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26 September 2014

More Updates! NEO Asteroids Close Approach September 2014

ALERT - Continued INCREASED Bolide, Fireball and Meteor Activity as the "5 Small-Mountain Asteroids" Pass - Alert will continue through October! Have your all sky cameras ON 7/24! Please report your sightings to this site; thank you!  There is NO known danger posed by these events.
-LunarMeteoriteHunter, Tokyo - updat 15SEP2014

"5 Small-Mountain Asteroids"-
276049 (2002 CE26) 2014-Sep-090.123047.93.5 km16.826.45
(1987 SF3) 2014-Sep-170.162963.4460 m - 1.0 km18.811.49
299582 (2006 GQ2) 2014-Sep-190.169465.9670 m - 1.5 km18.021.39
(2009 FG19) 2014-Sep-260.089034.6700 m - 1.6 km17.932.56
(2014 NE52) 2014-Sep-300.157261.2670 m - 1.5 km18.012.10

Upcoming! OCT2014 "Small-Mountain Asteroids"
68267 (2001 EA16) 2014-Oct-070.091335.51.2 km - 2.6 km16.824.48
(2012 KY3) 2014-Oct-100.050519.6560 m - 1.2 km18.417.85
363505 (2003 UC20) 2014-Oct-310.134852.4640 m - 1.4 km18.112.26

NEO Asteroids Close Approach September 2014
Thunderstones!
c2014 Dirk Ross, Tokyo
EXPECT A VERY ACTIVE MONTH FOR BOLIDES, FIREBALLS and METEORS!
There are currently 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 known NEO Asteroids discovered that will pass within approximately 10LD or less, LD stands for "Lunar Distance", in the month of September; expect that 10 or more NEOs will be discovered before month end. Be ready for some bolide, fireball, and meteor activity!  We have FIVE small "mountain-sized" asteroids that will safely pass, but close enough for comfort!!!  Unfortunately we will be Moonblind for ground-based detection from 03SEP until about the 16th so expect some asteroids that will go undetected. -Yellow highlighted cells indicate ALERT!
LunarMeteoriteHunter, Tokyo

2009 RR , 2014 QZ295 , 2013 RZ53 , 2014 QT295 ,
2014 QL365  2014 RC 2014 QC391 2014 RJ , 2014 RJ11 , 
2014 RW18 ,2014 SG1 ,2014 SN142 2014 SC145 
 2014 SU2232014 SS143 ,  2014 SZ144 ,2014 SH224 ,
2014 SS260 , 2014 SS261 , 

updated 27SEP2014
(2014 SS260) 2014-Sep-280.00722.813 m - 28 m26.613.44
(2014 SS261) 2014-Sep-280.01636.414 m - 32 m26.36.15

updated 26SEP2014
(2014 SH224) 2014-Sep-290.00582.314 m - 32 m26.410.92

updated 24SEP2014
(2014 SC145) 2014-Sep-250.01957.617 m - 39 m25.911.34
(2014 SU223) 2014-Sep-260.00522.011 m - 24 m26.912.82
(2014 SS143) 2014-Sep-290.00933.610.0 m - 22 m27.111.67
(2014 SZ144) 2014-Sep-290.01003.922 m - 49 m25.413.17

updated 22SEP2014
(2014 SN142) 2014-Sep-230.00291.15.9 m - 13 m28.313.30

updated 21SEP2014
(2014 SG1) 2014-Sep-200.00050.24.1 m - 9.2 m29.113.88

updated 19SEP2014
(2014 RW18) 2014-Sep-200.01626.317 m - 39 m25.97.32

updated 04SEP2014
(2014 RJ11) 2014-Sep-080.00763.09.5 m - 21 m27.27.43
(2014 RJ) 2014-Sep-030.02027.921 m - 46 m25.611.24
(2014 QC391) 2014-Sep-040.00632.48.6 m - 19 m27.47.82

