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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 2145 UTC on 12 November 2018
ObjectDistance LDVisibility todayEarth closest LDMoon closest LDNotes
2018 VU77.65-6.74V=19.6, el.=150.1-160.9°6.42 @ 2321 Nov. 13
2018 VT711.10-10.71V=20.9, el.=166.5-167.7°8.20 @ 1724 Nov. 25
2018 VP713.04-12.03V=20.9-20.8, el.=139.3-143.2°7.64 @ 0748 Nov. 20
2018 VN710.15-13.01V=20.3-19.6, el.=115.1-118.2°2.61 @ 1556 Nov. 8
2018 VD710.83-9.69V=19.8, el.=119.8-127.6°9.04 @ 1009 Nov. 14
2018 VC71.38-0.88V=17.3-16.9, el.=90.9-125.7°0.87 @ 0223 Nov. 131.08 @ 2103 Nov. 13intruder, risk, NHATS target, inside Earth SOI
2018 VZ69.45-9.69V=20.2-19.7, el.=104.6-118.3°9.45 @ 0154 Nov. 12
2018 VS69.76-12.39V=20.1-19.6, el.=168.9-169.4°1.45 @ 0814 Nov. 81.59 @ 2209 Nov. 7risk
2018 VR68.68-8.10V=20.1-19.9, el.=155.4-168.4°8.00 @ 1355 Nov. 13
2018 VP614.68-17.09V=20.7-20.5, el.=172.5-174.4°7.82 @ 1124 Nov. 7risk
2018 VN62.97-2.05V=20.2-18.5, el.=85.1-158.9°1.86 @ 1729 Nov. 122.87 @ 1841 Nov. 12entering Earth SOI
2018 VM611.76-14.34V=17.8-17.1, el.=120.4-127.2°9.31 @ 0142 Nov. 10
2018 VX55.47-4.25V=18.9-18.5, el.=101.9-107.2°3.61 @ 0443 Nov. 14
2018 VU513.93-15.88V=20.0-19.6, el.=170.5-172.6°7.84 @ 2243 Nov. 6
2018 VT515.03-17.21V=22.5-22.2, el.=165.9-166.5°0.48 @ 0132 Nov. 51.17 @ 2002 Nov. 4intruder, risk, NHATS target
2018 VO516.06-18.78V=21.4-21.0, el.=152.3-153.1°0.37 @ 0130 Nov. 60.96 @ 2057 Nov. 5intruder
2018 VM519.62-21.85V=22.0-21.7, el.=159.4-160.1°7.32 @ 0708 Nov. 4
2018 VH56.01-6.37V=20.9-20.4, el.=104.7-116.0°5.93 @ 0617 Nov. 11NHATS target
2018 VF59.99-9.71V=21.1-21.0, el.=142.3-149.3°9.66 @ 1559 Nov. 13
2018 VD55.89-7.43V=23.3-22.3, el.=71.7-82.5°4.48 @ 0421 Nov. 10risk
2018 VZ417.09-18.55V=21.6-21.4, el.=145.9-147.0°7.03 @ 0124 Nov. 2NHATS target
2018 VY45.84-7.36V=22.3-21.1, el.=72.6-88.7°5.44 @ 0552 Nov. 11
2018 VW411.63-10.36V=18.5-18.4, el.=130.1-137.5°9.74 @ 0611 Nov. 14
2018 VV49.36-11.24V=22.5-21.9, el.=75.3-82.0°6.26 @ 0201 Nov. 9
2018 VA43.13-3.63V=21.2-20.0, el.=87.9-113.5°3.13 @ 2134 Nov. 11NHATS target
2018 VV325.33-28.23V=22.5-22.3, el.=122.4-123.2°1.13 @ 0640 Nov. 30.51 @ 0810 Nov. 3Moon buzzer
2018 VR35.26-6.99V=25.0, el.=36.4-37.8°1.90 @ 0728 Nov. 92.24 @ 1541 Nov. 9NHATS target
2018 VO35.45-4.51V=19.6-19.5, el.=115.0-130.7°4.11 @ 0214 Nov. 14NHATS target
2018 VL327.38-30.06V=20.1-20.0, el.=153.1-154.1°8.47 @ 1341 Nov. 2
2018 VA24.78-6.17V=23.0-22.0, el.=55.7-59.9°1.87 @ 0100 Nov. 92.69 @ 0652 Nov. 9NHATS target
