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Showing posts with label Close-Approach. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Close-Approach. Show all posts

Nov 10, 2019

I have done more updating to the table "Known-(with reasonably low uncertainty)-NEO-Earth-Close-Approaches-Less-Than-10LD(Nominal_Dist)-as-of-2019-11-08p"


I added
  • Planetary Orbits -- Scale Model
  • Solar System Objets -- Scale Model
Planetary Orbits [if the Earth was the size of a Basketball - with a radius of 12.0275 CM(4.73523622 inches)]
Planetary Orbits [if the Earth was the size of a Basketball - with a radius of 12.0275 CM(4.73523622 inches)]
Solar System Objets
[if the Earth was the size of a Basketball - with a radius of 12.0275 CM(4.73523622 inches)]


If  the Earth was the size of a basketball  how far would the Moon [and the NEO Earth Close Approaches  be]
If  the Earth was the size of a basketball  how far would the Moon [and the NEO Earth Close Approaches  be]?  Here is a spreadsheet of 9331 Close Approaches Less Than 10LD (Nominal_Dist) as of 2019 11-08p   [if the Earth was the size of a Basketball - with a
  radius of 12.0275 CM(4.73523622 inches)]

Nov 3, 2019

The Table "Known-(with reasonably low uncertainty)-NEO-Earth-Close-Approaches-Less-Than-10LD(Nominal_Dist)-as-of-2019-11-03a" Has been updated.


If  the Earth was the size of a basketball  how far would the Moon [and the NEO Earth Close Approaches  be]
If  the Earth was the size of a basketball  how far would the Moon [and the NEO Earth Close Approaches  be]?  Here is a spreadsheet of 9281 Close Approaches Less Than 10LD (Nominal_Dist) as of 2019 11-03a   [if the Earth was the size of a Basketball - with a
  radius
of 12.0275 CM(4.73523622 inches)]

NEO-Earth-Close-Approaches by number of Earth radii from 2010-January-01 to 2021-January-01
NEO-Earth-Close-Approaches by number of Earth radii from 2010-January-01 to 2021-January-01

If  the Earth was the size of a basketball  how far would the Moon [and the NEO Earth Close Approaches  be]? in feet 2010-January-01 to 2021-January-01
If  the Earth was the size of a basketball  how far would the Moon [and the NEO Earth Close Approaches  be]? in feet 2010-January-01 to 2021-January-01

Known NEO Earth Close Approaches <= Geosynchronous orbit From 2004-Mar-01 to 2029-May-01  (as of 2019-11-30)


Known NEO Earth Close Approaches <= Geosynchronous orbit
From 2004-Mar-01 to 2029-May-01
 (as of 2019-11-30)

Data from the NSA-JPL SBDB Close-Approach Data API https://ssd-api.jpl.nasa.gov/cad.api?dist-max=11LD&date-min=1900-01-01&date-max=2200-12-31&fullname=true&sort=dist

Nov 1, 2019

NEO Made a Close Flyby on Halloween Wow it was ~ 4.60 (Metaphorical) inches From a Basketball Size Earth


A 1  to 7 meters NEO made a close approache  on Halloween  it was ~ 4.60 (Metaphorical) Inches from a Basketball Size Earth. This asteroid discovered by the Catalina Sky Survey  and given the observer-assigned temporary designation. C0PPEV1(Now  2019 UN13) So far there is 18 observations from four observing stations over 3.7 hours. This object has gone out of range telescopes so new observations  runs will have wait until  2019 UN13 comes back in range(if ever).

If  the Earth was the size of a basketball  how far would the Moon [and the NEO Earth Close Approaches  be]? 
  Given the fact it was  the 2nd closest approache it is making buzz online ---by the way  it is too small to do anything.





Scout: NEOCP Hazard Assessment of C0PPEV1 archive
Pseudo-MPEC for C0PPEV1 - Project Pluto ..
Spooky Halloween asteroid flyby one of the closest near misses ever seen A big space boulder scopes out the trick-or-treating situation here on Earth.(Cnet)
Earth Impact Effects Program

Oct 28, 2019

The 2019 UB8 2019-10-29 Flyby! How Close? Is Close?

