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Best response of the year “ How’s the weather in Nepal these days?”, kinder and more humorous!
On Sat, Oct 16, 2021 at 14:11 Dale Ghent <daleg@...
How is the weather in Nepal these days? ;)
In NINA, a north latitude is positive and a west longitude is negative. You note a lat/long of "28.688/81.49" in your message, which would put you at a very picturesque yet pretty remote corner of Nepal, not perhaps a more likely location of southern California.
> On Oct 16, 2021, at 13:43, Bruce Donzanti <donza2735@...> wrote:
> Thanks Linwood.
> I went down your checklist of items and was testing during the day. It is still not slewing to the correct coordinates that I enter. Also, the Sky Atlas is showing the correct coordinates as expected but the transit time for an object is way off, still indicating the mount thinks it is elsewhere. It will return correctly to park 4. So, I am still at a loss what else to check. Lat/long (28.688/81.49) are correct; the "Do not sync" is off; in the AP ASCOM v2 driver v5.30.10 lat and long are correct. However, when I click Get Lat/Long from Mount, the Long direction flips from W to E.
> I am not sure what else to sync or check but I am obviously something very basic.