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21 November 2014

TN NC GA AL Fireball Meteor 21NOV2014 w / videos

TN NC GA AL Fireball Meteor 2120 EST / 2020 CST 21NOV2014 w/ videos and 4 reports

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Meteor
Posted to YouTube by Flim Everything 3 views
Published on Nov 21, 2014
This is a meteor I filmed with a dash cam on I-40 at mile marker 416 in Tennessee. The camera didn't get it as good as the eye. It was green with a red tip.


Meteor over Marietta, GA
Posted to YouTube by pnc8191 100 views
Powder Springs Rd SW, Marietta, GA 30008

Initial Meteor Reports-
20NOV2014 James Mangile Eclectic Alabama , US 20:20 PM CST 5 seconds Noth sky /righ to left Light up entire sky and fell all the way to horizon/no sound/ fireball had black center Brightest ever seen/. Looked like Roman candle at 50ft None Seen None

20NOV2014 Drew Nashville, Tennessee, USA 20:15 CST 3-4 seconds East to West Yellow/Orange Streak, Changed to Green Pretty Bright Exploded and appeared to throw fragments Started out yellow/orange with a long tail, then turned green before exploding

20NOV2014 Chris East Ridge, TN, USA 21:20 EST 2-3 seconds East to West Bright green and white ball with orangeish tail, very fast, didnt hear anything, was less than a mile above ground falling very horizontal. very bright not sure THIS IS A EDIT FOR THE TIME! SORRY. IT WAS 9:20 PM.

20NOV2014 Jona Fines Creek, NC, USA 2120 ET 2 Facing west, traveled from SW to NW Green fireball Moon + Couldn't tell. None

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20 November 2014

FAKED EVENT? Oklahoma Morning Super Bolide Asteroid or SPACE TRASH? 19NOV2014

Breaking News- Oklahoma Morning Super Bolide Asteroid or SPACE TRASH? 19NOV2014

FAKED Event Videos?...sorry folks I have a feeling...
no reports of event and no web traffic searching for it prior to posting- conclusion possible faked event.
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Oklahoma Early Morning Super Bolide Asteroid 19NOV2014
Photo Credit- Peter Gibbons
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C 2014 Andy, UK
EISSCO - Intel
video 1

Oklahoma City Meteor this Morning
Posted on YouTube James West 24,124 views
Published on Nov 19, 2014
Look what i was lucky enough to capture this morning. Flew right by and north towards Edmond.

Video 2
Meteor in Oklahoma?
Posted on YouTube by  Peter Gibbons 877 views

Video 3
Falling Star streaking through Oklahoma
Posted on YouTube by Sasha Williams 453 views

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Fukushima, Japan Earthquake MAG 5.3 1051 JST 20NOV2014

Breaking- Fukushima, Japan Earthquake MAG 5.3 1051 JST 20NOV2014

Depth 40KM long duration still aftershocks at 11'01. No damage expected. No tsunami expected. The quakes occurred offshore

Time- 10:51 JST 20 Nov 2014
Lon/Lat- 37.3N  , 141.6E
Depth - 40 km
Magnitude - 5.3
Region Name - Fukushima-ken Oki


Official Japanese Site- with data and map-
http://www.jma.go.jp/en/quake/2/20141120105627395-201051.html


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19 November 2014

Russia Super Bolide / Asteroid Strike? or SOMETHING ELSE! 14NOV2014

Breaking News- MASSIVE EVENT!
Russia Super Bolide? / Asteroid Strike? / OR Something Else!
1839 Local Time 14NOV2014  
Munitions storage depo Explosion!LunarMeteoriteHunter - Tokyo
3 Different VIDEOS
Sverdlovsk Region / Rezhom, New Region - Yekaterinburg
Russian News mentions the possibility of explosions at the old Rezhevskoy chemical plant.???

