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MPC Ephemerides for Objects Passing Within Ten Lunar Distances
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Note: As a convenience to NEO observers, this form obtains formatted data
      from the IAU Minor Planet Center, which is not associated with A/CC.
Active list dated as of 2131 UTC on 22 May 2018
ObjectDistance LDVisibility todayEarth closest LDMoon closest LDNotes
2018 KW12.40-0.88V=20.6-18.3, el.=129.3-135.5°0.39 @ 1158 May 230.57 @ 0238 May 23intruder, inside Earth SOI
2018 KO123.54-26.43V=19.9-19.7, el.=168.6-169.1°3.90 @ 2303 May 13
2018 KF12.55-3.86V=18.6-17.3, el.=95.0-107.5°2.24 @ 0852 May 212.85 @ 0132 May 21risk
2018 KU12.26-13.71V=20.0-19.6, el.=167.4-170.8°7.56 @ 1252 May 16
2018 KS2.07-2.50V=20.1-18.4, el.=88.3-128.0°2.05 @ 0401 May 221.59 @ 0635 May 22NHATS target, leaving Earth SOI
2018 KQ9.39-10.17V=21.3-21.0, el.=134.0-140.8°8.70 @ 2303 May 19
2018 KC19.79-22.11V=22.6-22.4, el.=150.2-150.6°3.06 @ 1344 May 13
2018 JG331.67-34.74V=22.1-21.9, el.=151.1-151.6°2.84 @ 1427 May 11
2018 JM231.58-33.54V=22.5-22.3, el.=111.8-113.0°7.80 @ 2318 May 6
2018 JK218.85-19.93V=22.1-21.9, el.=96.0-97.6°9.44 @ 0636 May 9NHATS target
2018 JX114.82-16.20V=21.6-21.4, el.=122.1-125.2°9.33 @ 0914 May 15
2018 JR158.81-61.90V=23.8-23.7, el.=116.7-116.8°6.74 @ 0951 May 3
2018 JL112.35-13.39V=26.0, el.=37.2-40.3°7.43 @ 0501 May 14risk, NHATS target
2018 JG16.43-7.63V=19.3-18.9, el.=86.2-87.3°5.29 @ 0050 May 20risk
2018 JA111.64-12.84V=22.1-21.9, el.=75.7-77.0°4.43 @ 1606 May 13NHATS target
2018 JY19.42-21.54V=21.7-21.4, el.=72.5-74.4°8.78 @ 1606 May 14
2018 JX17.05-19.89V=20.9-20.5, el.=70.7-72.5°3.88 @ 0711 May 16
2018 JW42.52-45.29V=22.0-21.8, el.=172.4-172.7°8.98 @ 1558 May 6
2018 JP*22.6*V=25.4, el.=67.0°2.08 @ 1302 May 92.36 @ 1826 May 9NHATS target
2018 JN40.36-42.32V=21.7-21.6, el.=146.3-147.1°4.48 @ 1947 April 30risk
2018 JM61.77-64.85V=20.9-20.8, el.=169.8-169.9°6.54 @ 1447 April 30
2018 HM231.99 & beyondV=21.0, el.=98.3°8.72 @ 1824 April 30NHATS target
2018 GE265.44-67.34V=24.8-24.7, el.=146.3-147.0°1.41 @ 0058 April 101.24 @ 2102 April 9risk, NHATS target
2018 EJ427.82-26.50V=17.9-17.8, el.=114.3-114.4°5.56 @ 1916 June 10radar/NHATS target
2018 EZ2120.98-122.01V=26.4, el.=100.7-101.6°0.56 @ 0240 March 140.53 @ 1308 March 14intruder, risk
2016 HP6*12.8*V=20.9, el.=96.7°2.16 @ 0104 May 132.94 @ 0813 May 13NHATS target
2015 DP15521.43-20.60V=18.1-18.0, el.=97.8-97.9°8.96 @ 0552 June 11NHATS target
2014 JR2561.24-64.80V=20.8-20.7, el.=156.3-156.8°6.49 @ 0503 May 4
2010 WC917.33-20.17V=23.0, el.=45.8-46.1°0.53 @ 2204 May 151.13 @ 0405 May 16intruder
68347 2001 KB6723.41-20.68V=21.0, el.=34.2-35.5°9.50 @ 0245 May 29radar target
Distance         - distances from Earth in lunar distances (LD) at 0000 and 2359 today
Visibility today - if available, JPL geocentric apparent magnitude and solar elongation - shows min-max, not trend
                   (note that JPL Horizons provides nil V magnitude for elongation < 60°)
Earth closest    - Earth passage distance at best date-time calculation UTC
Moon closest     - lunar passage, calculated only if Earth passage is under 2.26 LD

*MPC MPES data for 0600 UTC, May 23rd.
 Other numbers are for 0000-2359 today UTC, processed by A/CC from JPL SSD Horizons data.


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