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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 0644 UTC on 25 February 2017
ObjectDistance LDVisibility todayEarth closest LDMoon closest LDNotes
2017 DC36 departed, bright
2017 DD36 2.49 @ 1515 Feb. 22
2017 DA36 approaching
2017 DZ35 departed
2017 DV35 9.66 @ 1403 March 8
2017 DX3417.69-18.88V=20.6-20.4, el.=130.9-131.3°5.05 @ 0834 Feb. 10
2017 DU349.99-10.23V=20.3-19.9, el.=145.5-157.8°9.99 @ 0150 Feb. 24
2017 DT342.47-3.17V=21.0-18.8, el.=75.0-120.7°2.44 @ 0332 Feb. 24
2017 DS3420.21-15.67V=20.1-19.7, el.=162.7-168.6°7.12 @ 1948 Feb. 27
2017 DR343.11-0.78V=19.0-17.1, el.=142.5-175.8°0.58 @ 0451 Feb. 250.70 @ 1402 Feb. 25intruder, entering Earth SOI
2017 DK3421.32-23.25V=20.9-20.8, el.=177.5-179.3°6.16 @ 1422 Feb. 13
2017 DJ1612.88-10.53V=19.4-19.1, el.=159.0-162.8°4.06 @ 2148 Feb. 28NHATS target
2017 DH1613.34-15.44V=20.9-20.7, el.=162.8-164.3°3.33 @ 2314 Feb. 17NHATS target
2017 DG160.40-1.70V=25.0-19.0, el.=36.1-58.1°0.36 @ 2107 Feb. 230.18 @ 1150 Feb. 24intruder, risk, NHATS target, inside Earth SOI
2017 DV159.84-10.65V=18.9-18.6, el.=140.5-145.5°8.76 @ 0316 Feb. 21
2017 DS1544.13-48.51V=22.2-22.0, el.=160.8-161.0°6.51 @ 2227 Feb. 13
2017 DF5.88-7.00V=20.5-20.1, el.=101.6-103.9°2.09 @ 0926 Feb. 192.16 @ 2304 Feb. 19NHATS target
2017 DB6.27-8.02V=27.0, el.=28.6-29.1°1.82 @ 1633 Feb. 202.74 @ 0107 Feb. 21NHATS target
2017 CP3227.32-29.61V=20.8-20.6, el.=109.2-109.5°2.39 @ 0533 Feb. 12
2017 CF3212.72-13.64V=19.7-19.6, el.=163.4-163.9°2.57 @ 0542 Feb. 10NHATS target, radar target
2017 CP13.61-3.63V=15.9-15.6, el.=143.0-154.6°3.58 @ 1026 Feb. 24NHATS target, radar target
2017 CS204.30-200.73V=19.7, el.=158.2-158.5°7.93 @ 1552 May 29
2017 BY932.40-5.25V=24.0-16.0, el.=21.6-73.5°2.37 @ 2159 Feb. 23risk, radar target, leaving Earth SOI
2017 BG30*14.8*V=28.8, el.=40.3°2.48 @ 1324 Feb. 5NHATS target
2017 BY60.62-62.33V=22.6-22.5, el.=161.1-161.8°5.28 @ 0217 Jan. 8NHATS target
2017 BW8.94-9.90V=20.1-19.7, el.=61.5-64.3°4.63 @ 0140 Feb. 17NHATS target, radar target
2017 AG5132.91-136.13V=22.0-21.9, el.=141.5-142.2°4.57 on 30 Dec. 2016NHATS target
2015 TC2523.32-22.62V=29.0, el.=47.5-47.9°7.63 @ 1449 March 26risk, NHATS target, radar target
2014 JO25569.31-560.62V=18.2-18.1, el.=6.9-7.1°4.57 @ 1223 April 19radar target
2012 DR3225.39-21.63V=20.1-19.8, el.=145.8-147.4°2.67 @ 1651 March 2
1998 SL3670.50-67.05V=22.0, el.=44.1-44.6°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, Feb. 25th.
 Other numbers are for 0000-2359 today UTC, processed by A/CC from JPL SSD Horizons data.


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