-IF you are really interested seeing videos of other "something else" scroll down to the bottom of this post and compare with the YouTube videos/links I have posted. - LunarMeteoriteHunter...Tokyo

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Russia Super Bolide / Asteroid Strike? / OR something else? 1839 Local Time 14NOV2014
Image Credit- Some Very Lucky Russian to Witness!

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Video 1
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UFO? Meteor? Blast? Massive light flash over Russian Urals stuns locals, scientists (DASHCAM)
Posted on YouTube by RT 301 views

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Video 2

Video filmed by Anton Glavatskih schoolboy and his classmates.Posted to YouTube by ТВ Новый день - Новый регион 301 views
Published on Nov 18, 2014Видеоновости РИА "Новый регион" http://urfo.org/ekb/video/
Strange celestial event happened last weekend in the Sverdlovsk region. First, the sky turned red, and then lit up with a bright yellow light. Celestial phenomena have not been able to comment on any of the Sverdlovsk forecasters Hydrometcenter nor representatives Kourovka Observatory. Best phenomenon was seen in the sky over the city Rezhom.
Странное небесное явление произошло в минувшие выходные в Свердловской области. Сначала небо покраснело, а затем озарилось ярким желтым светом. Небесное явление прокомментировать пока не смогли ни синоптики Свердловского Гидрометцентра, ни представители Коуровской обсерватории. Лучше всего явление было видно в небе над городом Режом.

Press Report in Russian-
NewDayNews.Ru
http://urfo.org/ekb/518345.html/print/

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Video 3
MOST IMPORTANT VIDEO showing explosion from ground and not from meteor!
Вспышка над Свердловской областью | Explosion in the Sverdlovsk region, Russia
Posted to YouTube by IrSCr 6,098 views

Expert opinion-
  Hmmm. I doubt this one is a meteor.
From the video, it appears that the person shooting it was already starting to pay attention well before the peak event. In the video, you can see a pulsating red glow in a stationary position well before it becomes very bright, the latter only happening 18 seconds in the video. The bright peak, of several seconds duration, also seems to be quite stationary. So the event, whatever it was, was already going on for at least 18 seconds, and it does not seem to be moving during that time.
  My guess this is something originating on Earth. To me, it looks like a fire or series of small explosions and subsequent large explosion or flash fire reflecting on a cloud deck. The Russian article (in Google translation) seems to suggest there is a major chemical plant nearby? I wonder if any explosions were heard some tens of seconds after the movie ends.
- Marco
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Dr Marco (asteroid 183294) Langbroek
Dutch Meteor Society (DMS)


Thank you Marco!
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US / World NEWS Coverage of Event 
citing The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News-

Meteor? UFO? Flash Over Russia May Have Earthly Origin
NBC news
http://www.nbcnews.com/science/weird-science/meteor-ufo-flash-over-russia-may-have-earthly-origin-n251081

Something Mysterious Lit Up the Russian Sky — and No One Knows Exactly What It Was
The Blaze
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2014/11/18/something-mysterious-lit-up-the-russian-sky-and-no-one-knows-exactly-what-it-was/

Hatalmas fényvillanás Oroszország felettSzeretlek Magyarorszag
http://www.szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu/hatalmas-fenyvillanas-oroszorszag-felett-2/

Graban una enorme explosión en el cielo en Rusia
GIZMODO
http://es.gizmodo.com/graban-una-enorme-explosion-en-el-cielo-en-rusia-1660530973

What In The Hell Caused This Enormous Flash Over Russia?
io9
http://io9.com/what-in-the-hell-caused-this-enormous-flash-over-russia-1660574552

Explosive Flash In Russia Blamed On MeteorAustrian Times
http://austriantimes.at/news/Around_the_World/2014-11-19/51971/Explosive_Flash_In_Russia_Blamed_On_Meteor

YouTube-
Mysterious Explosion over Russia: Meteor or 'Russian KILLER Satellite'!
ShantiUniverse
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ybeSYCj8adc

