Title: The Cluster Lensing and Supernova Survey with Hubble

Abstract: The Cluster Lensing And Supernova survey with Hubble (CLASH) combines the gravitational lensing power of 25 massive clusters with the panchromatic imaging power of HST. It's four primary scientific objectives are 1) map, with unprecedented accuracy, the distribution of dark matter in galaxy clusters and place constraints on the nature of the dark matter, 2) detect Type Ia supernovae out to redshift z ~ 2, allowing us to test the constancy of dark energy's repulsive force over time and look for any evolutionary effects in the supernovae themselves, 3) detect and characterize some of the most distant galaxies yet discovered at z > 7 (when the Universe was younger than 800 million years old, and 4) study the internal structure and evolution of the galaxies in and behind these clusters. The survey was completed this past July after 3 years and 525 orbits of time. I will present the major highlights from this rich publicly available dataset.