NEOCC system is under maintenance, some services may not be available

Log of system status/functionality changes

2019-10-14 – Hardware failure in the Orbit Determination System
Due to a hardware failure in the Orbit Determination System identified after the maintenance performed some days ago, some parts of our portal are not available nor updated. These include at least: the close approaches information for specific objects, the generation of ephemerides, and some of the "download as text/CSV/Excel" buttons across the portal.
2019-10-11 – Maintenance of the OD system during the weekend
Some services will be unavailable from Friday afternoon until 10:00 on Monday (all times UTC). These include at least: the close approaches information for specific objects, the generation of ephemerides, and some of the "download as text/CSV/Excel" buttons across the portal.
2019-10-10 – Creation of automated data access page
New page with documentation on how to access part of the information in the portal in text-only format (instead of HTML) using automated processes has been released. The page can be accessed in the "Additional Information" submenu.
2019-10-03 – Processing of the last MPC monthly update
The system is processing the MPC monthly update dated August 27. While the processing is taking place, the available data are limited to the full moon of August.
2019-07-19 – Yarkovsky effect detection and updated impact hazard assessment for (410777) 2009 FD
New observations obtained during the 2019 apparition by various observers, including our own team with ESA's OGS telescope, allowed for a better determination of the orbit of (410777) including the Yarkovsky effect over its orbit. This improved orbit solution was taken to recompute the future impact possibilities: the chance of a collision in 2185 could be completely ruled out, while only a very low probability of an impact in year 2190 remains.
2019-07-17 – Removal of the threat of 2006 QV89 for September 2019
The virtual impactor for 2006 QV89 in September of this year has been manually excluded after negative observations taken from ESO's VLT. That solution has consequently been removed from the risk list. The object itself remains in the list, with the most relevant virtual impactor among the remaining ones being in September 2023.
2019-07-12 – Inclusion of the ephemerides generation service
A new service to generate the ephemerides of any asteroid in the database within a given time interval has been released. The service can be accessed in the "Ephemerides" tab page of any asteroid page.
2019-07-12 – Change of reference albedo for diameter estimations
The reference albedo to estimate asteroid diameters has been changed from 0.10 to 0.14 in agreement with IAWN agreements.