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28 November 2016

NEO Close Approaches NOV 2016

NEO Close Approaches NOV 2016
Bolide Fireball Meteor Alert Issued! - LunarMeteoriteHunter 01NOV2016
MeteorRats Worldwide be on Standby!

Increase of 15 more Asteroids 10LD or Less! updated 11NOV2016 LMH
Increase of 21 more  Asteroids 10LD or Less! updated 28NOV2016 LMH



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There are currently 9, 23, 24, 4546 known NEO Asteroids discovered that will pass within approximately 10LD or less (LD stands for "Lunar Distance"), in the month of November 2016. I expect that 10-35 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  the less than 10LD NEOs and 14 small mountain-sized NEO asteroids, diameters ranging from 400m-4.8km, that will safely pass this month.

Be ready for some bolide, fireball, and meteor activity!
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- LunarMeteoriteHunter, Tokyo

Table as of 29NOV2016
ObjectClose-Approach (CA) Date Ascending
(TDB)
YYYY-mmm-DD

CA Distance
Minimum

(LD/AU)


(2016 VP1)2016-Nov-01
1.22/0.00313



(2016 UH57)2016-Nov-01
6.85/0.01760



(2016 VA)2016-Nov-02
0.24/0.00063


(2016 UX5)2016-Nov-02
7.07/0.01816



(2016 VO2)2016-Nov-03
6.57/0.01688



(2016 TG55)2016-Nov-04
3.83/0.00985



(2016 VB4)2016-Nov-04
3.93/0.01009



(2016 UE)2016-Nov-05
5.21/0.01338



(2016 UC107)2016-Nov-06
5.42/0.01393



(2016 VG)2016-Nov-06
4.12/0.01058



(2016 VD4)2016-Nov-07
1.47/0.00378



(2016 VZ1)2016-Nov-07
8.15/0.02095



(2016 VU5)2016-Nov-07
4.00/0.01027



(2016 VB1)2016-Nov-07
0.70/0.00179



(2016 VS)2016-Nov-07
2.73/0.00702



(2016 VR4)2016-Nov-09
1.95/0.00501



(2016 VQ)2016-Nov-11
2.52/0.00647



(2016 VZ)2016-Nov-12
3.05/0.00783



(2016 VR)2016-Nov-12
6.15/0.01579



(2016 VY1)2016-Nov-12
2.58/0.00663



(2016 VN3)2016-Nov-12
6.09/0.01564



(2016 VX1)2016-Nov-13
5.17/0.01329



(2016 UB107)2016-Nov-14
8.36/0.02148



(2016 VE4)2016-Nov-15
5.23/0.01343



(2016 WU)2016-Nov-15
2.04/0.00524



(2016 WC2)2016-Nov-15
3.30/0.00849



(2016 WF1)2016-Nov-15
4.92/0.01263



(2016 WF)2016-Nov-16
5.70/0.01463



(2016 WC)2016-Nov-17
1.72/0.00443



(2016 WT)2016-Nov-17
0.50/0.00129



(2016 WY)2016-Nov-17
1.73/0.00445



(2016 UY56)2016-Nov-18
7.19/0.01847



(2016 WQ1)2016-Nov-192.34/0.00600



(2016 WN7)2016-Nov-20
4.13/0.01061



(2016 WH)2016-Nov-21
2.33/0.00600



(2016 WT3)2016-Nov-21
0.94/0.00242



(2016 WF7)2016-Nov-21
1.94/0.00498



(2016 WT7)2016-Nov-22
9.47/0.02433



(2016 WU7)2016-Nov-24
4.85/0.01246



(2016 WW2)2016-Nov-25
0.35/0.00089



(2016 WU2)2016-Nov-25
1.46/0.00375



(2016 WV2)2016-Nov-25
6.68/0.01716



(2016 WG)2016-Nov-25
4.19/0.01077



(2016 WA8)2016-Nov-27
8.29/0.02131



(2016 WQ)2016-Nov-30
4.43/0.01139



(2016 WR8)2016-Nov-26
6.43/0.01653



http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/neo_ca

original table on 01NOV2016

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)
(2006 KC) 2016-Nov-010.086333.697 m - 220 m22.216.79
308635 (2005 YU55) 2016-Nov-010.123648.1400 m21.99.86
(2016 UH57) 2016-Nov-010.01746.814 m - 32 m26.37.92
(2014 YW14) 2016-Nov-010.171666.88.0 m - 18 m27.612.38
(2016 VA) 2016-Nov-020.00060.29.6 m - 21 m27.221.25
(2015 KS120) 2016-Nov-020.121847.422 m - 49 m25.46.39
(2016 UX5) 2016-Nov-020.01827.113 m - 29 m26.66.08
(2016 UW35) 2016-Nov-030.084732.935 m - 79 m24.44.99
(2008 VR4) 2016-Nov-030.147457.467 m - 150 m23.08.57
(2012 XS111) 2016-Nov-030.076929.9110 m - 240 m22.015.45
(2015 GY) 2016-Nov-030.157761.4120 m - 270 m21.712.55
(2016 LA49) 2016-Nov-030.149358.18.5 m - 19 m27.55.04
(2016 TG55) 2016-Nov-040.00983.818 m - 40 m25.95.95
286080 (2001 TX1) 2016-Nov-040.165664.4160 m - 360 m21.110.12
(2016 UE) 2016-Nov-050.01345.224 m - 55 m25.23.81
