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Traffic Report  on 20 August '17

Three objects reported inside ten LD

There are three minor planets traveling within ten lunar distances (LD) of Earth today. Just discovered intruder 2017 QN2 came into the Earth-Moon system today, passing our planet at 0.56 LD at 2153 UTC, while 2017 PV25 is inbound from 6.73 to 6.01 LD and newly announced risk-listed 2017 QT1 enters our ten-LD traffic reporting "bubble," moving in from 13.06 to 8.57 LD.

Earth passage I D ~Size Distance Today  Notes
0.56 LD today2017 QN2 7 m  0.56 LD NEW, intruder today, Earth closest at 2153 UTC - MPEC
2.59 LD Aug. 222017 QT1 15 m  8.57 from 13.06 LD NEW, enters ten LD, risk - MPEC
5.50 LD Aug. 222017 PV25 40 m  6.01 from 6.73 LD DOU
Approaching (sorted by 10-LD bubble entry date)
9.10 LD Aug. 252017 QJ2 21 m  < 10 LD Aug. 24, NEW - MPEC
5.49 LD Aug. 302017 QN1 17 m  < 10 LD Aug. 26, NEW - MPEC
4.82 LD Aug. 312017 QQ1 38 m  < 10 LD Aug. 27, NEW - MPEC
7.87 LD Sept. 291989 VB 389 m  < 10 LD Sept. 25
0.13 LD Oct. 122012 TC4 15 m  < 10 LD Oct. 5, intruder, radar/NHATS target, risk
8.5   LD Oct. 132005 TE49 15 m  < 10 LD Oct. 11, uncertainty +/- 10.1167 hours, NHATS target
5.77 LD Oct. 22171576 1999 VP11 645 m  < 10 LD Oct. 20

This report was updated at 2318 UTC with the discoveries of two more objects added to our active traffic table here (2017 QN2 and 2017 QJ2) as well as of already departed 2017 QG2 (MPEC), which slipped by at about 2.88 LD on August 8th.
        Your first A/CC local minor planets traffic report was generated at 1842 UTC with the discoveries of three objects seen in the above active traffic table (2017 QT1, 2017 QQ1, and 2017 QN1) and four more that have already left the bubble: 2017 QW1 (MPEC), which flew past at about 6.5 LD on August 8th, 2017 QV1 (MPEC) at 3.96 LD August 12th, 2017 QS1 (MPEC) at 9.37 LD August 8th, and intruder 2017 QP1 (MPEC), which went by us at about 0.16 LD and the Moon at 0.90 LD on August 14th. Today's DOU MPEC has first follow-up for departed 2017 PZ26 and continuing follow-up for 2017 PV25 and for departed objects 2017 NN6 (27.03 days added to its 9.01-day observing arc) and radar target 2017 CS.



Notes: Ten times the distance to the Moon (ten LD) has no astronomical importance but is a useful boundary for reporting about transient natural objects that approach our planet's gravitational sphere of influence (SOI), which has a radius of about 2.41 LD from Earth's center. This puts a focus on some of the most important and very best NEO observation work, representative of the much larger NEO discovery and tracking effort. Object distances are derived by A/CC from JPL Horizons data. See also current sky chart and object details (alt-details), ephemerides, and today's timeline.

NEOCP Activity  on 20 August '17

The MPC's NEO Confirmation Page has 73 listings

When last checked at 2358 UTC today, the Minor Planet Center's Near Earth Object discovery Confirmation Page (NEOCP) had 73 objects listed. Of these, eighteen were "one nighters." So far The Tracking News has counted a total of 112 listings on the NEOCP today.

To learn how observers use the NEOCP, see the Practical guide on how to observe NEOCP object at Suno Observatory by Birtwhistle et al.

New MPECs  on 20 August '17

Minor Planet Electronic Circulars

As of last check at 2358 UTC, there have been 30 MPECs posted today from the International Astronomical Union's Minor Planet Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts.


