A Better Blink Tool – ASIFitsView

As much I love PixInsight for almost anything in regards to processing, for anyone that has used the blink tool to look at sub frames has likely discovered that it leaves a lot to be desired. It doesn’t de-bayer images, and it’s a bit cumbersome to “delete” images. I often find myself clicking the incorrect button and closing the entire stack of images, and then when you do manage to remove an image it stays in the list which can easily lead to confusion as to whether the light was actually removed. Recently I have been testing out ASI Studio […]

General Meeting and AP Group Meeting 7-9PM, Tues. 1/16 Lemoyne

Our January meetings will be held in-person (and via Zoom for snowbirds) next Tuesday, January 16 in Room 318 of the Science Center Addition (SCA) building on the campus of Lemoyne College, beginning at 7 PM. This month, one of our members, Bob Ostrander, will present a timely lecture entitled “Eclipses”. We will also vote to elect Doug Fenster to replace retiring board member, Greg Sigworth. After the general meeting, the newly-formed Astrophotography Group will meet from 8-9 PM to informally discuss tips and techniques of image processing. We’ll award this month’s winners of the Pretty Pix and Pixel Peepers […]

Members/Public Session Postponed to 11/11/23

SAS Members, Tonight’s public/member session is postponed until 11/11/23 due to weather. Tomorrow night we expect clear skies, so please join us at the Darling Hill Observatory for our final public session of the year. Temperatures are expected to be at or below freezing so please dress warmly. The chart room will be open with the heat on. Thank You.

Tony's EAA Presentation

The Syracuse Astronomical Society at Cedar Bay Park

On Friday October 13th the Syracuse Astronomical Society was hosted by the Town of Dewitt for an observing session with about 75 members of the public. The weather report showed that we might get a couple of hours of observing time and that held out as true. embers Jeff H., and Tony K. had EAA scopes setup in the park for an EAA presentation while members Alex J., Mike F., Mike Z., and John R had scopes setup for visual work. We could hear the ooh’s and ahh’s when people saw the rings of Saturn for the first time or […]