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Traffic Report  on 21 March '18

Eight objects reported inside ten LD

There are eight minor objects known to be less than ten lunar distances (LD) from our home world today. Nearest is newly announced 2018 ED9, which comes its closest to Earth on this passage, reaching 1.60 LD at 2317 UTC, and also its closest to the Moon -- 2.10 LD at 1840 UTC.

Neighborhood Traffic - sorted by Earth passage distance, grouped by 1.0, 2.41, 5.0 & 10.0 LD boundaries
Earth passage I D ~Size Distance today  Inside ten LD Notes
1.60 LD today 2018 ED9 13 m  1.60 LD March 14 - 29 NEW, NHATS target, Moon closest 2.10 LD
at 1840 UTC, Earth closest at 2317 UTC - MPEC
3.39 LD March 15 2018 FH1 16 m  7.18 to 8.18 LD March 6 - 23 NHATS target - DOU
3.93 LD March 18 2018 FE 8 m  7.68 to 10.11 LD March 15 - 21 exits ten LD
4.38 LD March 18 2018 ET1 18 m  5.72 to 6.67 LD March 11 - 24 NHATS target
4.45 LD today 2018 FG1 12 m  4.45 LD March 17 - 25 Earth closest at 0444 UTC, risk
5.24 LD March 23 2018 FC3 11 m  8.11 from 10.97 LD today - March 26 NEW, enters ten LD - MPEC
5.63 LD March 25 2018 FQ1 13 m  7.61 from 8.56 LD March 19 - April 1 NEW, NHATS target - MPEC
7.68 LD tomorrow 2018 EV1 27 m  7.75 from 8.45 LD March 19 - 24

This report was generated at 2150 UTC with six discoveries announced today and two from late yesterday. Of these, four are on approach (see traffic table below): 2018 FB3 (MPEC), 2018 FL2 (MPEC, DOU), 2018 FW1 (MPEC, DOU), and 2018 FR1 (MPEC), three are inside our ten-LD traffic reporting zone: inbound objects 2018 FC3 (MPEC) and 2018 FQ1 (MPEC), and passing 2018 ED9 (MPEC). And one has already departed. 2018 FD2 (MPEC, DOU) passed us at 2.36 LD on March 17th. Today's DOU MPEC has the recovery of distant risk-listed 2016 FV13, first follow-up for outbound 2018 FH1, and continuing follow-up for approaching objects 2018 EJ4, 2018 DH1, and 1999 FN19, and for departed objects 2018 FW, 2018 EF4, and 2018 EW1.

Approaching Traffic - sorted by 10-LD bubble entry date
Earth passage I D ~Size Distance today  Inside ten LD Notes
9.00 LD March 23 2018 FL2 25 m  10.62 from 13.17 LD tomorrow - March 24 NEW - MPEC, DOU
9.20 LD March 24 2018 FW1 33 m  10.30 from 11.15 LD tomorrow - March 27 NEW - MPEC, DOU
6.15 LD March 26 2018 FR1 16 m  12.97 from 15.45 LD March 23 - 29 NEW - MPEC
9.27 LD March 25 2018 FB3 31 m  14.30 from 17.18 LD March 24 - 26 NEW - MPEC
4.9   LD March 29* 2018 FB 61 m  15.8 from 17.7 LD March 25 - April 3 EPU +/- 6 mins.*
9.17 LD March 27 2018 DH1 214 m  19.90 from 22.86 LD March 26 - 28 DOU
6.22 LD April 1 2018 EM4 29 m  15.43 from 16.71 LD March 26 - April 6 NHATS target
4.0   LD April 2* 2004 FG29 21 m  39.3 from 42.7 LD March 30 - April 5 EPU +/- 1.03 hours*
9.24 LD April 14 2014 UR 16 m  24.28 from 25.11 LD April 10 - 18 NHATS target
6.2   LD May 8* 2016 JQ5 8 m  130.2 from 133.7 LD May 4 - 11 EPU +/- 14.00 hours*
9.65 LD May 7 1999 FN19 112 m  57.77 from 59.05 LD May 5 - 9 NHATS target - DOU
6.48 LD May 9 388945 2008 TZ3 282 m  112.76 from 115.66 LD May 5 - 13
9.50 LD May 29 68347 2001 KB67 371 m  271.21 from 276.79 LD May 28 - 30
5.6   LD June 10* 2018 EJ4 182 m  106.5 from 108.0 LD June 4 - 16 EPU +/- 4.20 hours*, NHATS target - DOU
8.96 LD June 11 2015 DP155 162 m  66.52 from 67.39 LD June 6 - 15 NHATS target
* EPU = Earth passage uncertainty



