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 MPC Ephemerides for Human-Accessible NEOs (NHATS targets)
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As a convenience to NEO observers, this form obtains ephemerides from the IAU Minor Planet Center
  (not associated with A/CC).
Objects here are from NASA's NHATS (Near-Earth Object Human Space Flight Accessible Targets Study) table,
  selected for current visibility and presented in reverse designation order (newer discoveries first)
  in two lists: first objects for which observations may be achievable by most observers (V <= 22.0),
  then  objects for larger telescopes (V <= 25.0). Only objects V < 20.0 are initially checked.
See below for column value explanations plus data dates and object counts.
Observer feedback is welcomed.
Object IDVisibility nowOCCObservation ArcNotes
2017 GO4V=19.5, el.=137.9°547 obs. 2017 Mar. 25-Apr. 6
2017 FP101V=20.5, el.=171.3°731 obs. 2017 Mar. 26-Apr. 7
2017 FP91V=21.9, el.=143.6°834 obs. 2017 Mar. 25-Apr. 6
2017 FO91V=21.8, el.=135.8°732 obs. 2017 Mar. 25-Apr. 5
2017 FK63V=21.1, el.=129.3°848 obs. 2017 Mar. 21-Apr. 4
2017 FH63V=21.6, el.=139.7°837 obs. 2017 Mar. 20-Apr. 4
2017 FX2V=21.1, el.=163.7°754 obs. 2017 Mar. 19-Apr. 6
2017 FR2V=21.7, el.=115.5°916 obs. 2017 Mar. 18-31
2017 ED3V=21.4, el.=121.7°545 obs. 2017 Mar. 6-Apr. 3
2017 EC3V=21.5, el.=152.0°649 obs. 2017 Mar. 6-Apr. 3
2017 DC36V=21.5, el.=123.5°5325 obs. 2017 Feb. 22-Mar. 27
2017 CP1V=22.0, el.=117.0°5247 obs. 2017 Feb. 3-27radar target
2017 BF29V=22.0, el.=146.4°639 obs. 2017 Jan. 26-Mar. 3
2017 BL6V=21.0, el.=90.4°588 obs. 2017 Jan. 26-Apr. 3
2017 AG21V=21.3, el.=107.0°9last obs. 2017 Jan. 6
2016 UW80V=21.2, el.=107.4°672 obs. 2016 Oct. 28-Nov. 24
2016 JR33V=21.6, el.=160.3°754 obs. 2016 May 13-30
2016 HO3 - 469219V=21.9, el.=131.4°080 obs. at 7 opp. 2004-2016
2016 AU8V=21.8, el.=80.8°1179 obs. at 3 opp. 2013-2017
2015 JF11V=21.6, el.=78.0°99 obs. 2015 May 13-June 5
2014 YQ15 - 487577V=19.9, el.=108.3°1156 obs. at 3 opp. 2014-2017
2014 NZ64V=20.2, el.=158.0°528 obs. at 2 opp. 2014-2017
2014 EK24 - 459872V=21.8, el.=108.2°0572 obs. at 2 opp. 2014-2017
2012 HN13V=20.2, el.=171.7°076 obs. at 2 opp. 2012-2017
2012 EY11V=20.7, el.=157.5°081 obs. at 3 opp. 2001-2017
2012 ECV=20.2, el.=140.4°0139 obs. at 2 opp. 2012-2017
2011 UW158 - 436724V=20.4, el.=151.4°0925 obs. at 3 opp. 2011-2015
2011 KR12V=21.2, el.=148.3°155 obs. at 3 opp. 2011-2017
2010 SO16 - 419624V=21.1, el.=69.5°0210 obs. at 2 opp. 2010-2015
2010 SH15V=21.9, el.=146.4°255 obs. at 2 opp. 2010-2014
2010 GP67V=20.8, el.=102.4°141 obs. at 2 opp. 2010-2016
2009 HGV=20.2, el.=148.0°098 obs. at 2 opp. 2009-2017
