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 1702 UTC on 20 April 2019




Last news

2019 GU19V=22.0, el.=171.8°1.27020652019-04-151.2e-060-6.17-6.45
2019 GS19V=21.1, el.=164.9°4.89120692019-04-171.512e-070-7.27-7.27
2019 GG19V=20.8, el.=149.5°5.90121142019-04-151.68e-090-8.65-8.65
2019 GC6V=29.8, el.=14.4°17.39720802019-04-198.49e-070-7.27-7.28NHATS target
2019 GO4V=32.9, el.=14.0°8.61620592019-04-116.49e-080-6.89-6.89
2019 GD4V=23.5, el.=164.3°8.96920622019-04-142.93748757e-050-6.07-6.40
2019 GK3V=23.4, el.=165.2°9.98821032019-04-159.74e-060-7.65-7.71NHATS target
2019 GF3V=24.4, el.=139.6°6.70120932019-04-126.51e-100-8.41-8.41
2019 GD1V=21.8, el.=171.4°12.84521152019-04-181.77e-060-3.38-3.38
2019 FU1V=26.3, el.=158.4°5.12520782019-04-181.97866e-060-6.75-6.86
2019 FT1V=24.6, el.=166.8°11.22621042019-04-181.85e-060-7.01-7.04
2019 FB1V=26.8, el.=64.8°2.56521132019-04-123.143e-060-7.22-7.38
2019 FEV=21.8, el.=171.6°27.90421062019-04-181.863e-060-5.63-5.63
2019 EDV=25.3, el.=65.3°16.04921132019-04-191.94e-080-9.15-9.15NHATS target
2019 DS1V=25.5, el.=114.8°34.04620692019-04-050.0005231883170-3.74-3.85
2019 DM1V=29.1, el.=140.3°9.16720722019-04-204.52e-070-7.68-7.68
2019 DJ1V=29.2, el.=31.3°393.36521082019-04-122.06e-070-8.00-8.0NHATS target
2019 DPV=24.6, el.=123.5°41.90720732019-04-181.09907e-050-5.25-5.75NHATS target
2019 AC3V=27.7, el.=65.3°13.87520912019-04-182.11e-040-5.16-5.17NHATS target
2019 AW2V=28.8, el.=102.9°13.92920722019-04-182.863e-060-5.67-5.67
2018 YW2V=23.6, el.=163.1°73.99720692019-04-184.327e-070-6.02-6.02
2018 YQ2V=27.1, el.=68.5°9.04420802019-04-182.926e-070-7.50-7.67NHATS target
2018 XB4V=25.0, el.=63.2°41.78320712019-04-180.0001775028240-3.58-3.60NHATS target
2018 XW3V=30.1, el.=86.4°21.16020422019-04-184.467e-090-8.69-8.69
2018 XX2V=30.0, el.=94.9°31.87021062019-04-181.539e-070-7.55-7.55
2018 QEV=31.0, el.=83.5°14.28820362019-04-181.099948e-050-6.65-7.13NHATS target
2018 LE1V=28.8, el.=54.9°15.99121022019-04-184.52e-070-8.06-8.06NHATS target
2018 LMV=27.5, el.=60.4°23.00221122019-04-181.148e-060-6.54-6.82NHATS target
2018 EL4V=27.0, el.=74.2°30.07221022019-04-186.08e-070-6.78-7.26NHATS target
2018 EV3V=32.8, el.=67.8°4.06120812019-04-189.3828e-070-7.14-7.27
2018 DBV=32.7, el.=16.4°6.81320682019-04-181.15738e-060-7.32-7.37
2018 CKV=31.3, el.=124.7°12.92820702019-04-188.82e-110-10.68-10.68
2018 AU18V=33.3, el.=129.8°5.25420462019-04-182.410745e-060-6.78-6.93
2017 XY2V=28.1, el.=52.5°6.81221082019-04-187.29e-080-8.53-8.53NHATS target
2017 WE28V=29.9, el.=55.9°13.93720392019-04-182.033416e-060-6.46-6.68NHATS target
2017 VF14V=30.6, el.=76.1°6.05320802019-04-187.2423e-070-7.96-8.23
2017 VJV=26.2, el.=10.4°32.90221092019-04-182.58e-060-5.68-5.97
2017 UQ7V=29.0, el.=43.6°16.00020962019-04-184.016e-080-7.60-7.60
2017 UL7V=30.7, el.=92.2°16.84020412019-04-183.471e-070-5.68-5.68
2017 USV=28.1, el.=3.5°27.71620852019-04-180.00158727880-3.68-4.04NHATS target
2017 TT3V=27.8, el.=52.7°21.99820592019-04-181.3427e-070-7.33-7.53NHATS target
2017 TU1V=27.4, el.=11.7°11.49520762019-04-181.1978e-070-7.70-8.12
2017 RV2V=27.3, el.=111.6°38.04820612019-04-181.27e-040-4.85-5.08NHATS target
2017 JB2V=30.0, el.=75.5°23.02621102019-04-187.494e-070-8.59-8.89NHATS target
2017 FC1V=33.1, el.=27.8°18.19420642019-04-182.302e-070-7.24-7.24
2017 BG92V=32.0, el.=57.9°11.13520612019-04-181.35e-050-6.90-6.98NHATS target
2016 JA6V=28.6, el.=5.3°14.81620812019-04-186.11e-060-6.13-6.49
2016 FF14V=32.2, el.=67.0°4.17321062019-04-181.058e-080-9.30-9.39
2015 XA378V=31.4, el.=50.0°11.78220902019-04-185.41e-050-4.60-4.83
2015 XPV=29.8, el.=128.6°27.85820672019-04-208.08e-070-6.58-6.84
2015 VO142V=31.2, el.=27.1°15.57020462019-04-207.76e-060-7.40-7.70NHATS target
2015 HE183V=33.9, el.=67.6°5.15220802019-04-204.3e-070-8.02-8.44
2015 BW516V=33.7, el.=32.8°10.47620462019-04-208.31e-050-5.30-5.53
2014 SR223V=32.1, el.=34.8°11.14820632019-04-202.03e-060-6.41-6.41
2014 QN266V=29.1, el.=21.2°72.90320782019-04-181.65e-060-6.73-6.79NHATS target
2014 QF33V=26.8, el.=14.3°31.88620722019-04-204.23e-070-5.55-5.81
2014 JU79V=25.0, el.=77.4°1.95620412019-04-128.18e-100-8.01-8.08NHATS target
2014 HT197V=nil, el.=45.9°7.11820702019-04-095.4e-110-11.87-11.87
2014 HG196V=30.8, el.=10.0°1.03020202019-04-109.745286e-070-6.46-7.44
2013 WMV=29.3, el.=66.8°11.95320472019-04-204.51e-070-5.21-5.3
2012 ES10V=28.4, el.=97.8°12.94420542019-04-181.87e-060-4.74-5.02
2008 USV=nil, el.=67.8°0.08120202019-04-195.0549051e-060-7.15-7.37
Note: The above risk-rated objects stay listed here until scrolled off the CRT page for lack of news.

