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  1. French astronaut Thomas Pesquet to fly to ISS in 2016

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    15 Janvier 2014

    Geneviève Fioraso, France’s Minister for Higher Education and Research, Jean-Jacques Dordain, Director General of the European Space Agency (ESA), and CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall announced Monday 17 March that French astronaut Thomas Pesquet will make his first spaceflight in late 2016.

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  2. Columbus enters home straight before ISS

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    17 Mai 2006

    The Columbus laboratory is one of Europe’s main contributions to the International Space Station. The European module recently completed integration at EADS ST and has now been officially delivered to Esa in readiness for its delivery to Cap Canaveral.

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  3. Long-duration ISS mission under the watchful eye of CADMOS

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    22 Juin 2006

    Space Shuttle Discovery lifted off from Florida yesterday. European astronaut Thomas Reiter on board is en route to the International Space Station, where he will be spending 6 to 7 months aloft. This long-duration mission will be closely watched by the CADMOS1 centre in France, responsible for monitoring experiments on the station and communications between Reiter and teams on the ground.

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  4. Columbus soon to enter service

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    24 Octobre 2007

    6 December, the U.S. Space Shuttle Atlantis is set to lift off for the International Space Station (ISS) with a new key element of the giant orbital Meccano set: the European Columbus laboratory.

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  5. EPM on Columbus working like a charm

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    26 Février 2008

    The human physiology experiment module on the Columbus orbital laboratory was successfully activated Saturday by Léopold Eyharts. This is good news for the CADMOS facility in Toulouse, which is monitoring the module.

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