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CRT 2006 January-June Object Archive

for objects discovered in 2006 that have appeared on the CRT page
but now have no impact solutions or are no longer under active observation


Object index







a = amateur discovery   c = on CRT page   r = has impact solution(s)   s = small object (H>22.0)


2006 MS6

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  493 meters (JPL 22 June 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-M23

Notes:  2006 MS6 was discovered by the Catalina Sky Survey on 20 June 2006 and announced on June 22nd. JPL posted it that day as an impact risk and removed it on June 25th.

Packed designation:  K06M06S


2006 MJ10

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  553 meters (JPL 23 June 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-M33

Notes:  2006 MJ10 was discovered on 22 June 2006 by LONEOS and announced the next day. JPL posted it then with impact solutions and removed it on the 24th.

Packed designation:  K06M10J


2006 LK

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  420 meters (JPL 16 June 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-L21

Notes:  2006 LK was discovered with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope on 1 June 2006 and announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on June 4th and removed it after the next observations were reported from 15-16 June. JPL removed it on June 19th.

Packed designation:  K06L00K


2006 LD1

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  220 meters (JPL 6 June 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-L28

Notes:  2006 LD1 was discovered on 3 June 2006 by amateur astronomer John Broughton at Reedy Creek Observatory in southeastern Queensland, Australia. This was announced on June 5th, which was probably also the day that JPL posted it as a low-rated impact risk, but noted by A/CC after midnight UTC. NEODyS posted it on the 6th and removed it with the next observation on June 11th. JPL removed it on June 12th.

Packed designation:  K06L01D


2006 KY67

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  110 meters (JPL 28 May 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-63

Notes:  2006 KY67 was discovered on 26 May 2006 by LINEAR and announced the next day. NEODyS and JPL posted it as an impact risk on May 28th and removed it two days later.

Packed designation:  K06K67Y


2006 KV86

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  640 meters (JPL 16 June 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-K66

Notes:  2006 KV86 was discovered on 26 May 2006 by the Mt. Lemmon Survey, which alone confirmed it over the next two days. The discovery was announced on May 29th, the day that JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on May 30th. This object was reported observed again until caught with the the Spacewatch 1.8m telescope in mid-June. NEODys removed it as an impact risk on June 16th and JPL three days later.

Packed designation:  K06K86V


2006 KT1

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  1.5 km. = 0.93 mile (JPL 23 May 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-K30

Notes:  2006 KT1 was discovered by the Catalina Sky Survey on May 21st and announced a day later. JPL posted it as an impact risk on 22-23 May and removed it on the 24th.

Packed designation:  K06K01T


2006 KQ21

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-K38

Notes:  2006 KQ21 was discovered on 23 May 2006 with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope and announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it as an impact risk. NEODyS posted it on the 25th, JPL removed it on the 26th, and NEODyS removed it on the 27th.

Packed designation:  K06K21Q


2006 KQ1

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  130 meters (JPL 23 May 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-K26

Notes:  2006 KQ1 was discovered on 20 May 2006 (and solely confirmed) by the Mt. Lemmon Survey and announced on May 22nd. JPL posted it as an impact risk sometime during 22-23 May and NEODyS on the 23rd, and both removed it on the 24th.

Packed designation:  K06K01Q


2006 KP21

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-K37

Notes:  2006 KP21 was discovered on 23 May 2006 by the Mt. Lemmon Survey and announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it with a distant, very low-rated single impact solution. This was removed on May 26th.

Packed designation:  K06K21P


2006 KM103

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  308 meters (JPL 4 June 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-L03

Notes:  2006 KM103 was discovered on 31 May 2006 by the Mt. Lemmon Survey and announced on June 1st, which is when JPL posted it with a number of highly-preliminary impact solutions, one a little more than two years away. NEODyS posted 2006 KM103 as an impact risk on June 2nd and removed it two days later. JPL removed it on June 6th.

Packed designation:  K06KA3M


2006 KL21

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  254 meters (JPL 24 May 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-K35

Notes:  2006 KL21 was discovered by the Catalina Sky Survey on 23 May 2006 and announced the same day. It was posted by JPL and NEODyS as an impact risk on the 24th and removed the next day.

