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2008 METEOROID ENVIRONMENT WORKSHOP
 
27-May
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 09:00     Welcome

 09:15     Overview of Meteor(oid) Observations: Strengths and Weaknesses

 09:45     Observing Meteors in the Atmosphere


 10:45     Pegasus Satellites Contributions to the Understanding of the Near-Earth Meteoroid Environment


 11:15     Current Problems of Meteoroid & Debris Environment Models and Related Studies at JAXA

John Lyver, NASA HQ, OSMA

Bill Cooke, MEO


Margaret Campbell-Brown, University of Western Ontario

Bob Naumann, University of Alabama in Huntsville

Yukihito Kitazawa, JAXA Inst. of Space & Astronautical Science
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 11:45     Lunch
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13:00     LDEF Comparison to Models (tentative title)

13:30     Dynamical Model of the Sporadic Meteoroid Complex

14:00     The Asteroidal Contribution to the Zodiacal Cloud as Constrained Through Dynamical Models and Infrared Observations
Mark Matney, Orbital Debris Program Office

Paul Weigert, University of Western Ontario

Ashley Espy, University of Florida
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14:30     Break
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14:45     Prospective on the Ephemeris of Meteoroid Streams and the Forecasting of Meteor Showers

15:15     Observing Prospects for the 2011 Draconid Meteor Shower

15:30     Modern Fireball Observations

16:00     The Relationship between Photometric and Infrasonic Mass

16:30     Discussion
17:30     Adjourn
18:30     Informal Dinner/Get-together at Greenbrier Restaurant
Jeremie Vaubaillon, California Institute of Technology

Danielle Moser, MEO/Stanley

Peter Brown, University of Western Ontario

Doug ReVelle, Los Alamos National Laboratory

All
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28-May
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09:00     The IMO Visual Meteor Database and Virtual Meteor Observatory 


09:45     Meteoroid Fluxes


10:15     Sporadic Source Characterization from Single Station Video Records

10:45     Meteor44 Video Meteor Photometry

11:15     Development of an Automated Electro-Optical Meteor Observatory
Rainer Arlt, IMO/Astrophysikalisches Institut Potsdam

Margaret Campbell-Brown, University of Western Ontario

Peter Gural, SAIC


Wes Swift, MEO/Raytheon

Rob Weryk, University of Western Ontario
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11:45     Lunch
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13:00     Meteoroid Density Determination using Data Collected at ALTAIR in 2007

13:30     A Comprehensive Model for Small Meteoroid Burnup

14:00     Meteoroid Velocity Distribution as Measured by Transverse Scattering Radar
Sigrid Close, Los Alamos National Laboratory


Pat Colestock, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Peter Brown, University of Western Ontario
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14:30     Break
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14:45     Some Recent Highlights from the IRF Meteor Observation Programme and the EISCAT_3D Radar System

15:15     The NASA Lunar Impact Monitoring Program

16:00     Technology, Trials, Tribulations, and a Tally for Lunar Impacts

16:20     Discussion
17:30     Adjourn
Gudmund Wannberg, Swedish Institute of Space Physics

Rob Suggs, MEO

George Varros, InDyne, Inc.

All
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29-May
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09:00     Group discussion – biases in meteor observations and proper utilization of such in models

11:00     Adjourn
All
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