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121. the Ultraviolet Imager (UVI)
    the Ultraviolet Imager (UVI)
Keywords:     Published time:2019-04-02 14:55
122. the Light Ion Analyser (LIA)
    the Light Ion Analyser (LIA)
Keywords:     Published time:2019-01-16 13:20
123. the MAGnetometer (MAG)
    the MAGnetometer (MAG)
Keywords:     Published time:2019-01-16 13:20
124. European Space Agency and Chinese Academy of Sciences
    European Space Agency and Chinese Academy of Sciences
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125. Chief Scientists and Project Scientist
    SMILE EUROPEAN CO-PI : Graziella Branduardi-Raymont      Graziella BRANDUARDI-RAYMONT is professor of space astronomy of department of space & climate physics, University College London. She is now Co-PI of the ESA-CAS Joint Space Science Mission – SMILE.   She got the PhD in
Keywords:     Published time:2019-01-16 13:13
126. Contact
    If you need more information on the SMILE mission, please contact
Keywords:     Published time:2019-03-04 11:01
127. The "Perfect" Solar Storm?
Keywords:     Published time:2014-03-20 15:22
128. 【Xinhua】China's KZ-1A rocket launches two satellites
    JIUQUAN, Aug. 31 (Xinhua) -- Two satellites for technological experiments were sent into space by a Kuaizhou-1A, or KZ-1A, carrier rocket from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China on Saturday.   The rocket blasted off at 7:41 a.m. and sent the two satellites into their plann
Keywords:     Published time:2019-09-02 16:05
129. Scientists expect breakthrough findings on moon's far side
     BEIJING, Jan. 4 (Xinhua) -- China's Chang'e-4 probe has landed on the South Pole-Aitken (SPA) Basin on the far side of the moon, regarded as a virgin territory by scientists expecting important discoveries.   "The far side of the moon has very unique features, and has never been explored in
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130. Chinese scientists intend to chase solar eclipse in space
    BEIJING, Aug. 14 (Xinhua) -- Total solar eclipses formed by the moon shadowing the sun are spectacular opportunities for scientists to observe the sun's corona, but too short and rare to capture.   So Chinese scientists have put forward a novel idea to view a total solar eclipse in space by u
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