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Adam Block
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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
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6 months ago
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Advanced processing of NGC 3981, a mysterious wind-blown spiral

In this masterclass, world renowned astrophotographer Adam Block takes you on a journey processing one of his largest projects to date. Included with over 4 hours of in depth tutoring is the enormous 27 hours of total integration time taken using our 1 meter aperture scope (CHI-3) telescope in Chile. The largest aperture combined with such a long total integration provides for some stunning results.
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6 months ago
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NGC 2835 Galaxy, Premium Processing Tutoring

This epic 11 part series conducted by Adam Block will guide you through every step necessary to process the galaxy NGC 2835 with data obtained from the CHI-1 telescope in award-winning conditions. No stone will be left unturned as Adam will guide you through every feature of Pixinsight that you require to process this data. You can download the associated dataset from the bottom of the page.
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9 months ago
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Advanced Processing of the M17 Nebula in Hubble Palette

Peter Jenkins is your guide through the entire processing process of the M17 nebula. All images were taken at full moon through the CHI-2 50cm telescope for under 70 credits. Peter squeezes out every possible detail despite the moon conditions to create an award-winning image. You can download the associated dataset from the bottom of the page.
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9 months ago