There is an occultation of the star TYC 2411-00362-1 by asteroid Leukothea predicted for my location in Maryland tonight at 02:34:80 EST. I video record these and use SkySafari to generate the star field to match my telescope and video camera. I used to rely on Starry Night (I've got Pro 8) for these but have to remember to manually update the asteroid list before doing so as I typically grab the first 6000 asteroids while Starry Night only automatically gets a few hundred. And previous versions of Starry Night did not always do a really good job of placing the asteroid. But I had never had a problem with SkySafari.
But today SkySafari (on my Mac) is placing the asteroid several almost 7.5 arcminutes away from where it should be. What is interesting is that Starry Night is placing the asteroid very accurately and SkySafari for iOS 13 places it correctly.
The star is at RA: 05h 32m 09.03s, Dec: 34° 37' 32.4" (JNow); Sky Safari 6 Pro is saying it is placing
the asteroid at RA: 05h 32m 45.10s, Dec: 34° 37' 36.4", only about half an arcminute away (and this is too far), but it is being displayed much further away.
Usually the locations in the info pane are only fractions of an arcsecond away from the star's location, so this is unusual. Is there a way to force an update to the orbital elements? I've got an image that shows the display offset if that is of use.