(2019 UB8) approximate (0.50 LD) flyby distance from Earth
This image adapted by Steven M Tilley from the image the original
Earth-Moon.png by Nickshanks
 under licensed under the
Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Generic license
Tonight(2019-Oct-28/29) the NEO 2019 UB8 (4.4 m - 9.7 m) will do a flyby(A.K.A NEO Earth Close Approaches) of a Nominal Distance of 0.50 LD (0.00127 AU) ~191,000 KM (~ 119,000 miles). Sorting by nominal distance, this close approach is listed in the top 270 of 22,500+ entries in JPL's close approach database. (As of 2019-Oct-28) Flybys within one LD are quite common from what we "know" NEOs flybys within one LD a few times every week or so.

If  the Earth was the size of a basketball  how far would the Moon be?
What is Close

Close is a relative term. "Close" to a major sports venue is not the same as "close" to the ER. If one were to think of a basketball-size Earth, it may in understanding what is "close" and what is "far." In this, basketball-size Earth system, the ISS would be at ~0.76 CM (0.3 inches); we had NEO Flybys at 10.35 CM (4.1 inches) [ 2011 CQ1 on 2011-Feb-04] before. The Moon would range from ~673.41 CM (~22.0 Ft) to ~753.81 CM (~24.7 Ft). 2019 UB8 will be ~347.62 CM (~11.4 Ft) from the basketball. To see 2019 UB8 tonight, check out the Virtual Telescope Project.

Oct 19, 2019

NEO Earth Close Approaches within 25 Lunar distance(dist_min)

We getting better at finding NEO(s) however we have not been looking for very long. Many factors like the full moon, cloudy nights, the lack of large telescopes(i.e. poor sky coverage), etc can keep us from discovering them. So, therefore, we do not "know" about many of the Close Approaches that have happened.  Much of the "known" Close Approaches is only our best postdiction and predictions  Here is An  NEO Earth Close Approaches within 25 Lunar distance(dist_min) table [ Data was taken from NASA JPL SBDB Close-Approach Data API on 2019-10-14.] and scatter plots.  The apparent gaps are most likely were "unknown" Close Approaches would go.

"known" Close Approaches within 25 Lunar distance(nominal)

 
"known" Close Approaches within 10 Lunar distance(nominal)
"known" Close Approaches within 1 Lunar distance(nominal)

"known" Close Approaches within 0.5 Lunar distance(nominal)
"known" Close Approaches within 0.25 Lunar distance(nominal)
"known" Close Approaches within 0.1(Geosynchronous orbit) Lunar distance(nominal)
"known" Close Approaches within 25 Lunar distance(nominal) 1/1/2014  12:00:00 AM to 10/13/2019  11:59:00 PM

"known" Close Approaches within 10 Lunar distance(nominal) 1/1/2014  12:00:00 AM to 10/13/2019  11:59:00 PM
"known" Close Approaches within 1Lunar distance(nominal) 1/1/2014  12:00:00 AM to 10/13/2019  11:59:00 PM
"known" Close Approaches within 0.5 Lunar distance(nominal) 1/1/2014  12:00:00 AM to 10/13/2019  11:59:00 PM
"known" Close Approaches within 0.25 Lunar distance(nominal) 1/1/2014  12:00:00 AM to 10/13/2019  11:59:00 PM
"known" CA within 0.1(Geosynchronous orbit)  Lunar distance(nominal) 1/1/2014  12:00:00 AM to 10/13/2019  11:59:00 PM
"known" Close Approaches dist nominal 0.1(Geosynchronous orbit) LD vs Approximate Diameters (M) A=0.15

"known" Close Approaches dist nominal 0.25 LD vs Approximate Diameters (M) A=0.15

"known" Close Approaches dist nominal 0.5 LD vs Approximate Diameters (M) A=0.15


"known" Close Approaches dist nominal 1 LD vs Approximate Diameters (M) A=0.15

"known" Close Approaches dist nominal 10 LD vs Approximate Diameters (M) A=0.15
"known" Close Approaches dist nominal 25 LD vs Approximate Diameters (M) A=0.15
"known" Close Approaches by absolute magnitude (H)

To get an idea what sizes of "known" Asteroids here is a graph and table created JPL Small-Body Database Search Engine (Asteroids [Numbered and Unnumbered] on 2019-10-18)

upper Approximate Diameters (KM) A=0.15 vs Number of NEOs   upper Approximate Diameters (KM)  A=0.15 vs the number of all All Asteroids

