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Messier 106

by Alejandro Tombolini

Introduction

Image of DanielF publicated in Image Processing Challenges - Complete description of a RGB Image - Main notes: AutomaticBackgroundExtractor + DynamicBackgroundExtraction, Saturation + ACDNR, InterChannelCurves, incresase details with Multiscale Median Transoform. Date: Jun 2012.

Processing

Crop to correct borders.

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After that CanonBandingReduction - Amount:1 and Protect highlight: 1.

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Apply first AutomaticBackgroundExtractor.

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Second AutomaticBackgroundExtractor.

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First DynamicBackgroundExtraction.

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Second DynamicBackgroundExtraction.

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With AberationInspector (4,100,0) built a reference image to be used in BackgroundNeutralization.

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ColorCalibration.

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AberrationInspector (4,500,0) to built a Mosaic and on it generate the PSF to be used in deconvolution.

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Deconvolution protecting stars with starmask.

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HistogramTransformation.

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ColorSaturation.

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ACDNR to Chrominance.

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HistogramTransformation.

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InterChannelCurves protecting the galaxy to improve the background working in Luminance and with CIE c as target.

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ATrousWaveletTransform to a duplicate of the image to built a mask to protect galaxy.

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HistogramTransformation protecting galaxy.

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ATrousWaveletTransform protecting galaxy whit the previous mask.

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CurvesTransformation with inverted mask protecting background.

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MultiscaleMedianTransform with starmask.

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CurvesTransformation with starmask.

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Saturation of stars with inverted starmask to protect the background.

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Resample.

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Last Update: 12/04/2014 02:02 UT

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