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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 1509 UTC on 21 October 2017
ObjectDistance LDVisibility todayEarth closest LDMoon closest LDNotes
2017 UU15.44-6.64V=19.7-19.3, el.=134.8-136.4°1.97 @ 2357 Oct. 162.21 @ 1310 Oct. 16
2017 UT112.14-13.89V=21.5-21.3, el.=149.8-152.0°2.71 @ 0808 Oct. 14
2017 UQ137.99-43.18V=22.1-21.8, el.=164.1-164.3°5.81 @ 1816 Oct. 13
2017 UP122.63-25.10V=22.1-21.9, el.=152.9-154.1°6.19 @ 0923 Oct. 12
2017 UM17.52-7.02V=20.3-19.4, el.=82.1-111.9°6.95 @ 1748 Oct. 21
2017 UK117.38-18.92V=21.6-21.5, el.=152.8-153.3°6.54 @ 0055 Oct. 11risk
2017 UH15.16-6.03V=20.4-18.4, el.=80.9-130.9°4.94 @ 0708 Oct. 21
2017 UE139.11-41.65V=22.3-22.2, el.=166.8-167.4°9.64 @ 2013 Oct. 5
2017 UU17.74-19.79V=20.6-20.3, el.=167.4-169.8°8.81 @ 0710 Oct. 14
2017 US7.66-7.50V=17.9-17.8, el.=171.2-174.0°7.46 @ 2053 Oct. 22risk
2017 UR14.72-17.12V=20.2-19.8, el.=119.5-121.5°4.76 @ 1135 Oct. 15
2017 UJ5.42-7.86V=23.0-22.0, el.=45.7-52.0°2.76 @ 0627 Oct. 19
2017 UG4.48-5.68V=22.1-20.6, el.=77.1-100.2°4.27 @ 1004 Oct. 20
2017 UF30.46-35.69V=23.4-23.0, el.=172.8-173.5°0.99 @ 0322 Oct. 151.83 @ 0111 Oct. 15intruder, risk
2017 UE15.01-16.85V=21.2-20.9, el.=161.1-162.6°4.41 @ 1035 Oct. 13
2017 UD23.47-26.98V=21.2-20.9, el.=148.8-149.7°3.91 @ 1045 Oct. 14
2017 UA6.09-7.84V=27.0-26.0, el.=35.3-37.6°1.19 @ 1515 Oct. 171.67 @ 0411 Oct. 18
2017 TJ615.67-17.00V=21.7-21.4, el.=158.2-159.4°7.08 @ 0759 Oct. 11
2017 TD62.52-4.52V=45.0-41.0, el.=4.4-5.5°0.50 @ 1852 Oct. 190.29 @ 0704 Oct. 20intruder, risk
2017 TA66.73-6.95V=21.1-20.8, el.=88.4-95.2°6.64 @ 2243 Oct. 19risk
2017 TZ519.40-21.51V=21.7-21.4, el.=155.1-158.0°6.97 @ 1954 Oct. 12
2017 TY517.45-19.12V=21.1-20.9, el.=146.8-147.1°3.78 @ 2222 Oct. 10
2017 TX57.00-8.87V=23.0-21.7, el.=54.5-63.0°4.56 @ 1624 Oct. 18
2017 TW511.51-14.90V=29.0-28.0, el.=26.1-28.6°3.08 @ 1936 Oct. 17risk
2017 TV54.63-3.45V=18.7-18.5, el.=121.3-149.4°3.37 @ 0740 Oct. 22
2017 TU514.94-16.55V=21.4-21.1, el.=165.8-167.2°6.84 @ 1029 Oct. 13
2017 TQ55.88-5.56V=19.1-18.9, el.=167.4-172.9°5.50 @ 1403 Oct. 22
2017 TH511.32-13.96V=29.0-28.0, el.=31.5-32.4°0.26 @ 1715 Oct. 160.55 @ 0204 Oct. 17intruder
2017 TF555.18-60.46V=21.7-21.4, el.=166.0-166.7°0.73 @ 0739 Oct. 101.34 @ 0937 Oct. 10intruder
