Hi, this is Eric. I am a newbie with Voyager, only five days in, and have a question about Voyager stopping exposure when there is a large guiding error. I have seen on a number of occasions that Voyager will stop the exposure when the guiding error gets too large in PHD2, or when it temporality looses the guide star. This can happen even when its only seconds away from finishing an exposure.
How can I get Voyager to temper this behavior. What I would like it to do in continue the exposure and recapture the guide star, or simply continue the exposure and get the guide star at the beginning of the next exposure.
I have a Planewave L-500 mount and it barely needs guiding up to about five minutes. The whole setup is new and includes the Planewave 20" f/7.7 CDK and a QHY 600M camera.
I am sure this is a problem with my setup. Any advise would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.