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by vlad01
11 Jul 2020 18:35
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 458
Views: 75600

Astrophotography

Only good comets I have seen was c/2006 p1 McNaught back in 2007, it was lucky it was a southern hemisphere one, most of the other good ones have be northern ones.
by vlad01
05 Jul 2020 01:00
Forum: Off-topic Discussions
Topic: Show off your work
Replies: 419
Views: 99031

Show off your work

They look amazing! I have never been able to find any crystals that nice in all the years of hunting for them. Best one I ever found was this one of what I am 90% certain is natrolite.  There just isn't much interesting minerals in Victoria. Nearly everything in my collection I have purchased from d...
by vlad01
26 Jun 2020 02:01
Forum: Development
Topic: Work progress 0.991
Replies: 76
Views: 19065

Work progress 0.991

One step closer to realistic weather!
by vlad01
26 Apr 2020 17:33
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 458
Views: 75600

Astrophotography

I would get a laser collimater, took me less than 5 min to correct the scope. Well worth the money.
by vlad01
20 Apr 2020 22:46
Forum: Development
Topic: Work progress 0.991
Replies: 76
Views: 19065

Work progress 0.991

Steam didn't update mine even with auto updates on, had to manually apply the update in the downloads section.  Maybe that could also be your problem?
by vlad01
19 Apr 2020 23:34
Forum: Space Journeys
Topic: Image Dump
Replies: 2732
Views: 430130

Image Dump

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by vlad01
19 Apr 2020 23:28
Forum: Troubleshooting and Solutions
Topic: Troubleshooting and bug reports - SpaceEngine 0.990
Replies: 666
Views: 64422

Troubleshooting and bug reports - SpaceEngine 0.990

I've posted this before about the atmosphere over the horizon being visible in front of the terrain, thought I'd show this problem again where it's really obvious.  Anyone else have this issue?
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by vlad01
12 Apr 2020 19:18
Forum: Off-topic Discussions
Topic: A very PC discussion
Replies: 490
Views: 92874

A very PC discussion

I do it the other way, connect all my PCs to the same display where I can and switch input depending on which PC I use. Only issue is my other PC atm has DVI only where my screen is DP and HDMI so I need to get an adapter. My LG monitor I got last year is 1440p, great upgrade from 900p that's for su...
by vlad01
12 Apr 2020 04:39
Forum: Off-topic Discussions
Topic: A very PC discussion
Replies: 490
Views: 92874

A very PC discussion

I got my viewsonic in 2008 and it only lasted to 2010.   I still got my AOC from the same year and I got a Dell one from 2001 that still works.   My Samsung got that screen "cancer" thing I mentioned a while back it lasted from 2009 to 2019 so 10 years is decent. Now I got a 31.5" LG ...
by vlad01
11 Apr 2020 04:36
Forum: Off-topic Discussions
Topic: A very PC discussion
Replies: 490
Views: 92874

A very PC discussion

I had the same issue with my viewsonic years ago which btw cost me over 1k.  It's PSU died from always running too hot (discolored PCB).  It started off just randomly turning off every now and then and got more frequent to the point it wouldn't power up any more. I replaced some caps and burnt resis...
by vlad01
08 Apr 2020 03:57
Forum: Space Journeys
Topic: Image Dump
Replies: 2732
Views: 430130

Image Dump

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by vlad01
08 Apr 2020 03:54
Forum: Troubleshooting and Solutions
Topic: Troubleshooting and bug reports - SpaceEngine 0.990
Replies: 666
Views: 64422

Troubleshooting and bug reports - SpaceEngine 0.990

Don't know if this is a limitation of the engine or a bug, but I get this hard line from what appears to be the atmosphere from beyond the horizon rendered on top of the terrain, making it appear close and follows in front of you where ever you go on the surface.

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by vlad01
07 Apr 2020 00:55
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 458
Views: 75600

Astrophotography

No probs, It's actually my friend who tried pixinsight and found it much better than DSS. I personally use DSS for ease of use and to preview the results and my friend then does the proper pic in pixinsight as he knows how to use it, I haven't used it as of yet but he showed me all the things it cou...
by vlad01
06 Apr 2020 23:03
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 458
Views: 75600

Astrophotography

I would do all the stacking and processing in pixinsight and forget DSS, you will get better results as it's a much better program with better capability.  You can also use dithering in pixinsight which will help get rid of the noise. Could also be a limitation of the camera. We use a EOS 200D and i...
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