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Understanding Optimum Observation time
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That sounds like a great strategy Phil
You probably don't use the "Begin", "Optimum", and "End" projected times from the observation list?
Those would seem to only apply to a given night.
So if you create a list for the whole month - I'm guessing you ignore those?

I hope you don't mind I ask a few other questions

Do you print your list out on paper?

So far I've liked copying a list and loading it into Excel.
I can then group items object type, and then within each group sort them by magnitude (brighter objects first).

However on the other hand, I can see how useful it would be to group objects by Constellation, and then sort by magnitude.
Then I could have the scope pointed at items for a given Constellation and then move on to another one.
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RE: Understanding Optimum Observation time - by dw_Skyhound - 2019-01-16, 11:22 PM

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