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2022-05-29: APP 2.0.0-beta2 has been released !

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windows 2.0.0-beta2

macOS x86_64 2.0.0-beta2

macOS arm64 M1 2.0.0-beta2

Linux DEB 2.0.0-beta2

Linux RPM 2.0.0-beta2

Using APP with a cooled mono CCD


(@whirlpool51)
Brown Dwarf Customer
Joined: 4 years ago
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I use my Atik 428ex CCD camera for DSO images.

Can you stack and then process mono CCD images in APP?

I am particularly interested to know if I can stack-register-combine and process. Narrowband Ha and OIII channels to create a Bi-Colour image of NGC7635 the Bubble nebula. I don't have this data yet. But I hope to collect it in a weeks time.

Any helpful advice would be greatly appreciated. 

Regards

Paul A Brierley

Observing Coordinator for Macclesfield Astronomical Society.

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(@vincent-mod)
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Yes, you can, no problem at all. I can get you through the workflow if you want after you took the data and proper calibration frames.


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(@whirlpool51)
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Thank you, Vincent,

I will have some narrowband data to play with after I have been away to a Star Party in darkest Norfolk.

I will be using my Atik 428ex with two NB filters. Baader Ha and OIII and want to create a Bicolor image of the following targets.

NGC7635-NGC7023-NGC281.

I hope I can do all the stacking-processing in APP. So a tutorial would be very useful.

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(@vincent-mod)
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You can and it should be quite straightforward, a tutorial is being worked on and the video tutorials (albeit old now) still give you the general idea for exactly what you want to do here.


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(@whirlpool51)
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Thank you Vincent 

That's very kind of you. I appreciate that. 


 


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