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

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     P10aTna  17 2 [2014 Apr. 17.2 UT.   R.A. = 09 18.1, Decl. = -03 44, V = 18.9] Updated Apr. 18.91 UT
     P10aTfY 100 1 [2014 Apr. 11.6 UT.   R.A. = 20 35.8, Decl. = +07 48, V = 21.2] Added Apr. 11.78 UT [1 nighter]
     P10aTe8  98 2 [2014 Apr. 10.5 UT.   R.A. = 17 36.5, Decl. = +01 34, V = 21.6] Added Apr. 10.92 UT [1 nighter]
     P10aTdY 100 2 [2014 Apr. 10.5 UT.   R.A. = 17 54.7, Decl. = +08 37, V = 21.3] Added Apr. 10.91 UT [1 nighter]
     P10aTdy  90 3 [2014 Apr. 10.3 UT.   R.A. = 13 27.0, Decl. = +19 43, V = 20.8] Added Apr. 10.91 UT [1 nighter]
     P10aTcf  31 2 [2014 Apr. 10.3 UT.   R.A. = 13 21.0, Decl. = +20 18, V = 21.0] Updated Apr. 18.95 UT
     P10aSVM  89 3 [2014 Apr. 10.4 UT.   R.A. = 13 17.6, Decl. = +37 03, V = 21.1] Added Apr. 10.79 UT [1 nighter]
     P10aSVA  87 3 [2014 Apr. 10.4 UT.   R.A. = 13 40.2, Decl. = +13 19, V = 20.5] Added Apr. 10.79 UT [1 nighter]
     P10aSkU  92 3 [2014 Apr. 09.5 UT.   R.A. = 14 40.4, Decl. = +37 26, V = 21.4] Added Apr. 9.89 UT [1 nighter]
     P10aSkP 100 2 [2014 Apr. 09.5 UT.   R.A. = 18 30.2, Decl. = +35 23, V = 22.0] Added Apr. 9.88 UT [1 nighter]
     P10aSkN 100 2 [2014 Apr. 09.5 UT.   R.A. = 19 01.9, Decl. = +32 44, V = 21.5] Updated Apr. 10.49 UT
     P10aSkM 100 2 [2014 Apr. 09.5 UT.   R.A. = 14 53.9, Decl. = +49 37, V = 22.0] Added Apr. 9.88 UT [1 nighter]
     P10aSkL 100 2 [2014 Apr. 09.5 UT.   R.A. = 13 57.8, Decl. = +39 49, V = 21.5] Added Apr. 9.88 UT [1 nighter]
     P10aSka 100 2 [2014 Apr. 09.6 UT.   R.A. = 20 34.5, Decl. = +07 34, V = 21.8] Added Apr. 9.87 UT [1 nighter]
     P10aSk3  71 2 [2014 Apr. 09.6 UT.   R.A. = 20 37.0, Decl. = +07 51, V = 21.1] Updated Apr. 11.81 UT
     VG9BDB1 100 1 [2014 Apr. 09.3 UT.   R.A. = 13 30.6, Decl. = +14 09, V = 21.9] Added Apr. 9.50 UT * [1 nighter]
     VG9BF37 100 1 [2014 Apr. 09.4 UT.   R.A. = 14 00.5, Decl. = +39 25, V = 21.3] Updated Apr. 9.52 UT * [1 nighter]
    


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