Packed designation:  K06K21L


2006 KK21

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  250 meters (JPL 4 June 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-K34

Notes:  2006 KK21 was discovered on 23 May 2006 by the Catalina Sky Survey and announced the same day. On May 24th it was posted by JPL and NEODyS as an impact risk. NEODyS removed it on June 4th and JPL the next day.

Packed designation:  K06K21K


2006 KF100

Current assessment:  JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  390 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-K82

Notes:  2006 KF100 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 30 May 2006 and announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it with a few low-rated impact solutions. It was not reported observed again.

Packed designation:  K06KA0F


JPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
16 May 08

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2017-20713-6.37-6.5101.0374.4e-100.390

2006 KD40

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  690 meters (JPL 27 May 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-K61

Notes:  2006 KD40 was discovered by LINEAR on 26 May 2006 and announced the next day. JPL posted it then as an impact risk and removed it on the following day.

Packed designation:  K06K40D


2006 KC40

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  80 meters (6 June 2006 estimate from standard formula)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-K60

Notes:  2006 KC40 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 25 May 2006 and announced two days later. NEODyS posted it with impact solutions on May 28th and removed it when the next observation became available on June 4th.

Packed designation:  K06K40C


2006 KA

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  506 meters (JPL 19 May 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-K12

Notes:  2006 KA was discovered on 17 May 2006 by the Siding Spring Survey and announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it as an impact risk. NEODyS posted it on the 19th and both risk monitors removed it on May 21st.

Packed designation:  K06K00A


2006 JZ25

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  683 meters (JPL 8 May 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-J36

Notes:  2006 JZ25 was discovered by the Siding Spring Survey on 6 May 2006 and announced on May 8th, which is when JPL posted it with very low-rated impact solutions. NEODyS posted it the next day, and both removed it on May 10th.

Packed designation:  K06J25Z


2006 JY26

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  7 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-J38

Notes:  2006 JY26 was discovered by the Catalina Sky Survey on the morning of 6 May 2006 and announced on May 8th, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. This object passed the Moon at 0.38 lunar distance (LD) at 0304 on May 9th, passed Earth at 1.13 LD 21 hours later, and went out of view after being reported last observed on May 10th.

Packed designation:  K06J26Y

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
16 May 08

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2073-210760-4.20-4.2503.8195.8e-030.007

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2073-208010-4.14-4.1603.819
11 May 06

2006 JF42

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  540 meters (JPL 8 June 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-J49

Notes:  2006 JF42 was discovered by Catalina Sky Survey on 11 May 2006 and announced the next day. On May 13th JPL and NEODyS posted it as an impact risk, and both removed it on June 19th.

Packed designation:  K06J42F


2006 JE

Current assessment:  JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  58 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-J13

Notes:  2006 JE was discovered by LINEAR on 1 May 2006 about 25 hours before it passed Earth at about 8.4 lunar distances. The discovery was announced on May 2nd, which is when JPL posted it with two low-rated impact solutions many decades away.

Packed designation:  K06J00E


JPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
16 May 08

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2094-21073-5.14-5.1800.9231.6e-060.058

2006 JD42

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  1.4 km. = 0.88 mile (13 May 2006 estimate from standard formula)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-J47

Notes:  2006 JD42 was discovered on 9 May 2006 by the Siding Spring Survey and announced on the 12th. On May 13th NEODyS posted it as an impact risk, and removed it four days later when the next observation became available.

Packed designation:  K06J42D


2006 HZ51

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  782 meters (JPL 28 April 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-H58

Notes:  2006 HZ51 was discovered on 27 April 2006 by the Catalina Sky Survey and announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it with many highly-preliminary impact solutions from June 2008 onward. Probably on April 29th, but noted by A/CC on the 30th, NEODyS posted this object with its first solution just over eight months away. All solutions in 2007, 2008, and other years were removed when the first post-discovery observation came in from the Spacewatch 1.8m telescope on May 3rd.

Packed designation:  K06H51Z


2006 HX57

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  31 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-J04

Notes:  2006 HX57 was discovered by LONEOS on 30 April and was announced the next day. Probably on May 1st, but noted by A/CC on the 2nd, JPL posted this object with three very low-rated impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on May 2nd.