Approximate Diameters (KM)  A=0.15
upper(H) lower(H)  upper lower All Asteroids NEOs NEOs has a % of All Asteroids
-1.50 -1.00 6,847.85 5,439.44 1 0.000% 0 0.000% 0.000%
-1.5 -1.00 6,847.85 5,439.44 1 0.000% 0 0.000% 0.000%
-1 -0.50 5,439.44 4,320.70 1 0.000% 0 0.000% 0.000%
-0.5 0.00 4,320.70 3,432.06 1 0.000% 0 0.000% 0.000%
0 0.50 3,432.06 2,726.18 1 0.000% 0 0.000% 0.000%
0.5 1.00 2,726.18 2,165.48 0 0.000% 0 0.000% 0.000%
1 1.50 2,165.48 1,720.10 0 0.000% 0 0.000% 0.000%
1.5 2.00 1,720.10 1,366.33 2 0.000% 0 0.000% 0.000%
2 2.50 1,366.33 1,085.31 2 0.000% 0 0.000% 0.000%
2.5 3.00 1,085.31 862.09 0 0.000% 0 0.000% 0.000%
3 3.50 862.09 684.79 7 0.001% 0 0.000% 0.000%
3.5 4.00 684.79 543.94 17 0.002% 0 0.000% 0.000%
4 4.50 543.94 432.07 28 0.003% 0 0.000% 0.000%
4.5 5.00 432.07 343.21 49 0.006% 0 0.000% 0.000%
5 5.50 343.21 272.62 98 0.012% 0 0.000% 0.000%
5.5 6.00 272.62 216.55 173 0.021% 0 0.000% 0.000%
6 6.50 216.55 172.01 285 0.034% 0 0.000% 0.000%
6.5 7.00 172.01 136.63 505 0.061% 0 0.000% 0.000%
7 7.50 136.63 108.53 581 0.070% 0 0.000% 0.000%
7.5 8.00 108.53 86.21 636 0.077% 0 0.000% 0.000%
8 8.50 86.21 68.48 557 0.067% 0 0.000% 0.000%
8.5 9.00 68.48 54.39 455 0.055% 0 0.000% 0.000%
9 9.50 54.39 43.21 359 0.043% 1 0.005% 0.000%
9.5 10.00 43.21 34.32 309 0.037% 0 0.000% 0.000%
10 10.50 34.32 27.26 342 0.041% 0 0.000% 0.000%
10.5 11.00 27.26 21.65 422 0.051% 0 0.000% 0.000%
11 11.50 21.65 17.20 607 0.073% 1 0.005% 0.000%
11.5 12.00 17.20 13.66 1,087 0.132% 0 0.000% 0.000%
12 12.50 13.66 10.85 1,880 0.228% 1 0.005% 0.000%
12.5 13.00 10.85 8.62 3,688 0.446% 2 0.009% 0.000%
13 13.50 8.62 6.85 6,765 0.819% 2 0.009% 0.000%
13.5 14.00 6.85 5.44 11,956 1.447% 7 0.033% 0.001%
14 14.50 5.44 4.32 20,126 2.436% 9 0.043% 0.001%
14.5 15.00 4.32 3.43 32,511 3.935% 31 0.147% 0.004%
15 15.50 3.43 2.73 51,611 6.247% 44 0.209% 0.005%
15.5 16.00 2.73 2.17 81,244 9.834% 76 0.361% 0.009%
16 16.50 2.17 1.72 114,481 13.856% 113 0.536% 0.014%
16.5 17.00 1.72 1.37 132,890 16.085% 166 0.788% 0.020%
17 17.50 1.37 1.09 124,987 15.128% 257 1.219% 0.031%
17.5 18.00 1.09 0.86 96,977 11.738% 353 1.675% 0.043%
18 18.50 0.86 0.68 63,784 7.720% 576 2.733% 0.070%
18.5 19.00 0.68 0.54 34,062 4.123% 705 3.345% 0.085%
19 19.50 0.54 0.43 15,035 1.820% 919 4.360% 0.111%
19.5 20.00 0.43 0.34 6,651 0.805% 994 4.716% 0.120%
20 20.50 0.34 0.27 3,270 0.396% 1,099 5.214% 0.133%
20.5 21.00 0.27 0.22 2,126 0.257% 1,174 5.570% 0.142%
21 21.50 0.22 0.17 1,601 0.194% 1,090 5.172% 0.132%
21.5 22.00 0.17 0.14 1,334 0.161% 1,045 4.958% 0.126%
22 22.50 0.14 0.11 1,189 0.144% 1,031 4.892% 0.125%
22.5 23.00 0.11 0.09 1,116 0.135% 1,037 4.920% 0.126%
23 23.50 0.09 0.07 1,155 0.140% 1,129 5.357% 0.137%
23.5 24.00 0.07 0.05 1,229 0.149% 1,221 5.793% 0.148%
24 24.50 0.05 0.04 1,294 0.157% 1,291 6.125% 0.156%
24.5 25.00 0.04 0.03 1,301 0.157% 1,301 6.173% 0.157%
25 25.50 0.03 0.03 1,202 0.145% 1,202 5.703% 0.145%
25.5 26.00 0.03 0.02 1,031 0.125% 1,031 4.892% 0.125%
26 26.50 0.02 0.02 932 0.113% 932 4.422% 0.113%
26.5 27.00 0.02 0.01 756 0.092% 756 3.587% 0.092%
27 27.50 0.01 0.01 530 0.064% 530 2.515% 0.064%
27.5 28.00 0.01 0.01 383 0.046% 383 1.817% 0.046%
28 28.50 0.01 0.01 229 0.028% 229 1.086% 0.028%
28.5 29.00 0.01 0.01 133 0.016% 133 0.631% 0.016%
29 29.50 0.01 0.00 101 0.012% 101 0.479% 0.012%
29.5 30.00 0.00 0.00 52 0.006% 52 0.247% 0.006%
30 30.50 0.00 0.00 27 0.003% 27 0.128% 0.003%
30.5 31.00 0.00 0.00 14 0.002% 14 0.066% 0.002%
31 31.50 0.00 0.00 5 0.001% 5 0.024% 0.001%
31.5 32.00 0.00 0.00 2 0.000% 2 0.009% 0.000%
32 32.50 0.00 0.00 4 0.000% 4 0.019% 0.000%
32.5 33.00 0.00 0.00 0 0.000% 0 0.000% 0.000%
33 33.50 0.00 0.00 1 0.000% 1 0.005% 0.000%
33.5 34.00 0.00 0.00 0 0.000% 0 0.000% 0.000%
34 34.50 0.00 0.00 0 0.000% 0 0.000% 0.000%
34.5 35.00 0.00 0.00 0 0.000% 0 0.000% 0.000%
35 35.50 0.00 0.00 0 0.000% 0 0.000% 0.000%
35.5 36.00 0.00 0.00 0 0.000% 0 0.000% 0.000%