2006 HW50V=21.0, el.=102.1°083 obs. at 2 opp. 2006-2017
2004 JX20 - 464798V=21.5, el.=72.7°0708 obs. at 6 opp. 2004-2016
2004 HX53V=22.0, el.=143.9°095 obs. at 3 opp. 2004-2017
2004 GU9 - 164207V=20.8, el.=98.2°0200 obs. at 12 opp. 2001-2017
2004 CO49V=22.0, el.=168.2°084 obs. at 3 opp. 2004-2017
2003 WR21 - 226554V=21.2, el.=48.8°0250 obs. at 7 opp. 1990-2017
2002 NW16 - 452389V=19.7, el.=79.6°01219 obs. at 4 opp. 2002-2017
2002 NV16 - 363305V=21.2, el.=171.7°0373 obs. at 6 opp. 2002-2014
2002 JX8V=21.8, el.=71.5°281 obs. at 3 opp. 2002-2008
2001 WC47 - 141018V=17.4, el.=109.4°01348 obs. at 9 opp. 1991-2017
2000 HA24 - 138404V=16.2, el.=164.7°0229 obs. at 10 opp. 1989-2016
2000 EE104 - 138175V=22.0, el.=85.4°0838 obs. at 18 opp. 2000-2017
2000 CO101 - 363067V=21.8, el.=58.9°0777 obs. at 5 opp. 2000-2011links
2000 CE59 - 483422V=20.0, el.=94.3°0305 obs. at 5 opp. 2000-2017
2000 AF205V=19.6, el.=164.9°183 obs. at 4 opp. 2000-2017
1999 SO5 - 474163V=21.7, el.=79.8°0242 obs. at 3 opp. 1999-2017
1999 JV6 - 85990V=22.0, el.=96.1°01003 obs. at 19 opp. 1999-2017radar target
1999 JU3 - 162173 RyuguV=20.9, el.=75.5°0713 obs. at 6 opp. 1986-2016Hayabusa 2 mission destination (underway), links
1999 FA - 474158V=21.6, el.=94.2°0214 obs. at 3 opp. 1998-2016
1998 VO - 192559V=19.2, el.=111.8°0580 obs. at 5 opp. 1998-2017
1998 HD14 - 437841V=21.8, el.=97.3°0144 obs. at 7 opp. 1998-2016
1992 BF - 152563V=21.4, el.=70.7°0329 obs. at 6 opp. 1992-2017
1989 UQ - 65679V=21.2, el.=42.0°0399 obs. at 10 opp. 1954-2016
1989 FC - 4581 AsclepiusV=21.2, el.=116.6°0201 obs. at 8 opp. 1989-2016
Visibility
    - MPC Ephemeris Service (MPES) apparent magnitude (V) and solar elongation (el.) at 0600 UTC on April 13th
    - V > 22.0 is out of view for most observers and V > 24.4 is out of view for almost everyone
      (objects are initially checked only if V < 20.0, within the limiting magnitude of most amateur telescopes)
    - el. < 60° is leaving view for many observers and el. < 40° is out of view for everyone
OCC - JPL Orbit Condition Code, quantifies the orbit solution uncertainty, from 0 (best) to 9, like MPC U code
Observation Arc
    - excerpted straight from MPES as of A/CC's most recent NHATS-related MPES query, (c)Copyright MPC

These listings were derived from a NASA total of 2030 NHATS-listed objects. A group of 181 was selected for
  predicted visibility from a NHATS query made at 1922 UTC on 7 April, followed by an MPES query at 1922 on 7 April
  that resulted in 56 brighter targets, of which 7 are initially checked, and 125 dimmer targets. This page was
  assembled at 1620 on 12 April 2017.

