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Understanding Optimum Observation time
Atmospheric extinction is estimated based on the temperature and relative humidity selections for the location.

It would seem to me to be a lot more straight forward if you would connect SkyTools to your telescope directly rather than control with another app.

You didn't tell me two really important things:

1.Which tool are you using? E.g., the Nightly Planner? Real Time? Something else?

2. What observing list are you using? Where did you get it? Forgive my asking such a basic question, but did it have any stars in it? In order to display only stars from your observing list, there must first be stars in the list. Same for multiple stars, etc.

Of course it can display available stars. Presumably you created an observing list of Alpha stars, perhaps via the Database Power Search? Then selected that list in the planner?
Clear skies,

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RE: Understanding Optimum Observation time - by theskyhound - 2019-01-15, 12:20 AM

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