These next risk-rated objects are not under active observation but some may be achievable targets:

ObjectVisibilityObs. ArcNotes
2019 DF2V=22.1, el.=121.0°1 day arc, last obs. 2019 Feb. 19
2019 CM4V=23.9, el.=58.9°34 day arc, last obs. 2019 Mar. 14
2019 AU14V=22.1, el.=84.6°2 day arc, last obs. 2019 Jan. 13
2019 AF14V=22.3, el.=83.8°1 day arc, last obs. 2019 Jan. 10
2017 SH33V=23.4, el.=158.3°1 day arc, last obs. 2017 Sept. 26
2016 WN55V=21.9, el.=41.3°2 day arc, last obs. 2016 Nov. 20
2016 NL56V=22.9, el.=76.4°3 day arc, last obs. 2016 July 15
2016 JR38V=23.9, el.=81.2°5 day arc, last obs. 2016 May 8NHATS target
2016 HF3V=24.1, el.=95.5°42 day arc, last obs. 2016 June 8
2015 HV182V=24.4, el.=46.9°6 day arc, last obs. 2015 Apr. 21
2014 HN197V=24.1, el.=161.4°2 day arc, last obs. 2014 Apr. 25
2010 GD37V=20.5, el.=155.5°3 day arc, last obs. 2010 Apr. 9
2010 DG77V=22.2, el.=106.3°1 day arc, last obs. 2010 Feb. 19
2010 AU118V=1.7, el.=159.1°1 day arc, last obs. 2010 Jan. 15
2009 FDV=22.8, el.=58.3°
2007 FT3V=21.7, el.=52.6°1 day arc, last obs. 2007 Mar. 21
2006 CDV=24.1, el.=129.7°2 day arc, last obs. 2006 Feb. 3
2001 CA21V=23.2, el.=63.0°2 day arc, last obs. 2001 Feb. 4

Visibility - apparent magnitude & solar elongation at 0600 UTC on April 21st
           - 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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