Affiliates

The following companies support AstroBin.

Incanus Ltd.

http://www.astroplace.net/

APT stands for "Astro Photography Tool" and it is the Swiss army knife for your astro imaging sessions. No matter what camera you use - Canon EOS or ASCOM compatible CCD, APT has the right tool for planning, collimating, aligning, focusing, automatic focusing, framing, controlling, imaging, analyzing and monitoring. All its features are packed in an easy and comfortable to use interface with design that had no alternative back in 2009 when it was released. Since then APT is constantly being improved and refined by the real experience of many astro photographers from all over the world.


Give a try - the "demo" version includes almost everything and has no time limitations. In fact this "demo" is one of the most loaded astro applications available for free.


www.astroplace.net

O'Telescope Corporation

http://www.otelescope.com/

We build powerful, affordable, simple to use astrophotography software.

Astrokraai

http://www.autostakkert.com/

Providing freeware Lucky Imaging software AutoStakkert!
and Castrator

Softica Ltd.

http://www.dewheater.com/

Producer of affordable, made of excellent materials and highly affordable dew heaters. Available in sizes form 15 cm to 100 cm. Compatible with Kendrick.
Dew-not and AstroZap. However works without any controller.

andreaconsole

http://andreaconsole.altervista.org/

produzione software free e opensource per l'astronomia

Main Sequence Software

http://www.mainsequencesoftware.com/

Our goal is to provide a best-in-class image capture suite for astrophotography. Over the years we have been frustrated by a distinct lack of key features that make life easier under the stars. You have a lot of equipment and sometimes it is difficult to get it all working together. We have written software that is capable of executing complex sequences of capture events which will allow you to spend more time looking up and less time fighting with your rig.


We also feel strongly about providing software at down to earth prices. Let’s face it, astrophotography is expensive! You should be able to focus on the purchase of equipment without worrying about investing a fortune in software to control it .

Siril

http://free-astro.org/index.php/Siril

Siril is meant to be Iris for Linux (sirI-L). It is an astronomical image processing tool, able to convert, pre-process images, help aligning them automatically or manually, stack them and enhance final images.
Siril is free and open-source.