- Point Mapping Strategies for the Mobile Imager
Re: Point Mapping Strategies for the Mobile Imager
Konstantin von Poschinger
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I use the two line mapping cause we have always different setups. We are working with a AP3600 with normaly two telescopes mounted. But then other peoples came and put their Teleskopes also on the mount. A normal full sky mapping would take to long. Thats why I tested the two line mapping. Normally when a setup is not beeing changed every time you should better build and reuse a full sky mapping.
Yes the two lines are bracketing the declination of the objekt.
Konstantin v. Poschinger
Am 20.06.2020 um 16:40 schrieb Dean Jacobsen <deanjacobsen@...>:
On Mon, Jun 15, 2020 at 12:33 AM, Konstantin von Poschinger wrote:
I have done that with a two line mapping. Worked fine.
Konstantin, when you say "two line mapping", I am assuming those two lines are bracketing the declination of the object you are intending to image that night, correct?
I didn't get a response from anyone as to whether there is inherently anything wrong with doing a special abbreviated map focused on the single object to be imaged that night. However, it seems like [purely guesswork on my part] this is similar to what is being incorporated into the new keypad software.
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