Looks like the lunar eclipse will be a wash out in the UK ,, blanket cloud the full length of the country,, all set up for tonight as well, Had tested the zwo asi 178 and decided to try out the asi software instead of sharpcap,, don't get me wrong sharpcap is great,, but I just wanted simplicity for testing,, have correct spacers ect and all looks well, set up qhy 5lii colour and it's either dead or not communicating,, put drivers in and nothing.. Not bothered as I never liked it since I got it,, but was willing to set it up on guider finder scope,, stuck in the old spc Philips webcam and lol,, haven't half moved on in leaps and bounds since I bought that. Hopefully may get something tonight,, just using canon DSLR,lens and camfi on star adventurer,, don't see the point in getting set up for a let down
It's nearly about to start here and for a nice change the sky is crystal clear. But I am about to head to bed. Watching another Lunar Eclipse for hours doesn't interest me all that much and I'm tired after a big day. It now 3:52am and only 3 degrees, and I am knackered.
To those of you that watch it, enjoy it
Last Edit: Jul 27, 2018 17:56:02 GMT by Dragon Man
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