This is a static copy of data that is exported from IATE on an occasional basis. It should not be assumed that information provided about an entry here will always correspond to the current version of the entry in IATE. That current version can be checked by clicking on the link on the upper right hand side of each entry. More information »

1 result

  1. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS|defence · SCIENCE|natural and applied sciences
    Helios Reference Faomhadh an téarma seo mar chuid de Thionscadal Lex
    Definition hochauflösendes militärisches Weltraumbeobachtungssystem Reference " [Stand: 25.3.2013]Council-DE"
    Comment umfasst zwei Programmphasen, Helios I (mit den Satelliten Helios IA und Helios IB) und Helios II (mit den Satelliten Helios IIA und Helios IIB), das Programm wird von Frankreich in Zusammenarbeit mit mehreren EU-Ländern durchgeführt (Helios I: FR, ES, IT, Helios II: FR, BE, ES, IT, GR)
    Helios | Helios IIA | Helios 2A | Helios IIB | Helios 2B
    Definition a French space-based military surveillance system, run by the CNES, which allows France the independent ability to conduct surveillance wherever it likes, without running the risk of violating nations’ airspace, and to support targeting, guidance, mission planning and battle damage assessment. A number of other EU Member States partly finance and/or use data from the system. Reference "Based on Council-FR and CNES website: [25.10.2011]"
    Comment "military reconnaissance satellites ""Helios 2A"" and ""Helios 2B"" launched (see Bradford Engineering B.V. website, section on military missions, ) [25.10.2011]"
    Definition Système français d'observation spatiale militaire qui permet d’observer en toute indépendance et en tout lieu, sans risquer de violer l’espace aérien des pays observés, ainsi que d'assurer le ciblage, le guidage, la préparation de missions et la vérification des dommages de combat. Plusieurs pays de l'UE y participent. Reference "D'après: site du Centre national d’études spatiales (CNES), [8.9.2011]"
    Comment développement d'un satellite d'observation militaire