The finder below was provided by Bill Hanna, and has the target and orientation labeled. Its field of view is approximately 17 x 11 arcmin.
The interactive map below shows our final prediction for the stellar occulation by (11351) Leucus on 2018 November 18 UT. The prediction is based on a Gaia DR2 position for the star and the v20181015204052c orbit estimate for Leucus. This orbit includes all astrometry up through October 2017.
Geocentric mid-time of the event is 02:09:01 UT. The time at San Antonio is 02:12:10 UT (20:12:10 local time). Star position is RA 20:42:49.1, Dec -07:11:42 (J2000), and its magnitude is 13.97. We will collect data for a total of 10 minutes centered on event time. Leucus is moving at 21 km/s with respect to the star and its diameter is estimated to be 45 km, so central chords are expected to last 2.1 seconds.
Below is a DSS image with a 40 x 40 arcmin field of view. The target and orientation are again labeled, as is the approximate field of view of the above finder.
Finally, we have a 1 x 1 deg finder from Rose Smith, where the orientation and approximate field of view of the QHY are indicated.
Coordinates of date for anyone that may need them are RA 20:43:49.5, Dec -07:07:35.