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 1930 UTC on 18 September 2019




Last news

2019 RV3V=21.6, el.=95.1°11.74820642019-09-181.38e-070-4.36-4.83
2019 RT3V=20.3, el.=127.9°6.68020632019-09-181.37e-040-4.13-4.2
2019 RQ2V=24.7, el.=46.3°8.71120562019-09-155.69e-070-6.53-6.94
2019 RO2V=21.0, el.=170.3°10.95221042019-09-172.86e-080-8.00-8.0
2019 RX1V=25.2, el.=50.1°2.70620332019-09-111.17e-080-7.72-7.73
2019 RQ1V=22.1, el.=172.7°1.51920502019-09-186.28e-080-6.48-6.52
2019 RQV=27.0, el.=169.4°3.15720422019-09-091.57e-070-9.15-9.43
2019 QR8V=26.3, el.=118.8°1.05020902019-09-163.5472e-070-8.11-8.33
2019 QV7V=22.4, el.=175.1°7.20821152019-09-072.92e-100-7.78-7.78
2019 QE7V=23.7, el.=166.9°4.80520972019-09-051.45e-050-5.97-6.24
2019 QD6V=20.4, el.=122.3°2.00220232019-08-314.099152e-070-4.62-5.09
2019 QU3V=25.4, el.=136.6°12.21920602019-09-091.46e-050-6.86-7.07
2019 QR3V=28.1, el.=46.8°2.24520732019-08-302.74e-040-4.70-5.04
2019 QB1V=24.9, el.=172.7°7.83820322019-08-303.96e-070-7.17-7.59
2019 QSV=30.5, el.=19.3°6.94620962019-09-082.249e-070-6.46-6.46
2019 QFV=25.4, el.=169.5°7.24620692019-08-303.00801e-070-7.99-8.25
2019 QEV=24.0, el.=161.6°17.17421132019-09-064.346e-070-7.68-7.68
2019 QDV=30.7, el.=42.8°0.64921122019-08-224.1e-070-8.37-8.37
2019 PO1V=23.9, el.=147.5°25.84120642019-09-059.99e-050-5.87-6.08NHATS target
2019 PGV=25.0, el.=151.9°21.02021012019-08-252.02e-060-6.39-6.66
2019 ND7V=22.4, el.=26.5°12.87120932019-08-274.89e-060-3.49-4.24
2018 YQ2V=25.4, el.=156.5°240.30121152019-08-302.39e-110-11.64-11.64NHATS target
2018 SD2V=30.1, el.=66.7°17.17220652019-09-159.26e-050-6.03-6.62NHATS target
2018 RF5V=33.7, el.=45.1°9.20621032019-09-161.32e-050-6.37-6.56
2018 RQ4V=31.8, el.=20.2°11.17420882019-08-253.27241e-060-6.76-7.13NHATS target
2018 FE3V=29.1, el.=28.2°23.04420902019-09-176.18e-060-6.73-6.74NHATS target
2017 UQ6V=29.4, el.=62.7°19.01320352019-08-212.81e-070-7.93-8.14NHATS target
2016 TY55V=28.6, el.=83.2°9.07120742019-09-171.52e-050-6.13-6.65NHATS target
2015 ME131V=21.7, el.=48.2°1.84120202019-08-203.20093e-080-3.90-4.72
2015 HV182V=23.7, el.=46.3°6.08120452019-08-273.48775e-080-4.92-5.23NHATS target
2014 HN197V=26.6, el.=49.0°2.03220272019-08-276.48386e-080-5.30-6.22
2010 FDV=30.0, el.=46.9°30.10620852019-09-041.5165e-060-6.51-6.54
2008 EM68V=29.5, el.=4.5°0.11020202019-09-141.08449782e-050-5.58-6.25
2008 DBV=27.2, el.=41.5°4199.01821102019-08-196.75e-100-9.95-9.95NHATS target
Note: The above risk-rated objects stay listed here until scrolled off the CRT page for lack of news.

Visibility - apparent magnitude & solar elongation at 0600 UTC on Sept. 19th
           - 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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