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2017 HV2

Dear All, just to point out the new small object 2017 HV2 H= 29.0 see MPEC 2017-H55, I have computed the close encounter with the Earth on 2017-04-23.92 at
Francesco Manca
2:51 PM
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Re: Change Over date for MPC's New Reporting Format?

I _think_ the latest publicly-available version of the ADES spec is at http://minorplanetcenter.net/iau/info/IAU2015_ADES.pdf As Dave says, it's been "almost
Bill Gray
Apr 21
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Re: Change Over date for MPC's New Reporting Format?

... Ignore that document. Yet another attempt to introduce a new format has been lurking in the shadows. Called IAU2015 a little over a year ago. Now a
Dave Tholen
Apr 21
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Change Over date for MPC's New Reporting Format?

Hi All, I was wondering if anyone knows when MPC is going to start accepting astrometry in the new Obs format? Is the format pretty much considered finalised?
Hristo Pavlov
Apr 20
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Landslides on Ceres Reflect Ice Content

https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?feature=6820 Landslides on Ceres Reflect Ice Content Jet Propulsion Laboratory April 19, 2017 As NASA's Dawn spacecraft
Ron Baalke
Apr 20
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Re: Does 2014 JO25 have a small satellite ?

Animated GIF of 138 five second exposures shot with 35cm scope operating at f/5.5 and ST-10XME binned 3x3. I don’t think I see a satellite. File is 40MB so
Patrick Wiggins
Apr 20
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Does 2014 JO25 have a small satellite ?

Hello, For people observing/having observed 2014 JO25, please check your images for a possible presence of a small faint satellite by making moving stacks, as
Il Grande Beppe
Apr 19
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Re: NASA Radar Spots Relatively Large Asteroid Prior to Flyby (2014

This is still a good object for checking your timing. And before you tell me you've set your computer's time with
Bill Gray
Apr 19
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NASA Radar Spots Relatively Large Asteroid Prior to Flyby (2014 JO25

https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?feature=6817 NASA Radar Spots Relatively Large Asteroid Prior to Flyby Jet Propulsion Laboratory April 18, 2017 Radar
Ron Baalke
Apr 19
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Horizons, Scout, Sentry, CNEOS down-time

The "ssd.jpl.nasa.gov" and "neo.jpl.nasa.gov" systems may soon be unavailable for up to 48 hours for unscheduled maintenance. Exact start of down-time is being
jon_giorgini
Apr 17
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Conference Speaker Line-up - AAS Eclipse 2017 Workshop V: Columbia,

Dear Members: A new upload for Day 2 and a audio sync fix for the end of Day 2 has been uploaded. Start-in times for both Days 1 and 2 are provided. Thank you,
Mike Kentrianakis
Apr 16
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AAS Eclipse Workshop V: Columbia - Day 1 Complete

Day 1 - Friday, March 31, 2017 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM https://youtu.be/KF6VWIFJX8M Day 2 - Saturday, April 1, 2017 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM (TBD url) YouTube Channel
Mike Kentrianakis
Apr 16
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AAS Eclipse 2017 Workshop V: Columbia, South Carolina

Dear Eclipse Enthusiasts: This Friday and Saturday, March 31st and April 1st, at the State Museum of South Carolina and the University
Mike Kentrianakis
Apr 16
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Epoch of MPCORB.dat

Hello All, From today's download of the orbital data of asteroids at MPC, the epoch of elements for the low numbered objects is 2015-06-27. I checked on the
Il Grande Beppe
Apr 16
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Re: A102mZM = (maybe) "not a minor planet"

Hello all, While we are at this topicà It would be really valuable to go after some of the irregular satellites of Jupiter and Saturn. We just put out this
Brozovic, Marina (392R)
Apr 16
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