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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 1744 UTC on 18 January 2019
ObjectDistance LDVisibility todayEarth closest LDMoon closest LDNotes
2019 AT136.88-7.97V=20.4-20.1, el.=125.8-126.1°3.14 @ 2128 Jan. 12
2019 AJ1312.18-11.14V=21.6, el.=159.7-163.8°7.60 @ 0046 Jan. 25
2019 AN1233.74-29.33V=21.1-20.9, el.=159.8-161.2°9.14 @ 0230 Jan. 25
2019 AK1216.21-19.64V=22.1-21.6, el.=158.9-159.9°1.95 @ 0732 Jan. 131.89 @ 0518 Jan. 13risk
2019 AH1227.29-30.30V=23.1-22.8, el.=125.1-126.1°6.26 @ 0911 Jan. 9
2019 AS118.50-7.98V=19.3-19.0, el.=164.7-170.0°6.95 @ 0027 Jan. 23NHATS target
2019 AG1115.39-14.00V=20.6-20.4, el.=144.8-145.1°8.62 @ 1159 Jan. 25
2019 AA1019.32-17.22V=20.7-20.4, el.=137.6-138.0°5.62 @ 0944 Jan. 26
2019 AU97.85-8.18V=21.4-21.1, el.=91.6-97.3°7.64 @ 0941 Jan. 16NHATS target
2019 AE923.72-28.02V=29.0, el.=32.9-33.3°0.26 @ 1108 Jan. 121.21 @ 1154 Jan. 12intruder
2019 AC912.43-14.59V=27.0-26.0, el.=28.0-30.2°4.13 @ 1930 Jan. 12
2019 AR89.96-10.61V=21.7-21.1, el.=70.6-80.2°9.69 @ 2013 Jan. 16NHATS target
2019 AM810.33-11.85V=24.0-23.3, el.=55.9-66.0°8.62 @ 1602 Jan. 15NHATS target
2019 AR710.22-11.10V=20.9-20.7, el.=125.4-127.2°3.46 @ 1643 Jan. 7NHATS target
2019 AG75.01-6.07V=19.2-18.4, el.=95.8-106.5°3.92 @ 2241 Jan. 15NHATS target
2019 AU67.81-9.73V=35.0-32.0, el.=10.5-13.3°2.56 @ 0737 Jan. 14risk, NHATS target
2019 AT68.71-9.19V=21.9-21.6, el.=109.5-115.8°8.08 @ 0319 Jan. 15NHATS target
2019 AL646.86-48.76V=22.9, el.=156.0-157.1°6.57 @ 1400 Dec. 22
2019 AX522.62-24.70V=23.6-23.4, el.=73.3-75.5°9.47 @ 0041 Jan. 9
2019 AS523.14-25.50V=26.7-26.5, el.=177.3-177.7°0.04 @ 0036 Jan. 80.41 @ 1452 Jan. 7intruder, risk, NHATS target
2019 AB58.00-7.59V=18.7-18.6, el.=135.7-137.3°7.45 @ 2255 Jan. 19
2019 AK313.58-15.84V=26.0, el.=45.1-46.9°4.87 @ 1702 Jan. 12
2019 AW265.87-69.29V=22.6-22.5, el.=158.4-158.5°0.43 @ 1235 Dec. 281.24 @ 1541 Dec. 28intruder, risk
2019 AR29.01-9.64V=17.3-17.0, el.=159.1-162.6°7.60 @ 1428 Jan. 13NHATS target
2019 AQ230.26-31.59V=21.7-21.6, el.=132.6-132.8°8.00 @ 2156 Dec. 26risk, NHATS target
2019 AU11.82-12.39V=20.3-20.2, el.=153.1-154.8°7.77 @ 2106 Jan. 5NHATS target
2019 AT45.15-46.71V=22.6, el.=117.0-117.9°7.64 @ 0047 Dec. 22
2019 AD9.96-11.14V=24.3-24.0, el.=63.2-64.8°2.99 @ 0848 Jan. 10NHATS target
2018 YU28.13-8.89V=22.7-22.3, el.=62.9-66.7°5.60 @ 0411 Jan. 12NHATS target
2018 YQ212.67-13.76V=31.0-30.0, el.=15.4-19.2°7.47 @ 0006 Jan. 10risk, NHATS target
2018 YK286.35-90.08V=20.8-20.7, el.=159.7-159.9°8.01 @ 2111 Dec. 23
2018 YA147.57-48.55V=22.1-22.0, el.=84.3-85.0°6.84 @ 1230 Dec. 9NHATS target
2018 XS461.79-63.70V=23.2-23.1, el.=132.2-133.1°2.76 @ 0731 Dec. 16
2018 XO4*13.6*V=22.5, el.=62.2°7.82 @ 2258 Jan. 6NHATS target
2018 WV135.91-139.12V=24.3-24.2, el.=173.1-173.8°2.97 on 16 Nov. 2018
2018 UC2374.36-378.74V=24.4, el.=102.0-102.2°9.42 on 23 Oct. 2018
2013 YM210.88-11.58V=23.0, el.=55.8-58.4°7.76 @ 0128 Jan. 10NHATS target
2013 VX453.88-55.34V=21.4, el.=135.4-136.7°3.49 @ 1556 Dec. 11
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, Jan. 19th.
 Other numbers are for 0000-2359 today UTC, processed by A/CC from JPL SSD Horizons data.


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