Annual meeting of the Meteoritical Society 2010 New-York City

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Annual meeting of the Meteoritical Society 2010 New-York City
Logo of the Meteoritical Society
Start : July 26 2010 (iCal)
End : July 30 2010
Homepage : Website of the meeting
City : New York City
Country : United States
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Notification : not available

The 73rd annual meeting of the Meteoritical Society takes place, from 26-30 July 2010, in New York City (United States).

Technical sessions cover a wide range of topics on meteoritics and planetary science. A two-day workshop (Disks, Meteorites, Planetesimals) at the American Museum of Natural History will precede the meeting, and a one-day symposium (Chondrules: their role in early solar system history) will follow.

Contents

The program

The complete program[1] is available on the website of the Lunar and Planetary Institute.

  • Asteroid Remnants of the Cores of Early Planetesimals, and Where are Their Mantles?
  • Toward Understanding Chondrules and Their Formation (Dedicated to Gero Kurat)
  • Primitive Achondrites and the Almahata Sitta Fall
  • Organic Molecules and Chirality in Extraterrestrial Materials and the Cosmos
  • Impact Processes and Impact Crater Structures
  • Solar Systems Before and During Planet Formation
  • Material from Other Stars Preserved in Meteorites and Comets
  • Micrometeorites and Interplanetary Dust Particles
  • Carbonaceous Chondrites: Chronology and Mineralogy
  • Martian Meteorites: Evidence for Fluids, Magmatic Processes, and Impact Processes
  • Ordinary and Enstatite Chondrites: Their Origins and Physical Properties
  • Plenary Lectures
    • Leonard Medal Lecture: Hiroshi Takeda - Mineralogical Comparisons on the Basic Processes of Formation and Evolution of Differentiated Meteorite Parent Bodies and Lunar Highland Crust
    • Barringer Medal Lecture: William K. Hartmann - Craters, First Significant Figures, and the Pivotal Year of 4,000,000,000 B.C.E.
    • Presidential Address: Hiroko Nagahara - The Fundamental Process of Condensation and Evaporation
  • Asteroids: Composition, Evolution, Dynamics and Connection to Meteorites
  • First Solar System Solids: Refractory Inclusions in Meteorites
  • Extraterrestrial Basalts: Vesta, Angrites and the Moon
  • Sample Return Mission Results: Genesis (Solar Wind) and Stardust (Cometary Dust) *Isotopes 1: Light Elements Through Calcium, Mostly Be, B, K and Ca
  • Deciphering Secondary Processes on Primitive Asteroids
  • Isotopes 2: 26Al/26Mg, Transition Metals, and Beyond

The scientific committee

The organizing committee

See also

Notes

  1. The complete program
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