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The first prototype of SpaceX’s next-generation launch system was damaged Nov. 20 during a tanking test, a setback the company claimed would not serious affect their development plans. SpaceNews.com
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Rep. Derek Kilmer said commercial geospatial data should be used to supplement imagery from classified sources. SpaceNews.com
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NASA plans to issue a call for ideas for a lunar rover that could be used by future crewed missions to the moon and, like many other elements of the Artemis program, be developed in a partnership with industry. SpaceNews.com
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As United Launch Alliance prepares for the maiden flight of its Vulcan Centaur rocket, the company no longer has a clear timeline for a major second-stage upgrade.  SpaceNews.com
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China used signals sent from NASA’s Juno probe orbiting Jupiter to test the capabilities of ground stations vital to its deep space ambitions. SpaceNews.com
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The European Space Agency is preparing to allocate a few million euros to ensure Vega doesn’t have any repeats of its July launch failure, an agency official said Nov. 20. SpaceNews.com
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While the physics associated with getting into orbit have not changed, the people, methods and ways we access and enable space have evolved. Credit the fuel of federal policy changes and innovation environments as the real force multipliers. SpaceNews.com
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SpaceX’s plan to slash the cost of space transportation is shaking up the small satellite propulsion market. SpaceNews.com
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OHB hopes to have a small launcher capable of sending 200 kilograms to low Earth orbit conduct a first flight by the end of 2021. SpaceNews.com
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    Job Description
    TitleIngénieur (e) en thermique spatiale H/F
    Job codeQKYZ209
    Job posted on08/11/2019
    LocationToulouse
    CountryFrance
    EducationMaster
    Contract typePermanent
    Start dateimmediately
    Job Description

    Votre mission au CNES :

    Au sein de la Sous-Direction Techniques Bord de la Direction des Systèmes Orbitaux, le service Thermique est un service métier composé de jeunes ingénieurs et d’experts. Il offre une grande richesse et diversité d’activités allant de la recherche amont à la participation aux phases opérationnelles des satellites. Plus en détail, le service Thermique mène des activités de spécification, conception, définition, dimensionnement, développement et validation du contrôle thermique pour des projets de systèmes orbitaux du CNES, avec des laboratoires scientifiques, des partenaires industriels ou des coopérants étrangers. Il élabore, met en place et conduit avec le monde scientifique et industriel des programmes de R&T et est reconnu pour son expertise en matériaux, thermohydraulique et cryogénie. Il possède 3 laboratoires sur lesquels ses agents peuvent s’appuyer et concrétiser leurs activités.

    Vous serez le (la) responsable de la conception et du développement du contrôle thermique d’instruments, de charges utiles ou de satellites dédiés à la Science de l’univers ou à l’Observation de la terre, en équipe intégrée avec des laboratoires ou en coopération internationale.

    Vous serez chargé (e ) de l’accompagnement de laboratoires scientifiques français qui travaillent au développement d’instruments.

    Vous serez acteur (actrice) de la Recherche et du Développement en proposant et en instruisant des actions de Recherche et Technologies dans le domaine de la thermique spatiale..

    Vous participerez aux actions proposées dans le cadre des avant-projets du CNES et des phases A industrielles et ferez partie de groupes de revue.

    Fort de votre expérience, vous serez aussi et avant tout un soutien technique pour les jeunes ingénieurs et auprès du chef de service.

     

    Profil de candidat recherché :

    Vous êtes ingénieur (e ) Grandes Écoles ou équivalent, avec une expérience confirmée en thermique spatiale sur des projets industriels ou scientifiques. Vous maîtrisez parfaitement l’anglais.

    Vous avez de bonnes capacités d’analyse et de synthèse, un sens pratique et vous êtes à l’aise lorsqu’il s’agit de travailler sur plusieurs dossiers à la fois.

    Vous aimez travailler en équipe et avez de très bonnes capacités de communication et surtout vous avez envie de transmettre votre savoir-faire et votre expérience.

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    Contact information
    CompanyCentre National d'Etudes Spatiales
    Contact nameRessources Humaines
    Address2 place Maurice Quentin
    Paris
    France
    75039
    Emailmerci de postuler en ligne
    Web Pagehttp://www.cnes.fr


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