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Last NEOCP/PCCP objects

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The time for creating this site is  2022-07-04 04:15:01 ME(S)Z.
The time of last data from MPC is 2022-07-04 04:11:01 ME(S)Z.

At moment the middle European Time zone (MEZ) or summertime zone (MESZ) is used for the times above. Sorry for the inconvenience with this problem. All other times are UT.

Source: Text of MPC with links of Project Pluto.

Green colored lines may have an impact or a satellite start on Earth (see Link in Design. column). Orange colored values are getting better. Red-colored values are getting worse. Bold values are interesting for smaller instruments and in the northern hemisphere.

Other sites: CFA 1, CFA 2, and Scout.

How to read the table? The objects from the NEOCP list has often very short arcs. So the uncertainty outside the observed arcs raised fast if the content of the column 'obs arc' is very low. All arcs lower than 0.1 days are mostly in very uncertain orbits and so all other values may be false. At first, take a look at the ephemeris by Bill Gray with a click at the value in column 'Design'. At the ephemerides section at this link (at the end) you find the column 'sig'. It's in arcseconds. But if it's given in 'd' (degrees), the orbit is very unsure or completely random. If it's given in ' (arcmin), there is a chance, that you or another can find it and nail down the orbit. You can play now with the other columns in the table below, to learn about the objects or plan, what object you can observe. The columns are explained at the bottom of this page. The five columns Δmin etc. are calculation, I made with find_orbit to find out if the object was or will be at the nearest point to the Earth. But take also the look at the 'ob arc', otherwise, you can be fooled by the values. If find_orbit failed, these values are blank. Have fun and donate at Paypal!

