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62. 【gbtimes】China outlines its long-term vision for space science
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63. SMILE Mission Video
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64. SMILE Mission Video (Chinese Version)
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65. Overview
    The SMILE Science Study Team (SST) has been meeting every few months since the mission was chosen for the initial study phase, normally at ESA ESTEC with teleconference participation from China. The SST is made up of the mission and payload PIs and Co-Is, and the ESA's Study Scientist; the part
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66. Publications
    2019:   PENG Song-wu,WEI Fei,GUO Yi-hong,et al. Influence of Micro-channel Ratio of Length to Width and Radius of Curvature on Imaging of Lobster-eye Optical System [J]. Acta Photonica Sinica, 2019,48(2):0211001,DOI:10.3788/gzxb20194802.0211001   2018:   [1] WANG Chi, BRANDUARDI-RAYMOND G
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67. Overview
    The Solar wind Magnetosphere Ionosphere Link Explorer (SMILE) is a Chinese Academy of Science (CAS) and European Space Agency (ESA) collaborative science mission designed to study the interaction between the solar wind and Earth's magnetosphere, and the geospace dynamics that result, comprising
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68. NSSC and ESA held a Remote Meeting
    On May 12, the National Space Science Center(NSSC) of Chinese Academy of Sciences held a remote video conference with the European Space Agency (ESA). Both sides gave brief updates of status and progress of the ongoing mission. Director General of NSSC, Academician WANG Chi congratulated ESA on
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69. SMILE ESA-CAS Joint Mission Preliminary Design Review (M-PDR) Passed
    14-17 January 2020, the SMILE (Solar Wind Magnetosphere Ionosphere Link Explorer) Mission ESA-CAS Joint Mission Preliminary Design Review (M-PDR) Meeting was held at the European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC) in Netherlands.      The Chairman of the Review Committee are Wang
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70. SMILE Satellite System PDR Review Meeting Held in Beijing
    On 14th Oct 2019, the National Space Science Center (NSSC),Chinese Academy of Sciences, organized the SMILE satellite system Preliminary Design Review (PDR) meeting in Beijing. Head of Bureau of Major R&D Programs, CAS, Chief Scientist, Chief Engineer and Representatives from Satellite System,
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71. SMILE Ground Support System Preliminary Design Review Successfully Completed
    On August 20, 2019, The Solar wind Magnetosphere Ionosphere Link Explorer (SMILE) Ground Support System (GSS) team completed a successful Preliminary Design Review (PDR) meeting in Beijing. Experts from project management, Satellite System, Chinese Control Center (CCC) system, Science Applicat
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72. SMILE Co-Engineer Meeting held in ESTEC and IAMC
    After SMILE mission adoption by ESA in the beginning of March, 2019, Airbus in Madrid was selected as Payload Module (PLM) contractor. In order to consolidate the Interface Requirement Document (IRD) and the Interface Control Document (ICD) between each system. PLM – Payloads co - engineer mee
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73. SMILE 13th Science Study Team and Consortium meeting successfully held in Xi’an China
    From May 12 to 15, 2019, the 13th Science Study Team (SST) and joint meeting of the Solar Wind Magnetosphere Ionosphere Link Explorer (SMILE) were held in Xi'an, China. The meeting was jointly convened by Chinese Chief Scientist Chi Wang, European Chief Scientist Graziella Branduardi-Raymont of
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74. SMILE Study Team visited Xian Satellite Control Center
    SMILE (Solar wind Magnetosphere Ionosphere Link Explorer) is a joint space scientific mission between ESA and CAS. Telemetry &Telecommand of SMILE will be mainly charged by Chinese Control Center system and will be supported by ESA ground stations.   In order to further implement the mission,
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75. The China-ESA Joint Mission SMILE Adopted for Implementation by ESA
    In late March 2019, the Solar wind Magnetosphere Ionosphere Link Explorer, or SMILE, a China-ESA joint mission, was adopted for implementation by the European Space Agency (ESA). The adoption, as a milestone event, signifies the kick-off of the engineering phase of the joint scientific mission,
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76. SMILE SST 13 and Consortium Meeting Announcement
    The SMILE SST 13 and consortium meetings will be held in XI’an city during 13-15th May, 2019.   We recommend you to live in Vienna International Hotel (Xi'an Big Goose Pagoda) (Address: No.609 Xiying Road, Yanta District, Xi'an, 710054) and SMILE SST meeting venue will be the Beethoven Hall
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77. The 8th SMILE Mission Science Study Team and Consortium Meeting Held at ESTEC
    The 8th consortium Meeting for SMILE Mission Science Study Team is successfully held at ESTEC in Feb13-16, 2017. More than 50 experts and engineers attended the meeting. They are from UCL-MSSL (UK), Leicester Univercity (UK), University of Calgary (Canada), University of Liege (Belgium), Univer
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78. SMILE Executive and Technical Meeting held in Beijing
    On Jan. 18-20, 2016, SMILE (Solar wind Magnetosphere Ionosphere Link Explorer) Executive and Technical Meeting was held in National Space Science Center (NSSC), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), Beijing. 7 in total of ESA (European Space Agency) delegation attended the meeting.   Ji WU, Dire
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79. ESA and NSSC Announced a Joint Call for A Space Science Mission
    On January 19, 2015, the European Space Agency (ESA)’s Directorate of Science and Robotic Exploration and the National Space Science Center (NSSC) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), have announced a joint call for a scientific space mission. The joint announcement solicits proposals
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80. Scientific objectives with SMILE
    The key scientific goals of SMILE mission are to investigate the dynamic response of the Earth's magnetosphere to the solar wind impact via simultaneous in situ solar wind/magnetosheath plasma and magnetic field measurements, X-Ray images of the magnetosheath and magnetic cusps, and UV images o
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81. The SMILE Payload
 The SMILE mission carries a suite of state-of-the-art scientific instruments enabling novel investigati...
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82. The 8th SMILE Mission Science Study Team and Consortium Meeting Held at ESTEC
 The 8th SMILE Mission Science Study Team and Consortium Meeting Held at ESTEC
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83. the Soft X-ray Imager (SXI)
 the Soft X-ray Imager(SXI)
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84. SMILE Satellite Payloads
 SMILE Satellite Payloads
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85. the Ultraviolet Imager (UVI)
 the Ultraviolet Imager (UVI)
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86. the Light Ion Analyser (LIA)
 the Light Ion Analyser (LIA)
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87. the MAGnetometer (MAG)
 the MAGnetometer (MAG)
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88. European Space Agency and Chinese Academy of Sciences
 European Space Agency and Chinese Academy of Sciences
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89. Chief Scientists and Project Scientist
 SMILE EUROPEAN CO-PI : Graziella Branduardi-Raymont Graziella BRANDUARDI-RAYMONT is professor of space ...
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90. Contact
 If you need more information on the SMILE mission, please contact
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