Visual impressions of the Deep Sky

Observations, listed by date of observation.


Field name is the object's catalog name,
Field C is the catalog the object came from.

Field T denotes the telescope used,

Field L denotes the location. P: Pinnacles overlook,
B: Little Tycho Observatory, LBRP: Little Bennett Regional Park

Coordinates are J2000.

Doubles give the magnitudes, position angle, and separation of the pair from the most recent observations in the Washington double star catalog.

In the rare cases where the pair has a computed orbit, the position angle and separation from the orbital elements given by the Sixth Catalog of Orbits of Visual Binary Stars.

Sources:

Burnham: Robert Burnham, Celestial Handbook, 1978.

DSS and/or WikiSky: DSS2 All Sky Survey.

HNGC: The NGC IC Project, http://www.ngcicproject.org/.

Steinicke: Wolfgang Steinicke, Historic NGC/IC, 2013.

NameCRADecTLDateObservation
R LepV4h 59m 36.34s-14 48' 16.34" C-8B2005-12-30 20:00:00A very red star of 8.5 mv. Always a stunner
STF 2264D18h 1m 30.41s21 35' 44.8" C-8B2006-05-24 04:00:00AKA 95 Her. One of the best in the sky. Two yellow stars, delicately tinted red and green. A splendid sight. WDS data: 4.85 - 5.20mv, A5IIIn, 257° pa, 6.3", 2010.
khi CygV19h 50m 33.94s32 54' 49.48" C-8B2006-06-03 03:00:00 A yellow orange star. I didn't record the magnitude.
STF 2758ABD21h 6m 53.94s38 44' 57.89" C-8B2006-06-03 03:00:00AKA 61 Cyg. A wide pair of yellow orange stars. Fairly pretty. WDS data: 5.20 - 6.05mv, K5VK7V, 152° pa, 31.4", 2010.
NGC 7009N21h 4m 12s-11 22' 0" C-8B2006-07-24 03:00:00 The celebrated "Saturn" nebula has never looked to me like saturn. It looks like a bright, blueish ellipse, with perhaps a hint of mottling. Perhaps darker skies and higher power will show more.
mu CepV21h 43m 30.34s58 46' 46.88" C-8B2006-07-24 03:00:00Hershel's "Garnet" star is indeed orange. Perhaps its redness has something to do with interstellar absorbtion, as it is only an M2. An interesting star but visually, it doesn't live up to it's billing.
NGC 7662N23h 25m 54s42 33' 0" C-8B2006-07-24 03:00:00One of the highest surface brightness planetaries in the sky, and easily found, even in this degree of light pollution. A blue disc, much like Uranus, although larger and fainter.
LAL 123D15h 33m 9.52s-24 29' 25" C-8P2006-08-01 11:15:00 A nice pair. WDS data: 7.02 - 7.00mv, A3+F0V:, 301° pa, 9.0", 2007.
STF 2180D17h 28m 58.16s50 52' 13" C-8P2006-08-01 11:15:00An exquisite pair of white stars. WDS data: 7.79 - 8.06mv, A7IV, 259° pa, 3.0", 2009.
STF 180ACD1h 53m 31.76s19 17' 38.59" C-8B2006-08-04 21:00:00 AKA Gamma Aries. A lovely double star! Burnham places their separation at 7.8", the WDS gives it as 10.2, and I saw them as approximately 5". B9 and A0. WDS data: 4.52 - 8.63mv, U, 81° pa, 216.8", 2008.
STF 205A BCD2h 3m 53.91s42 19' 47" C-8B2006-08-04 21:00:00AKA Gamma And, Almach. A K3 and an A0, which appear gold and pastel blue. One of the finest in the sky, and always a delight to look at. WDS data: 2.31 - 5.02mv, K3IIb, 63° pa, 9.5", 2011.
STF 2738ABD20h 58m 32.22s16 26' 12.2" C-8B2006-08-04 21:00:00 A "swept up " double. A pair of 7.5-8.5 Mv stars separated by 15 ". WDS gives the same values! WDS data: 7.51 - 8.57mv, F5VA0, 254° pa, 14.8", 2009.
BRT 2502D22h 2m 41.88s22 15' 24.9" C-8B2006-08-04 21:00:00A "swept up" double. A pair of 10 Mv stars, seen as approximately 10" apart. WDS gives them 4.5". WDS data: 11.69 - 12.39mv, U, 233° pa, 16.4", 2007.
ES 1502ACD2h 24m 4.38s41 36' 10.89" C-8B2006-08-05 21:00:00 A "swept up" double. A faint, wide pair of 10-11 Mv stars. I recorded the position angle as approximately 40, WDS gives it as 25. I saw the separation as 8", WDS as 6.7". WDS data: 10.90 - 11.19mv, U, 25° pa, 15.2", 1998.
STF 2670D20h 22m 13.33s16 22' 22" C-8B2006-08-05 21:00:00A "swept up" double. A faint, wide pair of 9 Mv stars. WDS data: 9.19 - 10.60mv, A5, 77° pa, 15.6", 2010.
STF 2804ABD21h 32m 58.3s20 42' 44.5" C-8B2006-08-05 21:00:00One exquisite little double. They appear brighter than their listed 7.7,8.0 Mv in the WDS. At 3" the pair is barely elongated at low (50x)power, but they separate quite nicely at 231x. WDS data: 7.70 - 8.04mv, F5V, 357° pa, 3.3", 2010.
NGC 7331N22h 37m 6s34 25' 0" C-8B2006-08-05 21:00:00 This galaxy is bright enough to punch through the light pollution above my backyard. It was elongated in position angle 0 degrees, and slightly brighter along its western edge.
STF 100ABD1h 13m 43.8s7 34' 31.79" C-8B2006-08-20 21:00:00A nice yellow-white, yellow pair. WDS gives them as A7 and F7. WDS data: 5.22 - 6.26mv, A7IVF7V, 62° pa, 23.7", 2011.
STF 202ABD2h 2m 2.8s2 45' 49.4" C-8B2006-08-20 21:00:00AKA Alpha Psc. I saw this pair as being separated by 2" and in position angle approximately 270 degrees. Burnham gives it as 1.9" and position angle 292. A close double. WDS data: 4.10 - 5.17mv, A0pA3m, 267° pa, 1.8", 2010.
