Millersville students pictured on a pit stop near Texarkana, Texas.

Millersville students made their way to Huron, Calif., over winter break to participate in the NASA DISCOVER-AQ project, which is a large multi-institutional, multi-agency study of air and particulate transport.

The students stopped in Austin, where they met up with 22 Millersville meteorology majors and a computer science major at the 93rd Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society.

In all, 11 students supervised by Dr Richard Clark, earth sciences, will spend five weeks in the San Joaquin Valley, returning to Millersville around mid-February.

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