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Jupiter
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Processing Jupiter Data From Start To Finish

This tutorial series by Damian Peach, walks you through the processing of a set of Jupiter image data from start to finish. In the first part of this series, Damian deals with the raw videos that are captured during a live session, and need to be processed to create the image stacks. This step is only needed if you do a planetary Live Session. If you work with Pro Datasets, then you can skip Part 1, as the images in Pro Datasets are pre-stacked by Damian. The data used in this tutorial are provided as a Pro Dataset in the Telescope Live platform. You can also download the associated dataset by clicking on the download link below. To start practicing, follow this tutorial and download a Jupiter Pro Dataset from your Dashboard. You can follow more in-depth tutorials from Damian on his own website: www.patreon.com/peachastro
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2 months ago
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Live Sessions of Planetary Imaging

In this tutorial, Damian Peach shows us the main features of the two programs used to conduct live sessions of planetary imaging: Firecapture and AutoStakkert. Firecapture is used to capture videos of the planet, while AutoStakkert is used to pre-process these videos and create image stacks, which can then later be used to create color images.
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Image Stacking and Narrowband Processing in Affinity Photo

This tutorial on using Affinity photo for image stacking the production of SHO narrowband images. For this tutorial, we will be using one of the Pro Datasets of the Rosette Nebula obtained with CHI-4 telescope.
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