WHAT’S NEW v3.7: -Switched to WebKit for faster rendering of help & web pages and copy/paste ability on iOS 11. -“Force GPS” switch moved to location manager, settings screen label fix for small displays. (Pro) -Corrected application of stellar aberration – should fix lower culmination discrepancy compared to USNO. -Added nutation calculation, brings it to […]
If you are going to try and capture the solar eclipse with an equatorial mount, you are probably concerned about how you are going to do the polar alignment (unless you are lucky enough to be able to set up the previous night). Sky & Telescope seems to have popularized a method which uses a […]
What’s New v1.11 -Added French localization. -Quick access to the latest Water Vapor satellite images. -Improved contrast in some pages. More info on the Xasteria page.
Using a DSLR camera for astrophotography has you dealing with quite noisy data, and the issue is compounded if you are shooting from the city under light-polluted skies. Noisy data gives you a hard time when processing, so it would initially take me quite some time and effort to get to pleasing results, even with dedicated […]
Update July 6 2015: Canon SDK update with support for EOS 5DS/760D/750D. There is a nice little free program called EOS Camera Movie Record that allows you to capture 5x live-view video from your camera, which is the best way to do planetary photography for most Canon DSLRs (with the exception of 550D and 60D which have the […]
Originally made for myself to compensate my ZEQ25’s polar scope reticle centering error, I made it available through the Apple app store in a free ad-supported version and a paid Pro version with a few extra features (such as manually setting the date, time, location if you don’t want to use the current time/gps location […]