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    Page last updated on June 27.915 UTC.

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    Select object(s) from the current list of objects needing confirmation (NEO desirability score, discovery date, rough current position and magnitude given, as well as number of observations, arc, nominal H and number of days since it was last observed):

    All objects with V = to , with Decl. between ° and °, with an NEO desirability score of % to %

    or just the objects selected below:

      Temp Desig      Score      Discovery   R.A.     Decl.     V   Updated  Note     NObs     Arc    H    Not Seen/dys  
    P10vFqs  P10vFqs 080 80      2016 06 27.3   135.5229  15 30.1    116.1605  +26 10   28.0  22.0   A2457567.337158 Added June 27.84 UT       4    0.04   18.7    0.520 
    P10vFqo  P10vFqo 090 90      2016 06 27.3   133.0510  15 20.2    118.9746  +28 58   28.0  22.0   A2457567.336448 Added June 27.84 UT       3    0.02   20.1    0.522 
    P10vFqp  P10vFqp 092 92      2016 06 27.3   133.6434  15 22.6    114.6019  +24 36   28.3  21.7   A2457567.333475 Added June 27.83 UT       4    0.04   20.0    0.521 
    P10vFqu  P10vFqu 077 77      2016 06 27.3   139.1372  15 44.5    115.1845  +25 11   28.6  21.4   A2457567.332675 Added June 27.83 UT       4    0.04   18.9    0.516 
    P10vEyN  P10vEyN 076 76      2016 06 22.5   249.5813  23 06.3    121.9518  +31 57   29.4  20.6   U2457565.106039 Updated June 25.61 UT       9    2.87   17.0    2.462 
    P10vDQH  P10vDQH 080 80      2016 06 16.5   265.8404  00 11.4    090.3722  +00 22   29.1  20.9   U2457558.100932 Updated June 18.60 UT       16    1.87   17.9    9.455 
    XM93C96  XM93C96 100100      2016 06 16.3   141.3086  15 53.2    077.3248  -12 41   27.6  22.4   U2457556.009143 Updated June 16.51 UT       14    0.13   26.8   11.466 
    XL93C07  XL93C07 100100      2016 06 15.3   161.0608  17 12.2    094.3681  +04 22   28.6  21.4   U2457555.827191 Updated June 16.33 UT       7    0.96   19.1   11.606 
    The information in the table (including any PCCP objects) is available in a text file. The layout of this file matches the table layout exactly, except that the R.A. is converted to decimal hours and the Decl. to decimal degrees.


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    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.