Vesta in Leo

If it stays clear for long enough, and I’m imaging in the right place – then tomorrow sometime I should be posting up an image of the asteroid Vesta which is passing the star Algieba in the constellation Leo right now.  Apparently it is only moving about 1 arcminute every couple of hours so I will need to try and get at least 4-hours on this one if possible.  I started at 9:50 p.m. and I’ll go on for as long as possible 🙂

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