Another simple image of asteroid (433) Eros, with a shorter focal length setting than yesterday: tonight it was only 90 mm 35-mm eq., 10 seconds at f/3.4, with Rho and even Alpha Leonis also in the frame (the arrow marks the asteroid next to two 7.7 and 7.9 mag. stars). Shows that practically every compact camera should *also* be able to follow Eros through its perigee; has good finder charts.