STF 227D2h 12m 22.28s30 18' 11.1" C-8B2006-08-20 21:00:00A pastel yellow and blue pair. Nice WDS data: 5.26 - 6.67mv, G0III, 69° pa, 3.8", 2010.
STF 232D2h 14m 42.15s30 23' 41.2" C-8B2006-08-20 21:00:00 Two exquisite stars, A0, white. position angle approximately 240 degrees. WDS data: 7.82 - 7.90mv, A0V, 67° pa, 6.5", 2007.
STF 326ABD2h 55m 39.06s26 52' 23.59" C-8B2006-08-20 21:00:00A K2 and a dM1, Burnham gives the brightnesses as 7.5 and 9.5, but the 9.5 Mv looked fainter. This is confirmed by the WDS which give it as 10.0 Mv. The WDS also lists the primary as a G5. WDS data: 7.68 - 10.02mv, G5, 221° pa, 4.7", 2010.
NGC 6791N19h 20m 42s37 51' 0" C-8B2006-09-02 20:30:00A faint, but rich, open cluster.
NGC 6891N20h 15m 12s12 42' 0" C-8B2006-09-02 20:30:00Suprisingly faint for a small planetary (15"x7").
V0444 CygV20h 19m 32.38s38 43' 50.6" C-8B2006-09-02 20:30:00A WN eclipsing binary. Need to make a finder chart. Interesting star.
NGC 55N0h 14m 54s-39 11' 0" C-8P2006-09-17 21:00:00A large, uniformly bright streak. Impressive.
STT 5D0h 18m 42.15s43 47' 28.09" C-8B2006-09-17 21:00:00AKA 30 Ari. A nice double A:6 Mv, Burnham: 7 Mv. WDS data: 6.0 - 9.7mv, B8V, 240° pa, 6.4", 2002.
NGC 221N0h 42m 42s40 52' 0" C-8B2006-09-17 21:00:00AKA M32. A low contrast ellipse near M 31. M 110 was to faint to be seen.
STF 174D1h 50m 8.6s22 16' 29.49" C-8B2006-09-17 21:00:00A white-orange pair. Very nice. WDS data: 6.33 - 7.21mv, G3III, 165° pa, 2.8", 2010.
NGC 6838N19h 53m 48s18 47' 0" C-8B2006-09-17 21:00:0015-20 stars were seen with averted vision, emeshed in the granulated haze of the rest of the cluster.
NGC 6853N19h 59m 36s22 43' 0" C-8B2006-09-17 21:00:00 The "dumb-bell" shape was seen this evening. Very nice object.
NGC 6934N20h 34m 12s7 24' 0" C-8B2006-09-17 21:00:00 Rather faint, I could barely granulate the cluster.
STFA 56D21h 37m 43.64s6 37' 6" C-8B2006-09-17 21:00:00AKA 3 Peg. An exquisite pair. WDS data: 6.18 - 7.50mv, A2V, 348° pa, 39.1", 2010.
R CasV23h 58m 23.94s51 23' 18.04" C-8B2006-09-17 21:00:00Perhaps seen as a 7 mv orange red star.
NGC 246N0h 47m 0s-11 53' 0" C-8B2006-09-20 03:30:00 Perhaps seen. Extremely low contrast, if so.
NGC 628N1h 36m 42s15 47' 0" C-8Backyard2006-09-20 03:30:00Found with a detailed finder chart. Only the nucleus was visible, the envelope was washed out by the bright sky.
omi CetV2h 19m 20.63s-2 58' 24.13" C-8B2006-09-20 03:30:00Mira. A yellow orange star of approximately 7 mv.
NGC 1068N2h 42m 42s-0 1' 0" C-8B2006-09-20 03:30:00 Looks like a fuzzy star. Much easier than M 74, but the outer envelope was quite invisible. The LPR filter was of no help.
STF 299ABD2h 43m 18.04s3 14' 8.89" C-8B2006-09-20 03:30:00A close pair, approximately 1.5 inch apart, position angle approximately 45 degrees. Burnham gives position angle as 295, WDS as 283. WDS data: 3.54 - 6.18mv, A1V, 283° pa, 2.8", 2006.
STF 307ABD2h 50m 41.81s55 53' 43.79" C-8B2006-09-20 03:30:00 A lovely orange and blue pair. WDS data: 3.76 - 8.50mv, M3Ib-IIa, 295° pa, 31.2", 2008.
STF 494D4h 8m 53.5s23 5' 55.1" C-8B2006-09-20 03:30:00 An exquisitely matched pair, one slightly redder than the other. WDS data: 7.53 - 7.65mv, A8IVA8IV, 188° pa, 5.3", 2008.
R LepV4h 59m 36.34s-14 48' 16.34" C-8B2006-09-20 03:30:00Red orange, approximately 7 mv.
DV TauV5h 31m 6.3s18 33' 44.72" C-8B2006-09-20 03:30:00A yellow orange M6 star. The brighter CE Tau is in the same field.
CE TauV5h 32m 12.76s18 35' 45.93" C-8B2006-09-20 03:30:00A yellow orange M2 star. The fainter DV Tau is in the same field.
STF 738ACD5h 35m 8.28s9 56' 3" C-8B2006-09-20 03:30:00 AKA Lambda Ori. A: dazzlingly white, with a bit of pastel blue. Burnham: bright white. A very nice double. WDS data: 3.51 - 10.72mv, 08, 185° pa, 28.7", 2008.
NGC 224N0h 42m 42s41 16' 0" C-8B2006-09-26 03:30:00 Only the nucleus of this huge spiral is visible, as a large, low contrast elliptical glow, brighter in the middle.
NGC 650N1h 42m 18s51 34' 0" C-8B2006-09-26 03:30:00A very low contrast object in these light polluted skies. One can see the "peanut" shape that gives it it's popular name. The LPR filter helped with this one, as did the early hour and clear skies.
W OriV5h 5m 23.69s1 10' 44.49" C-8B2006-09-26 03:30:00The star appears to be more red than R Lep! Approximately 7-8 mv.
STF 668A BCD5h 14m 32.27s-8 12' 5" C-8B2006-09-26 03:30:00 Rigel, Beta Ori. Nice double. The companion is just outside of Rigel's brilliant glare. It looks as if it shines by reflected light, and seems almost grey, although it is a B9 star. A bright companion can strongly influence one's perceptions of the secondary. WDS data: 0.3 - 6.8mv, B8Iae:, 204° pa, 9.3", 2009.