Notes: Ten times the distance to the Moon (ten LD) has no astronomical importance but is a useful boundary for reporting about transient natural objects that approach our planet's gravitational sphere of influence (SOI), which has a radius of about 2.41 LD from Earth's center. This puts a focus on some of the most important and very best NEO observation work, representative of the much larger NEO discovery and tracking effort. "Distant" is used here to describe an object that has come within ten LD since A/CC began these traffic reports (2007) but is not currently coming so close. Object temporal distances are derived by A/CC from JPL Horizons data. See also current sky chart and object details (alt-details), ephemerides, and today's timeline.

NEOCP Activity  on 21 March '18

The MPC's NEO Confirmation Page has 61 listings

When last checked at 2358 UTC today, the Minor Planet Center's Near Earth Object discovery Confirmation Page (NEOCP) had 61 objects listed. Of these, 27 were "one nighters." So far The Tracking News has counted a total of 100 listings on the NEOCP today.

To learn how observers use the NEOCP, see the Practical guide on how to observe NEOCP object at Suno Observatory by Birtwhistle et al.

New MPECs  on 21 March '18

Minor Planet Electronic Circulars

As of last check at 2358 UTC, there have been 31 MPECs posted today from the International Astronomical Union's Minor Planet Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts.


MPEC 2018-F85 - "23:37 UT" - Comet P/2005 JN = 2018 F2 (Spacewatch)


MPEC 2018-F84 - "17:32 UT" - 2018 FD3


MPEC 2018-F83 - "17:26 UT" - 2018 FC3


MPEC 2018-F82 - "17:21 UT" - 2018 FW2


MPEC 2018-F81 - "17:15 UT" - 2018 FB3


MPEC 2018-F80 - "17:09 UT" - 2018 FV2


MPEC 2018-F79 - "17:04 UT" - 2018 FA3


MPEC 2018-F78 - "16:55 UT" - 2018 FZ2


MPEC 2018-F77 - "16:39 UT" - 2018 FY2


MPEC 2018-F76 - "16:33 UT" - 2018 FX2


MPEC 2018-F75 - "16:26 UT" - 2018 FU2


MPEC 2018-F74 - "16:05 UT" - 2015 RN35


MPEC 2018-F73 - "16:02 UT" - 2013 KY5


<< DOU on 21 Mar. '18 >>  MPEC 2018-F72 - "14:08 UT" - Daily Orbit Update


MPEC 2018-F71 - "10:17 UT" - 2018 FM2


MPEC 2018-F70 - "01:57 UT" - 2018 FL2


MPEC 2018-F69 - "01:53 UT" - 2018 FK2


MPEC 2018-F68 - "01:50 UT" - 2018 FJ2


MPEC 2018-F67 - "01:46 UT" - 2018 FH2


MPEC 2018-F66 - "01:43 UT" - 2018 FG2


MPEC 2018-F65 - "01:39 UT" - 2018 FF2


MPEC 2018-F64 - "01:36 UT" - 2018 FE2


MPEC 2018-F63 - "01:09 UT" - 2018 ED9


MPEC 2018-F62 - "01:05 UT" - 2018 FD2


MPEC 2018-F61 - "01:01 UT" - 2018 FC2


MPEC 2018-F60 - "00:57 UT" - 2018 FB2


MPEC 2018-F59 - "00:53 UT" - 2018 FA2


MPEC 2018-F58 - "00:49 UT" - 2018 FZ1


MPEC 2018-F57 - "00:45 UT" - 2018 FY1


MPEC 2018-F56 - "00:41 UT" - 2018 FX1


MPEC 2018-F55 - "00:02 UT" - 2018 FW1

Observers  on 21 March '18

A total of 36 observers appear in today's MPECs.

