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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 0312 UTC on 26 April 2017
ObjectDistance LDVisibility todayEarth closest LDMoon closest LDNotes
2017 HU3 6.12 @ 0226 April 30
2017 HO3 4.75 @ 0557 April 19
2017 HW210.94-9.98V=20.6, el.=122.6-128.6°9.18 @ 2158 April 27
2017 HV22.29-4.36V=25.0-23.0, el.=48.3-49.7°0.33 @ 2202 April 230.90 @ 0710 April 24intruder, leaving Earth SOI
2017 HU24.90-5.62V=19.2-18.8, el.=107.1-109.9°3.17 @ 2110 April 20
2017 HL117.75-19.52V=21.4-21.1, el.=160.8-162.4°5.88 @ 1957 April 15
2017 HH18.28-11.47V=26.0-24.0, el.=28.7-43.3°6.07 @ 1454 April 23
2017 HG112.01-13.42V=22.1-21.8, el.=120.2-122.0°2.81 @ 2158 April 16
2017 HB13.72-4.42V=20.6-19.4, el.=71.2-88.8°3.59 @ 0906 April 24
2017 HZ19.86-21.19V=22.2-22.0, el.=144.8-147.1°9.28 @ 2343 April 12
2017 HY3.38-4.18V=21.2-19.9, el.=80.8-101.6°3.24 @ 0955 April 24
2017 HW16.91-18.71V=22.5-22.3, el.=132.2-134.6°9.54 @ 1146 April 18
2017 HJ29.45-32.86V=22.9-22.6, el.=167.9-168.7°0.35 @ 0542 April 161.14 @ 0918 April 16intruder, risk
2017 HG32.99-35.85V=22.1-22.0, el.=158.0-158.1°4.30 @ 0912 April 13
2017 HF24.22-25.86V=21.7-21.6, el.=166.0-166.3°2.92 @ 2004 April 9
2017 HE32.37-34.63V=22.2-22.0, el.=170.1-171.2°2.92 @ 0417 April 10
2017 HD7.32-9.78V=25.0-24.0, el.=39.7-47.0°3.76 @ 1703 April 22
2017 FT10210.67-11.17V=28.0, el.=41.4-41.8°1.05 @ 1716 April 31.04 @ 1822 April 3NHATS target
2017 FO10170.80-73.24V=22.5-22.4, el.=172.1-172.3°3.61 @ 2316 March 21
2017 DC36140.42-142.87V=22.1, el.=115.9-116.4°4.23 @ 1205 Feb. 18NHATS target
2017 CS67.86-66.09V=17.9, el.=109.9-110.7°7.93 @ 1543 May 29radar target
2014 JO2541.70-49.26V=15.0-14.6, el.=150.8-151.9°4.57 @ 1223 April 19radar target, links
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, April 26th.
 Other numbers are for 0000-2359 today UTC, processed by A/CC from JPL SSD Horizons data.


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