Posted 14 December 2021 - 01:06 AM
I suspect the default location that it is selecting is that of Celestrons HQ! I think it is taking the time from your local computer settings, but not finding location.
1. Make sure that in Windows (Internet) location services is on.
2. Make sure that you are connected to the Internet.
3. Ensure that a VPN is not causing problems.
As regards VPN, I have found that Norton VPN has recently played havoc within my household. For example, I have an electric fire that I can turn on/off remotely from my mobile phone. However, if I am using a VPN, then remote control doesn't work (as presumably it doesn't recognise my phone). My 5Ghz MESH WiFi extenders at home work fine, but if Norton VPN is operative, the APP used for diagnostics then won't find the devices (as they are hidden behind the VPN). To check stuff (like signal strength), I have to briefly turn off VPN to use the APP. Like <battery savers> and other good ideas, VPN can cause unforseen impacts if devices used for remotely controlling things cannot be recognised. It wouldn't surprise me if there are impacts on location services.