Stanley report. Given these forecasts it is not clear how the market will expand, will there be more mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings, initial coin offerings or just companies remaining private?
Thu, 23 May 2019 05:54:43 +0000
NOAA’s Satellite and Information Service is requesting nearly $17.3 million in 2020 funding for a series of initiatives to explore the potential contributions of new data partnerships, small satellites and advanced technologies.
Wed, 22 May 2019 22:43:02 +0000
Olis Robotics is working to demonstrate the application of its autonomy software for NASA, the Air Force and others space customers to support internal and external space servicing, assembly, manufacturing and operational concepts,” said Blaine Levedahl, Olis Robotics’ U.S. government programs director.
Wed, 22 May 2019 22:03:03 +0000
Blue Origin, Northrop Grumman and United Launch Alliance have filed 'motions to intervene' in the lawsuit filed by SpaceX against the U.S. government
Wed, 22 May 2019 21:40:16 +0000
With congressional funding and industry support, nuclear thermal propulsion technology is making progress for potential use on future NASA deep space missions, although how it fits into the agency’s exploration architectures remains uncertain.
Wed, 22 May 2019 21:04:29 +0000
Hawkeye 360, a company flying a constellation of small satellites to map radio frequency signals, announced a partnership May 22 with Windward, a company focused on maritime risks, to offer customers insights on the maritime environment.
Wed, 22 May 2019 20:30:41 +0000
Although NASA’s Mars Laser Communications Demonstration never flew, the project proceeded far enough to establish a price for terminals to relay data for the Mars Telecommunications Orbiter: $90 million.
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    Job Description
    TitleIngénieur en propulsion électrique (H/F)
    Job codeDOEV480
    Job posted on13/05/2019
    Contract typePermanent
    Start dateimmediately
    Job Description

    Votre mission au CNES :

    Le poste demande principalement d’animer la recherche fondamentale en propulsion électrique via les laboratoires et appliquée via les industriels. Les activités dont vous serez chargé comportent des activités de R&T variées avec des laboratoires CNRS ou ONERA, de grands groupes industriels, PME et start-ups ainsi que le suivi de thèses et post-doc. Les thèmes porteurs concernent les moteurs en eux-mêmes (double-étage, dual-firing, électrospray, ergols alternatifs, etc.) ainsi que les moyens sol (diagnostics, représentativité bord/sol, etc.).

    Votre activité consistera en outre à harmoniser - dans la mesure du possible - ces actions de R&T avec les besoins des industriels et des start-ups et leurs recherches propres, ainsi qu’avec les activités que ces entités réalisent avec un support européen (Esa ou programme H2020). Une roadmap inscrit l’ensemble de ces actions dans une logique moyen-terme. Néanmoins, vous pouvez proposer de nouveaux axes de recherche.

    En outre, un de vos axes de travail sur le long-terme sera d’impulser une réflexion sur le thème de la standardisation des techniques d’essai au niveau européen, en collaboration avec nos partenaires (laboratoires, industriels et Esa). 

    Vous aurez en tant que de besoin un rôle de conseil technique auprès de l’industrie. Vous participez aux phases d’avant-projet CNES concernant la propulsion électrique (phases 0 et A).


    Profil de candidat recherché :

    Vous êtes titulaire a minima d’un grade de master (diplôme d’ingénieur grande école ou master universitaire) et avez des connaissances en propulsion électrique (moteur et/ou système propulsif) et idéalement en physique des plasmas avec éventuellement une première expérience (de l’ordre de 2 ans) dans le domaine spatial sur des projets industriels ou scientifiques. Vous êtes éventuellement docteur. Vous maîtrisez parfaitement l’anglais.

    Vous avez le sens de l’organisation et de bonnes capacités d’analyse et de synthèse, êtes à l’aise lorsqu’il s’agit de travailler sur plusieurs sujets à la fois. Vous êtes en outre rigoureux, pragmatique et créatif. Enfin, vous aimez travailler en équipe et avez de très bonnes capacités de communication.

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    Contact nameRessources Humaines
    Address2 place Maurice Quentin
    Emailmerci de postuler en ligne
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