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 MPC Ephemerides for Human-Accessible NEOs (NHATS targets)
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As a convenience to NEO observers, this form obtains ephemerides from the IAU Minor Planet Center (not associated with A/CC).
Objects here are from NASA's NHATS (Near-Earth Object Human Space Flight Accessible Targets Study) table, selected for
  current visibility using this query, and presented in reverse designation order (newer discoveries first) in two lists:
  first objects for which observations may be achievable by most observers (V <= 22.0), then objects for larger telescopes
  (V <= 25.0). Only objects V < 20.0 are initially checked.
See below for column value explanations plus data dates and object counts.

Observer feedback is welcomed. For instance, would you suggest different visibility cutoffs or prefer to have
  object listings sorted by magnitude rather than designation? This page will at some point completely replace
  the original PMD ephemerides page, based on a no longer maintained list of potential mission destinations.
Object IDVisibility nowOCCObservation ArcNotes
2017 FW90V=20.1, el.=166.2°537 obs. 2017 Mar. 25-27risk
2017 FT90V=21.2, el.=159.3°726 obs. 2017 Mar. 25-27
2017 FS90V=21.2, el.=163.8°732 obs. 2017 Mar. 25-27
2017 FA65V=21.7, el.=160.0°821 obs. 2017 Mar. 20-24
2017 FV64V=21.6, el.=168.4°815 obs. 2017 Mar. 21-24
2017 FO64V=21.3, el.=175.4°819 obs. 2017 Mar. 20-24
2017 FR63V=20.5, el.=138.1°540 obs. 2017 Mar. 22-27
2017 FQ63V=20.2, el.=157.5°752 obs. 2017 Mar. 21-27
2017 FK63V=20.5, el.=135.7°737 obs. 2017 Mar. 21-27
2017 FH63V=21.0, el.=170.7°827 obs. 2017 Mar. 20-27
2017 FG3V=22.0, el.=143.7°926 obs. 2017 Mar. 20-27
2017 FF3V=20.8, el.=90.8°637 obs. 2017 Mar. 20-25
2017 FX2V=21.1, el.=172.1°731 obs. 2017 Mar. 19-27
2017 FM2V=21.8, el.=105.5°612 obs. 2017 Mar. 16-20
2017 FRV=21.3, el.=157.7°671 obs. 2017 Mar. 17-27
2017 ED3V=20.5, el.=141.9°635 obs. 2017 Mar. 6-25
2017 EC3V=20.6, el.=158.1°747 obs. 2017 Mar. 6-25
2017 EB3V=20.6, el.=102.5°629 obs. 2017 Mar. 6-24
2017 DC36V=20.4, el.=133.6°5325 obs. 2017 Feb. 22-Mar. 27
2017 DT15V=22.0, el.=172.2°7112 obs. 2017 Feb. 18-Mar. 19
2017 DDV=21.9, el.=87.6°664 obs. 2017 Feb. 16-Mar. 23
2017 CP1V=21.7, el.=103.0°5247 obs. 2017 Feb. 3-27radar target
2017 BF29V=21.9, el.=135.8°639 obs. 2017 Jan. 26-Mar. 3
2017 BL6V=21.0, el.=93.6°585 obs. 2017 Jan. 26-Mar. 28
2017 AG21V=20.8, el.=111.3°9last obs. 2017 Jan. 6
2016 TB57V=22.0, el.=177.0°3131 obs. 2016 Sept. 12-2017 Mar. 27risk, radar target
2016 AU8V=21.6, el.=85.7°1179 obs. at 3 opp. 2013-2017
2015 JF11V=21.6, el.=72.6°99 obs. 2015 May 13-June 5
2014 YQ15 - 487577V=20.3, el.=115.0°1156 obs. at 3 opp. 2014-2017
2014 EK24 - 459872V=21.2, el.=112.5°0572 obs. at 2 opp. 2014-2017
2012 HN13V=21.3, el.=163.7°072 obs. at 2 opp. 2012-2017
2012 EY11V=20.7, el.=156.9°077 obs. at 3 opp. 2001-2017
2012 ECV=21.1, el.=138.0°0135 obs. at 2 opp. 2012-2017
2011 UW158 - 436724V=20.3, el.=167.1°0925 obs. at 3 opp. 2011-2015
