<10=less than 10 LD from Earth

EBN Timeline for July 2009

<SI=inside Earth SOI (sphere of influence)
M<1=less than 1 LD from the Moon
E<1=less than 1 LD from Earth (intruder)
LD = lunar distance (average Earth-Moon distance)
28 July 2009
UTEvents
16252009 OW6 closest Earth approach = 7.18 LD
27 July 2009
UTEvents
08392009 OW6 discovered by CSS at 7.50 LD inbound, V=17.9 reported, elon. 161.4°
25 July 2009
UTEvents
14412001 FE90 last observed optically, by Tzec Maun Obs. Pingelly at 65.08 LD outbound, V=17.5 reported
24 July 2009
UTBoundary Transitions<10<SIM<1E<1Events
10562009 OW6 enters 10-LD bubble10000808152664 1998 FW4 observed first, by ARO at 345.03 LD inbound, V=21.9 reported, elon. 131.8°
12 July 2009
UTEvents
0027distant 2008 NP3 last observed optically, by El Gato Gris Obs. at 17.89 LD, C=17.4 reported
11 July 2009
UTBoundary Transitions<10<SIM<1E<1
13512014 MV18 exits 10-LD bubble0000
9 July 2009
UTEvents
1302distant 2008 NP3 observed first, by SSS at 22.11 LD, V=17.9 reported, elon. 164.1°
7 July 2009
UTEvents
083868216 2001 CV26 observed first, by Rio Cuarto Obs. at 266.02 LD inbound, C=17.8 reported, elon. 113.3°
5 July 2009
UTEvents
13262014 MV18 closest Earth approach = 4.68 LD - Note: JPL reports an approach to 4.77 LD (4.15 minimum) at 1551 UTC with an uncertainty of +/- 12 hours and 57 minutes.
3 July 2009
UTBoundary Transitions<10<SIM<1E<1
17082006 MV1 exits 10-LD bubble1000
1 July 2009
UTBoundary Transitions<10<SIM<1E<1
14342001 FE90 exits 10-LD bubble2000


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