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30 October 2015

NEO Asteroids Close Approaches October 2015

NEO Asteroids Close Approaches October 2015
Update- 7, 9,12,14  17 newly discovered asteroids with 10LD or less announced! updated and reposted 30OCT2015

Asteroid 2015 TC25 Set to Pass between the Earth and Moon

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October 2015 "Asteroid Coded Signals"
c2015 photography by Dirk Ross / LunarMeteoriteHunter, Tokyo
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There are currently 
1, 8,10, 11,12  18 known NEO Asteroids discovered that will pass within approximately 10LD or less (LD stands for "Lunar Distance"), in the month of October 2015.
I expect that 10 or more 10LD NEOs will be discovered before month end.

Expect some spectacular bolides,  fireballs, and meteors this month and especially large ones 3-5 days before and following the passing of  7 small mountain-sized NEO asteroids and 1 comet, diameters ranging from 500m- 2.6km,  that will safely pass this month.

Be ready for some bolide, fireball, and meteor activity!
Cameras Ready!
If you get video or photo of a meteor please email to - LunarMeteoriteHunter@gmail.com
- LunarMeteoriteHunter, Tokyo

Currently Reported Asteroids with LD of LD10 or Less-
updated and reposted 30OCT2015
Self search parameters - http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/neo_ca
 Object
object is w/link
Close-Approach
 (CA) Date

(TDB)
YYYY-mmm-DD

CA Distance
Minimum

(LD/AU)




