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20 November 2012

Breaking News- NEOs NOV2012

NEOs NOV2012

Update 21NOV2012
(2012 WH1) 2012-Nov-290.01967.651 m - 110 m23.68.08

UPDATE 15NOV2012 4 More NEOs Added
 2012 VN76 , 2012 VS762012 VU762012 VE77
(2012 VN76) 2012-Nov-200.01877.38.3 m - 18 m27.57.41
(2012 VS76) 2012-Nov-160.00622.411 m - 25 m26.911.33
(2012 VU76) 2012-Nov-160.02088.120 m - 44 m25.75.38
(2012 VE77) 2012-Nov-180.01164.515 m - 33 m26.315.01

Breaking News-NEOs UPDATE 09NOV2012
- 5 More NEOs Discovered!
2012 VE26, 2012 VA262012 VQ6012 VC262012 VB26
Meteors Pending from 08-17NOV2012. Get out and watch as their will be debris associated with these NEOs that will make their way as meteors to Earth. Cameras ready and PLEASE file a meteor report on this site if you witness one; thank you. Help out by getting the word out on Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and your favorite forum discussion list, please use this URL- 
http://lunarmeteoritehunters.blogspot.jp/
-LunarMeteoriteHunter- Tokyo, Japan


(2012 VE26) 2012-Nov-080.00421.65.5 m - 12 m28.418.92
(2012 VA26) 2012-Nov-090.01315.112 m - 28 m26.710.14
(2012 VQ6) 2012-Nov-100.00461.811 m - 24 m27.012.96
(2012 VC26) 2012-Nov-110.00592.34.6 m - 10 m28.85.36
(2012 VB26) 2012-Nov-170.02509.721 m - 47 m25.512.90
Source, NASA, JPL- http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/ca/

New NEOs Discovered UPDATE 06NOV2012-
THREE New NEOs found-
2012 VB5, 2012 VD5, 2012 VL5
(2012 VB5) 2012-Nov-090.01204.716 m - 35 m26.216.88
(2012 VD5) 2012-Nov-060.00391.514 m - 32 m26.311.40
(2012 VL5) 2012-Nov-020.01325.15.8 m - 13 m28.35.86
Source, NASA, JPL- http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/ca/

The current list, as of 02N)V2012, of NEOs with a Lunar Distance LD10 or less includes
2012 UL171, (2012 UX136), (2012 UV136), (2012 UY68), (2010 JK1)
  The table below is current but there will be several expected updates; so check back for the latest updates.  There will be MANY meteors this month; keep your eyes pealed and please file a meteor sighting report on this site if you witness a meteor/fireball; thank you!
- Dirk Ross, LunarMeteoriteHunter, Tokyo

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)
285540 (2000 GU127) 2012-Nov-010.106141.3530 m - 1.2 km18.522.60
(2012 UW136) 2012-Nov-010.189973.971 m - 160 m22.98.42
(2010 VU98) 2012-Nov-020.139354.230 m - 68 m24.713.10
(2012 UK) 2012-Nov-030.101239.433 m - 73 m24.58.35
(2012 UL171) 2012-Nov-030.01967.610 m - 23 m27.03.81
(2009 SB15) 2012-Nov-030.078230.4200 m - 460 m20.619.47
(2011 EL51) 2012-Nov-040.081931.9110 m - 250 m21.920.35
99907 (1989 VA) 2012-Nov-040.164464.01.4 km17.817.02
(2009 VN1) 2012-Nov-040.172967.339 m - 88 m24.214.61
(2012 UX136) 2012-Nov-040.00702.722 m - 48 m25.45.36
(2012 TA259) 2012-Nov-050.195476.0220 m - 500 m20.420.32
214869 (2007 PA8) 2012-Nov-050.043316.81.5 km - 3.3 km16.310.79
(2012 UA174) 2012-Nov-050.150958.772 m - 160 m22.87.21
(2011 UG21) 2012-Nov-060.178469.4340 m - 770 m19.419.73
(2010 WT) 2012-Nov-070.125148.753 m - 120 m23.56.53
(2007 GF) 2012-Nov-070.129150.2160 m - 370 m21.014.13
(2012 UR158) 2012-Nov-080.064225.0200 m - 450 m20.630.95
333358 (2001 WN1) 2012-Nov-090.128550.0370 m - 830 m19.38.73
(2012 UV136) 2012-Nov-100.01495.820 m - 46 m25.64.23
330233 (2006 KV86) 2012-Nov-110.187673.0460 m - 1.0 km18.823.35
138852 (2000 WN10) 2012-Nov-110.129250.3260 m - 580 m20.013.30
(2010 WG3) 2012-Nov-110.142355.482 m - 180 m22.69.22
(2008 LH2) 2012-Nov-120.148757.935 m - 78 m24.45.10
(1999 VR6) 2012-Nov-120.058022.6190 m - 420 m20.724.24
(2001 YM2) 2012-Nov-120.086033.5430 m - 970 m18.99.26
(2012 UY68) 2012-Nov-140.01726.726 m - 59 m25.05.36
(2012 KF25) 2012-Nov-150.152859.523 m - 51 m25.39.75
(2011 HO5) 2012-Nov-170.148457.737 m - 83 m24.310.52
(1999 SF10) 2012-Nov-190.034613.541 m - 92 m24.04.08
(2012 UX68) 2012-Nov-210.049719.338 m - 84 m24.26.88
(2009 WB105) 2012-Nov-240.040015.659 m - 130 m23.318.86
(2007 VB188) 2012-Nov-250.144656.314 m - 32 m26.310.32
(2010 JK1) 2012-Nov-250.02389.335 m - 77 m24.45.50
(1994 XD) 2012-Nov-270.051820.2400 m - 890 m19.120.03
(2009 LS) 2012-Nov-280.141855.2670 m - 1.5 km18.025.88
(2010 VW98) 2012-Nov-290.132151.481 m - 180 m22.67.03
(2001 QJ142) 2012-Nov-300.175168.255 m - 120 m23.43.73
(2009 XH8) 2012-Nov-300.128850.161 m - 140 m23.26.70
Source, NASA, JPL- http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/ca/

updated 09NOV2012
updated 06NOV2012 06/11/2012 15:53 Japan Standard Time
original post 02/11/2012 15:53 Japan Standard Time
2012 THE Year of Meteors!