Hey all, I've just started to get into more advanced processing techniques and wanted to see what everyone else could do with this data. It isn't the greatest data ever taken so I've also provided darks, bias, and flat frames to go along with the lights.
For some background on the data it was taken over the course of 3 nights from my backyard. You'll notice the intense field curvature on the right hand side of every image, you'll also notice almost all of them are framed to the left side lol. Each frame is 5 minutes at ISO 1600 using my modified Canon 600D. You'll also notice the huge dust motes on the sensor, for the most part they can be ignored they come out completely with the flats I provided. Overall I hope this could be fun for some of you seasoned photographers as this data should be a little bit more of a challenge versus perfect clean CCD data from an expensive apochromat. I shot these with an Explore Scientific AR102 with no field flattener which I think is pretty evident lol.
Here's the link to the google drive with all the files: https://drive.google...Cth?usp=sharing
If you need any more information I'm happy to provide it I'm just interested in seeing how far the data can go in hands much more skilled than my own.