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astrometry-engine - Identify where a list of stars is on the sky
astrometry-engine [options] file [...]
This does the actual work of identifying where the list of stars is on the sky. It is run by solve-field.
-h, --help Print help -v, --verbose Be verbose -c, --config file Use this config file (default: "/etc/astrometry.cfg"); "none" for no config file -d, --base-dir dir Set base directory of all output filenames. -C, --cancel file Quit solving if this file appears -s, --solved file Write to this file when a field is solved -E, --to-stderr Send log message to stderr -f, --inputs-from file Read input filenames from the given file, "-" for stdin -i, --index file(s) Use the given index files (in addition to any specified in the config file); put in quotes to use wildcards, eg: "-i 'index-*.fits'" -p, --in-parallel Run the index files in parallel -D, --data-log file file Log data to the given filename
The Astrometry.net team. Principal investigators are David W. Hogg (NYU) and Dustin Lang (CMU).