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    • 24-31 January 2016 week

      2016-02-04

      Rééchauffement climatique: «Durant le 21e siècle, on s’attend à ce que les océans montent de 30cm à 1m» (20minutes, 2016/02/04) Comment les icebergs géants pourraient aider à freiner le changement climatique (Maxisciences, 2016/01/26) En 2050, les océans compteront plus de plastique que de poisson (Le Figaro, 2016/01/25) Réchauffement climatique, un degré de plus en 20 ans (La Dépêche, 2016/01/23) Réchauffement climatique: les océans absorbent de plus en plus de chaleur (B...

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      17-23 January 2016 week

      2016-01-28

      La Méditerranée est proche du « burn-out » (Le Monde, 2016/01/19) Jason-3 reaches orbit, will monitor global sea-level rise, hurricane intensity ( NOAA, 2016/01/17) Jason-3 successfully launched (Eumetsat, 2016/01/17) Jason-3 en orbite : la saga continue (CNES, 2016/01/17) Avec le lancement du satellite Jason 3 Toulouse va surveiller le niveau des océans (La Dépêche, 2016/01/17) Sentinel-3 (ESA, 2015/01/14) Les icebergs de l'Antarctique pourraient ralentir le changement climatique &...

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      Jason-3 mission returns first data

      2016-01-22

      Jason-3 was successfully launched Sunday 17 January. All the instruments were rapidly switched on. The first real-time Jason-3 data product was generated and compared with Jason-2, less than three days after launch.

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      Jason-3 altimeter first waveforms

      2016-01-19

      The Jason-3 altimeter has provided its first waveforms and the analysis confirm the good behavior of the instrument. 

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      Jason-3 altimeter first calibrations

      2016-01-19

      The Poseidon-3 altimeter has provided its first calibrations data and everything is inline with specifications.

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      Jason-3 DORIS instrument provides real time ephemeris

      2016-01-19

      The DIODE software onboard Jason-3 DORIS instrument provides real time ephemeris since yesterday around noon. The data quality was impacted by the satellite attitude law (so-called barbecue) but since today Jason-3 is using a nominal pointing law which allows to reach good accuracy as depicted on the DIODE navigator quality index.

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      Ocean Odyssey

      2016-01-19

      "Altimetry applications in videos" produced by Cnes on the occasion of the Jason-3 launch, traces the many fields where this technique is involved and the roles of agencies.

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      Jason-3 mission successfully launched

      2016-01-18

      Jason-3 was successfully launched Sunday 17 January at 18:42 UTC from Vandenberg, California. The satellite is now under control of teams at CNES’s Toulouse Space Centre in charge of powering up the bus and payload.

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      Jason-3 DORIS instrument switched ON

      2016-01-18

      The DORIS instrument has been successfully switched ON today at 5:40 UTC. The instrument behavior is fully nominal and has started to compute the on-orbit solutions thanks to the DIODE software.

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      Jason-3 in orbit

      2016-01-17

      Flying from Vandenberg Air Force Base, the SpaceX Falcon9 rocket lifted off with the Jason-3 spacecraft at 18:42 UTC. The attempt to land the first stage on the ASDS in the Pacific Ocean was unsuccessful.  The first Jason-3 telemetry has been received and the operations are going smoothly. 

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      10 minutes to go ...

      2016-01-17

      All is going smoothly but with a deep fog.

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      Jason-3 launch : Less than 1 hour remaining

      2016-01-17

      At Space Launch Complex 4 at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket stands ready to boost the Jason-3 spacecraft into orbit. 

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      2 hours to GO : everything is nominal

      2016-01-17

      Satellite, launcher and ground segment have all a nominal behavtor toward a launch of Jasno-3 in about 2 hours from now

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      Jason-3 Launch Timeline

      2016-01-17

      About 154 seconds after the Falcon-9 rocket lifts off, the main engine will cut off. About three seconds after that, the rocket's first stage will separate. Second-stage ignition will follow in about eight seconds. Half a minute into the second-stage burn, the payload fairing, or launch vehicle nose cone, will be jettisoned -- a bit over three minutes after launch. The first cutoff of the second-stage engine will take place nine minutes after liftoff. The Jason-3 spacecraft and second stage wil...

