<10=less than 10 LD from Earth

EBN Timeline for August 2010

<SI=inside Earth SOI (sphere of influence)
M<1=less than 1 LD from the Moon
E<1=less than 1 LD from Earth (intruder)
LD = lunar distance (average Earth-Moon distance)
31 Aug. 2010
UTBoundary Transitions<10<SIM<1E<1Events
16422010 RL43 enters 10-LD bubble700008532010 QG2 discovered by LINEAR at 10.61 LD inbound, mag 17.4 reported, elon. 157.8°
14212010 QG2 enters 10-LD bubble600003512012 DM32 closest Earth approach = 9.86 LD - Note: JPL reports an approach to 10.0 LD (9.1 minimum) at 0344 UTC with an uncertainty of +/- 22 minutes.
08112010 RF12 enters 10-LD bubble5000
30 Aug. 2010
UTBoundary Transitions<10<SIM<1E<1
19252010 RZ11 exits 10-LD bubble4000
06532012 DM32 enters 10-LD bubble5000
29 Aug. 2010
UTBoundary Transitions<10<SIM<1E<1Events
01462010 RM80 enters 10-LD bubble400018032010 RC closest Earth approach = 9.26 LD
27 Aug. 2010
UTBoundary Transitions<10<SIM<1E<1Events
21202010 RZ11 exits Earth SOI300018302010 RZ11 closest Earth approach = 2.38 LD
15402010 RZ11 enters Earth SOI3100
09162010 RC enters 10-LD bubble3000
26 Aug. 2010
UTBoundary Transitions<10<SIM<1E<1
15382010 SZ3 enters 10-LD bubble2000
24 Aug. 2010
UTBoundary Transitions<10<SIM<1E<1
17362010 RZ11 enters 10-LD bubble1000
23 Aug. 2010
UTBoundary Transitions<10<SIM<1E<1
22202010 RY11 exits 10-LD bubble0000
21 Aug. 2010
UTEvents
21552010 RY11 closest Earth approach = 9.07 LD - Note: JPL reports an approach to 9.0 LD (8.8 minimum) at 2303 UTC with an uncertainty of +/- 2 hours and 16 minutes.
19 Aug. 2010
UTBoundary Transitions<10<SIM<1E<1Events
21202010 RY11 enters 10-LD bubble100007492010 GU21 last observed optically, by ARO Westfield at 176.06 LD outbound, V=21.6 reported
15 Aug. 2010
UTEvents
07592010 PS66 discovered by LINEAR at 11.85 LD outbound, mag 19.1 reported, elon. 131.8°
13 Aug. 2010
UTBoundary Transitions<10<SIM<1E<1
01542010 PJ9 exits 10-LD bubble0000
12 Aug. 2010
UTBoundary Transitions<10<SIM<1E<1
16302010 PS66 exits 10-LD bubble1000
10 Aug. 2010
UTEvents
07032010 PJ9 last observed optically, by ARO Westfield at 3.13 LD outbound, V=16.4 reported, elon. 79.8°
9 Aug. 2010
UTBoundary Transitions<10<SIM<1E<1Events
17122010 PH9 exits 10-LD bubble200019542010 PJ9 closest Earth approach = 2.81 LD
7 Aug. 2010
UTEvents
19182010 PH9 last observed optically, by Shenton Park Obs. at 7.89 LD outbound, V=19.65 calculated
6 Aug. 2010
UTBoundary Transitions<10<SIM<1E<1
14012010 PJ9 enters 10-LD bubble3000
5 Aug. 2010
UTEvents
06302010 PJ9 discovered by LINEAR at 13.78 LD inbound, mag 18.3 reported, elon. 170.3°
4 Aug. 2010
UTEvents
18042010 PH9 closest Earth approach = 6.27 LD
06472010 PH9 discovered by LINEAR at 6.31 LD inbound, mag 18.3 reported, elon. 173.3°
06442010 PJ9 observed first, by LINEAR at 16.68 LD inbound, mag 18.6 reported, elon. 170.8°
2 Aug. 2010
UTEvents
17442010 PS66 closest Earth approach = 5.78 LD


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