This page's URL is http://www.HohmannTransfer.com/busy/camp/nhats_ephem.htm
  and can be reached using the A/CC "Tracking News" navigation frame at http://www.HohmannTransfer.com/news.htm


Objects possibly achievable with larger telescopes:
Object IDVisibility nowOCCObservation ArcNotes
2017 GJ4V=22.3, el.=163.0°829 obs. 2017 Apr. 1-4
2017 FB157V=22.2, el.=157.6°825 obs. 2017 Mar. 29-Apr. 3
2017 FW128V=24.0, el.=61.3°748 obs. 2017 Mar. 30-Apr. 5risk
2017 FP127V=23.3, el.=167.8°815 obs. 2017 Mar. 29-31
2017 FO127V=24.3, el.=61.7°712 obs. 2017 Mar. 28-30
2017 FN127V=23.7, el.=133.4°613 obs. 2017 Mar. 28-30
2017 FM127V=23.3, el.=130.3°614 obs. 2017 Mar. 28-30
2017 FU101V=23.2, el.=161.9°734 obs. 2017 Mar. 27-29
2017 FS91V=22.7, el.=141.5°694 obs. 2017 Mar. 26-Apr. 3
2017 FW90V=23.1, el.=154.7°576 obs. 2017 Mar. 25-Apr. 5risk
2017 FT90V=23.5, el.=140.0°739 obs. 2017 Mar. 25-30
2017 FS90V=23.7, el.=151.0°735 obs. 2017 Mar. 25-29
2017 FA65V=22.4, el.=140.4°821 obs. 2017 Mar. 20-24
2017 FV64V=22.5, el.=152.2°717 obs. 2017 Mar. 21-Apr. 2
2017 FT64V=23.3, el.=153.1°812 obs. 2017 Mar. 21-24
2017 FO64V=22.8, el.=166.8°819 obs. 2017 Mar. 20-24
2017 FL64V=24.1, el.=152.0°616 obs. 2017 Mar. 18-Apr. 1risk
2017 FR63V=22.7, el.=129.6°555 obs. 2017 Mar. 22-31
2017 FQ63V=22.3, el.=146.6°775 obs. 2017 Mar. 21-Apr. 5
2017 FF3V=23.5, el.=66.6°637 obs. 2017 Mar. 20-25
2017 FB3V=23.3, el.=147.3°744 obs. 2017 Mar. 19-31
2017 FM2V=22.6, el.=94.2°635 obs. 2017 Mar. 16-31
2017 FRV=22.9, el.=144.2°680 obs. 2017 Mar. 17-Apr. 2
2017 ELV=23.5, el.=107.7°750 obs. 2017 Mar. 2-Apr. 3
2017 EDV=23.6, el.=126.3°670 obs. 2017 Mar. 2-9
2017 DB38V=23.4, el.=114.8°552 obs. 2017 Feb. 21-Mar. 25
2017 DX34V=23.1, el.=167.2°641 obs. 2017 Feb. 22-Apr. 1
2017 DP34V=23.6, el.=100.3°660 obs. 2017 Feb. 22-Mar. 2
2017 DL34V=24.1, el.=95.3°769 obs. 2017 Feb. 21-Mar. 6
2017 DT15V=23.2, el.=164.1°6118 obs. 2017 Feb. 18-Apr. 1
2017 DDV=22.3, el.=94.9°767 obs. 2017 Feb. 16-Mar. 23
2017 CF32V=24.1, el.=143.5°6134 obs. 2017 Feb. 14-Mar. 16radar target
2017 BP91V=23.8, el.=114.0°623 obs. 2017 Jan. 29-Feb. 25
2017 BM32V=24.1, el.=116.2°749 obs. 2017 Jan. 29-Feb. 23
2017 BF30V=23.4, el.=124.3°346 obs. 2017 Jan. 27-Mar. 24
2017 BD29V=22.7, el.=101.2°392 obs. 2017 Jan. 26-Apr. 2
2017 BS5V=23.5, el.=84.9°571 obs. 2017 Jan. 14-Feb. 15
2017 BWV=23.7, el.=57.5°2426 obs. 2017 Jan. 19-Feb. 22radar target
2017 BSV=24.1, el.=124.6°736 obs. 2017 Jan. 10-Feb. 7
2017 AE5V=23.4, el.=67.4°840 obs. 2017 Jan. 4-23
2016 YF8V=23.8, el.=110.4°646 obs. 2016 Dec. 22-2017 Jan. 27