NGC 2068N5h 46m 42s0 3' 0" C-8B2006-09-26 03:30:00 A low contrast bit of nebulosity involving 2 stars, about 40" apart, position angle approximately 20 degrees. It was not helped by the LPR filter. Burnham gives the distance as 53", and give the position angle as 18 degrees.
NGC 2068N5h 46m 42s0 3' 0" C-8B2006-09-26 03:30:00 Very faint, if seen at all.
NGC 2158N6h 7m 30s24 6' 0" C-8B2006-09-26 03:30:00A very faint brightening of the sky near M 35. Only seen when the telescope was slewing.
NGC 2168N6h 8m 54s24 20' 0" C-8B2006-09-26 03:30:00 A field filling cluster of bright stars. Approximately 1 degrees in size.
STF 895D6h 20m 48.34s5 44' 26.2" C-8B2006-09-26 03:30:00 Perhaps the wide separation caused me to miss this faint (8.3, 9.6 Mv) pair? It is not in Burnham, but Webb raves about it, quoting John Herschel as claiming the pair is full ruby red and green. WDS data: 8.26 - 9.62mv, M3Ib-II, 59° pa, 29.1", 2003.
STF 919ABD6h 28m 49.07s-7 1' 59" C-8B2006-09-26 03:30:00A beautiful triple of stars. Needs high power. WDS data: 4.62 - 5.00mv, B3VeB3ne, 127° pa, 6.6", 2009.
TX PscV23h 46m 23.57s3 29' 13.71" C-8B2006-09-26 03:30:00A bright yellow orange star, approximately 5-6 mv.
STF 470ACD3h 54m 17.48s-2 57' 17" C-8B2006-09-30 03:30:00A very nice pair, position angle approximately 350 degrees. WDS data: 4.80 - 10.50mv, U, 5° pa, 165.9", 2003.
NGC 1514N4h 9m 12s30 47' 0" C-8B2006-09-30 03:30:00 This faint planetary is washed out to the point of invisibility in these light polluted skies.
STF 518A BCD4h 15m 17.57s-7 38' 41" C-8B2006-09-30 03:30:00AKA Omicron or 40 Eri. A: Yellow, Burnham: faint white. I did not split the secondary, but I also did not try. It was enough for this time simply to see the white dwarf! I saw that A-B position angle as approximately 90 degrees. WDS data: 4.51 - 9.7mv, G9V+DA, 104° pa, 83.8", 2008.
STF 698ABD5h 25m 12.94s34 51' 18.59" C-8B2006-09-30 03:30:00A swept up double. A: 7 Mv, Burnham: 8 Mv, Separation: approximately 15 arc seconds, position angle approximately 15 degrees. (Burnham gives the separation as 31.2" , WDS as 31.1. So much for guessing at the eyepiece. I tend to see things closer than they are). WDS data: 6.65 - 8.33mv, K2III, 350° pa, 31.2", 2007.
S AurV5h 27m 7.42s34 9' 7.57" C-8B2006-09-30 03:30:00A yellow star? Perhaps this star was not visible?
NGC 1912N5h 28m 42s35 50' 0" C-8B2006-09-30 03:30:00 A very nice cluster, approximately 40 arc minutes in size.
STF 752ABD5h 35m 25.97s-5 54' 35.59" C-8B2006-09-30 03:30:00A:4 Mv,B:7 Mv. position angle is 135, separation is 20 arc seconds. All estimates here are just that, estimates! WDS data: 2.9 - 9.7mv, U, 103� pa, 49.4", 2002.
STF 774ABD5h 40m 45.52s-1 56' 33.3" C-8B2006-09-30 03:30:00AKA Zeta Ori, Alnitak. The southwestern star of the belt. Even with fairly decent seeing (Pickering 7), the pair is difficult. The secondary sits in the third or forth diffraction ring of the primary. WDS data: 1.88 - 3.7mv, O9.7Ibe, 167.1° pa, 2.36", 2013.
H 6 40D5h 44m 27.79s-22 26' 54" C-8B2006-09-30 03:30:00AKA Gamma Lep. A lovely, wide pair, position angle approximately 15 degrees. WDS data: 3.64 - 6.28mv, F6VK2V, 348° pa, 95.6", 2008.
NGC 2392N7h 29m 12s20 55' 0" C-8B2006-09-30 03:30:00 A medium sized, bright planetary nebula. I was able to make it "blink". Very nice!
STF 919ABD6h 28m 49.07s-7 1' 59" C-8B2006-10-06 03:00:00A lovely triple. Looks double at 50x, indeed, hard to resolve at that power, plainly triple at 133X WDS data: 4.62 - 5.00mv, B3VeB3ne, 127° pa, 6.6", 2009.
NGC 2264N6h 41m 6s9 53' 0" C-8B2006-10-06 03:00:00A lovely group of sparklers. The Xmas tree cluster, and looks it.
STT 191D8h 24m 49.17s20 9' 10.79" C-8B2006-10-08 20:00:00 A wide double with delicate yellow-blue colors. WDS data: 7.41 - 8.62mv, A5, 192° pa, 38.1", 2011.
STFA 39D18h 50m 4.79s33 21' 45" C-8B2006-10-08 20:00:00AKA Beta Lyra. Both stars appear brilliantly white against the twilight glow in which they were observed, at 19:15. This is, of course, the famous eclipsing binary, the enigma of Lyra. WDS data: 3.63 - 6.69mv, B7Ve+A8p, 148° pa, 45.4", 2009.
NGC 6779N19h 16m 36s30 11' 0" C-8B2006-10-08 20:00:00 Nebulous at 50x, a few stars are resolved at 133x.
NGC 6826N19h 44m 48s50 31' 0" C-8B2006-10-08 20:00:00A small, bright planetary. "Blinks" nicely at 133x. It appears grey, I could not see any green or blue color.
H 5 137D19h 45m 51.35s35 0' 45" C-8B2006-10-08 20:00:00AKA STTA 191. A wide double with delicate yellow-blue colors. WDS data: 6.22 - 8.18mv, G9III, 24° pa, 40.7", 2010.
NGC 6853N19h 59m 36s22 43' 0" C-8B2006-10-08 20:00:00 The "dumb-bell" structure was observed in the 30mm with the LPR filter. Unfiltered, M 27 is a very low contrast object in the light pollution, a far cry from the detail it shows in dark skies.
