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Discussion in 'Astronomy Software, Apps, and Websites' started by kiwi, Mar 31, 2018.

what is good software

Started by kiwi on Mar 31, 2018 at 2:48 PM

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  1. kiwi

    kiwi Member

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    hello
    have ASI174MC (color)

    who like to help me ? like to zoom in software ;)

    thanks you all ?
     
  2. Dave In Vermont

    Dave In Vermont Well-Known Member

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    What sort of software-programs are you looking for specifically? Software for processing your images? Or more broad-based software such as skycharts like Stellarium?

    Dave
     
  3. Mak the Night

    Mak the Night Well-Known Member

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    Sky-Safari Pro 5 ... you know it makes sense.
     
  4. Ruud

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    Stellarium as a planetarium program,
    Cartes du Ciel / SkyCharts for printing maps and charts,
    Celestia to explore the solar system and the nearby parts of the Milky Way

    because you're worth it

    (All three are free!)
     
  5. Ruud

    Ruud Active Member

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    Image processing software:

    DeepSkyStacker, Registax and Astrostakkert for stacking,
    PixInsight, Astro Pixel Processor, StarTools, AstroArt, the GIMP and Photoshop for processing

    The list is endless!
     

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