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    Default Learning to use Registax



    I have been learning lately, to use Registax 6 more effectively.
    I processed this today, from a capture I made from last year, using my QHY5 monochrome planetary imaging / Autoguider camera.
    I'm looking forward to this years data collections. :-)
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    Hi John,

    That is a great looking image. I would like to see your processed data from this years collection when you're done. I'll be bet those images will look great too.

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