MPC Ephemerides for Objects with Impact Solutions & Recently in News
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.

List dated as of 1407 UTC on 20 July 2019




Last news

2019 NJ7V=20.1, el.=167.4°4.06520252019-07-191.335e-100-4.94-4.94
2019 NF7V=25.3, el.=85.3°1.23620722019-07-182.57e-050-6.23-6.23
2019 ND7V=21.8, el.=49.3°10.98020932019-07-201.29e-050-3.03-3.39
2019 NA7V=21.7, el.=119.9°2.90820532019-07-177.52e-100-6.83-6.95
2019 NX5V=22.2, el.=116.6°0.99020692019-07-113.39755e-050-6.87-7.06NHATS target
2019 NP5V=22.9, el.=105.6°7.74521062019-07-152.621791e-050-6.30-6.67NHATS target
2019 NL4V=22.8, el.=164.6°5.79920742019-07-118.044e-080-7.58-7.58
2019 NW2V=23.6, el.=118.7°12.29820832019-07-152.58e-080-8.55-8.55
2019 NO2V=24.7, el.=144.4°4.04021022019-07-099.614982e-050-5.89-5.90
2019 NK1V=25.7, el.=163.0°5.96620842019-07-086.2823751e-050-7.02-7.47NHATS target
2019 MT2V=26.2, el.=50.8°6.84120792019-07-074.69444e-060-6.26-6.67
2019 LR4V=23.7, el.=79.3°41.24920992019-07-091.025032e-060-6.44-6.76
2019 LA2V=27.0, el.=118.9°22.21521032019-07-021.7e-060-6.77-7.12
2019 JH7V=31.7, el.=40.0°1.67021142019-07-061.41e-060-8.47-8.65NHATS target
2019 JZ2V=29.5, el.=109.8°5.03220412019-07-091.37e-070-7.10-7.1
2019 DJ1V=27.8, el.=68.4°393.36521082019-07-172.02e-070-8.02-8.31NHATS target
2019 BX1V=30.7, el.=86.7°25.97120582019-07-093.0541e-060-7.27-7.54NHATS target
2018 PJ20V=33.4, el.=45.2°9.97020932019-07-181.08e-070-8.27-8.47
2018 LD1V=31.3, el.=1.5°8.04720932019-07-184.07e-090-9.27-9.27
2017 FW90V=30.2, el.=75.6°33.87821012019-07-183.52296e-050-6.46-6.52NHATS target
2017 FSV=nil, el.=15.7°1.67221092019-07-191.42e-080-9.79-9.79
2016 WJ1V=25.3, el.=86.4°5140.74321042019-07-188.02e-070-4.51-5.31
2016 TY55V=27.7, el.=98.9°9.07120742019-07-174.9085295e-050-5.53-5.61NHATS target
2016 GS134V=30.9, el.=179.3°28.79520542019-07-112.7352e-070-7.87-8.01
2016 FF14V=31.0, el.=148.7°4.17321052019-07-177.343e-090-9.49-9.49
2016 EU84V=30.7, el.=5.9°4.07821152019-07-182.75e-090-10.95-11.12NHATS target
2016 CK137V=27.4, el.=91.2°8.00520402019-07-181.31e-040-5.20-5.83NHATS target
2016 CH30V=30.5, el.=14.6°21.28921002019-07-081.113339e-050-6.72-6.76NHATS target
2015 XR169V=31.8, el.=88.6°6.78920502019-07-153.54e-040-5.36-5.68NHATS target
2015 XH55V=32.4, el.=33.2°4.86320892019-07-172.45826e-060-7.97-8.33NHATS target
2015 UH52V=30.3, el.=19.5°14.79820752019-07-181.38e-060-6.51-6.8
2015 TL21V=30.3, el.=64.3°11.04020612019-07-183.29609e-060-6.12-6.34
2015 MZ53V=30.7, el.=57.2°5.03320672019-07-196.41e-080-8.63-8.63NHATS target
2015 BW516V=33.2, el.=100.5°10.47620462019-07-187.05e-050-5.37-5.72
2014 YNV=27.5, el.=48.7°50.82320952019-07-170.000105550360-4.79-5.29NHATS target
2014 WR362V=33.8, el.=60.8°2.96920782019-07-172.02e-070-7.89-7.89
2014 QN266V=28.7, el.=14.3°72.90320782019-07-181.65e-060-6.73-6.79NHATS target
2014 OX3V=32.3, el.=3.8°12.09020832019-07-181.387e-050-6.42-6.42
2014 MO68V=29.5, el.=14.1°11.04020752019-07-182.7e-060-5.01-5.07
2014 CH13V=26.4, el.=80.6°0.96320242019-07-081.340693e-070-6.56-7.05NHATS target
2013 GW38V=31.4, el.=176.2°4.11220612019-07-112.133562e-060-7.48-7.72
2013 AG69V=31.5, el.=80.9°5.21521132019-07-177.155e-060-6.37-6.52
2012 VE77V=29.2, el.=66.9°2.94320332019-07-172.559426e-050-4.59-4.59
2012 UEV=32.9, el.=147.0°1.90920402019-07-162.49e-060-7.09-7.3
2012 TP20V=31.3, el.=20.8°8.09920642019-07-187.45e-070-7.76-8.22NHATS target
2012 LJV=26.9, el.=63.8°1.51020512019-07-192.86e-060-5.68-5.71
2012 HE31V=30.0, el.=23.7°16.06220622019-07-153.6e-070-7.13-7.52NHATS target
2012 DJ54V=31.1, el.=35.6°16.85820682019-07-180.00033914562010-5.43-5.74NHATS target
2012 CS46V=30.0, el.=41.7°1.99920662019-07-209.958e-080-8.67-8.92NHATS target
2011 WN69V=30.0, el.=61.3°4.45320382019-07-172.152178e-060-6.17-6.39
2011 UA64V=33.1, el.=9.2°2.97421132019-07-168.671e-080-8.23-8.23
2011 BU59V=28.8, el.=15.4°11.18820892019-07-174.28e-060-6.24-6.51
2011 BP40V=28.8, el.=29.9°5.06020312019-07-171.82e-060-5.97-6.31NHATS target
2011 AE3V=30.0, el.=6.2°0.04320202019-07-085.78435526000001e-050-5.27-5.70NHATS target
2010 UZ7V=31.0, el.=35.8°2.81821112019-07-191.15e-080-7.96-7.96
2010 TN55V=33.8, el.=13.3°2.95120302019-07-171.772261e-060-6.57-7.29
2010 RA91V=25.9, el.=61.6°30.60121042019-07-175.44e-080-6.84-6.86NHATS target
2010 QG2V=26.7, el.=6.7°4.97120512019-07-171.059863e-050-4.41-4.42
410777 (2009 FD)V=24.2, el.=44.4°3701.80021902019-07-161.500e-08--6.61-6.61
2006 QV89V=22.7, el.=166.1°9.86220202019-07-183.315873e-060-4.79-4.92NHATS target
2004 ME6V=26.9, el.=33.8°0.87320232019-07-159.98154e-080-5.55-6.34
Note: The above risk-rated objects stay listed here until scrolled off the CRT page for lack of news.

