The Atmosphere-Space Interactions Monitor is a climate observatory for the International Space Station - ISS. It is developed by the ASIM consortium for ESA. The ASIM consortium is formed by Terma A/S, Danish Technical University, University of Bergen, University of Valencia, Polish Academy of Science Space Resarch Center, and OHB CGS. The Danish Technical University is leading the scientific advisory board to ESA and Terma A/S is the prime contractor under ESA for the payload development. Development started in 2010 and current launch is planned for 2017 with Falcon-9/Dragon by SpaceX. The budget of ASIM is 35-40 MEUR.