Astronomy.Russia Discussion Forum-
Astronomy.ru
http://www.astronomy.ru/forum/index.php/topic,24233.7020.html

AstroForum- Forum za Astronome
Meteor u Rusiji? (Pregledano: 8093 puta)zvjezdarnica.com
http://www.zvjezdarnica.com/forum/index.php?topic=8662.190;topicseen

UK weatherworld Forum
http://www.ukweatherworld.co.uk/forum/index.php?/topic/105784-leonids-november-17-18th-mon-tue/

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UPDATE- Previous NON-meteor events in Russia- 
Take a look.- Lunar Meteorite Hunter
Electrical Fault 2012

Huge explosion in the sky of Russia (Огромный взрыв в небе России)

(Yahoo) Motorists were shocked while driving on a street in Moscow, Russia, when the sky was lit on Monday (6) after a large explosion. The video was recorded by a camera installed 

Munitions storage depo

Stunning amateur videos of giant arms depot explosions in Russia

  • by RT 
  •  3 years ago
  • 144,747 views
A major fire has broken out at a ammunitions storage depot in Central Russia (Удмуртия), triggering explosions and injuring 45. Two elderly people have died from heart attacks said 

Munitions storage depo

Raw video of weapons depot inferno in Russia

  • by RT 
  •  5 years ago
  • 30,010 views
Russia's Ministry of Defence says at least two military firefighters are dead after a series of blasts at a weapons storage facility in central Russia. Officials say 43 people have been 


Munitions storage depo

Video: Far-east wildfire ignites military depot, massive explosions rock Siberia, deaths reported

  • by RT 
  •  6 months ago
  • 10,911 views
At least 11 people have been killed in explosions at a military depot in Russia's Transbaikal. Over 400 people have been evacuated, but this figure may grow. There were 

Munitions storage depo

Blast At Russia Arms Depot Sends Shells Flying Over 4 Kilometers

Massive explosions have rocked an area outside the Russian city of Orenburg on Monday as fire engulfed an armaments warehouse, forcing local residents to flee their homes.


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Thank you Andrei in Ol'khovatov, Russia, Moscow!

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18 November 2014

Farmer City, IL Fireball Meteor 17NOV2014 Video Capture

Farmer City, IL Fireball Meteor 2253 CST 17NOV2014 Video Capture
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Farmer City, Illlinois Fireball Meteor  2253 CST / 0453 UTC 17/18NOV2014
Farmer City, IL AllSky, Saandia Sentinel All Sky Network , Steve Witt
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Farmer City, Illlinois Fireball Meteor 2253 CST 17NOV2014 Video Capture
Farmer City, IL AllSky,  Saandia Sentinel All Sky Network , Steve Witt


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Initial Meteor Sighting Reports-
17NOV2014 Steve Witt Farmer City, Il, USA 22:53 CST ~ 4 seconds North to South South East Camera capture B/W Moon or brighter None visible MP4 and composite posted

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Leonid Meteor Shower Live/Feed 2014 - NASA MSFC

Leonid Meteor Shower Live Feed 2014 - NASA MSFC  
 Live From NASA-MSFC, Huntsville, Alabama, USA

Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream
Leonid Meteor Shower Live/Feed 2014
NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, USA

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Geologic Maps of Vesta from NASA's Dawn Mission Published

Geologic Maps of Vesta from NASA's Dawn Mission Published
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This high-resolution geological map of Vesta is derived from Dawn spacecraft data.
Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU
This high-resolution geological map of Vesta is derived from Dawn spacecraft data. Brown colors represent the oldest, most heavily cratered surface. Purple colors in the north and light blue represent terrains modified by the Veneneia and Rheasilvia impacts, respectively. Light purples and dark blue colors below the equator represent the interior of the Rheasilvia and Veneneia basins. Greens and yellows represent relatively young landslides or other downhill movement and crater impact materials, respectively. This map unifies 15 individual quadrangle maps published this week in a special issue of Icarus. Map is a Mollweide projection, centered on 180 degrees longitude using the Dawn Claudia coordinate system.

