Campbell Ritchie wrote:Doesn't work. I have tried it. You need a rotating mount as used for telescopes, aligned with the earth's rotation, otherwise the image will be smeared by the earth's rotation. There is a name for that sort of mount, something like azimuthal mount, but I am not sure. You can't use short exposures because the object photographed will be too faint to appear.
Steve Dyke wrote:
I am trying a different date/time library: java.time, I have to use a back ported version since I am still using v1.7.
However, I am still having issues.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:No, you are only closing the database if an exception is thrown. You need to close the connection regardless.
Yosuf Ibrahim wrote:. . . I am afraid of the database being messed up so any error I get the database to close