Napioa - Wind Origins

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The moon, and stars and the milky way etc, will require quite different lenses. If you want to take images of the stars, you need a wide, fast (very low F-stop, generally lower then F/2.8) lens. You can get passable images of the milky way with a kit 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 however it is not great because you'll have to raise your ISO to compensate for a ...


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There exists software that automatically detects stars and planets in your astrophotography pictures. The technique is called plate solving, and they use a scale and rotation invariant hashing algorithm. Examples are: uniMap: a free/opensource astronomy software, [...] mainly developed to do the plate-solving (automated detection and sky catalog ...



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