Bob, quick question....

It appears that pointing updates work as follows:

- A single exposure is taken, and if necessary a mount correction is sent to the mount

- Once the first image in a set is complete, it will evaluate if the mount is within the desired accuracy constraints. If not, it will make another mount adjustment.

Am I right here?

Is there a way on that initial pointing update, if a correction is applied, it can then do another pointing update to verify that it is within the accuracy constraints, rather than waiting until after the first image in a set is complete? And, if it needs to make another adjustment, rinse and repeat?