CodeObserver / observatory
H21Astronomical Research Obs. Westfield in Illinois, 7 in MPEC 2018-F72 -- 2018 DM, 2018 CV1, 2017 WX12, 2016 PM, 2016 AH8, 2015 CU, 2000 WY28
T05ATLAS Haleakala in Hawaii, 1 in MPEC 2018-F72 -- 152952
T08ATLAS Mauna Loa in Hawaii, 1 in MPEC 2018-F55 -- 2018 FW1
Z84Calar Alto Schmidt in Spain, 1 in MPEC 2018-F85 -- P/2018 F2
703Catalina Sky Survey (CSS) in Arizona, 38 in MPECs 2018-F55, 2018-F56, 2018-F57, 2018-F62, 2018-F63, 2018-F65, 2018-F72 & 2018-F81 -- 2018 FY1, 2018 FX1, 2018 FW1, 2018 FW, 2018 FU, 2018 FF2, 2018 FD2, 2018 FB3, 2018 ED9, 2018 DX3, 2018 CZ13, 2009 SK104, 2007 EM, 1999 AF4, 66251, 53435, 513497, 474574, 465166, 435302, 422699, 368664, 31346, 248926, 214869, 204131, 172034, 162038, 15745, 142040, 141484, 136618, 12923, 11405, 9856, 4487, 1980, 1627
309&Marco Micheli via Cerro Paranal in Chile, 2 in MPECs 2018-F72 & 2018-F74 -- 2016 FV13, 2015 RN35
807|Robert Holmes in Illinois via Cerro Tololo Inter-American Obs. (CTIO) in Chile, 7 in MPECs 2018-F56, 2018-F57, 2018-F58, 2018-F64, 2018-F65, 2018-F80 & 2018-F82 -- 2018 FZ1, 2018 FY1, 2018 FX1, 2018 FW2, 2018 FV2, 2018 FF2, 2018 FE2
K87Dettelbach Vineyard Obs. in Germany, 2 in MPECs 2018-F62 & 2018-F72 -- 2018 FD2, 2018 CX13
113Drebach Obs. in Germany, 7 in MPECs 2018-F55 & 2018-F72 -- 2018 FW1, 2018 FW, 2018 FU, 2018 DX3, 2018 DH1, 2015 XE352, 2009 SK2
J04ESA Optical Ground Station (ESA OGS) in the Canary Islands, 3 in MPECs 2018-F72, 2018-F73 & 2018-F85 -- P/2018 F2, 2017 UQ, 2013 KY5
595Farra d'Isonzo Obs. in Italy, 1 in MPEC 2018-F55 -- 2018 FW1
J95Great Shefford Obs. in England, 2 in MPECs 2018-F62 & 2018-F63 -- 2018 FD2, 2018 ED9
511Haute Provence Obs. in Germany, 2 in MPECs 2018-F70 & 2018-F72 -- 2018 FS1, 2018 FL2
B15Inastars Obs. in Germany, 2 in MPECs 2018-F55 & 2018-F63 -- 2018 FW1, 2018 ED9
H15ISON New Mexico Obs. in New Mexico, 1 in MPEC 2018-F72 -- 115052
H06#M. Suzuki in Japan via iTelescope Obs. Mayhill in New Mexico, 1 in MPEC 2018-F55 -- 2018 FW1
W87LCO Cerro Tololo C in Chile, 2 in MPECs 2018-F79 & 2018-F82 -- 2018 FW2, 2018 FA3
H01Magdalena Ridge Obs. (MRO) in New Mexico, 9 in MPECs 2018-F55, 2018-F62, 2018-F63, 2018-F67, 2018-F70, 2018-F71, 2018-F77, 2018-F81 & 2018-F83 -- 2018 FY2, 2018 FW1, 2018 FM2, 2018 FL2, 2018 FH2, 2018 FD2, 2018 FC3, 2018 FB3, 2018 ED9
Z22MASTER IAC Obs. in the Canary Islands, 1 in MPEC 2018-F72 -- 9856
568^R. Wainscoat on Mauna Kea in Hawaii, 5 in MPECs 2018-F58, 2018-F59, 2018-F60, 2018-F61 & 2018-F82 -- 2018 FZ1, 2018 FW2, 2018 FC2, 2018 FB2, 2018 FA2
932McCarthy Obs. in Connecticut, 1 in MPEC 2018-F55 -- 2018 FW1
711McDonald Obs. in Texas, 12 in MPECs 2018-F58, 2018-F72, 2018-F76, 2018-F80 & 2018-F82 -- 2018 FZ1, 2018 FX2, 2018 FW2, 2018 FV2, 2018 EX3, 2018 ER4, 2018 EP1, 2018 EL4, 2018 EJ4, 2018 EF4, 2018 ED4, 2017 YE5
474Mt. John Obs. in New Zealand, 8 in MPECs 2018-F56, 2018-F57, 2018-F63, 2018-F70, 2018-F72, 2018-F81, 2018-F83 & 2018-F84 -- 2018 FY1, 2018 FX1, 2018 FL2, 2018 FD3, 2018 FC3, 2018 FB3, 2018 ER1, 2018 ED9
