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Here’s my magnetic north gizmo .
Set it on the ground with the compass attached and place the tripod at those points.
On Apr 12, 2019, at 4:15 PM, Harry via Groups.Io <flykai1@...
Hi Brian, In reading your posts, I was wondering about your position that ExploreStars is using for
its position. Particularly your longitude. You say you are south of England. Depending on your location, you
may have an E (East) or W (West) longitude. You may be very close to the prime meridian, which separates
east from west. For me in America, a west longitude is prefaced by a minus (-) before the GPS longitude
coordinates in ExploreStars. If you are east, you would probably either drop the minus sign, or change it to
a plus sign +. I’m not sure which ExploreStars would need for east. Maybe double check your exact
location with another source other than what ExploreStars is indicating. Hope this helps.
Vero Beach, FL
Scopes: ES AR102, Meade ETX 90 EC (Deforked)
Mounts: ES iExos 100-PMC Eight, IPAD & Fire HD8, Oberwerk 5000 Tripod
Binos: Oberwerk 15x70, 8x40