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Re: Listen Live Today at 4 pm CDT, 5 pm EDT #OpenGOTOLive

Timothy Myers
 

Thanks Jerry
--
Tim Myers

Telescopes:     Celestron 4SE, Celestron 8SE, SkyWatcher 100ED Pro
Mounts:           4-5 SE, 6-8SE, EXOS-2GT with PMC-Eight
Cameras:        ASI1600MC, Cooled
Tablets:           Asus Nexus 7, Amazon Fire 7
Laptop:           Lenovo


Re: Added album Polar alignment with a laser pointer #photo-notice

Harry
 

I would also be interested in such a device if it was compatible with the iExos 100.
--
Harry
Vero Beach, FL
Scopes: ES  ED80CF, ES AR102,  Meade ETX 90 EC (Deforked)
Mounts: ES iExos 100-PMC Eight, ExploreStars IPAD & Fire HD8
Nikon D600, D5500, MacOS, Starry Sky Stacker, Lightroom, Affinity Photo


Re: Using iEXOS-100 beyond 60˚N/S #iEXOS-100

Jerry Hubbell - Explore Scientific VP Engineering
 
Edited

On Tue, Aug 4, 2020 at 03:49 PM, Pavel wrote:
I have also thought about setting one leg of the tripod to the south and shortening it. It might be enough for visual observation. But would it be stable? And would it be usable for astrophotography? Any better ideas?
HI Pavel,

Yes, I responded to that discussion on CloudyNights. A 10 degree shift in angle with the north facing tripod leg is an effective strategy and will still result in a stable mount, but if you do that we always suggest that you provide some kind of anchor on the north leg in the ground to mitigate any chance of the mount toppling over. As long as the base of the tripod is level in the east/west direction it will work fine when tracking and aligning the mount. With an anchored north leg, you would probably be able to increase the altitude to an effective 80 degrees which should cover just about anyone wanting to use this mount.
 
--
Jerry Hubbell
Vice President of Engineering

Explore Scientific, LLC.
jrh at explorescientific.com

www.explorescientificusa.com
1010 S. 48th Street
Springdale, AR 72762
1-866-252-3811

Author: Scientific Astrophotography: How Amateurs Can Generate and Use Professional Imaging Data
             Remote Observatories for Amateur Astronomers: Using High-Powered Telescopes From Home


Mark Slade Remote Observatory (MSRO) IAU MPC W54 Equipment
Wilderness, VA
Mounts
: ES PMC-Eight G11 + Telescope Drive Master (TDM)
Scopes: ES 165 FPL-53 ED APO CF, ES 102 FCD100 ED APO CF
Cameras:  QHY174M-GPS + FW, QHY163C
Misc: 3-inch 0.7x Focal Reducer Field Flattener, Filters: Luminance,
Red, V-band Photometric, Diffuser, 200 lpmm Spectral Grating

Software: MaxIm DL 6, Cartes du Ciel, Astrometrica, AstroImageJ, AutoStakkert!


Using iEXOS-100 beyond 60˚N/S #iEXOS-100

Pavel
 

Hi,
I would like to ask if there is someone using the iEXOS-100 mount beyond 60˚ north/south. It is obvious to anyone who tried that the R.A. lock knob and the latitude adjustment knob crash together somewhere after 59 degrees.  The question has just been raised on CloudyNights as well and some modifications have been suggested to avoid the crash, but apparently the mount still cannot be effectively set to more than 65 degrees.

As an occasional visitor to Northern Europe (one of the last areas without light pollution around, but with latitudes between 60 and 70 degrees), I have also thought about setting one leg of the tripod to the south and shortening it. It might be enough for visual observation. But would it be stable? And would it be usable for astrophotography? Any better ideas?

