NASA has selected the final investigations for its flagship mission, the Geospace Dynamics Constellation, which include NEMISIS to be led by Prof. Mark Moldwin.
NEMISIS Investigation Selected for NASA Geospace Dynamics Constellation Mission
Space Physics Q&A: An Interview with Senior Engineer in Research Samantha Vaughn
Samantha Vaughn works as Senior Engineer in Research at the Space Physics Research Laboratory (SPRL) and XTRM Labs. In this Q&A, she shares some of her technical work at SPRL.
Kasper Named American Physical Society Fellow
Professor Justin C. Kasper, Ph.D., has been named a 2022 Fellow of the American Physical Society.
Space Physics Q&A: An Interview with Chief Mechanical Engineer Jon Van Noord
Dr. Jon Van Noord works as Chief Mechanical Engineer in Research at the Space Physics Research Laboratory and XTRM Labs. In this Q&A, he shares some of his notable work at SPRL.
Teaching a Course on Human Spaceflight, Matula Brings Career Experience to CLASP Students
From algae to astronauts, Matula’s NASA experience and research helps build the space curriculum at U-M Climate and Space.
Dr. Pulkkinen Named to George R. Carignan Collegiate Professorship
Dr. Tuija I. Pulkkinen has been named the George R. Carignan Collegiate Professor of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering.
Studying Earth’s Defenses against Solar Storms
Researchers at U-M Climate & Space will play a central role in NASA’s Geospace Dynamics Constellation mission—a first-of-its-kind look at a protective outer layer of Earth’s atmosphere and how it interacts with solar wind.
Associate Professor Zou Serves on Space Weather Roundtable
To advance our scientific understanding of space weather phenomena, Associate Professor Shasha Zou, Ph.D., has been named to the Space Weather Roundtable at the National Academies.
Solar Farming Research Proposal Earns Student a NASA Fellowship
Chongxing Fan has been selected for the competitive Future Investigators in NASA Earth and Space Science and Technology fellowship.
Kasper Accepts the Copernicus Medal in Vienna
After a delay due to the global pandemic, the Copernicus Medal was presented to Professor Justin Kasper during the 2022 EGU General Assembly.
MAVEN: U-M Alumna Leads Extended Planetary Science Mission for NASA
NASA has extended the MAVEN (Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution) mission, with U-M Climate and Space Alumna Dr. Shannon Curry taking the lead.
From Earth to Mars: Students Present Climate and Space Research at MGU
Convening on campus for the first time in two years, the Michigan Geophysical Union Symposium brought student researchers together to share their work.