NEO 2013 QR1 will make a close approach to Earth on August 25, 19:31 UT. The 215 meter diameter rock will come within 9 Earth - Moon distances. The Asteroid is moving at greater than 100"/ second, and is only brighter than magnitude 16 for a short while. The SSO scopes have the best view.
You will need to generate at topocentric ephemeris using the MPC and the scopes observatory codes (I'm doing this on my iPad, so you have to look at the 1999 CF9 post for links and codes). The NEO wil cross the FOV of T9 in 5 minutes, and it takes about 4-5 minutes for the scopes to slew to position, so you will need to account for that in your setup.