Christopher Vedeler L.Ac. <vedeler@...>
Having a mount system that is forgiving of polar alignment error,
non-orthaginal orientation and even atmospheric refraction just makes
things eaiser. The technology is out there, it is relativly cheap and
lesser mounts are doing it. Why not AP? After having worked with the
Atlas EQ-G and seeing what software could make mediocire hardware do, I
can't help imagine how powerful it would be to have top of the line
hardware under the same type of software control.