STF 2727ABD20h 46m 39.49s16 7' 27.4" C-8B2006-10-08 20:00:00Gamma Del. One of the nicest doubles in the sky. Primary is a deep yellow, secondary a pale yellow. WDS data: 4.36 - 5.03mv, K1IVF7V, 266° pa, 9.0", 2010.
T LyrV18h 32m 20.1s36 59' 52.42" C-8B2006-10-09 20:00:00A very red star, as red as R Lep. Approximately 9 mv.
ES 2028ABD18h 54m 30.28s36 53' 55" C-8B2006-10-09 20:00:00 Delta Lyrae. A pastel blue and orange pair in a beautiful field. This is not a double listed by the WDS. The secondary of ES 2028AB is an 11.2mv star much closer to the 4.3mv orange star. The proper motions of these two bright stars, A: -7.4, 4.1; Burnham: 0.8, -3.1, show that they are not in common proper montion. WDS data: 4.30 - 11.2mv, M4II, 351° pa, 86.6", 2009.
U CygV20h 19m 36.35s47 53' 37.84" C-8B2006-10-09 20:00:00 A faint, red N star of approximately 11 Mv, if the nearby companion is 10 Mv.
V CygV20h 41m 18.2s48 8' 28.15" C-8B2006-10-09 20:00:00 Record setting red! approximately 9.0mv.
STF 2789ABD21h 19m 58.83s52 58' 44.1" C-8B2006-10-09 20:00:00 An exquisite double. A pair of 7 Mv stars, at 7 arc second distance. I saw the position angle as approximately 310 degrees. WDS data: 7.71 - 7.87mv, F8V, 114° pa, 6.4", 2008.
RV CygV21h 43m 16.24s38 1' 0.95" C-8B2006-10-09 20:00:00A "dusky" red star, not as intense a red as V Cyg. Only the palest orange in this smoky red star. In a lovely field.
NGC 598N1h 33m 54s30 39' 0" C-8P2006-10-13 23:00:00A face on Sc. An obvious large smudge in triangulum. Glimpsed with averted vision, naked eye. 7 x 50 Fujinons
NGC 628N1h 36m 42s15 47' 0" C-8P2006-10-13 23:00:00 A face on Sc. Easily seen, as opposed to trying to located it in the glowing skies in my backyard.
NGC 6514N18h 2m 18s-23 2' 0" C-8P2006-10-13 23:00:00Just north of M8, the nebulosity is more uniform that M8's, and fainter. The "Trifid" nature is not so apparent, as it's difficult to see the dark lanes cutting the nebula into 3 parts. It looks more like a cloud crossed by some slightly darker lines. There is a concentration of stars about the nebula, but the entire field looks like a cluster, which, in a way it is: the Sagittarius arm cluster!
NGC 6523N18h 3m 48s-24 23' 0" C-8P2006-10-13 23:00:00One of the glories of Sagittarius, a constellation that harbors may of them. Bright nebulosity illuminated by glittering stars. Always a beautiful, moving sight. Visible to the naked eye.
NGC 6656N18h 36m 24s-23 54' 0" C-8P2006-10-13 23:00:00The brightest of the Sagittarius globulars. Its brilliance is a bit overshadowed by the brightness of the milky way that forms a background to the cluster. The cluster is easily resolved with direct vision, and seemingly hundreds of stars are in plain view. Averted vision shows a luminous mass of stars, looking like a pile of spilled sugar.
NGC 6705N18h 51m 6s-6 16' 0" C-8P2006-10-13 23:00:00AKA M 11. A large, rich cluster. Perhaps 100 stars are visible with direct vision, and hundreds more appear with averted vision. A wonderful sight.
NGC 7006N21h 1m 30s16 11' 0" C-8P2006-10-13 23:00:00 An extremely distant cluster. Faint, but easily seen in these dark skies. Granulated, and almost resolved. It's always nice to use Gamma Del as a setting circle check when locating NGC 7006.
NGC 7089N21h 33m 30s-0 49' 0" C-8P2006-10-13 23:00:00 A superb globular. It stands alone in a sparsly populated region of the sky, and is extremely condensed. It was well resolved in the Celestron, but I found myself wishing for a telescope ten times its aperture, and dark skies to go with it.
NGC 7293N22h 29m 36s-20 48' 0" C-8P2006-10-13 23:00:00 The largest of the planetaries was faint. It's central hole was fainter still, but not as faint as the surrounding sky. A large, low contrast object.
NGC 7492N23h 8m 24s-15 37' 0" C-8P2006-10-13 23:00:00 This was just a extremely subtle brightening of the sky. It was not granulated. It was more easily seen when the telescope was slewing. That I saw it at all with a 20cm was amazing. A very challenging object.
VX AndV0h 19m 54.09s44 42' 35" C-8B2006-10-21 20:00:00A pastel red star. Approximately 8-8.5 Mv.
V AqlV19h 4m 24.23s-5 41' 11.29" C-8B2006-10-21 20:00:00Red, but more pastel than V Cyg. Lovely.
NGC 6751N19h 5m 54s-6 0' 0" C-8B2006-10-21 20:00:00A very faint planetary in the light pollution near downtown DC. Barely visible in the 24.5, 80X eyepiece. It was a bit better using the LPR filter on the 30mm.
STF 2474ABD19h 9m 4.35s34 35' 59.9" C-8B2006-10-21 20:00:00It'sa better sight in a C8 telescope that Epsilon. The fainter star in each pair is slightly redder than it's white primary. A delight! WDS data: 6.78 - 7.88mv, G1V, 263° pa, 15.5", 2010.
U CygV20h 19m 36.35s47 53' 37.84" C-8B2006-10-21 20:00:00Fainter than V Cyg, and a more pastel, brownish red. Approximately 9.5mv.
V CygV20h 41m 18.2s48 8' 28.15" C-8B2006-10-21 20:00:00 A very red star! Quite a standout amongst the star fields of Cygnus. Approximately 8.5mv.
V AqrV20h 46m 49.45s2 26' 10.47" C-8B2006-10-21 20:00:00Red, but more pastel than V Cyg. Lovely.
NGC 7027N21h 7m 6s42 14' 0" C-8B2006-10-21 20:00:00 A bright, pale blue planetary. Approximately 8"x5". Holds high power well (500x). The central star was not visible.
