We have enjoyed capturing the images you all love and want. Thank you for allowing us to help you get the data you desire.
We have a number of improvements we have put in place to help keep things running smoothly:
- We have new modeling parameters we use that doubled the size of our models and increased the fidelity of sky-modeling significantly.
- We have made changes to the dampening setttings of our absolute encoders to ensure they are operating at peak levels of performance.
- We have daily SkyFlat frames in-place now across the spectrum of filters in the camera, and we store 2 weeks of flat data to ensure we can always provide the right flats for your projects. Expect to see more masters appearing in our flat store soon.
- While Northern parts of New Mexico are largely still suffering from the Monsoon Season effects, we are seeing significantly improved seeing conditions, extended clear sky nights once again, and excellent results even on hard targets.
Example Helix Nebula OIII Sub from New Mexico:
We will be working with Lukas to get the MPC code for the site, as they do not already have one, and we know how important that is to you folks that enjoy minor planetary object imaging. We also have installed the 160GB ATLAS database, and PinPoint 7.0 to ensure we can land the objects that matter most to you, right where you need them.
Founder, Dark Matters Astrophotography