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How to create colorful stars from narrowband data

In this tutorial, Yannick Akar walks us through the creation of colorful stars from narrowband data working on the Running Chicken Nebula data available as One-Click Observation.
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Removing Satellite Trails with Affinity Photo

In this tutorial, Nik shows how to remove the satellite trails which are commonly seen in astronomical images. This valuable technique is an alternative to the common way of removing satellite trails that involves the stacking of several images using pixel rejection techniques, such as sigma-clipping. As sigma-clipping requires at least three frames per filter, this new technique explained by Nik in this tutorial is specifically valuable for One-Click Observations, where you often have only two images per filter.
Fornax Cluster
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Creating a Two Pane Mosaic of the Fornax Cluster

In this video tutorial, Nik Szymanek shows how to create a two-pane mosaic of Fornax Cluster, observed with CHI-1, using Photoshop. The associated dataset can be accessed by clicking on the link below.
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Topaz Labs' Sharpen and Denoise AI

In this series, Nik Szymanek looks at how Topaz Labs' Sharpen and Denoise AI can be used to greatly increase the quality of both short and long integration images. The Denoise AI tutorial in particular looks at a short exposure run using one of Telescope Live's request templates of just a few minutes integration time during full moon using a Takahashi 106