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      Jason-3 mission on NASA Tv.

      2016-01-17

      During a Jan. 15 briefing on NASA Television, panelists gave an overview of the Jason-3 mission – scheduled to launch on Jan. 17 from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Jason-3 is the newest in a series of satellites designed to maintain long-term satellite altimetry observations of global sea surface height. During its mission -- planned to last at least three years, with a goal of five years – the satellite will monitor and precisely measure global sea surface heights, monitor the in...

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      Jason-3 on top of the SpaceX launcher.

      2016-01-17

      Falcon 9 is poised for launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base with the Jason-3 ocean altimetry satellite aboard.

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      24-31 January 2016 week

      Rééchauffement climatique: «Durant le 21e siècle, on s’attend à ce que les océans montent de 30cm à 1m» (20minutes, 2016/02/04) Comment les ...

      17-23 January 2016 week

      La Méditerranée est proche du « burn-out » (Le Monde, 2016/01/19) Jason-3 reaches orbit, will monitor global sea-level rise, hurricane intensity ( NOAA, 2016...

      Jason-3 mission returns first data

      Jason-3 was successfully launched Sunday 17 January. All the instruments were rapidly switched on. The first real-time Jason-3 data product was generated and compared wit...

      Jason-3 altimeter first waveforms

      The Jason-3 altimeter has provided its first waveforms and the analysis confirm the good behavior of the instrument. 

      Jason-3 altimeter first calibrations

      The Poseidon-3 altimeter has provided its first calibrations data and everything is inline with specifications.

      Jason-3 DORIS instrument provides real time ephemeris

      The DIODE software onboard Jason-3 DORIS instrument provides real time ephemeris since yesterday around noon. The data quality was impacted by the satellite attitude law ...

      Ocean Odyssey

      "Altimetry applications in videos" produced by Cnes on the occasion of the Jason-3 launch, traces the many fields where this technique is involved and the roles of agenci...

      Jason-3 mission successfully launched

      Jason-3 was successfully launched Sunday 17 January at 18:42 UTC from Vandenberg, California. The satellite is now under control of teams at CNES’s Toulouse Space Ce...

      Jason-3 DORIS instrument switched ON

      The DORIS instrument has been successfully switched ON today at 5:40 UTC. The instrument behavior is fully nominal and has started to compute the on-orbit solutions thank...

      Jason-3 in orbit

      Flying from Vandenberg Air Force Base, the SpaceX Falcon9 rocket lifted off with the Jason-3 spacecraft at 18:42 UTC. The attempt to land the first stage on the ASDS in t...

      10 minutes to go ...

      All is going smoothly but with a deep fog.

      Jason-3 launch : Less than 1 hour remaining

      At Space Launch Complex 4 at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket stands ready to boost the Jason-3 spacecraft into orbit. 

      2 hours to GO : everything is nominal

      Satellite, launcher and ground segment have all a nominal behavtor toward a launch of Jasno-3 in about 2 hours from now

      Jason-3 Launch Timeline

      About 154 seconds after the Falcon-9 rocket lifts off, the main engine will cut off. About three seconds after that, the rocket's first stage will separate. Second-stage ...

      Jason-3 mission on NASA Tv.

      During a Jan. 15 briefing on NASA Television, panelists gave an overview of the Jason-3 mission – scheduled to launch on Jan. 17 from Vandenberg Air Force Base in Ca...

      Jason-3 on top of the SpaceX launcher.

      Falcon 9 is poised for launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base with the Jason-3 ocean altimetry satellite aboard.

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      February 2016: Thule Doris station's rising at different velocities
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    • 16 Feb2016

      Sentinel-3A Launch

      31 Oct2016

      OSTST / IDS meetings 2016, La Rochelle, France

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