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Science experiments that might be mistaken for a ufo Introduction Warning, this article does contain some heavy-duty discussion of physics and astronomy. The people talking here work with cutting edge technology and their words are more difficult to understand without lots background in the sciences.
The Centre national d'études spatiales ( CNES ) ( English : National Centre for Space Studies ) is the French government space agency (administratively, a "public administration with industrial and commercial purpose"). Established under President Charles de Gaulle in 1961, its headquarters are located in central Paris and it is under the supervision of the French Ministries of Defence and Research. It operates out of the Toulouse Space Center and Guiana Space Centre , but also has payloads launched from space centres operated by other countries. CNES formerly was responsible for the training of French astronauts, but the last active CNES astronauts transferred to the European Space Agency in 2001.
Exploring & Scientific Use of Space
Translated: The group studies and information on the unidentified aerospace phenomena (via mebae) by Nov 17
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