2011 KR12V=21.9, el.=129.7°152 obs. at 2 opp. 2011-2016
2011 FV9V=21.4, el.=151.3°728 obs. 2011 Mar. 27-Apr. 13
2011 BT15 - 471240V=21.6, el.=162.1°0214 obs. at 4 opp. 2007-2017
2010 SO16 - 419624V=21.3, el.=68.8°0210 obs. at 2 opp. 2010-2015
2010 GP67V=21.0, el.=109.4°141 obs. at 2 opp. 2010-2016
2010 EG21V=21.2, el.=108.8°750 obs. 2010 Mar. 9-23
2006 QQ23V=22.0, el.=52.2°146 obs. at 3 opp. 2006-2014
2006 HW50V=21.1, el.=92.5°083 obs. at 2 opp. 2006-2017
2005 EE - 265482V=21.4, el.=127.7°0374 obs. at 5 opp. 2004-2017radar target
2004 JX20 - 464798V=21.5, el.=68.8°0708 obs. at 6 opp. 2004-2016
2004 HX53V=22.0, el.=165.1°092 obs. at 2 opp. 2004-2013
2004 GU9 - 164207V=20.6, el.=105.1°0200 obs. at 12 opp. 2001-2017
2003 WR21 - 226554V=20.9, el.=56.5°0250 obs. at 7 opp. 1990-2017
2002 NW16 - 452389V=19.6, el.=82.6°01219 obs. at 4 opp. 2002-2017
2002 NV16 - 363305V=21.5, el.=164.9°0373 obs. at 6 opp. 2002-2014
2002 JX8V=21.9, el.=71.5°281 obs. at 3 opp. 2002-2008
2001 WC47 - 141018V=17.4, el.=107.9°01348 obs. at 9 opp. 1991-2017
2000 HA24 - 138404V=15.7, el.=143.4°0229 obs. at 10 opp. 1989-2016
2000 EE104 - 138175V=21.8, el.=93.8°0838 obs. at 18 opp. 2000-2017
2000 CO101 - 363067V=21.8, el.=57.7°0777 obs. at 5 opp. 2000-2011links
2000 CE59 - 483422V=19.5, el.=108.5°0305 obs. at 5 opp. 2000-2017
2000 AF205V=20.8, el.=144.5°179 obs. at 4 opp. 2000-2017
1999 SO5 - 474163V=21.7, el.=81.0°0242 obs. at 3 opp. 1999-2017
1999 JV6 - 85990V=21.5, el.=103.2°01003 obs. at 19 opp. 1999-2017radar target
1999 JU3 - 162173 RyuguV=20.8, el.=72.7°0713 obs. at 6 opp. 1986-2016Hayabusa 2 mission destination (underway), links
1999 FA - 474158V=21.7, el.=89.5°0214 obs. at 3 opp. 1998-2016
1998 VO - 192559V=19.0, el.=126.9°0580 obs. at 5 opp. 1998-2017
1998 HD14 - 437841V=22.0, el.=87.3°0144 obs. at 7 opp. 1998-2016
1992 BF - 152563V=21.4, el.=76.6°0329 obs. at 6 opp. 1992-2017
1989 UQ - 65679V=21.1, el.=47.0°0399 obs. at 10 opp. 1954-2016
1989 FC - 4581 AsclepiusV=21.6, el.=102.1°0201 obs. at 8 opp. 1989-2016
Visibility
    - MPC Ephemeris Service (MPES) apparent magnitude (V) and solar elongation (el.) at 0600 UTC on March 29th
    - V > 22.0 is out of view for most observers and V > 24.4 is out of view for almost everyone
      (objects are initially checked only if V < 20.0, within the limiting magnitude of most amateur telescopes)
    - el. < 60° is leaving view for many observers and el. < 40° is out of view for everyone
OCC - JPL Orbit Condition Code, quantifies the orbit solution uncertainty, from 0 (best) to 9, like MPC U code
Observation Arc
    - excerpted straight from MPES as of A/CC's most recent NHATS-related MPES query, (c)Copyright MPC

These listings were derived from a NASA total of 2011 NHATS-listed objects. A group of 176 was selected for
  predicted visibility from a NHATS query made at 1505 UTC on 28 March, followed by an MPES query at 1505 on 28 March
  that resulted in 65 brighter targets, of which 5 are initially checked, and 111 dimmer targets. This page was
  assembled at 1509 on 28 March 2017.

