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Here is a single image from 2 nights ago (0702 UTC). I needed to get a baseline image so I can compare if/when it "goes off". My image center is slightly off because I messed up on the plate solve. In other words, I didn't believe the first solve and manually moved the scope a couple dozen
pixels away from where it should have been. Silly me!

Acquired 6 July 2024 0702 UTC
ES102mm f/7 APO
ASI 294 MC Pro
FOV 1.5° x 1.0°
Exp 300 seconds
Gain 122
No post-processing at all!

Blaze Star Off Center Anno smaller.jpg

When I put this image as both a .fits or .png through Astrometry.net, the annotation font size is so small as to be unusable for the full-size option. Does anybody know how to increase the font size they use for the annotations of full-size image?

Here's the solved page.

Astrometry Annotated.jpg

Here's the full-size option selected. As you can see, the annotations are so small, that they are unreadable.

Astrometry Annotated Full Size.jpg

Thanks for looking.
Cheers,
JT
∞ Primary Scopes: #1: Celestron CPC1100 #2: 8" f/7.5 Dob #3: CR150HD f/8 6" frac
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I can't wait to see this firecracker go off, thx JT.
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Well done JT !
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Nice shot, JT.
BTW, I'm happy to annotate the FITS file for you in PixInsight if you want to zip it and send it to me. I just need to know the date/rough time and pixel scale.
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Good for you on that JT, planning for the future! I wish I had a clear night to do the same ;)

Hopefully the wait is not too long!
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AstroBee wrote: Tue Jul 09, 2024 5:20 am zip it and send it to me. I just need to know the date/rough time and pixel scale.
Nevada Desert Skies AT Gmail Dot Com (no spaces, replace the @ symbol.)
Sent, Thank you.

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JT
∞ Primary Scopes: #1: Celestron CPC1100 #2: 8" f/7.5 Dob #3: CR150HD f/8 6" frac
∞ AP Scopes: #1: TPO 6" f/9 RC #2: ES 102 f/7 APO #3: ES 80mm f/6 APO
∞ G&G Scopes: #1: Meade 102mm f/7.8 #2: Bresser 102mm f/4.5
∞ Guide Scopes: 70 & 80mm fracs -- The El Cheapo Bros.
∞ Mounts: iOptron CEM70AG, SW EQ6R, Celestron AVX, SLT & GT (Alt-Az), Meade DS2000
∞ Cameras: #1: ZWO ASI294MC Pro #2: 662MC #3: 120MC, Canon T3i, Orion SSAG, WYZE Cam3
∞ Binos: 10X50,11X70,15X70, 25X100 ∞ AP Gear: ZWO EAF and mini EFW and the Optolong L-eXteme filter
∞ EPs: ES 2": 21mm 100° & 30mm 82° Pentax XW: 7, 10, 14, & 20mm 70°

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JayTee wrote: Tue Jul 09, 2024 8:20 pm
AstroBee wrote: Tue Jul 09, 2024 5:20 am zip it and send it to me. I just need to know the date/rough time and pixel scale.
Nevada Desert Skies AT Gmail Dot Com (no spaces, replace the @ symbol.)
Sent, Thank you.

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Returned, You're welcome.
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Scopes: Celestron EdgeHD14", Explore Scientific ED152CF & ED127 APO's, StellarVue SV70T, Classic Orange-Tube C-8, Lunt 80mm Ha double-stack solar scope.
Mounts: Astro-Physics Mach One, iOptron CEM70EC Mount, iOptron ZEQ25 Mount.
Cameras: ZWO ASI2600mm Pro, ZWO 2600MC Pro, ZWO ASI1600mm
Filters: 36mm Chroma LRGB & 3nm Ha, OIII, SII, L-Pro, L-eXtreme
Eyepieces: 27mm TeleVue Panoptic, 4mm TeleVue Radian, Explore Scientific 82° 30mm, 6.7mm , Baader 13mm Hyperion, Explore Scientific 70° 10mm, 15mm, 20mm, Meade 8.8mm UWA
Software: N.I.N.A., SharpCapPro, PixInsight, PhotoShop CC, Phd2, Stellarium
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