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Clicking on Comet Nucleous
A couple of bugs:
Firstly: Nucleus is spelt Nucleus not Nucleous
I had to click on some nuclei and towards the end of the list I got this which stopped the registration process
Encountered error in module:
Hi Tony @ddnum,
Thank you very much for your feedback.
1) Okay, you are totally right, it is nucleus, I have already corrected it in APP and the release notes.
2) Looks like there is a problem with your comet data set, can you share the data so I can test it and fix it? Probably, only a couple of light frames is enough to solve the issue.
You can upload it here:
Keeping the best frames solved the problem. For us in the south the Neowise comet was low down in the murk and quite dim. I had to manually point out the nucleus in most frames. In the end the image wasn't much more than a nucleus with a slight hint of a tail.
stacked as test 31 files of a Nikon D810a of Neowise, 1 min each with 135mm, worked fine like in Mabula's tutorial