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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:

     PPVLDRW 100 1 [2014 Apr. 23.3 UT.   R.A. = 14 06.3, Decl. = -12 57, V = 21.0] Added Apr. 23.90 UT * [1 nighter]
     P10aW5Z  56 3 [2014 Apr. 23.3 UT.   R.A. = 12 30.6, Decl. = -09 10, V = 20.3] Updated Apr. 24.09 UT
     P10aW5W 100 1 [2014 Apr. 23.3 UT.   R.A. = 12 19.4, Decl. = -06 46, V = 20.2] Updated Apr. 24.01 UT *
     VH9F3D8  83 2 [2014 Apr. 23.4 UT.   R.A. = 15 09.3, Decl. = +23 12, V = 20.4] Added Apr. 23.50 UT [1 nighter]
     VH9F3D5  69 3 [2014 Apr. 23.4 UT.   R.A. = 15 21.8, Decl. = +22 53, V = 20.6] Added Apr. 23.50 UT [1 nighter]
     VH9F3B3  34 3 [2014 Apr. 23.4 UT.   R.A. = 15 48.9, Decl. = +23 05, V = 20.4] Updated Apr. 23.62 UT
     VH9F3B9  70 2 [2014 Apr. 23.4 UT.   R.A. = 15 37.4, Decl. = +23 44, V = 20.2] Added Apr. 23.50 UT [1 nighter]
     VH9F3CA  93 2 [2014 Apr. 23.4 UT.   R.A. = 15 30.9, Decl. = +21 55, V = 20.4] Added Apr. 23.50 UT [1 nighter]
     VH9F078  47 2 [2014 Apr. 23.3 UT.   R.A. = 13 22.8, Decl. = +06 23, V = 20.8] Updated Apr. 23.62 UT
     VH9F3AF  64 3 [2014 Apr. 23.4 UT.   R.A. = 15 39.2, Decl. = +24 58, V = 20.2] Added Apr. 23.50 UT [1 nighter]
     VH9F0DF  59 2 [2014 Apr. 23.3 UT.   R.A. = 13 31.2, Decl. = +04 40, V = 20.0] Updated Apr. 23.62 UT
     VH9F1D3  95 1 [2014 Apr. 23.3 UT.   R.A. = 13 23.1, Decl. = +04 48, V = 19.4] Updated Apr. 23.91 UT *
     VH9EE2F  70 2 [2014 Apr. 23.3 UT.   R.A. = 13 58.0, Decl. = +04 46, V = 20.7] Added Apr. 23.50 UT [1 nighter]
     VH9F3B5 100 1 [2014 Apr. 23.4 UT.   R.A. = 16 03.9, Decl. = +23 10, V = 20.8] Added Apr. 23.45 UT * [1 nighter]
     VH9F37B 100 1 [2014 Apr. 23.3 UT.   R.A. = 13 01.2, Decl. = +04 00, V = 20.3] Updated Apr. 24.06 UT *
     VH3ECE4  85 2 [2014 Apr. 23.3 UT.   R.A. = 16 30.5, Decl. = +33 24, V = 20.0] Added Apr. 23.40 UT [1 nighter]
     VH9F169 100 1 [2014 Apr. 23.3 UT.   R.A. = 13 09.6, Decl. = +04 19, V = 20.5] Updated Apr. 24.03 UT *
     VH9EDF9  97 2 [2014 Apr. 23.3 UT.   R.A. = 13 45.4, Decl. = +05 54, V = 20.5] Added Apr. 23.35 UT [1 nighter]
     VH9ED9D 100 1 [2014 Apr. 23.3 UT.   R.A. = 13 54.0, Decl. = +04 58, V = 21.5] Added Apr. 23.34 UT * [1 nighter]
     VH9EB0A 100 1 [2014 Apr. 23.2 UT.   R.A. = 13 32.9, Decl. = -10 24, V = 20.0] Updated Apr. 24.08 UT *
     VH9E9B7 100 1 [2014 Apr. 23.2 UT.   R.A. = 13 43.5, Decl. = -11 59, V = 19.8] Updated Apr. 23.98 UT *
     VH3E601  93 1 [2014 Apr. 22.4 UT.   R.A. = 15 09.4, Decl. = +21 26, V = 19.7] Updated Apr. 23.73 UT *
     VH3E5EA  98 1 [2014 Apr. 22.4 UT.   R.A. = 16 24.8, Decl. = +24 22, V = 20.0] Updated Apr. 23.83 UT
     VH9E870  77 1 [2014 Apr. 22.4 UT.   R.A. = 16 21.2, Decl. = +01 30, V = 20.4] Updated Apr. 24.10 UT
     VH9E6CE 100 2 [2014 Apr. 22.3 UT.   R.A. = 14 07.3, Decl. = -09 04, V = 21.0] Added Apr. 22.42 UT [1 nighter]
     VH3E29A  76 1 [2014 Apr. 22.3 UT.   R.A. = 15 21.7, Decl. = -08 19, V = 18.7] Updated Apr. 24.06 UT
     VH9DB57  66 2 [2014 Apr. 21.4 UT.   R.A. = 15 08.2, Decl. = +05 05, V = 20.2] Updated Apr. 22.53 UT
     VH9DAD4  48 3 [2014 Apr. 21.3 UT.   R.A. = 15 38.6, Decl. = +06 58, V = 20.4] Updated Apr. 22.53 UT
     VH9D68D  90 1 [2014 Apr. 21.3 UT.   R.A. = 13 42.4, Decl. = -13 07, V = 20.7] Updated Apr. 23.34 UT
     VH9D1D3  57 3 [2014 Apr. 21.2 UT.   R.A. = 13 35.2, Decl. = -12 15, V = 21.3] Updated Apr. 22.16 UT
     HG26A07  83 2 [2014 Apr. 21.2 UT.   R.A. = 14 00.4, Decl. = +04 18, V = 21.8] Added Apr. 21.47 UT * [1 nighter]
     VH3D038  90 1 [2014 Apr. 21.3 UT.   R.A. = 13 43.0, Decl. = +05 03, V = 19.3] Updated Apr. 23.73 UT
     VH9CF9C  92 1 [2014 Apr. 21.2 UT.   R.A. = 13 35.6, Decl. = -12 40, V = 21.3] Updated Apr. 23.28 UT *
     VH9C3FD 100 1 [2014 Apr. 20.3 UT.   R.A. = 02 36.3, Decl. = -15 45, V = 26.9] Updated Apr. 21.85 UT * [1 nighter]
     P10aTfY 100 1 [2014 Apr. 11.6 UT.   R.A. = 20 49.9, Decl. = +07 42, V = 20.9] Updated Apr. 20.50 UT
     P10aSVM  89 3 [2014 Apr. 10.4 UT.   R.A. = 13 13.2, Decl. = +37 01, V = 21.3] Updated Apr. 21.38 UT
     P10aSkN 100 2 [2014 Apr. 09.5 UT.   R.A. = 19 15.8, Decl. = +35 21, V = 21.4] Updated Apr. 10.49 UT
     P10aSkL 100 2 [2014 Apr. 09.5 UT.   R.A. = 13 51.9, Decl. = +40 40, V = 21.2] Updated Apr. 23.88 UT
    


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