updated 04SEP2014
(2014 RC) 2014-Sep-070.00030.113 m - 29 m26.510.92

updated 01SEP2014
(2014 QL365) 2014-Sep-010.01425.510 m - 23 m27.17.73


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)
(2014 QD3) 2014-Sep-010.042816.726 m - 58 m25.09.14
(2014 OZ111) 2014-Sep-010.114844.770 m - 160 m22.98.05
(2014 QM266) 2014-Sep-010.028511.133 m - 75 m24.527.28
333578 (2006 KM103) 2014-Sep-020.050319.6270 m - 590 m20.09.40
(2012 XL16) 2014-Sep-030.197877.021 m - 47 m25.56.10
(2007 RJ1) 2014-Sep-040.150458.524 m - 54 m25.213.73
(2014 QP33) 2014-Sep-050.095837.333 m - 75 m24.58.40
(2014 QU362) 2014-Sep-050.130550.837 m - 82 m24.36.22
(2003 SU84) 2014-Sep-050.135852.9100 m - 230 m22.113.20
(2014 QT295) 2014-Sep-050.01716.715 m - 34 m26.212.24
(2014 PC58) 2014-Sep-050.184871.9130 m - 280 m21.613.39
(2014 PZ58) 2014-Sep-080.118346.058 m - 130 m23.33.85
(2014 FW32) 2014-Sep-080.183271.311 m - 24 m27.04.88
(2014 QP362) 2014-Sep-080.164664.134 m - 76 m24.54.00
(2014 QV295) 2014-Sep-080.066225.827 m - 60 m25.06.12
(2013 RZ53) 2014-Sep-090.00491.91.6 m - 3.6 m31.11.56
276049 (2002 CE26) 2014-Sep-090.123047.93.5 km16.826.45
(2014 QQ362) 2014-Sep-090.059323.140 m - 89 m24.115.87
(2014 QO33) 2014-Sep-110.141955.2130 m - 290 m21.55.48
(2010 CD55) 2014-Sep-120.187172.861 m - 140 m23.212.30
(2014 QY363) 2014-Sep-120.176968.8130 m - 290 m21.611.62
(2014 QZ295) 2014-Sep-140.026410.326 m - 59 m25.08.80
(2014 NE63) 2014-Sep-150.099338.6150 m - 340 m21.26.94
(2014 QT168) 2014-Sep-150.179870.073 m - 160 m22.83.74
(2014 QW33) 2014-Sep-160.141555.159 m - 130 m23.36.44
(2009 RR) 2014-Sep-160.00502.021 m - 47 m25.512.88
(1987 SF3) 2014-Sep-170.162963.4460 m - 1.0 km18.811.49
(2014 QV169) 2014-Sep-180.188973.549 m - 110 m23.75.93
(2014 QQ266) 2014-Sep-190.177869.2210 m - 470 m20.529.29
299582 (2006 GQ2) 2014-Sep-190.169465.9670 m - 1.5 km18.021.39
(2014 OB112) 2014-Sep-190.170266.284 m - 190 m22.59.74
(2014 QJ33) 2014-Sep-200.040115.646 m - 100 m23.87.97
(2011 UT) 2014-Sep-210.056622.017 m - 38 m26.08.67
(2014 MY26) 2014-Sep-250.130250.7110 m - 250 m21.98.24
(2009 FG19) 2014-Sep-260.089034.6700 m - 1.6 km17.932.56
(2007 DL41) 2014-Sep-270.047418.5200 m - 450 m20.613.34
(2013 CW129) 2014-Sep-280.177869.27.0 m - 16 m27.921.91
(2014 NE52) 2014-Sep-300.157261.2670 m - 1.5 km18.012.10
(2012 UW136) 2014-Sep-300.198977.470 m - 160 m22.910.18
Source- NASA/JPL http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/ca/

updated 25SEP2014 - repost
updated 24/25SEP2014 - repost
updated 22SEP2014 - repost
updated 21SEP2014
repost 16SEP2014 0344JST -Alert
updated 04SEP2014

2014 The Year of "CERTAIN Uncertainty" ™; Meteors, Asteroids, Comets, and MORE!!

1 comment:

Chelsea Graham said...

Fireball seen at sunset in Hughesville, PA. Lasted for at least 15 mins. Absolutely beautiful right before it burnt out. :)