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31 May 2014

The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News 31MAY2014

Japan Meteor 24MAY2014 - 2014年5月24日20:31:53JST出現の3回
Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News - Blogger
"click on image to enlarge" Japan Meteor 24MAY2014 - 2014年5月24日20:31:53JST出現の3回、小爆発した火球. Image Credit- Ueda - 上田昌良 ...

Thousands fall for fake CNN meteor doomsday story
TechSpy
Thousands fall for fake CNN meteor doomsday story. CNN iReport lets anyone like you or myself submit stories about anything. Those gaining enough ...

FULL] Biggest half-ton chunk of Russian meteorite lifted from lakebed Russian meteorite V
YouTube ⋅ 01:12
Russian Meteorite Raised From Lake Bed Chelyabinsk, Russian Russian MeteoriteRaised From Lake Bed Chelyabinsk, Russian Russian Meteorite ...

The Meteor Threat
UCSD Alumni - UC San Diego
The 10,000-ton meteor that burst over the Russian city of Chelyabinsk in February 2013 at 40,000 miles per hour left scores of injuries and broken ...

Chelyabinsk Meteorite Monument Botched — Again, Scientists Say
The Moscow Times
A monument erected in Chelyabinsk to the meteorite that exploded over the region last year has suffered a series of blunders after its unveiling, the ...

Disappointed by last week's meteor shower? Veen Observatory in West Michigan has more to show
The Grand Rapids Press - MLive.com
GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Last week's meteor shower was a bust. Comet 209P/Linear didn't produce up to 400 meteors per hour, never mind that the ...

UFO's In Ontario? Flashes Over Orangeville
E Canada Now
Although most of the Meteor tracking equipment at the university was not in operation at the time since the phenomena occurred on a Sunday, there ...
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Canberra, Australia Fireball Meteor 13MAY2014 VIDEO!

Canberra, Australia Fireball Meteor 13MAY2014 - Video!
video
Canberra, Australia Fireball Meteor 13MAY2014
Video Capture Credit - Brad Sommerauer

Meteor Report-
13MAY2014 Brad S Canberra, Australia 0:25:00 3 Fell downwards looking SSW - approx -10 Mag Possible at end Caught on camera

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Japan Meteor 27MAY2014 -2014年5月27日21時17分19秒和歌山-大阪湾の火球

Japan Meteor 27MAY2014 -2014年5月27日21時17分19秒和歌山-大阪湾の火球
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Japan Meteor 27MAY2014 -2014年5月27日21時17分19秒和歌山-大阪湾の火球
Image Credit- Shimoda
It is a fireball that there are many witnesses, has become a hot topic.
Those who have been taken, I am glad when you can up the image.
多くの目撃者があり、話題になっている火球です。
撮影されている方は、画像をアップしていただけると嬉しいです。
火球掲示板 http://bbs7.sekkaku.net/bbs/?id=jnbbs&mode=res&log=1694
産経ニュース http://sankei.jp.msn.com/science/news/140528/scn14052818490005-n1.htm
岡山理科大TENGEN http://www.das.ous.ac.jp/iyono/blogn/index.php?e=268

SonotaCo Meteor Rorum for all details-
http://sonotaco.jp/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3280&sid=ee2103178e534c4adc78708d9cc7cc85

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Japan Meteor 24MAY2014 - 2014年5月24日20:31:53JST出現の3回、小爆発した火球

Japan Meteor 24MAY2014 - 2014年5月24日20:31:53JST出現の3回、小爆発した火球
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Japan Meteor 24MAY2014 - 2014年5月24日20:31:53JST出現の3回、小爆発した火球
Image Credit- Ueda - 上田昌良
Fireball of the title that had been witnessed in the way of fireball bulletin board was not reflected in the north-facing camera.
Because there is 10MB video, I've posted at the next.
火球掲示板の方で目撃されてました標題の火球が北向きカメラに写っていました。
動画は10MBありますので、次のところに掲載しました。
http://meteor.chicappa.jp/2014/TV_2014_05_ueda.html
SonotaCo Meteor Rorum for all details-
http://sonotaco.jp/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3279&sid=ee2103178e534c4adc78708d9cc7cc85

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30 May 2014

Mavimba, Tanzania Fireball Meteor 30MAY2014

Mavimba, Tanzania Fireball Meteor 30MAY2014

Seeking More Information!
Report your meteor sightings please
-http://lunarmeteoritehunters.blogspot.jp/2000/11/meteor-fireball-report-form.html

Please help get the word about this event so that we might recover security camera video or cell phone captures; spread the word about this website via Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Reddit, GLP, SOTT and your favorite forums; contact your local news outlets; thank you!
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Initial Meteor Sighting Report-
30MAY2014 Zane Frost Mavimba, Tanzania, East Africa 06H15 20 secs We were facing North and it was travelling from East to West White tail against the blue sky. The front was orange like a fire but then became incredibly bright with a torquise colour. At first we thought it was a plane on fire but then realized that it was a meteor after it got so bright. Became as bright as the sun before going behind some clouds. Could not see anything I am happy to give more details such as GPS position etc over email.

