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They send an assortment of infertile men, hybrids and human friends.
Some of these people are rather potty-mouthed (Mestral IS a Pennsylvania coal miner, after all) though not always in English.
With all the sadness in the world and every indication that Beyond is also going to be angsty, this is my small antidote. Yes, it's doubtless canon-busting, but all in good fun.
In theory you can use a Raspberry Pi to run Phd2 (or linguider) with a linux (ARM! Even better if there's auto polar align function (I think this is perhaps asking for abit too much...) Most people here seem to use a small (atom based) windows mini computer, and yes, a power supply.
) compatible camera (a ZWO USB3 or the Datyson T7 are RPi compatible, but many/most Touptek-style cams and CCDs are not). There are several advantages, from more compatibility with cameras (all guide cams seem compatible with windows) to more automation possibilities, including the polar alignment feature you mention (it's a feature of the Sharp Cap Pro windows software), platesolving (for being certain where the h€ll is your scope pointed at) and more.