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Traffic Report  on 8 September '18

Nine objects reported inside ten LD

Bulletin - 2143, updated 2216, 2359 UTC:  Six new discoveries of close passers have been announced.

Earth passageI D~Size~Inside ten LDNotes
0.94 LD at 2207 UTC Sept. 32018 RR14 m Aug. 24 - Sept. 14intruder - MPEC
~1.7 LD ~Sept. 52018 RB212 m Aug. 31 - Sept. 11MPEC
4.06 LD at 2247 UTC Sept. 242018 RQ149 m Sept. 11 - Oct. 8MPEC
4.23 LD at 1404 UTC Sept. 42018 RO112 m Aug. 31 - yesterdayMPEC
~8.2 LD ~Sept. 162018 RA225 m Sept. 13 - 20MPEC
8.98 LD at 1934 UTC Aug. 302018 RN131 m Aug. 29 - Sept. 2MPEC


There are nine visitors known to be less than ten lunar distances (LD) from Earth today. Nearest is newly announced intruder 2018 RW, which comes its closest to us this time around, slipping in from 0.54 LD, passing at 0.44 LD, and moving out to 1.15 LD, while avoiding the Moon by 1.00 LD. Also inside our planet's sphere of gravitational influence, risk-listed intruder 2018 RC moves inward from 1.83 to 0.83 LD.

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
0.28 LD Sept. 5 2018 RS 4 m  8.64 to 12.44 LD Sept. 3 - 8 intruder, exits ten LD
0.44 LD today 2018 RW 3 m  0.44 LD Aug. 31 - Sept. 15 NEW, intruder today, NHATS target, Earth closest at 0517 UTC,
Moon closest 1.00 LD at 2139 UTC - MPEC, DOU
0.58 LD tomorrow 2018 RC 39 m  0.83 from 1.83 LD Aug. 31 - Sept. 18 intruder today, radar/NHATS target, inside Earth SOI, risk - DOU
1.99 LD Sept. 6 2018 RR 10 m  3.65 to 5.44 LD Sept. 1 - 11 NHATS target
2.40 LD Sept. 10 2018 RA1 17 m  5.10 from 7.17 LD Sept. 6 - 15 NEW - MPEC, DOU
2.45 LD Sept. 11 2018 RB1 10 m  5.33 from 7.00 LD Sept. 6 - 16 NEW, NHATS target - MPEC, DOU
3.76 LD Sept. 5 2018 RP 20 m  8.87 to 11.82 LD Sept. 2 - 8 exits ten LD, risk
5.83 LD Sept. 5 2018 RO 22 m  6.99 to 7.87 LD Aug. 30 - Sept. 10
7.80 LD Aug. 23 2018 PU23 8 m  9.14 to 9.29 LD Aug. 7 - Sept. 13 NHATS target, risk
Approaching Traffic
8.50 LD Sept. 20 2017 SL16 23 m  18.92 from 20.18 LD Sept. 17 - 24 NHATS target

This report was generated at 2024 UTC with four new discoveries: inbound objects 2018 RB1 (MPEC, DOU) and 2018 RA1 (MPEC, DOU), passing intruder 2018 RW (MPEC, DOU), and already departed 2018 RZ (MPEC, DOU), which flew by at about 8.66 LD on August 31st. Today's DOU MPEC has follow-up for inbound intruder 2018 RC and departed objects 2018 RE, 2018 LQ2, and risk-listed 2018 QS, along with the recovery of distant 2007 VD12 and follow-up for distant objects 2018 DH1 and 450894 2008 BT18.



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 objects that have approached Earth within ten LD since A/CC began these traffic reports eleven years ago but are not presently 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 8 September '18

The MPC's NEO Confirmation Page has 36 listings

When last checked at 2358 UTC today, the Minor Planet Center's Near Earth Object discovery Confirmation Page (NEOCP) had 36 objects listed. Of these, 20 were "one nighters." The Tracking News counted a total of 77 listings on the NEOCP on this day.

New MPECs  on 8 September '18

Minor Planet Electronic Circulars

There were 37 MPECs posted this day from the International Astronomical Union's Minor Planet Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts.


