Slooh.com’s Canary Islands Observatory captured asteroid 433 Eros seeming to fly with Comet ISON on September 24th, 2013. This 2nd largest near-Earth asteroid — which has been visited by the NEAR probe — is traveling faster, along a different orbit.
Video credits: VideoFromSpace
Image credits: Slooh Space Observatory
Comet ISON and asteroid 433 Eros were also captured by Ian Musgrave using iTelescope T4. Click here to see the images.
— Comet ISON (@CometISONnews) September 24, 2013