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The Christian Science Monitor spoke with Prof Liemohn for an article titled, “Pluto reconsidered: A planet? A comet? Or something else altogether?” http://www.csmonitor.com/Science/2016/0507/Pluto-reconsidered-A-planet-A-comet-Or-something-else-altogether

Pluto reconsidered: A planet? A comet? Or something else altogether?

Tamas I. Gombosi, the Konstantin Gringauz Distinguished University Professor of Space Science and the Rollin M. Gerstacker Professor of Engineering, has been elected as an external member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS). http://clasp.engin.umich.edu/articles/view/688#.VykE9aMrJZI

The U-M Board of Regents recently named him the Konstantin I. Gringauz Distinguished University Professor of Space Science! Did you ever have a class with him?

In 1966, a teenaged Marti Moon took a job as a secretary in the University of Michigan Space Physics Research Laboratory (SPRL). 50 years later, Marti continues to work for SPRL and the Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering department. http://clasp.engin.umich.edu/articles/view/687#.Vyjk-KMrJZI

In 1966, a teenaged Marti Moon took a job as a secretary in the University of Michigan Space Physics Research Laboratory (SPRL). 50 years later, Marti continues to work for SPRL and the Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering department. http://clasp.engin.umich.edu/articles/view/687#.Vyjk-KMrJZI

Ann Arbor Summer Art Fair

Attended by over visitors, ‪ Art Fairs is an annual group of four award-winning festival which takes place in Ann Arbor, ‪

Andromeda Galaxy Scanned with High-Energy X-ray Vision ☼  NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, or NuSTAR, has captured the best high-energy X-ray view yet of a portion of our nearest large, neighboring galaxy, Andromeda. The space mission has observed 40 "X-ray binaries" -- intense sources of X-rays comprised of a black hole or neutron star that feeds off a stellar companion.

NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, or NuSTAR, has captured the best high-energy X-ray view yet of a portion of our nearest large, neighboring galaxy, Andromeda. The space mission has observed 40 "X-ray binaries"—intense .

8 Real World Science Facts About Saturn's Moon Enceladus

This infographic features some of the most intriguing findings scientists have made about Saturn's moon Enceladus using data from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft at Saturn.

Congrats to the Climate & Space students who received awards at the MGU Student Research Symposium: Dogacan Su Ozturk, Mary Morris, Ryan Dewey and Jennifer Bukowski!

Congrats to the Climate & Space students who received awards at the MGU Student Research Symposium: Dogacan Su Ozturk, Mary Morris, Ryan Dewey and Jennifer Bukowski!

A new blog from Michigan Engineering follows Alum Brie Van Dam (’07) as she conducts research at the Toolik Field Station in Alaska! http://umarctic.tumblr.com/

A new blog from Michigan Engineering follows Alum Brie Van Dam (’07) as she conducts research at the Toolik Field Station in Alaska! http://umarctic.tumblr.com/

Meet Donald Winter, the former Secretary of the Navy and a Professor of Engineering Practice in Climate and Space.

Donald C. Winter was the Secretary of the Navy, sworn into office on Jan. As Secretary of the Navy, Dr. Winter led America’s Navy and Marine Co.

While many enjoy Ann Arbor bike paths in the warmer months, only a handful of people ride their bike all year long. Here in the Space Research Building, that handful includes Graduate Student Harvey Elliott, Associate Professor Mark Flanner, Undergraduate Student Allison Hogikyan, Assistant Professor Gretchen Keppel-Aleks, Engineer in Research Sallee Klein, Research Associate Professor Chip Manchester.

While many enjoy Ann Arbor bike paths in the warmer months, only a handful of people ride their bike all year long. Here in the Space Research Building, that handful includes Graduate Student Harvey Elliott, Associate Professor Mark Flanner, Undergraduate Student Allison Hogikyan, Assistant Professor Gretchen Keppel-Aleks, Engineer in Research Sallee Klein, Research Associate Professor Chip Manchester.

After visiting a broadcasting station in Chicago when he was thirteen, Alumnus Bob Breck knew he wanted to be a television meteorologist. Indeed, he grew up to be the chief meteorologist at Fox 8 News in New Orleans. http://clasp.engin.umich.edu/spotlights/spotlight

After visiting a broadcasting station in Chicago when he was thirteen, Alumnus Bob Breck knew he wanted to be a television meteorologist. Indeed, he grew up to be the chief meteorologist at Fox 8 News in New Orleans. http://clasp.engin.umich.edu/spotlights/spotlight

Prof Combi is part of the team that found water ice on Comet 67P! http://clasp.engin.umich.edu/articles/view/665#.VpkculMrJZI

Stuart Clark: Rosetta has arrived at Comet One of the most audacious space missions in decades, it is designed to reveal clues to the origins of the solar system, our home planet and life itself