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[Solved] Star Registration Fails v1.075


(@glatiak)
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I have a small set of images from iTelescope t07 through narrow band filters. Star registration was successful for the Luminance and Halpha but fails with my Sii images. Adjusting the limit for star recognition had the side effect of making the Oiii images start to fail as well. Disabling the limit did not change this parameter. The fit files are around 40mb.

jpeg t07 glatiak m 1 20200214 223411 sii bin1 w 300 003
jpeg t07 glatiak m 1 20200214 210326 luminance bin1 e 300 001
jpeg t07 glatiak m 1 20200214 212513 oiii bin1 w 300 001

.  A prior data collection with this telescope containing similar ccd column defects did process correctly so I am surprised that what appear to be better images are now failing. I have downloaded the beta3 and will be starting all over with it... a pity the file load cannot be saved.


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(@vincent-mod)
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Yes, please let us know if 1.076 is able to process it correctly as this specific part was addressed in this version. Registration should work better for this kind of data now as well.


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(@glatiak)
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Thanks. It actually did run correctly with 1.076, but I got interrupted and had to shut things down. Wish there were some way of persisting the loaded modules list beyond a single session. If it were my code I would just write out the list from the lower window in a form that could be reloaded, or a load/save option. I have four filters for a couple of days and re-entering them with the associated master files is a real pain, imho.

 

greg


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(@vincent-mod)
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Yes understood, saving your settings is a top priority to include in an upcoming version for Mabula.


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(@glatiak)
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@vincent-mod

Thank you.

g


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