CSU In The News Archive

Satellite, sailors spot bright ocean

Outlet: Science

July 15, 2022

Science: “It gives the impression of sailing through snow,” they recorded in the ship’s log. The sailors also took video and cellphone photos, as Steven Miller, a remote sensing expert at Colorado State University, reports this week in the Proceedings of the …

Robots Aren’t Done Reshaping Warehouses

Outlet: New York Times

July 15, 2022

New York Times: “Netflix is the only company that could figure out streaming video, and then suddenly it wasn’t,” said Zac Stewart Rogers, a Colorado State University professor focused on logistics and warehousing who sees an emerging middle class of …

Mysterious Milky Seas Are Visible From Space

Outlet: Forbes

July 15, 2022

Forbes: This seemingly simple question has been the foundation of the professional life of Steven Miller, a professor of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University and director of the Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA), an agency that partners with the National Oceanic …

‘Milky Sea’ Phenomenon Captured in Photo for First Time

Outlet: Newsweek

July 15, 2022

Newsweek: “I’d say there’s only a handful of people currently alive who have seen one. They’re just not very common—maybe up to one or two per year globally—and they’re not typically close to shore, so you have to be in …