Very nice images! It looks like the M81/M82 image has been overprocessed introducing black rings around stellar objects. Otherwise well done!

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Out of sheer curiosity, why not simply revert the motion direction (to east if it was west and vice versa) and start from there? That way the mount will end up in the zero position after the third slew of the second polar alignment routine.

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Hi Åke,
I think that is a very personal question. People like the stuff they have if it works well, even if they purchased it on a whim. I started out with a ZWO camera and by now have bought several and they all work great according to my highly biased opinion. I also bought the ZWO EAF and have been using it on several telescopes. As a matter of fact, I bought several because I am so happy with it.

But I never used a Pegasus FocusCube so I cannot comment on that.

Do both focusers fit on your telescope? If yes then I don't think it will matter very much which one you buy.


Wouter

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Hi! More info would be welcome. First of all, which mount do you have? Secondly, can you provide debug logs? See in the top menu Individuals -> Error Reporting which should take you to

www.indilib.org/individuals/logs-howto.html

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Wouter van Reeven replied to the topic 'Current MacOS Build?' in the forum. 7 days ago

KStars still crashes when I click Settings -> Startup Wizard (as reported here www.indilib.org/forum/development/7950-k...3-5-0-osx.html#62459 ). Crash log attached.

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Not sure if this will work but you could try the GPS2IP app. I use it on my iPhone and that works. Never tried it on my iPad though. Search the forum for GPS2IP for instructions on how to set this up.


Wouter

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Wouter van Reeven replied to the topic 'Current MacOS Build?' in the forum. 2 weeks ago

I upgraded to Big Sur and tried the current stable KStars on it with the simulators. All seems to work fine but I didn't do a very exhaustive test.

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There is a CEM40 driver in the iOptron branch...

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Adding to what Jasem wrote: your best bet at the moment is to try and find a (possibly faint) star very close to the (-9', -13') offset of the object that you want to image. It is a difficult thing to do but you *can* specify the name of the target to add to the image names created by Ekos so you'll know what object you intended to image.

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