JPL manages the Dawn mission for NASA's Science Mission Directorate in Washington. Dawn is a project of the directorate's Discovery Program, managed by NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. The University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) is responsible for overall Dawn mission science. Orbital Sciences Corp. in Dulles, Virginia, designed and built the spacecraft. The German Aerospace Center, the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, the Italian Space Agency and the Italian National Astrophysical Institute are international partners on the mission team.

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More information about Dawn is online at http://www.nasa.gov/dawn.

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Vesta Topography Map
Credit- NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA/PSI
Vesta Topography Map
This color-coded topography map from NASA's Dawn mission shows the giant asteroid Vesta in an equirectangular projection at 32 pixels per degree, relative to an ellipsoid of 177 miles by 177 miles by 142 miles (285 kilometers by 285 kilometers by 229 kilometers). The color scale extends from 13.96 miles (22.47 kilometers) below the surface in purple to 12.11 miles (19.48 kilometers) above the surface in white. The topographic map was constructed from analyzing more than 17,000 images from Dawn's framing camera that were taken with varying sun and viewing angles.

The Dawn mission to Vesta and Ceres is managed by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, a division of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, for NASA's Science Mission Directorate, Washington. The University of California, Los Angeles, is responsible for overall Dawn mission science. The Dawn framing cameras were developed and built under the leadership of the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany, with significant contributions by DLR German Aerospace Center, Institute of Planetary Research, Berlin, and in coordination with the Institute of Computer and Communication Network Engineering, Braunschweig. The framing camera project is funded by the Max Planck Society, DLR and NASA.

More information on Dawn is available at: http://www.nasa.gov/dawn and http://dawn.jpl.nasa.gov .


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NOVEMBER 17, 2014
Geologic Maps of Vesta from NASA's Dawn Mission Published

Images from NASA's Dawn Mission have been used to create a series of high-resolution geological maps of the large asteroid Vesta, revealing the variety of surface features in unprecedented detail. These maps are included with a series of 11 scientific papers published this week in a special issue of the journal Icarus.

Geological mapping is a technique used to derive the geologic history of a planetary object from detailed analysis of surface morphology, topography, color and brightness information. A team of 14 scientists mapped the surface of Vesta using Dawn spacecraft data, led by three NASA-funded participating scientists: David A. Williams of Arizona State University, Tempe; R. Aileen Yingst of the Planetary Science Institute, Tucson, Arizona; and W. Brent Garry of the NASA Goddard Spaceflight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland.

"The geologic mapping campaign at Vesta took about two-and-a-half years to complete, and the resulting maps enabled us to recognize a geologic timescale of Vesta for comparison to other planets," said Williams.

Scientists discovered through these maps that impacts from several large meteorites have shaped Vesta's history. Asteroids like Vesta are remnants of the formation of the solar system, giving scientists a peek at its history. Asteroids could also harbor molecules that are the building blocks of life and reveal clues about the origins of life on Earth.

The geologic mapping of Vesta is enabled by images obtained by the framing camera provided by the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research of the German Max Planck Society and the German Aerospace Center. This camera takes panchromatic images and seven bands of color-filtered images. Stereo photos are used to create topographic models of the surface that aid in the geologic interpretation.

Vesta's geologic timescale is determined by the sequence of large impact events, primarily by the Veneneia and Rheasilvia impacts in Vesta's early history and the Marcia impact in its late history. The oldest crust on Vesta pre-dates the Veneneia impact.The relative timescale is supplemented by model-based absolute ages from two different approaches that apply crater statistics to date the surface.

"This mapping was crucial for getting a better understanding of Vesta's geological history, as well as providing context for the compositional information that we received from other instruments on the spacecraft: the visible and infrared (VIR) mapping spectrometer and the gamma-ray and neutron detector (GRaND)," said Carol Raymond, Dawn's deputy principal investigator at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.

