OK, so the worst conception you can have about someone into astronomy, is that they sit around, outside, with a thermos flask, looking at sky pictures.
The truth is we, astrophotographers, sit indoors, during this time of self-isolation and social-distancing, trying to work out how to get the telescope to work itself.
This is fraught with problems, and a lot of the time, means going outside to check that everything is actually doing what it is supposed to do.
Quick video, feel free to fast forward, on how that process works.
Final picture to follow…