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(@patrick)
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August 18, 2019 02:51  

Hello All,

This is the first HaRGB combine in Astro-Pixel Processor  on NGC-6992.

99% of the wokflow are made in APP.

I'm verry happy for the results

NGC 6992 HaRGB 2500X1900

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(@vincent-mod)
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August 18, 2019 11:21  

Yes that looks really good! Beautiful colors in the stars, I always struggle a bit with that, how did you manage to get the color into the cores of the stars?


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(@patrick)
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August 18, 2019 14:06  

Hi Vincent,

With the mixing of the layer Ha and RGB in APP, I perform a star color calibration, then it is a question of well adjusting the sharpening and the star protection.

 

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August 18, 2019 19:38  

And it's not a combination of shorter exposure for the stars and longer for the object (HDR like)? Recently I did this mixing of Ha in RGB at 80-20-20 trick and that did make for nicer stars. Still have to look at why that works so well. 🙂

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(@patrick)
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August 18, 2019 22:30  

Its a combination  60 X 600secs equal time for Ha and RGB 24X600secs Ha and 12X 600secs of each channels RGB

APP haved a very good tools for giving beautiful star but if my memory is good the mixing are around 80 20 20

 

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August 18, 2019 23:21  

Nice, thanks a lot for the info!


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(@mxcoppell)
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August 20, 2019 02:26  

This is very nice! could you share how much Ha and RGB data used in this integration? 


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(@patrick)
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August 24, 2019 17:16  

Helle Maxcoppell,

I use 24 X 600secs sub exposure for Ha and 12 X 600secs for each channels of RGB for a total of 10 hours

Patrick Dubé


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