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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 2141 UTC on 14 November 2018
ObjectDistance LDVisibility todayEarth closest LDMoon closest LDNotes
2018 VU83.88-4.53V=19.3-18.8, el.=155.8-160.4°3.50 @ 1450 Nov. 12NHATS target
2018 VS86.90-4.95V=19.4-18.5, el.=157.8-163.2°1.95 @ 0450 Nov. 172.56 @ 2140 Nov. 16
2018 VA812.69-15.36V=20.9-20.5, el.=158.8°2.98 @ 1047 Nov. 9risk
2018 VU76.42-6.77V=20.5-20.0, el.=118.2-133.8°6.42 @ 2321 Nov. 13
2018 VT710.35-10.02V=20.9, el.=162.4-164.6°8.20 @ 1724 Nov. 25NHATS target
2018 VP711.07-10.19V=20.8-20.7, el.=129.5-134.5°7.64 @ 0748 Nov. 20NHATS target
2018 VN715.89-18.79V=21.1-20.8, el.=111.5-112.9°2.61 @ 1556 Nov. 8
2018 VD79.10-9.15V=20.4-20.0, el.=98.0-108.9°9.04 @ 1009 Nov. 14
2018 VC71.24-2.04V=23.0-21.0, el.=37.3-49.2°0.87 @ 0223 Nov. 131.08 @ 2103 Nov. 13intruder, risk, NHATS target, inside Earth SOI
2018 VZ610.44-11.61V=21.5-20.8, el.=80.8-91.2°9.45 @ 0154 Nov. 12
2018 VS615.03-17.69V=20.9-20.6, el.=167.3-168.1°1.45 @ 0814 Nov. 81.59 @ 2208 Nov. 7risk
2018 VR68.05-8.55V=21.0-20.6, el.=126.4-139.9°8.00 @ 1355 Nov. 13
2018 VP619.60-22.18V=21.4-21.1, el.=173.4-174.2°7.82 @ 1124 Nov. 7risk
2018 VN64.45-7.46V=27.0-25.0, el.=36.2-45.1°1.86 @ 1729 Nov. 122.87 @ 1841 Nov. 12
2018 VM617.34-20.57V=18.8-18.4, el.=111.0-114.8°9.31 @ 0142 Nov. 10
2018 VX53.63-3.91V=19.0-18.4, el.=83.0-92.3°3.61 @ 0443 Nov. 14
2018 VU517.92-20.03V=20.7-20.4, el.=166.3-168.1°7.84 @ 2243 Nov. 6
2018 VT519.41-21.61V=22.9-22.7, el.=167.2-167.8°0.48 @ 0132 Nov. 51.17 @ 2002 Nov. 4intruder, risk, NHATS target
2018 VO521.51-24.24V=21.8-21.6, el.=154.1-155.0°0.37 @ 0130 Nov. 60.96 @ 2057 Nov. 5intruder
2018 VM524.13-26.44V=22.4-22.2, el.=158.5-158.9°7.32 @ 0708 Nov. 4
2018 VH56.96-7.74V=22.0-21.4, el.=86.1-94.1°5.93 @ 0617 Nov. 11NHATS target
2018 VF59.67-9.87V=21.5-21.3, el.=126.8-134.2°9.66 @ 1559 Nov. 13
2018 VD59.20-11.08V=24.8-24.2, el.=60.6-64.6°4.48 @ 0421 Nov. 10risk
2018 VZ420.04-21.55V=21.9-21.7, el.=148.0-148.9°7.03 @ 0124 Nov. 2NHATS target
2018 VY49.49-11.91V=24.1-23.5, el.=57.8-62.8°5.44 @ 0552 Nov. 11
2018 VW49.75-9.95V=19.0-18.6, el.=106.7-118.7°9.73 @ 0611 Nov. 14
2018 VV413.28-15.42V=23.7-23.2, el.=66.8-70.2°6.26 @ 0201 Nov. 9
2018 VA44.69-6.03V=23.8-22.7, el.=60.3-69.8°3.13 @ 2134 Nov. 11NHATS target
2018 VV331.12-34.02V=22.9-22.7, el.=124.0-124.7°1.13 @ 0640 Nov. 30.51 @ 0810 Nov. 3Moon buzzer
2018 VR38.76-10.55V=26.0, el.=35.3-35.7°1.90 @ 0728 Nov. 92.24 @ 1541 Nov. 9NHATS target
