Creates a lightcurve database of series of images.
LightCurve is a module that creates light curves of a similar field of stars. This is useful in time domain astronomy in search of transient events and studies of variable stars, i.e. eclipsing binaries.
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from lightcurator import lightcurves as lc object_table = lc.makelist('') # parallelized alignment object_table = lc.paralign(object_table) # or serial alignment object_table = lc.align(object_table) # All-in-one object_table = lc.do_lightcurve(object_table)
The process follows:
- Take image list
- Align images
- Create a deepsky image
- Plate solve deepsky using
- Sorce extraction from deepsky image
- Create reference image with all candidate sources circled
- Match sources between aligned images
- Cross match sources from aligned images with sources from deepsky image
- Create Timeseries plot of different sources
- Cross match sources with catalogs like VSX and GCVS
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