2016 YP4V=24.3, el.=161.7°548 obs. 2016 Dec. 22-2017 Mar. 18
2016 YN1V=24.0, el.=68.9°636 obs. 2016 Dec. 15-2017 Jan. 16
2016 YQV=24.0, el.=98.5°670 obs. 2016 Dec. 19-2017 Jan. 6
2016 XJ2V=24.2, el.=95.5°650 obs. 2016 Dec. 5-2017 Jan. 6
2016 VY1V=23.7, el.=128.6°737 obs. 2016 Nov. 6-9
2016 UP41V=23.1, el.=66.8°364 obs. 2016 Oct. 26-2017 Feb. 16
2016 TB57V=23.2, el.=159.8°3131 obs. 2016 Sept. 12-2017 Mar. 27risk, radar target
2016 TB18V=22.5, el.=101.5°490 obs. 2016 Oct. 7-2017 Feb. 24
2016 TKV=23.0, el.=148.0°456 obs. 2016 Oct. 1-2017 Mar. 19
2016 SM2V=24.0, el.=107.5°824 obs. 2016 Sept. 25-Oct. 7
2016 RQ1V=23.2, el.=152.8°640 obs. 2016 Sept. 4-30
2016 PC8V=23.8, el.=127.6°625 obs. 2016 Aug. 3-Sept. 6
2016 JJ17V=23.9, el.=93.0°452 obs. 2016 May 4-June 2
2016 HL3V=24.3, el.=99.9°441 obs. 2016 Apr. 27-June 8
2016 HF2V=24.2, el.=84.1°577 obs. 2016 Apr. 25-May 4
2016 GA3V=24.1, el.=80.1°529 obs. 2016 Apr. 3-10
2016 FS13V=24.8, el.=126.0°515 obs. 2016 Mar. 29-Apr. 3
2016 FU12V=24.1, el.=142.9°719 obs. 2016 Mar. 28-Apr. 1
2016 FR12V=22.7, el.=132.3°531 obs. 2016 Mar. 28-Apr. 15
2016 CR247V=23.4, el.=78.0°437 obs. 2016 Feb. 11-Apr. 22
2015 TC25V=23.2, el.=170.7°233 obs. at 2 opp. 2015-2017risk, radar target
2015 SO2V=24.7, el.=81.7°198 obs. at 2 opp. 2015-2016
2015 NA14V=24.1, el.=73.6°1456 obs. at 3 opp. 2014-2016
2015 FO124V=23.9, el.=96.1°423 obs. 2015 Feb. 18-May 21
2015 FJ36 - 487583V=23.2, el.=106.5°1120 obs. at 3 opp. 2015-2017
2015 FM33V=22.8, el.=136.1°324 obs. at 2 opp. 2015-2016
2014 VL6V=22.8, el.=75.1°4145 obs. 2014 Nov. 11-2015 Jan. 23
2014 PZ58V=24.6, el.=135.1°349 obs. at 2 opp. 2014-
2014 NJ65V=22.7, el.=97.5°9From 7 obs. 2014 July 7-9. E-assumed.risk
2014 MK55V=22.6, el.=175.7°458 obs. at 2 opp. 2014-2015
2014 BT8V=25.0, el.=95.1°558 obs. 2014 Jan. 23-29
2013 XV8V=23.8, el.=74.0°1280 obs. at 2 opp. 2013-2016
2013 UE3 - 471984V=24.4, el.=48.2°2108 obs. at 4 opp. 2013-2016
2013 PZ38V=23.3, el.=141.6°643 obs. 2013 Aug. 9-Sept. 14
2013 NX - 433303V=23.3, el.=81.3°2163 obs. at 3 opp. 2013-2016
2013 NJV=24.1, el.=116.9°0238 obs. at 3 opp. 2013-2017
2013 HO11V=23.9, el.=85.2°478 obs. at 2 opp. 2013-
2013 BZ45 - 454094V=22.8, el.=60.8°0161 obs. at 4 opp. 2013-2017
2012 XL16V=23.5, el.=107.5°531 obs. 2012 Dec. 6-16
2012 HD20V=23.7, el.=61.1°277 obs. at 2 opp. 2012-2016
2011 PU1V=23.1, el.=140.9°0105 obs. at 3 opp. 2011-2014
2011 HF - 420210V=22.2, el.=100.7°0167 obs. at 2 opp. 2011-2015
2011 EM51 - 414990V=22.5, el.=105.6°0209 obs. at 5 opp. 2011-2017
2011 EKV=23.4, el.=66.5°653 obs. 2011 Mar. 1-29
