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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 1600 UTC on 19 November 2017
ObjectDistance LDVisibility todayEarth closest LDMoon closest LDNotes
2017 WD13.32-15.71V=22.2-21.8, el.=155.8-155.9°1.86 @ 1153 Nov. 132.86 @ 1150 Nov. 13
2017 WC3.50-2.95V=17.3-16.8, el.=141.1-145.4°2.94 @ 0243 Nov. 20
2017 WB9.70-11.11V=18.8-18.6, el.=145.6-148.8°7.36 @ 1939 Nov. 15
2017 VA159.66-8.93V=17.9-17.7, el.=160.3-162.5°8.04 @ 1558 Nov. 22
2017 VZ1410.82-9.03V=18.4-17.9, el.=151.9-153.2°3.18 @ 1139 Nov. 24
2017 VT1462.37-60.32V=21.0-20.9, el.=100.6-101.6°3.78 @ 0320 Dec. 17risk
2017 VF1414.29-16.97V=22.1-21.8, el.=171.8-173.1°0.80 @ 1529 Nov. 130.94 @ 1225 Nov. 13intruder, risk
2017 VE1417.45-19.54V=22.5-22.2, el.=157.3-160.2°6.70 @ 1708 Nov. 11
2017 VC142.64-4.99V=25.0-23.0, el.=46.6-59.2°1.25 @ 0144 Nov. 181.79 @ 0907 Nov. 18risk
2017 VZ1312.81-13.76V=21.8-21.6, el.=157.1-158.8°6.88 @ 0107 Nov. 9
2017 VY1316.39-14.03V=20.0-19.6, el.=177.6-177.7°2.02 @ 2119 Nov. 252.48 @ 2138 Nov. 25
2017 VN136.95-8.79V=24.2-23.4, el.=61.5-66.0°2.97 @ 2028 Nov. 15
2017 VV125.23-6.60V=23.3-22.6, el.=68.6-72.0°1.86 @ 1512 Nov. 152.24 @ 0200 Nov. 16risk
2017 VU1227.25-29.70V=22.0-21.8, el.=177.7-177.8°7.35 @ 0855 Nov. 8
2017 VR12177.67-174.92V=20.8, el.=128.8-129.2°3.69 on 7 March 2018
2017 VN26.17-6.34V=21.3-20.9, el.=99.5-109.4°6.16 @ 1446 Nov. 18risk
2017 VL218.01-19.89V=21.7-21.5, el.=121.4-121.5°0.31 @ 0948 Nov. 90.99 @ 1345 Nov. 9intruder, risk
2017 VE222.36-25.35V=21.3-21.0, el.=118.8-120.9°7.16 @ 0608 Nov. 12
2017 VZ121.96-24.47V=26.0, el.=43.1-44.7°8.64 @ 1145 Nov. 11
2017 VL130.88-33.25V=22.6-22.4, el.=149.9-150.7°3.39 @ 1703 Nov. 5
2017 VG124.64-26.25V=19.4-19.3, el.=155.7-156.5°7.72 @ 1317 Nov. 4
2017 VJ52.34-55.22V=21.5-21.4, el.=161.8-162.4°2.30 @ 1724 Oct. 30risk
2017 VD107.59-114.14V=19.7-19.5, el.=152.0-152.7°9.90 @ 0109 Nov. 2
2017 VC16.55-17.91V=18.2-18.1, el.=136.1-136.3°9.90 @ 2257 Nov. 10
2017 VA60.68-63.73V=21.3-21.2, el.=161.8-162.5°2.90 @ 1936 Oct. 28
2017 UP4342.09-44.09V=22.6-22.5, el.=165.3-165.4°1.17 @ 0156 Oct. 271.94 @ 1607 Oct. 26risk
2017 DR109245.47-242.56V=29.2, el.=52.7-52.9°3.69 on 24 Feb. 2018NHATS target
2015 XX16938.46-36.92V=24.0-23.9, el.=145.7-146.7°9.71 @ 0006 Dec. 14NHATS target
2013 UM966.26-68.40V=22.4-22.3, el.=152.5-153.2°9.13 @ 0937 Oct. 13NHATS target
2008 WM6115.27-14.28V=21.7-21.6, el.=122.0-122.6°3.82 @ 0550 Dec. 3NHATS target
2006 XY34.13-33.18V=21.0, el.=111.6-112.5°6.48 @ 1912 Dec. 20NHATS target
444584 2006 UK9.43-11.17V=19.0-17.0, el.=39.6-55.7°8.66 @ 2108 Nov. 17
171576 1999 VP11135.12-140.27V=18.4-18.3, el.=130.9-131.6°5.77 @ 1101 Oct. 22
496817 1989 VB69.76-71.33V=17.5, el.=148.6-149.9°7.87 @ 2001 Sept. 29radar 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, Nov. 20th.
 Other numbers are for 0000-2359 today UTC, processed by A/CC from JPL SSD Horizons data.


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