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  1. When I stack with AstroArt 7 demo I get weird stars but I am sure I focused good. Why is that and how can I solve it?
  2. Okay so Wednesday night I got bored and decided to have a wild stab in the dark (literally) and seeing what I could get under heavy light pollution and a rising almost full moon. Didn't expect to get anything tbh, so I'm quite happy with this. 440 stacked images of 1.6 seconds at 200mm using Nikon D5300 and sigma 70-300 at f4.9, iso 12800. Stacked in DSS and cleaned up in LR and PS. Untracked. Obviously need more data, but for a first try, I'm chuffed.
  3. From the album: Imaging Jupiter

    Jupiter - 127Mak-Cas - F12 - AS!2 - 840 Stack - Denoise / Sharpen - Histogram Stretch - RGB Rebalance - Midtones adj This was taken on the 22nd at about 2C did about 1400 images, but due to clouds and poor seeing has been reduced to 840. I read a great post which helped me a great deal in getting a better image. http://stargazerslounge.com/topic/184821-beginners-guide-to-stacking-planetary-images-with-autostakkert2/?hl=+registax (Thanks James) Going to continue processing and see if I can get this better.
  4. Hi everyone! I reprocessed my photos - stacking a LOT more, and I thought I'd show a comparison. The photos were taken from the same video of Copernicus, which was about 10,000 frames. The first time I stacked it, I used just 20 frames, but I decided to try 2,000. It made a massive difference. The morel of the story - don't use too few! David
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