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41. SMILE Light Ion Analyzer Passed Interface Critical Design Review and Pre-Shipment Review
    From January to March in 2021, European Space Agency (ESA) organized two reviews about Light Ion Analyzer (LIA), Interface Critical Design Review (I-CDR) and Pre-Shipment Review (PSR), being carried out through several video meetings.After two months careful preparation, LIA team delivered the
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42. 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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43. 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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44. 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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45. 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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46. 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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47. 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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48. 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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49. 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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50. 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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