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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 1705 UTC on 13 October 2019
ObjectDistance LDVisibility todayEarth closest LDMoon closest LDNotes
2019 TB75.96-6.08V=19.2-19.1, el.=134.5-137.3°5.96 @ 0121 Oct. 13NHATS target
2019 TA76.07-4.52V=19.3-19.0, el.=109.0-120.9°3.91 @ 2251 Oct. 14
2019 TZ63.46-5.95V=26.0-24.0, el.=36.4-43.7°1.43 @ 1912 Oct. 111.81 @ 1312 Oct. 11
2019 TO611.25-12.49V=22.8-22.6, el.=144.4-145.2°4.07 @ 2252 Oct. 4
2019 TP523.75-19.86V=20.6-20.4, el.=149.7-153.7°8.21 @ 0736 Oct. 18
2019 TN519.87-22.71V=23.3-23.1, el.=158.4-159.3°0.32 @ 2237 Oct. 50.61 @ 1829 Oct. 5intruder, risk
2019 TK58.53-7.30V=20.5-20.2, el.=150.1-152.3°2.49 @ 0732 Oct. 19risk, NHATS target
2019 TJ514.16-16.95V=20.9-20.6, el.=159.8-160.1°2.48 @ 0058 Oct. 8risk
2019 TP323.43-25.42V=22.2-22.0, el.=135.7-135.9°4.77 @ 1502 Oct. 1
2019 TM310.38-12.58V=24.0-23.6, el.=68.8-70.0°1.25 @ 0821 Oct. 81.55 @ 0836 Oct. 8
2019 TL319.62-22.35V=21.5-21.1, el.=96.4-99.6°9.36 @ 0924 Oct. 7
2019 TF38.27-9.29V=23.7-23.3, el.=74.4-78.0°3.67 @ 1108 Oct. 6NHATS target
2019 TU244.41-46.73V=23.1-23.0, el.=160.4-160.7°7.80 @ 0343 Sept. 23NHATS target
2019 TT222.77-24.78V=22.3-22.2, el.=155.4-155.6°6.01 @ 0615 Oct. 2
2019 TH29.27-9.36V=19.7-19.4, el.=146.5-156.0°9.26 @ 0603 Oct. 13
2019 TE214.08-12.30V=19.1-18.9, el.=164.0-164.9°8.22 @ 0053 Oct. 18
2019 TC231.78-34.42V=23.8-23.6, el.=154.2-154.4°4.35 @ 2202 Sept. 30risk
2019 TW112.42-15.03V=27.0, el.=41.0-41.1°1.47 @ 0707 Oct. 82.20 @ 0119 Oct. 8
2019 TT13.70-2.98V=18.2-17.3, el.=101.5-150.3°2.90 @ 1823 Oct. 13
2019 TF137.35-39.61V=23.4-23.3, el.=164.3-164.6°7.97 @ 0805 Sept. 26risk, NHATS target
2019 TC113.76-16.65V=31.0-30.0, el.=21.6-22.6°3.49 @ 1139 Oct. 8
2019 TZ12.32-14.41V=27.0-26.0, el.=33.8-39.8°8.02 @ 1016 Oct. 9
2019 TX13.00-14.62V=28.0, el.=38.3-38.6°1.25 @ 2336 Oct. 42.22 @ 2026 Oct. 4risk, NHATS target
2019 TW9.66-10.41V=21.6-21.4, el.=135.6-136.4°4.50 @ 1641 Oct. 2NHATS target
2019 TV16.24-18.21V=25.5-25.2, el.=68.1-68.9°4.11 @ 0656 Oct. 5
2019 TU11.30-13.36V=26.0, el.=33.3-35.1°4.38 @ 0626 Oct. 8risk
2019 TS11.35-12.58V=21.8-21.4, el.=74.0-78.7°8.41 @ 1435 Oct. 8
2019 TM16.12-18.58V=27.0-26.0, el.=25.6-28.5°9.39 @ 1202 Oct. 8
2019 TK29.38 & beyondV=29.0, el.=41.6°1.22 @ 1456 Oct. 32.19 @ 1522 Oct. 3
2019 TD29.46-31.74V=24.9-24.8, el.=155.5-156.5°0.34 @ 1848 Sept. 290.33 @ 1006 Sept. 29intruder, risk
2019 TB22.27-23.64V=22.0-21.8, el.=165.5-165.7°6.12 @ 0351 Sept. 27NHATS target
2019 TA19.26-20.70V=24.1-23.9, el.=162.8-163.0°1.17 @ 0649 Sept. 291.66 @ 1949 Sept. 28NHATS target
2019 SV98.56-9.18V=23.0-21.4, el.=48.7-67.4°8.56 @ 2148 Oct. 12
2019 SK968.45-72.56V=24.2-24.1, el.=174.2°3.07 @ 1151 Sept. 25risk
2019 SH932.86-36.25V=30.0, el.=30.9°4.54 @ 0738 Oct. 3
2019 SG966.54-70.47V=22.4-22.2, el.=164.4-164.7°9.54 @ 1405 Sept. 25
2019 SX827.67-29.61V=24.6-24.4, el.=154.7-155.4°0.99 @ 0749 Sept. 281.06 @ 2319 Sept. 27intruder, risk
2019 ST860.58-64.63V=22.3-22.1, el.=172.7-173.1°7.31 @ 1509 Sept. 27
2019 SD826.76-29.25V=28.0, el.=36.8-37.5°1.38 @ 0228 Oct. 21.69 @ 0523 Oct. 2
2019 SL713.10-16.92V=29.0, el.=21.0-21.1°1.41 @ 1427 Oct. 92.01 @ 0938 Oct. 9risk
2019 SO6149.02 & beyondV=25.3, el.=148.5°2.42 @ 1316 Sept. 20risk
2019 SB611.06-12.38V=25.0-24.0, el.=50.4-55.8°7.75 @ 1202 Oct. 8NHATS target
2019 SU311.36-11.97V=20.4-20.3, el.=167.0°2.36 @ 0402 Sept. 24NHATS target
2019 SP3*21.0*V=23.7, el.=73.7°0.97 @ 0632 Oct. 31.39 @ 0104 Oct. 3intruder, risk
2019 SN3*23.7*V=24.4, el.=68.7°2.20 @ 1144 Sept. 303.07 @ 1332 Sept. 30
2019 SL333.87-35.51V=23.5-23.4, el.=150.6-151.2°7.30 @ 0354 Sept. 22NHATS target
2019 SF150.95 & beyondV=22.8, el.=168.3°2.05 @ 1635 Sept. 101.52 @ 0207 Sept. 11NHATS target
2019 SD63.67-66.27V=22.8-22.7, el.=159.1-159.5°5.81 @ 1118 Sept. 16risk
2019 RT358.88-60.81V=22.6-22.5, el.=151.9-152.8°1.44 @ 0409 Sept. 92.21 @ 2138 Sept. 8risk
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, Oct. 14th.
 Other numbers are for 0000-2359 today UTC, processed by A/CC from JPL SSD Horizons data.


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