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hi, is it possible to reacquire the green filter for M31 at 180s instead of the 100s.?
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[s]1[/s]Hi Vikas,

It's fine. From the "Members Area" menu select "Syndicate Jobs" when it will display all the submissions for all the piers. The ones you have made are initially displayed in green. Position over the one you want to see, and this can be any of them not just yours, press the Enter key and it will display all the information. To exit and return to the list, select "CLOSE" at the bottom of the screen. Jobs (submissions) that are completed are shown in blue. Hope that helps. To exit the job list go back to the Members Area menu and select what you want to do next. 

Cheers

Ray 
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hi,
just submitted the green filter. I hope i did it right? Is there any way of finding out if ones submission is correct?
vikas
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Hi Vikas,

Feel free to make a submission for this yourself. I'm sure you know what to do, but if you're not quite sure then select "STORE" from the top menu , then you can select "Book Time Syndicate", which offers you a choice of your syndicates for which you want to make a booking. Just enter M31 as the Object, and from "Select Filter", select the one(s) you want followed by  the exposure time and finally the number of exposures. At the bottom of the screen you can can enter some notes if you want, then select "Submit Object". 


Hope you are well and making good progress on your own rig. 

Regards, 

Ray 
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