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Imaging Quality and Target Selection Tool
Hi Wade,

I apologize for being so slow to pick up on what you were saying. Thanks for hanging in there! I have already fixed the problem so it will be fixed in the next update.

Regarding the A, B, or C issue, here is my thinking: find (fixed) target objects that will be good to image regardless of the time of year. Use the Prime Time of Year filters in the Target Selection tool to find these. Create an imaging project for each and then forget about them. Make as many of these as you want. When you go to image on a particular night, whether it be tomorrow or six months from now, the projects suitable for that night will be prominently placed near tho top of the Scheduler. Eventually, the time will come for each target. When you do it this way, there is no reason to go for anything other than A, unless it never spends very much time at A. In that case, extend it to B.
Clear skies,

SkyTools Developer

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RE: Imaging Quality and Target Selection Tool - by theskyhound - 2018-11-06, 04:01 AM

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