Earth Watch Report  Space
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RSOE EDIS
Earth approaching objects (objects that are known in the next 30 days)


Object Name  Apporach Date  Left  AU Distance  LD Distance  Estimated Diameter*  Relative Velocity  
(2012 RJ15)  11th March 2014  0 day(s)  0.1119  43.5  51 m – 110 m  13.72 km/s  49392 km/h  
(2002 SZ)  11th March 2014  0 day(s)  0.1059  41.2  220 m – 490 m  19.28 km/s  69408 km/h  
(2012 RJ15)  11th March 2014  0 day(s)  0.1119  43.5  51 m – 110 m  13.72 km/s  49392 km/h  
(2002 SZ)  11th March 2014  0 day(s)  0.1059  41.2  220 m – 490 m  19.28 km/s  69408 km/h  
(2001 SQ3)  11th March 2014  0 day(s)  0.1871  72.8  130 m – 280 m  18.26 km/s  65736 km/h  
(2013 UX2)  12th March 2014  1 day(s)  0.1482  57.7  3.8 m – 8.6 m  2.94 km/s  10584 km/h  
(2010 FR9)  14th March 2014  3 day(s)  0.1210  47.1  16 m – 36 m  10.80 km/s  38880 km/h  
(2014 AY28)  16th March 2014  5 day(s)  0.0429  16.7  120 m – 270 m  5.37 km/s  19332 km/h  
(2005 FN)  17th March 2014  6 day(s)  0.0812  31.6  11 m – 25 m  8.09 km/s  29124 km/h  
(2012 XB112)  17th March 2014  6 day(s)  0.1175  45.7  2.5 m  4.02 km/s  14471.999999999998 km/h  
(2013 WT44)  17th March 2014  6 day(s)  0.0327  12.7  320 m – 710 m  11.13 km/s  40068 km/h  
(2004 YC)  19th March 2014  8 day(s)  0.1054  41.0  20 m – 45 m  9.35 km/s  33660 km/h  
(2003 YX1)  20th March 2014  9 day(s)  0.1654  64.4  180 m – 390 m  11.76 km/s  42336 km/h  
322756 (2001 CK32)  20th March 2014  9 day(s)  0.1465  57.0  440 m – 990 m  9.06 km/s  32616 km/h  
(2011 HH)  20th March 2014  9 day(s)  0.1016  39.5  23 m – 52 m  5.04 km/s  18144 km/h  
(2012 FK15)  21st March 2014  10 day(s)  0.1495  58.2  13 m – 30 m  13.66 km/s  49176 km/h  
(2003 HT42)  22nd March 2014  11 day(s)  0.0942  36.6  29 m – 65 m  7.54 km/s  27144 km/h  
325102 (2008 EY5)  23rd March 2014  12 day(s)  0.0789  30.7  250 m – 570 m  12.89 km/s  46404 km/h  
(2013 GW68)  24th March 2014  13 day(s)  0.1950  75.9  110 m – 240 m  16.74 km/s  60263.99999999999 km/h  
(2011 EN40)  24th March 2014  13 day(s)  0.1662  64.7  220 m – 490 m  27.82 km/s  100152 km/h  
(2013 FD8)  25th March 2014  14 day(s)  0.0851  33.1  19 m – 43 m  11.55 km/s  41580 km/h  
143649 (2003 QQ47)  25th March 2014  14 day(s)  0.1283  49.9  880 m – 2.0 km  32.41 km/s  116675.99999999999 km/h  
(2012 FM35)  27th March 2014  16 day(s)  0.1916  74.6  9.2 m – 21 m  8.84 km/s  31824 km/h  
(2011 FT53)  27th March 2014  16 day(s)  0.1007  39.2  23 m – 52 m  12.36 km/s  44496 km/h  
(2012 EA)  29th March 2014  18 day(s)  0.0356  13.9  11 m – 25 m  6.00 km/s  21600 km/h  
(2009 FW25)  29th March 2014  18 day(s)  0.0715  27.8  56 m – 120 m  12.34 km/s  44424 km/h  
(2009 FD)  31st March 2014  20 day(s)  0.1009  39.3  100 m – 230 m  12.89 km/s  46404 km/h  
(2009 SA100)  31st March 2014  20 day(s)  0.0445  17.3  44 m – 99 m  7.99 km/s  28764 km/h  
(2010 GD35)  31st March 2014  20 day(s)  0.0489  19.0  33 m – 75 m  11.07 km/s  39852 km/h  
(2009 CT)  31st March 2014  20 day(s)  0.1984  77.2  320 m – 710 m  13.35 km/s  48060 km/h  
243566 (1995 SA)  01st April 2014  21 day(s)  0.1879  73.1  970 m – 2.2 km  14.22 km/s  51192 km/h  
(2001 QC34)  01st April 2014  21 day(s)  0.1082  42.1  250 m – 570 m  4.78 km/s  17208 km/h  
(2013 TT5)  03rd April 2014  23 day(s)  0.0959  37.3  15 m – 33 m  4.04 km/s  14544 km/h  
86878 (2000 HD24)  03rd April 2014  23 day(s)  0.1084  42.2  800 m – 1.8 km  20.44 km/s  73584 km/h  
(2010 GC35)  06th April 2014  26 day(s)  0.0677  26.3  31 m – 68 m  4.59 km/s  16524 km/h  
(2008 OC6)  07th April 2014  27 day(s)  0.1949  75.8  530 m – 1.2 km  14.34 km/s  51624 km/h  
330659 (2008 GG2)  09th April 2014  29 day(s)  0.1450  56.4  77 m – 170 m  7.16 km/s  25776 km/h  

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Space Weather
All Sky Fireball Network
Every night, a network of NASA allsky cameras scans the skies above the United States for meteoritic fireballs. Automated software maintained by NASA’s Meteoroid Environment Office calculates their orbits, velocity, penetration depth in Earth’s atmosphere and many other characteristics. Daily results are presented here on Spaceweather.com.
On Mar. 10, 2014, the network reported 3 fireballs.
(3 sporadics)
In this diagram of the inner solar system, all of the fireball orbits intersect at a single point–Earth. The orbits are colorcoded by velocity, from slow (red) to fast (blue). [Larger image] [movies]
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