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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 1649 UTC on 27 May 2018
ObjectDistance LDVisibility todayEarth closest LDMoon closest LDNotes
2018 KY2*5.4*V=25.2, el.=36.5° 0.78 @ 0525 yesterdayintruder
2018 KU29.80-11.41V=19.8-19.4, el.=171.0-172.3°3.13 @ 1059 May 21NHATS target
2018 KT28.03-9.89V=19.3-18.9, el.=175.2-176.5°2.48 @ 0053 May 23NHATS target
2018 KN27.74-6.77V=17.8-17.3, el.=168.4-173.8°6.10 @ 1510 May 29
2018 KD222.64-25.63V=21.4-21.1, el.=142.9-143.1°2.24 @ 1106 May 191.57 @ 0928 May 19
2018 KW15.52-7.08V=26.0-25.0, el.=58.4-58.5°0.39 @ 1156 May 230.57 @ 0237 May 23intruder, NHATS target
2018 KO138.21-41.20V=21.0-20.8, el.=168.6-168.9°3.90 @ 2304 May 13
2018 KF111.05-12.93V=21.6-21.3, el.=84.9-85.0°2.24 @ 0852 May 212.85 @ 0132 May 21
2018 KU20.10-21.79V=21.2-21.0, el.=158.8-159.7°7.56 @ 1252 May 16
2018 KS8.53-10.20V=26.0-25.0, el.=44.9-47.1°2.05 @ 0401 May 221.59 @ 0635 May 22NHATS target
2018 KQ14.94-16.36V=22.9-22.7, el.=113.4-115.8°8.70 @ 2303 May 19
2018 JG347.16-50.31V=22.9-22.8, el.=152.9-153.1°2.84 @ 1427 May 11
2018 JK224.37 & beyondV=22.7, el.=90.9°9.44 @ 0636 May 9NHATS target
2018 JG113.94-15.66V=20.7-20.5, el.=86.8-87.4°5.29 @ 0050 May 20risk
2018 JA1beyond 104.43 @ 1606 May 13NHATS target
2018 JY30.34-32.57V=22.8-22.6, el.=68.0-68.4°8.78 @ 1606 May 14
2018 JN50.30-52.33V=22.2-22.1, el.=150.5-151.3°4.48 @ 1947 April 30risk
2018 JM77.48-80.71V=21.4-21.3, el.=168.7-169.1°6.54 @ 1447 April 30
2018 HO41.13-41.99V=23.9, el.=123.5-124.1°7.57 @ 2221 April 12NHATS target
2018 EJ421.22-19.91V=17.3-17.1, el.=115.6-116.1°5.56 @ 1915 June 10radar/NHATS target
2016 HP6beyond 102.16 @ 0104 May 132.94 @ 0813 May 13NHATS target
2015 DP15517.32-16.52V=17.6-17.5, el.=99.4-100.0°8.96 @ 0553 June 11NHATS target
2014 JR2579.27-82.97V=21.4-21.3, el.=158.2-158.4°6.49 @ 0503 May 4
68347 2001 KB6711.42-10.07V=17.0-16.4, el.=53.0-63.3°9.50 @ 0245 May 29radar target
1999 FN1926.05-27.16V=19.4, el.=96.6-97.8°9.65 @ 1357 May 7radar/NHATS 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, May 25th.
 Other numbers are for 0000-2359 today UTC, processed by A/CC from JPL SSD Horizons data.


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