No Design. Sc. Discovery R.A. Decl. Elo Δ Δmin Tmin Elom Magm Motm r V Unc. Ch. Time(UT) Obs. Obs arc H D Last Motion PA Orbs Unc PA Sig 1 Sig 2 Fac Diff. U Res. q a Q e i MOID Obj. St. Stats
1 CAP0001 100 2022 07 04.0 02h42m +09°37' 59° 0,009 0,0084 Jul 09 00:00 125° 19,4m 15,1"/m 1,026 19.1m 463'' Add July 4.07 3 0.02d 27,3m 10m 2h 1,70"/m 67° 2000 123' 11° 8' 3540' 458,7   12,2 0,79" 0,95 1,06 1,16 0,0978 2,4 0,0008 ast G03 
2 HKmNC1 85 2022 07 03.0 18h42m -22°43' 62° 0,043 0,0192 Jul 14 09:59 86° 20,0m 33,6"/m 1,063 20.0m 1'' Upd July 4.09 16 1.05d 25,2m 25m 0h 2,13"/m 85° 1950 None None None None     9,5 0,28" 0,89 1,33 1,77 0,3300 1,0 0,0085 ast 221 958 G02 L01 Y00 
3 X78240 99 2022 07 02.8 02h49m +15°30' 62° 0,590           1,601 18.7m 169'' Add July 3.05 3 0.04d 18,2m 620m 31h 0,09"/m 72° 2000 4' 51° 3' 9' 3,3 2611 11,6 0,11" 1,59 2,23 2,87 0,2867 2,2 0,5752 ast D29 
4 Sar2607 68 2022 07 02.9 18h25m +03°40' 68° 0,482 0,4907 Jul 06 09:00 157° 19,7m 2,6"/m 1,468 19.7m 0'' Upd July 4.04 38 1.07d 19,6m 327m 2h 1,85"/m 93° 2000 None None None None   691 10,0 0,45" 1,43 2,96 4,49 0,5172 29,8 0,4820 ast 10  246 654 958 B72 G02 H36 I41 J69 K88 L01 
5 xkos033 100 2022 07 02.1 12h20m -44°48' 124° 0,007 0,0014 Jul 05 03:08 127° 16,0m 204,9"/m 1,023 21.5m 30° Upd July 3.47 13 0.02d 27,5m 9m 48h 0,68"/m 245° 2000 162° 55° 1800' 2220' 1,2   11,5 0,38" 0,95 0,98 1,02 0,0393 3,0 0,0066 ast L87 
6 2G12K21 35 2022 07 02.3 07h56m +20°16' 135° 0,881 0,6161 Jul 23 05:00 168° 17,5m 8,1"/m 1,746 19.2m 0'' Upd July 4.05 39 4.48d 16,9m 1126m 1h 0,18"/m 280° 740 None None None None     10,4 0,56" 1,48 26,22 50,96 0,9435 164,7 0,5043 cmt 12  221 246 654 807 958 B72 F52 K74 L01 N51 W94 W95 
7 ZTF0Nva 98 2022 07 02.2 18h31m -06°14' 65° 0,025 0,0021 Jul 02 13:06 110° 16,5m 475,4"/m 1,012 21.8m 3'' Upd July 3.00 9 0.75d 27,3m 10m 27h 2,04"/m 92° 1000 None None None None       0,62" 0,00 0,00 0,00 121,2986 136,7 6,0000 ast? I41 Y00 
8 N00k93o 100 2022 06 27.4 20h06m -23°19' 43° 0,143 0,0668 Jun 27 15:00 91° 20,5m 3,9"/m 1,021 20.6m 18' Upd July 3.67 5 0.65d 21,9m 114m 145h 2,52"/m 76° 1999 None None None None   3189 11,9 0,63" 1,01 1,20 1,38 0,1557 3,9 0,0034 ast C51 
9 2FU1I21 81 2022 07 01.3 20h10m -23°53' 42° 0,067 0,0462 Jun 28 00:59 116° 20,5m 19,0"/m 1,072 19.8m 0'' Upd July 3.27 22 1.91d 24,9m 29m 21h 1,93"/m 72° 1870 None None None None     6,8 0,53" 0,53 0,90 1,27 0,4086 5,9 0,0213 ast 221 807 W94 W95 Y00 
10 P21v4t0 35 2022 06 29.6 09h51m +12°12' 163° 1,335 1,0692 Aug 27 00:00 171° 19,7m 0,4"/m 2,079 20.9m 0'' Upd July 2.68 16 30.14d 17,5m 855m 84h 0,27"/m 289° 1926 None None None None     7,9 0,22" 2,06 4,91 7,75 0,5798 7,0 1,0504 cmt 568 807 F52 G96 W84 
11 ZTF0NvE 100 2022 06 29.3 04h59m +19°46' 93° 0,019 0,0012 Jun 29 12:46 127° 15,3m 394,2"/m 1,024 20.8m 47° Upd July 2.67 4 0.05d 27,8m 8m 114h 0,01"/m ° 1972 38° 46° 2820' 2820' 1,0     1,18" 0,00 0,00 0,00 14,5814 50,9   ast? I41 
12 C7YJEY2 100 2022 06 29.4 17h26m -07°54' 81° 0,245 0,2409 Jun 28 09:00 95° 21,5m 4,5"/m 1,057 21.5m 3'' Upd July 2.68 15 1.94d 21,9m 114m 66h 2,09"/m 87° 243 None None None None     10,3 0,28" 1,06 2,39 3,72 0,5584 13,4 0,0470 ast G96 H21 I52 
13 P21v1Xc 100 2022 06 28.5 07h03m +22°44' 122° 0,253 0,2527 Jul 09 00:00 161° 21,2m 1,3"/m 1,255 21.2m 1'' Upd July 2.68 13 1.93d 22,8m 75m 89h 0,18"/m 263° 1895 None None None None     9,0 0,10" 1,25 2,16 3,06 0,4188 6,4 0,2411 ast 568 807 F52 J04 
14 HKmMc01 100 2022 06 27.8 04h48m +12°37' 90° 0,202 0,1982 Jun 29 18:00 152° 20,3m 3,4"/m 1,203 20.3m 190'' Upd July 2.68 5 1.55d 22,4m 91m 113h 0,03"/m 12° 1944 None None None None     11,1 0,23" 1,19 2,81 4,43 0,5772 11,3 0,1958 ast 221 V22 
15 P21v1ee 100 2022 06 23.3 01h58m +08°15' 48° 0,979 0,7411 Jun 01 06:59 167° 22,2m 1,9"/m 1,732 23.0m 117' Upd July 2.67 4 0.04d 20,5m 216m 258h 2,12"/m 99° 2000 180° 19° 118' 243' 2,1 2763 12,2 0,04" 1,35 1,81 2,28 0,2572 38,8 0,5311 ast F52 
16 P21v01l 100 2022 06 26.4 05h49m +12°53' 105° 0,253 0,2445 Jun 22 00:00 140° 21,9m 1,4"/m 1,221 22.0m 37° Upd July 2.68 4 0.03d 23,0m 69m 184h 0,12"/m 2000 177° 11° 2220' 2400' 1,1   11,9 0,20" 1,21 2,43 3,65 0,5005 6,5 0,2335 ast F52 
17 OCA1250 10 2022 06 25.0 15h38m +20°44' 110° 0,567 0,5728 Jun 30 00:00 118° 20,3m 3,6"/m 1,312 20.2m 0'' Upd July 4.04 64 8.98d 19,2m 392m 2h 0,48"/m 335° 1911 None None None None   2008 9,8 0,39" 0,30 2,25 4,19 0,8662 43,1 0,2901 ast 807 E94 M21 X74 Y00 

