Center for

Geospace Storms

Transforming the Understanding and Predictability of Space Weather

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Apr 17

Space Weather Coffee Talk

CGS hosted a series of informal virtual coffee-time conversations for undergraduate students where they heard about careers in space science and engineering, and learned about space weather and why we need to protect our technosphere from its hazardous effects


Jan 06

CGS Education & Outreach webpage now available

A collection of education and outreach activities as well as useful links for students interested in space physics and space weather.


Dec 10

Space PLAsmas Simulation Hub (SPLASH) website is now open

CGS scientists worked together with the Van Allen Probes Project Science team on an interactive web interface for visualization of our geospace simulations.

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One of the critical grand challenges of Solar and Space Physics today is understanding and predicting stormtime geospace spanning altitudes from a few tens to millions of kilometers.

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