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pepe.lombris
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multi-star guiding

Post by pepe.lombris » Mon Dec 16, 2019 8:35 am

Hi,

there is some discussion on the new MGEN 3 autoguider. This device relies on multi-star guiding, for example. The developers of MGEN have released some tests and claim that the multi-star approach is less prone to seeing and results in smaller stars. The comparison was done between MGEN3 and ASIair.

https://forum.astronomie.de/threads/ers ... 99&slide=0

I think these are preliminary results but it caught my curiosity.

Are you thinking about multi-star guiding in ASIair too?

Clear skies!
Stephan

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Ji.zwo
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Re: multi-star guiding

Post by Ji.zwo » Mon Dec 16, 2019 9:59 am

pepe.lombris wrote:
Mon Dec 16, 2019 8:35 am
Hi,

there is some discussion on the new MGEN 3 autoguider. This device relies on multi-star guiding, for example. The developers of MGEN have released some tests and claim that the multi-star approach is less prone to seeing and results in smaller stars. The comparison was done between MGEN3 and ASIair.

https://forum.astronomie.de/threads/ers ... 99&slide=0

I think these are preliminary results but it caught my curiosity.

Are you thinking about multi-star guiding in ASIair too?

Clear skies!
Stephan
Hello Stephan,
Thanks for your info, we will talk about the mutil-star guiding with our team. Any info of the MGEN-3 will be helpful if you can send us. Keep in touch, my email is ji@zwoptical.com.
ZWO | Tech Support
Location:lon=120.6 lat=31.3
SuZhou China

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Ji.zwo
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Re: multi-star guiding

Post by Ji.zwo » Mon Dec 16, 2019 9:59 am

pepe.lombris wrote:
Mon Dec 16, 2019 8:35 am
Hi,

there is some discussion on the new MGEN 3 autoguider. This device relies on multi-star guiding, for example. The developers of MGEN have released some tests and claim that the multi-star approach is less prone to seeing and results in smaller stars. The comparison was done between MGEN3 and ASIair.

https://forum.astronomie.de/threads/ers ... 99&slide=0

I think these are preliminary results but it caught my curiosity.

Are you thinking about multi-star guiding in ASIair too?

Clear skies!
Stephan
Hello Stephan,
Thanks for your info, we will talk about the mutil-star guiding with our team. Any info of the MGEN-3 will be helpful if you can send us. Keep in touch, my email is ji@zwoptical.com.
ZWO | Tech Support
Location:lon=120.6 lat=31.3
SuZhou China

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