Best regards,
Pavel


Re: Added album Polar alignment with a laser pointer #photo-notice

Jerry Hubbell - Explore Scientific VP Engineering
 

Hi Alberto,

Thanks for sharing your solution with the forum members. I am looking forward to your alignment results.
--
Jerry Hubbell
Vice President of Engineering

Explore Scientific, LLC.
jrh at explorescientific.com

www.explorescientificusa.com
1010 S. 48th Street
Springdale, AR 72762
1-866-252-3811

Author: Scientific Astrophotography: How Amateurs Can Generate and Use Professional Imaging Data
             Remote Observatories for Amateur Astronomers: Using High-Powered Telescopes From Home


Mark Slade Remote Observatory (MSRO) IAU MPC W54 Equipment
Wilderness, VA
Mounts
: ES PMC-Eight G11 + Telescope Drive Master (TDM)
Scopes: ES 165 FPL-53 ED APO CF, ES 102 FCD100 ED APO CF
Cameras:  QHY174M-GPS + FW, QHY163C
Misc: 3-inch 0.7x Focal Reducer Field Flattener, Filters: Luminance,
Red, V-band Photometric, Diffuser, 200 lpmm Spectral Grating

Software: MaxIm DL 6, Cartes du Ciel, Astrometrica, AstroImageJ, AutoStakkert!


locked Re: Raspberry Pi

Pavel
 

(Not sure anyone answered here)
Just use a serial terminal on your RPi commandline (screen, minicom or
similar) to enter the command to your USB/serial port.

Pavel

Hi Vince,

sorry, that was a little bit unclear written by me.

I used nc (netcat) via terminal and I could change to serial mode with
„ESX!“. But after this, the wifi connection is lost and I don’t know how
to switch back using the RPi4.

Regards, 
Mirko


Added album Polar alignment with a laser pointer #photo-notice

MAIN@ESPMC-Eight.groups.io Notification <MAIN@...>
 

Alberto Rivas Sendra added the album Polar alignment with a laser pointer: To avoid be looking through the mount hole, quite problematic for me due my health, I'm developing a laser pointer tool to fix and remove in order to align the mount to the polar star. At the moment is a proptotype but I would like to change plastic by aluminium pieces.


Re: Interesting Post on CloudyNights #ExploreScientific #CloudyNights

Tim Huseby
 

Jerry,

    Done, and BTW thanks for all your involvement in the forums and the you tube live events.

--
Tim
Las Vegas
Just starting in this Hobby, I have been doing wildlife and landscape photography. 
Mounts
Exos2-gt  PMC-8, Celestron Alt/Azimuth 

Scopes/Lenses:
Celestron SLT 130, Olympus 7-14,12-40,40-150 Pro and a Canon FD 500L

Cameras: 
Olymous om-d E-M1 Mkii,


Re: EXOS 2 / PMC-Eight not keeping track of tracking during slews #EXOS2

Luke
 

Hi,

Use / try  ASCOM 6.4

The 6.5 version is giving some inconsistent results.

Let us know if it fixes things



From: MAIN@ESPMC-Eight.groups.io <MAIN@ESPMC-Eight.groups.io> on behalf of Pete Armstrong <PeterArmstrong@...>
Sent: Tuesday, August 4, 2020 10:43:49 AM
To: MAIN@ESPMC-Eight.groups.io <MAIN@ESPMC-Eight.groups.io>
Subject: [ESPMC-Eight] EXOS 2 / PMC-Eight not keeping track of tracking during slews #EXOS2
 
Hello, My first time in this forum.
While getting set up with POTH connections to multiple apps (TheSky6, PHD 2, and SharpCap) I notice a strange behavior during even very short slews in both Dec and RA.
I assume that since the EXOS 2 has no encoders to report scope position, the polling must use stepper counts to report position.  When I do a short jog in either Dec or RA and then an opposite jog to return, the scope reports a substantial error in RA.  It is always an arc-minute or more to the East.  My thinking is that either the mount is not tracking during the slew, or the appropriate motor counts (slew plus tracking) are not accounted for.  This also occurs whenever I slew to another target and then back.  Fortunately, the manual guide tool (pulse guide) in PHD 2 doesn't exhibit this error, so it only happens for actual slew commands.

This can't have anything to do with mount gearing errors or backlash since there are no encoders to detect those.  I haven't yet verified this behavior with actual images, and so maybe it is just a mount reporting issue.

I am using the 9T_17a_EXOS2.eeprom firmware from the 2020-JUNE-08 FIRMWARE RELEASE, ASCOM Platform 6.5.0.3091, and ES_PMC8 Setup_20190107AnyCPU.exe driver.

Any Thoughts?

