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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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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.
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GUM15: Stellar Winds in The Sails of Vela

These videos take you through the workflow of processing GUM 15- a southern hemisphere target in the same direction as the Vela supernova remnant. Adam has kindly provided this advanced tutorial to Telescope Live members. This tutorial and many others are available on his website, www.adamblockstudios.com. Adam offers a wide range of tutorials for beginners and advanced astrophotographers. If you wish to deepen your knowledge in astrophotography, we strongly recommend subscribing to one of his plans available at www.adamblockstudios.com! The original images have been acquired with CHI-1, and are available below for download (see "Associated dataset").
Rosette Nebula
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Processing workflow: Rosette Nebula narrowband

In this tutorial, Nik Szymanek walks us through the image processing of the Rosette Nebula, using images obtained from CHI-4. The associated images are available as a Pro Dataset and can be downloaded below.