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I don't know how to access the Hubble data (although I know it is available somewhere), but this is an interesting thread on CloudyNights where a member is sharing the HaRGB masters for processing comparisons. :) http://www.cloudynights.com/topic/521320-shared-horsehead-data/#entry6941265

Thank you sir, I am off to cloudy nights to see what is going on.

Regards,

A.G

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You will find the Hubble fits files at the Hubble Legacy Archive, enter the object description in the search box then choose which data set you want from the search results and move the selection to your cart for download as a free zipped file.

The site displays best on a regular PC or Mac, scaling problems occur with iPads or phone browsers and navigation is difficult.

http://hla.stsci.edu/hlaview.html

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I don't know how to access the Hubble data (although I know it is available somewhere), but this is an interesting thread on CloudyNights where a member is sharing the HaRGB masters for processing comparisons. :)http://www.cloudynights.com/topic/521320-shared-horsehead-data/#entry6941265

Wow! Lots of good workflow tips there! Thanks! [emoji4]

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A.G.

You will find the Hubble fits files at the Hubble Legacy Archive, enter the object description in the search box then choose which data set you want from the search results and move the selection to your cart for download as a free zipped file.

The site displays best on a regular PC or Mac, scaling problems occur with iPads or phone browsers and navigation is difficult.

http://hla.stsci.edu/hlaview.html

Hi,

Many thanks for the pointer. Last night I managed to find my way round the archives and downloaded the files that I was looking for. Now the curious thing is that I can open the fits files with FITS Liberator but neither PI nor StarTools are able to show anything at all. Very strange.

Regards,

A.G

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