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This table shows the brightest currently observable asteroids. Click on the name of the asteroid to get more details, including finder charts.

4 Vesta 6.6-14.2°Ophiuchus
1 Ceres 8.866.9°Leo
2 Pallas 8.844.0°Hydra
3 Juno 9.2-20.0°Cetus
6 Hebe 10.02.5°Orion
7 Iris 10.256.4°Leo
230 Athamantis 10.3-46.0°Pegasus
115 Thyra 10.3-53.0°Aquarius
88 Thisbe 10.3-37.1°Sagittarius
14 Irene 10.4-47.4°Sagittarius
27 Euterpe 10.5-62.7°Aquarius
29 Amphitrite 10.6-12.7°Scorpius
30 Urania 10.7-51.9°Pisces
10 Hygiea 10.7-46.6°Pisces
70 Panopaea 10.8-70.9°Piscis Austrinus
196 Philomela 10.9-65.2°Capricornus
148 Gallia 10.9-64.6°Aquarius
9 Metis 10.9-11.3°Ophiuchus
37 Fides 10.9-65.2°Aquarius
15 Eunomia 10.915.1°Libra

Never attempt to observe objects close to the sun without taking the proper precautions. In particular, never point optical instruments near the sun and look through them, or you risk permanent eye damage or blindness.