NGC 7078N21h 30m 0s12 10' 0" C-8B2006-10-21 20:00:00 A field of sparklers at 500x. Even the core is partially resolved. Lovely!
RX PegV21h 56m 22.19s22 51' 38.63" C-8B2006-10-21 20:00:00A pastel dusky red star approximately 9 mv.
STF 470ACD3h 54m 17.48s-2 57' 17" C-8B2006-10-29 03:00:00AKA 32 Eri. A: yellow, Burnham: Pastel green. The green is almost grass green. WDS data: 4.80 - 10.50mv, U, 5° pa, 165.9", 2003.
STF 590D4h 43m 35.16s-8 47' 46.39" C-8B2006-10-29 03:00:00AKA 55 Eri. A: pastel red, Burnham: a very pastel blue green. Nice double. WDS data: 6.74 - 6.78mv, G5III, 318° pa, 9.2", 2011.
R LepV4h 59m 36.34s-14 48' 16.34" C-8B2006-10-29 03:00:00Red, as always. About 9 mv
W OriV5h 5m 23.69s1 10' 44.49" C-8B2006-10-29 03:00:00A red orange N star of approximately 7 mv.
NGC 1904N5h 24m 30s-24 33' 0" C-8B2006-10-29 03:00:00The seeing this morning was horrible, the cluster was not even granulated.
NGC 1952N5h 34m 30s22 1' 0" C-8B2006-10-29 03:00:00The celebrated crab nebula is but a dim smudge from my backyard.
NGC 2099N5h 52m 24s32 33' 0" C-8B2006-10-29 03:00:00 The richest, but faintest of the Auriga Messier clusters. Overall, a beautiful cluster that would be better served by darker skies.
STF 774ABD5h 40m 45.52s-1 56' 33.3" C-8B2006-10-31 03:30:00Due the the brightness of the primary, the 5.5 Mv secondary is hard to see, even at a separation of 2.3 arc seconds. The seeing this morning was very poor. It might be easier on a better night. WDS data: 1.88 - 3.7mv, O9.7Ibe, 167.1° pa, 2.36", 2013.
BL OriV6h 25m 28.14s14 43' 25.26" C-8B2006-10-31 03:30:00 A red orange star of about 6.0mv.
STF 589ABD4h 44m 48.22s5 17' 22.3" C-8B2006-10-31 03:40:00 A pair of 8 Mv stars. The "dim twins". WDS data: 8.78 - 8.92mv, G5, 279° pa, 4.4", 2006.
V0431 OriV5h 15m 56.53s11 58' 5.44" C-8B2006-10-31 03:40:00A pastel red star whose color seemed to diminish at higher powers.
Y TauV5h 45m 39.37s20 41' 48.68" C-8B2006-10-31 03:40:00A red orange star of 7 mv.
STF 589ABD4h 44m 48.22s5 17' 22.3" C-8B2006-11-03 03:30:00 An unimpressive pair of 8 Mv yellow stars. WDS data: 8.78 - 8.92mv, G5, 279° pa, 4.4", 2006.
UV AurV5h 21m 48.84s32 30' 51.25" C-8B2006-11-03 03:30:00A pastel red-orange star of approximately 9 mv.
STF 696D5h 22m 50s3 32' 40" C-8B2006-11-03 03:30:00AKA 23 Ori. Nice. The primary shows a faintly pastel green tint about it. WDS data: 4.95 - 6.76mv, B1V, 30° pa, 31.5", 2009.
NGC 1904N5h 24m 30s-24 33' 0" C-8B2006-11-03 03:30:00Barely granulated, if at all. The stars in this cluster are 14 Mv or fainter.
STF 747ABD5h 35m 2.68s-6 0' 7.2" C-8B2006-11-03 03:30:00A wide double, southwest of Iota Ori. WDS data: 4.70 - 5.51mv, B0.5VB1V, 224° pa, 36.0", 2010.
STF 752ABD5h 35m 25.97s-5 54' 35.59" C-8B2006-11-03 03:30:00The 2.8 Mv O9 primary is a brilliant blue white, the secondary a meer B9 6.7 Mv star looks almost grey, as though shining by light reflected from the primary. A spectacular double, whose glory is dwarfed by the nearby Orion Nebula, M 42. WDS data: 2.9 - 9.7mv, U, 103� pa, 49.4", 2002.
CR GemV6h 34m 23.85s16 4' 36.61" C-8B2006-11-03 03:30:00A very red star, considering its faintness. About 10 mv. As with many red stars, this one looks dusky.
VW GemV6h 42m 8.69s31 27' 24.66" C-8B2006-11-03 03:30:00A dark red orange star, almost brown. About 9.0mv. Cool star, in more ways than one!
T CncV8h 56m 40.33s19 51' 0.71" C-8B2006-11-03 03:30:00A rather red star. About 9 mv.
U CygV20h 19m 36.35s47 53' 37.84" C-8B2006-11-09 19:00:00A dusky red star. Like a red light seen through a cloud of smoke, which it very likely is.
V CygV20h 41m 18.2s48 8' 28.15" C-8B2006-11-09 19:00:00 A very red star. Impressive.
NGC 7078N21h 30m 0s12 10' 0" C-8B2006-11-09 19:00:00 At 500x, this cluster is amazing. Approximately 100-300 stars are resolved, with beautiful chains of stars seeming to come from the center of the cluster. At 50x, the stars were so compressed that it was difficult to see any resolution.
TX PscV23h 46m 23.57s3 29' 13.71" C-8B2006-11-09 19:00:00A bright red orange star, of around 6 mv.
NGC 2682N8h 50m 24s11 49' 0" C-8B2006-11-25 04:00:00 A lovely cluster with only a few doubles. Half fills the 80x field.
T CncV8h 56m 40.33s19 51' 0.71" C-8B2006-11-25 04:00:00Very pastel red ~ 10 mv. Hard to see the color in this faint a star.
RT GemV6h 46m 34.9s18 36' 56.27" C-8B2006-11-25 05:00:00A very pastel red star. The color is hard to see at this faintness, which is about 10 mv.
STF 227D2h 12m 22.28s30 18' 11.1" C-8B2006-11-25 19:30:00AKA 6 or Iota Tri. A very nice double! WDS data: 5.26 - 6.67mv, G0III, 69° pa, 3.8", 2010.
