European Week of Astronomy and Space Science - EWASS 2013
8 - 13 July 2013, Logomo Centre, Turku, Finland
Special Session Sp11 (Friday, July 12, 2013)
Rocks in our Solar System - bridging the gap between meteor, meteorite and asteroid studies
The session will bring together scientists working on all aspects of Solar System rocky material properties. The topic includes laboratory analysis of meteorites and cosmic dust as well as observations and modeling of both meteoroids and asteroids. The contributions bridging the gap between properties of meteors, meteorites and asteroids are highly welcome.
The session will also focus on recent Chelyabinsk fireball / meteorite fall event in order to put together knowledge acquired from studies of fireball trajectory, orbital analysis, and recovered meteorites.
Abstract submission, registration, and conference programme is available on EWASS 2013 main page.
Session program, Friday, July 12, 2013, 11:45-16:00
Session 1 (11:45-13:15):
11:45-12:00 Vinnikov, Vladimir: Statistical Study of Fragments Distribution for Košice Meteorite
12:00-12:15 Virtanen, Jenni: StreakDet data processing and analysis pipeline for space debris
12:15-12:30 Gritsevich, Maria: Estimation of trajectory and orbital parameters of Chelyabinsk bolide
12:30-12:45 Kohout, Tomas: Physical properties of Chelyabinsk meteorites - implications on parent body
12:45-13:00 Pentikainen, Hanna: Meteorite spectral measurements in Vis-NIR with related analysis
13:00-13:15 Heinselman, Craig: EISCAT_3D: a new tool for solid body research
Session 2 (14:30-16:00)
14:30-14:45 Gritsevich, Maria: Meteorite-producing Fireballs: uncovering secrets of the Solar System
14:45-16:00 Joint visit to poster hall, short poster presentations, 5 mins each, will be given by presenters.
Coffee break (16:00-16:30)
List of posters:
1. de Almeida, Amaury: Spectroscopic Study of Comet 9P/Tempel 1
2. Godunova, Vira: MONITORING OF NEAR EARTH OBJECTS AT THE TERSKOL OBSERVATORY
3. Gritsevich, Maria: PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF METEOROIDS BASED ON RADAR MEASUREMENTS
4. Grokhovsky, Victor: The structure and fragmentation of Chelyabinsk meteorite
5. Hoffmann, Viktor: More on the fascinating Almahata Sitta story
6. Lyytinen, Esko: Estimates for velocity and deceleration of the largest Chelyabinsk fragments and conclusions for the impact sites
7. Rudawska, Regina: Call for observation of asteroid 2012~FZ23 and its association with delta Chamaeleontids (IAU\#107)