Does anyone know of a hardware+software solution that can save a record of where in the sky a Push-To telescope was pointing over the observation session? I'd love to sample the position at, say, 10Hz and then be able to seek through the movements later. I think it would help me (as a beginner) to be able to replay where I got stuck star hopping and also I think it would be fun to be able to fast-forward through past observing sessions.
Does an off-the-shelf option like Nexus II + SkySafari support something like this? If not, maybe I can pair the hardware with code I write myself? I've started digging into ASCOM and INDI, etc. but I'm having trouble finding examples of a use case like this (most common use cases seem to be more focused on updating position vs. reading position).
Thanks for any ideas/advice you can offer!