All meteor sighting reports can be seen here
http://thelatestworldwidemeteorreports.blogspot.com/

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MBIQ Detects Texas Meteor 29MAY2014

MBIQ Detects Texas Meteor Approx. 2110 CST 29MAY2014
17 REPORTS!
METEORITES LIKELY PRODUCED!!!
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 Texas Meteor Approx. 2110 CST 29MAY2014
v2 c2014 LunarMeteoriteHunter / Google Earth
Seeking More Information And Videos!!!
Report your meteor sightings please
-http://lunarmeteoritehunters.blogspot.jp/2000/11/meteor-fireball-report-form.html

Please help get the word about this event so that we might recover security camera video or cell phone captures; spread the word about this website via Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Reddit, GLP, SOTT and your favorite forums; contact your local news outlets; thank you!
http://lunarmeteoritehunters.blogspot.com

Initial Meteor Sighting Report-
29MAY2014 Edward Joyce League City, TX 2110, CST 5 to 7 seconds First viewed in the 1100 position directly overhead. Traveled right to left (South). I was facing east. I saw a white object with a whitish, blue tail. There were scattered cumulus clouds that blocked the line is site for very brief periods. Bright as a car headlight. No fragmentation but there was a tail. I have viewed meteor showers on pitch black nights in the middle of the ocean. However, the brightness of this object was breathtaking.

29MAY2014 beatriz solis HOUSTON,TX USA 9pm 20 second East, left to right, i was facing east i saw a bright light, brighter than any other lights I've seen before it had a blue tail, it was breathtaking brighter than the moon no it was so fast i didn't had time to get my cell phone out of my jeans pocket

29MAY2014 Gerald Young Houston, TX USA 2110 2 1/2 secs N. to E., Left to Right, facing East slightly orange bright as a streetlght no fragmentation three friends saw it too

29MAY2014 CHRIS PASADENA, TEXAS, USA 2100 4-6 SECONDS WNW TOWARD EAST I WAS FACING EAST-ALMOST DIRECTLY OVERHEAD SLIGHTLY NORTH YELLOW/ORANGE LIKE A LIGHTER AT ARMS LENGTH NO MOVED SLOWER THAN AVERAGE METEOR

29MAY2014 kimberly warren, TX est. 2100, CST,pm 4-6 seconds US /me facing SSE.. started straight up in the sky, fell SSE , almost all the way to the distant treeline.. white with a blue ora and long long tail..not a fireball color at all.. brighter than a full moon, and about 1/4 - 1/3 the size. no fragments, but a long tail it was beautiful!

29MAY2014 Glenda Yarbrough Houston, Texas 8:50 pm Central 20-25 seconds West Bright white, then blue Bright as the moon, then bright blue No I was driving, therefore I was unable to capture this moment. However, it was simply amazing. My 8 year old daughter has something to talk about in school today.

MBIQ Data Set-
Houston, Texas arrived from google.com on "Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News: Breaking News- Houston, Texas / Lousiana Meteor with Fragmentation 7SEP2011" by searching for what was that meteor falling in houston tonight.

All 17 meteor sighting reports can be seen here-
http://thelatestworldwidemeteorreports.blogspot.com/

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The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News 30MAY2014

Victoria / NSW, Australia Fireball Meteor 28MAY2014

http://lunarmeteoritehunters.blogspot.jp/2014/05/victoria-australia-fireball-meteor.html
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Amazing radar images of 209P/LINEAR, the comet behind last week's meteorshower
Astro Bob
Recently, dust boiled off the comet birthed a brand new meteor shower called the Camelopardalids. While forecasts cautiously predicted up to 100 ...

Prof. R. M. Santilli Interviewed by French Scientists on the Danger for Earth of Antimatter Asteroids
DigitalJournal.com
However, if the blast was caused by a comet or meteor entering the Earth's atmosphere, it poses the serious possibility that in the future a similar ...