2006 HX57 passed Earth at 3.0 lunar distances on May 6th. It went technically out of view for most NEO observers on May 9th and for large telescopes about a week later. It was last reported by Great Shefford Observatory from May 6th. On Sept. 14th an additional (third) set of LONEOS observations were published from this object's discovery date of April 30th.

Packed designation:  K06H57X

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
16 May 08

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2045-20652-5.93-6.0105.9001.7e-060.031

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2045-2065  2-5.90-5.9705.900
28 May 06

2006 HW57

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  370 meters (JPL 2 May 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-J03

Notes:  2006 HW57 was discovered on 29 April 2006 by the Siding Spring Survey and was announced on May 1st. Probably on May 1st, but noted by A/CC on the 2nd, JPL posted this object with a single very low-rated impact solution. This was removed when further observation became available on the 2nd.

Packed designation:  K06H57W


2006 HW5

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  45 meters (JPL 22 April 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-H20

Notes:  2006 HW5 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 20 April 2006 and announced on the 22nd. JPL posted it then with two low-rated impact solutions which it removed when the next observations were reported on April 26th.

Packed designation:  K06H05W


2006 HT30

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  280 meters (JPL 4 May 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-H42

Notes:  2006 HT30 was discovered with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope on 25 April 2006 and announced the next day. Probably on the 26th, but noted by A/CC at 0100 UTC on the 27th, JPL posted this object with impact solutions. The last solution was removed on May 21st.

Packed designation:  K06H30T


2006 HQ30

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  190 meters (JPL 5 May 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-H39

Notes:  2006 HQ30 was discovered on 20 April 2006 by the Mt. Lemmon Survey (MLS) and, after confirmation came from the MLS and others on 25-26 April, the discovery was announced on the 26th. This is when JPL posted it as an impact risk. NEODyS posted it on April 27th and removed it on May 5th. JPL removed it on May 7th.

Packed designation:  K06H30Q


2006 HF6

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  43 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-H25

Notes:  2006 HF6 passed Earth at 1.9 lunar distances on 18 April 2006 and was discovered by the Catalina Sky Survey three days later. The discovery was announced on April 22nd, which is when JPL and NEODyS posted it as an impact risk.

2006 HF6 was calculated to go out of view for many NEO observers around May 8th and was last reported observed May 7th.

Packed designation:  K06H06F

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
16 May 08

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2068-2070    7-4.87-5.34015.8996.8e-060.043

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2053-207918-4.74-5.37015.899
8 May 06

2006 HE2

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  17 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-H15

Notes:  2006 HE2 was discovered on 19 April 2006 by the Catalina Sky Survey and was announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it as an impact risk. On April 22nd NEODyS posted it as a risk and this small object passed Earth at about 2.7 lunar distances.

2006 HE2 went out of view on April 25th.

Packed designation:  K06H02E

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
16 May 08

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2066-21045-6.76-6.9703.1252.3e-060.017

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2066-20661-8.59-8.5903.125
23 April 06

2006 HD2

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  190 meters (JPL 20 April 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-H14

Notes:  2006 HD2 was discovered with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope on 19 April 2006 and announced the next day. JPL posted it then as a low-rated impact risk and removed all solutions on April 22nd.

Packed designation:  K06H02D


2006 HB

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  487 meters (JPL 20 April 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-H07

Notes:  2006 HB was discovered on 18 April 2006 with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope and announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it with a single low-rated impact solution. JPL removed it as risk on April 22nd.

Packed designation:  K06H00B


2006 GZ

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  453 meters (JPL 7 April 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-G18

Notes:  2006 GZ was discovered with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope on 2 April 2006 and announced on April 4th, which is when JPL posted it as an impact risk. NEODyS posted it the next day and both risk monitors delisted it on April 8th.

Packed designation:  K06G00Z


2006 GY2

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  610 meters (JPL 14 April 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-G37

Notes:  2006 GY2 was discovered on 9 April 2006 by LINEAR and announced the next day, which is when it was posted by JPL with hundreds of impact solutions beginning in the year 2008. NEODyS posted it the next day and removed it on the 14th, and JPL removed its last solutions on April 17th.

