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Old 25-12-2010, 07:09 AM
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Would it be inappropriate to mention bias frames at this point? Just out of interest. Or is that throwing a log on the fire. I will go away if you wish. Should the flat be calibrated with a bias and dark? Or is that a Pixinsight process. Rocks, cans, bottles...
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Post #26, #29, #30.

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Thanks H. Skimming again and missed that - which answers my question.

I understand the process better than I have in the past.

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