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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 1846 UTC on 23 June 2018
ObjectDistance LDVisibility todayEarth closest LDMoon closest LDNotes
2018 MC75.79-6.88V=20.1-19.7, el.=92.0-92.4°2.19 @ 0943 June 182.80 @ 1956 June 17risk
2018 MB729.73-27.14V=20.2-20.0, el.=124.2-124.6°2.78 @ 0835 July 4
2018 MZ413.43-15.59V=23.3-23.0, el.=146.9-147.2°0.54 @ 1853 June 160.20 @ 1106 June 16intruder, NHATS target
2018 MX410.17-8.71V=20.3-19.8, el.=152.4-157.4°5.51 @ 1821 June 27risk
2018 MK12.31-15.53V=20.1-19.4, el.=91.7-99.9°7.49 @ 1102 June 20
2018 MJ20.79-22.87V=21.3-21.1, el.=142.6-143.2°4.16 @ 0752 June 13NHATS target
2018 LX56.17-7.89V=20.7-19.5, el.=73.3-88.0°5.22 @ 1801 June 21
2018 LT571.56-76.06V=22.6-22.4, el.=163.8-164.8°9.28 @ 1556 June 6risk
2018 LS56.89-7.80V=20.6-19.9, el.=111.3-124.0°6.50 @ 2048 June 21risk
2018 LW324.43-26.55V=21.9-21.7, el.=138.1-138.2°3.64 @ 1517 June 11
2018 LV319.60 & beyondV=25.0, el.=52.2°0.86 @ 0230 June 151.51 @ 0647 June 15intruder, risk
2018 LR38.28-7.74V=20.9-20.8, el.=91.3-96.5°6.02 @ 1817 June 29risk, NHATS target
2018 LE134.92-36.42V=23.9-23.8, el.=153.8-154.6°1.59 @ 1253 May 281.59 @ 1236 May 29risk, NHATS target
2018 LD1*23.7*V=26.9, el.=38.1°1.56 @ 1558 June 141.99 @ 2135 June 14risk
2018 LM27.87-28.96V=22.1-22.0, el.=107.1-107.7°5.07 @ 2229 May 29risk, NHATS target
2018 LK*24.5*V=22.4, el.=38.6°7.62 @ 2026 June 15
2018 JG160.23-61.84V=22.8, el.=109.9-110.8°5.29 @ 0050 May 20risk
2018 EJ4*19.5*V=17.6, el.=101.6°5.56 @ 1916 June 10radar/NHATS target
2015 DP15514.91-15.75V=16.1-16.0, el.=147.4-147.6°8.96 @ 0553 June 11NHATS target
68347 2001 KB6776.00-79.08V=18.3-18.2, el.=128.1-128.5°9.50 @ 0245 May 29radar target
1999 FN1955.81-56.94V=20.1, el.=129.4-130.6°9.65 @ 1357 May 7radar/NHATS 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, June 24th.
 Other numbers are for 0000-2359 today UTC, processed by A/CC from JPL SSD Horizons data.


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