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Register images to az/el using the program

Project Description

Azimuth/Elevation converter for

Note: If you want to work with the intermediate steps (source extraction) or photometry, see my AstroPy-based examples.


python -m pip install -e . index files

If you use on your PC, you may need to install the index files and setup your config file to point at them:

Command line options

--h5 write az/el et al to HDF5
--mat write az/el et al to .mat Matlab save file
--png write az/el et al to PNG
-h to see all the options you can use

Examples installed on your PC:

python myimg.fits -c 61.2 -149.9 -t 2013-04-02T12:03:23Z --h5 --png

gives HDF5 .h5 with az/el ra/dec and PNG plots of the data. Both files contain the same data, just for your convenience.

The 61.2 -149.9 is your WGS84 coordinates, 2013-04-02T12:03:23Z is UTC time of the picture.

wcs.fits from the WEBSITE:

first rename wcs.fits to myimg.wcs:

python myimg.wcs -c 61.2 -149.9 -t 2013-04-02T12:03:23Z --h5 --png

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