Sets of Images to Track and Stack: http://astro.uchicago.edu/yerkes/outreach/observing/iasc/
If you want to try and track and stack single asteroid images and you would like to be able to do this yourself from the 30-80 images that Bob Holmes takes for each target, you can get the image sets at this link. Otherwise, you can just work from the IASC site with the stacked sets provided.
Speed and PA of Asteroids
Astrometrica has the Speed and PA for known asteroids. When you stack the images you can click on the ... in asteroid field and then write in the name of the asteroid in the form and hit the search icon. If the target is in the box, choose it and hit return. The Speed and PA automatically pops into the form and you can track the stacks on the asteroid. You can also restack the images at any time to go with different asteroids that might be in the field. Right click on one your stacks to see the re-stack option. If the target is unknown to Astrometrica then to to the MPC site.
1.) Go to the NEOCP at http://www.minorplanetcenter.org/iau/NEO/ToConfirm.html
and see if your object is listed, if so, check the box next to it and
click on "get ephemerides" -
make sure you use the speed value in arcseconds per minute (i.e."/min)
2.) If the object is not listed go to
Here is more of an illustration of how to use the Ephemeris Service Page.
The Minor Planet Center (MPC) has a page that will give you the Speed and PA and the expected positions of asteroids. Complete Form. http://www.cfa.harvard.edu/iau/MPEph/MPEph.html
Example: images that go with IASC 2-24-2010 sets are on the Yerkes site zipped into one big file. You will have the original single images that you can divide into thirds and stack in Astrometrica with the speed and PA below. Also see the link to find out the speed and PA for any asteroid now or in the past or future.
ARI 24 inch telescope Feb 24, 2010 speed and position angle data for the night these sets were taken.
2010 CD55 Speed 12.30 PA 235.0
2010 DU1 Speed 108.10 PA 264.8
2009 XR2 Speed .76 PA 80.1
2010 BH2 Speed 1.44 PA 24.3
But in the future, for speed and PA on different dates, use this site. Put in the target for any day into the future or past to get the speed and PA. Here is a screenshot of how to setup this page.
Another cool page is
NEO Earth Close Approaches http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/ca/