Search among more than user manuals and view them online in. pdf The procedure is to use a crosshairs eyepiece at high magnification and keep a star perfectly centered by making manual corrections for 8 minutes.
Thereafter, the computer repeats the same corrections, somewhat smoothed out, at the correct interval. Jim imaged M16 with an SBIG st2000xm over two nights in near calm conditions (05mph). The image is a HaSIIHaOIII with seventeen 10 minute subs. The scope is a Search the history of over 335 billion web pages on the Internet. Search the history of over 335 billion web pages on the Internet.
Manual guiding was a tedious task. Hubble tells the story that he knew who was working the 100 incher just by the rhythm of the control relays clattering away, and in the dead of Winter feeling sorry for the person doing it. An exciting new guider camera has been announced by SBIG, the STV.
They call it a Digital Integrating Video Camera DESCRIPTION. This page intentionally left blank Practical Amateur Astronomy How to Use a Computerized Telescope Computerized telescopes have brought a revolution to amateur astronomy.