Meteor at Dusk-May 29th
blogspot.com
Meteor at Dusk-May 29th. Posted by Supertradmum. Here, today, I said a feeble prayer, almost afraid to ask for a sign, a small signature from God in ...

Strange boom, flashes of light reported in Orangeville
OurWindsor.ca
Was it a blown hydro transformer, a meteor flying through the atmosphere? It couldn't have been an UFO, could it? Whatever it was, few people seem ...

NEWS: Nunavut rock hounds dig for treasure on the tundraNunatsiaq News - 6 hours
Harry Iyerak is an avid hunter. As one of the few active Nunavummiut prospectors in the territory, his game is rocks and minerals — the ...

'They Came From Outer Space' exhibit now open at Challenger
Peoria Times
The exhibition is a look into the remarkable life and work of Geoff Notkin: author, explorer, science writer,meteorite specialist, photographer, and host ...

USAA sells first meteor strike 'cat bonds'
Financial Times
In addition to providing coverage for a meteor strike and the standalone risk of a volcanic eruption – two firsts for the insurance-linked industry – the ...

Central Victorians spot fireball in the sky
ABC Local
Central Victorian residents have been urged to check their CCTV or webcam footage following a largemeteorite fireball spotting near Daylesford and ...

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ALI,SP, Brasil Meteor 28MAY2014

ALI, SP, Brasil Meteor 02'00 UTC 28MAY2014
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ALI, SP, Brasil Meteor 02'00 UTC 28MAY2014
c 2014 Eduardo Placido Santiago‎ / BRAMON
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São José dos Campos, Brasil Meteor 12MAY2014

São José dos Campos, Brasil Meteor 12MAY2014

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Brasil Meteor 08'20 UTC 12MAY2014
This image is from São José dos Campos (Moutinho) using the camera VE (by edmond).
c 2014 Moutinho / BRAMON
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NASA "Flying Saucer" Test Flight - LDSD -- Final Hoped Destination MARS! -- TEST 02JUN2014

NASA "Flying Saucer" Test Flight - LDSD --  Final Hoped Destination .... MARS!

LDSD - NASA "Flying Saucer" Technology
Photo - NASA / JPL
NASA Sets Media Coverage for Saucer-Shaped Test Vehicle Flight in Hawaii
May 29, 2014
NASA's Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) project will fly a
rocket-powered, saucer-shaped test vehicle into near-space next week from the
U.S. Navy's Pacific Missile Range Facility in Kauai, Hawaii. Several events
are planned for reporters who would like to cover this unique space
technology engineering test flight.

On Monday, June 2, reporters who have previously received access clearance
from the U.S. Navy are invited to the Pacific Missile Range Facility (PMRF)
in Kauai to attend a news conference about the test. After the televised
briefing at 8 a.m. HST, reporters in attendance will be offered a
behind-the-scenes tour of the facility and LDSD operations. Reporters
planning to attend the Monday briefing must arrive at PMRF no later than 7
a.m. for escort onto the facility.

Journalists unable to attend can participate in the briefing via
teleconference and should contact David Steitz at david.steitz@nasa.gov
or 202-236-5829 for dial-in information.

Briefing panelists include:
-- U.S. Navy Capt. Bruce Hay, PMRF Commanding Officer
-- Mike Gazarik, Associate Administrator of the Space Technology Mission
Directorate at NASA Headquarters, Washington
--Mark Adler, LDSD Project Manager at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
in Pasadena, California
--Ian Clark, LDSD principal investigator at JPL

Gazarik will be available for live television interviews from midnight - 6
a.m. (6 a.m. - noon EDT) Monday. To reserve an interview time and get
satellite coordinates, media should contact David Steitz.

NASA has identified six potential dates for launch of the high-altitude
balloon carrying the LDSD experiment: June 3, 5, 7, 9, 11 and 13. Decisions
to attempt launch of the LDSD test will be made the day before each launch
opportunity date. NASA will issue launch advisories via the mission website,
media advisories and on Twitter at:

https://twitter.com/NASA_Technology
and
https://twitter.com/NASA

On launch attempt days, journalists are invited to PMRF to watch the liftoff
and flight of the balloon carrying the LDSD. The June 3 launch window extends
from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. HST.

After the balloon launch, reporters will be able to watch flight events as
they unfold on monitors at the LDSD media center located in the PMRF hanger.
Reporters must arrive each balloon launch attempt day no later than 7 a.m.
for escort onto the base. Journalists should follow the LDSD mission website
for daily launch window dates and times.

