2020-10-29T22:44:44 Solver Failed 2020-10-29T22:44:44 Solver was aborted, timed out, or failed, so no solution was found 2020-10-29T22:43:05 Starting Internal StellarSolver Astrometry.net based Engine with the 1-Default profile. . . 2020-10-29T22:43:05 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 2020-10-29T22:43:05 Image width: 1280 pixels, Downsampled Image width: 640 pixels; arcsec per pixel range: 1.52962 to 2.86807 2020-10-29T22:43:05 Scale range: 16.316 to 30.5928 arcmin wide 2020-10-29T22:43:05 Configuring StellarSolver 2020-10-29T22:43:05 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 2020-10-29T22:43:05 Stars Found after Filtering: 91 2020-10-29T22:43:05 Stars Found before Filtering: 91 2020-10-29T22:43:05 Starting Internal StellarSolver Sextractor with the 1-Default profile . . .
maxthebuilder wrote: Now everything works except for astrometry.net at http://127.0.0.1:8080 (ansvr) which is OK as long as the other solvers works.
Croz wrote: I really like the star size that you’ve added with SEP auto focus routine. This has been a problem for me in the past. It was selecting noise and not real stars. This has been working with the simulator but hasn’t been tested underneath real conditions.
Solving has been working for me. I had to tinker with some of the settings as Max had done above. I was used to the remote option taking time. I have my indexes on the raspberry but use the Kstar Windows client. Should I be changing the ANSVR address to the IP address of the rpi? There are a ton of options under solving. Maybe too many! My only complaint is, solving is almost too fast! I’m used to waiting and building suspense! This is no fun at all!