NGC 1024N2h 39m 12s10 51' 0" C-8B2006-11-25 19:30:00 A 10.5 Mv galaxy 4' x 1', invisible in these light polluted skies. Addendum: It's actually 14mv.
NGC 1039N2h 42m 0s42 47' 0" C-8B2006-11-25 19:30:00AKA M 34. Another rich cluster containing many doubles, especially in the center.
NGC 1068N2h 42m 42s-0 1' 0" C-8B2006-11-25 19:30:00 Only the center of the galaxy was seen. It looked like a fuzzy star.
STF 336D3h 1m 29.06s32 24' 45.8" C-8B2006-11-25 19:30:00A pastel yellow and blue pair. Nice. WDS data: 6.96 - 8.27mv, G5IV, 8° pa, 8.6", 2010.
Y PerV3h 27m 41.93s44 10' 41.68" C-8B2006-11-25 19:30:00A red-orange star of about 9.5 mv.
STF 443ABD3h 47m 2.1s41 25' 38.1" C-8B2006-11-25 19:30:00Two yellow stars. A second pair, listed as 11 - 13.5 Mv, was not visible. Lovely pair. WDS data: 8.20 - 8.82mv, K1VK2V, 55° pa, 7.0", 2007.
TT TauV4h 51m 31.17s28 31' 44.1" C-8B2006-11-25 19:30:00A brick red star of about 8 mv. It was surprisingly red, given it's faintness.
VX AndV0h 19m 54.09s44 42' 35" C-8B2006-12-08 19:30:00A brown-red star. Kathie saw it as red.
AQ AndV0h 27m 31.79s35 35' 15" C-8B2006-12-08 19:30:00 A pale red-orange-brown star. About 7.5mv
NGC 253N0h 47m 36s-25 17' 0" C-8B2006-12-10 20:00:00A very faint smudge in the 36x eyepiece, drowned in the light pollution.
RT GemV6h 46m 34.9s18 36' 56.27" C-8B2006-12-10 20:00:00Very pastel red ~ 10 mv. Hard to see the color in this faint a star.
STF 1065D7h 22m 15.11s50 8' 55.7" C-8B2006-12-10 20:00:00AKA 20 Lynx. A pair of 8 Mv stars. White. WDS data: 7.51 - 7.67mv, A6II, 255° pa, 14.9", 2005.
STT 81ABD4h 24m 37.45s33 57' 34.89" C-8B2006-12-13 03:00:00AKA 56 Per. An interesting pair. B is quite faint. WDS data: 5.84 - 9.25mv, F4IV-V, 16° pa, 4.3", 2007.
STF 616ABD4h 59m 15.41s37 53' 24.89" C-8B2006-12-13 03:00:00A nice pair A, yellow white, B dusky orange. A is listed as an A1, so the yellow-white is puzzling. Perhaps interstellar reddening? WDS data: 5.00 - 8.21mv, A1V, 7° pa, 4.7", 2010.
STF 667D5h 14m 41.3s-7 4' 18.1" C-8B2006-12-13 03:00:00Not found. WDS data: 7.15 - 8.78mv, K2, 316° pa, 4.2", 2004.
STF 900D6h 23m 46.09s4 35' 34" C-8B2006-12-13 03:00:00AKA 8 Mon. A nice, wide pair of yellow stars. The double star catalog lists them as an A5 and F5, so perhaps there's a bit of interstellar reddening here. WDS data: 4.44 - 12.7mv, U, 254° pa, 91.8", 2008.
STF 926ABD6h 31m 40.53s5 46' 8.79" C-8B2006-12-13 03:00:00An unimpressive double. WDS data: 7.23 - 8.62mv, A1p, 288° pa, 10.8", 2007.
R MonV6h 39m 9.92s8 44' 15.34" C-8B2006-12-13 03:00:00A white star. The celebrated nebula NGC 2261, Hubble's variable nebula, was not visible.
STF 953D6h 41m 9.4s8 59' 5" C-8B2006-12-13 03:00:00An exquisite pair of white stars, just south of NGC 2264, the Christmas tree cluster. WDS data: 7.10 - 7.66mv, F5, 330° pa, 7.2", 2007.
RV MonV6h 58m 21.52s6 10' 6.9" C-8B2006-12-13 03:00:00A red-orange star of about 7 mv
SU AndV0h 4m 36.39s43 33' 5" C-8B2006-12-13 19:00:00A pale red star of about 8 mv. There is another M star about 50 minutes away from SU in position angle 200 degrees. It appears to be 9mv. GCVS identifies this as HO And.
STF 24D0h 18m 30.58s26 8' 25.1" C-8B2006-12-13 19:00:00A nice white pair. PA ~120°. WDS data: 7.79 - 8.44mv, A2, 247° pa, 5.2", 2007.
NGC 752N1h 57m 48s37 41' 0" C-8B2006-12-13 19:00:00 A lovely cluster, festooned with doubles and star chains.
STF 3024D23h 32m 1.3s43 49' 20.5" C-8B2006-12-13 19:00:00 PA ~ 20 degrees, seems to be and A-F pair. Double star catalog confirms that the primary is an A0. WDS data: 8.63 - 9.35mv, A0, 309° pa, 4.9", 2008.
STF 3042D23h 51m 52.4s37 53' 28.39" C-8B2006-12-13 19:00:00A beautiful pair of F stars WDS data: 7.62 - 7.75mv, F5V, 86° pa, 5.7", 2010.
STF 3050ABD23h 59m 29.32s33 43' 26.89" C-8B2006-12-13 19:00:00A nice, but very close pair. First diffraction ring touches each star. Not split at 80x, but split with the 8.8, 230X WDS data: 6.46 - 6.72mv, F8V, 337° pa, 2.2", 2010.
NGC 2548N8h 13m 48s-5 48' 0" C-8B2006-12-20 04:00:00 Appears sparse in these light polluted skies. There appear to be quite a few doubles in this cluster.
STF 1260D8h 40m 41.4s-12 10' 8.59" C-8B2006-12-20 04:00:00 A nice, but faint, pair of white stars. They looked the same brightness to me, and the Double star catalog lists them as 7.86 and 8.07 Mv. WDS data: 7.86 - 8.07mv, A2, 302° pa, 5.2", 2003.