Explanations:

  • No: running number. Link is the extensive analyse at CNEOS
  • Design.: NEOCP designation of the object. Link is the Orbit solution and ephemerides by Bill Gray (Project pluto).
  • Sc.: Score of object (maximum 100%).
  • Discovery: Date of discovery (UT).
  • R.A.: Right Ascension (J2000.0) for time at top of table. May be bad, if orbit is bad. Link is the ephemerides at MPC. Please note, that MPC kills the link in this link, so you cannot go to the scatter diagrams and orbit solution at right of each line (if available).
  • Decl.: Declination (J2000.0) for time at top of table. May be bad, if orbit is bad.
  • Elo: Elongation in degrees. May be bad, if orbit is bad.
  • Δ: Distance of object to Earth in AU. May be bead, if orbit is bad.
  • Δmin: Lowest distance of object to Earth in AU. Green, if in the past. Red, if in the future. May be bad, if orbit is bad.
  • Tmin: Time of lowest distance to Earth in AU (without year, year is is next 6-month range of date). Green if in the past and red, if in the future. May be bad, if orbit is bad. Linked to daily ephemeris.
  • Elom: Elongation at the time of lowest distance to Earth in degrees. Green if in the past and red, if in the future. May be bad, if orbit is bad. Linked to hourly ephemeris.
  • Magm: Magnitude at the time of lowest distance to Earth in magnitudes. Green if in the past and red, if in the future. May be bad, if orbit is bad. Linked to minutely ephemeris.
  • Motm: Motion at the time of lowest distance to Earth in arc seconds per minute. Green if in the past and red, if in the future. May be bad, if orbit is bad.
  • r: Distance of object to sun in AU. May be bead, if orbit is bad.
  • V: Magnitude V dor time at top if table. May be bad, if orbit is bad.
  • Unc.: Uncertainty of ephemerides at moment (orange means, it's doubling the next 24 hours, red means it's quadrupeling the next 24 hours, italic means high uncertainty, bold means low uncertainty).
  • Ch.: Change of last entry (add is addition and upd is update).
  • Time(UT): Time of last entry (not the time for ephemeris values).
  • Obs.: Number of observations. Link is the observations listing at MPC.
  • Obs arc: Arc of observations in days.
  • H: Absolute magnitude. May be bad, if orbit is bad.
  • D: Approximate diameter in meter.
  • Last: Time since last observation in hours.
  • Motion: Motion in arc seconds per minute. May be bad, if orbit is bad.
  • PA: Position angle in degrees of motion. May be bad, if orbit is bad.
  • Orbs: Number of morbit solution (1 orbit means a reasonable good orbit, more orbits get worse). Link is the orbits listing at MPC.
  • Unc: Acttual uncertainty in sky positions from MPC data in arc minutes. Link goes to the actual MPC scatter map.
  • PA: Actual position angle of above uncertainties in degrees. Link goes to the MPC offset listing for the orbits.
  • Sig 1: Current ephemeris uncertainty from ProjectPluto data in arc minutes. These data are mostly lower than the MPC data. Link goes to the corresponding actual MPC scatter map (this show mostly other values as this ProjectPluto value).
  • Sig 2: Ephemeris uncertainty in 2 days from ProjectPluto data in arc minutes. These data are mostly lower than the MPC data. Link goes to the MPC scatter map in 2 days in the future (this show mostly other values as this ProjectPluto value).
  • Fac: Factor of Sig 1/Sig 2. Bigger is more worse.
  • Diff.: Difficulty as relative number. Depending from magnitude and motion. Better CCD may have lower values for fast objects. If uncvertainty high, the factor is also rising to cover the search area. Geocentric, no altitude etc. used
  • U: Certainty of orbit. Smaller is better.
  • Res.: Mean resolution of all observations in arc seconds.
  • q: Perihelion in AU. May be bad, if orbit is bad.
  • a: Great half axis in AU. May be bad, if orbit is bad.
  • Q: Aphelion in AU. May be bad, if orbit is bad.
  • e: Eccentricity. May be bad, if orbit is bad.
  • i: Inclination. May be bad, if orbit is bad.
  • MOID: Minimal orbital intersection distance (Earth) in AU. May be bad, if orbit is bad.
  • Obj.: Object (ast for asteroid and cmt for comet).
  • St.: Number of stations, which observed the orbit. More than one stations means, that the object is no fake.
  • Stats: List of stations, which observed the object.

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