Mar 17, 2019

The NEO(Aten) 2019 EA2 on on 2019-03-17


Image of the NEO(Aten) 2019 EA2 on 2019-03-17 from AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain ( MPC I89) a stack of 20-60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with iTelescope.net's (T07 TEL 0.43-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD)
By Steven M. Tilley
Image of the NEO(Aten) 2019 EA2 on 2019-03-17 from AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain ( MPC I89) a stack of 20-60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with iTelescope.net's (T07 TEL 0.43-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD)
By Steven M. Tilley
Image of the NEO(Aten) 2019 EA2 on 2019-03-17 from AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain ( MPC I89) a stack of 20-60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with iTelescope.net's (T07 TEL 0.43-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD)
By Steven M. Tilley
The NEO(Aten) 2019 EA2  was first observed by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 2019-03-09. I has an absolute magnitude of 25.852 giving it  an estimated diameter of 18 m - 40 m. This asteroid will make a close approach of 0.8 lunar distance on 2019-Mar-22.
See :

https://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=2019EA2

https://newton.spacedys.com/neodys/index.php?pc=1.1.0&n=2019EA2

https://cneos.jpl.nasa.gov/sentry/details.html#?des=2019 EA2

http://www.hohmanntransfer.com/mn/19/19076_0317.htm

https://minorplanetcenter.net//mpec/K19/K19F08.html

https://cneos.jpl.nasa.gov/ca/

Jan 14, 2019

Observing The NEO 2019 AG7 on 2019-01-13 from Siding Spring Australia


The asteroid 2019 AG7(Classification: Aten [NEO])
[Estimated Diameter 23 m - 51 m]
on 2019-01-13
from Siding Spring Observatory,
 Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
a stack of 12 - 5 second luminance BIN2 images
taken with iTelescope.net's (T30)
By Steven M. Tilley



The asteroid 2019 AG7(Classification: Aten [NEO])
[Estimated Diameter 23 m - 51 m]
on 2019-01-13
from Siding Spring Observatory,
 Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
a stack of 12 - 5 second luminance BIN2 images
taken with iTelescope.net's (T30)
By Steven M. Tilley
..

