Anandir le janvier 25, 2020, 01:01:52 13
Good morning,
I have a question regarding "multi-stars photometry". I've to measure a Quasar and I wished to use Siril for this task.
I've loaded the sequence and set the given comparison stars, but the "setmagseq" command only compute the magnitude of all the stars within the sequence with just one reference star, am I right?
But in case I've more reference stars with multiple magnitudes, the only way to "proper" compute the magnitude it's to export everything and do it on a spreadsheet, am I right?

Would it be nice to consider, for future versions, after 1.0 of course, to consider a way to accomplish that?

Thanks a lot in advance, and thanks for your amazing work  ;D ;D ;D!!!

lock042 le janvier 25, 2020, 01:13:32 13
We already can do in automatic way.
Please, take a look at : https://free-astro.org/videos/Exoplanets.webm
Then, apply the command setmagseq to one star with a magnitude close to the quasar. Then, the magnitude given will be the real magnitude.

Also, I don't know if you have read this post, but if not please do : https://www.forum.siril.org/index.php/topic,253.0.html