On Monday the 23rd of July, we finally got some clear skies.
A small rock (Asteroid, or whatever they call them these days) 2002 AM31, about 1,000 feet wide passed by the Earth that weekend at a distance of just over 3,000,000 miles. It was located in Perseus, and making its way towards Cassiopeia.
I failed to get an accurate position on the Sunday night, but managed to get my act together for the Monday. I thought it would be too faint to image by then, but its brightness was still above magnitude 15, so decided to give it a go anyway.
I was well surprised to capture it and made a montage of my CCD images.