updated: 2021-07-19

Dithering is an important method of astrophotography and can help to remove unwanted artifacts when your sub-frames are stacked to form a master frame. Dithering means to shift the pointing of the telescope slightly in random directions between exposures. This allows hot and cold pixels, cosmic ray artifacts, and fixed pattern noise, and even satellite or airplane trails to be removed during the stacking process.

Automatic Dithering is supported by SGPro supported or ASIAIR Pro

Please read the following articles to learn more about dithering.


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