G96Mt. Lemmon Survey (MLS) in Arizona, 50 in MPECs 2018-F55, 2018-F57, 2018-F63, 2018-F64, 2018-F65, 2018-F66, 2018-F67, 2018-F68, 2018-F69, 2018-F70, 2018-F72, 2018-F83, 2018-F84 & 2018-F85 -- 2018 FY1, 2018 FX1, 2018 FW1, 2018 FL2, 2018 FK2, 2018 FJ2, 2018 FH2, 2018 FG2, 2018 FF2, 2018 FE2, 2018 FD3, 2018 FC3, P/2018 F2, 2018 EZ3, 2018 ED9, 2018 CZ13, 2018 CU1, 2018 BP5, 2018 BO3, 2015 RG36, 2014 FD7, 2010 TM3, 2009 SK2, 2009 SK104, 2007 TW68, 2007 EM, 2005 SC71, 2005 FN4, 2003 UR12, 1999 AF4, 68548, 496962, 480822, 467475, 436116, 422699, 411611, 363599, 348314, 31346, 285571, 277810, 152941, 143527, 141484, 136793, 136618, 8566, 4487, 1627
K74Muensterschwarzach Obs. in Germany, 4 in MPECs 2018-F55, 2018-F63 & 2018-F72 -- 2018 FW1, 2018 ED9, 25916, 1627
C23Olmen Obs. in Belgium, 1 in MPEC 2018-F72 -- 2015 XE352
F51Pan-STARRS 1 (PS1) in Hawaii, 18 in MPECs 2018-F55, 2018-F56, 2018-F58, 2018-F59, 2018-F60, 2018-F61, 2018-F69, 2018-F70, 2018-F71, 2018-F75, 2018-F76, 2018-F77, 2018-F78, 2018-F79, 2018-F80, 2018-F81, 2018-F82 & 2018-F84 -- 2018 FZ2, 2018 FZ1, 2018 FY2, 2018 FX2, 2018 FX1, 2018 FW2, 2018 FW1, 2018 FV2, 2018 FU2, 2018 FM2, 2018 FL2, 2018 FK2, 2018 FD3, 2018 FC2, 2018 FB3, 2018 FB2, 2018 FA3, 2018 FA2
204Schiaparelli Obs. in Italy, 5 in MPEC 2018-F72 -- 2018 EW3, 2018 EW1, 2018 EG, 2018 EF, 2018 DJ4
033Schwarzschild Obs. in Germany, 12 in MPECs 2018-F55, 2018-F56, 2018-F57, 2018-F59, 2018-F64, 2018-F65, 2018-F66, 2018-F67, 2018-F68, 2018-F78, 2018-F83 & 2018-F84 -- 2018 FZ2, 2018 FY1, 2018 FX1, 2018 FW1, 2018 FJ2, 2018 FH2, 2018 FG2, 2018 FF2, 2018 FE2, 2018 FD3, 2018 FC3, 2018 FA2
Y28Sertao de Itaparica Obs. (OASI) in Brazil, 2 in MPECs 2018-F72 & 2018-F73 -- 2017 UQ, 2013 KY5
W881Tony Evans in Portugal via Slooh.com Chile Obs. in Chile, 1 in MPEC 2018-F72 -- 2005 OX
691Spacewatch 0.9m telescope in Arizona, 13 in MPECs 2018-F58, 2018-F72, 2018-F76, 2018-F78 & 2018-F79 -- 2018 FZ2, 2018 FZ1, 2018 FX2, 2018 FA3, 2018 DY1, 2018 DX1, 2015 XE352, 2011 UH20, 2005 SC71, 2004 YK1, 2003 FS2, 1999 FN19, 13553
291Spacewatch 1.8m telescope in Arizona, 12 in MPECs 2018-F60, 2018-F68, 2018-F71, 2018-F72, 2018-F75, 2018-F76, 2018-F77 & 2018-F82 -- 2018 FY2, 2018 FX2, 2018 FW2, 2018 FU2, 2018 FM2, 2018 FJ2, 2018 FB2, 2018 EG, 2018 EF4, 2018 DB4, 2017 BD29, 2009 FF
I52Steward Obs. Mt. Lemmon Station in Arizona, 29 in MPECs 2018-F56, 2018-F57, 2018-F59, 2018-F60, 2018-F61, 2018-F62, 2018-F63, 2018-F64, 2018-F65, 2018-F66, 2018-F67, 2018-F68, 2018-F69, 2018-F70, 2018-F72, 2018-F78, 2018-F81, 2018-F83 & 2018-F84 -- 2018 FZ2, 2018 FY1, 2018 FY, 2018 FX1, 2018 FW, 2018 FL2, 2018 FK2, 2018 FJ2, 2018 FH2, 2018 FH1, 2018 FG2, 2018 FF2, 2018 FE2, 2018 FD3, 2018 FD2, 2018 FD1, 2018 FD, 2018 FC3, 2018 FC2, 2018 FB3, 2018 FB2, 2018 FB1, 2018 FA2, 2018 EJ4, 2018 ED9, 2018 DY1, 2018 DF2, 2018 CX13, 2017 VO15
Z52The Studios Obs., 1 in MPEC 2018-F72 -- 137062
T12UH/Tholen NEO Follow-Up 2.24m Telescope in Hawaii, 1 in MPEC 2018-F72 -- 2006 FG36
For a list of all participating observatories that have Web addresses, see A/CC's Observatory Links page.

