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The Role of France in Rosetta
The Role of France in Rosetta
The Role of France in Rosetta
The Role of France in Rosetta
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The Role of France in Rosetta

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Rosetta media briefing 10 Dec 2013 presented by Philippe Gaudon, CNES Rosetta Project Manager

Rosetta media briefing 10 Dec 2013 presented by Philippe Gaudon, CNES Rosetta Project Manager

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  • 1. SOMMAIRE THE FRENCH INVOLVEMENT IN ROSETTA 1 SCIENCE ON ORBITER SCIENCE ON LANDER CNES DELIVERIES FOR PHILAE THE SCIENCE OPERATION AND NAVIGATION CENTER ROSETTA , the French involvement ESOC 10/12/2013
  • 2. The French involvement in Rosetta Laboratories involvement in orbiter instruments : Osiris : remote sensing in visible (Narrow Array Camera) -> LAM Alice : remote sensing in UV -> LATMOS Virtis : remote sensing in IR (Virtis H) -> LESIA Miro : remote sensing in micro-waves -> LERMA Rosina : gas and ion spectrometers -> LATMOS, IRAP Cosima : mass spectrometer -> LPC2E, IAS Midas : microscope for dust grains Rpc : plasma physics (MIP) -> LPC2E Giada : dust fluxes measurement -> LATMOS Consert : 3D tomodensitometer in radio waves -> PI IPAG Rsi : radio science -> Univ. of Tahiti Philae : Surface science package 2 ROSETTA , the French involvement ESOC 10/12/2013
  • 3. The French involvement in Rosetta Laboratories involvement in Philae : Civa-P : visible panoramic imaging -> PI IAS Rolis : descent imaging -> IAS Civa-M : microscope and IR spectrometers -> PI IAS Apxs : alpha / protons / X spectrometer -> IRAP Cosac : chromatograph and mass spectrometer -> LATMOS, LISA Ptolemy : mass spectrometer for isotopic analysis -> Univ. of Besançon Romap : magnetometer and plasma sensor Sd2 : drill and distribution Sesame : acoustical, electrical sensors -> LATMOS Consert : 3D tomodensitometer in radio waves -> PI IPAG 3 ROSETTA , the French involvement ESOC 10/12/2013
  • 4. The French involvement in Rosetta CNES direct involvement in Philae : Mission analysis for descent and landing : studies for landing on an unknown body (mass, shape, rotation axis, outgassing, …) Provision of the primary and secondary batteries (and support to LCC for operations) New technologies applied to space Provision of the Lander-Orbiter telecommunication sub-system (and support to LCC for operation) Miniaturized patch antennae Philae co-mangement with DLR and ASI 4 ROSETTA , the French involvement ESOC 10/12/2013
  • 5. 2014 ET L’ATTERRISSAGE SUR LA COMETE CNES direct involvement in Philae : the SONC Science operation scheduling : a specific tool developed because of the very numerous constraints Landing site selection : illumination, slopes, accessibility maps, proposal of best site candidates for technical reasons (final decision on the landing site and trajectory by ESA), … Acquisition, processing and monitoring of HK, science, power and thermal data Distribution and display of data After landing, landing site location and attitude reconstruction, proposal of communication slots PDS ccience data archiving (for ESA Planetary Science Archive) 5 ROSETTA , the French involvement ESOC 10/12/2013
  • 6. 2014 ET L’ATTERRISSAGE SUR LA COMETE CNES direct involvement in Philae : the SONC Premises to welcome scientists : 2 operation rooms and 2 meeting rooms 25 people in operation during FSS (12 fte) 6 ROSETTA , the French involvement ESOC 10/12/2013
  • 7. 2014 ET L’ATTERRISSAGE SUR LA COMETE 7 ROSETTA , the French involvement ESOC 10/12/2013
  • 8. 2014 ET L’ATTERRISSAGE SUR LA COMETE 8 ROSETTA , the French involvement ESOC 10/12/2013
  • 9. 2014 ET L’ATTERRISSAGE SUR LA COMETE Email addresses : francis.rocard@cnes.fr philippe.gaudon@cnes.fr 9 ROSETTA , the French involvement ESOC 10/12/2013

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