Well, (this is not an Ad) since I joined Slooh and watch my targets build on my screen I am now counting it as EAA. Guess What, 200+ EAA runs in the last month! While my C8/ES102 take a "winter nap", I've been happily setuping up runs watching them on a 50" HD TV (Or on a laptop). It's fun playing with scopes I'll never own. And it feels like what I do with my EAA setup (2 scopes on a AltAz/EQ Sirius, one sending files to a Sharpcap folder on my desk top, the other processing on the Laptop). At first I was worried that it would be too easy and I might not want to go back to using either my SLT or Sirius or LXD75's setups - but all its done it make me want to do more EAA.
I am pretty sure that my current setup + Slooh is my future in astronomy. I will still attend star parties for visual using my ES102 and the Sirius in AltAz mode, but EAA at home has re-kindled my desire to view & understand. So I can say with the addition of the Slooh scopes, my EAA is almost constant now:) because either at home, in the Canary Islands, or Chile - one of the places is going to have clear skies and EAA will be happening:))))
I've attached a sample from the 20" in the Canary Islands of NGC 6015 - to watch something like this develop on your screen is for me simple amazing stuff.
Edited by Jeff Lee, 14 February 2019 - 11:20 AM.