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Alouette

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Alouette It is the name of two Canadian scientific satellites built specifically to study the Ionosphere. They were launched from the United States on September 28, 1962 and November 28, 1965 respectively, within the scope of a cooperation program.

His work was continued with the launch of two satellites of the ISIS series (International Satellites for Ionospheric Studies).

Alouette is a French word, of Celtic origin, which means "swallow."


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