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MPC Ephemerides for Objects Passing Within Ten Lunar Distances
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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.
Active list dated as of 1519 UTC on 28 March 2017
ObjectDistance LDVisibility todayEarth closest LDMoon closest LDNotes
2017 FS917.22-8.70V=19.3-18.9, el.=148.8-151.6°3.94 @ 1020 March 24
2017 FR915.28-3.97V=18.8-18.7, el.=137.1-158.0°3.54 @ 2010 March 29
2017 FX9013.42-10.73V=20.2-19.8, el.=148.0-148.6°2.37 @ 1946 April 1risk
2017 FW906.17-6.99V=20.0-19.8, el.=163.1-165.7°3.52 @ 1642 March 22risk, NHATS target
2017 FU9019.74-23.41V=20.3-19.8, el.=157.3-161.4°7.38 @ 0713 March 23
2017 FS9022.71-24.86V=21.2-21.0, el.=164.1-164.9°7.13 @ 0447 March 18NHATS target
2017 FC6544.80-50.65V=22.5-22.2, el.=160.9-161.6°5.55 @ 0845 March 20
2017 FU6442.99-38.59V=20.0-19.7, el.=162.3-162.9°3.77 @ 1943 April 6risk
2017 FL6415.58-16.27V=23.0-22.9, el.=154.5-154.6°5.01 @ 2136 March 5risk, NHATS target
2017 FR6313.38-14.35V=20.5-20.4, el.=137.7-138.1°9.30 @ 1310 March 20NHATS target
2017 FQ6320.90-22.74V=20.2-20.0, el.=157.8-158.5°7.37 @ 1857 March 17NHATS target
2017 FL635.83-9.00V=38.0-26.0, el.=7.4-25.9°4.19 @ 2310 March 26
2017 FK39.05-9.32V=20.9-20.5, el.=98.3-108.8°9.04 @ 2048 March 27
2017 FJ33.57-3.91V=22.8-22.4, el.=97.9-101.8°2.57 @ 2058 March 22NHATS target
2017 FF35.77-5.87V=20.8-20.6, el.=92.0-96.4°5.75 @ 0321 March 27NHATS target
2017 FD326.85-29.48V=23.1-22.9, el.=162.7-163.5°0.47 @ 1427 March 170.92 @ 2206 March 17intruder, risk
2017 FA330.03-32.97V=24.0-23.8, el.=154.2-154.6°1.72 @ 1450 March 171.59 @ 1822 March 17risk
2017 FZ28.02-9.88V=34.0-32.0, el.=11.1-14.0°1.70 @ 2041 March 232.49 @ 0638 March 24risk, NHATS target
2017 FW235.09-38.26V=22.3-22.0, el.=139.6-140.7°5.00 @ 2354 March 16
2017 FU221.72-23.50V=22.7-22.5, el.=161.8-162.2°7.26 @ 2047 March 16
2017 FM217.70-18.34V=21.3-21.2, el.=105.8-106.8°7.00 @ 0005 March 6NHATS target
2017 FN128.85-32.95V=46.0-44.0, el.=6.6-7.5°0.16 @ 2101 March 201.17 @ 2102 March 20intruder, risk
2017 FM116.12-18.41V=30.0, el.=37.0-37.2°0.33 @ 2237 March 201.16 @ 0050 March 21intruder
2017 FW42.26-45.56V=22.8-22.6, el.=165.4-166.0°4.44 @ 2156 March 14
2017 FV18.67-15.95V=19.1-19.0, el.=140.4-146.5°8.99 @ 0341 April 2risk, radar target
2017 FS39.84-44.42V=37.0, el.=13.5-14.4°0.28 @ 0332 March 191.17 @ 0214 March 19intruder
2017 FR34.84-36.45V=21.4-21.3, el.=158.0-159.1°5.82 @ 0228 March 5NHATS target
2017 FK16.69-18.91V=30.0-29.0, el.=26.2°1.74 @ 1159 March 201.89 @ 1329 March 20NHATS target
2017 FJ13.36-15.42V=27.0, el.=42.0-42.2°1.98 @ 1501 March 211.56 @ 2146 March 21NHATS target
2017 EG3*22.2*V=24.8, el.=59.6°4.38 @ 1056 March 17NHATS target
2017 DC3674.64-76.85V=20.4-20.3, el.=133.8-134.5°4.23 @ 1205 Feb. 18NHATS target
2017 DX3460.47-62.07V=22.4, el.=159.1-159.9°5.06 @ 0831 Feb. 10NHATS target
2017 CS118.05-116.08V=18.6, el.=138.4-139.5°7.93 @ 1545 May 29radar target
2016 TB5748.07-48.66V=22.1-22.0, el.=175.6-176.7°5.24 on 31 Oct. 2016risk, NHATS target, radar target
2015 TC257.70-7.83V=22.9-22.8, el.=128.7-134.3°7.63 @ 1449 March 26risk, NHATS target, radar target
2014 JO25180.16-171.03V=25.0, el.=13.8-14.0°4.57 @ 1223 April 19radar target
1998 SL3638.83-42.07V=17.5-17.4, el.=121.0-121.9°8.34 @ 1329 March 16radar target
Distance         - distances from Earth in lunar distances (LD) at 0000 and 2359 today
Visibility today - if available, JPL geocentric apparent magnitude and solar elongation - shows min-max, not trend
                   (note that JPL Horizons provides nil V magnitude for elongation < 60°)
Earth closest    - Earth passage distance at best date-time calculation UTC
Moon closest     - lunar passage, calculated only if Earth passage is under 2.2 LD
PMD              - potential mission destination

*MPC MPES data for 0600 UTC, March 29th.
 Other numbers are for 0000-2359 today UTC, processed by A/CC from JPL SSD Horizons data.


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