This page at JPL he is referring to does just that. It lists every object that NASA is tracking as a possible impact object. It tells you all the
relevant data about each object, such as size, date of closest approach, and estimated distance from earth at that time. What exactly is it you want
them to tell us that they have not already done so?
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