Packed designation:  K06G02Y


2006 GU2

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  9 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-G33

Notes:  2006 GU2 passed Earth at about 2.6 lunar distances on 1 April 2006 and was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on the 7th. This was announced on April 10th, which is when JPL posted 2006 GU2 as an impact risk. NEODyS posted it the next day.

2006 GU2 was calculated to go out of view for most NEO observers on April 12th, and it was not reported observed again.

Packed designation:  K06G02U

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
16 May 08

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2022-210767-6.46-6.8302.0049.7e-060.009

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2022-208022-6.57-6.6402.004
11 April 06

2006 GC1

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-G21

Notes:  2006 GC1 was discovered on 2 April 2006 with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope and announced on the 4th. It was posted as an impact risk by JPL on the 5th and NEODyS a day later, and both removed it on April 9th.

Packed designation:  K06G01C


2006 GC

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  263 meters (JPL 8 April 2006 estimate)

Diameter:  45 meters (23 April 2006 estimate from standard formula)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-G14

Notes:  2006 GC was discovered on 2 April 2006 with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope and announced the next day. On April 4th NEODyS posted it with a single very low-rated impact solution that it removed on April 7th.

Packed designation:  K06G00C


2006 GA1

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  749 meters (JPL 7 April 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-G19

Notes:  2006 GA1 was discovered on 2 April 2006 with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope and announced on the 4th, which is when it was posted as an impact risk by JPL. NEODyS posted it on the 7th and both risk monitors delisted it a day later.

Packed designation:  K06G01A


2006 FW33

Current assessment:  JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  79 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate, see Notes)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-F47

Notes:  2006 FW33 was discovered on 26 March 2006 by the Mt. Lemmon Survey and announced on the 29th, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions.

When calculating H for this object -- its absolute magnitude and the only indicator of its size -- the nominal orbit would have it at H=20.2, very roughly 320 meters in diameter. But the mean H calculated from JPL's virtual impact orbits, H=23.2, cuts the size estimate to a fourth of that.

This object was not reported observed again after discovery and was calculated to go out out of view for most NEO observers on April 11th and became lost, although theoretically in view for large telescopes into early August.

Packed designation:  K06F33W


JPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
16 May 08

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2022-210767-6.46-6.8302.9059.7e-060.079

2006 FW

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  94 meters (JPL 26 March 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-F34

Notes:  2006 FW was discovered on 24 March 2006 by the Mt. Lemmon Survey and was announced on the 25th. JPL posted it the next day as an impact risk, and removed it on March 30th.

Packed designation:  K06F00W


2006 FL10

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  170 meters (23 April 2006 estimate from standard formula)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-F42

Notes:  2006 FL10 was discovered on 24 March 2006 by the Mt. Lemmon Survey and was announced four days later, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. It was removed on March 31st.

Packed designation:  K06F10L


2006 EY52

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  572 meters (JPL 9 March 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-E37

Notes:  2006 EY52 was discovered on 5 March 2006 with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope and announced on March 9th, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on the 10th, and both removed it when the next observations became available on March 24th.

Packed designation:  K06E52Y


2006 EV52

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  940 meters (JPL 9 March 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-E34

Notes:  2006 EV52 was discovered on 2 March 2006 with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope and announced on March 9th, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. These were removed when the object was next reported again, on March 20th.

Packed designation:  K06E52V


2006 EF1

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  90 meters (9 March 2006 estimate from standard formula)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-E27

Notes:  2006 EF1 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 5 March 2006 and announced the next day. NEODyS posted it on the 7th as an impact risk, and removed it a day later.

Packed designation:  K06E01F


2006 EE1

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  358 meters (JPL 7 March 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-E26

Notes:  2006 EE1 was discovered by LINEAR on 5 March 2006 and announced the next day. JPL posted it on the 7th UT (still the 6th local time) as an impact risk, and removed it after the next observations became available the same day UT.

Packed designation:  K06E01E


2006 EB

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  106 meters (JPL 4 March 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-E10

Notes:  2006 EB was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 3 March 2006 and and announced later the same day. It was posted by JPL and NEODyS as an impact risk on the 4th and removed by NEODyS on the 8th, followed by JPL a day later.

Packed designation:  K06E00B


2006 DV

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  400 meters (JPL 24 Feb. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-D17

Notes:  2006 DV was discovered by the Catalina Sky Survey on 20 Feb. 2006 and announced two days later, which is when it was posted by JPL with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on the 23rd and removed it the next day. JPL removed it on Feb. 25th.

