Astrophotography with Fedora Astronomy Lab: Setting Up

You love astrophotography. You love Fedora Linux. What if you could do the former using the latter Capturing stunning and awe-inspiring astrophotographs processing them and editing them for printing or sharing online using Fedora is absolutely possible This tutorial guides you through the process of setting up a computer-guided telescope mount guide cameras imaging cameras and other pieces of equipment. A future article will cover capturing and processing data into pleasing images. Please note that while this article is written with certain aspects of the astrophotography process included or omitted based off my own equipment you can custom-tailor it to fit your own equipment and experience. Let8217s capture some photons.

This tutorial focuses on Fedora Astronomy Lab so it only makes sense that the first thing we should do is get it installed. But first a quick introduction based on the KDE Plasma desktop Fedora Astronomy Lab includes many pieces of open source software to aid astronomers in planning observations capturing data processing images and controlling astronomical equipment.


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