The objective of NASA's Dawn mission is to characterize the two most massive objects in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter - Vesta and the dwarf planet Ceres. The spacecraft launched in 2007. Vesta, orbited by the Dawn spacecraft between July 2011 and September 2012, was thought to be the source of a unique set of basaltic meteorites (called HEDs, for howardite-eucrite-diogenite), and Dawn confirmed the Vesta-HED connection.

The Dawn spacecraft is currently on its way to Ceres, the largest object in the asteroid belt. Dawn will arrive at Ceres in March 2015.

Dawn uses ion propulsion in spiraling trajectories to travel from Earth to Vesta, orbit Vesta and then continue on to orbit the dwarf planet Ceres. Ion engines use very small amounts of onboard fuel, enabling a mission that would be unaffordable or impossible without them.

JPL manages the Dawn mission for NASA's Science Mission Directorate in Washington. Dawn is a project of the directorate's Discovery Program, managed by NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. The University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) is responsible for overall Dawn mission science. Orbital Sciences Corp. in Dulles, Virginia, designed and built the spacecraft. The German Aerospace Center, the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, the Italian Space Agency and the Italian National Astrophysical Institute are international partners on the mission team.

For more information about Dawn, visit:

http://www.nasa.gov/dawn


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Press Release 2014-399

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The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News 18NOV2014

Leonid Meteor Shower Peaks Monday: How to See It
Scientific American
The Leonid meteor shower is forecasted to peak Monday afternoon (Nov. 17) in the U.S. eastern time zone, so stargazers in the United States are ...

Leonid Meteor Shower 2014: What You Need to Know To See This Week's Show
The Weather Channel
If forecasts stand correct, the meteor shower will peak on Monday for those in the eastern U.S. time zone, according to Scientific American. The best ...

Meteor Shower Peaks Tonight, Trade Wind Weather
Maui Now
A High Surf Advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service for the north facing shores of Maui and Molokaʻi from 4 a.m. to 6 p.m. for a ...

Scary New Asteroid Impact Map Shows Space Rocks Hit Us 'All The Time'
Huffington Post
The notable exception was the so-called Chelyabinsk meteor event, in which an asteroid measuring 17 to 20 meters in diameter exploded over the ...

Looking for meteors? Try to get away from city lights
EarthSky
The annual Leonid meteor shower will reach its peak early Tuesday morning (November 18, 2014). Will you see any meteors? Conditions are ...

Leonid Meteor Shower: What to Expect
Discovery News
In recent days, I've been hearing the excited murmurings of skywatchers: "The Leonids are coming!" That is indeed true. In fact, the Leonids are ...

Watch the Leonid Meteor Shower Tonight
- Dubai Chronicle

Catch Leonids meteor shower that peaks November 17, 18
- Delhi Daily News

Looking for Leonids? How to Make the Most of Tonight's Meteor Show
NBC News
A nearly moonless sky means conditions are nearly perfect for the Leonids, an annual meteor shower whose reputation outshines reality.The Leonids ...

Leonid meteor shower coming tonight!
USA TODAY
The Leonid meteor shower, an annual mid-November treat, will be coming to a sky near you tonight. It should reach its peak before dawn on Tuesday, ...

Leonid meteor shower forecast: What to expect
Fox News
A meteor streaks over Fort Mountain State Park in Georgia in this photo captured by skywatcher James L. Brown, Jr. The annual Leonidmeteor ...
The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News 17NOV2014 early
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Data indicate that small asteroids struck Earth's atmosphere – resulting in a bolide (a fireball, or bright meteor) – on 556 separate occasions in a .

Leonids meteor shower approaches; best viewing,meteor party
St George News
ST. GEORGE – The Leonids meteor shower returns to liven up the night sky Monday and Tuesday, and Southern Utah residents have the opportunity ...