Packed designation:  K06D00V


2006 DU62

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  795 meters (9 March 2006 estimate from standard formula)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-D57

Notes:  2006 DU62 was discovered by the Catalina Sky Survey on 25 Feb. 2006 and and announced on the 27th. NEODyS posted it on the 28th as an impact risk and removed it on March 3rd.

Packed designation:  K06D62U


2006 DT63

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  120 meters (JPL 1 March 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-D64

Notes:  2006 DT63 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 27 Feb. 2006 and announced the next day. JPL posted it as an impact risk on March 1st and removed it on the 4th.

Packed designation:  K06D63T


2006 DP62

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  110 meters (JPL 28 Feb. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-D53

Notes:  2006 DP62 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 24 Feb. 2006. This was announced on the 27th, and JPL and NEODyS posted it with impact solutions the next day. JPL removed it on March 2nd and NEODyS the next day.

Packed designation:  K06D62P


2006 DO62

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  7 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-D52

Notes:  2006 DO62 was discovered and solely confirmed by the Mt. Lemmon Survey early on 24 Feb. 2006 some 33 hours before it passed Earth at about 2.0 lunar distances. It went out of view for most NEO observers on the 26th and the discovery was announced on the 27th, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on the 28th.

Packed designation:  K06D62O

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
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2050-20798-7.97-8.2900.127
28 Feb. 06

2006 DM63

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  15 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-D61

Notes:  2006 DM63 zoomed into the Earth-Moon system and, according to JPL, passed Earth at 0.6 lunar distance on 24 Feb. 2006. The Mt. Lemmon Survey caught it on the 27th, which was announced on the 28th, only a few days before this small object went out of view. JPL posted it as an impact risk on the 28th, and NEODyS on March 2nd.

Packed designation:  K06D63M

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
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2031-210842-4.52-4.8900.9301.2e-040.015

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2031-207325-4.61-4.9900.930
17 March 06

2006 DL

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  100 meters (JPL 26 Feb. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-D12

Notes:  2006 DL was discovered by the Catalina Sky Survey on 20 Feb. 2006 and announced the next day. It was posted as an impact risk by JPL and NEODyS on Feb. 22nd.

Packed designation:  K06D00L


2006 DD1

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  17 meters (JPL 22 Feb. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-D24

Notes:  2006 DD1 flew past Earth at 0.3 lunar distance on 23 Feb. 2006 just over 24 hours after discovery by the Catalina Sky Survey. It was posted by JPL with impact solutions on the 22nd, the day the discovery was made and announced, and removed it on the 23rd.

Packed designation:  K06D01D


2006 CY10

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  350 meters (JPL 16 Feb. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-C57

Notes:  2006 CY10 was discovered by LONEOS on 9 Feb. 2006 and announced on the 10th, which is when it was posted by JPL and NEODyS with a few low-rated impact solutions. Contrary to a common pattern, this first assessment was replaced the next day with hundreds of more serious (albeit still highly preliminary) solutions, including one just over two years away, but the situation was completely reversed only a day later. Both risk monitors removed this object from their lists of impact risks on Feb. 19th.

Packed designation:  K06C10Y


2006 CY

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  190 meters (JPL 5 Feb. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-C34

Notes:  2006 CY was discovered by the Catalina Sky Survey on 4 Feb. 2006 and announced the same day. It was listed on the 5th by JPL and NEODyS as an impact risk, and was removed only a day later.

Packed designation:  K06C00Y


2006 CU10

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  350 meters (JPL 18 Feb. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-C52

Notes:  2006 CU10 was discovered on 7 Feb. 2006 with the Spacewatch 1.8m telescope and announced on the 9th, which is when JPL posted it as an impact risk. NEODyS posted it the next day and removed it on the 18th. JPL removed it on Feb 23rd.

Packed designation:  K06C10U


2006 CU

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  163 meters (JPL 5 Feb. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-C30

Notes:  2006 CU was discovered on 3 Feb. 2006 by the Mt. Lemmon Survey and announced on the 4th. It was posted by JPL and NEODyS the next day with impact solutions, one as early as 2007, but all were removed a day later.

