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(10)Sung-Joon, Very nice images. The image at the center of the chip is very nice and for small objects the Mewlon 210 and reducer are a nice pairing. I agree
(3)Hi, I typically use Cartes du Ciel and connect it to the ASCOM driver for my EM-400. I can use CdC to synchronize the mount (align it) or I use APT with plate
(20)Those images are not the same size and do not appear to be subsequent exposures. I mean if they are you are in serious trouble there is so much drift :-) If
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(13)There are 3 images on the Grand Mesa Observatory facebook page as well as a review in the March Sky and Telescope magazine. Regards, Jim Miller From:
(4)I had a look at the drive circuit - https://orlygoingthirty.blogspot.sg/2017/06/takahashi-em-1s-ra-drive-analysis.html
(8)Why the long-obsolete CCDSoft? Software Bisque's newer TheSkyX Professional is a huge leap forward for controlling your mount, camera, guider, focuser, dome...
(5)Hello Inaki, Very impressive dark nebula region around the snake! Excellent work! best, Bernhard Hubl www.ccdguide.com http://www.ccdguide.com
(3)Hi - you may be lucky to find any images - when they first came out I bought both reducers with the intention of using them for imaging - the truth of the
(3)Gene, many thanks for your help on this issue. You had it nailed in the second paragraph. I think that qualifies as the "magic fix". For others in the group
(4)Thank You Pawel!
(15)Thanks Marc, you answered my question. Regards, Jim.
(5)Massimi?, If you rotate the camera does the pattern stay fixed in the image or does it move? What exposure length are you using for the example image? Regards
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