Sezione di Ricerca Asteroidi

MPFUAP: Follow-Up Astrometric Program
2016, Cremaschini C., Foglia S., Galli G., Tombelli M.

Date of positions:      2021/02/07
Magnitude limit:        19.0
Elongation from Sun  >= 90.0

Date of MPCOrb:         2021/02/07

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          Minor Planet          CL  R.A.  Decl. Elong. Magn.      Arc  Rms   LastObs     Code  U   NOss NOpp   Type
                                    hh.h    dd           V              "    yyymmdd
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One opposition: follow-up

         2020 TB12            NB  16.08  +53   96.1W  17.5      114  0.13  20210206    0803  4     98    1   NEA
         2020 UU3             NC  05.08  +46  118.6E  18.5      136  0.29  20210205    0803  3     60    1   NEA
         2020 WM3             NB  10.64  -10  147.7W  18.3       79  0.32  20210207    0804  4    100    1   NEA
         2020 XU6             NB  07.83  -03  150.0E  17.0       54  0.16  20210206    8803  4    169    1   NEA
         2020 XK8             NB  09.44  +05  169.7W  18.7       53  0.15  20210206    0005  4     53    1   Mars Crosser
         2021 AL2             NA  09.35  +38  156.5E  18.9       32  0.20  20210207    0804  6     44    1   NEA
         2021 CG              NA  11.24  +25  152.0W  17.3        2  0.32  20210207    0803  6     50    1   NEA
         2021 CO              NA  09.88  +23  169.1W  18.4        1  0.32  20210206    0803  7     43    1   NEA
         2021 CT              NB  11.06  +05  153.4W  17.4        1  0.32  20210206    0803  5     31    1   NEA
         2021 CC2             NA  13.04  -11  119.5W  18.7        1  0.35  20210207    0802  8     25    1   NEA

Second opposition: recovery

         2010 EM3             A   09.42  -00  163.6W  18.0       91  0.45  20100601    2007  5     17    1   Mars Crosser
         2019 HT7             A   03.91  +27  104.1E  18.5       11  0.27  20190505    2000  8     18    1   Main Belt
         1939 RR              A   11.76  -06  138.2W  17.4       27  0.44  19391012    2000         3    1   Main Belt
         1942 RH              A   14.96  -16   91.2W  18.7       10  0.44  19420915    2000         3    1   Main Belt
         1988 RH9             A   06.58  +03  137.3E  14.6       11        19880912    2000        15    1   Main Belt
         2002 AO14            A   09.43  +05  169.9W  18.5       42        20020216    2005        51    1   Mars Crosser
         2009 SW244           A   07.89  -10  146.2E  19.0       21        20091009    2000         9    1   Main Belt
         2009 UT138           A   09.49  -17  147.3W  18.8       25        20091118    2000        12    1   Main Belt
         2010 JR19            A   11.90  -28  122.6W  18.9        1        20100504    2005  E      7    1   Mars Crosser
         2010 JQ137           A   13.64  +44  119.3W  18.7        1        20100515    2005         6    1   Mars Crosser
         2010 JW139           A   08.14  +18  162.0E  18.6        1        20100516    2000        10    1   Main Belt
         2010 KN44            A   05.43  +15  123.3E  18.5        1        20100522    2000        13    1   Main Belt
         2010 LT6             A   07.41  +12  151.4E  18.9        2        20100604    2000        16    1   Main Belt
         2010 LN10            A   13.56  +22  120.6W  18.8        4        20100606    2000        23    1   Hungaria
         2010 LJ16            A   07.99  +02  155.7E  19.0        2        20100604    2006        13    1   Mars Crosser
         2010 LG32            A   11.96  +10  142.0W  18.9        1        20100607    2000        12    1   Hungaria
         2010 LA128           A   04.56  +44  113.3E  18.7        1        20100616    2000         9    1   Main Belt
         2010 MD35            A   09.46  +16  178.3W  18.5        1        20100622    2000        15    1   Main Belt
         2010 MZ35            A   07.66  +19  155.1E  18.1        1        20100622    2000        11    1   Main Belt
         2010 MT47            A   08.61  +10  167.8E  18.5        1        20100623    2000  E      7    1   Main Belt
         2010 MC58            A   11.64  -15  134.5W  18.3        1        20100625    2000        11    1   Hungaria
         2010 NE31            A   07.70  +28  153.4E  18.4        2        20100709    2000        11    1   Main Belt
         2010 NU92            A   11.54  -08  140.1W  18.7        2        20100704    2007        14    1   Mars Crosser
         2010 OL29            A   06.30  +36  134.0E  18.8        2        20100721    2000        18    1   Main Belt
         2010 OM35            A   11.40  +14  150.6W  18.2        1        20100722    2000         6    1   Main Belt
         2010 OT70            A   08.34  -02  156.4E  18.7        1        20100726    2000        16    1   Hungaria
         2010 PP34            A   07.68  +44  144.0E  18.7        1        20100806    2000         9    1   Hungaria
         2010 PU56            A   10.91  +30  153.9W  17.9        1        20100809    2000         9    1   Hungaria
         2013 SD47            A   09.85  +10  171.4W  18.6        5        20130929    2000  E     11    1   Main Belt
         2014 OO145           A   08.16  +19  162.2E  17.9        7        20140803    2000        10    1   Main Belt
         2014 OS328           A   06.13  +24  133.7E  18.8        5        20140803    2000        10    1   Main Belt
         2014 QZ477           A   09.83  +02  165.5W  17.4        7        20140827    2000        11    1   Main Belt

Third opposition

Fourth opposition

 465749  2009 WO6             C   13.38  +73  113.0W  18.6 2009-2016  0.40  20160628    5804  0    140    3   NEA
 505093  2011 VQ5             C   10.40  +51  142.3W  18.6 2011-2018  0.43  20180410    4804  1    156    3   NEA

Five or more opposition

 311554  2006 BQ147           OB  12.94  -08  121.7W  16.9 1998-2018  0.43  20180313    4802  3    367    6   NEA
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CL Critical List

MPCL: Critical List Astrometric Program
2016, Foglia S., Galli G.

Date of positions:      2021/04/15
Magnitude limit:        21.0
Elongation from Sun  >= 90.0

Date of MPCOrb:         2021/04/15

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Current Program

MPFUAP: Follow-Up Astrometric Program
2016, Cremaschini C., Foglia S., Galli G., Tombelli M.

Date of positions:      2021/04/15
Magnitude limit:        19.0
Elongation from Sun  >= 90.0

Date of MPCOrb:         2021/04/15

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Program Description

FUAP - Follow Up Astrometric Program

1. Introduction

Astronomers pay careful attention to the Near Earth Asteroids due to their importance roule in the Earth's neighbouring; other asteroids have not the same attention and they should not be observed for a lot of time to be considered as lost.
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