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Table 4

Archived survey images on which the asteroid (78824) 2003 QS13 would have potentially been observed.

Image MJD Exp.(s) Telescope/instrument Datalink
961217104449a 50434.4477893518 40 NEAT-GEODSS-Maui <url-prefix>/g19961217/obsdata/
961217105739a 50434.4567013889 40 NEAT-GEODSS-Maui <url-prefix>/g19961217/obsdata/
961217110944a 50434.4650925926 40 NEAT-GEODSS-Maui <url-prefix>/g19961217/obsdata/
970111053115a 50459.2300347222 40 NEAT-GEODSS-Maui <url-prefix>/g19970111/obsdata/
970111054321a 50459.2384375000 40 NEAT-GEODSS-Maui <url-prefix>/g19970111/obsdata/
970111055852a 50459.2492129630 40 NEAT-GEODSS-Maui <url-prefix>/g19970111/obsdata/
980326100223a 50898.4183217593 20 NEAT-GEODSS-Maui <url-prefix>/g19980326/obsdata/
980326101659a 50898.4284606481 20 NEAT-GEODSS-Maui <url-prefix>/g19980326/obsdata/
980326101920a 50898.4300925926 20 NEAT-GEODSS-Maui <url-prefix>/g19980326/obsdata/
980326103127a 50898.4385069444 20 NEAT-GEODSS-Maui <url-prefix>/g19980326/obsdata/
980326103353a 50898.4401967593 20 NEAT-GEODSS-Maui <url-prefix>/g19980326/obsdata/
980326104827a 50898.4503125000 20 NEAT-GEODSS-Maui <url-prefix>/g19980326/obsdata/
980327100349a 50899.4193171296 20 NEAT-GEODSS-Maui <url-prefix>/g19980327/obsdata/
980428081456a 50931.3437037037 20 NEAT-GEODSS-Maui <url-prefix>/g19980428/obsdata/
980428084448a 50931.3644444444 20 NEAT-GEODSS-Maui <url-prefix>/g19980428/obsdata/
980428091458a 50931.3853935185 20 NEAT-GEODSS-Maui <url-prefix>/g19980428/obsdata/
980525060228a 50958.2517129630 20 NEAT-GEODSS-Maui <url-prefix>/g19980525/obsdata/
980525063130a 50958.2718750000 20 NEAT-GEODSS-Maui <url-prefix>/g19980525/obsdata/
980525070207a 50958.2931365741 20 NEAT-GEODSS-Maui <url-prefix>/g19980525/obsdata/

Notes. The limiting magnitude on these images is typically around 18 mag for 20 s and 19 mag for 30 s exposure times (Exp.) respectively, depending on sky conditions etc. The asteroid could not be detected on any of these images as the object was usually too faint (between 20 V-mag and 22 V-mag), with the exception of the date 1996 Dec 17, where the asteroid was at a predicted 19.3 V-mag. However, the asteroid was not found on those images either. MJD = JD-2400000.5 is the Modified Julia Date of the start of the exposure. The <url-prefix> is

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