NASA's LDSD carries several onboard cameras. It is expected that video of
selected portions of the test, including the rocket-powered ascent, will be
downlinked and streamed live to several NASA websites. Reporters not
attending can watch the balloon launch and subsequent test on NASA TV, or on
the web at:
http://www.nasa.gov/nasatv

and
http://www.ustream.tv/nasajpl2

Live commentary is expected to begin at 7:45 a.m. HST (1:45 p.m. EDT). For
NASA TV streaming video, downlink and updated scheduling information, visit:
http://www.nasa.gov/nasatv

After the balloon reaches an altitude of 120,000 feet, the rocket-powered
test vehicle will be dropped. Seconds later, its motor will fire, carrying it
to 180,000 feet and as fast as Mach 4. LDSD carries several onboard cameras.
It is expected that video of selected portions, including the rocket-powered
ascent, will be downlinked live and streamed live to NASA TV and online.

More information about the LDSD space technology demonstration mission is
online at:
http://go.usa.gov/kzZQ

NASA's Space Technology Mission Directorate funds the LDSD mission, a
cooperative effort led by JPL. NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in
Huntsville, Alabama, manages LDSD within the Technology Demonstration Mission
Program Office. NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Wallops Island, Virginia,
is coordinating support with the Pacific Missile Range Facility and providing
the balloon systems for the LDSD test.

For more information about the Space Technology Mission Directorate, visit:
http://www.nasa.gov/spacetech

LDSD: We Brake for Mars (Part 1)
Posted on YouTube by NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory 191,532 views


LDSD: We Brake for Mars (Part 2)
Posted on YouTube by NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory 19,901 views

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29 May 2014

The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News 29MAY2014

Breaking News-Victoria, Australia Fireball Meteor 28MAY2014
Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News - Blogger
Initial Meteor Sighting Reports- 28MAY2014 j Wallace redesdale ,Victoria 2200 (approx) 5 n-nnw..travelling right to left large two winged fireball shape ...
Central Victorians spot fireball in the sky
ABC Local
Central Victorian residents have been urged to check their CCTV or webcam footage following a large meteorite fireball spotting near Daylesford and ...

BALLARAT, Victoria, Australia Fireball Meteor 25MAY2014 Likely Produced Meteorites!
Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News - Blogger
On Sunday the 25th May at 6:25pm (AEST) a large fireball meteor was seen blazing over the skies of Victoria. It was seen to break into several pieces, ...

Comet 4P/FAYE Closest Approach 29MAY2014
blogspot.com
May - Comet 4P/FAYE Closest Approach 29MAY2014 From Wikipedia- 4P/Faye (also known as Faye's Comet or Comet Faye) is a periodic ...

Chelyabinsk meteorite part of much bigger celestial bodySpaceDaily - 10 hours
File image. The Chelyabinsk meteorite that exploded on February 15, 2013, in the Chelyabinsk area was part of a bigger celestial body and ...

Gamma-Ray Flash Sets Astronomers All Atwitter
NBCNews.com
Any skywatchers whose hearts were set on a Camelopardalid meteor storm had their hopes dashed on Saturday morning: Most observers saw only a ...

Saskatchewan's extra-terrestrial treasure, four and a half-billion years in the making
National Post
At 52 kilograms, this is by far the largest known specimen of the Springwater pallasite — a rare type of meteorite. In 1931, Springwater samples were ...

24 May 2014 - Camelopardalids Meteor at Jebel Al Jais Mountain
Justin Ng
On the peak of Camelopardalids meteor shower, I went to Jebel Jais mountain, standing at approximately 1950m above sea level, which I believe is ...

NASA orbiter snaps huge meteorite crater on surface of moon
Daily Mail
NASA orbiter snaps huge meteorite crater on surface of moon. A NASA lunar orbiter has snapped these images of a 59-foot-wide meteor crater that ...

Close flyby of asteroid 2014 KH39 June 3 / Camelopardalid meteor shower
Astro Bob
Diagram showing the orbit of 2014 KH39. Yellow shows the portion of its orbit above the plane of Earth's orbit; blue is below the plane. You can see ...

Crazy for stargazing? Best places to see meteors and more this summer
Los Angeles Times
It wasn't just you. Almost everyone was disappointed last weekend when the Camelopardalid meteor showers failed to put on the promised dazzling ...

