Imaging over several nights

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Imaging over several nights

Postby martin_h » Mon Jan 23, 2012 8:31 pm

Someone asked me how I ilne up my scope to image the same target over several nights......this is my method -

I am observatory based so its a bit easier. Load an image from a previous session and take a good look at the stars for a group or pattern, then GOTO your target, take a quick image and compair it to the original for the patterns, overlay a reticule and move scope to line up stars......



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