This page's URL is http://www.HohmannTransfer.com/busy/camp/nhats_ephem.htm
  and can be reached using the A/CC "Tracking News" navigation frame at http://www.HohmannTransfer.com/news.htm


Objects possibly achievable with larger telescopes:
Object IDVisibility nowOCCObservation ArcNotes
2017 FT64V=22.3, el.=166.1°812 obs. 2017 Mar. 21-24
2017 FL64V=22.9, el.=154.5°712 obs. 2017 Mar. 18-28risk
2017 FJ3V=22.8, el.=96.9°615 obs. 2017 Mar. 20-22
2017 FB3V=22.2, el.=162.1°720 obs. 2017 Mar. 19-25
2017 EK3V=23.2, el.=93.2°733 obs. 2017 Mar. 6-10
2017 ELV=22.2, el.=127.8°745 obs. 2017 Mar. 2-27
2017 EDV=23.0, el.=114.7°670 obs. 2017 Mar. 2-9
2017 DB38V=22.7, el.=129.0°552 obs. 2017 Feb. 21-Mar. 25
2017 DX34V=22.4, el.=160.2°738 obs. 2017 Feb. 22-Mar. 27
2017 DP34V=22.9, el.=103.8°660 obs. 2017 Feb. 22-Mar. 2
2017 DL34V=23.3, el.=98.1°769 obs. 2017 Feb. 21-Mar. 6
2017 DFV=23.9, el.=121.9°581 obs. 2017 Feb. 17-24
2017 CF32V=23.0, el.=154.0°6134 obs. 2017 Feb. 14-Mar. 16radar target
2017 CQ1V=23.5, el.=69.0°650 obs. 2017 Jan. 28-Mar. 3
2017 BM123V=23.7, el.=59.1°695 obs. 2017 Jan. 31-Mar. 1radar target
2017 BP91V=23.3, el.=118.1°623 obs. 2017 Jan. 29-Feb. 25
2017 BN32V=23.9, el.=136.0°688 obs. 2017 Jan. 29-Feb. 26
2017 BM32V=23.5, el.=121.1°749 obs. 2017 Jan. 29-Feb. 23
2017 BF30V=22.6, el.=137.8°446 obs. 2017 Jan. 27-Mar. 24
2017 BD29V=22.2, el.=110.7°486 obs. 2017 Jan. 26-Mar. 7
2017 BS5V=23.3, el.=85.9°571 obs. 2017 Jan. 14-Feb. 15
2017 BWV=23.6, el.=52.6°2426 obs. 2017 Jan. 19-Feb. 22radar target
2017 BSV=23.6, el.=122.7°736 obs. 2017 Jan. 10-Feb. 7
2017 AG5V=23.9, el.=119.9°5484 obs. 2017 Jan. 5-Feb. 21
2017 AE5V=23.3, el.=63.1°840 obs. 2017 Jan. 4-23
2016 YF8V=23.2, el.=117.4°646 obs. 2016 Dec. 22-2017 Jan. 27
2016 YP4V=22.9, el.=176.0°548 obs. 2016 Dec. 22-2017 Mar. 18
2016 YN1V=24.1, el.=59.9°636 obs. 2016 Dec. 15-2017 Jan. 16
2016 YQV=24.3, el.=89.6°670 obs. 2016 Dec. 19-2017 Jan. 6
2016 XJ2V=24.3, el.=83.7°650 obs. 2016 Dec. 5-2017 Jan. 6
2016 VY1V=23.4, el.=128.3°737 obs. 2016 Nov. 6-9
2016 UW80V=22.7, el.=87.1°672 obs. 2016 Oct. 28-Nov. 24
2016 UP41V=23.1, el.=70.6°364 obs. 2016 Oct. 26-2017 Feb. 16
2016 TB18V=22.6, el.=94.7°490 obs. 2016 Oct. 7-2017 Feb. 24
2016 TKV=22.1, el.=166.7°456 obs. 2016 Oct. 1-2017 Mar. 19