Thanks, Pete

--
Mounts:       ES PMC-Eight G11 - upgraded with OPWB on both RA and DEC
                     EXOS-2 GT PMC-EIGHT
Scopes:       Televue NP127IS with HSM20 and focuser boss II - Questar field model 3.5 - Takahashi FC76 classic MC Starbase Tokyo edition - Takahashi FOA60Q - Zeiss telementor - Lomo Astele 150mm
Cameras:     ZWO ASI071 PRO
                     ZWO ASI 290
Misc:            Televue 0.8 X  Focal Reducer - ZWO ASIAIR-PRO
Eyepieces:  Pentax - Masuyama - Televue - Takahashi - Vixen
Software:     Starry night PRO 8  - Nebulosity - Topaz studio - Sharp cap


EXOS 2 / PMC-Eight not keeping track of tracking during slews #EXOS2

Pete Armstrong <PeterArmstrong@...>
 

Hello, My first time in this forum.
While getting set up with POTH connections to multiple apps (TheSky6, PHD 2, and SharpCap) I notice a strange behavior during even very short slews in both Dec and RA.
I assume that since the EXOS 2 has no encoders to report scope position, the polling must use stepper counts to report position.  When I do a short jog in either Dec or RA and then an opposite jog to return, the scope reports a substantial error in RA.  It is always an arc-minute or more to the East.  My thinking is that either the mount is not tracking during the slew, or the appropriate motor counts (slew plus tracking) are not accounted for.  This also occurs whenever I slew to another target and then back.  Fortunately, the manual guide tool (pulse guide) in PHD 2 doesn't exhibit this error, so it only happens for actual slew commands.

This can't have anything to do with mount gearing errors or backlash since there are no encoders to detect those.  I haven't yet verified this behavior with actual images, and so maybe it is just a mount reporting issue.

I am using the 9T_17a_EXOS2.eeprom firmware from the 2020-JUNE-08 FIRMWARE RELEASE, ASCOM Platform 6.5.0.3091, and ES_PMC8 Setup_20190107AnyCPU.exe driver.

Any Thoughts?

Thanks, Pete


Re: Interesting Post on CloudyNights #ExploreScientific #CloudyNights

sshailendrasharma@...
 

Done ;-)


From: MAIN@ESPMC-Eight.groups.io <MAIN@ESPMC-Eight.groups.io> on behalf of Jerry Hubbell - Explore Scientific VP Engineering <jrh@...>
Sent: Tuesday, August 4, 2020 2:35:35 PM
To: MAIN@ESPMC-Eight.groups.io <MAIN@ESPMC-Eight.groups.io>
Subject: [ESPMC-Eight] Interesting Post on CloudyNights #ExploreScientific
 

[Edited Message Follows]
[Reason: Updated Link]

I ran across this post on CloudyNights about the standard discussion about "How can I get into Astrophotography for < $1500? "  
I thought I would share the link to it so that if you are interested, you could share your experience with the iEXOS 100 and EXOS 2 PMC-Eight mounts. 
It seems that our mounts always get left out of the conversation, and I am trying to get the word out if possible.

https://www.cloudynights.com/topic/721192-beginner-budget-stuff/#entry10390554

Thanks everyone! I very much appreciate it!
--
Jerry Hubbell
Vice President of Engineering

Explore Scientific, LLC.
jrh at explorescientific.com

www.explorescientificusa.com
1010 S. 48th Street
Springdale, AR 72762
1-866-252-3811

Author: Scientific Astrophotography: How Amateurs Can Generate and Use Professional Imaging Data
             Remote Observatories for Amateur Astronomers: Using High-Powered Telescopes From Home


Mark Slade Remote Observatory (MSRO) IAU MPC W54 Equipment
Wilderness, VA
Mounts
: ES PMC-Eight G11 + Telescope Drive Master (TDM)
Scopes: ES 165 FPL-53 ED APO CF, ES 102 FCD100 ED APO CF
Cameras:  QHY174M-GPS + FW, QHY163C
Misc: 3-inch 0.7x Focal Reducer Field Flattener, Filters: Luminance,
Red, V-band Photometric, Diffuser, 200 lpmm Spectral Grating

Software: MaxIm DL 6, Cartes du Ciel, Astrometrica, AstroImageJ, AutoStakkert!


