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Using my 170 exposures of my Star Time lapse, I've stacked the images using DeepSkyStacker. Helping the brightness of the stars to come through.

I'm currently shooting at 30sec exposure and ISO100, can I increase my ISO levels by using Dark noise reduction to see more of the night sky, ie The Milky Way?

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  1. Dangerous Dave Astrophotography 55 months ago | reply

    Have you tried stacking them in StarTrails v1.1 too? That should give a different, but equally interesting result.

  2. Backflip Bedlem 55 months ago | reply

    Yea i gave that ago, quite good result, you can clearly see the 30 second intervals where the camera was taking its dark frames.

    I'm definitely more of a static star kind of guy!

  3. astrometry.net 52 months ago | reply

    Hello, this is the blind astrometry solver. Your results are:
    (RA, Dec) center:(242.021812279, 56.1052328699) degrees
    (RA, Dec) center (H:M:S, D:M:S):(16:08:5.235, +56:06:18.838)
    Orientation:-95.33 deg E of N

    Pixel scale:198.42 arcsec/pixel

    Parity:Reverse ("Left-handed")
    Field size :56.44 x 42.33 degrees

    Your field contains:
    The star Kochab (βUMi)
    The star Eltanin (γDra)
    The star ηDra
    The star Rastaban (βDra)
    The star ζHer
    The star Pherkad (γUMi)
    The star Altais (δDra)
    The star ζDra
    The star πHer
    The star Edasich (ιDra)

    View in World Wide Telescope

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    If you would like to have other images solved, please submit them to the astrometry group.

  4. Tom_Wharton 41 months ago | reply

    Whoa really good, check out my latest star picture!

  5. aivas14 39 months ago | reply

    Great work!!!

  6. michael251196 23 months ago | reply

    fuori fuoco...:)

  7. michael251196 23 months ago | reply

    guarda il mio album...

  8. chasen54 12 months ago | reply

    Love this shot! May I use this for an article? I'll be sure to give you credit and linkback.

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