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How to find Astronomical Targets to image
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Masterclass and Tutorials
These Tutorials provide a basic introduction. If you are new to image processing and are looking for software, then APP is a good way to start. Very popular are private tutorials that get you going right away - we cover all you need to know! If you are adventurous, then you can experience a unique astro-trip.
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