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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 2033 UTC on 15 November 2019
ObjectDistance LDVisibility todayEarth closest LDMoon closest LDNotes
2019 VL59.39-9.23V=21.1-20.6, el.=82.2-93.0°9.23 @ 2219 Nov. 15NHATS target
2019 VJ521.17-23.23V=20.3-20.1, el.=140.7-142.0°4.13 @ 0132 Nov. 5NHATS target
2019 VF520.29-24.34V=32.0, el.=19.6°0.49 @ 2315 Nov. 91.07 @ 1835 Nov. 9intruder
2019 VB56.92-8.23V=51.0-49.0, el.=4.4-5.0°0.38 @ 1728 Nov. 90.91 @ 0419 Nov. 9intruder, risk
2019 VS413.33-14.92V=23.3-23.1, el.=88.0-88.7°0.36 @ 1626 Nov. 60.35 @ 0252 Nov. 6intruder, risk
2019 VX314.68-18.19V=29.0, el.=24.5-26.2°4.02 @ 0202 Nov. 11
2019 VT310.91-11.53V=23.1-22.8, el.=104.3-109.4°9.51 @ 1216 Nov. 10NHATS target
2019 VS318.67-20.20V=24.0-23.8, el.=128.4-128.5°4.93 @ 1541 Nov. 3
2019 VP312.50-14.33V=25.1-24.6, el.=66.6-70.6°6.46 @ 2152 Nov. 9NHATS target
2019 VD320.58-22.71V=21.2-21.0, el.=146.1-146.5°2.64 @ 0930 Nov. 5
2019 VX26.26-7.44V=25.0-24.5, el.=56.0-61.1°3.58 @ 0712 Nov. 11NHATS target
2019 VE29.54-10.31V=21.7-21.5, el.=115.6-119.2°7.09 @ 0806 Nov. 9
2019 VR117.14-19.17V=24.0-23.8, el.=78.0-78.2°2.93 @ 2043 Nov. 6
2019 VX5.09-6.82V=22.0-20.3, el.=56.0-65.7°4.08 @ 1759 Nov. 13
2019 VW12.75-13.55V=21.4-21.2, el.=127.7-129.8°5.61 @ 0509 Nov. 2NHATS target
2019 VV26.54-28.54V=20.6-20.4, el.=164.0-165.8°6.26 @ 0140 Nov. 2risk, NHATS target
2019 VU31.89 & beyondV=34.0, el.=14.9°2.70 @ 2007 Nov. 5
2019 VR22.26-24.38V=28.0, el.=43.4°0.35 @ 1029 Nov. 40.84 @ 1142 Nov. 4intruder
2019 VN10.67-13.64V=26.0-25.0, el.=28.7-30.1°3.07 @ 1548 Nov. 11
2019 VK12.26-10.80V=18.9-18.6, el.=131.5°5.81 @ 0829 Nov. 21risk
2019 VD*31.5*V=27.6, el.=45.3°0.45 @ 0955 Nov. 40.69 @ 0516 Nov. 4intruder, risk
2019 VC12.78-13.68V=23.1-22.9, el.=142.7-143.0°2.38 @ 0452 Nov. 1NHATS target
2019 VA*24.9*V=26.4, el.=69.2°0.28 @ 1727 Nov. 20.73 @ 1118 Nov. 2intruder, risk
2019 UB148.88-11.94V=25.0-23.0, el.=42.1-50.1°4.88 @ 2035 Nov. 12
2019 UO1332.81-35.07V=19.6-19.5, el.=159.1-159.8°5.34 @ 0813 Oct. 31
2019 UE13*21.8*V=24.1, el.=57.7°8.22 @ 0008 Nov. 6
2019 UR1222.18-23.58V=19.9-19.8, el.=136.0-137.0°9.78 @ 0139 Nov. 2NHATS target
2019 UM1219.13 & beyondV=25.0, el.=34.3°1.27 @ 1740 Nov. 80.85 @ 1016 Nov. 8Moon buzzer
2019 UE87.72-7.69V=18.9-18.6, el.=133.6-142.9°7.67 @ 1429 Nov. 15
2019 UO77.49-8.29V=24.1-23.9, el.=58.8-59.5°3.83 @ 2231 Nov. 7NHATS target
2019 UR49.55-10.24V=25.0-24.0, el.=45.2-49.5°7.32 @ 2230 Nov. 8NHATS target
2019 UH110.21-11.12V=22.0-21.0, el.=52.4-55.4°9.48 @ 0335 Nov. 13
2012 VB3718.62-19.51V=20.9-20.8, el.=116.2-117.2°5.97 @ 1557 Oct. 27NHATS 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 2.26 LD

*MPC MPES data for 0600 UTC, Nov. 16th.
 Other numbers are for 0000-2359 today UTC, processed by A/CC from JPL SSD Horizons data.


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