Packed designation:  K06C00U


2006 CT10

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  196 meters (JPL 11 Feb. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-C51

Notes:  2006 CT10 was discovered by LINEAR on 7 Feb. 2006 and announced two days later. JPL listed it on the 9th, and NEODyS on the 10th, as an impact risk, and both removed it on Feb. 14th.

Packed designation:  K06C10T


2006 CT

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  120 meters (JPL 8 Feb. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-C29

Notes:  2006 CT was discovered on 2 Feb. 2006 with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope and announced on the 4th. It was posted on Feb. 5th by NEODyS and JPL as an impact risk, and was removed by NEODyS on the 8th. JPL removed it on Feb 22nd after it was next reported observed, from the Spacewatch 1.8m telescope.

Packed designation:  K06C00T


2006 CS

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  2.10 km. = 1.30 miles (JPL 9 Feb. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-C28

Notes:  2006 CS was discovered on 1 Feb. 2006 by the Siding Spring Survey and announced on the 4th, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. It was posted by NEODyS on the 5th, and both removed it on March 9th.

Packed designation:  K06C00S


2006 CN10

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  210 meters (JPL 11 Feb. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-C47

Notes:  2006 CN10 was discovered on 7 Feb. 2006 by the Catalina Sky Survey and was announced the next day, when it was posted by JPL as an impact risk. Its last impact solution was removed on Feb. 16th.

Packed designation:  K06C10N


2006 CM10

Current assessment:  JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  150 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-C46

Notes:  2006 CM10 was discovered on 7 Feb. 2006 by the Catalina Sky Survey and announced the next day. JPL posted it as an impact risk on the 8th. NEODyS posted it on the 9th and removed it a day later.

Packed designation:  K06C10M


JPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
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10 Feb. 06

2006 CG

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  875 meters (JPL 4 Feb. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-C15

Notes:  2006 CG was discovered on 1 Feb. 2006 by the Mt. Lemmon Survey and announced on the 3rd. The next day it was posted by JPL and NEODyS with impact solutions that were all removed two days later.

Packed designation:  K06C00G


2006 CF

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  446 meters (JPL 8 Feb. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-C14

Notes:  2006 CF was discovered on 1 Feb. 2006 with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope and announced on Feb. 3rd, the day after which NEODyS and JPL posted it as an impact risk. NEODyS removed it on Feb. 8th and JPL the next day.

Packed designation:  K06C00F


2008-2094 59 3.8e-08 -3.78

2006 CD

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  212 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-C12

Notes:  2006 CD was discovered on 1 Feb. 2006 by the Mt. Lemmon Survey and was announced on the 3rd, and was posted the next day by NEODyS and JPL as an impact risk.

2006 CD was not reported again after discovery. The Spaceguard Central Node's observing campaign's second page dated April 18th, under "Lost Objects" states that since 2006 CD "is not a very small object an accidental recovery is likely in the next few yars. However, since VIs are starting in 2008, targeted campaigns should be organized for all the VIs (near -1.0 sigma) shortly."

Packed designation:  K06C00D

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
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2008-207941-4.77-5.1501.997
4 Feb. 06

2006 BZ147

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  28 meters (JPL 19 Feb. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-C10

Notes:  2006 BZ147 was discovered on 31 Jan. 2006 by the Mt. Lemmon Survey and announced on Feb. 3rd, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it the next day.

2006 BZ147 was visible to large telescopes until mid-March but wasn't reported after Great Shefford Observatory observed it Feb. 17th.

The Spaceguard Central Node's observing campaign's first page dated April 21st said that recovery would be "possible at V = 22 at the end of the year." And 2006 BZ147 was removed by JPL and NEODyS on 28 Nov. 2006 as an impact risk after it was reported that it had been recovered with the Spacewatch 1.8m telescope the morning before at magnitude V=22.4.

Packed designation:  K06BE7Z


2006 BZ7

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  1.29 km. = 0.800 mile (JPL 24 Jan. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-B39

Notes:  2006 BZ7 was discovered on 23 Jan. 2006 by the Catalina Sky Survey and announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. These were removed a day later.