2016 SM2V=24.2, el.=97.4°824 obs. 2016 Sept. 25-Oct. 7
2016 RQ1V=23.6, el.=135.8°640 obs. 2016 Sept. 4-30
2016 PC8V=24.0, el.=117.8°625 obs. 2016 Aug. 3-Sept. 6
2016 JR33V=22.1, el.=156.0°754 obs. 2016 May 13-30
2016 JJ17V=24.1, el.=84.0°452 obs. 2016 May 4-June 2
2016 HO3 - 469219V=22.2, el.=127.8°080 obs. at 7 opp. 2004-2016
2016 HL3V=24.6, el.=91.9°441 obs. 2016 Apr. 27-June 8
2016 GA3V=23.8, el.=94.2°529 obs. 2016 Apr. 3-10
2016 FU12V=22.8, el.=155.2°719 obs. 2016 Mar. 28-Apr. 1
2016 FR12V=23.4, el.=123.2°531 obs. 2016 Mar. 28-Apr. 15
2016 CR247V=23.3, el.=78.3°437 obs. 2016 Feb. 11-Apr. 22
2015 TC25V=22.7, el.=135.9°327 obs. 2015 Oct. 11-12risk, radar target
2015 SO2V=24.7, el.=78.6°198 obs. at 2 opp. 2015-2016
2015 NA14V=24.2, el.=70.9°1456 obs. at 3 opp. 2014-2016
2015 FO124V=24.2, el.=88.6°423 obs. 2015 Feb. 18-May 21
2015 FJ36 - 487583V=22.6, el.=112.0°1120 obs. at 3 opp. 2015-2017
2015 FM33V=22.8, el.=133.2°324 obs. at 2 opp. 2015-2016
2014 VL6V=23.0, el.=80.6°4145 obs. 2014 Nov. 11-2015 Jan. 23
2014 SD224V=23.9, el.=45.7°189 obs. at 3 opp. 2014-2016
2014 NJ65V=22.9, el.=88.1°9From 7 obs. 2014 July 7-9. E-assumed.risk
2014 MK55V=23.3, el.=157.5°458 obs. at 2 opp. 2014-2015
2013 XV8V=23.7, el.=73.8°1280 obs. at 2 opp. 2013-2016
2013 UE3 - 471984V=24.2, el.=51.9°2108 obs. at 4 opp. 2013-2016
2013 PZ38V=23.5, el.=143.7°643 obs. 2013 Aug. 9-Sept. 14
2013 NX - 433303V=23.2, el.=78.1°2163 obs. at 3 opp. 2013-2016
2013 NJV=23.5, el.=129.9°0238 obs. at 3 opp. 2013-2017
2013 HO11V=24.0, el.=90.1°478 obs. at 2 opp. 2013-
2013 BZ45 - 454094V=22.6, el.=67.2°0161 obs. at 4 opp. 2013-2017
2012 XO134V=24.0, el.=122.0°288 obs. at 2 opp. 2012-2014
2012 XL16V=22.9, el.=130.8°531 obs. 2012 Dec. 6-16
2012 HD20V=23.7, el.=57.4°277 obs. at 2 opp. 2012-2016
2011 PU1V=23.4, el.=154.8°0105 obs. at 3 opp. 2011-2014
2011 HF - 420210V=22.6, el.=96.0°0167 obs. at 2 opp. 2011-2015
2011 EM51 - 414990V=22.2, el.=122.1°0209 obs. at 5 opp. 2011-2017
2011 EKV=23.2, el.=73.3°653 obs. 2011 Mar. 1-29
2011 CG71 - 482234V=23.8, el.=86.3°163 obs. at 3 opp. 2011-2016
2011 AA23V=24.8, el.=116.8°542 obs. 2011 Jan. 11-Mar. 13
2010 VB1V=24.6, el.=56.5°269 obs. at 3 opp. 2010-2016
2010 SH15V=22.5, el.=132.1°255 obs. at 2 opp. 2010-2014
2010 MS1V=23.5, el.=47.1°434 obs. 2010 June 21-July 23
