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FITS Viewer aperture?

7 months 4 days ago
kamisan
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FITS Viewer aperture? #40325
Is there a way to draw a box around a star in order to read the peak pixel value? Right now, I have to zoom in greatly and sweep the "finger" over each pixel to sample it.

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FITS Viewer aperture? #40327
Star Profile Viewer should make it easy to get the peak value. It shows on the graph with a label for the peak.

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Rob

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FITS Viewer aperture? #40328
You can click on the icon in the toolbar, select the area you want displayed in the graph by clicking, and then view the 3D graph.

You can also use the "slice view" graph to view a histogram plot either vertically or horizontally
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7 months 4 days ago
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FITS Viewer aperture? #40331
Hmm, I've got three installations of KStars:

1. Astroberry KStars 2.9.8, KDE 5.18.0
2. Ubuntu KStars 3.2.3, KDE 5.18.0
3. Windows KStars 3.0.0, KDE 5.52.0

The toolbar option you describe is only available on Windows (#3)

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7 months 4 days ago
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FITS Viewer aperture? #40332

kamisan wrote: Hmm, I've got three installations of KStars:

1. Astroberry KStars 2.9.8, KDE 5.18.0
2. Ubuntu KStars 3.2.3, KDE 5.18.0
3. Windows KStars 3.0.0, KDE 5.52.0

The toolbar option you describe is only available on Windows (#3)


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7 months 4 days ago
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FITS Viewer aperture? #40334
So the Windows and Mac versions will have the star profile viewer by default, the Linux version might or might not depending on your system packages. The Star profile viewer depends upon a fairly new QT module called Qt Data Visualization.

I think on ubuntu that might be this:

libqt5datavisualization5

libqt5datavisualization5-dev

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7 months 4 days ago
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FITS Viewer aperture? #40335
And yes AstroNerd, there is KStars on Windows and Mac. KDE programs are built in QT so they are cross platform and they are ported using a tool called craft.

For Info:
community.kde.org/Windows
community.kde.org/Mac

For downloads:
edu.kde.org/kstars/#download

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7 months 4 days ago
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FITS Viewer aperture? #40340
Thanks, guys.

"Star Profile" looks cool but since I am running the client and server on RPi 3B+ and remoting in over VAP, it looks like it uses quite a lot of CPU.

What I'll do instead is use AstroImageJ from my laptop to grab a 4MB FITS file from the Pi's Picture folder using SMB. It'll be faster.

Thanks again.

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