Derek Wong <dawong@...>
Method 1 suggests a star greater than +/- 4 hrs RA from thePerhaps Charles could comment, but I think what the manual should state
is that the best alignment stars should be 4-8 hr. RA from the pole,
preferably at declinations below 0. Arcturus is nearly opposite Polaris
(close to 12 hrs. away) and would take several iterations to work
Previously, Charles indicated that a new two star alignement would be
available which sounds very promising.
Would anyone volunteer any method to get a closer polar alignmentGet the polar alignement scope--it's the easiest way.
Also, check your orthogonality.