12-14 December 2022
ESOC
Europe/Berlin timezone

This workshop will explore the possibilities of increasing the networking of actors involved in the process of discovering, acknowledging, tracking and observing NEO imminent impactors. Building up on the recent occurrence of the impact of 2022 EB5 on 11 March 2022, EC and ESA want to increase the level of coordination and cooperation between all those actors, which include asteroid discoverers and observers, NEOCP object analysts, spacecraft operators and fireball network operators. Goals of the workshop are to establish a network of related experts and a communication protocol to ensure that the imminent impactor relevant information reaches all possible interested parties.

Programme of the European Union, implemented by ESA.

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Europe/Berlin
ESOC
Room H.I
Robert-Bosch-Str. 5 64293 Darmstadt Germany
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Workshop presentations have been organised by invitation of relevant speakers. Speakers and interested participants are invited to register to the event up to 25 November 2022. Ample slots have been allocated in the programme to allow discussions between the experts.

A limited capacity of up to 60 people will be available for local attendance to the event. These will be available to the speakers wanting to attend in person and on a first come first serve to the rest of attendees.

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Application
Application for this event is currently open.