Philip Mair replied to the topic 'Ekos/Kstars and Rotators?' in the forum. 11 months ago

So i just have upgraded my setup with the Falcon Rotator. With the rotation enabled in the Plate Solving module the alignment works great. But it would be nice if the Rotators absoute position is written into the Fits headers of all Lights AND Flats. 

Here are the current Fits Headers of a Light:

SIMPLE = T / file does conform to FITS standardBITPIX = 16 / number of bits per data pixelNAXIS = 2 / number of data axesNAXIS1 = 6248 / length of data axis 1NAXIS2 = 4176 / length of data axis 2EXTEND = T / FITS dataset may contain extensionsCOMMENT FITS (Flexible Image Transport System) format is defined in 'AstronomyCOMMENT and Astrophysics', volume 376, page 359; bibcode: 2001A&A...376..359HBZERO = 32768 / offset data range to that of unsigned shortBSCALE = 1 / default scaling factorROWORDER= 'TOP-DOWN' / Row OrderINSTRUME= 'ZWO CCD ASI2600MM Pro' / CCD NameTELESCOP= 'EQMod Mount' / Telescope nameOBSERVER= 'Unknown ' / Observer nameOBJECT = 'M_42 ' / Object nameEXPTIME = 1.800000E+02 / Total Exposure Time (s)CCD-TEMP= -1.460E+01 / CCD Temperature (Celsius)PIXSIZE1= 3.760000E+00 / Pixel Size 1 (microns)PIXSIZE2= 3.760000E+00 / Pixel Size 2 (microns)XBINNING= 1 / Binning factor in widthYBINNING= 1 / Binning factor in heightXPIXSZ = 3.760000E+00 / X binned pixel size in micronsYPIXSZ = 3.760000E+00 / Y binned pixel size in micronsFRAME = 'Light ' / Frame TypeIMAGETYP= 'Light Frame' / Frame TypeFILTER = 'Ha ' / FilterFOCALLEN= 7.190E+02 / Focal Length (mm)APTDIA = 1.300E+02 / Telescope diameter (mm)SCALE = 1.078843E+00 / arcsecs per pixelSITELAT = 4.793708E+01 / Latitude of the imaging site in degreesSITELONG= 1.071778E+01 / Longitude of the imaging site in degreesAIRMASS = 2.463675E+00 / AirmassOBJCTAZ = 1.300506E+02 / Azimuth of center of image in DegreesOBJCTALT= 2.386142E+01 / Altitude of center of image in DegreesOBJCTRA = ' 5 35 16.01' / Object J2000 RA in HoursOBJCTDEC= '-5 24 08.06' / Object J2000 DEC in DegreesRA = 8.381672E+01 / Object J2000 RA in DegreesDEC = -5.402239E+00 / Object J2000 DEC in DegreesEQUINOX = 2000 / EquinoxCRVAL1 = 8.3816719852E+01 / CRVAL1CRVAL2 = -5.4022386930E+00 / CRVAL1RADECSYS= 'FK5 ' / RADECSYSCTYPE1 = 'RA---TAN' / CTYPE1CTYPE2 = 'DEC--TAN' / CTYPE2CRPIX1 = 3.1240000000E+03 / CRPIX1CRPIX2 = 2.0880000000E+03 / CRPIX2SECPIX1 = 1.0788428345E+00 / SECPIX1SECPIX2 = 1.0788428345E+00 / SECPIX2CDELT1 = 2.9967856515E-04 / CDELT1CDELT2 = 2.9967856515E-04 / CDELT2CROTA1 = 2.7025709091E+02 / CROTA1CROTA2 = 2.7025709091E+02 / CROTA2DATE-OBS= '2022-01-14T18:17:59.788' / UTC start date of observationCOMMENT Generated by INDIGAIN = 100. / GainOFFSET = 50. / Offset

And here of a Flat:
SIMPLE = T / file does conform to FITS standardBITPIX = 16 / number of bits per data pixelNAXIS = 2 / number of data axesNAXIS1 = 6248 / length of data axis 1NAXIS2 = 4176 / length of data axis 2EXTEND = T / FITS dataset may contain extensionsCOMMENT FITS (Flexible Image Transport System) format is defined in 'AstronomyCOMMENT and Astrophysics', volume 376, page 359; bibcode: 2001A&A...376..359HBZERO = 32768 / offset data range to that of unsigned shortBSCALE = 1 / default scaling factorROWORDER= 'TOP-DOWN' / Row OrderINSTRUME= 'ZWO CCD ASI2600MM Pro' / CCD NameTELESCOP= 'EQMod Mount' / Telescope nameOBSERVER= 'Unknown ' / Observer nameOBJECT = 'Soul_Nebula' / Object nameEXPTIME = 3.017761E-01 / Total Exposure Time (s)CCD-TEMP= 6.600E+00 / CCD Temperature (Celsius)PIXSIZE1= 3.760000E+00 / Pixel Size 1 (microns)PIXSIZE2= 3.760000E+00 / Pixel Size 2 (microns)XBINNING= 1 / Binning factor in widthYBINNING= 1 / Binning factor in heightXPIXSZ = 3.760000E+00 / X binned pixel size in micronsYPIXSZ = 3.760000E+00 / Y binned pixel size in micronsFRAME = 'Flat ' / Frame TypeIMAGETYP= 'Flat Frame' / Frame TypeFILTER = 'Ha ' / FilterFOCALLEN= 7.400E+02 / Focal Length (mm)APTDIA = 1.300E+02 / Telescope diameter (mm)SCALE = 1.048227E+00 / arcsecs per pixelDATE-OBS= '2022-01-15T08:12:52.988' / UTC start date of observationCOMMENT Generated by INDIGAIN = 100. / GainOFFSET = 50. / Offset


Thanks for help
 

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