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  • 1 CNES-ONERA: cooperation in full swing

    Building on their historic partnership in space research, CNES and ONERA, the French aeronautics, space and defence research laboratory, are joining forces to address new challenges in the field of launchers and satellites. Share
  • 2 CNES-ONERA: cooperation in full swing

    Building on their historic partnership in space research, CNES and ONERA, the French aeronautics, space and defence research laboratory, are joining forces to address new challenges in the field of launchers and satellites. Last press releases
  • 3 CNES and ONERA sign new framework agreement

    Monday 30 March, CNES President Jean Yves Le Gall and Bruno Sainjon, Chairman & CEO of ONERA, the French aeronautics, space and defence research laboratory, signed a new framework agreement at ONERA's head office in Palaiseau through which the two agencies will step up their science and technology cooperation
  • 4 Reusable launchers CNES and ONERA working together

    Scientific partners since the start of the space endeavour in France and Europe, CNES and ONERA, the French aeronautics, space and defence research laboratory, have decided to join forces to work on a reusable launcher first stage and begin looking at key technical aspects such as recovery, return and maintenance
  • 5 CNES and ONERA review cooperation

    Thursday 10 September, CNES President Jean Yves Le Gall and Bruno Sainjon, Chairman & CEO of ONERA, the French aeronautics, space and defence research laboratory, met at CNES's Head Office in Paris to review the headway the two agencies have made on scientific and technological cooperation since signing a framework agreement on 30 March
  • 6 CNES and ONERA sign new framework agreement

    Monday 30 March, CNES President Jean Yves Le Gall and Bruno Sainjon, Chairman & CEO of ONERA, the French aeronautics, space and defence research laboratory, signed a new framework agreement at ONERA's head office in Palaiseau through which the two agencies will step up their science and technology cooperation
  • 7 Photo exhibition "Mesures et démesures. Les très grandes souffleries aéronautiques de l'ONERA*" hosted by Musée des arts et métiers in Paris

    At Modane-Avrieux in Savoy, a French aeronautics and space research and technology center where ONERA's very large wind tunnels are located, aircraft manufacturers from around the world come to test the aerodynamic performance of their future aircraft. The tests performed there allow the uncertainty before the first flight to be reduced, thereby minimizing technical and industrial risks, which is a fundamental aspect for manufacturers in an increasingly competitive context
  • 8 ONERA at the Paris Air Show: Inventing together the future of aerospace

    Located in hall 2A, at location C271, closer to major French and European industrials, discover ONERA's future breakthroughs in aeronautics, space and defense. In a futuristic and welcoming environment, with the base line" Inventing together the future of aerospace", the program directors will introduce you to ONERA's universe and its many areas of expertise
  • 9 ONERA reveals its 70 years of history

    Anticipating and imagining the future needs of aeronautics, created in 1909 the top aerospace École Supérieure d' Aéronautique et de Constructions Mécaniques, which would later become Supaéro in 1930. Among others, and, graduated from it... However, due to insufficient investment in scientific and technological research, and despite significant activity, France gradually lost its supremacy in the development of aeronautics
  • 10 The events that led to its creation

    To bridge the technology gap between itself and the Allied Forces, the nation decided to rebuild French aerospace research. In 1945, the Air Ministry constituted" a Conseil Supérieur Provisoire Scientifique de l' Air "("Air Scientific Provisional Supreme Council") composed of the most prominent French scientists and aerospace technology specialists