MPC Ephemerides for Objects Passing Within Ten Lunar Distances
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 1508 UTC on 22 June 2017
ObjectDistance LDVisibility todayEarth closest LDMoon closest LDNotes
2017 MF3.12-4.49V=21.5-20.5, el.=62.7-66.1°1.02 @ 2232 June 191.21 @ 1232 June 20
2017 MD21.90-24.73V=19.9-19.6, el.=146.1-147.0°3.16 @ 0808 June 14
2017 LX25.65-30.16V=34.0, el.=12.6-13.3°2.74 @ 0801 June 16
2017 LV10.72-12.67V=23.4-22.7, el.=60.0-65.6°6.83 @ 1330 June 18
2017 LD17.69-18.70V=24.6-24.5, el.=77.5-77.9°2.99 @ 1028 June 5risk
2017 CS48.19-50.19V=17.0-16.9, el.=125.3-126.1°7.93 @ 1543 May 29radar target
2017 BS539.33-38.21V=22.2-22.1, el.=88.3-88.5°3.12 @ 1916 July 23NHATS target
441987 2010 NY6510.22-8.69V=23.0-21.0, el.=23.3-36.3°7.89 @ 0637 June 24radar target
418094 2007 WV4105.98-111.03V=18.9-18.8, el.=108.6°7.96 @ 1208 June 1radar 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 2.2 LD
PMD              - potential mission destination

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

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Format for elements output:
none MPC 1-line MPC 8-line
SkyMap (SkyMap Software) Guide (Project Pluto) MegaStar V4.x (E.L.B. Software)
TheSky (Software Bisque)

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