My backyard is decent views of the night sky, (comparable to an alright night at a place I normally travel too) except I can only view about 40% of the sky in a tetris T shape.
When I use auto star, I have to jump past a few alignment stars. Even if I am aligned, I'm not certain what is in the visual range. Going through the goto tour, I'm lucky to come across even 1 out of every 10 objects that is in this sliver of unblocked visibility
Is there an strategy to this type of situation via software, or goto settings? Some star simulator that can restrict sections of the sky? Say half the sky is blocked off, and get a list of objects that are visible for targeting?
Edited by rx0, 12 October 2019 - 09:57 AM.