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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 0208 UTC on 23 January 2020
ObjectDistance LDVisibility todayEarth closest LDMoon closest LDNotes
2020 BN328.22-21.94V=20.4-19.9, el.=169.7-170.8°6.84 @ 0451 Jan. 27
2020 BK35.06-7.39V=19.4-18.6, el.=154.1-156.2°0.78 @ 2050 Jan. 201.56 @ 1550 Jan. 20intruder, risk
2020 BH37.36-6.35V=20.3-20.2, el.=85.6-95.5°5.09 @ 1149 Jan. 26risk
2020 BV210.43-10.92V=21.4-21.3, el.=144.4-146.1°8.56 @ 2033 Jan. 15
2020 BZ113.91-15.61V=21.7-21.4, el.=132.1-132.8°2.49 @ 0127 Jan. 15
2020 BY123.21-26.99V=21.0-20.7, el.=170.8°4.19 @ 2347 Jan. 16risk
2020 BS16.86-7.29V=18.3-18.1, el.=165.2-171.8°6.62 @ 1335 Jan. 21NHATS target
2020 BN112.36-14.48V=21.6-21.2, el.=152.4-152.9°3.43 @ 1253 Jan. 17
2020 BF17.84-7.74V=21.1-20.9, el.=79.9-86.5°7.73 @ 0527 Jan. 24risk, NHATS target
2020 BD127.82-31.80V=22.9-22.6, el.=163.5-163.9°4.03 @ 0134 Jan. 16risk
2020 BB12.72-3.04V=21.4-19.5, el.=75.8-121.2°2.56 @ 0838 Jan. 23
2020 BY5.59-8.73V=22.0-20.0, el.=47.0-60.5°3.82 @ 2156 Jan. 21
2020 BS8.17-9.05V=20.8-20.6, el.=158.6-159.3°2.99 @ 1830 Jan. 14NHATS target
2020 BP6.06-9.32V=25.0-22.0, el.=36.9-49.6°3.67 @ 1712 Jan. 21
2020 BN9.87-10.16V=21.0-20.8, el.=157.8-161.5°9.77 @ 2352 Jan. 21
2020 BL11.91-13.09V=21.6-21.3, el.=124.3-127.4°8.16 @ 1145 Jan. 17
2020 BK7.37-7.92V=20.9-20.5, el.=100.3-105.5°6.38 @ 0656 Jan. 19NHATS target
2020 BH7.32-8.04V=21.2-21.0, el.=144.2-145.0°2.73 @ 0108 Jan. 14risk, NHATS target
2020 BD21.78-24.35V=21.3-21.1, el.=158.5-159.7°4.84 @ 1947 Jan. 14
2020 BB2.25-2.72V=20.8-19.9, el.=94.6-108.8°2.00 @ 1748 Jan. 212.32 @ 0551 Jan. 22risk, NHATS target, leaving Earth SOI
2020 AP326.20-27.39V=22.5-22.4, el.=132.8-133.3°6.52 @ 1125 Jan. 1NHATS target
2020 AN324.23-27.89V=17.4-17.2, el.=94.6-95.6°7.92 @ 0134 Jan. 17risk
2020 AM316.44-20.04V=32.0-29.0, el.=13.7-18.5°7.43 @ 0628 Jan. 19
2020 AL317.78-20.46V=27.0, el.=32.7-35.7°6.05 @ 0135 Jan. 17
2020 AK39.04-8.54V=19.4-19.3, el.=138.0-143.7°8.30 @ 0722 Jan. 25NHATS target
2020 AH339.12-42.19V=22.0-21.9, el.=100.1-101.2°8.99 @ 0146 Jan. 11
2020 AB2*19.1*V=27.3, el.=37.5°3.82 @ 2233 Jan. 12NHATS target
2020 AZ110.28-10.83V=21.2-21.0, el.=110.7-113.8°8.23 @ 0057 Jan. 16NHATS target
2020 AY129.86-31.19V=21.3-21.1, el.=138.0-139.0°8.24 @ 0053 Jan. 1risk, NHATS target
2020 AT1*19.5*V=26.5, el.=49.4°2.47 @ 1155 Jan. 9NHATS target
2020 AE110.87-11.61V=22.7-22.5, el.=94.2-95.6°6.55 @ 1349 Jan. 13NHATS target
2020 AD110.40-10.92V=22.1-21.8, el.=78.5-83.0°9.08 @ 2114 Jan. 17NHATS target
2020 AW*16.7*V=25.6, el.=74.9°4.76 @ 0147 Jan. 6risk, NHATS target
2020 AO*38.5*V=nil, el.=8.5°9.31 @ 1812 Jan. 14
2020 AB36.99-38.55V=22.3-22.2, el.=151.2-151.7°6.69 @ 1406 Dec. 29
2019 YF48.77-9.33V=21.3-21.2, el.=109.8-110.3°3.71 @ 0924 Jan. 10NHATS target
2019 YA4103.30-106.96V=22.3-22.2, el.=131.9-132.7°9.20 @ 0016 Dec. 24
2019 YP372.78-75.45V=23.5-23.4, el.=154.3-154.9°2.25 @ 2212 Dec. 231.37 @ 1908 Dec. 23risk
2019 YD310.05-10.85V=20.6-20.4, el.=109.3-111.9°6.85 @ 0434 Jan. 16NHATS target
2019 YW297.56-100.98V=22.3-22.2, el.=163.8-164.7°2.70 @ 1237 Dec. 20risk
2019 YX155.04-56.76V=23.5, el.=76.7-77.3°4.06 @ 1620 Dec. 24
2019 YA143.83-45.32V=21.9, el.=157.3-158.1°8.81 @ 0313 Dec. 22NHATS target
2019 WG2199.81-203.13V=25.8-25.7, el.=112.2-112.4°0.47 on 23 Nov. 20191.23 on 23 Nov. 2019intruder, risk
2013 BA7420.60-18.95V=20.6-20.4, el.=143.2-143.3°3.69 @ 0345 Feb. 4
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, Jan. 23rd.
 Other numbers are for 0000-2359 today UTC, processed by A/CC from JPL SSD Horizons data.


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