2018 VO34.11-4.39V=21.3-20.1, el.=70.2-92.1°4.11 @ 0214 Nov. 14NHATS target
2018 VL332.77-35.52V=20.5-20.3, el.=155.2-156.1°8.47 @ 1341 Nov. 2
2018 VA27.60-9.04V=24.0, el.=51.8-53.1°1.87 @ 0100 Nov. 92.69 @ 0652 Nov. 9NHATS target
2018 VX14.44-5.74V=24.0, el.=47.6-48.6°0.99 @ 1819 Nov. 101.53 @ 2255 Nov. 10intruder, NHATS target
2018 VS18.91-11.14V=36.0-33.0, el.=9.8-12.6°3.62 @ 1402 Nov. 10
2018 VP124.40-26.62V=25.9-25.7, el.=162.6-163.3°0.39 @ 1819 Nov. 21.35 @ 1757 Nov. 2intruder, risk
2018 VO133.29-35.14V=21.7-21.5, el.=167.9-168.3°9.26 @ 0732 Oct. 27NHATS target
2018 VN112.09-12.94V=20.5-20.3, el.=134.8-137.2°8.67 @ 2004 Nov. 6NHATS target
2018 VA118.47-20.05V=23.0-22.8, el.=101.7-103.3°7.62 @ 0845 Nov. 4NHATS target
2018 VZ53.40-56.81V=22.7-22.6, el.=127.0-127.5°6.81 @ 1155 Oct. 29
2018 VL24.65-26.50V=22.8-22.6, el.=158.9-159.8°1.47 @ 0643 Oct. 311.38 @ 0647 Oct. 31NHATS target
2018 VK49.79-53.14V=21.5-21.4, el.=166.6-166.8°7.72 @ 2007 Oct. 29
2018 VG*20.6*V=27.5, el.=40.3°1.19 @ 0028 Nov. 32.04 @ 1647 Nov. 2NHATS target
2018 VC18.80-20.02V=20.9-20.8, el.=158.9-159.2°1.44 @ 2151 Oct. 281.95 @ 0526 Oct. 29risk, NHATS target
2018 UD3*20.2*V=24.1, el.=64.5°1.62 @ 1737 Nov. 21.87 @ 0641 Nov. 3
2018 UB353.15-55.76V=22.2-22.1, el.=171.1-171.3°8.60 @ 1154 Oct. 23
2018 UC295.59-99.91V=21.0-20.9, el.=117.0-117.3°9.42 @ 0507 Oct. 23
2018 UY118.46-20.18V=23.0, el.=47.6-50.3°7.42 @ 2124 Nov. 4NHATS target
2018 UQ19.40-9.84V=17.3-16.6, el.=84.2-98.8°9.40 @ 2244 Nov. 13
2018 UE122.83-23.48V=22.6-22.5, el.=118.1-118.5°6.80 @ 1652 Oct. 13NHATS target
2018 TG66.39-6.19V=20.4-20.3, el.=122.7-124.8°3.93 @ 1604 Dec. 2risk, NHATS target
2018 TZ5103.13-106.64V=22.7-22.6, el.=165.0-165.8°8.53 @ 1345 Oct. 10
2018 TY4101.07-104.35V=26.3-26.2, el.=171.3-171.6°1.50 @ 2235 Oct. 72.23 @ 1843 Oct. 7risk
2018 TF3*45.1*V=30.2, el.=10.9°7.77 @ 1759 Nov. 5
2018 TR82.53-84.59V=24.0, el.=131.0-131.5°8.04 @ 1718 Sept. 28risk, NHATS target
2018 TB88.49-91.00V=22.9, el.=163.6-164.4°4.83 @ 0517 Oct. 2risk
2013 YM252.78-52.02V=24.5, el.=97.2-97.8°7.31 on 9 Jan. 2019NHATS target
2013 VX437.12-35.78V=21.1, el.=102.9-104.1°4.09 @ 1705 Dec. 9
2008 WD1427.96-25.99V=20.9-20.8, el.=72.8-73.1°7.42 @ 0014 Nov. 27
163899 2003 SD22049.69-48.59V=15.7-15.6, el.=91.5-91.9°7.36 @ 0103 Dec. 22NHATS 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, Nov. 15th.
 Other numbers are for 0000-2359 today UTC, processed by A/CC from JPL SSD Horizons data.


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