Contents  on 25 June '07

WELCOME to A/CC's prototype daily news publication designed to be the viewing end of a planned autonomous 24-hour news service. The new tools and this publication format are working well enough now to share with readers. It is expected that this approach will require less time to maintain than our previous news and small asteroid pages, which were retired on May 14th. There's still more development ahead and there probably will be some glitches along the way, but this is what's needed to keep up with the increasing pace of minor-object news. The CRT page will be maintained separately for a little while longer, until all of this is working smoothly. And the CRT and small-asteroid ephemerides will be kept going.

Minor-Object News  on 25 June '07

No news links were found or prepared on this day.

Minor-Object Science  on 25 June '07

NEOCP Activity  on 25 June '07

The MPC's NEO Confirmation Page has 7 listings: 7 updated

When last checked at 2350 UTC today, the Minor Planet Center's NEO discovery Confirmation Page (NEOCP) had seven updated listings. Of these, none were "one nighters." Major News counted a total of nine objects listed on the NEOCP at some point on this day.

New MPECs  on 25 June '07

Minor Planet Electronic Circulars

There were two MPECs issued this day from the International Astronomical Union's Minor Planet Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts.


MPEC 2007-M41 - "21:55 UT" - 2007 MT20


<< DOU on 25 June '07 >>  MPEC 2007-M40 - "06:07 UT" - Daily Orbit Update

Observers  on 25 June '07

Sixteen observing facilities appeared in this day's MPECs.

703Catalina Sky Survey in Arizona, 3 in MPECs 2007-M40 & 2007-M41 -- 2007 MT20, 137170, 3103
595Farra d'Isonzo Obs. in Italy, 1 in MPEC 2007-M41 -- 2007 MT20
683Goodricke-Pigott Obs. in Arizona, 1 in MPEC 2007-M40 -- 136818
511Haute Provence Obs. in Germany, 1 in MPEC 2007-M40 -- 2007 FK1
G88LAMP Obs. in Arizona, 1 in MPEC 2007-M40 -- 2007 LA15
704LINEAR in New Mexico, 4 in MPECs 2007-M40 & 2007-M41 -- 2007 MT20, 2007 ML6, 2006 RO36, 145656
130Lumezzane Obs. in Italy, 6 in MPEC 2007-M40 -- 2007 MB4, 2007 LV8, 2007 LF, 2007 DF8, 2005 NW44, 136818
932McCarthy Obs. in Connecticut, 1 in MPEC 2007-M41 -- 2007 MT20
118Modra Obs. in Slovakia, 1 in MPEC 2007-M41 -- 2007 MT20
A24New Millennium Obs. in Italy, 6 in MPECs 2007-M40 & 2007-M41 -- 2007 MT20, 2007 LF, 2006 KE89, 2005 NW44, 145656, 85275
649Powell Obs. in Kansas, 1 in MPEC 2007-M40 -- 2007 MC4
473Remanzacco Obs. in Italy, 1 in MPEC 2007-M41 -- 2007 MT20
854Sabino Canyon Obs. in Arizona, 1 in MPEC 2007-M41 -- 2007 MT20
E12Siding Spring Survey in New South Wales, 11 in MPEC 2007-M40 -- 2007 LQ19, 2007 LW19, 2007 LU, 2007 LU19, 2007 LV, 2007 HE15, 2007 FE20, 2005 LY19, 2000 UV16, 16636, 4341
F85Tiki Obs. in Tahiti, 2 in MPEC 2007-M40 -- 2007 LT, 2007 ML13
H83Timberlake Obs., 1 in MPEC 2007-M40 -- 24443

Impact Risk Monitoring  on 25 June '07

Summary Risk Table for Risk Assessments Updated Today   (last checks: NEODyS and JPL at 2350 UTC)
Note that the time horizon for JPL is 100 years from today and for NEODyS is usually the year 2080.
For the latest official risk assessments, see the JPL NEO Program Sentry and NEODyS CLOMON (backup) risk pages.
0000NNN000

Object

Risk
Monitor
When
Noted
UTC
0000T0000
Year
Range

VI
#
000NN00
Prob
Cum
T0000
PS
Cum
T0000
PS
Max

T
S


Notes for Today's Latest Risk Assessments
2007 LQ19NEODyS1347208211.49e-06-2.52-2.520NEODyS #2: "Based on 16 optical observations (of which 0 are rejected as outliers) from 2007/06/13.788 to 2007/06/23.837."
JPL1112208211.5e-06-2.51-2.510JPL: "Analysis based on 16 observations spanning 10.048 days (2007-Jun-13.78733 to 2007-Jun-23.83582)." Diameter approximately 0.900 km. from mean, weighted H=17.9.

Legend: VI# = VI count, Prob Cum = cumulative probability, PS Cum/Max = cumulative/maximum Palermo Scale, TS = Torino Scale

For a list of all risk-rated objects recently in view, see our ephemerides page.

An impact solution, also known as a "virtual impactor" (VI), is not a prediction but rather a possibility derived from an orbit calculation that cannot be eliminated yet based on the existing data. Elimination can come quickly with just a little further observation or may take weeks or months, sometimes years. Once superceded or eliminated, a former impact solution has zero relevance to an object's risk. See Jon Giorgini's "Understanding Risk Pages" for more about all this.

Chronology  on 25 June '07

Times are UTC for when the items were noted by Major News.

2350Grabbed MPEC 2007-M41 - 2007 MT20 - see above
1351Added MOS paper, "The dust, planetesimals and planets of HD 38529" - see above
Added MOS paper, "Two-flow magnetohydrodynamical jets around young stellar objects" - see above
1347Noted that NEODyS has updated its 2007 LQ19 risk assessment - see above
1346Noted that NEODyS has posted 2007 LQ19 as an impact risk - see above
1112Noted that JPL has updated its 2007 LQ19 risk assessment - see above
Noted that NEODyS has removed 2007 LQ19 as an impact risk - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2007-M40 - Daily Orbit Update - see above