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Hi All,

I'm in the process of obtaining all the hardware necessary to acquire decent data and it's becoming clear this will take some time!

In the meantime I'm swotting up on AP and its various requirements via books and the forum. 

I'm part way through "Dark Art or Magic Bullet" and am learning the ropes of image processing. 

Until my setup is in formation I'd love to practice with data readily available before I have my own. To this end, it would be great if there was a database of lights, flats, darks and bias frames I can play with; does this exist?

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