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I looked despairingly at the cloudy sky and nevertheless decided to put the telescope outside to cool down, I also adjusted the tripod to the vatupass to wait until midnight. Around 23:30 I went outside and found that the sky had opened up to starry, placed the telescope on the stand and checked the collimation, and performed the focus.
I adjust the object's coordinates and other settings on my telescope and when I'm ready at h-moment 23:55 I press the start icon, after about 1.5 minutes of waiting I saw the star TYC 4709-578-1 covering asteroid 105 Artemis on the screen. The joy of success overwhelms the mind. A couple of minutes after the sighting, the clouds take over the sky again, once again luck is right for the weather. It's still dark, and the data is sent to the Seti Institute, and it's ready before going to bed.
Artemis has a diameter of about 119 km and orbits the Sun in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.