Take a look back at pre-launch and launch coverage activities.
It’s hard to believe that, in this day and age, we don’t have a way to measure sea-level air pressure during hurricanes. NASA researchers, however, ...› Read More
When NASA scientists visited New Orleans to set up the A-Train Symposium, employees at the hotel hosting the event asked them to reach out to local students.
Scientists will spend the next three years trying to understand the climate impacts of about 770 million tons of dust carried into the atmosphere every year from the Sahara Desert.
Twenty three New Orleans middle school teachers got the opportunity this week to strengthen their math and science teaching skills at a NASA-sponsored education workshop.
02.07.08 - On a Sunday morning in early February 2008, a laser pulse beamed down from 700 kilometers above Ivory Coast and took a 100-meter-wide picture of the atmosphere. It was CALIPSO's one-billionth measurement.
12.08.06 - The CALIPSO team is pleased to announce an initial release of mission data products.
07.24.06 - The CALIPSO spacecraft collected its first data recently, a major milestone for one of NASA's newest satellite missions.