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Hi, Everyone could with a little advice on connecting a my Synscan v4 to my laptop. I now how to do it and also know about USB serial adapters, what i am wondering is my laptop has a RJ11 coms port but in the Synscan V4 Manual it says you need a RJ12 port as the cable supplied is RJ12.

The RJ12 cable fits into the RJ11 perfectly Is there much difference in these and could i still connect using the method or do i have to go and buy the USB serial adapter? If anyone can shed some light on this it would be greatly appreciated. I tried this last night but when the configuration window/plug ins/telescope control it wouldn't let me click configure, nothing would happen and also when i connect cables to laptop it doesn't detect any devices?

Start Stellarium and then go to the telescope control plug-in and select the load on startup option. Close Stellarium and reopen it and return to the telescope control plug-in. The configure button should now be active. Select Add from the telescopes box then select 'Stellarium directly through a serial port'. Select 'Start/Connect on startup' and then 'Skywatcher Synscan V3' and comm port 1 for your RS232 port (serial data cable connected directly to computer). Start Stellarium and then go to the telescope control plug-in and select the load on startup option. Close Stellarium and reopen it and return to the telescope control plug-in.

The configure button should now be active. Select Add from the telescopes box then select 'Stellarium directly through a serial port'. Select 'Start/Connect on startup' and then 'Skywatcher Synscan V3' and comm port 1 for your RS232 port (serial data cable connected directly to computer). Thanks Peter will give this a go later. Hi all, I'm trying to connect SkyWatcher Synscan to my MacBook Air via wifi adapter using EQMac v2.0.0 beta3. According to the release note of EQMac v2.0.0 beta1, it supports wifi as well as serial connection. However, I couldn't find any document for wifi connection.

What I'm trying to do is. Establish Wifi connection to 'SynScanWiFi####' 2. Configure following connection in EQMac's Preference Connection Type: TCP/IP IP Address: 192.168.4.1 Port: 11880 3.

Close Preference setting However, EQMac console is still gray out. Appreciate if anyone share how to configure EQMac for wifi or alternative application/tool to connect Synscan to Mac via wifi. Hi guys and gals, I recently purchased a pair of Nikon Aculon 10-22×50 Zoom binoculars for around $179 and I'm pretty disappointed with them. I live in Semi-rural northeast Texas and was looking for a good pair of binoculars for a casual stargazer like myself.

I thought these would be the perfect pair, I was wrong. The field of view is pretty small and the focus is annoying. The view is like tunnel vision at 10× and too dark at 22×. Do any of you individuals have any helpful suggestions on what exactly I should get that suites my individual needs? I am looking for something that won't break the bank (under $300), has a large field of view, would allow me to see the moons of Jupiter, the Andromeda Galaxy, starclusters, nebulae, and maybe some of the Messier Objects?

Also, without a tripod needed. I would like something that is comfortable on the eye and easy to hold. Its asking a lot, I know. But I'm hoping some of you who are more knowledgeable on the subject would be able to help me out? Greetings stargazers, I'm considering buying a new telescope (my first telescope) for astrophotography, and some visual astronomy.

But I can't decide which type should I get. I mainly want to photograph deep sky objects. Download lagu paramore my heart is yours. After testing some variations in Stellarium I am worried that some deep sky objects won't fit into the aperture of an 8' reflector.

I'm wondering which type should I get. And also I'm worried that I won't be able to photograph anything with a small refractor because I live near a city. I am also open to any suggestions for a beginner astrophotography telescope. (around 800$ would be perfect) Thank you:) I apologise if I made any writing mistakes.

Edit: I'm considering buying a Bresser Messier 203/800 or a William Optics Zenithstar 61 but I'm still open to any suggestions. I am looking at the Canadian Skywatcher website and reading about the SynScans dobonian base models, comparing them just for fun. (I always wonder if someday I'll be sitting while sketching) 8' SynScan GPS 1 548USD / 1 996CAD (F5.9) 10' Synscan GPS 1 970USD / 2 541CAD (F4.7) +545 +2' 12' SynScan GPS 3 049USD / 3 932CAD (F4.9) +1391 +2' 14' SynScan GPS 3 831USD / 4 941CAD (F4.5) + 1009 +2' 16' Synscan GPS 5 269USD / 6 796CAD (F4.4) + 1885 +2' Just looking at price, size and F ratio, I find this interesting especially for the first 3 models the 8', 10' and 12' In these deals the 12' is F 4.9, is it a big difference with a F5 honestly? With the same eyepieces I use right now with my F5, Xcel LX, Starguider, Explore scientific 68 and 82 and orthoscopic eyepieces, I don't fell any need for a coma corrector very much. If anyone ever compared a F5 with a F4.9 Also, looking at the prices, the 10' it not much more expensive then the 8', but at F4.7, I believe it needs a coma corrector which will raise the price of a few bills and you get more glass behind the eyepiece.

(Simulation) My first goal would be to upgrade to something I can sit while sketching and that has a tracking system, that's mandatory. The 3rd thing, the aperture has to be 8' or more naturally, It's the least important need in the 3 but it's still there. The choice is not really easy: 8': PROS: Not to heavy, generous F5.9 focal ratio, decent price, not too high to watch while sitting CONS: No aperture upgrade. 10': PROS: interesting 2' aperture gain, probably still low enough to watch while sitting CONS: F4.7, Coma corrector required 200$GSO / 400$ Baader, more lens behind the EP 12': PROS: Maximum and massive aperture upgrade, F4.9 perhaps no coma corrector required. CONS: heavy weight, perhaps too high to watch the zenith while sitting, quite expensive. If you want to share your opinion, what telescope do you guys thing is the very best of the 3 and why?. Connecting Synscan to PC.