These next risk-rated objects are not under active observation but some may be achievable targets:

ObjectVisibilityObs. ArcNotes
2019 CM4V=24.0, el.=121.3°34 day arc, last obs. 2019 Mar. 14
2019 AF14V=21.8, el.=109.1°1 day arc, last obs. 2019 Jan. 10
2017 QC36V=20.7, el.=83.3°0 day arc, last obs. 2017 Aug. 19
2017 PY26V=23.8, el.=143.9°5 day arc, last obs. 2017 Aug. 19
2016 WN55V=21.8, el.=53.9°2 day arc, last obs. 2016 Nov. 20
2016 NL56V=21.0, el.=162.7°3 day arc, last obs. 2016 July 15
2015 HV182V=23.6, el.=47.6°6 day arc, last obs. 2015 Apr. 21
2014 MV67V=24.2, el.=54.8°1 day arc, last obs. 2014 June 25
2013 JA17V=23.6, el.=41.5°4 day arc, last obs. 2013 May 12
2011 WL2V=22.7, el.=51.9°3 opp, last obs. 2019 Apr. 23
2010 GD37V=21.0, el.=103.5°3 day arc, last obs. 2010 Apr. 9
2010 AU118V=3.5, el.=72.3°1 day arc, last obs. 2010 Jan. 15
2009 CZ1V=23.2, el.=145.3°2 day arc, last obs. 2009 Feb. 5
2008 DBV=23.1, el.=145.0°24 day arc, last obs. 2008 Mar. 13NHATS target
2007 FT3V=22.5, el.=49.9°1 day arc, last obs. 2007 Mar. 21
2006 DNV=23.7, el.=163.9°34 day arc, last obs. 2006 Mar. 26NHATS target
2001 VBV=22.7, el.=66.2°8 day arc, last obs. 2001 Nov. 11
1950 DAV=21.3, el.=86.4°

Visibility - apparent magnitude & solar elongation at 0600 UTC on July 21st
           - V > 22.0 is out of view for most observers & V > 24.4 is out of view for almost everyone else
           - el. < 60.0° is leaving view for many observers & el. < 40.0° is out of view for everyone
Arc        - the longest observing arc (in days) used by either risk monitor for its risk analysis
VI#1       - the year with the earliest virtual impactor solution currently listed by either risk monitor
Last news  - last day UTC on which A/CC had news to report about this object's risk assessment
Cum. prob. - highest cumulative probability calculated for Earth impact (1.0/1.0e-06 = "one in a million")
TS         - highest Torino Scale rating reported by either risk monitor for this object
PS cum.    - highest Palermo Scale cumulative rating reported by either risk monitor
PS max.    - highest Palermo Scale maximum rating reported by either risk monitor

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