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Seeing Double (or Triple)
#11
Nevermind, I found it.  I didn't even think to look "in" SkyTools!

It's a wonder that I can even find Polaris!

John..
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#12
(2017-11-23, 08:17 PM)blakesphere Wrote: I made a list.

Big Grin

Greg, the forums do not allow STX files...

Want me to mail it to you?

Greg, blakesphere, will the forums allow STX files or will we need to go back to Yahoo?
Rene Gedaly
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C-14 on CEM60 
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#13
(2018-10-11, 05:28 PM)AstraGeekette Wrote:
(2017-11-23, 08:17 PM)blakesphere Wrote: I made a list.

Big Grin

Greg, the forums do not allow STX files...

Want me to mail it to you?

Greg, blakesphere, will the forums allow STX files or will we need to go back to Yahoo?

Blake said they didn't, but I'm not sure why they would not work. I am attaching one to this message to see.
Clear skies,
Greg

Technoking of Skyhound
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#14
Well, it looks like he is right. The attachment doesn't appear. If it is of interest to people, email it to me and I will upload it to the server to share it with everyone.
Clear skies,
Greg

Technoking of Skyhound
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(2017-11-20, 04:56 PM)theskyhound Wrote: I think the biggest improvement for double stars is the "Best Resolution" selection for the eyepiece view. This will now provide a much more realistic view of the pair, including a representation of the seeing and diffraction pattern.

Oh, I get it now. The "ideal eyepiece" option is just what I've been needing.
Rene Gedaly
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(2020-10-02, 12:42 AM)AstraGeekette Wrote:
(2017-11-20, 04:56 PM)theskyhound Wrote: I think the biggest improvement for double stars is the "Best Resolution" selection for the eyepiece view. This will now provide a much more realistic view of the pair, including a representation of the seeing and diffraction pattern.

Oh, I get it now. The "ideal eyepiece" option is just what I've been needing.

I hope so. Way back in 2017 I said, "This will now provide a much more realistic view of the pair, including a representation of the seeing and diffraction pattern." It is improved some, but with so much to do, I have yet to figure out exactly how to achieve what I want, so its still a work in progress.
Clear skies,
Greg

Technoking of Skyhound
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