STF 1270D8h 45m 20.79s-2 36' 3.69" C-8B2006-12-20 04:00:00A pair of F2 subgiants. Both look yellow. Nice. WDS data: 6.89 - 7.54mv, F2IV, 264° pa, 4.5", 2010.
STF 1450D10h 35m 2.16s8 39' 1.59" C-8B2006-12-20 04:00:00AKA 49 Leo. A close pair. The companion is quite faint. The primary is TX Leonis, an eclipsing binary. WDS data: 5.80 - 7.90mv, A2V, 157° pa, 2.1", 2009.
STF 1487D10h 55m 36.8s24 44' 59" C-8B2006-12-20 04:00:00AKA 54 Leo. A very nice pair of yellowish stars. Odd, as they are listed as A1 and A2. One would expect them to look white. WDS data: 4.48 - 6.30mv, A1VA2Vn, 112° pa, 6.5", 2009.
STF 1547ABD11h 31m 44.93s14 21' 52.19" C-8B2006-12-20 04:00:00AKA 88 Leo A nice, wide double. WDS data: 6.33 - 9.14mv, G0IV, 331° pa, 15.3", 2007.
V HyaV10h 51m 37.24s-21 14' 59.74" C-8B2006-12-20 04:30:00As red a star as I've ever seen. Approximately 9 mv.
STF 1424ABD10h 19m 58.35s19 50' 29.4" C-8B2006-12-20 05:00:00AKA Gamma Leo, Algieba. A close pair of bright stars, Yellow orange and deep yellow. One of the best in the sky. Always a delight. WDS data: 2.37 - 3.64mv, U, 126° pa, 4.3", 2012.
STF 61D0h 49m 52.87s27 42' 38.9" C-8B2006-12-23 19:30:00 AKA 65 Psc. Exquisite! Two white stars, tinged with yellow and blue. WDS data: 6.33 - 6.34mv, F5III, 115° pa, 4.3", 2010.
STF 100ABD1h 13m 43.8s7 34' 31.79" C-8B2006-12-23 19:30:00AKA Zeta Psc. Yellow white and Pale orange white. WDS data: 5.22 - 6.26mv, A7IVF7V, 62° pa, 23.7", 2011.
Z PscV1h 16m 4.76s25 46' 11.31" C-8B2006-12-23 19:30:00A pastel more red than orange star of about 7 mv.
SW CetV1h 38m 29.26s1 21' 45.7" C-8B2006-12-23 19:30:00Not found.
STF 174D1h 50m 8.6s22 16' 29.49" C-8B2006-12-23 19:30:00AKA 1 Ari. A gold and blue pair, quite beautiful. Elongated at 80x, Quite nice at 333x, and overdone at 500x. WDS data: 6.33 - 7.21mv, G3III, 165° pa, 2.8", 2010.
HJ 647D2h 2m 38.63s7 40' 36.5" C-8B2006-12-23 19:30:00 The primary is like an M star (WDS lists it as M8). The companion is quite faint. WDS data: 9.96 - 11.04mv, M8, 50° pa, 30.0", 2008.
STF 299ABD2h 43m 18.04s3 14' 8.89" C-8B2006-12-23 19:30:00AKA Gamma Cet. Hard to split in this poor seeing. Each member of the pair seems to be about 2 arc seconds in size, the diffraction rings are hardly visible. WDS data: 3.54 - 6.18mv, A1V, 283° pa, 2.8", 2006.
NGC 1245N3h 14m 42s47 15' 0" C-8B2006-12-23 19:30:00Needs averted vision to see the stars. A brightening of the milky way in this light pollution.
SY PerV4h 16m 33.09s50 37' 49.93" C-8B2006-12-23 19:30:00A rather red star of about 10 mv.
STF 552D4h 31m 24.1s40 0' 36.69" C-8B2006-12-23 19:30:00A pair mostly white stars with pastel red and green overtones. Beautiful. The colors are perhaps a bit illusory. WDS data: 6.78 - 7.18mv, B8V, 117° pa, 9.0", 2011.
STF 3008D23h 23m 45.31s-8 27' 36.3" C-8B2006-12-23 19:30:00A lovely optical double. Pale gold and white. WDS data: 7.21 - 7.67mv, K0III-IV, 150° pa, 6.6", 2010.
H 2 24D23h 46m 0.85s-18 40' 42.09" C-8B2006-12-23 19:30:00AKA 107 Aqr. A lovely pair of white stars. WDS data: 5.65 - 6.46mv, A9IVF2V, 137° pa, 6.8", 2010.
STF 3046ABD23h 56m 21.33s-9 29' 57" C-8B2006-12-23 19:30:00 A faint, lackluster pair. WDS data: 8.79 - 9.44mv, G5, 268° pa, 3.7", 2010.
SY PerV4h 16m 33.09s50 37' 49.93" C-8B2006-12-23 21:30:00A red brown star of around 9 mv
STF 1181D8h 5m 24.55s8 11' 58.7" C-8B2006-12-27 03:45:00A faint, lackluster pair of yellow stars. WDS data: 8.28 - 9.26mv, G5, 141° pa, 5.4", 2009.
STF 1177D8h 5m 37.05s27 31' 46.9" C-8B2006-12-27 03:45:00Exqusite little pair, both white. WDS data: 6.69 - 7.41mv, B9V, 350° pa, 3.6", 2011.
STF 1224A BCD8h 26m 39.81s24 32' 3" C-8B2006-12-27 03:45:00AKA 24 Cnc. A nice pair of yellow white stars WDS data: 6.92 - 7.53mv, F0VF7V, 50° pa, 5.5", 2011.
STF 1223D8h 26m 47.07s26 56' 7.8" C-8B2006-12-27 03:45:00AKA Phi-2 Cnc. Very nice, like a pair of distant, pale yellow headlights. WDS data: 6.16 - 6.21mv, A3VA6V, 218° pa, 5.0", 2010.
STF 1245ABD8h 35m 51.05s6 37' 13.9" C-8B2006-12-27 03:45:00White, yellow pair. Nice. WDS data: 5.98 - 7.16mv, F8V, 206° pa, 12.5", 2010.
X CncV8h 55m 23.03s17 13' 56.68" C-8B2006-12-27 03:45:00A red orange star of about 6.5 mv.
STF 1298ABD9h 1m 24.13s32 15' 8.29" C-8B2006-12-27 03:45:00AKA 66 Cnc. A lackluster pair, but in a nice field. WDS data: 5.95 - 8.56mv, A2V, 136° pa, 4.2", 2009.
