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    Select object(s) from the current list of objects needing confirmation (NEO prob, class, discovery date, rough current position and magnitude given):

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

    or just the objects selected below:

     S510185 100 1 [2016 July 01.2 UT.   R.A. = 20 37.2, Decl. = -14 44, V = 16.2] Updated July 1.31 UT * [1 nighter]
     P10vJpZ  46 3 [2016 June 30.4 UT.   R.A. = 21 29.1, Decl. = +09 28, V = 20.0] Updated July 1.03 UT
     P10vJek 100 2 [2016 June 29.2 UT.   R.A. = 15 01.4, Decl. = -10 23, V = 22.3] Added June 29.90 UT [1 nighter]
     P10vJbu  77 2 [2016 June 29.4 UT.   R.A. = 20 14.9, Decl. = -03 35, V = 19.9] Updated June 30.71 UT
     P10vJby  80 3 [2016 June 29.4 UT.   R.A. = 20 19.6, Decl. = -01 43, V = 20.4] Updated June 30.60 UT
     P10vJbt 100 2 [2016 June 29.4 UT.   R.A. = 17 02.5, Decl. = +09 17, V = 22.7] Added June 29.90 UT * [1 nighter]
     P10vJ3s  85 1 [2016 June 29.4 UT.   R.A. = 20 30.1, Decl. = -01 53, V = 20.1] Updated July 1.08 UT
     P10vIGO 100 3 [2016 June 29.3 UT.   R.A. = 15 25.4, Decl. = -27 42, V = 22.0] Added June 29.83 UT [1 nighter]
     P10vIGQ 100 3 [2016 June 29.3 UT.   R.A. = 15 48.8, Decl. = -26 40, V = 21.9] Added June 29.83 UT [1 nighter]
     P10vIGH 100 1 [2016 June 29.3 UT.   R.A. = 15 17.6, Decl. = -26 16, V = 21.6] Added June 29.83 UT [1 nighter]
     P10vIGI 100 2 [2016 June 29.3 UT.   R.A. = 15 40.2, Decl. = -27 09, V = 21.5] Added June 29.83 UT [1 nighter]
     P10vI7Y 100 3 [2016 June 29.5 UT.   R.A. = 22 52.8, Decl. = -38 42, V = 21.0] Added June 29.79 UT [1 nighter]
     P10vI1z 100 3 [2016 June 29.4 UT.   R.A. = 16 44.0, Decl. = +07 35, V = 22.5] Added June 29.78 UT [1 nighter]
     P10vI1A  75 3 [2016 June 29.4 UT.   R.A. = 16 48.6, Decl. = +06 46, V = 20.8] Updated June 30.71 UT
     P10vI1y  96 3 [2016 June 29.4 UT.   R.A. = 16 37.4, Decl. = +08 03, V = 22.5] Added June 29.78 UT [1 nighter]
     P10vI1u 100 2 [2016 June 29.3 UT.   R.A. = 16 18.2, Decl. = -04 11, V = 22.2] Updated June 30.62 UT
     P10vI1v 100 1 [2016 June 29.4 UT.   R.A. = 16 38.5, Decl. = +12 29, V = 21.9] Updated June 30.66 UT
     P10vHYS 100 1 [2016 June 29.3 UT.   R.A. = 16 40.4, Decl. = -02 44, V = 21.9] Added June 29.76 UT [1 nighter]
     P10vHDZ 100 2 [2016 June 29.3 UT.   R.A. = 14 21.3, Decl. = -12 07, V = 21.3] Updated June 30.66 UT
     P10vH3W 100 1 [2016 June 29.2 UT.   R.A. = 13 48.9, Decl. = -09 40, V = 21.2] Added June 29.44 UT * [1 nighter]
     P10vH3T 100 1 [2016 June 29.2 UT.   R.A. = 14 40.7, Decl. = -08 04, V = 21.9] Added June 29.43 UT [1 nighter]
     P10vGdq 100 1 [2016 June 28.3 UT.   R.A. = 15 25.2, Decl. = -14 25, V = 21.5] Updated June 30.29 UT
     P10vG0X 100 1 [2016 June 28.3 UT.   R.A. = 14 53.5, Decl. = -09 34, V = 22.0] Updated June 30.29 UT
     P10vFJf 100 1 [2016 June 28.4 UT.   R.A. = 16 13.9, Decl. = -09 51, V = 21.8] Updated June 30.29 UT
     P10vFqs  73 3 [2016 June 27.3 UT.   R.A. = 15 28.9, Decl. = +25 27, V = 22.0] Updated June 28.30 UT
     P10vFqu  70 3 [2016 June 27.3 UT.   R.A. = 15 43.2, Decl. = +24 44, V = 21.5] Updated June 29.64 UT
     XM93C96 100 1 [2016 June 16.3 UT.   R.A. = 15 45.0, Decl. = -15 25, V = 22.8] Updated June 16.51 UT * [1 nighter]
     XL93C07 100 1 [2016 June 15.3 UT.   R.A. = 17 08.8, Decl. = +03 31, V = 21.5] Updated June 16.33 UT
    


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