2017 TE58.74-11.15V=23.0, el.=53.7-54.9°1.34 @ 1108 Oct. 171.85 @ 1857 Oct. 17
2017 TA530.14-32.67V=23.2-23.0, el.=153.1-153.2°7.48 @ 1401 Oct. 9risk
2017 TX430.13-32.46V=22.6-22.4, el.=138.3-138.5°7.23 @ 1649 Oct. 8
2017 TT440.56-44.22V=23.5-23.3, el.=161.5-161.8°2.32 @ 1632 Oct. 9
2017 TM426.34-28.22V=23.3-23.2, el.=152.1-152.8°1.92 @ 1609 Oct. 61.85 @ 0042 Oct. 7
2017 TK46.30-7.02V=21.2-20.9, el.=113.9-117.4°4.17 @ 2248 Oct. 15
2017 TH432.60-35.76V=20.5-20.2, el.=153.9-154.9°6.65 @ 2148 Oct. 10
2017 TG45.07-4.90V=17.7-16.9, el.=93.7-121.7°4.80 @ 1506 Oct. 21
2017 TE419.44-20.81V=21.8-21.7, el.=148.4-149.1°7.10 @ 0859 Oct. 8
2017 TY368.28-72.33V=22.6-22.4, el.=170.4-171.2°4.27 @ 0714 Oct. 3
2017 TV320.78-22.32V=21.2-21.0, el.=149.4-150.0°6.75 @ 1625 Oct. 8
2017 TU312.96-15.14V=23.0-21.9, el.=55.9-60.5°8.12 @ 0531 Oct. 17
2017 TT347.15-49.45V=22.1-22.0, el.=168.5-168.9°8.22 @ 0913 Sept. 29risk
2017 TL228.40-30.51V=22.9-22.7, el.=153.3-153.4°6.27 @ 2007 Oct. 7
2017 TK220.74-23.28V=26.0-25.0, el.=44.3-45.4°4.93 @ 0608 Oct. 13
2017 TH213.32-14.45V=22.8-22.6, el.=152.2-152.3°2.14 @ 0744 Oct. 92.23 @ 1750 Oct. 9
2017 TV116.60-18.82V=27.0, el.=31.6-34.6°5.59 @ 0639 Oct. 14
2017 TU118.16 & beyondV=26.0, el.=43.5°5.21 @ 1219 Oct. 13risk
2017 TT118.97-21.33V=25.2-24.9, el.=64.1°2.52 @ 0312 Oct. 13
2017 TS140.93-43.41V=20.6-20.5, el.=168.8-169.9°7.40 @ 0417 Oct. 4
2017 TE144.56-46.55V=22.4, el.=130.7-131.5°4.58 @ 1514 Sept. 28
2017 SB20*19.8*V=25.0, el.=40.8°8.93 @ 0128 Oct. 11
2017 RV264.88-66.95V=22.9-22.8, el.=177.9-178.7°2.17 @ 0223 Sept. 122.76 @ 0945 Sept. 12risk
2017 RS242.73-44.06V=22.8-22.7, el.=160.6-160.9°6.44 @ 0039 Sept. 12
2017 NB7107.34-109.45V=22.0, el.=155.5-155.7°6.87 @ 1040 Aug. 6
2012 TC412.93-14.40V=24.0, el.=56.8-57.8°0.13 @ 0541 Oct. 120.72 @ 1918 Oct. 12intruder, risk, NHATS target, radar target, links
444584 2006 UK98.63-94.76V=18.6-18.5, el.=157.4-158.2°8.66 @ 2108 Nov. 17
2005 TE4920.10-22.44V=30.0-29.0, el.=23.5-25.1°8.47 @ 1825 Oct. 13NHATS target
171576 1999 VP119.04-6.17V=19.0-15.0, el.=29.4-51.9°5.77 @ 1101 Oct. 22
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, Oct. 22nd.
 Other numbers are for 0000-2359 today UTC, processed by A/CC from JPL SSD Horizons data.


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