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A concept drawing of CEDA, a Rubik's cube-sized dust analyzer that LASP researchers will build to measure the transport of tiny dust particles on rocky bodies less than 5 kilometers across.

July 22, 2024

LASP team awarded NASA technology grant to develop dust analyzer

July 16, 2024

LASP Director Daniel Baker recognized with international space science award

GOES Launch

June 25, 2024

LASP team attends launch of instrument to monitor space weather

June 21, 2024

Space instruments provide early warnings for solar flares

by CU Boulder Today
The 2024 Boulder Solar Alliance cohort working on the final activity of bootcamp, in which students learned about the fundamentals of solar and space physics and programming skills. Credit: LASP

June 6, 2024

Boulder Solar Alliance REU kicks off summer 2024 program

May 31, 2024

NASA Mission Flies Over Arctic to Study Sea Ice Melt Causes


May 22, 2024

Tiny Satellites Can Provide Significant Information About Space

by EOS

May 16, 2024

LASP designated first Center of Excellence for Capacity Building in CubeSat Technologies

Tom Woods received the prestigious 2023 NASA Outstanding Public Leadership Medal. Credit: LASP

May 8, 2024

LASP’s Tom Woods awarded NASA Outstanding Public Leadership Medal

May 6, 2024

Hellish Venus may have lost its water quickly

by Science

May 2, 2024

How will solar storms affect future Mars astronauts? That’s what two NASA spacecraft are hoping to find out

by BBC Sky at Night magazine

May 1, 2024

NASA Mars Imagery Captures Auroras Covering Planet

by Newsweek