Impact Risk Monitoring  on 21 March '18

Summary Risk Table for Risk Assessments Updated Today   (last checks: NEODyS at 2358 UTC)
See the CRT page for a list of all objects rated recently as risks and our ephemerides page for a list of risk-listed objects under current observation.
The time horizon for JPL is 100 years from today and for NEODyS is usually the year 2090. Both also post impact solutions beyond 100 years for a few special objects.
For the latest official risk assessments, and for explanations of the terminology, see the NASA/JPL Sentry and NEODyS CLOMON2 risk pages.
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Notes for Today's Latest Risk Assessments
2018 FY2JPL Sentry19382046-2111111.4833855e-06-6.07-6.460JPL: Computed at 11:46 today Pacific time based on 12 observations spanning 1.9175 days (2018-Mar-19.35513 to 2018-Mar-21.27264). Diameter approximately 0.024 km. from weighted mean H=25.73.
2018 FC2JPL Sentry19382099-209911.892e-06-5.78-5.780JPL #2 for the day: Computed at 11:51 today Pacific time based on 15 observations spanning 2.8956 days (2018-Mar-18.58001 to 2018-Mar-21.47558). Diameter approximately 0.039 km. from weighted mean H=24.70.
2018 FU1JPL Sentry03522049-21172234.28931161e-05-5.55-6.320JPL: Computed at 19:37 March 20th Pacific time based on 14 observations spanning 1.6718 days (2018-Mar-18.47342 to 2018-Mar-20.14524). Diameter approximately 0.014 km. from weighted mean H=26.94.
2018 FG1NEODyS16272075-2118199.81e-07-7.44-7.99n/aNEODyS: "Based on 21 optical observations (of which 2 are rejected as outliers) from 2018-03-18.265 to 2018-03-19.940."
2018 EL4JPL Sentry19382110-211018.097e-08-7.56-7.560JPL: Computed at 12:15 today Pacific time based on 52 observations spanning 5.9753 days (2018-Mar-14.20994 to 2018-Mar-20.18522). Diameter approximately 0.033 km. from weighted mean H=25.04.
NEODyS16272089-211045.69e-07-6.71-7.080NEODyS: "Based on 49 optical observations (of which 0 are rejected as outliers) from 2018-03-14.211 to 2018-03-20.141."
2018 ED4JPL Sentry19382108-210828.725e-07-3.70-3.810JPL: Computed at 11:06 today Pacific time based on 30 observations spanning 10.911 days (2018-Mar-10.30583 to 2018-Mar-21.21687). Diameter approximately 0.410 km. from weighted mean H=19.56.
2016 FV13JPL Sentry1938R E M O V E DJPL: Risk listing removed at 1813 UTC today
2015 RN35JPL Sentry1938R E M O V E DJPL: Risk listing removed at 1911 UTC today

