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Table 3:

Negative detections.

Asteroid
Date $\Delta t$ Exp $\Delta m$ D
    [h] [s] [mag] [km]
2007 KE1 2007-08-08/09 1.0 10 0.1 0.145
  2007-08-09/10 1.1 10 0.1  
2007 PD8 2007-09-04/05 0.8 15 0.2 0.092
2004 HZ 2007-04-12/13 0.3 30 0.1 0.106
2007 RH1 2007-09-05/06 0.5 10 0.15 0.090
  2007-09-06/07 0.5 10 0.15 0.090
2007 GY1 2007-04-15/16 0.5 15 0.1 0.030
2007 VH184 2007-11-16/17 0.5 10 0.15 0.124
  2007-11-17/18 0.5 10 0.15 0.124
2007 EK88 2007-03-27/28 0.7 20 0.15 0.149
2007 CQ5 2007-04-09/10 1.7 15 0.20 0.112
  2007-05-08/09 0.5 15 0.20  
2007 CO26 2007-03-16/17 1.5 10 0.15 0.156
  2007-03-18/19 1.5 30 0.1 0.156

Notes. $\Delta t$ is the time span covered by observations, Exp gives the time of a single exposure, $\Delta m$ is the recorded magnitude range, and D stands for the effective diameter.


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