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Asteroids

Browse and discover detailed information about 51 of the most interesting asteroids and dwarf planets. Objects are listed in order of decreasing brightness.

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Visibility from selected location  = visible to the naked eye
 = binocular, brighter than 10th magnitude
= current altitude ≥ 30°   = current altitude < 30°   = below the horizon
Location: Greenwich, United Kingdom [change]

Asteroid 2015 BN509

2015 BN509
R.A: 02h 58m 17s   Dec: +14° 39’ 41”
Magnitude 22.9 fading in Aries   object currently below the horizon

Dwarf Planet 2014 UZ224

2014 UZ224
R.A: 03h 11m 24s   Dec: -09° 47’ 10”
Magnitude 23.2 in Eridanus   object currently below the horizon

Asteroid 2012 VP113

2012 VP113
R.A: 03h 33m 10s   Dec: +03° 05’ 32”
Magnitude 23.3 in Taurus   object currently below the horizon

Asteroid 2004 VN112

2004 VN112
R.A: 03h 08m 16s   Dec: +08° 23’ 46”
Magnitude 23.3 in Cetus   object currently below the horizon

Asteroid 2016 WF9

2016 WF9
R.A: 11h 53m 31s   Dec: +23° 18’ 42”
Magnitude 23.4 fading in Leo   current altitude greater than 30 degrees above the horizon

Asteroid 2014 FE72

2014 FE72
R.A: 12h 14m 17s   Dec: -14° 18’ 11”
Magnitude 24.1 in Corvus   current altitude less than 30 degrees above the horizon

Asteroid 2014 SR349

2014 SR349
R.A: 22h 34m 49s   Dec: -26° 45’ 59”
Magnitude 24.2 brightening in Pisces   object currently below the horizon

Asteroid 2013 FT28

2013 FT28
R.A: 12h 57m 23s   Dec: -12° 28’ 58”
Magnitude 24.4 in Virgo   current altitude less than 30 degrees above the horizon

Asteroid 2013 RF98

2013 RF98
R.A: 02h 50m 48s   Dec: +01° 18’ 51”
Magnitude 24.5 in Cetus   object currently below the horizon

Asteroid 2014 MU69

2014 MU69
R.A: 23h 24m 48s   Dec: -10° 46’ 53”
Magnitude 25.1 in Aquarius   object currently below the horizon

Asteroid 2010 GB174

2010 GB174
R.A: 12h 57m 06s   Dec: +14° 04’ 15”
Magnitude 25.2 in Virgo   current altitude greater than 30 degrees above the horizon
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