MPEC 2018-R76 - "23:58 UT" - 2018 RC2


MPEC 2018-R75 - "23:54 UT" - 2018 RB2


MPEC 2018-R74 - "23:49 UT" - 2018 RA2


MPEC 2018-R73 - "23:44 UT" - 2018 RZ1


MPEC 2018-R72 - "23:28 UT" - 2018 RY1


MPEC 2018-R71 - "23:23 UT" - 2018 RX1


MPEC 2018-R70 - "23:19 UT" - 2018 RW1


MPEC 2018-R69 - "23:15 UT" - 2018 RV1


MPEC 2018-R68 - "23:10 UT" - 2018 RU1


MPEC 2018-R67 - "23:06 UT" - 2018 RT1


MPEC 2018-R66 - "23:01 UT" - 2018 RS1


MPEC 2018-R65 - "21:51 UT" - 2018 RM1


MPEC 2018-R64 - "21:47 UT" - 2018 RR1


MPEC 2018-R63 - "21:42 UT" - 2018 RQ1


MPEC 2018-R62 - "21:38 UT" - 2018 RP1


MPEC 2018-R61 - "21:33 UT" - 2018 RO1


MPEC 2018-R60 - "21:29 UT" - 2018 RN1


MPEC 2018-R59 - "18:58 UT" - Comet P/2001 R6 = 2018 R1 (LINEAR-Skiff)


<< DOU on 8 Sept. '18 >>  MPEC 2018-R58 - "12:05 UT" - Daily Orbit Update


MPEC 2018-R57 - "11:50 UT" - 2008 UV91


MPEC 2018-R56 - "03:27 UT" - 2011 RC17


MPEC 2018-R55 - "03:10 UT" - 2017 WE2


MPEC 2018-R54 - "03:08 UT" - 2009 SV17


MPEC 2018-R53 - "02:36 UT" - 2018 RE1


MPEC 2018-R52 - "02:33 UT" - 2018 RD1


MPEC 2018-R51 - "02:29 UT" - 2018 RC1


MPEC 2018-R50 - "02:25 UT" - 2018 RB1


MPEC 2018-R49 - "02:21 UT" - 2018 RA1


MPEC 2018-R48 - "02:17 UT" - 2018 RZ


MPEC 2018-R47 - "02:14 UT" - 2018 RY


MPEC 2018-R46 - "02:09 UT" - 2018 RX


MPEC 2018-R45 - "01:50 UT" - 2014 WT365


MPEC 2018-R44 - "01:41 UT" - 2015 TW143


MPEC 2018-R43 - "01:39 UT" - 2013 RG21


MPEC 2018-R42 - "01:36 UT" - 2005 RV24


MPEC 2018-R41 - "01:17 UT" - Comet P/2018 P3 (Panstarrs)


MPEC 2018-R40 - "01:03 UT" - 2018 RW

Observers  on 8 September '18

A total of 40 observers appeared in this day's MPECs.