Packed designation:  K06B07Z


2006 BY8

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  18 meters (JPL 25 Jan. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-B52

Notes:  2006 BY8 was discovered on 23 Jan. 2006 by LINEAR and announced two days later, which is when NEODyS and JPL listed it as an impact risk. They delisted it the next day.

Packed designation:  K06B08Y


2006 BY7

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  32 meters (JPL 24 Jan. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-B43

Notes:  2006 BY7 was discovered on 22 Jan. 2006 by the Mt. Lemmon Survey and announced two days later, which is when JPL posted it with two very-low rated impact solutions. These were removed on Jan. 26th.

Packed designation:  K06B07Y


2006 BV39

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  5 meters (JPL 27 Jan. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-B62

Notes:  2006 BV39 was discovered on 26 Jan. 2006 with the Spacewatch 1.8m telescope and was announced later the same day. NEODyS and JPL posted it on Jan. 27th as an impact risk, and removed it on Jan. 29th.

Packed designation:  K06B39V


2006 BT7

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  350 meters (JPL 24 Jan. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-B40

Notes:  2006 BT7 was discovered on 22 Jan. 2006 by the Mt. Lemmon Survey and was announced two days later, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. These were removed the next day, on Jan. 25th.

Packed designation:  K06B07T


2006 BQ6

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  411 meters (JPL 11 Jan. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-B32

Notes:  2006 BQ6 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on the morning of 22 Jan. 2006 and was announced two days later, when it was posted by NEODyS as an impact risk. After further observations had been reported for two days, JPL posted it early on Jan. 27th with, like NEODyS, a highly-preliminary impact solution for July 31st this year. On Jan. 29th both risk monitors removed all impact solutions.

Packed designation:  K06B06Q


2006 BO55

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  350 meters (JPL 28 Jan. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-B78

Notes:  2006 BO55 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 27 Jan. 2006 and announced the next day. JPL on the 28th and NEODyS on the 29th posted it as an impact risk, and removed it on the 30th.

Packed designation:  K06B55O


2006 BO7

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  5 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-B33

Notes:  2006 BO7 was discovered on 22 Jan. 2006 by the Mt. Lemmon Survey and was announced on the 24th, which is when NEODyS and JPL posted it as a very low-rated impact risk. It was calculated to go out of view on the 26th and wasn't reported observed again.

Packed designation:  K06B07O

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
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2061-20611-9.06-9.0601.744
24 Jan. 06

2006 BM8

Current assessment:  JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  28 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-B50

Notes:  2006 BM8 was discovered on 24 Jan. 2006 by the Catalina Sky Survey and was announced the same day, and was soon posted by JPL with impact solutions.

Packed designation:  K06B08M


JPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
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2102-2106  4-6.45-6.81012.9028.7e-070.028

2006 BG55

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  632 meters (JPL 28 Jan. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-B72

Notes:  2006 BG55 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 26 Jan. 2006 and announced two days later. It was posted as an impact risk by JPL on Jan. 28th and NEODyS the next day, and both removed it on Feb. 1st.

Packed designation:  K06B55G


2006 BF56

Current assessment:  JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  4 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-B79

Notes:  2006 BF56 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 28 Jan. 2006, a day before it passed Earth at 0.5 lunar distance and went right out of view. JPL posted it as an impact risk on Jan. 29th.

Packed designation:  K06B56F


JPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
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2092-210612-7.30-7.7100.9616.2e-060.004

2006 BC10

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  380 meters (JPL 2 Feb. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-B57

Notes:  2006 BC10 was discovered on 23 Jan. 2006 with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope and was announced two days later. It was posted with impact solutions by JPL and NEODyS on Jan. 26th, and both removed it on Feb. 4th.

Packed designation:  K06B10C


2006 BC8

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  32 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-B45

Notes:  2006 BC8 passed Earth at 4.7 lunar distances on 22 Jan. 2006, was discovered on the 23rd by LINEAR, and was announced the next day. JPL posted it on the 24th as an impact risk and NEODyS on the 25th.

Packed designation:  K06B08C

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
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2080-210713-5.40-5.78014.8167.4e-060.032

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2080-2080  2-7.64-7.64014.816
8 Feb. 06

2006 BB9

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  25 meters (JPL 29 Jan. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-B52

Notes:  2006 B9 was discovered on 24 Jan. 2006 by LINEAR and was announced the next day, which is when NEODyS and JPL posted it with impact solutions. JPL removed it on Jan. 30th and NEODys on Feb. 3rd.

