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General / Re: Gradient Merge Mosaic Issues. A strange artifact...
« on: 2013 February 20 13:41:52 »
It does not work, it says "current image width differs from first image width". It would seem I can't crop the dark side because they are needed to keep same width and height.

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General / Re: Gradient Merge Mosaic Issues. A strange artifact...
« on: 2013 February 20 11:45:38 »
Hmmm I don't I understand your suggestion. Do you mean cropping the dark edges of the single frames before running the script?

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General / Gradient Merge Mosaic Issues. A strange artifact...
« on: 2013 February 20 09:40:45 »
Hello,

I am getting this strange artifact on gradient merge mosaic. Do you know why and how to overcome it?
See screenshot.

Thanks a lot!
Nicola

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Gallery / Re: M101 and NGC281
« on: 2013 February 07 08:32:36 »
Thank you Jcamek, I am actually going in the near future to put my hands again on the NGC281 to see if I can improve it in any way.

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Gallery / M101 and NGC281
« on: 2013 January 30 09:08:27 »
Dear All,

just a couple of images I recently processed, taken with my VC200L and a QSI583.

M101: http://skymonsters.net/immagine.php?img=M101d.jpg
NGC281: http://skymonsters.net/immagine.php?img=NGC281.jpg

I look forward your suggestions for improvements

Best regards
Nicola

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Gallery / Cassiopeia
« on: 2012 November 05 15:40:09 »
Just completed processing my first wide field image since ages, I'll probably try to do some more, but I am not sure if to buy a better lens for my modified Canon 450D or using my CCD with a medium format lens.
This image was also a first trial on the field for my new software DitherMaster Blind for EOS Utility, which was a success. I was amazed by the amount of tiny objects I found in this image.

http://skymonsters.net/immagine.php?img=Cassiopea_50mm.jpg

I hope you like it C&C always welcome!
Nicola

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Gallery / Re: IC443
« on: 2012 November 05 15:37:59 »
Thanks a lot for your kind reply! :)

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Gallery / IC443
« on: 2012 October 16 02:45:52 »
Hello Astro-friends!  :)

Here I am again to show you a new image: the supernova remnant IC443 wide field, as part of my ongoing project of shooting as many supernova remnants as possible. It's a HaRGB.
Interesting to notice the bestiary of objects that can be identified, starting from different shades of red that populate Sh2-249 to the beautiful VdB75 (of which I have included a 100% crop on the page).
I hope you like it: http://skymonsters.net/immagine.php?img=IC443.jpg

C&C welcome as usual

Clear skies

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PCL and PJSR Development / Re: HelloWorld in PCL?
« on: 2012 October 09 02:26:27 »
Thank you Zbynek and Sander for your reply. I had a quick read of the magazine article, downloaded the PCL and installed the VC++ 2008.

Two questions:
- How do I compile the modules included inside the compiler? Considering all the environment variables in place of course. Which VC++ project should I create?
- Is it enough to start a new module by just replacing the SandBox name everywhere in the code files and inserting my code in the Apply method of the *Instance.cpp file?

thanks
Nicola

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Gallery / Re: NGC 2237
« on: 2012 October 08 08:54:36 »
Thank you lucchett!

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Gallery / Re: NGC 2237
« on: 2012 October 05 03:02:41 »
Thanks everyone for your appreciations.
@dayers: I put in the web page a crop of Bok's globules but it got missed. Now it should be fixed, have a look at it now. Thanks for letting me know.

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PCL and PJSR Development / HelloWorld in PCL?
« on: 2012 October 04 08:03:50 »
Dear All, I've just downloaded the PCL and browsed the documentation. Classes seems defined well, however I need a very simple project that helps me in understanding how to create my own modules. Is there an HelloWorld program in PCL to be used as reference? I find rather difficult to follow examples in the modules sections.
Thanks a lot for your info and look forward coding new stuff.

Nicola

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Gallery / NGC 2237
« on: 2012 October 03 10:03:08 »
Hello Everyone!
let me share with you my latest processed image of mine of NGC2237 a well known Winter object. It
is an Halpha+OIII+RGB composition.

Image, highres version and technical details at:
http://skymonsters.net/immagine.php?img=NGC2237g.jpg

Clear skies,
Nicola

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Gallery / Re: The "Big E"
« on: 2012 August 07 07:45:25 »
Excellent image Wade, I am curious to know your focusing technique as stars are pinpoint like in an highend astrograph.

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Gallery / Re: Sh2-223 & Sh2-224
« on: 2012 August 05 09:19:15 »
So, no one dared to criticize this one...  ;D

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