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You'll need a good tracking mount, too. Image a portion of the sky you expect will contain an asteroid, preferably with a long exposure. Do it on consecutive nights and compare the two images. An asteroid will have moved between frames, and a fast moving asteroid will show up as a streak, while the stars remain round.

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