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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. SMILE ESA Science Operations Centre Preliminary Design Review Completed
    On December 16, 2020, European Space Agency (ESA) completed a successful video meeting of Science Operations Centre (SOC) Preliminary Design Review (PDR) for Solar wind Magnetosphere Ionosphere Link Explorer (SMILE). Experts from SOC, spacecraft and instrument engineers, SMILE project managemen
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69. The SMILE SWT#16 and Consortium #10 Video meeting Held
    17-20 March 2020, the SMILE (Solar Wind Magnetosphere Ionosphere Link Explorer) Mission 15th Scientific Working Team and Joint Meeting was held successfully. In order to deal with the impact of the COVID-19, the conference adopted the participants in each country and region in accordance with t
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70. 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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