|Designat.||NEAT name & Image||Disc. with NEAT/||Date||Vel. (deg/day)||Mag.||Size in km (miles)||Orbit Visual.||Comment*|
|2001 GS2||NE2XE1||MSSS||14 Apr||2.0||18||0.4. (0.25)||orbit||Amor|
|P/2001 H5||NHLMSNC||Palomar||24 Apr||0.1||17||orbit||Comet-- IAUC 7613-- with a 15-year period that takes it from the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter to beyond Saturn|
|2001 HG31||NHN4GG||MSSS||24 Apr||0.3||19||3.0 (1.8)||orbit||Amor-large|
*Amors, Apollos, and Atens are the three categories of Near-Earth asteroids (NEAs). Amor asteroids approach the Earth's orbit from the outside, Apollo asteroids cross the Earth's orbit, and Aten asteroids approach the Earth's orbit from the inside. Potentially Hazardous asteroids (PHAs) are larger than ~200 m (0.1 mile) and approach close enough to present a potential hazard but not a current hazard.