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But of course astrology is far more complex than just the 12 star signs. The idea behind astrology is that the smallest thing in the universe is subject to the same forces as the largest thing, and events in one field are reflected by events in another, as described by the old adage “As above, so below”. Nobody knows why this is the case, and there is no known force in the universe that has been proven to have this effect. Yet people relate to their horoscopes and sense their close affinity with the cosmos.

Western astrology is based on planetary movement in our solar system, and not so much on the stars outside the solar system. The 12 star signs are more accurately called sun signs, as they reflect the Earth’s orbit around the sun which is registered on Earth by the four seasons, and specifically by the spring and autumn equinox and the summer and winter solstices. These four points represent the start of the four signs: Aries and Libra, and Cancer and Capricorn respectively. The intermediate signs – Taurus/Gemini, Leo/Virgo, Scorpio/Sagittarius and Aquarius/Pisces are then inserted at 30 degree intervals. When making predictions or character analyses, astrologers look at the movement of the planets through these 12 zodiac signs, and the relation of the planets to each other.

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A horoscope is a two-dimensional map of the solar system, which shows exactly where the sun, moon and planets are in the 12 zodiac signs: Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces. Based on the exact time and place of birth, the 12 Houses of the horoscope can also be calculated, and the planets in signs are placed in this framework – the personal horoscope.

Basically this is an incredibly advanced way of displaying a particular point in time at a particular point in space. You can even work backwards from a horoscope drawing to divine the exact time and place of birth. There are 1440 simple combinations of planets in signs and houses, but astrology gets much, much more complicated than that.

Of course, most people think of horoscopes as the daily, weekly, monthly or yearly horoscopes seen in newspapers and magazine, or online. (The 12 signs of the zodiac). Really these are sunsign horoscopes, because they are simply based on where your sun is on any particular birth date, and naturally these star signs are very general. They can be quite accurate though, because the sun is such a dominating factor in a horoscope. Nevertheless, the moon and planets each have very specific and very strong influences, and the only way you can find out what that is, is by having your personal horoscope calculated.

Basically your date of birth will show you in which sign the Sun, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto are in your horoscope, because they are unlikely to change signs during the course of a day. For example – from the standpoint of someone on Earth – the sun takes one month to move from one star sign to another, whilst Uranus takes seven years. As the moon moves from one sign to another in a little over two days, you need the birth time and place to be sure of where it is.

Knowing the birth time and place makes it possible to calculate the 12 houses of the horoscope, and the main framework of the 12 houses are the four cardinal points:

The Ascendant – or first house (the Eastern horizon)
The IC – or fourth house (The sun’s position at midnight)
The Descendant – or seventh house (the Western horizon)
The MC – or tenth house (the sun’s position at noon)

Once you have the planet in sign and house, you can make the interpretation. So the Moon in Aries in the 7th house, for example, would show someone emotionally receptive (moon) in a rather impulsive way (Aries) to other people (7th house).

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There is a myth associated with astrology that sun signs are superficial and that anyone can write them. It is true that sun signs are general, but they are by no means easy to write. In fact they demand tremendous experience. Only excellent astrologers can write accurate sunsigns. And most of the sun signs you see on major astrology sites are written by excellent astrologers. (Although this is not always the case with newspapers).

The astrologers on our site have been practicing astrology for a minimum of ten years, some over 30 years. When we write daily horoscopes, weekly horoscopes and monthly horoscopes, we actually look at over 400 horoscopes for each star sign, each day and each week during the course of a month. And write around 16,000 words.

Sun signs are sometimes called star signs, but they are based on the orbit of the Earth around the sun, which we register here on Earth as the equinoxes and solstices, which are when day and night are of equal length (March 20th and September 22nd) or when it is the longest day or longest night (21st June and December). These form the first degree of the Cardinal Signs – Aries, Cancer, Libra and Capricorn – and the remaining signs are placed between them. In this way with get the 12 zodiac signs, which should rightfully be called sun signs rather than star signs.

Skilled sun sign astrologers follow the movement of the planets through each of these signs, and predict what will happen according to the relationships of the planets in the signs and to themselves. What is crucial for sun sign judgments is how strong or weak planets are in the signs. Planets are for example strong in the star sign they rule, and weak in the opposite sign of the zodiac. For each zodiac sign we place the sign as the 1st house of the horoscope and then make an Equal House horoscope, so that each subsequent sign corresponds to a subsequent house. So if we make a horoscope for Leo, then Virgo will be in the solar 2nd house (finances). The key to it all is the planet which “rules” each star sign.

It works like this:

For the Aries horoscope: Check out Mars in sign and house
For the Taurus horoscope: Check out Venus in sign and house
For the Gemini horoscope:Check out Mercury in sign and house
For the Cancer horoscope:Check out the Moon in sign and house
For the Leo horoscope:Check out the Sun in sign and house
For the Virgo horoscope:Check out Mercury in sign and house
For the Libra horoscope:Check out Venus in sign and house
For the Scorpio horoscope:Check out Mars in sign and house
For the Sagittarius horoscope:Check out Jupiter in sign and house
For the Capricorn horoscope:Check out Saturn in sign and house
For the Aquarius horoscope:Check out Saturn in sign and house
For the Pisces horoscope:Check out Jupiter in sign and house

The outer planets Uranus, Neptune and Pluto are not used as “rulers” in sun sign astrology, even though they are related to Aquarius, Pisces and Scorpio respectively. If you want to learn more about sunsign astrology check out my article at: Sun sign astrology

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