Potential impactor shortlist: relatively large minor bodies with a short data arcs that were identified as PIs by HOI but are not considered PHOs.
|2005 RV24||0.020||Feb. 2374||20.60||28|
|2008 UV99||0.013||April 2332||20.03||1|
|2011 BU10||0.006||April 2920||21.30||18|
|2011 HH1||0.012||July 2923||21.7||13|
|2011 WC44||0.018||Feb. 2679||20.5||31|
|2013 AG76||0.013||Dec. 2638||20.3||24|
|2014 GL35||0.018||July 2556||20.6||23|
|2014 TW57||0.017||Sept. 2165||20.1||24|
|2014 WD365||0.017||Sept. 2735||19.7||5|
|2017 DQ36||0.013||Dec. 2131||19.3||29|
|2017 JE3||0.016||July 2741||21.9||23|
Notes. Along with their closest approaches (CA) in au, the month and year that their closest approaches occurred (tCA), their absolute magnitudes (H), and their data arc lengths in days (arc) are tabulated.
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