Packed designation:  K06B09B


2006 AX44

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  35 meters (22 Jan. 2006 estimate from standard formula)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-A58

Notes:  2006 AX44 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 10 Jan. 2006 and announced the next day. NEODyS posted it on 12 Jan. and removed it on Jan. 21st.

From its brightness, 2006 AX44 is roughly estimated at 45 meters in diameter.

Packed designation:  K06A44X


2006 AU3

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  20 meters (11 Jan. 2006 estimate from standard formula)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-A39

Notes:  2006 AU3 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 7 Jan. 2006 a bit more than 26 hours after it passed Earth at 5.6 lunar distances. It was announced the next day and posted by NEODyS on the 9th and removed on the 11th.

Packed designation:  K06A03U


2006 AS2

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  340 meters (JPL 10 Jan. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-A23

Notes:  2006 AS2 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 5 Jan. 2006 and announced the next day. It was posted by NEODyS as an impact risk on Jan. 7th and by JPL on the 10th, and both removed it on the 10th.

Packed designation:  K06A02S


2006 AR3

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  280 meters (JPL 26 Jan. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-A36

Notes:  2006 AR3 was discovered by LINEAR on 6 Jan. 2006 and announced the next day. NEODyS posted it with impact solutions on the 9th, and JPL posted it on the 10th. NEODyS removed it on Jan. 25th, and JPL on Jan 29th.

Packed designation:  K06A03R


2006 AQ

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  724 meters (JPL 10 Jan. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-A16

Notes:  2006 AQ was discovered on 2 Jan. 2006 by David Tholen's team using the Univ. of Hawaii 2.2m telescope on Mauna Kea. This was announced on Jan. 5th and NEODyS and JPL posted it the next day with impact solutions, the earliest 25 months away. JPL and NEODyS removed it as a risk on Jan. 18th.

Packed designation:  K06A00Q


2006 AO4

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  3.10 km. = 1.93 miles (JPL 14 Jan. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-A50

Notes:  2006 AO4 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 8 Jan. and announced the next day, with further observation reported on the 10th and 12th. It was posted on the 12th by NEODyS with impact solutions beginning in 2011, and by JPL with solutions starting in 2014. NEODyS and JPL removed it as a risk on Jan. 21st.

Packed designation:  K06A04O


2006 AO3

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  1.71 km. = 1.06 miles (9 Jan. 2006 estimate from standard formula)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-A33

Notes:  2006 AO3 was discovered with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope on 6 Jan. 2006 and announced the next day. NEODyS posted it on the 9th with highly preliminary impact solutions beginning in 2011, and removed it on Jan. 26th.

Packed designation:  K06A03O


2006 AM4

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  140 meters (JPL 11 Jan. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-A48

Notes:  2006 AM4 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 8 Jan. 2006 and announced the next day. JPL posted it on the 10th UT (evening of the 9th, local time) as an impact risk, removed it later the same day after new observations became available, and reposted it the next day. It was removed again by JPL on Jan. 18th.

Packed designation:  K06A04M


2006 AL8

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  720 meters (JPL 31 Jan. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-A53

Notes:  2006 AL8 was discovered by the Siding Spring Survey on 8 Jan. 2006 and announced on the 10th. JPL posted it as an impact risk after further observation was reported on Jan. 11th, and removed it on Feb. 5th.

Packed designation:  K06A08L


2006 AL4

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  37 meters (JPL 10 Jan. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-A47

Notes:  2006 AL4 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 8 Jan. 2006 and announced the next day. It was posted on the 10th by JPL and removed the next day.

Packed designation:  K06A04L


2006 AD

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  1.81 km. = 1.13 mile (JPL 6 Jan. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2006-A09

Notes:  2006 AD was discovered on 1 Jan. 2006 by the Siding Spring Survey and became the first object of the year to receive an MPEC discovery announcement, on Jan. 3rd. This was when JPL posted it with highly-preliminary impact solutions, the first less than eleven years away. NEODyS posted it on Jan. 4th with its first solution in less than five years. Both risk monitors removed it as a risk on Jan. 10th.

Packed designation:  K06A00D


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