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Hi All

Just looking at FWHM, I understand the concept, what it is and why it matters.

I'm using the 'SubFrameSelector' in PI and this is my results (attached), based of this (which I know is pretty bad - neighbours decided to have a fire on the only clear night) I would need to discard everything from where the graph sky rockets?

As I said, there was a lot of smoke in the air and I also had a meridian flip in the middle of the session.

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Thanks 

Rob 

 

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You can add a weight factor to the subs

(Max - FWHM) / (Max - Min)

Where Max is the highest FWHM and Min is the lowest value. In this scenario, all sub contribute, but subs with a small fwhm contribute more. Experiment for best results.

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Yes, lower fwhm = tighter stars

In post processing, you can tighten the stars (and details) a little more with deconvolution

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