Thanks for your help. This last time was a quick go at calibration of PHD2, but it was near mars which is near the Meridian and Celestial equator atm.
Yes, I understand the difference between guiding and tracking. Apologies if I've mixed wording previously. I'd expect tracking to be better than what I think I'm seeing.
I used guiding assistant religiously with my other mount. On the times I've locked onto a star successfully with this one, I immediately used guiding assistant. I am assuming guiding also requires relatively good tracking, not perfect, but good. Maybe I'm wrong to assume this.
So my polar alignment is good.
My zero position is re-found and re-set.
With this, my tracking should be "good" right?
My next step will be to align to 1 star that I can.
I will then go back to the celestial equator and meridian area and try to calibrate guiding. I will then look at my PHD2 logs and upload them here to share.
This is my first telecope with such a long focal length and my first OAG as used an external guide scope previously. So my expectation for drift might be skewed. I did setup the focal length, pixel size for the new OAG and guide camera.
Thanks again for your help!
Edited by jase.wells, 06 December 2020 - 11:06 PM.