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how to frame "new night" but continuing image session with previous night's?


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I caught a portion of a video where the op had a sub-exposure taken the night before on the BY screen and he was then able to frame the same target (at the start of the following night's imaging run) directly over the previous image by simply adjusting DEC and RA keypad controls.  I was floored because I never knew this feature was available.   By having the ability to use a previous sub-exposure as a template and then superimpose the first image of the second night's run (or a future run) over it is music to my ears.  

I would appreciate any simple step by step process how this is done, I would really appreciate it.    

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