Re: Last night tracking with Mach2
then when the mount tracks across the meridian I could take a few more minutes and set up another run for the object's movement into the west. Correct?
You can set up the model ahead of time, during twilight, and do it on both sides of the mount. I set up my model 2 hours before sunset using Ha filter on my camera with exposures of .03 seconds. I could easily capture stars down to mag4.5. I would not take up precious clear sky imaging time to establish a model at night.
From: Dean Jacobsen <deanjacobsen@...>
Sent: Fri, Jun 12, 2020 1:55 pm
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] Last night tracking with Mach2
Roland, you are doing this modeled tracking with the keypad application, right?
So if the path of my object will cause my scope to hit my pier a half an hour or an hour after the meridian, I could set up a modeled tracking run up to and maybe slightly past the meridian, then when the mount tracks across the meridian I could take a few more minutes and set up another run for the object's movement into the west. Correct?
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