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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 2022 UTC on 5 April 2020
ObjectDistance LDVisibility todayEarth closest LDMoon closest LDNotes
2020 GW110.93-8.58V=20.0-19.7, el.=124.3-132.8°5.87 @ 0235 April 8
2020 GV16.75-6.43V=20.7-20.3, el.=135.0-152.0°6.43 @ 2358 April 5
2020 GU111.55-10.22V=20.5-20.4, el.=174.6-177.2°5.88 @ 0851 April 11
2020 GQ110.11-6.88V=19.8-19.4, el.=150.5-162.4°4.37 @ 0942 April 7
2020 GO15.00-6.54V=21.4-20.9, el.=104.3-104.4°0.18 @ 1908 April 10.76 @ 0933 April 1intruder, risk
2020 GN18.05-7.73V=20.7-20.5, el.=122.9-131.9°7.65 @ 1731 April 6
2020 GK121.17-24.72V=20.3-20.0, el.=157.6-161.1°7.24 @ 1540 March 30risk
2020 GH111.01-12.14V=20.2-19.9, el.=115.2-120.8°8.66 @ 0106 April 1
2020 GF15.39-4.12V=19.3-18.9, el.=106.0-110.7°1.46 @ 2036 April 82.12 @ 1137 April 8
2020 GE13.87-3.70V=19.0-18.6, el.=125.5-137.0°3.70 @ 0238 April 6
2020 GC11.87-1.81V=18.1-15.7, el.=64.4-121.0°1.44 @ 1231 April 52.06 @ 0724 April 5inside Earth SOI
2020 GB13.85-2.14V=18.5-17.3, el.=133.3-135.4°1.07 @ 2350 April 60.78 @ 1433 April 6Moon buzzer, risk, entering Earth SOI
2020 GZ37.08-40.93V=22.6-22.4, el.=175.8-176.1°4.14 @ 0741 March 26
2020 GW26.38-28.54V=22.3-22.2, el.=169.5-170.1°6.42 @ 0253 March 24
2020 GO12.47-14.27V=22.0-21.6, el.=161.4-163.3°5.60 @ 0814 March 30
2020 GN6.11-6.05V=20.7-20.2, el.=114.3-130.3°6.00 @ 1442 April 5NHATS target
2020 GM2.45-2.53V=26.0-19.6, el.=21.4-70.8°2.25 @ 1054 April 52.41 @ 0008 April 5leaving Earth SOI
2020 GK8.17-9.18V=20.1-19.9, el.=143.4-144.2°3.82 @ 1320 March 29NHATS target
2020 GH3.10-5.94V=29.0-28.0, el.=26.0-26.8°0.33 @ 2202 April 30.70 @ 1555 April 3intruder
2020 GG12.74-11.96V=20.5, el.=143.6-146.6°9.67 @ 1521 April 11
2020 GF7.54-7.57V=19.2-18.9, el.=130.6-138.8°7.53 @ 0751 April 5NHATS target
2020 GE5.95-5.76V=20.7, el.=142.9-146.4°5.41 @ 0447 April 10risk, NHATS target
2020 GC5.41-7.47V=21.9-20.3, el.=70.1-90.4°4.70 @ 0328 April 4
2020 GB6.13-6.58V=19.9-19.1, el.=88.3-108.6°6.13 @ 2305 April 4
2020 FL65.15-6.31V=20.5-19.0, el.=67.5-90.2°5.04 @ 1420 April 4
2020 FG66.67-7.72V=22.4-21.7, el.=74.8-82.2°5.35 @ 1156 April 2NHATS target
2020 FW525.25-28.08V=24.1-23.8, el.=66.0-67.8°9.29 @ 0614 March 28
2020 FM511.83-12.93V=27.0, el.=46.3-49.4°5.42 @ 0916 March 27NHATS target
2020 FB586.76-93.54V=23.2-23.0, el.=150.9-152.0°7.14 @ 2358 March 22
2020 FV420.46-22.12V=22.8-22.5, el.=75.4-78.2°9.74 @ 1206 March 26
2020 FK48.47-9.50V=23.9-23.6, el.=62.7-65.0°4.42 @ 2240 March 29NHATS target
2020 FH48.02-8.54V=21.9-21.8, el.=135.4-136.0°3.30 @ 2125 March 22NHATS target
2020 FF410.72-11.53V=23.6-23.4, el.=82.7-83.9°3.07 @ 0238 March 24NHATS target
2020 FW222.91-24.60V=20.5-20.3, el.=110.7-111.3°9.74 @ 2337 March 24
2020 FM230.53-32.68V=23.4-23.2, el.=110.6-110.8°3.31 @ 0221 March 22
2020 FE212.66-14.15V=20.9-20.7, el.=120.4-121.7°4.52 @ 1313 March 28
2020 FB13.73-14.54V=20.8-20.7, el.=107.5-108.4°8.56 @ 1702 March 25NHATS target
2020 ER21.21-21.92V=22.2-22.1, el.=144.5-145.0°9.03 @ 1222 March 9NHATS target
2019 GM19.16-9.43V=21.0-20.8, el.=121.6-126.9°8.89 @ 1451 April 2NHATS target
388945 2008 TZ375.63-73.24V=18.3-18.2, el.=153.6°7.27 @ 1416 May 10
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, April 6th.
 Other numbers are for 0000-2359 today UTC, processed by A/CC from JPL SSD Horizons data.


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