CodeObserver / observatory
834AAAA Buenos Aires Obs. in Argentina, 1 in MPEC 2018-R58 -- 25916
H21Astronomical Research Obs. Westfield in Illinois, 9 in MPEC 2018-R58 -- 2018 PE9, 2016 XD1, 2015 BV92, 2014 MD55, 2013 PA7, 2009 ME9, 256670, 232382, 153951
T05ATLAS Haleakala in Hawaii, 10 in MPECs 2018-R52 & 2018-R58 -- 2018 RD1, 88263, 53789, 455550, 413563, 413260, 144332, 115052, 3552, 1981
T08ATLAS Mauna Loa in Hawaii, 2 in MPECs 2018-R41 & 2018-R52 -- 2018 RD1, P/2018 P3
C77Bernezzo Obs. in Italy, 3 in MPECs 2018-R47, 2018-R49 & 2018-R52 -- 2018 RY, 2018 RD1, 2018 RA1
215Buchloe Obs. in Germany, 1 in MPEC 2018-R41 -- P/2018 P3
160Castelmartini Obs. in Italy, 9 in MPECs 2018-R58 & 2018-R75 -- 2018 RC, 2018 RB2, 2018 NB, 2015 AX16, 2011 UA, 1999 VQ11, 1999 RB32, 350988, 253062
703Catalina Sky Survey (CSS) in Arizona, 39 in MPECs 2018-R46, 2018-R52, 2018-R58, 2018-R61, 2018-R62 & 2018-R63 -- 2018 RX, 2018 RQ1, 2018 RP1, 2018 RO1, 2018 RD1, 2018 RC, 2018 QV1, 2018 MM8, 2015 RJ83, 2014 QE365, 2013 EP41, 2008 RT26, 2008 CB22, 2007 RX19, 87311, 517829, 450894, 422977, 376788, 365449, 350988, 337252, 337118, 292165, 288914, 267729, 250697, 243566, 17511, 17274, 17182, 163132, 140039, 136849, 5786, 5751, 5653, 4183, 3753
309'Martin Altmann in Germany via Cerro Paranal in Chile, 1 in MPEC 2018-R65 -- 2018 RM1
807|Robert Holmes in Illinois via Cerro Tololo Inter-American Obs. (CTIO) in Chile, 21 in MPECs 2018-R55 & 2018-R58 -- 2018 RE, 2018 QN1, 2018 QF1, 2018 PX21, 2018 PQ24, 2018 PM21, 2018 PG8, 2018 OK, 2018 MV4, 2018 FJ4, 2017 WE2, 2016 RY40, 2014 SZ303, 2012 LK2, 2011 OB, 2004 UV1, 2003 LG, 2001 VF2, 1999 FJ21, 1998 YR11, 1993 TQ2
I19El Gato Gris Obs. in Argentina, 3 in MPECs 2018-R47, 2018-R52 & 2018-R58 -- 2018 RY, 2018 RD1, 2018 RA1
J04ESA Optical Ground Station (ESA OGS) in the Canary Islands, 15 in MPECs 2018-R40, 2018-R43, 2018-R44, 2018-R45, 2018-R48, 2018-R49, 2018-R50, 2018-R54, 2018-R58, 2018-R59, 2018-R63, 2018-R64, 2018-R72, 2018-R75 & 2018-R76 -- 2018 RZ, 2018 RY1, 2018 RW, 2018 RR1, 2018 RQ1, 2018 RC2, 2018 RB2, 2018 RB1, 2018 RA1, P/2018 R1, 2016 EN1, 2015 TW143, 2014 WT365, 2013 RG21, 2009 SV17
J95Great Shefford Obs. in England, 7 in MPECs 2018-R40, 2018-R46, 2018-R52, 2018-R53, 2018-R58, 2018-R71 & 2018-R75 -- 2018 RX1, 2018 RX, 2018 RW, 2018 RE1, 2018 RD1, 2018 RC, 2018 RB2
Q62`Steven M. Tilley in Louisiana via iTelescope Obs. Siding Spring in New South Wales, 1 in MPEC 2018-R63 -- 2018 RQ1
J136Martin Altman in Germany via the Liverpool Telescope in the Canary Islands, 1 in MPEC 2018-R65 -- 2018 RM1
568^R. Wainscoat on Mauna Kea in Hawaii, 1 in MPEC 2018-R42 -- 2005 RV24
711McDonald Obs. in Texas, 1 in MPEC 2018-R46 -- 2018 RX
474Mt. John Obs. in New Zealand, 22 in MPECs 2018-R46, 2018-R47, 2018-R48, 2018-R49, 2018-R50, 2018-R51, 2018-R52, 2018-R53, 2018-R58, 2018-R60, 2018-R61, 2018-R62, 2018-R63, 2018-R64, 2018-R68, 2018-R70, 2018-R71, 2018-R72, 2018-R73, 2018-R74 & 2018-R76 -- 2018 RZ1, 2018 RZ, 2018 RY1, 2018 RY, 2018 RX1, 2018 RX, 2018 RW1, 2018 RU1, 2018 RR1, 2018 RQ1, 2018 RP1, 2018 RO1, 2018 RN1, 2018 RE1, 2018 RE, 2018 RD1, 2018 RC2, 2018 RC1, 2018 RB1, 2018 RA2, 2018 RA1, 2005 RV24
G96Mt. Lemmon Survey (MLS) in Arizona, 54 in MPECs 2018-R40, 2018-R42, 2018-R45, 2018-R47, 2018-R48, 2018-R49, 2018-R50, 2018-R51, 2018-R52, 2018-R53, 2018-R58, 2018-R60, 2018-R61, 2018-R64, 2018-R65, 2018-R66, 2018-R67, 2018-R68, 2018-R69, 2018-R70, 2018-R71, 2018-R72, 2018-R73, 2018-R74 & 2018-R76 -- 2018 RZ1, 2018 RZ, 2018 RY1, 2018 RY, 2018 RX1, 2018 RW1, 2018 RW, 2018 RV1, 2018 RU1, 2018 RT1, 2018 RS1, 2018 RR1, 2018 RO1, 2018 RN1, 2018 RM1, 2018 RE1, 2018 RD1, 2018 RC2, 2018 RC1, 2018 RB1, 2018 RA2, 2018 RA1, 2018 QV1, 2018 PV10, 2018 PE22, 2018 MM8, 2015 RJ83, 2014 WT365, 2013 RX80, 2013 EP41, 2008 RT26, 2008 PH9, 2007 RZ8, 2007 RX19, 2005 RV24, 87311, 476438, 445775, 410650, 407338, 376788, 267729, 253841, 243566, 231792, 21277, 17274, 17182, 163364, 140039, 137044, 106589, 5786, 4183
J69North Obs. in England, 1 in MPEC 2018-R52 -- 2018 RD1
Z80Northolt Branch Obs. in England, 2 in MPECs 2018-R52 & 2018-R58 -- 2018 RD1, 2018 RC
C23Olmen Obs. in Belgium, 1 in MPEC 2018-R58 -- 144332
I41Palomar Transient Factory (PTF) in southern California, 14 in MPECs 2018-R46, 2018-R58 & 2018-R75 -- 2018 RX, 2018 RB2, 2018 QP, 2018 PJ22, 2011 UA, 2005 RB, 2001 SK276, 86324, 413260, 283729, 275792, 18882, 13553, 5751
F51Pan-STARRS 1 (PS1) in Hawaii, 3 in MPECs 2018-R41, 2018-R44 & 2018-R56 -- P/2018 P3, 2015 TW143, 2011 RC17
K63Pascoli Obs. in Italy, 9 in MPECs 2018-R46, 2018-R47, 2018-R49, 2018-R51, 2018-R52, 2018-R60, 2018-R68, 2018-R74 & 2018-R75 -- 2018 RY, 2018 RX, 2018 RU1, 2018 RN1, 2018 RD1, 2018 RC1, 2018 RB2, 2018 RA2, 2018 RA1
L04ROASTERR-1 in Romania, 1 in MPEC 2018-R52 -- 2018 RD1
B04Saint-Barthelemy Obs. in Italy, 2 in MPECs 2018-R52 & 2018-R74 -- 2018 RD1, 2018 RA2
104San Marcello Pistoiese Obs. in Italy, 11 in MPECs 2018-R46, 2018-R47, 2018-R49, 2018-R50, 2018-R51, 2018-R52, 2018-R53, 2018-R58, 2018-R60, 2018-R74 & 2018-R75 -- 2018 RY, 2018 RX, 2018 RW, 2018 RN1, 2018 RE1, 2018 RD1, 2018 RC1, 2018 RB2, 2018 RB1, 2018 RA2, 2018 RA1
C95SATINO-1 in France, 1 in MPEC 2018-R58 -- 2018 PL10
204Schiaparelli Obs. in Italy, 1 in MPEC 2018-R46 -- 2018 RX
Q11Shinshiro Obs., 1 in MPEC 2018-R41 -- P/2018 P3
W881Tony Evans in Portugal via Slooh.com Chile Obs. in Chile, 1 in MPEC 2018-R58 -- 2018 NU3
691Spacewatch 0.9m telescope in Arizona, 14 in MPECs 2018-R41, 2018-R58 & 2018-R65 -- 2018 RM1, 2018 PK21, 2018 PF8, P/2018 P3, 2018 LQ2, 2014 SM143, 2013 PA7, 2010 SH13, 2008 CB22, 2007 VD12, 2001 PU9, 519504, 514652, 508871
291Spacewatch 1.8m telescope in Arizona, 2 in MPEC 2018-R58 -- 2018 DH1, 1998 SZ27
I52Steward Obs. Mt. Lemmon Station in Arizona, 46 in MPECs 2018-R40, 2018-R44, 2018-R46, 2018-R47, 2018-R48, 2018-R49, 2018-R50, 2018-R51, 2018-R52, 2018-R53, 2018-R54, 2018-R57, 2018-R58, 2018-R60, 2018-R61, 2018-R62, 2018-R63, 2018-R65, 2018-R66, 2018-R67, 2018-R68, 2018-R69, 2018-R70, 2018-R71, 2018-R72, 2018-R73, 2018-R74, 2018-R75 & 2018-R76 -- 2018 RZ1, 2018 RZ, 2018 RY1, 2018 RY, 2018 RX1, 2018 RX, 2018 RW1, 2018 RW, 2018 RV1, 2018 RU1, 2018 RT1, 2018 RS1, 2018 RQ1, 2018 RP1, 2018 RO1, 2018 RN1, 2018 RM1, 2018 RM, 2018 RL, 2018 RF, 2018 RE1, 2018 RD1, 2018 RC2, 2018 RC1, 2018 RB2, 2018 RB1, 2018 RA2, 2018 RA1, 2018 QU1, 2018 QT, 2018 QP, 2018 PJ9, 2018 PJ22, 2018 OK, 2018 MS6, 2018 MR8, 2018 LZ5, 2018 KV, 2018 KF3, 2018 JD5, 2017 YE5, 2015 TW143, 2015 RJ83, 2009 SV17, 2008 UV91, 2005 RV24
Q38Swan Hill Obs., 1 in MPEC 2018-R52 -- 2018 RD1
T12UH/Tholen NEO Follow-Up 2.24m Telescope in Hawaii, 2 in MPEC 2018-R58 -- 2018 RC, 2018 QS
L01Visnjan Obs., 18 in MPECs 2018-R46, 2018-R47, 2018-R49, 2018-R50, 2018-R52, 2018-R53, 2018-R57, 2018-R60, 2018-R63, 2018-R66, 2018-R68, 2018-R70, 2018-R71, 2018-R72, 2018-R73, 2018-R74, 2018-R75 & 2018-R76 -- 2018 RZ1, 2018 RY1, 2018 RY, 2018 RX1, 2018 RX, 2018 RW1, 2018 RU1, 2018 RS1, 2018 RQ1, 2018 RN1, 2018 RE1, 2018 RD1, 2018 RC2, 2018 RB2, 2018 RB1, 2018 RA2, 2018 RA1, 2008 UV91
718Wiggins Obs. in Utah, 1 in MPEC 2018-R58 -- 144332
C51WISE in Earth polar orbit, 1 in MPEC 2018-R58 -- 69230
For a list of all participating observatories that have Web addresses, see A/CC's Observatory Links page.

