When an observing request is completed, all of the images that are acquired are uploaded to your personal image archive, called My images. The image archive can be accessed by clicking on My Images on the left sidebar of TelescopeLive.
The archive is a scientific-grade archive of astronomical images, stored in FITS format, and automatically calibrated using optimal sets of calibration frames. From the image archive, you can download images to your computer.
By default, My images lists every image in chronological order, starting with the most recently acquired image, and divided in different pages. When you open the image archive for the first time you will see sample images from each telescope on the Telescope Live network; this is to give you an idea of the framing for each telescope and an idea of what the telescopes are capable of. You can click on the column headings to change the sorting. You can change page or change the number of images displayed per page at the bottom of the table.
To view a larger preview of each image, you can click on the action menu on the right of each row, and select Image information.
Using the Filters tab on the top right, you are able browse your image archive. You will be able to search for specific objects, searching by name or object coordinates, or to look for images coming from a specific telescope, or a specific imaging filter, acquired over a specific period of time.