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[Any one of the projects mentioned above can provide enough work to keep any individual or even a group of observers busy for years. Mix and match these or other projects as you like. The main thing is that you will be doing very real science with your telescope and camera.]
[The minimalist approach outlined above can yield observations reasonably close to a standard system. An important part of the process is to keep extinction effects to a minimum by measuring the reference and target fields when their air mass values are within 0.1 of each other. Also, be sure...
[There is an old adage that “Better is the enemy of good enough,” meaning that sometimes in the pursuit of perfection, one can spend far more time than the improved results justify and, in a worst case, not get any results at all. In the software business, it’s called “feature creep,” where in...
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