Meteorites, interplanetary and interstellar dust
Convener: Z. Martins  | Co-Conveners: M. Gritsevich , R. Srama , N. Altobelli 
Oral Program
 / Fri, 07 Oct, 13:30–17:00  / Room Uranus Room
Poster Program
 / Attendance Thu, 06 Oct, 17:30–19:00  / Poster Area

Meteorites are extraterrestrial objects that survive the impact with the Earth's surface. They preserve some of the most primitive materials in the solar system. Therefore meteorites can help us understand the solar system genesis and the processes that occurred after the formation of asteroids, the parent bodies for most meteorites. In this session we will discuss the chemical, mineralogical and isotopic composition of meteorites. We also invite researchers interested in determining the physical properties of meteoroids and creation a solid link between meteoroids, meteors and meteorites in therms of their compositional and physical properties. Abstracts related to the modeling and dynamics of measurement of dust in the solar system in general, and in particular on optical multi-station observations of meteors and their interpretation are welcome.