Interesting Post on CloudyNights #ExploreScientific #CloudyNights

Jerry Hubbell - Explore Scientific VP Engineering
 
Edited

I ran across this post on CloudyNights about the standard discussion about "How can I get into Astrophotography for < $1500? "  
I thought I would share the link to it so that if you are interested, you could share your experience with the iEXOS 100 and EXOS 2 PMC-Eight mounts. 
It seems that our mounts always get left out of the conversation, and I am trying to get the word out if possible.

https://www.cloudynights.com/topic/721192-beginner-budget-stuff/#entry10390554

Thanks everyone! I very much appreciate it!
--
Jerry Hubbell
Vice President of Engineering

Explore Scientific, LLC.
jrh at explorescientific.com

www.explorescientificusa.com
1010 S. 48th Street
Springdale, AR 72762
1-866-252-3811

Author: Scientific Astrophotography: How Amateurs Can Generate and Use Professional Imaging Data
             Remote Observatories for Amateur Astronomers: Using High-Powered Telescopes From Home


Mark Slade Remote Observatory (MSRO) IAU MPC W54 Equipment
Wilderness, VA
Mounts
: ES PMC-Eight G11 + Telescope Drive Master (TDM)
Scopes: ES 165 FPL-53 ED APO CF, ES 102 FCD100 ED APO CF
Cameras:  QHY174M-GPS + FW, QHY163C
Misc: 3-inch 0.7x Focal Reducer Field Flattener, Filters: Luminance,
Red, V-band Photometric, Diffuser, 200 lpmm Spectral Grating

Software: MaxIm DL 6, Cartes du Ciel, Astrometrica, AstroImageJ, AutoStakkert!


Re: Listen Live Today at 4 pm CDT, 5 pm EDT #OpenGOTOLive

Jerry Hubbell - Explore Scientific VP Engineering
 

On Mon, Aug 3, 2020 at 11:16 PM, Timothy Myers wrote:
Trying to ping this back to the top of the list, never did get any details abouot the virtual star party except that it is Tuesday 8/4, I think.
Hi Timothy,

We are going to hold the first Explore Alliance Virtual Star Party tonight starting at 1930 PDT (2230 EDT, 2130 CDT). Tune in to our Facebook page or to our YouTube channel.

www.facebook.com/ExploreScientificUSA/
www.youtube.com/ExploreScientificOfficial/

If you would like to join in on future Explore Alliance Virtual Star Parties, contact Scott Roberts at s at explorescientific.com

 
Thanks
--
Jerry Hubbell
Vice President of Engineering

Explore Scientific, LLC.
jrh at explorescientific.com

www.explorescientificusa.com
1010 S. 48th Street
Springdale, AR 72762
1-866-252-3811

Author: Scientific Astrophotography: How Amateurs Can Generate and Use Professional Imaging Data
             Remote Observatories for Amateur Astronomers: Using High-Powered Telescopes From Home


Mark Slade Remote Observatory (MSRO) IAU MPC W54 Equipment
Wilderness, VA
Mounts
: ES PMC-Eight G11 + Telescope Drive Master (TDM)
Scopes: ES 165 FPL-53 ED APO CF, ES 102 FCD100 ED APO CF
Cameras:  QHY174M-GPS + FW, QHY163C
Misc: 3-inch 0.7x Focal Reducer Field Flattener, Filters: Luminance,
Red, V-band Photometric, Diffuser, 200 lpmm Spectral Grating

Software: MaxIm DL 6, Cartes du Ciel, Astrometrica, AstroImageJ, AutoStakkert!


Re: Astrophotography Done with the iEXOS-100, EXOS 2, and G11 Post your Pictures and Details! Lets Show What These Mounts Can Do. #G11 #astrophotography #iEXOS-100 #EXOS2

Dave Cherry
 

Hi Pantelis 

You have captured some good images for the short amount of time you have been doing this.
Well done.
One initial comment is that perhaps you should loose the st4 cable and use pulse guiding directly to the ascom driver via a poth hub instead.
Most don't use this cable any more as more accurate results can be achieved using pulse guiding

There will be plenty of posts about this on here so have a search.

Cheers
Dave


.

