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Offline petevasey

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Counting Stars
« on: 10:05:18, 08 September, 2016 »
Does anyone know of a program for counting how many stars are in an image?

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Offline Roger B

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Re: Counting Stars
« Reply #1 on: 10:19:40, 08 September, 2016 »
Doesn't DSS count the stars for stacking / alignment ?      they may be an option to have 100% counted

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