I think somebody up there knew it was my Birthday today and kept a clear pocket of sky over the New Forest Observatory last night when the rest of the UK was under cloud cover.
Here are 9 x 5-minute subs taken on a single Sky 90 with a 1-minute gap between subs. The asteroid was moving in the constellation Canes Venatici and the bright star in the centre is SAO 63515 for reference.
I have a whole bunch of subs taken on the two 200mm lenses from last night and haven’t even had a chance to look at them yet. More goodies to come.