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Astro pixel processor Tutorial

Astro pixel processor

Is a highly versatile image processing software
JULY 2020 UPDATE

All Skill Levels  – Beginners to Advanced

COMPLETE LRGB TUTORIAL OF NGC292, THE SMALL MAGELLANIC CLOUD
ALL FILES FOR THE TUTORIAL ARE AVAILABLE HERE

This tutorial consists of 3 parts (total time 40 min) and is a complete tutorial from loading the raw filter data to a final LRGB color image ready for publication.

  1. Introduction and Image Loading

  2. Calibration to Integration

  3. Color Image – Light Pollution and Star Color Correction- Final Touches

THE DATA WAS ACQUIRED, IN AUGUST 2019, WITH OUR TELESCOPE T08:

T8 is a 106mm Takahashi FSQ telescope based at SSO in Australia. It has a selection of RGB and Narrowband imaging filters. Its teamed with a sensitive FLI Microline CCD and a full house filter wheel. T8 is a prime imaging platform in the southern hemisphere with exceptional optics and will be able to gather data of APOD winning quality.

Introduction and Image Loading

Calibration to Integration

Color Image – Light Pollution and Star Color Correction- Final Touches