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Looking Way Ahead
#1
I'm so tired of this cloudy weather, that I took a look rather far into the future.

Found an interesting rock not at CNEOS yet. 2005 LW3, H=21.62, 125-280 meters, 3LD pass couple days b4 Thanksgiving, possibly mag 13.4, max speed 148"/min in south. Uncertainty 0! Recently observed by Spacewatch this last April.

Very well placed for me (and Phil) on Nov 23 just after end of astronomical twilight moving 1.6'/min, 78° up in Pegasus. No Moon issues.

Taking bets on the weather??
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#2
Hi BMD,

I've also searched CNEOS for some NEOs through December 2022, but haven't posted anything about them yet as they're so far in the future. With the MP DB flushed I can't access the OLs for those objects yet; however, I can share the saved .stx files, so here you go. The files are attached.

As for the weather around Thanksgiving, my Magic 8-ball says, "Cloudy". November has some of our rainiest weather.

Have fun with them.

Phil S.


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.stx   Large NEOs 2022 Jul - Sep.stx (Size: 15.67 KB / Downloads: 0)
.stx   Large NEOs 2022 Oct + Dec.stx (Size: 12.84 KB / Downloads: 0)
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#3
Thanks. We will see. I might leave SE Texas for a while.
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