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I like it! Does the reset button do a controlled shutdown or a hard reset?
Very nice. The N gauge is excellent for a small space and your efforts are inspiring
I finally got my camera hooked up to my scope yesterday. I was able to get a clear image in daylight but when i tried to capture jupiter I just had a black screen. Are you doing anything to set the camera controls - iso, exposure time etc?
It was a while ago. I did a writeup on it but nothing like the quality of your work: http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=72921.0
The space station moves fast enough that I don't think this would be a practical way to track it. Years ago I built a satellite tracker that used two servos to point at satellites based on their norad coordinates. If you google arduino satellite tracker you may find other examples. Also, if you have a smartphone there are various night sky programs to tell you where to look. Because the satellites are bright and moving, once you know where to look you can track them pretty easily by eye.
sorry, I figured it took an external input - i understand that it's a display for the emulator. nice build..
impressive that the little motor will push it around. does it move well?
This is great. I'm actually working on attaching a Pi to my telescope but this covers all the ground I need. Thanks very much.
Great. Thank you!
this is great. Can I use the older camera module?
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