--
Scopes: Sky Watcher 200PDS, Skywatcher 72ED
Mount: Explore Scientific PMC8 EXO2
Cameras: ASI 294MCPRO Coooled, Altair guide cam + 50mm scope
Software: Sharpcap Pro ,PH2, Stelarium Startools


Re: Listen Live Today at 4 pm CDT, 5 pm EDT #OpenGOTOLive

Timothy Myers
 

Trying to ping this back to the top of the list, never did get any details abouot the virtual star party except that it is Tuesday 8/4, I think.
--
Tim Myers

Telescopes:     Celestron 4SE, Celestron 8SE, SkyWatcher 100ED Pro
Mounts:           4-5 SE, 6-8SE, EXOS-2GT with PMC-Eight
Cameras:        ASI1600MC, Cooled
Tablets:           Asus Nexus 7, Amazon Fire 7
Laptop:           Lenovo


Re: iEXOS-100 Guiding - Should I be worried about this? #iEXOS-100

Jerry Hubbell - Explore Scientific VP Engineering
 

On Mon, Aug 3, 2020 at 08:16 PM, Wade Prunty wrote:
The part about a rate off-set setting for correcting DEC and RA mount float, could that be an added feature that we, the user, could control ourselves through the PMC8 configuration manager? I'd really like to have that as an option, and to have full control over it.
HI Wade,'

No problem... The DEC offset rate setting would be set in the ASCOM driver and would be user controllable to set a constant rate offset to guide against. If you look in the MISC tab on the ASCOM driver you will find the setting for the RA axis.
 
--
Jerry Hubbell
Vice President of Engineering

Explore Scientific, LLC.
jrh at explorescientific.com

www.explorescientificusa.com
1010 S. 48th Street
Springdale, AR 72762
1-866-252-3811

Author: Scientific Astrophotography: How Amateurs Can Generate and Use Professional Imaging Data
             Remote Observatories for Amateur Astronomers: Using High-Powered Telescopes From Home


Mark Slade Remote Observatory (MSRO) IAU MPC W54 Equipment
Wilderness, VA
Mounts
: ES PMC-Eight G11 + Telescope Drive Master (TDM)
Scopes: ES 165 FPL-53 ED APO CF, ES 102 FCD100 ED APO CF
Cameras:  QHY174M-GPS + FW, QHY163C
Misc: 3-inch 0.7x Focal Reducer Field Flattener, Filters: Luminance,
Red, V-band Photometric, Diffuser, 200 lpmm Spectral Grating

Software: MaxIm DL 6, Cartes du Ciel, Astrometrica, AstroImageJ, AutoStakkert!


Re: iEXOS-100 Guiding - Should I be worried about this? #iEXOS-100

Wade Prunty
 

Jerry,

I just went backed and watched today's earlier stream where you talked about my guiding issue. I will try all of the tips you and others here on the forum have given. The part about a rate off-set setting for correcting DEC and RA mount float, could that be an added feature that we, the user, could control ourselves through the PMC8 configuration manager? I'd really like to have that as an option, and to have full control over it.

Also, thanks so much for the level of support you give here. I own a fairly expensive mount from another company and I can barely get them to respond to an email. This is extremely refreshing for a customer.

Thanks again,

Wade Prunty
Texas, USA


For Those Having Problems with ASCOM Clients Running On ASCOM Platform 6.5 #ExploreScientific #ASCOM

Jerry Hubbell - Explore Scientific VP Engineering
 

If you have upgraded your ASCOM Platform to version 6.5 and have subsequently had problems with an ASCOM Client program such as SGP or other, please read this thread on the ASCOMTalk Groups,io forum. I think it is open to the public to read so you do not have to join the group (I don't think), but you may want to join anyway.

https://ascomtalk.groups.io/g/Help/topic/problems_connecting_my/75883422?p=,,,20,0,0,0::recentpostdate%2Fsticky,,,20,2,0,75883422

There is some good information on how to turn on the ASCOM Tracing (log file) to further understand what might be happening with your client program. I would suggest that anything you may find out when using this tool should be forwarded to Peter Simpson, one of the developers of the platform. Peter is very easy to work with and welcomes any questions.
--
Jerry Hubbell
Vice President of Engineering

Explore Scientific, LLC.
jrh at explorescientific.com

www.explorescientificusa.com
1010 S. 48th Street
Springdale, AR 72762
1-866-252-3811

Author: Scientific Astrophotography: How Amateurs Can Generate and Use Professional Imaging Data
             Remote Observatories for Amateur Astronomers: Using High-Powered Telescopes From Home


Mark Slade Remote Observatory (MSRO) IAU MPC W54 Equipment
Wilderness, VA
Mounts
: ES PMC-Eight G11 + Telescope Drive Master (TDM)
Scopes: ES 165 FPL-53 ED APO CF, ES 102 FCD100 ED APO CF
Cameras:  QHY174M-GPS + FW, QHY163C
Misc: 3-inch 0.7x Focal Reducer Field Flattener, Filters: Luminance,
Red, V-band Photometric, Diffuser, 200 lpmm Spectral Grating

Software: MaxIm DL 6, Cartes du Ciel, Astrometrica, AstroImageJ, AutoStakkert!


