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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 1945 UTC on 22 October 2018
ObjectDistance LDVisibility todayEarth closest LDMoon closest LDNotes
2018 US12.34-3.09V=18.5-17.4, el.=124.7-145.4°2.29 @ 1627 Oct. 21leaving Earth SOI
2018 UQ167.31-64.22V=19.2-19.1, el.=161.8-162.2°9.42 @ 0019 Nov. 14
2018 UO116.76-21.26V=21.5-21.0, el.=174.5-175.4°1.71 @ 0706 Oct. 182.13 @ 0833 Oct. 18
2018 UK114.61-16.46V=21.1-20.9, el.=135.7-135.9°3.63 @ 1251 Oct. 14
2018 UH18.35-6.37V=17.9-17.8, el.=138.2-153.5°5.31 @ 0459 Oct. 24
2018 UF122.16-25.44V=21.0-20.7, el.=154.2-154.6°3.40 @ 0753 Oct. 15
2018 UE18.92-9.38V=20.0-19.9, el.=142.5-144.4°6.80 @ 1652 Oct. 13NHATS target
2018 UL5.68-6.92V=21.6-21.2, el.=152.0-152.1°0.57 @ 1133 Oct. 170.39 @ 0050 Oct. 17intruder, risk, NHATS target
2018 UK29.50-33.44V=21.3-21.1, el.=164.9-166.7°4.25 @ 1402 Oct. 14
2018 UG15.33-16.72V=20.6-20.4, el.=141.3-142.2°9.39 @ 2234 Oct. 14
2018 UC19.19-17.15V=20.1-19.8, el.=173.8-174.7°5.38 @ 1732 Oct. 30NHATS target
2018 UA6.42-9.10V=36.0, el.=12.7-13.4°0.04 @ 1445 Oct. 190.74 @ 0822 Oct. 19intruder
2018 TG612.51-12.18V=20.7, el.=161.6-162.6°3.93 @ 1532 Dec. 2risk, NHATS target
2018 TZ532.44-35.16V=19.8-19.7, el.=164.7-165.7°8.52 @ 1345 Oct. 10
2018 TP550.25-52.81V=22.2-22.1, el.=166.2-167.3°6.04 @ 0513 Oct. 1risk
2018 TB531.11-34.83V=35.0-34.0, el.=13.2-14.2°3.13 @ 1342 Oct. 13
2018 TT447.31-50.60V=22.2-22.1, el.=128.8-129.2°5.24 @ 1652 Oct. 7
2018 TS47.43-7.79V=22.0-21.9, el.=90.4-92.0°5.17 @ 0949 Oct. 11NHATS target
2018 TR425.62-27.97V=22.6-22.4, el.=81.2-82.6°6.84 @ 2325 Oct. 11
2018 TR320.88-21.76V=23.1-23.0, el.=138.2-138.5°5.78 @ 0809 Sept. 29NHATS target
2018 TN3*21.8*V=25.3, el.=81.5°6.67 @ 1021 Oct. 10
2018 TM312.88 & beyondV=25.3, el.=90.5°3.55 @ 2241 Oct. 8NHATS target
2018 TF369.77-64.97V=17.9-17.7, el.=158.7-158.9°7.77 @ 1800 Nov. 5
2018 TZ221.21 & beyondV=25.0, el.=40.6°9.05 @ 2136 Oct. 16
2018 TS117.01 & beyondV=27.0, el.=30.3°6.58 @ 1444 Oct. 15
2018 TR39.33-41.05V=22.1, el.=140.9-141.2°8.04 @ 1718 Sept. 28risk, NHATS target
2018 TC27.87-29.28V=22.1-22.0, el.=161.4-161.5°0.79 @ 1959 Sept. 301.21 @ 0512 Oct. 1intruder, NHATS target
2018 TB38.46-40.43V=21.5-21.4, el.=143.2-143.9°4.83 @ 0517 Oct. 2risk
2018 SL321.33-24.13V=28.0-27.0, el.=26.5-28.6°9.02 @ 1435 Oct. 15
2018 RD559.63-61.24V=23.6, el.=138.1-138.4°4.39 @ 0241 Sept. 12NHATS target
2018 NL197.21 & beyondV=25.7, el.=151.6°1.42 @ 2018 June 281.20 @ 1744 June 28risk
2018 LQ229.89-30.59V=20.8-20.7, el.=148.3-148.9°9.36 @ 2135 Aug. 27NHATS target
2016 GC22113.98-16.62V=21.3-21.2, el.=76.8-82.6°8.69 @ 1441 Oct. 18
2014 US79.00-10.83V=19.9-19.4, el.=152.1-156.4°3.36 @ 1711 Oct. 17NHATS target
2013 YM266.46-66.05V=25.4, el.=82.7-83.3°7.31 on 9 Jan. 2019NHATS target
2013 VX467.01-65.68V=21.7, el.=131.4-132.7°4.09 @ 1705 Dec. 9
2008 WD1471.35-69.62V=22.1, el.=86.9-87.7°7.42 @ 0014 Nov. 27
475534 2006 TS731.45-27.50V=17.4-17.1, el.=138.0-139.0°7.51 @ 1158 Oct. 29
163899 2003 SD22070.74-70.03V=16.7, el.=79.2-79.8°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, Oct. 23rd.
 Other numbers are for 0000-2359 today UTC, processed by A/CC from JPL SSD Horizons data.


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