• CLASP Prof. Allison Steiner carousel

    Prof. Steiner elected president of AGU Atmospheric Sciences section

    The prestigious position plays a major role in the formation of AGU science policy. Learn more »

  • CLASP Prof. Tamas Gombosi

    Prof. Tamas Gombosi to receive AGU John Adam Fleming Medal

    Prestigious honor conferred for “original research and technical leadership.” Read more »

  • CYGNSS satellite in orbit

    NASA extends CYGNSS hurricane-tracking satellite mission

    Led by CLASP Prof. Christopher Ruf, the mission is finding new uses for inland studies. Learn more »

  • U-M Winter 2021 plan

    U-M Winter Semester Plan

    More testing and remote learning options for our winter semester. Learn more »

  • Aurora Borealis from the International Space Station. Photo: NASA

    More than $5M to improve solar storm forecasts

    CLASP researchers play lead roles in national effort funded by NSF, NASA. Read more »

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