Generally poor weather continued here during September, still, some work was done on 14 nights, but again few long runs on any particular object could be done.
2006 RZ is a relatively rare amateur NEO discovery, having been picked up at 18th mag by H. Michels from Herrenberg on Sep 4th. It was followed from early September through to the end of the month, passing about 5 lunar distances away in the first week of October having brightened to mag 14.
Some other interesting objects were followed, 2006 SU49 being posted as an impact risk at Torino scale 1 for a number of days before being removed after being found on old NEAT and Sloan archive images going back 5 years.
2006 SO198 was discovered by LONEOS on Sep 29 and was confirmed from Great Shefford while on the NEOCP. It was at the 'fast' end of it's uncertainty area, mag 18 and moving at about 3"/min, about 11' away from the prediction. Less than 4 days later it was to make a pass just outside the orbit of the moon. It was last seen the day before at 16th mag moving at 30"/min, but would have been 14th mag and moving at 800"/min at closest, but it would have been only visible from S. Africa-India and was not reported.