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MPC Ephemerides for NEA Potential Mission Destinations
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As a convenience to NEO observers, this form obtains ephemerides from the IAU Minor Planet Center, which is not associated with A/CC.
Objects here are from the Potentially Accessible Asteroids list compiled from several sources by Josh Hopkins of Lockheed Martin,
  except that objects noted as PMD (potential mission destination) candidates have not yet been added to that list.
Astrometry is appreciated for all objects but may not be necessary for those with uncertainties near zero arcsec.
  Photometry is welcome for any object but note that a few have been previously studied.

Data compiled at 1555 UTC on 28 September 2016, presented in reverse designation order in two lists, starting with objects for which
  observations are possibly achievable for most observers, followed by objects for larger telescopes.

Object

Visibility today

U
Unc.
"

Observation Arc

Notes
361532 2007 HF44V=21.6, el.=63.1°3N/A108 obs. at 5 opp. 2007-2015
256004 2006 UPV=21.1, el.=127.8°1N/A152 obs. at 6 opp. 2002-2014
292220 2006 SU49V=21.4, el.=143.0°2N/A225 obs. at 6 opp. 2001-2013
2006 SF6V=21.8, el.=79.5°21292 obs. at 4 opp. 2006-2016
2006 QQ23V=21.9, el.=69.5°2046 obs. at 3 opp. 2006-2014
163899 2003 SD220V=19.6, el.=41.2°2N/A408 obs. at 8 opp. 2000-2015
302871 2003 HA22V=20.7, el.=146.9°1N/A158 obs. at 5 opp. 2003-2016
382758 2003 GYV=19.8, el.=121.6°0N/A279 obs. at 6 opp. 2003-2016
2003 GAV=21.9, el.=105.8°0-304 obs. at 5 opp. 2003-2016lost
401954 2002 RW25V=20.9, el.=62.3°3N/A107 obs. at 4 opp. 2002-2014
163249 2002 GTV=19.7, el.=63.2°0N/A1377 obs. at 7 opp. 2002-2016
141018 2001 WC47V=22.0, el.=83.1°0N/A1279 obs. at 8 opp. 1991-2014
140158 2001 SX169V=21.0, el.=40.2°1N/A266 obs. at 9 opp. 2001-2015
162911 2001 LL5V=18.6, el.=129.8°1N/A178 obs. at 6 opp. 2001-2013
173664 2001 JU2V=18.7, el.=118.3°1N/A181 obs. at 8 opp. 2001-2016
138404 2000 HA24V=20.7, el.=90.2°1N/A229 obs. at 10 opp. 1989-2016
138175 2000 EE104V=21.5, el.=63.6°1N/A751 obs. at 17 opp. 2000-2015
357024 1999 YR14V=18.0, el.=81.1°1N/A134 obs. at 8 opp. 1999-2016
137799 1999 YBV=21.9, el.=46.2°2N/A456 obs. at 7 opp. 1991-2014
275611 1999 XX262V=18.6, el.=128.3°1N/A361 obs. at 7 opp. 1974-2015
413002 1999 VG22V=20.9, el.=106.5°1N/A131 obs. at 8 opp. 1998-2015
208023 1999 AQ10V=21.7, el.=46.3°1N/A262 obs. at 4 opp. 1999-2009links
152671 1998 HL3V=21.8, el.=54.6°2N/A270 obs. at 8 opp. 1998-2016
1994 UGV=20.6, el.=164.9°1-278 obs. at 5 opp. 1994-2016lost
65679 1989 UQV=20.5, el.=85.5°2N/A397 obs. at 9 opp. 1954-2011
10302 1989 MLV=22.0, el.=45.5°0N/A368 obs. at 9 opp. 1989-2015
Visibility  - apparent magnitude & solar elongation at 0600 UTC on Sept. 29th
            - V > 22.0 is out of view for most observers & V > 24.4 is out of view for almost everyone else
              (objects are initially checked only if V < 20.0, within limiting magnitude of many observers)
            - el. < 60° is leaving view for many observers & el. < 40° is out of view for everyone
U parameter - quantifies the uncertainty in the orbit solution, from 0 (best) to 9
              like Orbit Condition Code (OCC) on PAA target list, except OCC is from JPL & U from the MPC
Unc. "      - sky path uncertainty in arcseconds
Notes       - lost = MPES says "Leave for survey recovery" or uncertainty info not given


Objects possibly achievable with larger telescopes:

Object

Visibility today

U
Unc.
"

Observation Arc

Notes
2012 UV136V=24.0, el.=119.8°20121 obs. at 5 opp. 2012-2016PMD candidate
2011 UV63V=23.7, el.=87.5°2N/A63 obs. at 2 opp. 2011-2016PMD candidate
2011 TN9V=24.5, el.=59.5°1N/A352 obs. at 2 opp. 2011-2015PMD candidate
2011 CG2V=23.4, el.=81.1°0N/A369 obs. at 2 opp. 2011-2016
2009 CVV=24.7, el.=115.2°0N/A174 obs. at 4 opp. 2009-2016priority PMD
2008 HS3V=22.2, el.=159.3°02447 obs. at 3 opp. 2008-2014
2007 RO17V=24.9, el.=110.6°8N/A18 obs. 2007 Sept. 12-16
2006 XD2V=23.1, el.=110.2°21310 obs. at 4 opp. 2006-2014
2006 WBV=24.6, el.=44.6°1273 obs. at 2 opp. 2006-2014
2006 RJ1V=24.2, el.=56.8°4N/A111 obs. at 2 opp. 2006-2007
2005 VN5V=24.0, el.=158.3°6N/A62 obs. 2005 Nov. 10-12impact risk
351508 2005 RN33V=23.5, el.=72.0°1N/A119 obs. at 5 opp. 2005-2014
2005 GKV=22.3, el.=85.5°2N/A52 obs. at 4 opp. 2005-2011
2005 ER95V=24.6, el.=175.6°6N/A47 obs. 2005 Mar. 10-Apr. 10
2005 CNV=24.8, el.=48.5°4N/A61 obs. at 6 opp. 2005-2009
2004 PJ2V=22.8, el.=151.0°10125 obs. at 5 opp. 1999-2014
382875 2004 KE1V=23.3, el.=87.9°1N/A111 obs. at 4 opp. 2004-2013
2004 BE86V=24.4, el.=68.8°1N/A161 obs. at 3 opp. 2003-2016
344756 2003 VO2V=24.2, el.=44.3°3N/A62 obs. at 5 opp. 2003-2015
2003 SM84V=24.5, el.=72.2°3N/A98 obs. at 3 opp. 2003-2015priority PMD
416283 2003 MMV=23.1, el.=101.2°1N/A103 obs. at 5 opp. 2002-2016
264993 2003 DX10V=22.6, el.=119.8°1N/A198 obs. at 6 opp. 2003-2011
2002 TS69V=23.2, el.=100.8°1055 obs. at 2 opp. 2002-2016
2002 SRV=22.5, el.=99.1°2N/A50 obs. at 4 opp. 2002-2016
363305 2002 NV16V=24.3, el.=50.7°0N/A373 obs. at 6 opp. 2002-2014
154019 2002 CZ9V=24.7, el.=120.8°1N/A63 obs. at 4 opp. 2002-2005
2002 AT4V=24.5, el.=151.4°0N/A195 obs. at 2 opp. 2001-2006
252558 2001 WT1V=23.3, el.=75.1°2N/A134 obs. at 5 opp. 2001-2010
228502 2001 TE2V=22.8, el.=47.9°2N/A54 obs. at 5 opp. 2000-2009
138911 2001 AE2V=22.6, el.=40.7°0N/A472 obs. at 9 opp. 1984-2015
326354 2000 SJ344V=25.0, el.=49.3°1N/A37 obs. at 4 opp. 2000-2012
2000 SS43V=24.3, el.=92.5°7N/A26 obs. 2000 Sept. 26-Dec. 1
264308 1999 NA5V=23.2, el.=63.3°1N/A127 obs. at 6 opp. 1999-2016
1999 FN19V=24.3, el.=156.8°2N/A141 obs. 1999 Mar. 20-Apr. 21
350462 1998 KG3V=24.7, el.=40.8°2N/A147 obs. at 4 opp. 1998-2013
412983 1996 FO3V=23.0, el.=53.1°1N/A114 obs. at 6 opp. 1996-2015
136635 1994 VA1V=22.4, el.=83.8°2N/A200 obs. at 11 opp. 1994-2015
52381 1993 HAV=23.5, el.=56.7°1N/A284 obs. at 8 opp. 1993-2016
65717 1993 BX3V=24.9, el.=52.3°1N/A100 obs. at 6 opp. 1992-2016


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 Listing count = 65 objects, of which 7 are initially checked.

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