Visibility I / V
Asteroid 385 Ilmatar is moving in the constellation of Pisces at this time. The location is a little down from theta Piscium. I noticed it in a few clear evenings in November, when, of course, the moonlight caused harm.
As a Finn, I also wanted some pictures of it. The target is named after a Finnish asteroid with a diameter of about 100 km and was discovered in 1894.
The camera was my Sky-Watcher tube with a diameter of 254 mm and a focal length of 1200 mm (f / 4.7) in Focus.
From the picture, it is easier to identify the Air Force with the help of the Astrometry map application. The subject is dim. My estimate of brightness is about 12 to 13 mag.
1.12 conditions were favorable when the frost did not allow disturbance. The image in the attachment has been processed in Photoshop to improve resolution.