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We will need very up to date positions for the asteroid if we attempt to go for it as it will move pretty fast. The last one was broadcast live (after midnight) on the internet and telescopes had to be constantly nudged to keep up with it.
I will check and see if it is being broadcast anywhere live and get back to you, you never know we might get a clear sky on Wednesday