Leonid meteor shower peaks tonight
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The Once Grand Leonid Meteor Shower Peaks Tuesday Morning. How to Watch Them
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Look up tonight for the Leonid Meteor Shower
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Leonid Meteor Shower Happening Overnight
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Leonid Meteor Shower Live Stream: Watch The Leonids' Peak Early Tuesday Morning
-International Business Times

Watch Live: The Leonid Meteor Shower Peaks Tonight
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Looking for Leonids? How to Make the Most of Tonight's Meteor Show
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Leonids meteor shower: When and where to see it tonight
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17 November 2014

ALERTS ISSUED- NEOs Close Approaches November 2014

ALERTS ISSUED- NEOs Close Approaches November 2014
Meteors
c2014 Dirk Ross
ALERTS-
High probability for large bolide meteors 28OCT-08NOV  //  15-26NOV
2 3 4 5 8  10 for 10LD or less //  Moon Blind 03-14NOV  // 5 small. "mountain-sized" asteroids to pass safely

2014 UA176 ,2014 UX57 , 2014 UD192 ,2014 WA ,
2014 WO4, 2014 WJ6,2014,WE6,,2014 WF6,2014 WR7,
2014 WS7 , 



updated 20NOV2014
(2014 WR7) 2014-Nov-210.00773.015 m - 34 m26.28.35
(2014 WS7) 2014-Nov-210.01134.49.1 m - 20 m27.38.11

updated 20NOV2014
(2014 WJ6)2014-Nov-15 16:12 ± < 00:010.9/0.00220.9/0.002214.6414.5667027.1
(2014 WE6)2014-Nov-13 18:02 ±   00:030.6/0.00150.6/0.00154.784.3953430.2
(2014 WF6)2014-Nov-11 10:27 ±   00:072.6/0.00672.6/0.006718.9118.8848224.4

