On April 15th Ernesto Guido & Giovanni Sosteroo of Italy's Remanzacco Observatory remotely took control of the Global-Rent-A-Scope G9 telescope in Australia and went hunting for an outburst as highlighted in the GRAS Alerts section.
The image posted here is the result, with their target reaching an unfiltered magnitude of approximately 8.5! Here you can see their image in an animation showing a comparison with the archived DSS plate (R Filter - 1992)
This team based in Italy are extremely experienced GRAS drivers and have many discoveries and amazing images of comets, NEOs and novas in their galleries. They are well worth following on Twitter if you would like to give rare object chasing a go!
T_Pyxidis - Australia (MPC Code - E03) using G9 - RCOS 12.5" -
FL 1950 @ f/6.3