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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 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 from our Pro Dataset.
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The Carina Nebula from Start to Finish

The Carina Nebula processing flow by member of our Community Alan Richardson. This dataset is available as Premium Pro Dataset acquired by, our tutor, Peter Jenkins. __________ This tutorial was originally published in our Telescope Live Community at: https://bit.ly/3xZ9L5U The Community represents Telescope Live's virtual living room, where people exchange ideas and questions around astrophotography and astronomy. Join the conversation now to find out more about astrophotography and to improve your observation and post-processing skills!