Observable Near-Earth Asteroids

The following table lists all the NEAs with a solar elongation greater than 60°, further than 20° from the Milky Way center line, and brighter than V = 18 mag as of 2013-07-23. They are listed in order of increasing magnitude.

You may change the selection critera in the "Options" section at the bottom of this page and produce a customized list.

Asteroid Number Asteroid Name RA (hours) Dec. (degrees) Magnitude (V) Position Uncertainty (arcsec) Galactic Lattitude (deg) Speed (arcsec/min) Rotational Period (h) Period Quality
1627 Ivar  1.168 + 4.91 12.5 0.083 -57.6 2.104 4.795 3
11405 1999 CV3 13.856 +35.55 15.56 0.05 74.7 4.881 6.504 3
  2006 AO4 23.804 - 5.77 15.61 5.4 -63.9 3.256    
  2010 TN54 21.168 - 4.66 16.56 20 -32.8 2.427    
52762 1998 MT24 21.945 - 4.72 16.62 0.11 -42.8 1.687 12.066 0
9950 ESA 23.266 +36.98 16.67 0.3 -22.1 3.089    
24445 2000 PM8  0.237 +34.07 17.06 0.2 -28.2 1.698    
89830 2002 CE  3.964 -23.15 17.12 0.079 -47.9 2.048 2.6149 0
53435 1999 VM40  2.368 - 7.72 17.13 0.097 -61.1 2.021 5.189 0
3691 Bede  0.392 - 8.89 17.15 0.032 -70.6 0.37 226.8 2
  2006 NL 20.043 -33.22 17.17 2.8 -28.5 5.901    
137170 1999 HF1 12.685 +21.44 17.22 0.018 83.8 1.734 2.3192 3
2063 Bacchus 18.644 -54.47 17.3 0.099 -20 2.678 14.904 3
242450 2004 QY2 12.591 -40.76 17.33 0.056 22 1.964    
  2010 AF30 23.724 -62.41 17.37 20000 -53 999999.99    
85804 1998 WQ5 21.339 +13.62 17.41 0.071 -24.6 1.321 3.0089 2+
242216 2003 RN10 12.26 -14.78 17.73 0.32 47.2 3.302    
17182 1999 VU 22.066 -23.06 17.77 0.13 -52 2.003    
168378 1997 ET30  1.257 - 8.51 17.84 0.29 -70.5 0.986    
96189 Pygmalion 15.047 -24.26 17.87 0.21 29.6 2.144    
54789 2001 MZ7 22.104 -16.76 17.87 0.037 -50.5 0.895 37.57 3
1866 Sisyphus 12.945 +21.54 17.9 0.012 84.3 0.813 2.4 3
2100 Ra-Shalom  2.239 +19.04 17.92 0.012 -39.6 1.448 19.797 3
  2006 FJ9 16.903 - 5.22 17.99 1.9 23.1 2.701    
90367 2003 LC5  5.002 -28.47 18 0.25 -35.6 5.962    
          

In the fields below, you may create another asteroid table similar to the one above but using your own selected fields, selection criteria and sort order.

Field Display Sort Selection Criteria Minimum Value Maximum Value
Solar Elongation (deg) 0.0≤SE≤180.0 (deg) 0.0≤SE≤180.0 (deg)
RA (h) (Westmost to
Eastmost range)
0.0≤RA≤24.0 (h) 0.0≤RA≤24.0 (h)
DEC (deg) -90.0≤Dec≤90.0 (deg) -90.0≤Dec≤90.0 (deg)
V Magnitude 0.0≤VM≤20.0 (mag) 0.0≤VM≤20.0 (mag)
Position Uncertainty (arcsec) 0.0≤U≤2000.0 (arcsec) 0.0≤U≤2000.0 (arcsec)
Galactic Latitude (deg)
Exclusion range
-90.0≤GL≤90.0 (deg) -90.0≤GL≤90.0 (deg)
Angular Speed (arcsec/min) 0.0≤S≤600.0 (arcsec/min) 0.0≤S≤600.0 (arcsec/min)
Period (h) 0.0≤P≤2000.0 (h) 0.0≤P≤2000.0 (h)
Period Quality 0≤Q≤3 0≤Q≤3
Perihelion (AU) 0.0≤q≤1000.0 (AU) 0.0≤q≤1000.0 (AU)
Aphelion (AU) 0.0≤Q≤1000.0 (AU) 0.0≤Q≤1000.0 (AU)
Geocentric Distance (AU) 0.0≤Q≤1000.0 (AU) 0.0≤Q≤1000.0 (AU)
Heliocentric Distance (AU) 0.0≤Q≤1000.0 (AU) 0.0≤Q≤1000.0 (AU)
Orbital Elements        
Tisserand Parameter        
Phase Angle (deg)        
Arc Length (days)        
Observation Count        
H Magnitude