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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 1324 UTC on 16 July 2018
ObjectDistance LDVisibility todayEarth closest LDMoon closest LDNotes
2018 NY20.15-21.75V=22.3-22.1, el.=127.7-128.5°7.95 @ 0837 July 5
2018 NX6.24-6.97V=21.2-21.0, el.=117.2-117.8°0.30 @ 1811 July 70.59 @ 0726 July 7intruder, NHATS target
2018 NW37.32-42.05V=25.2-25.0, el.=116.0-116.3°0.32 @ 0311 July 80.64 @ 0048 July 8intruder, risk
2018 NU20.21-22.35V=23.1-22.9, el.=78.0-78.2°2.42 @ 1839 July 6
2018 NM2.31-1.44V=17.9-17.5, el.=79.2-112.2°1.40 @ 0528 July 171.06 @ 0325 July 17NHATS target, inside Earth SOI
2018 NL31.64-33.43V=23.2-23.1, el.=81.0-81.6°1.42 @ 2017 June 281.20 @ 1743 June 28risk
2018 NJ12.20-13.50V=24.2-24.0, el.=78.1-78.4°2.37 @ 0057 July 7risk, NHATS target
2018 NH66.05-71.00V=23.3-23.1, el.=114.9-115.0°1.13 @ 1730 July 20.43 @ 1835 July 2Moon buzzer
2018 MC731.00-32.05V=22.9, el.=107.9-108.6°2.19 @ 0942 June 182.80 @ 1953 June 17risk, NHATS target
2018 LR3*16.7*V=26.3, el.=38.2°6.01 @ 1817 June 29risk, NHATS target
2018 LQ214.91-14.76V=20.1, el.=112.3-112.6°9.36 @ 2135 Aug. 27NHATS target
2018 JG197.25-98.97V=23.4, el.=134.2-135.3°5.29 @ 0050 May 20risk
2015 DP15537.95-39.10V=17.9, el.=149.8-150.1°8.96 @ 0553 June 11NHATS target
441987 2010 NY6562.09-65.01V=19.5-19.4, el.=133.6-133.9°7.28 @ 0905 June 24radar target
68347 2001 KB67148.79-152.03V=20.0-19.9, el.=117.3-117.8°9.50 @ 0245 May 29radar target
1999 FN1986.22-87.86V=20.6, el.=159.0-160.1°9.65 @ 1357 May 7radar/NHATS target
1998 SD9124.49-120.48V=41.0, el.=5.1-5.4°4.22 @ 0726 Aug. 29
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, July 17th.
 Other numbers are for 0000-2359 today UTC, processed by A/CC from JPL SSD Horizons data.


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