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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 1838 UTC on 23 September 2017
ObjectDistance LDVisibility todayEarth closest LDMoon closest LDNotes
2017 SS1014.92-13.06V=19.1-18.6, el.=161.9-169.6°9.92 @ 0518 Sept. 27
2017 SR1020.86-22.65V=20.7-20.5, el.=171.8-172.2°3.66 @ 0947 Sept. 11
2017 SR24.65-6.79V=26.0-25.0, el.=43.8-43.9°0.24 @ 2028 Sept. 201.02 @ 0252 Sept. 21intruder
2017 SQ218.53-20.76V=20.9-20.7, el.=143.4-144.3°0.52 @ 1618 Sept. 141.35 @ 2008 Sept. 14intruder, risk
2017 SP229.50-34.41V=22.0-21.6, el.=137.6-139.2°5.88 @ 0449 Sept. 17
2017 SM25.12-6.99V=27.0, el.=28.7-29.2°0.81 @ 0733 Sept. 200.83 @ 1828 Sept. 20intruder
2017 RP1630.15-32.54V=22.7-22.5, el.=168.2-169.1°2.19 @ 0015 Sept. 101.45 @ 0740 Sept. 10risk
2017 RO167.24-6.02V=20.4-20.3, el.=144.1-154.5°4.96 @ 2016 Sept. 25
2017 RN1622.68-24.60V=23.8-23.6, el.=171.9-172.4°1.30 @ 2216 Sept. 102.04 @ 0407 Sept. 11risk
2017 RM1624.28-26.35V=23.0-22.8, el.=157.2-158.1°4.38 @ 0731 Sept. 11
2017 RH1665.28-68.31V=23.6-23.5, el.=138.7-139.6°2.19 @ 0933 Aug. 312.90 @ 1747 Aug. 31risk
2017 RB168.66-6.98V=19.3-19.1, el.=119.4-128.1°4.76 @ 0936 Sept. 26
2017 RZ1534.60-36.43V=23.2-23.1, el.=156.6-157.9°5.87 @ 1011 Sept. 3risk
2017 RQ159.76-11.21V=22.2-20.9, el.=71.5-95.2°9.71 @ 1833 Sept. 22
2017 RB155.77-5.89V=20.3-20.0, el.=136.3-145.9°5.77 @ 2234 Sept. 22
2017 RX213.60-16.16V=24.2-23.5, el.=59.3-64.7°6.18 @ 1659 Sept. 18
2017 RV216.56-18.08V=20.7-20.5, el.=155.9-156.3°2.16 @ 0223 Sept. 122.76 @ 0945 Sept. 12risk
2017 RU210.63-12.23V=21.8-21.3, el.=79.0-83.8°6.79 @ 2123 Sept. 18risk
2017 RS212.42-13.29V=19.8-19.6, el.=167.7-168.5°6.44 @ 0039 Sept. 12
2017 RK29.15-10.81V=24.1-23.7, el.=73.5-74.8°2.45 @ 2115 Sept. 17risk
2017 RJ225.29-28.89V=34.0, el.=14.7-15.9°1.43 @ 2228 Sept. 152.01 @ 0404 Sept. 16risk
2017 RG29.94-11.19V=19.6-19.1, el.=96.4-101.8°7.85 @ 1835 Sept. 19
2017 QS1652.65-54.15V=24.0, el.=84.0-84.7°3.52 @ 0948 Aug. 22risk
2017 NB761.55-62.87V=21.1, el.=134.5-135.5°6.87 @ 1040 Aug. 6
2017 CS372.33-378.14V=21.8-21.7, el.=130.1-130.8°7.93 @ 1543 May 29radar target
2012 TC429.03-27.45V=22.0-21.9, el.=165.6-166.6°0.13 @ 0541 Oct. 120.72 @ 1918 Oct. 12intruder, risk, NHATS target, radar target, links
2005 TE4953.64-51.04V=24.2-24.0, el.=136.6-137.1°8.47 @ 1825 Oct. 13NHATS target
171576 1999 VP11153.58-147.41V=23.0, el.=21.9-22.1°5.77 @ 1101 Oct. 22
1989 VB12.40-11.36V=15.0-14.8, el.=98.6-99.2°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 2.2 LD
PMD              - potential mission destination

*MPC MPES data for 0600 UTC, Sept. 24th.
 Other numbers are for 0000-2359 today UTC, processed by A/CC from JPL SSD Horizons data.


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