Impact Risk Monitoring  on 8 September '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 RR1JPL Sentry23332078-2118272.62282865e-05-7.38-7.700JPL: Computed at 16:10 today Pacific time based on 13 observations spanning 1.1405 days (2018-Sep-07.39342 to 2018-Sep-08.5339). Diameter approximately 0.004 km. from weighted mean H=29.84.
2018 RQ1JPL Sentry23332114-211411.125e-07-7.06-7.060JPL: Computed at 16:09 today Pacific time based on 22 observations spanning 1.3139 days (2018-Sep-07.38051 to 2018-Sep-08.69441). Diameter approximately 0.050 km. from weighted mean H=24.16.
2018 QSJPL Sentry15302084-211621.4662e-06-6.64-6.710JPL: Computed at 07:55 today Pacific time based on 61 observations spanning 19.014 days (2018-Aug-18.47984 to 2018-Sep-06.493831). Diameter approximately 0.019 km. from weighted mean H=26.21.
2008 EM68JPL Sentry15302018-211611071.32452293e-05-5.18-5.470JPL: Computed at 00:27 April 7th of 2017 Pacific time based on 12 observations spanning .11019 days (2008-Mar-08.25164 to 2008-Mar-08.36183). Diameter approximately 0.010 km. from weighted mean H=27.72.