Legend: VI# = VI count, Prob Cum = cumulative probability, PS Cum/Max = cumulative/maximum Palermo Scale, TS = Torino Scale (next 100 years)

An impact solution, also known as a "virtual impactor" (VI), is not a prediction but rather a possibility derived from a variant orbit calculation that cannot be eliminated yet based on the existing data. Elimination can come quickly with just a little further observation or may take weeks or months, sometimes years. Once superceded or eliminated, a former impact solution has zero relevance to an object's risk. See Jon Giorgini's "Understanding Risk Pages" to learn more.

Chronology  on 21 March '18

Times are UTC for when items were noted or added by The Tracking News.

2358Grabbed MPEC 2018-F85 - Comet P/2005 JN = 2018 F2 (Spacewatch) - see above
2150Generated Traffic Report
1938Noted that JPL Sentry has removed 2015 RN35 as an impact risk - see above
Noted that JPL Sentry has removed 2016 FV13 as an impact risk - see above
Noted that JPL Sentry has updated its 2018 ED4 risk assessment - see above
Noted that JPL Sentry has reposted 2018 EL4 as an impact risk - see above
Noted that JPL Sentry has updated its 2018 FC2 risk assessment - see above
Noted that JPL Sentry has posted 2018 FY2 as an impact risk - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F79 - 2018 FA3 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F80 - 2018 FV2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F81 - 2018 FB3 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F82 - 2018 FW2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F83 - 2018 FC3 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F84 - 2018 FD3 - see above
1701Grabbed MPEC 2018-F76 - 2018 FX2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F77 - 2018 FY2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F78 - 2018 FZ2 - see above
1637Grabbed MPEC 2018-F75 - 2018 FU2 - see above
1627Noted that NEODyS has updated its 2018 EL4 risk assessment - see above
Noted that NEODyS has updated its 2018 FG1 risk assessment - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F71 - 2018 FM2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F72 - Daily Orbit Update - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F73 - 2013 KY5 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F74 - 2015 RN35 - see above
0352Noted that JPL Sentry has posted 2018 FC2 as an impact risk - see above
Noted that JPL Sentry has posted 2018 FU1 as an impact risk - see above
0202Grabbed MPEC 2018-F65 - 2018 FF2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F66 - 2018 FG2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F67 - 2018 FH2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F68 - 2018 FJ2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F69 - 2018 FK2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F70 - 2018 FL2 - see above
0138Grabbed MPEC 2018-F62 - 2018 FD2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F63 - 2018 ED9 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F64 - 2018 FE2 - see above
0102Grabbed MPEC 2018-F56 - 2018 FX1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F57 - 2018 FY1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F58 - 2018 FZ1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F59 - 2018 FA2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F60 - 2018 FB2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-F61 - 2018 FC2 - see above
0026Grabbed MPEC 2018-F55 - 2018 FW1 - see above