updated 18NOV2014
(2014 WO4) 2014-Nov-200.01024.035 m - 77 m24.419.99

updated 17NOV2014
(2014 WA) 2014-Nov-170.00491.96.1 m - 14 m28.29.40

updated 03NOV2014
(2014 UD192) 2014-Nov-090.00793.118 m - 40 m25.914.04


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)
363505 (2003 UC20) 2014-Oct-310.134852.4640 m - 1.4 km18.112.26
(2014 UH115) 2014-Oct-310.175468.239 m - 87 m24.27.81
(2014 UA57) 2014-Nov-010.043016.717 m - 39 m25.97.01
(2014 US34) 2014-Nov-010.055021.423 m - 52 m25.310.69
(2014 UD115) 2014-Nov-010.053020.634 m - 77 m24.45.99
(2014 TL17) 2014-Nov-010.050119.573 m - 160 m22.88.74
(2014 UA58) 2014-Nov-010.034013.213 m - 28 m26.611.23
(2014 SJ142) 2014-Nov-020.119746.661 m - 140 m23.29.92
(1987 WC) 2014-Nov-030.124948.6310 m - 680 m19.710.01
(2014 UZ57) 2014-Nov-040.088134.327 m - 61 m24.920.16
(2014 US115) 2014-Nov-050.040215.735 m - 79 m24.48.50
(2012 CO46) 2014-Nov-050.134952.580 m - 180 m22.63.62
163818 (2003 RX7) 2014-Nov-060.157361.2560 m - 1.2 km18.415.17
(2014 UO33) 2014-Nov-060.169565.9100 m - 230 m22.09.08
(2014 UA176) 2014-Nov-060.01244.812 m - 26 m26.89.50
(2014 UX57) 2014-Nov-060.00933.614 m - 32 m26.38.37
(2014 TJ33) 2014-Nov-070.040315.770 m - 160 m22.910.85
(2014 US56) 2014-Nov-070.064325.016 m - 35 m26.24.33
(2014 MQ67) 2014-Nov-070.129250.3250 m - 570 m20.110.35
(2014 UT56) 2014-Nov-070.039215.215 m - 33 m26.39.82
(2014 UV115) 2014-Nov-070.055621.679 m - 180 m22.621.11
(2014 UT33) 2014-Nov-080.039915.554 m - 120 m23.511.63
(2008 UX) 2014-Nov-080.125949.0180 m - 410 m20.824.34
(2010 WT) 2014-Nov-090.169465.958 m - 130 m23.37.80
(2014 UV57) 2014-Nov-090.046418.122 m - 49 m25.47.62
(2014 UQ114) 2014-Nov-100.079531.084 m - 190 m22.524.02
138852 (2000 WN10) 2014-Nov-110.126149.1240 m - 540 m20.213.60
(2012 VS76) 2014-Nov-110.153059.511 m - 25 m26.916.15
(2014 HW) 2014-Nov-110.181870.75.6 m - 12 m28.44.22
(2014 TK64) 2014-Nov-130.121647.355 m - 120 m23.412.03
(2009 LD) 2014-Nov-140.054721.315 m - 34 m26.27.14
(2014 TS16) 2014-Nov-140.152259.2100 m - 230 m22.18.31
(2012 VG5) 2014-Nov-140.122147.529 m - 65 m24.810.09
(2000 LG6) 2014-Nov-140.164464.04.2 m - 9.4 m29.04.52
(2014 TZ) 2014-Nov-140.161362.892 m - 210 m22.32.90
(2014 UL115) 2014-Nov-150.072928.438 m - 85 m24.210.10
406213 (2007 AB2) 2014-Nov-150.119746.6230 m - 520 m20.39.59
(2000 WC1) 2014-Nov-150.102740.092 m - 210 m22.313.77
(2005 VN) 2014-Nov-150.173367.470 m - 160 m22.916.39
(2012 XS111) 2014-Nov-160.131851.3100 m - 230 m22.111.17
(2014 UW57) 2014-Nov-160.031012.113 m - 28 m26.63.99
(2012 VE26) 2014-Nov-170.137953.75.6 m - 12 m28.414.90
(2008 LQ16) 2014-Nov-170.125849.0230 m - 520 m20.323.31
214088 (2004 JN13) 2014-Nov-180.134752.42.5 km - 5.7 km15.115.33
85713 (1998 SS49) 2014-Nov-180.189873.91.9 km - 4.3 km15.723.10
(2013 YH48) 2014-Nov-180.114344.558 m - 130 m23.310.79
(2014 UG57) 2014-Nov-190.146557.062 m - 140 m23.26.86
(2014 UZ56) 2014-Nov-190.068726.718 m - 41 m25.85.54
(2004 XJ) 2014-Nov-200.167965.342 m - 94 m24.010.38
(2009 WV25) 2014-Nov-210.154360.042 m - 94 m24.015.60
(2009 BS5) 2014-Nov-210.089835.08.8 m - 20 m27.48.45
(2005 SX4) 2014-Nov-220.187272.8230 m - 520 m20.34.58
393908 (2005 UH3) 2014-Nov-220.114244.4800 m - 1.8 km17.629.56
(2014 UA33) 2014-Nov-250.186872.7120 m - 260 m21.83.99
(2013 WR45) 2014-Nov-250.156360.819 m - 43 m25.74.97
(2011 UP91) 2014-Nov-260.191274.4110 m - 240 m22.09.47
(2014 TX57) 2014-Nov-270.072028.0150 m - 330 m21.38.41
(2010 OC101) 2014-Nov-280.137753.6200 m - 450 m20.69.91
For Original Source and Complete Data- NASA / JPL - http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/ca/

updated 18NOV2014
updated 17NOV2014 reposted
reposted 05NOV2014
updated 03NOV2014
updated 02/11/2014 12:32 Japan Standard Time


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