2010 CF19V=25.0, el.=67.5°0171 obs. at 3 opp. 2010-2014
2009 WZ104V=22.4, el.=60.1°11163 obs. at 4 opp. 2005-2016
2008 SO - 410649V=23.0, el.=94.6°0223 obs. at 3 opp. 2008-2014
2008 NP3V=24.5, el.=110.4°063 obs. at 3 opp. 2008-2010
2008 JV19 - 281375V=23.1, el.=72.4°1583 obs. at 8 opp. 2008-2016
2008 GC110V=22.8, el.=110.6°098 obs. at 3 opp. 2008-2017
2007 RQ17 - 293726V=23.0, el.=130.6°0127 obs. at 6 opp. 2007-2015
2007 PS9V=23.8, el.=105.2°371 obs. 2007 Aug. 12-2008 Feb. 13
2006 OT9V=23.1, el.=41.3°079 obs. at 2 opp. 2006-2012
2006 KV89 - 452807V=23.5, el.=48.9°0107 obs. at 5 opp. 2006-2016
2006 KQ1V=22.1, el.=102.5°151 obs. at 2 opp. 2006-2017
2006 DXV=23.4, el.=129.5°067 obs. at 2 opp. 2006-2017
2006 CL9V=23.4, el.=98.1°5138 obs. 2006 Feb. 4-Mar. 23
2005 JS108 - 187040V=22.4, el.=84.6°0434 obs. at 8 opp. 2002-2017
2004 QD14 - 450300V=22.2, el.=44.5°0132 obs. at 6 opp. 2004-2016
2004 EW - 164202V=22.6, el.=90.3°0405 obs. at 9 opp. 2004-2015
2004 CO49V=22.2, el.=151.9°084 obs. at 3 opp. 2004-2017
2004 BW18V=24.5, el.=86.6°493 obs. 2003 Dec. 30-2004 Apr. 13
2003 MM - 416283V=23.1, el.=51.5°0106 obs. at 5 opp. 2002-2016
2003 HT42V=24.2, el.=90.2°6110 obs. 2003 Apr. 29-May 11
2003 EZ16V=22.1, el.=133.8°0105 obs. at 2 opp. 2003-2017
2002 VU114V=24.1, el.=58.2°054 obs. at 2 opp. 2002-2011
2002 SRV=22.5, el.=89.6°055 obs. at 4 opp. 2002-2017
2001 XV266 - 218017V=23.1, el.=41.0°0188 obs. at 5 opp. 2001-2014
2001 VC2V=23.3, el.=61.1°247 obs. at 2 opp. 2001-2003
2001 AV43V=24.7, el.=148.5°0101 obs. at 2 opp. 2000-2013
2000 TL1V=22.3, el.=171.5°528 obs. at 2 opp. 2000-
2000 SJ344 - 326354V=24.1, el.=104.5°037 obs. at 4 opp. 2000-2012
2000 SD8 - 337252V=22.5, el.=48.4°089 obs. at 5 opp. 2000-2012
2000 FJ10 - 190491V=24.2, el.=84.7°0235 obs. at 6 opp. 2000-2014
1999 RQ36 - 101955 BennuV=23.7, el.=73.9°0561 obs. at 3 opp. 1999-2013Osiris-REx mission destination (planned), risk, links
1999 AQ10 - 208023V=22.2, el.=69.0°0321 obs. at 5 opp. 1999-2017links
1998 MW5V=22.5, el.=45.8°1154 obs. at 3 opp. 1998-2000
1997 XR2 - 433953V=22.7, el.=92.9°0392 obs. at 5 opp. 1997-2017radar target
1982 HR - 3361 OrpheusV=22.8, el.=49.1°0620 obs. at 14 opp. 1982-2014
1982 DB - 4660 NereusV=22.4, el.=71.1°0519 obs. at 12 opp. 1981-2015


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