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Hi just started using Nina and have download Astap but when it goes to plate solve i get a message saying Warning ASTAP-Warning remaining image dimensions too low! can any one shed some light on this maybe i have download the wrong astap catalogue H18? maybe i should download the H17 smaller star database,can anybody get me going.

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I am not sure but sounds more like the size of the image is too small rather than the catalogue its using.
From memory I think it recommends downloading H18 and V17.
Are there enough stars visible ? Although I thought that would return a different fault.

Steve

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3 hours ago, teoria_del_big_bang said:

I am not sure but sounds more like the size of the image is too small rather than the catalogue its using.
From memory I think it recommends downloading H18 and V17.
Are there enough stars visible ? Although I thought that would return a different fault.

Steve

All working now thanks seemed to be a problem with astap download had to change a command in file.

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The dimensions in pixels so width x height is too low. So in most cases the binning is too high. Keep the final image dimensions above 1280x960 pixels.  So don't bin more then 2 or if you have a small sensor keep binning at 1 or better 0 (= auto)

Han

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