So What Happened With the Camelopardilid Meteors?
National Geographic
A bright Camelopardilid meteor streaks in front of the Milky Way band above Joshua Tree National Park, California. Photograph courtesy Gavin ...

Meteor shower a bust, but keep looking up
Beaver Dam Daily Citizen
Roxie Miller wrote on Facebook, “Well, I had the backyard full of lawn chairs, blankets, mittens and people, just no meteor shower. It was fun though, ...

'Ripleys' contacts Ohio man about meteor story
Norwalk Reflector - 51 minutes
Man who runs three Captain D’s restaurants says a meteorite hit his car Sunday.

Rose Center and Hayden Planetarium
BellaOnline - 3 hours
One of the world's leading planetariums, located in one of the world's premier museums in one of the world's great cities. It's the Hayden ...

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ALERT- Meteor Outbursts Pending!!!! - NEOs Close Approach to Earth May 2014 -ALERT ISSUED

ALERT- Meteor Outbursts Pending!!!! - 

NEOs Asteroids Close Approach to Earth May 2014
ALERT -Large Meteors, Fireballs and Bolides through 20MAY2014  25MAY2014  --- Some "Heavy Duty" activity expected!
Meteorite Falls Likely to Occur!!!
All Sky Cameras and Observers ready?!
We are currently entering Moon-blind phase for ground-based telescope observation and detection.
Updated 10MAY2014 to include through 25MAY2014 based on 1km or larger NEOs passing within our safety zone; expect debris to go undetected.
Initially issued 06MAY2014 - by LunarMeteoriteHunter...Tokyo, JAPAN

 Breaking News: Meteorite Falls Likely to Occur - Meteor Outbursts Pending!!!
Posted to YouTube by nemesis maturity 477 views

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Known NEOs for May 2014 with an LD of approximately equal-to or less-than 10 Lunar Distances-
2014 HL129 , 2014 HT46 , 2014 HO132 , 2014 HX164 ,
 2014 HB177 , 2014 HT178 , 2014 JD , 2014 JH15 ,
 2010 JO33 ,2014 JS2 2014 JR24 , 2014 JG55 
,2014 JW55 , 2014 KD , 2014 KF22 ,2014 KC45 , 
2014 KF46 ,

updated 28MAY2014
(2014 KF46) 2014-May-290.00411.613 m - 30 m26.517.08

updated 28MAY2014
(2014 KC45) 2014-May-280.00060.23.6 m - 7.9 m29.49.42

updated 25MAY2014
(2014 KF22) 2014-May-280.00692.714 m - 31 m26.410.68

updated 18MAY2014

(2014 KD) 2014-May-190.01997.735 m - 78 m24.49.67

updated 12MAY2014
(2014 JW55) 2014-May-130.01124.314 m - 31 m26.415.56

updated 11MAY2014
(2014 JG55) 2014-May-100.00070.33.9 m - 8.7 m29.210.46

updated 10MAY2014 - note by NASA after it already passed
(2014 JR24) 2014-May-070.00070.33.7 m - 8.3 m29.34.63

updated 09MAY2014
(2014 JS25) 2014-May-090.027110.513 m - 30 m26.57.95

RECENT CLOSE APPROACHES TO EARTH
AU = ~150 million kilometers
1 LD = Lunar Distance = ~384,000 kilometers
Object
Name
Close
Approach
Date
CA
Distance*
(AU)
CA
Distance*
(LD)
Estimated
Diameter**
H
(mag)
Relative
Velocity
(km/s)






(2014 HP132) 2014-May-010.046218.098 m - 220 m22.226.38
(2014 HL129) 2014-May-030.00200.85.7 m - 13 m28.36.37
(1997 YM9) 2014-May-030.184871.942 m - 94 m24.06.71
(2014 GY48) 2014-May-030.117145.6510 m - 1.1 km18.622.59
(2008 JV2) 2014-May-040.097838.131 m - 68 m24.710.25
387746 (2003 MH4) 2014-May-040.066225.7270 m - 590 m20.08.16
(2014 HT46) 2014-May-040.01786.913 m - 29 m26.65.19
(2014 HO132) 2014-May-050.00552.119 m - 42 m25.89.05


