Why do the sky backgrounds of my pictures vary so much between the types of objects?
Our proprietary image processing algorithm applies different parameters for each object (colorimetry, saturation, histogram …). That’s why you can see rendering differences between your photos of clusters, nebulae or galaxies. The quality of the photos also depend on the observation conditions (temperature, light pollution, transparency of the sky, turbulence …) and the level of difficulty of the star (magnitude…).
Our software is constantly evolving and updates are regularly made to improve the image processing and to refine the quality of the photos. You will quickly see tremendous progress in this area!
Full list of objects found in Stellinapp's catalog
Here you can find the list of pre-set objects saved in the Stellinapp to date. Note that non-cataloged objects are still accessible using the search with coordinates. We add new targets in the catalog in each release and a suggestion box is ...
What are the image formats available?
Today, 3 image formats are available with STELLINA: JPEG, TIFF, and FITS. These formats are really different from one to another. If you would like to know the strengths and weaknesses from each and how to extract them, please have a look at the ...
How many targets are accessible with Stellinapp?
The catalog of pre-set objects includes about 200 objects: the 110 objects of the Messier catalogue, a selection of the most interesting objects from the NGC and IC catalogues, planets, the Moon and other objects making the news (comet Atlas, ...
Where are your STELLINA pictures stored?
There are 3 ways to store your pictures taken with Stellina: On your Singularity app On your device (Smartphone or tablet) On a USB stick
Saving, sharing and editing STELLINA images
On this link, you can get a tutorial about image processing on the 3 diferrent kind ot formats used by STELLINA. It will advise which software to use depending on the selected image format and your level in image processing.