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01 September 2012

NEOs Asteroids Close Approach September 2012

NEOs Asteroids Close Approach September 2012

September 2012 will be an active month for fireballs and meteors.  Many more NEOs are yet to be discovered before the month is over; so check back as this table below is likely to have additions. Get outside and observe when able on clear nights.  The best time for viewing is from 10pm-4:30am.
Enjoy the night sky, stars, moon, planets, etc. and if luck several meteors! If you have a sighting of a meteor, fireball or bolide please file a sighting report and document with others. Thank You!
-LunarMeteorite*Hunter...Tokyo,Japan

UPCOMING CLOSE APPROACHES TO EARTH
AU = ~150 million kilometers
1 LD = Lunar Distance = ~384,000 kilometers
Object
Name
Close
Approach
Date
CA
Distance*
(AU)
CA
Distance*
(LD)
Estimated
Diameter**
H
(mag)
Relative
Velocity
(km/s)
(2012 QZ17) 2012-Sep-010.100138.922 m - 50 m25.45.88
(2012 LU7) 2012-Sep-020.120046.7430 m - 970 m18.98.16
(2012 FS35) 2012-Sep-020.154560.12.3 m - 5.2 m30.32.87
(2012 HG31) 2012-Sep-030.071627.9440 m - 990 m18.910.33
(2012 PX) 2012-Sep-040.045017.562 m - 140 m23.210.02
(2012 QC18) 2012-Sep-050.068426.642 m - 93 m24.06.08
(2012 EH5) 2012-Sep-050.161362.838 m - 84 m24.29.75
(2011 EO11) 2012-Sep-050.103440.29.0 m - 20 m27.48.81
(2007 PS25) 2012-Sep-060.049719.323 m - 52 m25.38.50
(2005 RZ2) 2012-Sep-070.099338.760 m - 130 m23.27.32
329520 (2002 SV) 2012-Sep-080.107641.9300 m - 670 m19.89.17
(2012 QD8) 2012-Sep-090.043516.965 m - 150 m23.119.58
(2012 PK24) 2012-Sep-090.064725.250 m - 110 m23.610.52
(2012 PM28) 2012-Sep-100.128750.168 m - 150 m23.017.64
(2011 ES4) 2012-Sep-100.179269.820 m - 44 m25.712.96
(2008 CO) 2012-Sep-110.184771.974 m - 160 m22.84.10
(2012 PZ19) 2012-Sep-130.090935.429 m - 66 m24.87.57
(2012 QG42) 2012-Sep-140.01917.4230 m - 520 m20.311.04
(2007 PB8) 2012-Sep-140.168265.5150 m - 340 m21.214.51
226514 (2003 UX34) 2012-Sep-140.188273.2260 m - 590 m20.025.74
(1998 QC1) 2012-Sep-140.164263.9310 m - 690 m19.717.11
(2012 QC8) 2012-Sep-140.058322.7690 m - 1.5 km17.920.37
(2002 EM6) 2012-Sep-150.183371.3270 m - 590 m20.018.56
(2002 RP137) 2012-Sep-160.162463.266 m - 150 m23.07.31
(2009 RX4) 2012-Sep-160.170166.215 m - 35 m26.28.35
(2001 QM142) 2012-Sep-170.046818.273 m - 160 m22.811.81
(2005 UC) 2012-Sep-170.199277.5280 m - 630 m19.97.55
(2012 FC71) 2012-Sep-180.107441.824 m - 53 m25.23.51
(1998 FF14) 2012-Sep-190.092836.1210 m - 480 m20.521.40
331990 (2005 FD) 2012-Sep-190.191474.5320 m - 710 m19.615.92
(2012 QG49) 2012-Sep-190.083932.681 m - 180 m22.69.44
(2009 SH2) 2012-Sep-240.146256.928 m - 62 m24.97.52
333578 (2006 KM103) 2012-Sep-250.062624.4260 m - 590 m20.08.54
(2002 EZ2) 2012-Sep-260.192274.8270 m - 610 m20.06.76
(2012 QF42) 2012-Sep-270.109942.8140 m - 300 m21.58.69
(2009 SB170) 2012-Sep-290.178969.6200 m - 440 m20.732.39
(2011 OJ45) 2012-Sep-290.133952.118 m - 39 m25.94.24
(2012 JS11) 2012-Sep-300.071227.7260 m - 590 m20.012.60
Source: NASA,JPL, - http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/ca/

2012 THE Year of Meteors!

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