MPEC 2017-Q77 - "20:55 UT" - 2017 QP2


MPEC 2017-Q76 - "20:52 UT" - 2017 QO2


MPEC 2017-Q75 - "20:49 UT" - 2017 QN2


MPEC 2017-Q74 - "20:46 UT" - 2017 QM2


MPEC 2017-Q73 - "20:43 UT" - 2017 QL2


MPEC 2017-Q72 - "20:40 UT" - 2017 QK2


MPEC 2017-Q71 - "20:36 UT" - 2017 QJ2


MPEC 2017-Q70 - "20:34 UT" - 2017 QH2


MPEC 2017-Q69 - "20:30 UT" - 2017 QG2


MPEC 2017-Q68 - "17:26 UT" - 2015 UK52


MPEC 2017-Q67 - "16:12 UT" - 2017 QF2


MPEC 2017-Q66 - "16:09 UT" - 2017 QE2


MPEC 2017-Q65 - "16:06 UT" - 2017 QD2


MPEC 2017-Q64 - "16:02 UT" - 2017 QC2


MPEC 2017-Q63 - "15:59 UT" - 2017 QB2


MPEC 2017-Q62 - "14:48 UT" - 2017 OR68 = 2011 CG42

Id. G.V. Williams, P. Sicoli


<< DOU on 20 Aug. '17 >>  MPEC 2017-Q61 - "12:04 UT" - Daily Orbit Update


MPEC 2017-Q60 - "02:49 UT" - 2017 QP1


MPEC 2017-Q59 - "02:46 UT" - 2017 QX1


MPEC 2017-Q58 - "02:43 UT" - 2017 QW1


MPEC 2017-Q57 - "02:36 UT" - 2017 QV1


MPEC 2017-Q56 - "02:33 UT" - 2017 QU1


MPEC 2017-Q55 - "02:30 UT" - 2017 QT1


MPEC 2017-Q54 - "02:27 UT" - 2017 QS1


MPEC 2017-Q53 - "02:24 UT" - 2017 QR1


MPEC 2017-Q52 - "02:21 UT" - 2017 QQ1


MPEC 2017-Q51 - "02:17 UT" - 2017 QO1


MPEC 2017-Q50 - "02:14 UT" - 2017 QN1


MPEC 2017-Q49 - "02:10 UT" - 2017 PS30


MPEC 2017-Q48 - "01:14 UT" - Comet C/2017 O1 (ASASSN)

Observers  on 20 August '17

A total of 59 observers appear in today's MPECs.

