As you probably know, Kstars will do mosaic imaging as a component of the scheduler.
Microsoft ICE or PixInsight will let you stitch these images together. There are likely many other packages that do this as well, but I have no experience with them.
Well it's there and the image is sharp. NGC 7000 is so large, a mosaic of multiple frames might get you the larger picture, so to speak (I haven't tried mosaics in a long time). A narrow band filter might let you get some more of the nebulosity. I'd move my focus to the wall (below your image in your overcast image) to begin with to see if you can get some detail out of that area.
This nebula is one I"m also working on at the moment. e.g. sciencedowneast.no-ip.ca/zenphoto/index....y-18-EXPTIME_300.jpg
This image was created using a (rather expensive) Triad Ultra Quad Narrow Band Filter so the nebulosity is more pronounced.
It would be interesting to see if you can tease something out of the "wall" area.
Thank you! That solved it.
Using the new ekosdebugger facility, I have captured the result of running indi-gpsd. The USB gps works fine under gpsmon, but won't load with the latest build on Ubuntu 20.04 with an Odroid-N2.
Were you using the Scheduler or the CCD image sequence?
In the scheduler there is an option to reschedule errors. I haven't tried this option, but if I have interpreted it correctly, it may allow you to restart your session if you have a error like guiding.
After changing the guide cam from ASI120MM to SSAG, my Pi failed to boot. I tried several times and even with different uSD cards. NADA. @#$%! Turned out I may have lost my new powered USB3 hub - removing that from the link, the Pi came up and all was good, though I had lost quite a lot of time.
Can anyone comment on the suitability of Mint for KStars/ekos/indilib etc.?
Ubuntu Release 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa) 64-bit Kernel Linux 4.9.219-72 aarch64 MATE 1.24.0
This may be exactly what you implied...
Given the values in the link you provided ( fits parameters )perhaps writing all 3 values in the the fits file (if they are available) would extend the posibilities of integration with other code.
FOCUSPOS – Focuser position in steps, if focuser is connected. FOCUSSSZ – Focuser step size in microns, if available. FOCUSTEM – Focuser temperature readout in degrees C, if available.