UPCOMING CLOSE APPROACHES TO EARTH
AU = ~150 million kilometers
1 LD = Lunar Distance = ~384,000 kilometers
Object
Name
Close
Approach
Date
CA
Distance*
(AU)
CA
Distance*
(LD)
Estimated
Diameter**
H
(mag)
Relative
Velocity
(km/s)
(2014 HX164) 2014-May-060.00291.19.5 m - 21 m27.27.92
(2014 HB177) 2014-May-060.00331.35.8 m - 13 m28.36.31
(2013 VN13) 2014-May-070.183871.540 m - 90 m24.111.24
(2014 HK4) 2014-May-070.080631.351 m - 110 m23.614.01
(2014 HE177) 2014-May-080.049219.117 m - 37 m26.05.95
365424 (2010 KX7) 2014-May-080.198477.2110 m - 250 m21.910.87
(2014 HT178) 2014-May-080.01525.913 m - 29 m26.614.51
(2014 GC45) 2014-May-080.185372.174 m - 170 m22.86.21
387816 (2004 FM17) 2014-May-090.135352.6350 m - 780 m19.49.27
(2014 JN2) 2014-May-090.068326.637 m - 83 m24.319.51
(2014 JD) 2014-May-090.01977.715 m - 35 m26.210.46
(2014 HA124) 2014-May-100.051720.113 m - 29 m26.57.03
(2008 TA1) 2014-May-130.149658.2480 m - 1.1 km18.714.57
(2013 WU44) 2014-May-150.162963.4180 m - 410 m20.811.24
342866 (2008 YU32) 2014-May-150.147657.5240 m - 540 m20.214.04
(2010 SO16) 2014-May-160.168665.6210 m - 470 m20.510.02
(2007 VE3) 2014-May-160.051820.264 m - 140 m23.118.02
(2014 JH15) 2014-May-170.02058.039 m - 87 m24.213.15
(2010 JO33) 2014-May-170.01034.027 m - 59 m25.08.19
(2007 VD12) 2014-May-170.160162.3270 m - 590 m20.013.11
(2014 HS124) 2014-May-180.104640.778 m - 170 m22.76.90
(2014 FP47) 2014-May-180.095837.392 m - 200 m22.35.63
(2014 HF184) 2014-May-190.076729.89.3 m - 21 m27.34.14
(2014 GD50) 2014-May-190.099038.5260 m - 580 m20.024.00
(2013 XS23) 2014-May-190.119446.515 m - 33 m26.35.83
225312 (1996 XB27) 2014-May-200.115044.8110 m - 240 m22.00.84
(2014 HT184) 2014-May-200.106541.4110 m - 230 m22.025.93
242708 (2005 UK1) 2014-May-200.094236.7670 m - 1.5 km18.019.57
(2011 JR13) 2014-May-210.050619.7320 m - 710 m19.627.19
21374 (1997 WS22) 2014-May-210.120947.1920 m - 2.1 km17.312.54
(2010 UQ7) 2014-May-210.129050.2270 m - 590 m20.020.63
(2014 FA44) 2014-May-230.037514.628 m - 63 m24.92.37
(2007 VK184) 2014-May-230.173067.3110 m - 240 m22.020.72
(2014 HR124) 2014-May-230.077130.067 m - 150 m23.011.24
(2000 TL1) 2014-May-230.166764.973 m - 160 m22.811.92
(2012 UX68) 2014-May-230.144556.240 m - 90 m24.112.40
(2013 WF108) 2014-May-230.029011.3270 m - 590 m20.018.42
188174 (2002 JC) 2014-May-240.125148.7880 m - 2.0 km17.423.95
(2014 HW177) 2014-May-250.179970.075 m - 170 m22.89.32
(2014 FN33) 2014-May-250.145556.6170 m - 370 m21.05.46
(2012 KF25) 2014-May-260.181970.823 m - 52 m25.310.60
(2014 HM2) 2014-May-270.102339.8100 m - 230 m22.06.63
(2014 GH35) 2014-May-270.139654.3130 m - 290 m21.610.45
(2014 JE15) 2014-May-280.105741.123 m - 51 m25.45.70
(2014 GD45) 2014-May-280.161162.7190 m - 420 m20.86.99
(2004 RK9) 2014-May-280.185172.0150 m - 340 m21.29.49
209P/LINEAR 2014-May-290.055521.6n/a0.016.97
(2013 RE6) 2014-May-310.167365.1140 m - 310 m21.47.90
(2010 JA) 2014-May-310.107441.811 m - 24 m27.06.12
(2003 YH111) 2014-May-310.107041.633 m - 75 m24.510.80
Source- NASA/JPLhttp://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/ca/

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2014 The Year of "CERTAIN Uncertainty" ™; Meteors, Asteroids, Comets, and MORE!!