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  1. L’équipe mission

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    June 7, 2011

    Elle occupe le troisième rang de la salle principale de l’ATV-CC, aux côtés du Mission Director de l’ESA. Les ingénieurs de l’équipe mission endossent la responsabilité des opérations, avec le support d’une équipe 24h/24. Qui sont-ils ? Que font-ils ?

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  2. Préparer les opérations

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    November 17, 2010

    Préparer les opérations, c'est accompagner le développement de l’expérience depuis l'étude de faisabilité jusqu’au début de sa mission en orbite.

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  3. Installation

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    September 4, 2016

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  4. Operation preparation

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    November 17, 2010

    Operation preparation involves:   Contributing to the selection and providing advice on the experiment’s feasibility. Designing and developing additional equipment, if necessary. Receiving, testing, installing and, if necessary, connecting to the control room the instruments entrusted by ESA or CNES. Drawing up in-flight and ground operating procedures corresponding to scientific protocols. Managing interfaces with operational teams preparing the missions (safety, negotiating of the necessary resources). Providing support to the training of crews at EAC (European Astronaut Centre, Cologne), in Russia and in the United States for scientific racks, instruments and experiments. Training of the CADMOS teams responsible for operations. Delivering the experiment to the agencies involved before the launch. Contributing to the collection of monitoring data (BDC, Baseline Data Collection) for astronauts, on site (Star City in Russia, Johnson Space Center, JSC, in the USA, European Astronaut Center, EAC, in Germany) and before the flight establishing benchmarks against flight tests.  

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  5. Operation monitoring

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    November 23, 2010

    Operation monitoring involves:   Receiving telemetry from the Station and scientific data in real time. Remote controlling on-board experiments. Managing the planning of experiments by contributing to briefings and debriefings. Repeating experiments on ground-models for scientific needs or to study an anomaly. Tracking the events and responding to them if necessary. CADMOS is the contact point between astronauts and scientific and technical experts, to answer their questions.   Ground-based neurosciences experiment (telemetry repetition and reception) and on board the ISS.

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  6. The various rooms

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    November 30, 2010

    In the control room, areas are dedicated to each payload and users can perform operations in real time or simulations required for international certifications

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  7. Ballonnier, un métier à part

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    August 9, 2012

    En France, le Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (C.N.E.S.) est responsable du développement et de la mise en œuvre des ballons au profit des communautés scientifiques française et internationale.

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