2018 VX11.93-3.15V=23.0-20.8, el.=51.8-60.3°0.99 @ 1819 Nov. 101.53 @ 2255 Nov. 10intruder, NHATS target, leaving Earth SOI
2018 VS14.95-6.80V=28.0-25.0, el.=20.2-34.3°3.62 @ 1402 Nov. 10
2018 VP120.00-22.19V=25.5-25.3, el.=161.1-161.8°0.39 @ 1819 Nov. 21.35 @ 1757 Nov. 2intruder, risk
2018 VO129.66-31.47V=21.4-21.2, el.=168.7-169.1°9.26 @ 0732 Oct. 27NHATS target
2018 VN110.59-11.30V=20.0-19.8, el.=140.3-143.6°8.67 @ 2004 Nov. 6NHATS target
2018 VA115.38-16.91V=22.5-22.3, el.=105.4-107.7°7.62 @ 0845 Nov. 4NHATS target
2018 VZ46.60-50.00V=22.4-22.3, el.=128.1-128.8°6.81 @ 1155 Oct. 29
2018 VT26.15-28.65V=24.5-24.2, el.=83.9-85.6°9.00 @ 2008 Nov. 2
2018 VL20.98-22.81V=22.4-22.2, el.=160.8-161.7°1.47 @ 0643 Oct. 311.38 @ 0647 Oct. 31NHATS target
2018 VK43.18-46.47V=21.2-21.0, el.=167.0-167.1°7.72 @ 2007 Oct. 29
2018 VG15.26 & beyondV=26.0, el.=45.0°1.19 @ 0028 Nov. 32.04 @ 1647 Nov. 2NHATS target
2018 VD38.56 & beyondV=23.3, el.=154.9°1.73 @ 2121 Oct. 302.23 @ 2111 Oct. 30
2018 VC16.40-17.60V=20.6-20.5, el.=159.4-159.6°1.44 @ 2151 Oct. 281.95 @ 0526 Oct. 29risk, NHATS target
2018 VB20.16 & beyondV=26.0, el.=43.4°5.70 @ 0647 Nov. 2NHATS target
2018 UD315.15 & beyondV=23.6, el.=62.1°1.62 @ 1737 Nov. 21.87 @ 0641 Nov. 3
2018 UB348.00-50.56V=22.0-21.8, el.=171.3°8.60 @ 1154 Oct. 23
2018 UC286.94-91.27V=20.8-20.7, el.=117.6-117.9°9.42 @ 0507 Oct. 23
2018 UY115.14-16.78V=22.0, el.=53.7-57.4°7.42 @ 2124 Nov. 4NHATS target
2018 UQ110.84-9.76V=16.2-16.1, el.=114.8-127.3°9.40 @ 2244 Nov. 13
2018 UE121.53-22.18V=22.5-22.4, el.=119.1-119.6°6.80 @ 1652 Oct. 13NHATS target
2018 TG66.81-6.60V=20.4, el.=127.1-129.1°3.93 @ 1604 Dec. 2NHATS target
2018 TZ596.22-99.65V=22.5-22.4, el.=166.5-167.2°8.53 @ 1345 Oct. 10
2018 TF3*35.8*V=32.1, el.=8.8°7.77 @ 1759 Nov. 5
2018 TR78.45-80.48V=23.9-23.8, el.=132.0-132.5°8.04 @ 1718 Sept. 28risk, NHATS target
2018 TB83.58-86.01V=22.8, el.=162.0-162.8°4.83 @ 0517 Oct. 2risk
2013 YM254.28-53.53V=24.6, el.=95.9-96.5°7.31 on 9 Jan. 2019NHATS target
2013 VX439.77-38.45V=21.2-21.1, el.=105.3-106.5°4.09 @ 1705 Dec. 9
2008 WD1431.90-29.93V=21.1-21.0, el.=73.4-73.8°7.42 @ 0014 Nov. 27
163899 2003 SD22051.87-50.79V=15.8-15.7, el.=90.6-91.1°7.36 @ 0103 Dec. 22NHATS 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 2.26 LD

*MPC MPES data for 0600 UTC, Nov. 13th.
 Other numbers are for 0000-2359 today UTC, processed by A/CC from JPL SSD Horizons data.


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