Updating sky software
There are three common reasons for trouble with the Interactive Sky Chart: 1.
Security Warnings If your Java is up-to-date but you receive security warnings when you attempt to access the Interactive Sky Chart, it's because we have always self-signed the Java security certificate, but as of the most recent Java update, this is no longer allowed.
Some deep-sky objects that can be seen in binoculars are plotted too.
Compass directions are labeled around the horizon/edge.
This firmware support alt-az mount and equatorial mounts. The Solar Track Mode is a new fuction to track the Sun and does not need an alignment. To use this Solar Track Mode function: 1) Polar align the equatorial mount or level the base of the Alt-Az mount. 4) Center the Sun in FOV with Syn Scan hand controller. Warning: Your telescope must be capable of observing the Sun safely.
Update and correct the Solar Tracking speed in the Solar Track Mode. 3) Activate "Solar Track Mode." Now the mount will start working at solar tracking speed until exiting the "Solar Track Mode".
If you haven't previously set your default observing location, the chart will open with the location set to Greenwich, England.
Set the location by clicking on the "Change Location" button.
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We suggest you contact your Internet service provider in this case.