U.S. underestimates methane emissions from offshore oil industry
Associate Professor of Climate and Space Sciences Eric Kort says Gulf of Mexico emissions are twice as high as expected.
NASA’s next solar mission will use six spacecraft to make one giant telescope
CLaSP professor Justin Kasper’s work on NASA’s SunRISE is highlighted in Scientific American.
NASA announces new mission to study solar particle storms, with six small satellites the size of toaster ovens that will orbit Earth and measure radiation from the sun
CLaSP professor Justin Kasper’s work on NASA’s SunRISE is featured in Daily Mail.
For NASA’s next sun mission, 6 tiny spacecraft will work as one massive telescope
CLaSP professor Justin Kasper’s work with NASA’s SunRISE mission is detailed by Space.
New Mission From NASA Will Help Understand How the Sun’s Radiation Affects Space
CLaSP professor Justin Kasper’s work with NASA is featured in IGN.
With little ice on Superior, access to ice caves unlikely
University of Michigan Engineering study is cited in U.S. News & World Report.
How do you handle a generation’s worth of water level changes in just a few years?
CLaSP professor Richard Rood explains that climate change will cause more variance in our weather, leading to higher highs and lower lows.
The sun keeps getting stranger, dive-bombing solar probe shows
CLaSP Professor Justin Kasper says the first batch of data from Parker is exciting but there’s still plenty left unanswered.
NASA’s solar probe found things near the Sun that we can’t explain
CLaSP Professor Justin Kasper details the first findings from Parker – and some unanswered questions.
NASA’s Parker Solar Probe is unlocking the Sun’s mysteries
CLaSP Professor Justin Kasper shares his perspective on the first batch of data from Parker.