CodeObserver / observatory
349Ageo Obs. in Japan, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
H21Astronomical Research Obs. Westfield in Illinois, 35 in MPECs 2017-Q61, 2017-Q63, 2017-Q65, 2017-Q67, 2017-Q68, 2017-Q69, 2017-Q70, 2017-Q71, 2017-Q72, 2017-Q73 & 2017-Q74 -- 2017 QM2, 2017 QL2, 2017 QK2, 2017 QJ2, 2017 QH2, 2017 QG2, 2017 QF2, 2017 QD2, 2017 QB2, 2017 PE, 2017 OW18, 2017 OT18, 2017 OL1, 2017 OD, 2017 OC, 2017 NM6, 2017 MG3, 2017 KR34, 2017 GQ6, 2017 CS, 2015 UK52, 2014 YC15, 96631, 496018, 374449, 253586, 190166, 142561, 142464, 11398, 7336, 4197, 3288, 2329, 1980
T05ATLAS Haleakala in Hawaii, 6 in MPECs 2017-Q48, 2017-Q60 & 2017-Q61 -- 2017 QP1, 2017 PT25, C/2017 O1, 68950, 294739, 153415
T08ATLAS Mauna Loa in Hawaii, 2 in MPECs 2017-Q48 & 2017-Q60 -- 2017 QP1, C/2017 O1
215Buchloe Obs. in Germany, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
Z84Calar Alto Schmidt in Spain, 2 in MPECs 2017-Q53 & 2017-Q55 -- 2017 QT1, 2017 QR1
W96Campo Catino Austral Obs. in Chile, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
160Castelmartini Obs. in Italy, 9 in MPECs 2017-Q48 & 2017-Q61 -- C/2017 O1, 2008 MH1, 66146, 53319, 416584, 322763, 141670, 4197, 3753
807|Robert Holmes in Illinois via Cerro Tololo Inter-American Obs. (CTIO) in Chile, 14 in MPECs 2017-Q49, 2017-Q61, 2017-Q65, 2017-Q72 & 2017-Q76 -- 2017 QO2, 2017 QO1, 2017 QK2, 2017 QD2, 2017 PS30, 2017 PM26, 2017 PK26, 2017 OD20, 2017 NQ6, 2017 NN6, 2017 MY2, 2017 MW2, 2017 MT8, 2017 KO4
A77Chante-Perdrix Obs. in France, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
970Chelmsford Obs. in England, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
J01Cielo Profundo Obs. in Spain, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
K02Eastwood Obs. in England, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
J04ESA Optical Ground Station (ESA OGS) in the Canary Islands, 8 in MPECs 2017-Q57, 2017-Q58, 2017-Q59, 2017-Q60, 2017-Q61, 2017-Q66, 2017-Q67 & 2017-Q75 -- 2017 QX1, 2017 QW1, 2017 QV1, 2017 QP1, 2017 QN2, 2017 QF2, 2017 QE2, 2017 PV26
734Farpoint Obs. in Kansas, 2 in MPECs 2017-Q53 & 2017-Q64 -- 2017 QR1, 2017 QC2
E10*program code "*" (19) via Faulkes Telescope South in New South Wales, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
K83Forti Obs., 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
J95Great Shefford Obs. in England, 6 in MPECs 2017-Q53, 2017-Q55, 2017-Q59, 2017-Q61, 2017-Q63 & 2017-Q66 -- 2017 QX1, 2017 QT1, 2017 QR1, 2017 QE2, 2017 QB2, 2017 PY26
H06iTelescope Obs. Mayhill in New Mexico, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
H06`Erik Bryssinck in Belgium via iTelescope Obs. Mayhill in New Mexico, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
Q62iTelescope Obs. Siding Spring in New South Wales, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
Q623Rolando Ligustri in Italy via iTelescope Obs. Siding Spring in New South Wales, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
Q62<program code "<" (37) via iTelescope Obs. Siding Spring in New South Wales, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
Q62?B. Lutkenhoner in Germany via iTelescope Obs. Siding Spring in New South Wales, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
Q62|Sergio Foglia in Italy via iTelescope Obs. Siding Spring in New South Wales, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
P93JAXA Space Tracking & Communications Center (JAXA STCC) in Japan, 2 in MPECs 2017-Q72 & 2017-Q77 -- 2017 QP2, 2017 QK2
Q24Katori Obs. in Japan, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
D95Kurihara Obs. in Japan, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
W85LCOGT Cerro Tololo A in Chile, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q49 -- 2017 PS30
W87LCOGT Cerro Tololo C in Chile, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q52 -- 2017 QQ1
Q59LCOGT Siding Spring Clamshell #2 in New South Wales, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
H01Magdalena Ridge Obs. (MRO) in New Mexico, 2 in MPECs 2017-Q53 & 2017-Q64 -- 2017 QR1, 2017 QC2
