Re: PemPro question
OK, thanks Ray. I would guess that somewhat longer exposures 2" would be
preferable than shorter say .5"...?
Another question...when I gather data, I try to shoot as high as possible
through as little atmosphere as possible. If I set the star declination
manually in the "settings summary window" will then the program see this as
the star declination? Calibration wizard runs at 0 dec and I wasn't sure if
changing it manually would set it properly after calibration...
Mike J. Shade: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike J. Shade Photography:
In War: Resolution
In Defeat: Defiance
In Victory: Magnanimity
In Peace: Goodwill
Sir Winston Churchill
Already, in the gathering dusk, a few of the stars are turning on their
Vega, the brightest one, is now dropping towards the west. Can it be half
a year since I watched her April rising in the east? Low in the southwest
Antares blinks a sad farwell to fall...
Leslie Peltier, Starlight Nights
International Dark Sky Association: <http://www.darksky.org/>
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Subject: RE: [ap-gto] PemPro question
Have a question about training a PEC curve on my 1600GTO.zenith.
Curious if I might have better data to bin 2x2 (1.26"/pixel)?Either would be okay, but the finer resolution (.63"/pixel) should provide
more accurate data for PEMPro to work with.
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camera. Unbinned image scale is .63"/pixel. I have always gathered databinned 1x, and have gathered date
near the zenith. Curious if I might have better data to bin 2x2(1.26"/pixel)?
location tends to run about 2",
sometimes a little worse, and sometimes a little better...lights.