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Lunar 89%

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Lunar shot 9 images stacked in Siril processed in startools
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Lovely image!
Did you use the new Decon module on this at all by any chance?
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No Ivo , tbh I was going blind first time I had tried a lunar shot in ST , wasn’t sure thought I was only for dso.
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Burly wrote:No Ivo , tbh I was going blind first time I had tried a lunar shot in ST , wasn’t sure thought I was only for dso.
Not at all! Decon (and ST in general) has functionality for planetary/solar/lunar as well.
For decon, just make sure the dataset is still linear (or stretched a reversible sRGB stretch).
For lunar close-ups, see here.
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Reprocessed using decon module ivo ,i will have another go at lunar using a lot more images to give a better final result
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Burly wrote:Reprocessed using decon module ivo ,i will have another go at lunar using a lot more images to give a better final result
https://www.astrobin.com/edit/thumbnails/go1aqt/
"You are not allowed to see this page." :(

That said, when you do give it another go, I just noticed I forgot (now fixed) to update the documentation with advice to set Enhanced Deringing to 0% for planetary, solar and lunar images. It may yield a bit more detail in the shadows.
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