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How to Win an APOD with Pixinsight

On 7th October 2021, astrophotographer Roberto Sartori won an APOD featuring NGC 6559, an image processed with Pixinsight and obtained from the CHI-2, a telescope of the Telescope Live network. The same dataset is available as a Premium Pro Dataset to every Gold user! You can find the APOD here: https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap211007.html And the same image from our gallery: https://telescope.live/gallery/ngc-6559-14 In this tutorial, Roberto will guide you through the end-to-end processing of the Premium Pro Dataset of NGC 6559 using Pixinsight. The video is shown at 5x speed, processing took around 3 hours and a half.
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How to Post Process One-Click Observations

In this video tutorial, Alex will show you how to post-process the original data of your One-Click Observations. Thanks to this tutorial you can start practicing your astrophotography skills and obtain some stunning pictures to share in the image gallery.
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Processing NGC7000 North America and IC5070 Pelican Nebulae

Peter Jenkins walks us through the processing of North American and Pelican Nebulae, using advanced techniques in PixInsight and Photoshop. The dataset consists of 5 images for each of the Halpha, OIII and SII filters, with 600 seconds exposure each, for a total cost of 200 credits. The observations were obtained using our wide field Takakashi FSQ-106 installed in Spain (SPA-3). You can download the associated dataset at the end of the page. This is a Premium tutorial, requiring a monthly subscription of $99/month or higher. You can upgrade your plan, by navigating to Account Settings, Upgrade.