The last apparition of 1P/Halley in 1986 produced a revolution in our understanding of comets, via the data returned by the armada of spacecraft and telescopic observations. In the subsequent 37 years, cometary science has seen further tremendous advances. On 8th/9th December 2023, Halley’s comet will reach its aphelion point in its current orbit, and begin its slow return back to the inner Solar System.
We invite all scientists working on comets and associated fields (be they observational, dynamical, or theoretical) to meet and present their work. We will particularly welcome presentations from early-career researchers, as they will hopefully see Halley for themselves when it returns in 2061.
If you wish to present a contributed talk at this meeting, please send a title and abstract to Alan Fitzsimmons (email@example.com) and Geraint Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Friday 17th November.