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 8 September '18

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

0021 9/9Grabbed MPEC 2018-R76 - 2018 RC2 - see above
2358Grabbed MPEC 2018-R73 - 2018 RZ1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R74 - 2018 RA2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R75 - 2018 RB2 - see above
2333Noted that JPL Sentry has posted 2018 RQ1 as an impact risk - see above
Noted that JPL Sentry has posted 2018 RR1 as an impact risk - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R68 - 2018 RU1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R69 - 2018 RV1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R70 - 2018 RW1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R71 - 2018 RX1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R72 - 2018 RY1 - see above
2309Grabbed MPEC 2018-R66 - 2018 RS1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R67 - 2018 RT1 - see above
2209Grabbed MPEC 2018-R61 - 2018 RO1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R62 - 2018 RP1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R63 - 2018 RQ1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R64 - 2018 RR1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R65 - 2018 RM1 - see above
2134Grabbed MPEC 2018-R60 - 2018 RN1 - see above
2024Generated Traffic Report
2020Grabbed MPEC 2018-R59 - Comet P/2001 R6 = 2018 R1 (LINEAR-Skiff) - see above
1530Noted that JPL Sentry has updated its 2008 EM68 risk assessment - see above
Noted that JPL Sentry has updated its 2018 QS risk assessment - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R57 - 2008 UV91 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R58 - Daily Orbit Update - see above
0415Grabbed MPEC 2018-R54 - 2009 SV17 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R55 - 2017 WE2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R56 - 2011 RC17 - see above
0308Grabbed MPEC 2018-R46 - 2018 RX - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R47 - 2018 RY - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R48 - 2018 RZ - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R49 - 2018 RA1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R50 - 2018 RB1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R51 - 2018 RC1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R52 - 2018 RD1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R53 - 2018 RE1 - see above
0200Grabbed MPEC 2018-R43 - 2013 RG21 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R44 - 2015 TW143 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R45 - 2014 WT365 - see above
0137Grabbed MPEC 2018-R41 - Comet P/2018 P3 (Panstarrs) - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2018-R42 - 2005 RV24 - see above
0114Grabbed MPEC 2018-R40 - 2018 RW - see above