MPC Ephemerides for Objects with Impact Solutions & Recently in News
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.

List dated as of 1640 UTC on 24 February 2020




Last news

2020 DR2V=17.8, el.=121.6°3.85920442020-02-244.35e-060-2.19-2.6
2020 DO2V=24.4, el.=161.9°1.19720672020-02-225.9665301e-060-5.91-6.48
2020 DC2V=22.0, el.=113.6°4.00020292020-02-218.51077e-080-4.21-4.92
2020 DJ1V=21.0, el.=110.2°2.87220832020-02-211.52839131e-050-4.95-5.32
2020 DWV=26.3, el.=55.5°2.38720502020-02-199.25e-060-8.01-8.37NHATS target
2020 DKV=21.9, el.=128.6°4.89520772020-02-212.021031e-050-5.43-6.1
2020 CO2V=nil, el.=7.2°4.81920482020-02-207.6515525e-050-4.84-4.95
2020 CK2V=24.0, el.=143.1°5.14620572020-02-240.0024261556520-4.79-4.90NHATS target
2020 CF2V=20.9, el.=157.7°7.96720722020-02-217.964179e-060-6.79-7.11NHATS target
2020 CQ1V=24.3, el.=138.9°0.84220522020-02-063.76e-030-4.47-5.07NHATS target
2020 CE1V=24.4, el.=157.4°14.16320952020-02-166.379e-060-5.65-5.93
2020 CWV=nil, el.=13.3°0.13220462020-02-042.1177938e-050-7.76-7.76
2020 CQV=27.8, el.=52.2°7.80820512020-02-033.9583e-060-6.33-6.53
2020 CMV=25.2, el.=168.7°0.97721192020-02-028.396e-100-10.80-10.8
2020 BA15V=25.3, el.=152.4°14.02420512020-02-144.656e-080-8.23-8.53
2020 BJ14V=22.5, el.=165.5°21.84720822020-02-222.30012e-060-5.41-5.42
2020 BA14V=23.1, el.=62.7°17.96120552020-02-143.39e-080-6.08-6.08
2020 BA13V=26.3, el.=161.6°5.20120622020-02-079.233298e-070-8.08-8.69
2020 BY11V=26.2, el.=167.9°6.91521142020-02-131.56e-070-8.48-8.92
2020 BW5V=27.4, el.=37.9°15.77320462020-02-072.468583e-050-5.15-5.20NHATS target
2020 BB5V=27.2, el.=163.6°2.89820872020-01-272.36e-040-6.19-6.22NHATS target
2020 BY4V=29.5, el.=28.9°5.90720552020-02-018.356951e-060-5.41-5.79
2020 BK3V=25.4, el.=138.8°11.77520912020-02-079.14e-040-4.18-4.18
2020 BH3V=25.3, el.=65.2°2.93020592020-01-251.1340673e-060-6.79-7.13NHATS target
2020 BY1V=26.1, el.=148.8°12.79520492020-02-035.182e-060-5.57-5.57
2020 BHV=23.8, el.=167.6°28.06021042020-02-232.2276e-050-6.67-6.83NHATS target
2020 BBV=26.2, el.=79.2°8.35421142020-01-282.39e-100-11.86-11.86NHATS target
2020 AN3V=20.6, el.=106.6°106.30721062020-02-241.38e-070-4.76-4.76
2020 AY1V=24.0, el.=110.9°45.01321032020-02-214.62e-110-10.85-10.85NHATS target
2019 YV1V=24.4, el.=111.5°44.04720902020-02-151.1235915e-050-5.47-5.62NHATS target
2019 WV1V=29.8, el.=112.5°8.80520782020-01-242.86e-060-7.42-7.89NHATS target
2017 FB1V=24.6, el.=31.6°36.95720982020-02-033.01e-070-5.68-5.97
2017 AA21V=30.6, el.=47.3°0.98020242020-02-152.3962655e-060-6.01-6.64
2016 AZ193V=30.7, el.=43.0°0.15920202020-01-292.1924636e-060-6.31-7.22NHATS target
2011 CF66V=30.6, el.=58.9°0.17820212020-02-181.41685698e-050-6.04-7.22NHATS target
2010 XCV=31.6, el.=96.8°0.05820212020-01-272.9148124e-060-7.45-8.56NHATS target
2009 VZ39V=31.4, el.=56.6°0.04320202020-02-176.986615e-060-6.31-7.87
2008 JD33V=31.5, el.=66.0°0.11220212020-02-152.430918e-070-7.82-9.12
Note: The above risk-rated objects stay listed here until scrolled off the CRT page for lack of news.

Visibility - apparent magnitude & solar elongation at 0600 UTC on Feb. 25th
           - V > 22.0 is out of view for most observers & V > 24.4 is out of view for almost everyone else
           - el. < 60.0° is leaving view for many observers & el. < 40.0° is out of view for everyone
Arc        - the longest observing arc (in days) used by either risk monitor for its risk analysis
VI#1       - the year with the earliest virtual impactor solution currently listed by either risk monitor
Last news  - last day UTC on which A/CC had news to report about this object's risk assessment
Cum. prob. - highest cumulative probability calculated for Earth impact (1.0/1.0e-06 = "one in a million")
TS         - highest Torino Scale rating reported by either risk monitor for this object
PS cum.    - highest Palermo Scale cumulative rating reported by either risk monitor
PS max.    - highest Palermo Scale maximum rating reported by either risk monitor

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