The asteroid 2019 AG7(Classification: Aten [NEO])
[Estimated Diameter 23 m - 51 m]
on 2019-01-13
from Siding Spring Observatory,
 Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
a stack of 12 - 5 second luminance BIN2 images
taken with iTelescope.net's (T30)
By Steven M. Tilley

Orbit diagram 2019 AG7
Earth Distance: 0.014 AU
Sun Distance: 0.988 AU
courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech
2019-01-13 13:25 UTC
https://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=2019AG7


Background
(as of 2019-01-13)
  • Object:2019 AG7 
  • Orbit Type: Aten [NEO]
  • Approximate Diameter: 23 m to 51 m (75.4593 feet to  167.323) (Absolute Magnitude: H= 25.32)
  • On the Sentry Risk Table:  Yes 
    •  NOTE this is NOT a prediction of an impact but rather a statement there is insufficient observational data rule out an impact -- for more information read  Understanding Risk Pages by Jon Giorgini
    • "The likelihood of a collision is zero, or is so low as to be effectively zero. Also applies to small objects such as meteors and bodies that burn up in the atmosphere as well as infrequent meteorite falls that rarely cause damage.."
  •  On the NEODyS CLOMON2 risk page: Yes
  • First(Precovery) Observation was made: 2018 12 31.614374(By Pan-STARRS 1, Haleakala, US/Hawaii.  (MPC Code F51))
  • Discovery observation was made:2019 01 09.37994 (By the Catalina Sky Survey, US/Arizona. (MPC Code 703)
  • Last Observation(publish): 2019 01 12.582898 (By Mauna Kea-UH/Tholen NEO Follow-Up (2.24-m) (MPC Code T12)
  • Data-Arc Span (publish): 12 days
  • Number of Optical Observations(published):54
  • Observatories Reporting (Published) Observations(MPC Code): 
    • (204) Schiaparelli Observatory,Italy. 
    • (291) LPL/Spacewatch II, US/Arizona.  
    • (474) Mount John Observatory, Lake Tekapo, New Zealand. 
    • (703) Catalina Sky Survey, US/Arizona. 
    • (807) Cerro Tololo Observatory, La Serena, Chile.
    • (F51) Pan-STARRS 1, Haleakala  (N20.707235 W156.255910)  US/Hawaii.
    • (F65) Haleakala-Faulkes Telescope North, US/Hawaii. 
    • (G40) Slooh.com Canary Islands Observatory, Canary Islands (Spain).
    • (I52) Steward Observatory, Mt. Lemmon Station
    • (J04) ESA Optical Ground Station, Tenerife, Canary Islands (Spain). 
    • (J95) Great Shefford,UK. 
    • (L01) Višnjan Observatory, Tičan, Croatia.
    • (T05) ATLAS-HKO, Haleakala, US/Hawaii. 
    • (T12) Mauna Kea-UH/Tholen NEO Follow-Up (2.24-m), US/Hawaii. 
  • Perihelion Distance: 0.4829280277140071(AU)
  • Aphelion Distance: 1.007267187900272(AU)
  • Earth MOID: 0.00482722(AU),  1.879 (LD), 113.348270821(Earth Radii), 448,718.132 (Miles), or 722,141.833(KM)
  • Close-Approach to Earth: Will safely pass Earth on 2019-Jan-15 at a Nominal Distance of  0.0100782635426263(AU), 3.922(LD), 236.648370166 (Earth Radii), 936,833.123(Miles), or 1,507,686.766(KM)

Oct 1, 2018

September 2018 In NEO News in Review


The Japanese Space Agency,JAXA,  successfully landed two small robotic rovers on the asteroid Ryugu.

JPL Close Approach Data for September 2018  Distance Nominal <  1  Lunar Distance
Object Close-Approach (CA) Date
CA Distance Nominal 
(LD | au)
CA Distance Minimum 
 (LD | au)
H (mag) Estimated Diameter
2018 SM 2018-Sep-15  0.11 | 0.00028 0.11 | 0.00028 29.4 3.5 m -  7.9 m
2018 RZ5 2018-Sep-12 0.13 | 0.00033 0.13 | 0.00033 29.7 3.1 m -  6.9 m
2018 SD2 2018-Sep-25 0.23 | 0.00059 0.23 | 0.00058 28.6 5.0 m -   11 m
2018 RS 2018-Sep-05  0.28 | 0.00071 0.27 | 0.00071 29.5 3.4 m -  7.6 m
2018 RJ3 2018-Sep-07  0.44 | 0.00112 0.43 | 0.00112 27.8 7.2 m -   16 m
2018 RW 2018-Sep-08  0.44 | 0.00114 0.44 | 0.00114 30.3 2.3 m -  5.2 m
2018 RY5 2018-Sep-12  0.47 | 0.00120 0.47 | 0.00120 26.5 13 m -   30 m
2018 RC 2018-Sep-09 0.58 | 0.00150 0.58 | 0.00150 24.9 28 m -   63 m
2018 SC 2018-Sep-18  0.70 | 0.00179 0.70 | 0.00179 27.9 6.9 m -   16 m
2018 RR1 2018-Sep-03  0.94 | 0.00243 0.94 | 0.00242 29.9 2.7 m -  6.1 m
2018 RE2 2018-Sep-06  0.99 | 0.00255 0.99 | 0.00254 28.5 5.4 m -   12 m

