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Atmospheric and Space Electricity

We foster the science of the Earth’s electrically charged atmosphere and space environment within AGU, including lightning and many related phenomena. We build interdisciplinary interactions with atmospheric and space scientists and educate AGU members and the broader public. Our work attracts plasma physicists, space scientists, data scientists, astrophysicists, atmospheric scientists, and engineers. Our community builds advanced scientific instruments capable of high speed, high precision, high sensitivity measurements on the ground and in space, builds high-performance computing models to simulate our electrical environment, and employs advanced data science and machine learning to analyze and mine the vast and growing datasets we collect.

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  • Posted in: Atmospheric and Space Electricity Executive Committee

    Note the following announcements: 1. NOMINATIONS FOR AGU FELLOWS are underway and are due March 15 . To read about the Fellows process or submit a ...

  • Posted in: Atmospheric and Space Electricity Executive Committee

    Congratulations to the 2020 ASE section Outstanding Student Presentation Award (OSPA) winners: Andre Antunes De Sa (University of Colorado, Boulder): ...

  • Posted in: Atmospheric and Space Electricity Executive Committee

    The ASE section is pleased to announce a new student/early-career engagement initiative that will be led by our section secretary, Sonja Behnke. We write ...

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