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Mash
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Post by Mash »

I find it helps to use averted vision. Also, I can't see how people can blast through this other than when the calibration samples show up that are obvious....but not meaning anything in terms of real tracks.

This stuff takes time!! What really matters is the "my events" page.

Martin Whillock
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Re: Speed

Post by Martin Whillock »

[quote="Mash"]I find it helps to use averted vision. Also, I can't see how people can blast through this other than when the calibration samples show up that are obvious....but not meaning anything in terms of real tracks.

This stuff takes time!! What really matters is the "my events" page.

Averted vision is a good backyard astronomers trick, it lets you see faint deep sky objects sometimes. A good idea for finding small possible Stardust tracks. Keep on trackin'.
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