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nigelg

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  1. I use elastic bands.
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    Hi from Cambridgeshire

    Hi Jon, Not sure where in Cambridgeshire you are, but Peterborough-as.co.uk meet at 7.30pm. on the 1st. Thursday of the month at Sacrewell Farm Wansford. Nigel
  3. I found this web page helpful for choosing the filter for various targets https://www.prairieastronomyclub.org/filter-performance-comparisons-for-some-common-nebulae/ Nigel
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    mesu 200 -sgp and phd2

    Nigel
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    Tim Peak's Soyuz

    It's coming to Peterborough Cathedral. 11th. August until 5th. November
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    SGPro Flats sequencer

    Hi Ray, Here are the instructions from the Sitech Help file. Nigel
  7. If you are using Eqmod. Why not use a WiFi gamepad instead of the SW hand control? Nigel
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    Atik Horizon - Horizontal Banding

    Have you watched the youtube demo? Steve Chambers showed this on the video, you just need more subs to get rid of the lines. Nigel
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    Mesu200 PHD calibration

    I have the same results with my Mesu 200. Although the number of steps is 2 to 1 I accept the calibration. The guiding graph for a 6 hour cession @ 4 sec exposure Sunday night was +/- 0.25 pixel. I read in another thread that someone had the same problem with Eqmod, so it looks like it maybe a PHD2 problem Nigel
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    mesu 200

    Hi Harry, Not sure which files you need, the ASCOMCalls.txt and SitechDebug.txt files are in ProgramData/Sitech/SitechExe Nigel
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    Star Discovery Problem

    Hello Shaun I notice you are based in London, so you are close to the Meridian. Have you checked that you have the correct East/West settings. If you have an Android phone or tablet, there is a free app called Synscaninit. This will display the settings you need to input in the correct order. Hope this helps Nigel
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