2011 CG71 - 482234V=23.9, el.=85.7°163 obs. at 3 opp. 2011-2016
2011 BT15 - 471240V=22.5, el.=143.9°0214 obs. at 4 opp. 2007-2017
2011 AA23V=24.4, el.=130.7°542 obs. 2011 Jan. 11-Mar. 13
2010 VB1V=24.7, el.=51.7°269 obs. at 3 opp. 2010-2016
2010 MS1V=23.4, el.=52.9°434 obs. 2010 June 21-July 23
2010 CF19V=24.8, el.=72.3°0171 obs. at 3 opp. 2010-2014
2008 SO - 410649V=23.2, el.=86.3°0223 obs. at 3 opp. 2008-2014
2008 NP3V=23.9, el.=123.7°063 obs. at 3 opp. 2008-2010
2008 JV19 - 281375V=23.0, el.=76.9°1583 obs. at 8 opp. 2008-2016
2008 GC110V=23.1, el.=103.2°098 obs. at 3 opp. 2008-2017
2007 RQ17 - 293726V=22.2, el.=136.5°0127 obs. at 6 opp. 2007-2015
2007 PS9V=23.5, el.=109.5°371 obs. 2007 Aug. 12-2008 Feb. 13
2006 QQ23V=22.2, el.=55.1°146 obs. at 3 opp. 2006-2014
2006 OT9V=23.2, el.=45.1°079 obs. at 2 opp. 2006-2012
2006 KV89 - 452807V=23.4, el.=49.1°0107 obs. at 5 opp. 2006-2016
2006 KQ1V=22.4, el.=103.8°153 obs. at 2 opp. 2006-2017
2006 DXV=24.1, el.=120.1°067 obs. at 2 opp. 2006-2017
2005 JS108 - 187040V=22.7, el.=78.0°0434 obs. at 8 opp. 2002-2017
2005 EE - 265482V=22.2, el.=117.7°0374 obs. at 5 opp. 2004-2017radar target
2004 QD14 - 450300V=22.3, el.=47.8°0132 obs. at 6 opp. 2004-2016
2004 EW - 164202V=22.3, el.=95.1°0405 obs. at 9 opp. 2004-2015
2004 BW18V=24.4, el.=94.1°493 obs. 2003 Dec. 30-2004 Apr. 13
2003 MM - 416283V=23.1, el.=52.4°0106 obs. at 5 opp. 2002-2016
2003 HT42V=23.7, el.=93.9°6110 obs. 2003 Apr. 29-May 11
2003 EZ16V=22.8, el.=122.6°0105 obs. at 2 opp. 2003-2017
2002 VU114V=23.8, el.=61.0°054 obs. at 2 opp. 2002-2011
2002 SRV=22.7, el.=91.9°055 obs. at 4 opp. 2002-2017
2001 XV266 - 218017V=23.1, el.=45.0°0188 obs. at 5 opp. 2001-2014
2001 VC2V=23.3, el.=62.7°247 obs. at 2 opp. 2001-2003
2001 AV43V=24.2, el.=170.6°0101 obs. at 2 opp. 2000-2013
2000 TL1V=22.6, el.=149.3°528 obs. at 2 opp. 2000-
2000 SJ344 - 326354V=23.7, el.=112.8°037 obs. at 4 opp. 2000-2012
2000 SD8 - 337252V=22.6, el.=47.7°089 obs. at 5 opp. 2000-2012
2000 FJ10 - 190491V=23.9, el.=92.6°0235 obs. at 6 opp. 2000-2014
1999 RQ36 - 101955 BennuV=23.6, el.=78.6°0561 obs. at 3 opp. 1999-2013Osiris-REx mission destination (planned), risk, links
1999 AQ10 - 208023V=22.1, el.=64.3°0321 obs. at 5 opp. 1999-2017links
1998 MW5V=22.5, el.=50.2°1154 obs. at 3 opp. 1998-2000
1997 XR2 - 433953V=22.9, el.=87.0°0392 obs. at 5 opp. 1997-2017radar target
1982 HR - 3361 OrpheusV=22.8, el.=55.1°0620 obs. at 14 opp. 1982-2014
1982 DB - 4660 NereusV=22.3, el.=80.4°0519 obs. at 12 opp. 1981-2015


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