Conference Rescheduled as Virtual

Meteoroids 2022 Conference

June 13–17, 2022


The Meteoroids 2022 local organizing committee has closely watched ongoing developments of the COVID-19 pandemic and met to reconsider in-person delivery in Huntsville, Alabama. Given the recent sharp increase in positive cases and the unpredictable appearance of new variants, the committee has decided to shift the conference from in-person to fully virtual. Although it is disappointing not to be able to meet in person, the health and safety of all participants is our top priority.

Meteoroids 2022 is the eleventh international conference in a triennial series of meetings on meteoroids, their origins, and their associated phenomena. Past conferences have featured a combination of invited and contributed talks and posters covering topics such as meteor observational techniques, meteorite recoveries, meteoroid stream dynamics, ablation physics and airbursts, impacts on airless bodies, the production of dust and meteoroids by asteroids and comets, space missions, and spacecraft anomalies.

We look forward to planning a successful conference and to seeing you virtually! Details will be available soon.

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