Brian, Will updated ephemerides be available, today? If so, where? Regards, Bill Brian Skiff wrote: > A small near-Earth asteroid will be coming very close in the >next 24 hours. The orbit just issued by the Minor Planet Center >shows a nominal miss distance of about 60,000 km (about 37,000 miles) >at around Mar 18.9 to 19.0 UT (i.e. about 24 hours from now). >The prediction is that it will be about mag. 10 for a couple hours only. >The daily motion at the time will be circa 20 deg per hour! >It will probably be un-findable using the ephemeris published at: > >http://cfa-www.harvard.edu/mpec/K04/K04F24.html Bill Ferris "Cosmic Voyage: The Online Resource for Amateur Astronomers" URL: http://www.cosmic-voyage.net -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.