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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:

     gb00082  93 2 [2016 July 28.9 UT.   R.A. = 21 23.4, Decl. = +08 34, V = 19.9] Added July 29.46 UT * [1 nighter]
     P10w2MK  47 3 [2016 July 28.4 UT.   R.A. = 20 51.5, Decl. = +02 34, V = 20.8] Updated July 29.66 UT
     P10w2MG  64 2 [2016 July 28.4 UT.   R.A. = 20 28.7, Decl. = +04 03, V = 21.8] Updated July 29.61 UT
     P10w2MI  81 3 [2016 July 28.4 UT.   R.A. = 20 25.4, Decl. = +00 08, V = 21.0] Updated July 29.44 UT
     P10w2FC 100 1 [2016 July 28.3 UT.   R.A. = 16 46.8, Decl. = +05 28, V = 21.0] Updated July 29.44 UT *
     S066165  10 1 [2016 July 25.9 UT.   R.A. = 20 08.8, Decl. = -27 18, V = 18.9] Updated July 29.53 UT
     P10w2E9  90 2 [2016 July 22.5 UT.   R.A. = 01 35.0, Decl. = +30 44, V = 21.1] Updated July 28.79 UT
     P10w2yC 100 1 [2016 July 18.6 UT.   R.A. = 02 58.3, Decl. = -43 17, V = 19.4] Updated July 25.86 UT
     XNA1035  67 3 [2016 July 15.3 UT.   R.A. = 19 38.3, Decl. = -40 16, V = 19.9] Updated July 16.34 UT
     XNA09F8 100 1 [2016 July 15.2 UT.   R.A. = 19 02.5, Decl. = -17 23, V = 22.5] Updated July 16.38 UT *
     P10w0uV  68 1 [2016 July 14.5 UT.   R.A. = 23 50.7, Decl. = -03 04, V = 21.6] Updated July 29.44 UT
     P10vZOS 100 1 [2016 July 14.5 UT.   R.A. = 21 19.0, Decl. = +01 03, V = 21.3] Updated July 15.30 UT *
     P10vZOV 100 3 [2016 July 14.5 UT.   R.A. = 21 00.2, Decl. = -06 55, V = 21.3] Updated July 15.65 UT
     P10vYFZ 100 2 [2016 July 14.5 UT.   R.A. = 00 12.4, Decl. = -09 01, V = 20.7] Updated July 15.44 UT
     P10vY9r  10 3 [2016 July 14.4 UT.   R.A. = 17 49.4, Decl. = +37 23, V = 20.7] Updated July 29.44 UT
     P10vWkA 100 1 [2016 July 12.4 UT.   R.A. = 19 55.7, Decl. = -30 21, V = 21.1] Updated July 15.24 UT
     XN9CA68  95 1 [2016 July 12.3 UT.   R.A. = 05 52.1, Decl. = -40 09, V = 23.3] Updated July 13.45 UT *
     XN9B4F9 100 2 [2016 July 11.4 UT.   R.A. = 01 31.9, Decl. = +28 48, V = 21.6] Updated July 15.46 UT
     XN99CD1  90 1 [2016 July 10.3 UT.   R.A. = 20 08.8, Decl. = -10 28, V = 24.5] Updated July 11.30 UT *
     XN99028 100 1 [2016 July 09.2 UT.   R.A. = 07 15.2, Decl. = -48 06, V = 22.6] Updated July 9.44 UT * [1 nighter]
     P10vPaq 100 1 [2016 July 06.3 UT.   R.A. = 15 31.6, Decl. = -09 22, V = 22.4] Updated July 7.50 UT
     P10vOKx 100 1 [2016 July 06.3 UT.   R.A. = 18 34.4, Decl. = -02 22, V = 20.7] Updated July 9.19 UT *
     S510190 100 1 [2016 July 06.2 UT.   R.A. = 06 36.1, Decl. = +07 57, V = 28.7] Updated July 6.92 UT * [1 nighter]
     P10vOpC 100 2 [2016 July 05.3 UT.   R.A. = 16 09.6, Decl. = -15 13, V = 22.3] Updated July 6.21 UT
     P10vMAK 100 2 [2016 July 05.5 UT.   R.A. = 00 21.4, Decl. = -41 12, V = 20.8] Updated July 7.63 UT
     P10vI1y  64 3 [2016 June 29.4 UT.   R.A. = 16 23.8, Decl. = +00 07, V = 23.0] Updated July 1.52 UT
     XM93C96 100 1 [2016 June 16.3 UT.   R.A. = 15 43.1, Decl. = -24 45, V = 25.3] Updated June 16.51 UT * [1 nighter]
    


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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.