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The recent discoveries of small bodies in the outer solar system in the vicinity of the Kuiper belt are revolutionizing solar system formation concepts by providing critical dynamical and compositional clues to its earliest epochs. However, the rapidly accelerating discovery rate means that follow-up observations for orbit determination cannot keep up. We report here on an innovative test program to assess the potential of a small (2-m class) educational outreach telescope to engage in andoi:10.1017/s0074180900193313 fatcat:5pnakpidtzea3cvqex4mzb5vkq