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It is possible that some of the objects listed here are comets, either recognised or currently unrecognised as such. If you detect cometary features in any of these objects, please report this fact either via e-mail to both firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com, or using the COM keyword in the observational header. We do not flag suspected comets on this page because we do not wish to influence observers.
You can now access ephemerides for the variant orbits used in the uncertainty plots from the pages listing the offsets from the nominal solutions.
You are reminded that a cross-reference of designations that have appeared here previously is available elsewhere.
If none of these objects are within the capabilities of your system, check out the Dates of Last Observation of NEOs not seen recently (in R.A. order), the list of bright recovery opportunities, or the Spaceguard Central Node's Priority List for alternate useful targets.