Allsky: My First Few Steps

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Allsky: My First Few Steps

Postby brenski » Wed Sep 16, 2020 1:40 pm

Recently bought an allsky setup, and after a few dodgy starts - hot-pixel prone camera etc, i'm steadily improving the quality of my captures.

Aug 12/13th 2020 AllSky
Equipment Used: Dell Optiplex 780 USFF Intel Dual Core E5800 3.20 GHz PC, running Sharpcap Pro. Zwo ASI120MC inside Allsky enclosure fixed to 45 degree 6" s/steel elbow, inserted into flagpole mount
https://youtu.be/98GRn6t0HXM


Aug 23/24, 2020
Zwo ASI190MC camera replaces Zwo ASI120MC from now on
https://youtu.be/VlqTHEQu6qM


Allsky Sep 6th/7th 2020 & Allsky Sep 12/13th, 2020
my 3rd and 4th attempts - lots of activity - ISS? and other satellites?
https://youtu.be/1y6nTTFnpSw
https://youtu.be/ZvPOnRsEjBg


Allsky Sep 14/15th, 2020
A very clear night - a few tweaks to the exposure/gain settings and lots more stars visible.
Some stuff to spot: ISS makes a couple of visits, as do a couple of other satellites, one night jet flight (red light briefly visible) and two bats.
https://youtu.be/t6ddpdtDLYU

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