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Retour sur notre première Yuri’s Night / Back to our first Yuri’s Night

SpaceUp France a organisé, le 12 avril dernier, avec Génération Airbus, la première Yuri’s Night à Toulouse en hommage à Yuri Gagarine, le premier homme dans l’espace, le 12 avril 1961. Cet événement festif a eu lieu en centre-ville, le Connexion Live ayant mis gracieusement sa salle à disposition. Grâce […]


We have the support from… CNES

The Centre National d’Études Spatiales (CNES) is the french space agency, and they’re doing us the great honor supporting our event! Indeed, CNES is a pivotal player in Europe’s space programme, and a major source of initiatives and proposals that aim to maintain France and Europe’s competitive edge. The agency’s […]


Third but not least – Another VIP: Jean-Jacques Dordain

Jean-Jacques DORDAIN was director of the European Space Agency from 2003 to August 2015, when he was succeeded by Jan Wörner. He graduated from the French École Centrale de Paris and started his career as scientist at ONERA, the French aerospace lab. He worked first in the field of propulsion […]


SpaceUp Toulouse VIP: Philippe Gaudon (CNES France)

Philippe Gaudon received a PhD in planetology at the Toulouse Science University in 1988 and subcontracted afterwards for CNES, the French space agency, before joining the CNES in 1991 on a remote sensing satellite project. Philippe has been working on the French contribution for Rosetta since 2001, and has been Rosetta’s […]


Introducing our sponsor… CNES

The Centre National d’Études Spatiales (CNES) is the french space agency, and they’re doing us the great honor of hosting especially for us tonight a kick-off event on Ariane 6, the future european launcher! Indeed, CNES is a pivotal player in Europe’s space programme, and a major source of initiatives and proposals […]


Astronaut Jean-François Clervoy at SpaceUp Paris!

We very happy to announce today that Jean-François Clervoy, one of our french astronauts, will join us at SpaceUp Paris on May 25th, 2013! Jean-François flew in space 3 times, twice aboard space shuttle Atlantis (STS-66, STS-84), and once with Discovery, on the famous STS-103 mission which managed to repair […]