Re: Polar finder scope query from a total beginner #polaralignment #iEXOS-100

brian skinner
 

Hi Adam, your set up is the same as mine. I have just, I think, mastered the Polar Scope, here is my modus operandi;

1. Remove camera to help ease of viewing through the PS

2. Make sure your mount is and stays level

3. You must Collimate the PS, its tricky and patience is required for sure, but if I managed it....

4. Adjust the mount so that it is pointing roughly towards Polaris/North

5. Using the latitude adjuster, adjust the PS such that that its reticle is at or around the same latitude as either Ursa Major OR Cass, depending on which is most visible/ convenient.

6. By eye, rotate the PS reticle in its mounting bracket until the constellation of your choice angularly aligns with the actual constellation. This takes a little time but obviously this needs to be as accurate as possible, again, if I can do it....

7. When 6 is achieved move the mount physically and gently, until you see Polaris in the PS.

8. Using the latitude adjuster and physically left to right mount adjustment, place Polaris in the little gap in the PS Polaris line. When that is achieved you have a good Polar Alignment, I am managing 3 minute exposures without major trailing.

9. Power up the mount, set up the WIFI and you are good to proceed to alignment.

Regarding finding your alignment stars you first need to ensure your camera is focused well, and certainly I would also recommend a red dot finder, I have one which fits the camera hot shew bracket. Don't forget, the longer your focal length, the narrower the field of view so, it is possible your alignment stars will be outside your live view image, a red dot finder will allow you to home in gently using the ES App UDLR buttons.

Hope this helps you, kind regards, Brian


--
Brian Skinner
iEXOS100
Canon 1300d dslr
Various lenses
ES Polar scope
Sequator image stacker
PIXR image editor


Re: UPDATED FIRMWARE NOW AVAILABLE #ExploreScientific #FIRMWARE

 

Good - Thanks!

On Mon, Aug 3, 2020, at 10:13, Jerry Hubbell - Explore Scientific VP Engineering wrote:
On Mon, Aug 3, 2020 at 09:50 AM, Robert Hoskin wrote:

Anyway, just wondering if there's an ETA on a follow-on firmware update, or whether this one is 'it' for the foreseeable?  
 
The current versions available for download are it for now. The firmware at this point is very stable. There are definitely new features that I want to add, but those are currently scheduled to be done during our new product development process. I plan on rolling any of those changes that would be applicable to PMC-Eight systems that are in the field now but there is currently no ETA.
 
--
Jerry Hubbell
Vice President of Engineering
Explore Scientific, LLC.
jrh at explorescientific.com

www.explorescientificusa.com
1010 S. 48th Street
Springdale, AR 72762
1-866-252-3811

Author: Scientific Astrophotography: How Amateurs Can Generate and Use Professional Imaging Data
             Remote Observatories for Amateur Astronomers: Using High-Powered Telescopes From Home


Mark Slade Remote Observatory (MSRO) IAU MPC W54 Equipment
Wilderness, VA
Mounts
: ES PMC-Eight G11 + Telescope Drive Master (TDM)
Scopes: ES 165 FPL-53 ED APO CF, ES 102 FCD100 ED APO CF
Cameras:  QHY174M-GPS + FW, QHY163C
Misc: 3-inch 0.7x Focal Reducer Field Flattener, Filters: Luminance,
Red, V-band Photometric, Diffuser, 200 lpmm Spectral Grating

Software: MaxIm DL 6, Cartes du Ciel, Astrometrica, AstroImageJ, AutoStakkert!


--
Mounts: ES PMC-8 EXOS2
Scopes: SV 102EDT, ZWO 60/280 Guide
Cameras:  Nikon D5300, Altair GPCAM2 290M
Software: ASCOM, CdC, AstroTortilla, BYN Pro, Sharpcap, PHD2
Computer:  Thinkpad x230, Win7Pro/64

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