C10Maisoncelles Obs. in France, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
W92MASTER OAFA Obs., 2 in MPEC 2017-Q61 -- 385580, 232368
568_Marco Micheli on Mauna Kea in Hawaii, 18 in MPECs 2017-Q50, 2017-Q51, 2017-Q52, 2017-Q54, 2017-Q55, 2017-Q56, 2017-Q61, 2017-Q63, 2017-Q64, 2017-Q65, 2017-Q69, 2017-Q70, 2017-Q71, 2017-Q72, 2017-Q73, 2017-Q74, 2017-Q75 & 2017-Q76 -- 2017 QU1, 2017 QT1, 2017 QS1, 2017 QS, 2017 QQ1, 2017 QO2, 2017 QO1, 2017 QN2, 2017 QN1, 2017 QM2, 2017 QL2, 2017 QK2, 2017 QJ2, 2017 QH2, 2017 QG2, 2017 QD2, 2017 QC2, 2017 QB2
213Montcabre Obs. in Spain, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
900Moriyama Obs. in Japan, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q59 -- 2017 QX1
C47Nonndorf Obs. in Austria, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
J69North Obs. in England, 3 in MPECs 2017-Q59 & 2017-Q61 -- 2017 QX1, 2017 PV25, 2017 PL26
C23Olmen Obs. in Belgium, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
F51Pan-STARRS 1 (PS1) in Hawaii, 37 in MPECs 2017-Q49, 2017-Q50, 2017-Q51, 2017-Q52, 2017-Q53, 2017-Q54, 2017-Q55, 2017-Q56, 2017-Q57, 2017-Q58, 2017-Q59, 2017-Q61, 2017-Q63, 2017-Q64, 2017-Q65, 2017-Q66, 2017-Q67, 2017-Q69, 2017-Q70, 2017-Q71, 2017-Q72, 2017-Q73, 2017-Q74, 2017-Q75, 2017-Q76 & 2017-Q77 -- 2017 QX1, 2017 QW1, 2017 QV1, 2017 QU1, 2017 QT1, 2017 QS1, 2017 QS, 2017 QR1, 2017 QQ1, 2017 QP2, 2017 QO2, 2017 QO1, 2017 QN2, 2017 QN1, 2017 QM2, 2017 QL2, 2017 QK2, 2017 QJ2, 2017 QH2, 2017 QG2, 2017 QF2, 2017 QE2, 2017 QD2, 2017 QC2, 2017 QB2, 2017 PZ26, 2017 PY24, 2017 PS30, 2017 PS25, 2017 OL1, 2015 NW9, 2011 WV134, 2010 MW, 456651, 333908, 294739, 174806
122Pises Obs. in France, 2 in MPEC 2017-Q61 -- 203015, 142464
6581Dave Balam via Plaskett 1.8m Telescope in British Columbia, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q53 -- 2017 QR1
K80Platanus Obs., 3 in MPEC 2017-Q61 -- 90075, 422699, 190166
W98Polonia Obs. in Chile, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q61 -- 488494
G39ROAD in Chile, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
L04ROASTERR-1 in Romania, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
104San Marcello Pistoiese Obs. in Italy, 6 in MPECs 2017-Q48, 2017-Q53, 2017-Q58, 2017-Q59, 2017-Q66 & 2017-Q77 -- 2017 QX1, 2017 QW1, 2017 QR1, 2017 QP2, 2017 QE2, C/2017 O1
H36Sandlot Obs. in Kansas, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q53 -- 2017 QR1
033Schwarzschild Obs. in Germany, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q56 -- 2017 QU1
G409B. Lutkenhoner in Germany via Slooh.com Canary Islands Obs. in the Canary Islands, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
W883B. Lutkenhoner in Germany via Slooh.com Chile Obs. in Chile, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
587Sormano Obs. in Italy, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q53 -- 2017 QR1
691Spacewatch 0.9m telescope in Arizona, 3 in MPECs 2017-Q61 & 2017-Q72 -- 2017 QK2, 2017 PL26, 2017 OJ19
291Spacewatch 1.8m telescope in Arizona, 10 in MPECs 2017-Q49, 2017-Q50, 2017-Q51, 2017-Q52, 2017-Q55, 2017-Q56, 2017-Q58, 2017-Q64, 2017-Q65 & 2017-Q66 -- 2017 QW1, 2017 QU1, 2017 QT1, 2017 QQ1, 2017 QO1, 2017 QN1, 2017 QE2, 2017 QD2, 2017 QC2, 2017 PS30
W34Squirrel Valley Obs. in North Carolina, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q61 -- 1917
A71Stixendorf Obs. in Austria, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
J22Tacande Obs. in the Canary Islands, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
W33Transit Dreams Obs., 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
T12UH/Tholen NEO Follow-Up 2.24m Telescope in Hawaii, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q61 -- 469219
H47Vicksburg Obs. in Mississippi, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
L01Visnjan Obs., 2 in MPECs 2017-Q53 & 2017-Q61 -- 2017 QS, 2017 QR1
C51WISE in Earth polar orbit, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
367Yatsuka Obs. in Japan, 1 in MPEC 2017-Q48 -- C/2017 O1
For a list of all participating observatories that have Web addresses, see A/CC's Observatory Links page.

