Sometimes, the status of a One-Click Observation might show the label "Observed in: Recalculating"
This status means either of these two things:
- The images were acquired as planned, but the algorithm detected some issues with the images and flagged them as poor quality images. When this happens we need to go through a quality assessment manually, and verify if they're good images or not. If they're good, the One-Click Observation is completed, if not, it is rescheduled to the next available clear night.
- The second reason is that the images were not acquired as planned, due to bad weather or other technical issues, and we're rescheduling them to the next available clear night. Note that if the weather is poor in the next few nights, the observations might be postponed by several days.