Mark Hunter in the village of Woolpit in the U.K. captured this image with an 8-inch telescope. He wrote: “13 shots at various exposures from 30s – 2mins. Stacked in pixinsight, finished off in lightroom.”
Gary Marshall wrote: “Asteroid is the faint black streak moving from near bottom center towards top left.”
Steven Bellavia of Mattituck, New York captured this image of 2014 JO25. He also created a time-lapse video of the asteroid, which he posted on Flickr, but, sadly, I could not get it to show up on this page. You can see Steven’s video here. It’s from single 30-second shots, where this fast moving asteroid appears as a streak, entering from the right side of the frame.
Slooh.com ointed its telescopes at the Institute of Astrophysics of the Canary Islands toward the skies and captured 2014 JO25 as it whizzed by.
Bottom line: Photos of large asteroid 2014 JO25, which swept past Earth on April 19, 2017.