Impact Risk Monitoring  on 20 August '17

Summary Risk Table for Risk Assessments Updated Today   (last checks: NEODyS at 2358 UTC)
See the CRT page for a list of all objects rated recently as risks and our ephemerides page for a list of risk-listed objects under current observation.
The time horizon for JPL is 100 years from today and for NEODyS is usually the year 2090. Both also post impact solutions beyond 100 years for a few special objects.
For the latest official risk assessments, and for explanations of the terminology, see the NASA/JPL Sentry and NEODyS CLOMON2 risk pages.
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Notes for Today's Latest Risk Assessments
2017 QT1NEODyS15502050-2117146.54e-07-6.67-6.810NEODyS: "Based on 24 optical observations (of which 1 are rejected as outliers) from 2017-08-15.414 to 2017-08-19.990."
JPL Sentry04012050-206933.1404e-07-6.98-7.060JPL: Computed at 20:49 Aug. 19th Pacific time based on 22 observations spanning 4.5761 days (2017-Aug-15.41271 to 2017-Aug-19.98885). Diameter approximately 0.015 km. from weighted mean H=26.81.
2017 PY26NEODyS17042092-2117171.82e-06-4.54-5.090NEODyS: "Based on 53 optical observations (of which 1 are rejected as outliers) from 2017-08-15.368 to 2017-08-19.884."
JPL Sentry15502108-211761.23872e-06-4.71-5.300JPL: Computed at 07:58 today Pacific time based on 53 observations spanning 4.5158 days (2017-Aug-15.36698 to 2017-Aug-19.882741). Diameter approximately 0.110 km. from weighted mean H=22.42.
2017 PV26NEODyS1704204811.42e-05-2.83-2.830NEODyS: "Based on 19 optical observations (of which 3 are rejected as outliers) from 2017-08-05.568 to 2017-08-20.181."
JPL Sentry15502048-204817.262e-06-3.11-3.110JPL: Computed at 07:48 today Pacific time based on 17 observations spanning 14.613 days (2017-Aug-05.56722 to 2017-Aug-20.180109). Diameter approximately 0.190 km. from weighted mean H=21.24.
2017 PL26NEODyS17042111-211751.83e-06-4.72-5.150NEODyS: "Based on 105 optical observations (of which 5 are rejected as outliers) from 2017-08-13.402 to 2017-08-20.239."
JPL Sentry15502081-2116462.36166566e-05-3.62-4.400JPL: Computed at 08:02 today Pacific time based on 103 observations spanning 6.5537 days (2017-Aug-13.40074 to 2017-Aug-19.95449). Diameter approximately 0.120 km. from weighted mean H=22.19.
2015 ME131JPL Sentry04012018-20891003.52113e-08-3.63-4.130JPL: Computed at 11:21 April 8th Pacific time based on 6 observations spanning 1.8406 days (2015-Jun-23.58462 to 2015-Jun-25.42522). Diameter approximately 0.499 km. from weighted mean H=19.16.

Legend: VI# = VI count, Prob Cum = cumulative probability, PS Cum/Max = cumulative/maximum Palermo Scale, TS = Torino Scale (next 100 years)

An impact solution, also known as a "virtual impactor" (VI), is not a prediction but rather a possibility derived from a variant 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" to learn more.

Chronology  on 20 August '17

Times are UTC for when items were noted or added by The Tracking News.

2318Updated Traffic Report
2200Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q69 - 2017 QG2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q70 - 2017 QH2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q71 - 2017 QJ2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q72 - 2017 QK2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q73 - 2017 QL2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q74 - 2017 QM2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q75 - 2017 QN2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q76 - 2017 QO2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q77 - 2017 QP2 - see above
1733Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q68 - 2015 UK52 - see above
1704Noted that NEODyS has updated its 2017 PL26 risk assessment - see above
Noted that NEODyS has updated its 2017 PV26 risk assessment - see above
Noted that NEODyS has posted 2017 PY26 as an impact risk - see above
1630Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q63 - 2017 QB2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q64 - 2017 QC2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q65 - 2017 QD2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q66 - 2017 QE2 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q67 - 2017 QF2 - see above
1550Noted that JPL Sentry has updated its 2017 PL26 risk assessment - see above
Noted that JPL Sentry has updated its 2017 PV26 risk assessment - see above
Noted that JPL Sentry has updated its 2017 PY26 risk assessment - see above
Noted that NEODyS has posted 2017 QT1 as an impact risk - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q61 - Daily Orbit Update - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q62 - 2017 OR68 = 2011 CG42 - see above
0401Noted that JPL Sentry has updated its 2015 ME131 risk assessment - see above
Noted that JPL Sentry has posted 2017 QT1 as an impact risk - see above
0325Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q57 - 2017 QV1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q58 - 2017 QW1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q59 - 2017 QX1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q60 - 2017 QP1 - see above
0238Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q48 - Comet C/2017 O1 (ASASSN) - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q49 - 2017 PS30 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q50 - 2017 QN1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q51 - 2017 QO1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q52 - 2017 QQ1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q53 - 2017 QR1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q54 - 2017 QS1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q55 - 2017 QT1 - see above
Grabbed MPEC 2017-Q56 - 2017 QU1 - see above