Objects removed from JPL's Sentry: Earth Impact Monitoring page.

Object Designation Removed (UTC)
2018 RB7 9/29/2018 15:26
2018 RJ7 9/22/2018 16:11
2018 RP5 9/16/2018 15:06
2018 RQ1 9/16/2018 15:00
2018 RH3 9/15/2018 16:06
2018 RT3 9/15/2018 16:04
2018 RE5 9/14/2018 15:18
2018 PY7 9/12/2018 15:02
2018 RP 9/09/2018 15:07
2018 MC7 9/07/2018 14:50
2018 RC 9/06/2018 15:04
2018 QJ1 9/03/2018 14:43

Highlights of My Work for September 2018   

A confirmation image of the NEO 2018 RQ1(ZR388AE)
on 2018-09-08 from Siding Spring Observatory, 
Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62) 
a stack of 60-30 second luminance BIN2 images 
taken with iTelescope.net's (T31) 
by Steven M. Tilley

An image of the NEO 2018 RQ1
on 2018-09-09 from 
Siding Spring Observatory, 
Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62) 
a stack of 22-30 second luminance BIN2 images 
taken with iTelescope.net's (T30) 
by Steven M. Tilley
An image of the NEO 2018 RQ1
on 2018-09-10 
from Sierra Remote Observatory, Auberry, California (MPC U69) 
a stack of 14-30 second luminance BIN2 images 
taken with iTelescope.net's (T24) 
By Steven M. Tilley



Object I observed in September 2018 
Designation Classification MPC Code Telescope Date of  observations Number of  observations
2046 Main Belt Q62 T17 9/2/2018 3
61324 Main Belt Q62 T31 9/1/2018 3
61324 Main Belt Q62 T31 9/1/2018 3
61417 Main Belt Q62 T31 9/1/2018 3
61417 Main Belt Q62 T31 9/1/2018 3
71460 Main Belt Q62 T31 9/1/2018 3
71460 Main Belt Q62 T31 9/1/2018 3
73540 Main Belt Q62 T31 9/1/2018 3
73540 Main Belt Q62 T31 9/1/2018 3
80076 Main Belt H06 T11 9/14/2018 3
83105 Main Belt Q62 T31 9/1/2018 3
84966 Main Belt Q62 T31 9/8/2018 3
128837 Main Belt Q62 T31 9/8/2018 3
157941 Main Belt Q62 T31 9/1/2018 3
173394 Main Belt Q62 T31 9/1/2018 3
173394 Main Belt Q62 T31 9/1/2018 3
197120 Main Belt Q62 T31 9/1/2018 3
209101 Main Belt Q62 T31 9/1/2018 3
231098 Main Belt Q62 T17 9/2/2018 3
253061 Main Belt Q62 T31 9/1/2018 3
331431 Main Belt Q62 T31 9/8/2018 3
523788 NEO(Apollo) Q62 T17 9/30/2018 3
1998 SD9 NEO(Aten) H06 t11 9/1/2018 3
2018 RB NEO(Apollo, PHA) Q62 T31 9/1/2018 3
2018 RB NEO(Apollo, PHA) Q62 T31 9/1/2018 3
2018 RB NEO(Apollo, PHA) Q62 T17 9/2/2018 3
2018 RP8 NEO(Aten) H06 T21 9/17/2018 4
2018 RQ1 NEO(Aten) Q62 T31 9/8/2018 3
2018 RQ1 NEO(Aten) Q62 T30 9/9/2018 3
2018 RQ1 NEO(Aten) H06 T11 9/10/2018 3
2018 RQ1 NEO(Aten) U69 T24 9/10/2018 3
21P/Giacobini-Zinner Comet H06 T11 9/14/2018 3
46P/Wirtanen Comet Q62 T17 9/22/2018 4
Total 101