Re: GPS on a German Equatorial Mount

Roland Christen

In a message dated 6/17/2007 9:40:33 AM Central Daylight Time,
jeguthals@... writes:

What I do is take my Garmin GPS with me
when I go to a remote location, and use its longitude and latitude
data to enter into the AP computer
Unless you are going more than 350 miles from your home base, you really
don't need to change your Lat/Long settings. All it does is affect your horizon
limits and your overhead flipover point. It does not in any way affect your
tracking or GoTo.


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