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28 November 2013

Meteor Alert! - Large Meteor Outburst Was Possible Now Near CERTAIN 20NOV2013-04DEC2013

Meteor Alert-  Large Meteor Outburst Possible Near CERTAIN! 20NOV2013-04DEC2013
AS originally Published on 21/11/2013 17:37 Japan Standard Time
except 25NOV2013 29NOV2013 updates below about NEO 2013 WY 2013 WH25

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Video Published on Nov 21, 2013
Thank you Elias in Greece for making the video production for me!!
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Currently we are nearly moon-blind for discovery of approaching, yet undiscovered, NEOs by ground-based telescopes.  I suspect that we will have a few large meteor events during the period of 20NOV-04DEC2013 as we will have three 1.0km  diameter or greater known asteroids passing Earth's  neighborhood  during this period of days.  Observers do have your  security cameras or allsky cameras ready 24/7 please.  If possible get out and observe and you might just be lucky enough to witness a spectacular meteor, fireball, or bolide! Who knos we may get lucky and even have some new meteorites! Please get the word out via Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, ATS, GLP, or your favorite forums and kindly mention this website; thank you-
http://lunarmeteoritehunters.blogspot.com/

Please report your meteor sightings to this website; thank you in advance.
http://lunarmeteoritehunters.blogspot.jp/2000/11/meteor-fireball-report-form.html
Dirk Ross-LunarMeteoriteHunter, Tokyo, Japan

updated 29NOV2013
(2013 WH25) 2013-Nov-290.00090.43.2 m - 7.1 m29.620.89

updated 26NOV2013- only change since original post
(2013 WY) 2013-Nov-250.01797.015 m - 33 m26.34.30

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)
85774 (1998 UT18) 2013-Nov-210.172467.1380 m - 860 m19.213.62
(1997 YM9) 2013-Nov-220.185972.342 m - 94 m24.03.74
(2013 VN13) 2013-Nov-230.138654.038 m - 85 m24.29.59
(2013 UF3) 2013-Nov-230.125048.7100 m - 230 m22.117.44
(2013 SC25) 2013-Nov-240.119146.4400 m - 900 m19.118.39
(2012 XJ16) 2013-Nov-250.191074.348 m - 110 m23.78.50
376879 (2001 WW1) 2013-Nov-250.125048.6110 m - 240 m22.011.81
(2010 CL19) 2013-Nov-250.096637.6800 m - 1.8 km17.623.66
(2013 NJ) 2013-Nov-260.00632.5120 m - 260 m21.86.82
269690 (1996 RG3) 2013-Nov-260.160862.6530 m - 1.2 km18.511.24
(2007 VW83) 2013-Nov-260.065625.540 m - 90 m24.16.28
(2008 WT62) 2013-Nov-260.113944.373 m - 160 m22.811.60
(2006 YF13) 2013-Nov-270.182771.1270 m - 590 m20.017.89
(2009 LD) 2013-Nov-270.081931.915 m - 34 m26.25.79
(2013 UH9) 2013-Nov-280.177569.1530 m - 1.2 km18.512.06
(2013 VP12) 2013-Nov-290.070027.239 m - 87 m24.29.86
(2000 KA) 2013-Nov-290.059923.3130 m - 300 m21.511.79
Data/Table Source- http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/ca/

NOTE- This is my personal observation and work NOT any official statement by NASA or any governmental body. -LunarMeteoriteHunter...Tokyo.

originally published Published on 21/11/2013 17:37 Japan Standard Time2013 THE Year of Meteors, Asteroids, Comets, and MORE!!

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