(2015 TL21)2015-Oct-06
5.9/0.0151



(2015 TQ21)2015-Oct-07
1.0/0.0026



(2015 TM145)2015-Oct-07
4.2/0.0108



(2015 TC144)2015-Oct-088.4/0.0217



(2015 UK)2015-Oct-10
5.4/0.0138



(2015 TN21)2015-Oct-10
2.3/0.0060



(2015 TB25)2015-Oct-11
9.5/0.0244



(2015 TK21)2015-Oct-12
4.8/0.0122



(2015 TG24)2015-Oct-12
4.0/0.0102



(2015 TA238)2015-Oct-13
5.8/0.0148



(2015 TC25)2015-Oct-13
0.3/0.0007



(2014 UR)2015-Oct-18
3.8/0.0098



(2015 UH52)2015-Oct-20
6.2/0.0160



(2015 TZ143)2015-Oct-22
4.2/0.0108



(2015 UM52)2015-Oct-22
0.3/0.0009



(2015 UL52)2015-Oct-25
8.3/0.0212



(2015 UH)2015-Oct-29
9.4/0.0240



(2015 TB145)2015-Oct-31
1.3/0.0033



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Start of Month Data Table - 
(2015 SU16) 2015-Oct-010.040315.728 m - 62 m24.99.62
(2015 FT118) 2015-Oct-010.120046.7220 m - 490 m20.411.92
(2001 RB12) 2015-Oct-020.122147.5200 m - 450 m20.68.66
(2012 FS52) 2015-Oct-020.154860.228 m - 62 m24.919.95
(2000 SM10) 2015-Oct-020.030111.740 m - 90 m24.112.91
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)
(2015 SR) 2015-Oct-030.037714.733 m - 74 m24.511.68
(2014 TS) 2015-Oct-030.188173.221 m - 47 m25.518.24
(2009 DB43) 2015-Oct-030.070527.413 m - 30 m26.56.29
(2012 CL19) 2015-Oct-030.044717.4110 m - 250 m21.99.50
(2015 FS332) 2015-Oct-040.047718.6580 m - 1.3 km18.321.15
(2009 TK) 2015-Oct-050.045117.692 m - 210 m22.311.06
(2014 MZ17) 2015-Oct-070.081131.640 m - 90 m24.14.10
(2007 RU9) 2015-Oct-070.051119.9190 m - 430 m20.717.13
(2010 SX11) 2015-Oct-090.039715.429 m - 65 m24.87.73
86666 (2000 FL10) 2015-Oct-100.168965.71.2 km - 2.6 km16.816.29
(2015 SZ) 2015-Oct-100.046818.254 m - 120 m23.57.64
420738 (2012 TS) 2015-Oct-120.146657.1180 m - 410 m20.88.67
401885 (2001 RV17) 2015-Oct-130.155960.7210 m - 470 m20.57.67
(2015 RW82) 2015-Oct-160.199877.753 m - 120 m23.55.94
389694 (2011 QD48) 2015-Oct-170.173367.5610 m - 1.4 km18.215.77
(2014 UR) 2015-Oct-180.00983.813 m - 28 m26.64.40
(2011 SE97) 2015-Oct-180.030711.931 m - 68 m24.712.88
194268 (2001 UY4) 2015-Oct-210.149658.2610 m - 1.4 km18.223.87
(2013 JR22) 2015-Oct-210.155860.6180 m - 390 m20.918.71
(1999 UQ) 2015-Oct-210.190274.0120 m - 260 m21.813.25
(2012 UT9) 2015-Oct-210.157961.448 m - 110 m23.716.30
(2001 TD) 2015-Oct-210.130450.725 m - 57 m25.15.22
(2015 KT121) 2015-Oct-220.146857.119 m - 43 m25.75.99
(2013 UC1) 2015-Oct-220.136153.031 m - 68 m24.77.30
(2006 UY64) 2015-Oct-220.061223.8330 m - 750 m19.513.81
(2009 UC) 2015-Oct-230.166864.913 m - 28 m26.613.85
(1998 XN2) 2015-Oct-250.077630.2330 m - 750 m19.58.80
(2015 JD1) 2015-Oct-250.149958.4200 m - 450 m20.610.36
(2009 UQ5) 2015-Oct-260.171966.938 m - 86 m24.26.64
154807 (2004 PP97) 2015-Oct-260.170066.2580 m - 1.3 km18.311.24
(2011 TK5) 2015-Oct-290.149958.473 m - 160 m22.815.05
410777 (2009 FD) 2015-Oct-290.041916.3470 m22.116.92
(2012 UB174) 2015-Oct-290.117345.628 m - 62 m24.915.35
(2015 RH2) 2015-Oct-310.100439.1110 m - 240 m22.04.74
(2012 HN1) 2015-Oct-310.155160.411 m - 24 m27.09.73
http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/neo_ca

Source Table- NASA/JPL
-- for the most current version check- http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/ca/
Self search parameters - http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/neo_ca

updated and reposted 30OCT2015
updated and reposted 21OCT2015
updated and reposted 16OCT2015
updated and reposted 14OCT2015 //2015 TD144   2015-Oct 23 /  82,921 Miles /// not yet on NASA public tables correction
updated and reposted 13OCT2015
updated and reposted 12OCT2015
updated and reposted 06OCT2015
original post 03OCT2015

2015 The SECOND Year of "CERTAIN Uncertainty" ™ / Meteors, Asteroids, Comets, and MORE!!

7 comments:

Kristall333 said...

There was a meteor that crossed the sky tonight. Around 9pm. Seen it from the hiway 1 near canmore AB

Sean O'Brian said...

did the 2015 TD144 pass or is it due oct. 23, 2015

Lunar Meteorite * Hunter said...

Sean O'Brian It passed on 20OCT2015.
(2015 TD144) 2015-Oct-20 0.0301 11.7 80 m - 180 m 22.6 24.61

Sean O'Brian said...

in your option do you think the 2015 TB145 will hit??

Lunar Meteorite * Hunter said...

Sean O'Brian, There is NO chance that it will hit this pass. The closer it gets to us and once passed we will have better certainly of any future collision probability.

Lunar Meteorite * Hunter said...

Sean O'Brian, There is NO chance that it will hit this pass. The closer it gets to us and once passed we will have better certainly of any future collision probability.

Revo Lution said...

Why does Neodysis give the close approach probability at 1.00e-0 for 10/31 and also estimate the distance to be .007AU on November 1? Why should I not worry about these numbers? Please educate me so I can stop harassing my cat for cuddles :)