12-inch LX200 operating at f3.8
Apogee Alta F4000 CCD camera
Stack of 10, 2.5second exposures using Tycho-Tracker
From discovery at 20th magnitude until it was last observed, this minor planet was only visible for 21 hours. I happened to check the NEO Confirmation Page and noticed it was bright enough for me to capture with my system, although moving at 5"/sec, it was a challenge to keep it in the field-of-view. The exposure had to be kept short to keep it from trailing between images
It was at 0.4 lunar distances and around magnitude 17 at mid-exposure.