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  1. I've just managed to get hold of an AsiAir Pro. First impressions are just spot on. I had a little concern when it arrived as I wasn't sure if it would handle a USB hub. Much to my surprise it did! I connected the following to make sure ZWO178mm Main Camera at present ZWO120mm Mini Guide Scope ZWO EAF ZWO EFW Mini Filter Wheel SkyWatcher EQ 35 Pro via USD with Direct PC Connect option using the EQMount INDI driver Powered EQ Mount, EAR via AsiAir Pro All connected successfully. Will keep updating as I start to use
  2. Happy New Years Everyone, On December's Supermoon evening, December 3, 2017 at about 9:56pm, the seeing here in Southeastern Pennsylvania was excellent (4/5 - 5/5 Sky clock). I decided to turn my Meade LX50-10" SCT to the Ice Giant Planet Uranus. After doing quite a bit of research in imaging the 7th planet, I used an ASI120mm camera with a Baader 610nm Long Pass Filter. I choose not to use a Barlow since from historical experiences with Mars I find I obtain small but sharp results without one. I acquired 39minutes of video at a frame rate of 4 fps with a gain of 73 collecting 10,012 total frames. Using AS2 I stacked the best 3000 frames using a 1.5 drizzle then processed further using Registax 6 and PS5. My question is did I capture any details on the planet? Using WINJUPOS and Moon positions, I also show the orientation of the planet at the time of imaging. The colored image is just a combination of the Near IR610RGB inserted in place of the overexposed Uranus showing the moons. Just seeking anyone's ideas. Thank you so much for looking, All my best, Kevin
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