The 94th issue of https://fscience-old.originis.fr/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/GLOC_Oslo_Norway_S2_27juillet2022_web-2-1.jpgMAG is dedicated to the French-American spatial cooperation.
Editorial of Marie-Claude Salomé, https://fscience-old.originis.fr/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/GLOC_Oslo_Norway_S2_27juillet2022_web-2-1.jpg Director of Communications :
With the Comprehensive Dialogue on Space, a new chapter in the story of French-U.S. cooperation in space is today playing out before our eyes. This dialogue between our two nations is of course not new; in fact, it began 60 years ago. It has since been crowned by many achievements together of which we can be proud, such as robotic exploration with marvels of technology like Curiosity and Perseverance, Thomas Pesquet’s flight as the first European astronaut aboard SpaceX’s Crew Dragon or the study of climate change from space thanks to altimetry satellites like TOPEX/
Poseidon and the Jason series, whose mantle will soon be taken over by their successor SWOT. It’s often said that if you want to go fast, go alone; but if you want to go far, go together. This proverb applies to space more than anywhere else, especially within a fast-moving ecosystem opening up to new players on either side of the Atlantic, driven by both social and defence considerations. In this changing world, cooperation between our two nations remains a strong pillar on which to build the future. I hope you enjoy reading https://fscience-old.originis.fr/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/GLOC_Oslo_Norway_S2_27juillet2022_web-2-1.jpgMAG.
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