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 1537 UTC on 23 May 2019




Last news

2019 JH7MPES data unavail.1.67021142019-05-161.04e-060-8.60-8.7NHATS target
2019 JJ3V=27.1, el.=51.5°1.07120432019-05-103.83e-080-8.40-8.51
2019 JZ2V=25.3, el.=148.9°3.14420412019-05-121.116e-050-5.17-5.17
2019 JY2V=25.3, el.=162.5°3.14520532019-05-121.67e-050-7.28-8.02NHATS target
2019 JR2V=24.9, el.=151.4°5.81220792019-05-122.44e-050-5.79-6.05
2019 JX1V=27.3, el.=132.5°1.78421002019-05-064.98e-070-8.42-8.54
2019 JO1V=26.2, el.=147.2°8.19520442019-05-203.3883107e-050-5.17-5.20
2019 JM1V=24.1, el.=136.6°7.22420782019-05-126.633e-060-4.40-4.40
2019 JKV=26.6, el.=151.9°9.16020532019-05-223.07e-070-7.61-7.73
2019 HS3V=27.3, el.=145.7°14.06120552019-05-231.45e-050-5.27-5.34
2019 HR2V=26.1, el.=160.7°6.15120682019-05-021.21e-090-11.12-11.19NHATS target
2019 GK21V=24.7, el.=116.7°23.11120992019-05-121.89e-060-6.34-6.51NHATS target
2019 GS19V=25.2, el.=153.1°29.07520692019-05-202.84e-070-6.95-7.06
2019 GD4V=26.3, el.=163.8°22.69820652019-05-024.955801e-050-5.88-6.21
2019 FEV=24.6, el.=145.7°51.89720952019-05-145.8566e-060-5.13-5.14
2019 DS1V=26.6, el.=103.3°60.54220822019-05-010.00141014010-3.29-3.30
2019 DPV=26.1, el.=108.6°65.56920732019-05-065.95146e-060-5.53-6.07NHATS target
2018 XB4V=24.9, el.=76.5°148.05020922019-05-122.05e-050-4.53-4.53NHATS target
2016 JAV=28.2, el.=83.5°16.07120642019-05-181.88e-070-8.36-8.67NHATS target
2016 AZ193V=32.0, el.=67.1°0.15920192019-05-022.1934605e-060-6.30-7.22NHATS target
2014 MA68V=30.7, el.=22.9°0.95320212019-05-051.64950216e-050-5.22-6.02NHATS target
2009 VZ39V=28.5, el.=38.6°0.04320192019-05-087.041321e-060-6.27-7.78
2006 QV89V=26.3, el.=119.5°9.86220192019-05-200.0001542621010-1.91-1.91NHATS target
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 GR21V=22.1, el.=136.3°1 day arc, last obs. 2019 Apr. 9
2019 DF2V=23.1, el.=116.7°1 day arc, last obs. 2019 Feb. 19
2019 CM4V=24.1, el.=74.4°34 day arc, last obs. 2019 Mar. 14
2019 AU14V=21.9, el.=83.0°2 day arc, last obs. 2019 Jan. 13
2019 AF14V=21.5, el.=88.8°1 day arc, last obs. 2019 Jan. 10
2017 SH33V=23.6, el.=149.6°1 day arc, last obs. 2017 Sept. 26
2017 QC36V=22.4, el.=43.2°0 day arc, last obs. 2017 Aug. 19
2016 NL56V=22.5, el.=100.4°3 day arc, last obs. 2016 July 15
2015 HV182V=24.0, el.=50.0°6 day arc, last obs. 2015 Apr. 21
2015 BP566V=21.1, el.=175.8°6 opp, last obs. 2017 Dec. 15
2014 JU15V=22.4, el.=110.8°36 day arc, last obs. 2014 June 3
2011 WL2V=22.4, el.=49.2°3 opp, last obs. 2019 Apr. 23
2010 GD37V=20.1, el.=163.6°3 day arc, last obs. 2010 Apr. 9
2010 DG77V=23.3, el.=110.5°1 day arc, last obs. 2010 Feb. 19
2010 AU118V=2.6, el.=119.3°1 day arc, last obs. 2010 Jan. 15
2007 FT3V=21.9, el.=45.2°1 day arc, last obs. 2007 Mar. 21
2001 CA21V=22.7, el.=41.2°2 day arc, last obs. 2001 Feb. 4
1950 DAV=21.2, el.=50.6°

Visibility - apparent magnitude & solar elongation at 0600 UTC on May 24th
           - 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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