(2012 LA11) 2016-Nov-060.180570.216 m - 36 m26.18.13
(2016 UB57) 2016-Nov-060.133451.978 m - 170 m22.721.98
468583 (2007 LS) 2016-Nov-060.085533.3730 m - 1.6 km17.813.01
(2002 UQ12) 2016-Nov-070.050019.497 m - 220 m22.220.08
(2016 UZ40) 2016-Nov-070.065925.761 m - 140 m23.220.37
(2004 JP1) 2016-Nov-070.133351.973 m - 160 m22.812.81
357028 (2000 EJ26) 2016-Nov-070.183771.5350 m - 780 m19.425.35
(2016 QH44) 2016-Nov-070.104540.789 m - 200 m22.49.95
(2016 FS13) 2016-Nov-080.193075.118 m - 39 m25.97.23
(2016 TT93) 2016-Nov-080.070627.583 m - 190 m22.515.97
(2007 CM26) 2016-Nov-080.123548.125 m - 57 m25.16.22
138852 (2000 WN10) 2016-Nov-100.126749.3240 m - 540 m20.213.97
(2004 KB) 2016-Nov-100.025710.0160 m - 360 m21.113.52
(2016 UX40) 2016-Nov-120.058822.915 m - 35 m26.24.40
(2016 UN5) 2016-Nov-120.048418.826 m - 57 m25.14.88
(2016 UZ56) 2016-Nov-120.099738.840 m - 90 m24.18.15
348306 (2005 AY28) 2016-Nov-120.122647.7130 m - 300 m21.519.87
365424 (2010 KX7) 2016-Nov-130.133652.0210 m21.912.11
(2015 XC352) 2016-Nov-140.147457.419 m - 43 m25.73.63
(2016 UC57) 2016-Nov-150.105441.048 m - 110 m23.75.18
(2016 LC9) 2016-Nov-150.129950.511 m - 24 m27.04.61
96590 (1998 XB) 2016-Nov-150.119846.6880 m16.211.02
326302 (1998 VN) 2016-Nov-160.088234.3210 m - 470 m20.511.66
162911 (2001 LL5) 2016-Nov-160.106741.5400 m - 900 m19.110.55
(2010 XX72) 2016-Nov-170.165964.5110 m - 250 m21.96.76
(2015 VB1) 2016-Nov-170.160662.551 m - 110 m23.611.15
152563 (1992 BF) 2016-Nov-170.127149.5270 m19.89.07
(2016 UZ25) 2016-Nov-170.077630.2120 m - 270 m21.722.09
(2016 UY56) 2016-Nov-180.01857.246 m - 100 m23.811.88
433953 (1997 XR2) 2016-Nov-180.047618.5180 m - 390 m20.96.35
(2014 EU) 2016-Nov-190.142155.37.7 m - 17 m27.710.05
(2003 UY12) 2016-Nov-190.186472.570 m - 160 m22.914.33
(2009 WN8) 2016-Nov-190.154960.324 m - 54 m25.216.09
68950 (2002 QF15) 2016-Nov-190.161062.61.4 km - 3.1 km16.415.28
152685 (1998 MZ) 2016-Nov-200.106041.3370 m - 820 m19.320.72
(2015 BZ3) 2016-Nov-200.104540.78.0 m - 18 m27.67.53
(2012 XE17) 2016-Nov-210.188173.2250 m - 570 m20.111.33
(2015 XF261) 2016-Nov-220.126149.127 m - 59 m25.06.58
(2012 UK171) 2016-Nov-230.062324.233 m - 75 m24.54.62
(2005 TF) 2016-Nov-230.095037.0250 m - 570 m20.15.00
(2016 OZ2) 2016-Nov-240.148357.7180 m - 400 m20.911.09
(2009 TB8) 2016-Nov-240.132051.4610 m - 1.4 km18.222.72
(2015 KF) 2016-Nov-270.136353.025 m - 57 m25.15.74
(2006 WO3) 2016-Nov-280.147657.4130 m - 280 m21.613.48
5143 Heracles 2016-Nov-280.147057.24.8 km13.927.38
(2016 RE20) 2016-Nov-290.155160.458 m - 130 m23.36.67
(2010 RJ43) 2016-Nov-290.145256.548 m - 110 m23.712.05
(2014 WM7) 2016-Nov-290.147357.348 m - 110 m23.713.00
369264 (2009 MS) 2016-Nov-300.069627.11.5 km16.332.01
Source- http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/ca/

updated/reposted 28NOV2016
updated/reposted 13NOV2016
updated/reposted  12NOV2016
original post 01NOV2016

2016 The THIRD Year of "CERTAIN Uncertainty" ™ / Meteors, Asteroids, Comets, and MORE!!

3 comments:

Gail Henderson said...

We just seen one fly pass! Guelph,ontario november. 1st awesome!

Manuel Lopez said...

I might have just seen one of these break through and fall to earth over southern California while I was in Pasadena this evening. Very intense fireball broke up and started spiraling towards earth in 4 or 5 huge chunks. Then 2 minutes later another entered and did the same thing. I saw it and then is spiraled slowly.

Manuel Lopez said...

I might have just seen one of these break through and fall to earth over southern California while I was in Pasadena this evening. Very intense fireball broke up and started spiraling towards earth in 4 or 5 huge chunks. Then 2 minutes later another entered and did the same thing. I saw it and then is spiraled slowly.