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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 2110 UTC on 1 June 2020
ObjectDistance LDVisibility todayEarth closest LDMoon closest LDNotes
2020 KK74.96-1.92V=18.0-16.6, el.=132.3-155.6°1.33 @ 0942 June 21.53 @ 0414 June 2risk, entering Earth SOI
2020 KB74.43-4.69V=19.5-19.1, el.=147.8-157.5°4.34 @ 0006 May 31NHATS target
2020 KV613.56-16.13V=21.8-21.4, el.=95.3-97.4°2.89 @ 2331 May 26
2020 KT68.66-8.85V=19.8-19.4, el.=162.3-172.5°8.65 @ 0442 June 1
2020 KP637.63-35.19V=21.4-21.3, el.=139.5-140.3°3.60 @ 1035 June 16
2020 KC622.95-24.42V=22.1-21.9, el.=169.1-169.6°8.88 @ 0148 May 18NHATS target
2020 KW56.36-8.40V=22.6-20.4, el.=60.9-91.1°6.22 @ 1643 May 31
2020 KV522.83-25.34V=19.8-19.6, el.=141.0-142.3°2.87 @ 2310 May 22
2020 KF58.40-10.81V=32.0-31.0, el.=22.5-22.7°0.64 @ 1246 May 281.28 @ 1337 May 28intruder
2020 KC54.45-6.45V=24.0-23.0, el.=51.0-52.0°0.96 @ 2045 May 291.35 @ 1353 May 29intruder, risk
2020 KZ48.45-8.62V=19.5-19.4, el.=153.2-154.5°8.45 @ 2023 May 31
2020 KY49.25-10.63V=20.8-20.4, el.=147.9-149.5°4.17 @ 1239 May 26NHATS target
2020 KW410.48-13.02V=34.0-32.0, el.=11.5-14.4°4.17 @ 1030 May 28
2020 KQ49.54-10.45V=20.5-20.4, el.=129.6-131.1°4.83 @ 0129 May 24NHATS target
2020 KO45.23-7.59V=25.0-24.0, el.=42.4-43.7°1.59 @ 2304 May 291.65 @ 1834 May 29
2020 KM45.06-6.17V=23.1-22.5, el.=67.9-71.1°2.37 @ 0858 May 28NHATS target
2020 KK419.76-21.44V=20.8-20.6, el.=167.1-167.5°7.54 @ 1531 May 21
2020 KJ43.47-4.45V=32.0-31.0, el.=17.7-18.0°0.37 @ 1320 May 281.28 @ 1936 May 28intruder, risk, NHATS target
2020 KE48.96-8.09V=19.9-19.8, el.=94.4-103.9°7.65 @ 0701 June 3
2020 KB445.48-48.00V=23.6-23.4, el.=160.6-161.9°6.86 @ 0812 May 13NHATS target
2020 KZ311.11-9.82V=19.7-19.4, el.=154.3-155.3°3.19 @ 2157 June 8NHATS target
2020 KP311.89-13.57V=20.7-20.4, el.=123.3-123.5°3.71 @ 1307 May 25
2020 KJ313.06-14.95V=25.0-24.0, el.=44.1-48.1°7.77 @ 0859 May 27NHATS target
2020 KD39.21-10.19V=28.0-26.0, el.=24.8-31.7°7.84 @ 0202 May 29risk, NHATS target
2020 KB321.98-20.32V=20.4-20.2, el.=119.7-120.0°3.14 @ 2141 June 13risk
2020 KZ210.84-11.31V=21.8-21.6, el.=133.0-135.7°9.18 @ 0448 May 25NHATS target
2020 KU222.76-25.65V=33.0-32.0, el.=14.7-16.0°9.49 @ 0746 May 25risk
2020 KN26.15-5.78V=19.2-18.9, el.=130.7-146.8°5.78 @ 0237 June 2risk
2020 KW117.65 & beyondV=30.0, el.=33.7°1.47 @ 0546 May 221.39 @ 1801 May 22NHATS target
2020 KJ15.84-5.54V=21.2-20.8, el.=71.8-81.5°5.46 @ 1956 June 2NHATS target
2020 KD118.84 & beyondV=27.0, el.=52.6°1.04 @ 1151 May 221.46 @ 1914 May 22risk, NHATS target
2020 KV13.14-15.59V=21.2-20.6, el.=87.0-91.4°7.15 @ 0303 May 28
2020 KU13.77-15.34V=27.0, el.=46.8-47.3°1.01 @ 0621 May 231.40 @ 1454 May 23risk, NHATS target
2020 KS27.52-29.19V=21.3-21.1, el.=160.9-161.7°8.50 @ 0526 May 16risk, NHATS target
2020 KP*34.6*V=29.9, el.=33.1°2.65 @ 1816 May 21
2020 KJ30.82 & beyondV=27.0, el.=28.7°8.96 @ 1647 May 23
2020 KB11.08-13.22V=22.2-21.5, el.=59.9-65.1°7.51 @ 0040 May 29
2020 KA*18.7*V=31.1, el.=21.2°1.99 @ 0102 May 191.92 @ 2130 May 19NHATS target
2020 JU340.73-38.27V=20.8-20.7, el.=142.2-143.6°6.85 @ 0730 June 17risk
2020 JN37.11-8.18V=27.0-26.0, el.=30.4-34.6°4.33 @ 1455 May 27NHATS target
2020 JV212.03-13.84V=22.0-21.4, el.=79.4-86.6°9.20 @ 0007 May 29
2020 JY118.16 & beyondV=25.0, el.=44.3°3.08 @ 2055 May 22NHATS target
2020 JX130.74-29.69V=20.4, el.=124.4-125.5°3.31 @ 0410 June 29NHATS target
2020 JS116.13-15.20V=20.1-20.0, el.=170.7-172.1°9.85 @ 2321 June 11risk, NHATS target
2020 JR112.61-13.95V=27.0, el.=38.9-39.6°3.83 @ 0657 May 23NHATS target
2020 JM110.34-10.91V=20.8-20.6, el.=107.5-112.3°9.51 @ 2103 May 28NHATS target
2020 JY39.54-42.08V=22.4-22.3, el.=101.3-101.5°6.30 @ 0402 May 17
2020 JR47.26-49.26V=21.2-21.1, el.=175.8-176.7°4.36 @ 2022 May 5NHATS target
2013 XA2213.76-12.53V=17.1-17.0, el.=140.3-144.8°7.62 @ 1539 June 8NHATS 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 2nd.
 Other numbers are for 0000-2359 today UTC, processed by A/CC from JPL SSD Horizons data.


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