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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 1646 UTC on 24 February 2020
ObjectDistance LDVisibility todayEarth closest LDMoon closest LDNotes
2020 DT26.71-5.42V=20.6-20.4, el.=114.2-135.8°5.18 @ 1427 Feb. 25NHATS target
2020 DO264.35-69.56V=24.2-24.0, el.=162.2-163.3°5.18 @ 0917 Feb. 11risk
2020 DM27.72-7.05V=20.4-20.3, el.=140.1-142.0°5.87 @ 1320 Feb. 28NHATS target
2020 DK27.94-10.68V=25.0-24.0, el.=41.5-47.0°3.95 @ 1728 Feb. 21
2020 DJ212.99-15.59V=21.4-21.0, el.=119.9-121.5°2.81 @ 0515 Feb. 19
2020 DH214.23-16.23V=20.7-20.4, el.=108.0-110.9°6.34 @ 0556 Feb. 18
2020 DF219.13-22.57V=20.9-20.5, el.=164.4-164.8°4.07 @ 1525 Feb. 18
2020 DE214.69-15.40V=21.5-21.4, el.=155.8-156.7°7.85 @ 0402 Feb. 8NHATS target
2020 DD211.53-13.70V=21.4-21.0, el.=97.1-99.8°3.88 @ 0552 Feb. 19
2020 DZ114.28-11.67V=17.8-17.2, el.=163.4-167.6°7.41 @ 2006 Feb. 27
2020 DW16.78-7.05V=20.9-20.5, el.=114.1-124.5°6.77 @ 1803 Feb. 23NHATS target
2020 DU162.14-69.48V=24.3-24.0, el.=151.1-152.0°2.95 @ 1053 Feb. 15
2020 DB139.61-42.92V=21.3-21.1, el.=142.7-143.5°7.07 @ 0551 Feb. 12
2020 DA123.79-28.09V=38.0, el.=12.3-12.7°0.50 @ 1031 Feb. 180.62 @ 1228 Feb. 18intruder
2020 DZ8.40-10.89V=32.0-31.0, el.=19.8-20.7°1.53 @ 1718 Feb. 201.22 @ 0202 Feb. 21
2020 DW4.47-5.28V=27.0-26.0, el.=46.6-48.8°0.63 @ 1701 Feb. 181.42 @ 1554 Feb. 17intruder, risk, NHATS target
2020 DU23.28-25.54V=23.8-23.7, el.=157.5-158.7°0.85 @ 1321 Feb. 130.38 @ 2217 Feb. 13intruder
2020 DT38.85-42.27V=23.9-23.8, el.=171.5°4.34 @ 1055 Feb. 12
2020 DR6.42-8.01V=23.0-21.8, el.=51.6-66.1°5.57 @ 1800 Feb. 22
2020 DM34.10-36.52V=22.9-22.7, el.=157.8-158.4°5.63 @ 1933 Feb. 9
2020 DJ9.33-9.48V=19.0, el.=160.7-161.5°9.22 @ 0557 Feb. 22NHATS target
2020 DH35.63-38.70V=21.7-21.5, el.=165.0-166.2°7.30 @ 1259 Feb. 12
2020 DF26.89-28.90V=23.1-23.0, el.=103.8-104.4°3.44 @ 2304 Feb. 10
2020 DE8.41-10.42V=24.0, el.=52.2-55.9°3.48 @ 1119 Feb. 20
2020 DD45.39-54.15V=29.0-28.0, el.=19.9-21.3°2.48 @ 1908 Feb. 18
2020 DC6.94-7.60V=20.2-19.9, el.=122.3-127.3°5.86 @ 1620 Feb. 20NHATS target
2020 DB28.96-33.83V=30.0, el.=25.1-26.3°3.77 @ 0244 Feb. 18
2020 DA13.12-15.04V=19.6-19.3, el.=103.1-107.0°7.87 @ 1136 Feb. 19
2020 CB347.95-52.39V=21.2-21.0, el.=163.5-163.8°9.65 @ 0848 Feb. 13
2020 CV231.09-33.13V=21.6-21.4, el.=157.3-157.4°9.24 @ 1426 Feb. 9
2020 CR235.36-40.31V=32.0-31.0, el.=21.8-22.9°3.13 @ 2012 Feb. 16
2020 CQ217.22-18.98V=23.4-23.1, el.=150.1-150.9°0.39 @ 0217 Feb. 140.56 @ 0434 Feb. 14intruder, NHATS target
2020 CP216.50-21.08V=35.0-32.0, el.=10.7-14.0°4.99 @ 1620 Feb. 20
2020 CO214.82-18.19V=41.0-40.0, el.=6.7-6.9°3.86 @ 2035 Feb. 19risk
2020 CK215.45-16.66V=23.9-23.8, el.=142.1-142.8°1.24 @ 0452 Feb. 111.03 @ 1846 Feb. 11risk, NHATS target
2020 CG213.11-15.02V=22.0-21.9, el.=58.1-59.6°2.25 @ 0818 Feb. 172.74 @ 2058 Feb. 17
2020 CF29.72-10.48V=20.8-20.6, el.=156.8-157.4°1.36 @ 0516 Feb. 111.21 @ 0234 Feb. 12risk, NHATS target
2020 CK114.37 & beyondV=27.0, el.=31.1°8.57 @ 1541 Feb. 17NHATS target
2020 BZ1445.13-46.79V=21.0, el.=142.7-142.9°8.74 @ 1417 Jan. 26NHATS target
2020 BJ1497.75-101.81V=22.5-22.4, el.=165.7-166.2°8.45 @ 1155 Jan. 28risk
2020 BW139.09-9.08V=21.2-21.1, el.=123.2-127.4°9.08 @ 1607 Feb. 24NHATS target
2020 BL1334.11 & beyondV=22.4, el.=161.2°4.79 @ 0230 Jan. 29NHATS target
2020 BW1053.83-55.88V=22.4-22.3, el.=160.6-161.3°6.23 @ 2145 Jan. 25
2020 BL8*13.6*V=20.6, el.=123.3°6.58 @ 0537 Feb. 8NHATS target
2020 AN3139.61-143.00V=20.6-20.5, el.=106.3-106.5°7.92 @ 0134 Jan. 17risk
2020 AY174.72-76.11V=23.8, el.=111.2-111.8°8.24 @ 0053 Jan. 1risk, NHATS target
2018 CW215.63-17.74V=24.0-23.0, el.=51.9-55.5°6.29 @ 1737 Feb. 17
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, Feb. 25th.
 Other numbers are for 0000-2359 today UTC, processed by A/CC from JPL SSD Horizons data.


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