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Pitiss

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  1. I checked every photo and found one blurry a bit I think a cat touched it when I was away. Thank for every respond. Clear skies.
  2. Yes I select Star pattern + rotation
  3. When I stack with AstroArt 7 demo I get weird stars but I am sure I focused good. Why is that and how can I solve it?
  4. Thank you for all the responses I sent my mount to someone who mastered at astrophotpgraphy and he adjusted the backlash and I'm good now. Clear skies.
  5. I have recently bought a Orion Starshoot Autoguider. I downloaded phd 2, eqmod and ascom stuff. After a small research I found out my mount (exos 2 gt) doesn't support computer acces without firmware upgrade and fancy cables but I have the st4 port so it shouldn't be a problem. In phd I choose camera as Starshoot Autoguider and mount On-Camera. Aux mount and AO are both none. My wiring is one cable to pc from camera and another to st4 port from camera. When I started looping I selected the star with no problem. I choosed the one star alignment option from my hand controller and after centering the Archturus in the middle of view I pressed ok and it was successfull. I started guiding and after a while I get the error: RA calibration failed star didn't move enough.
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