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Siril 0.9.12 is available

We are glad and proud to announce the release of the new Siril version: 0.9.12. This version containing a lot of improvement is accessible through the download section. For more information about the new features, please follow this link.

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.radmeas.2019.106201

Siril’s use in physics

Siril is not only used by amateur astrophotographers, but also by physicists from a completely different field! Source: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.radmeas.2019.106201

Siril 0.9.12 is now in RC1 version

The development of the new version of Siril continues, the version is now RC1…. This development version is available under Linux.

Siril 0.9.11 is available

We are glad and proud to announce the release of the new Siril version: 0.9.11. This version containing a lot of improvement is accessible through the download section. For more information about the new features, please follow this link.

MacOS Bundle

Hello, We are looking for a MacOS specialist who would be able to realize, or help us realize the MacOS Bundle. You can contact us at the following address: Thank you in advance for your help, The Siril development team

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M42 by Exaxe

Stephane Gonzales (Exaxe) shot M42 in deepksy lucky imaging. The result is so stunning that we want to share you the result. Take a seat, make your comfortable and enjoy. The English thread is on the Cloudy Night forum. To watch the full resolution follow the link.

One of the features of the next version of Siril : photometric color calibration

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LAJdBjPBi0w

Siril 0.9.10

Siril 0.9.10 has been released and brings its load of new features and improvements. It provides a new comet registration method, astrometry solving, previewing for processing functions, and new commands available for scripts. Windows support has been improved, in particular for special characters in file names. We also have moved to a gitlab source and…
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SiriL has moved to Gitlab

SiriL has moved to a new collaborative programming infrastructure hosted by Gitlab. The new URL is: https://gitlab.com/free-astro/siril On the end-user side, we also replaced our old bug submission form by the one from Gitlab.