Adam AP Mach 1, Rob Miller TRI36L, Celestron 8" Edge HD Hyperion 17mm, Celestron 40mm Plossl, TMB 7mm & 9mm WO 66, Lunt LS60/B1200 PT, CG-5 Clone STF-8300m Pro Package, Honis-Modified Canon XS, Un-modded T1i, SSAG, TSOAG9, SX Lodestar
Lackawanna Astronomical Society
Quote: He also said 0.05" RMS should be possible.
Quote: In image sets when using 10-second autoguider exposures RMS is usually about 0.05 arc-secs on good nights. If you want a minimum RMS number to shoot for that is probably close to it. And it is obtainable without too much effort on a good mount with a good PEC curve and tracking rate modeling.
Quote:This is an image of PHD graph using Mach1 for the first time. Did yours look like this? PHD Graph Mach1GTO Peter