STF 1311ABD9h 7m 27s22 58' 51.09" C-8B2006-12-27 03:45:00Two yellow white stars in a rich field. Very nice. WDS data: 6.92 - 7.13mv, F4VF5V, 199° pa, 7.5", 2010.
STF 1332D9h 17m 19.2s23 39' 9.8" C-8B2006-12-27 03:45:00Two faint pale yellow stars. Nice. WDS data: 7.87 - 8.12mv, F6VF7V, 28° pa, 5.9", 2007.
RT UMaV9h 18m 25.35s51 24' 8.69" C-8B2006-12-27 03:45:00A very pale red star of about 9 mv.
W SexV9h 50m 58.59s-2 1' 43.54" C-8B2006-12-27 03:45:00Not found. Also unseen on 2006-12-20 4:00.
STF 1421D10h 18m 5.53s27 31' 27.9" C-8B2006-12-27 03:45:00An average sort of double, in a field of a few other stars. WDS data: 8.19 - 9.12mv, F2, 332° pa, 4.4", 2008.
NGC 5272N13h 42m 12s28 23' 0" C-8B2006-12-27 03:45:00 A glittering sphere of stars, surrounded by haze with direct vision, a spangled globe with averted vision.
NGC 2682N8h 50m 24s11 49' 0" C-8B2006-12-27 04:00:00 Approximately 30 bright stars, the rest fainter. The cluster is lacking in doubles.
T CncV8h 56m 40.33s19 51' 0.71" C-8B2006-12-27 04:00:00A pale, red-brown star about 10mv
NGC 205N0h 40m 24s41 41' 0" C-8B2007-01-08 19:00:00 A barely perceptible glow against the brightly glowing background of the light polluted sky. This was the third or forth time I had looked for M 110, and tonight it was finally seen. Swinging the telescope back and forth in RA made the faint glow a bit more apparent.
R LepV4h 59m 36.34s-14 48' 16.34" C-8B2007-01-10 21:00:00A very red star! Seen as 10 mv, perhaps because of poor transparency.
STF 630A BCD5h 2m 0.02s1 36' 31" C-8B2007-01-10 21:00:00A pair of white stars in a rich field. Delightful! WDS data: 6.50 - 7.71mv, B8V, 49° pa, 14.4", 2011.
STF 700D5h 23m 5.53s1 3' 24.69" C-8B2007-01-10 21:00:00A pretty pair of white stars, with that special brilliance from the fact they are B9s. WDS data: 7.69 - 7.89mv, B9VB9.5V, 5° pa, 4.9", 2002.
STF 701D5h 23m 18.49s-8 24' 55.9" C-8B2007-01-10 21:00:00 A very nice pair. Pastel blue and pastel red. WDS data: 6.13 - 8.09mv, B8III, 139° pa, 6.0", 2003.
T LynV8h 22m 43.25s33 31' 14.77" C-8B2007-01-10 21:00:00Not visible.
NGC 1232N3h 9m 48s-20 35' 0" C-8P2007-01-17 22:00:00Looked like a spiral. It was mottled, with a faint nucleus. Burnham lists it as an Sc.
NGC 1300N3h 19m 42s-19 25' 0" C-8P2007-01-17 22:00:00The nucleus was very elongated, and surrounded by a faint envelope. I could not make out the spiral arms.
NGC 2024N5h 41m 54s-1 51' 0" C-8P2007-01-17 22:00:00 A bright, mottled nebula, overpowered by the glare of zeta Orionis, Alnitak.
STF 1108D7h 32m 50.63s22 53' 15.4" C-8B2007-01-17 22:00:00 Light yellow, barely discernable bluish, which is suprising from an F8 star. Perhaps it's an illusion caused by the redder K0 primary. WDS data: 6.62 - 8.21mv, U, 178° pa, 11.6", 2008.
NGC 1435N3h 46m 6s23 47' 0" C-8P2007-01-20 22:00:00 This is the nebula surrounding 23 Tau (Merope) in the Pleiades. It was quite faint, but apparent with the 56 mm eyepiece (36x). It was invisible in the finder.
NGC 2244N6h 32m 24s4 52' 0" C-8P2007-01-20 22:00:00 A large cluster in a rich region. The famous "Rosette nebula" was lost in the sky glow.
NGC 2261N6h 39m 12s8 44' 0" C-8P2007-01-20 22:00:00A faint, cone shaped nebula with considerable mottling. It holds magnification well. Lovely.
NGC 2419N7h 38m 6s38 53' 0" C-8P2007-01-20 22:00:00A faint glow in the sky, only the faintest hint of granulation.
NGC 3242N10h 24m 48s-18 38' 0" C-8P2007-01-20 23:00:00Very nice. Like NGC 7662 in Andromeda. Round, no central star seen.
NGC 2158N6h 7m 30s24 6' 0" C-8B2007-02-10 20:00:00The companion cluster to M35 was a faint brightening of the sky. M35 itself was a faint brightening of the sky in the finder. Both were barely glimpsed in their respective telescopes.
TX AurV5h 9m 5.21s39 0' 13.44" C-8B2007-02-10 21:00:00A pale, red-brown star. About 9 mv
STF 644ABD5h 10m 18.81s37 18' 6.69" C-8B2007-02-10 21:00:00 A very close pair, a delicate pale orange and blue in color, It was best seen at 500 power. WDS data: 6.96 - 6.78mv, B2II+K3, 221° pa, 1.6", 2009.
R AurV5h 17m 17.56s53 35' 20" C-8B2007-02-10 21:00:00A deep red orange, looks like an N star. About 9.5 mv. Also identified as double star Es(pin) 2610. A wide, and unimpressive double, although R Aur is worth a look.
UV AurV5h 21m 48.84s32 30' 51.25" C-8B2007-02-10 21:00:00A deep red star of around 9 mv. The companion is faint and hard to see.
STF 698ABD5h 25m 12.94s34 51' 18.59" C-8B2007-02-10 21:00:00A wide double, pastel yellow and blue, beautiful! WDS data: 6.65 - 8.33mv, K2III, 350° pa, 31.2", 2007.
AZ AurV6h 1m 8.14s39 40' 16.27" C-8B2007-02-10 21:00:00 A dull red star of 10 Mv
STF 872ABD6h 15m 39.05s36 8' 55.3" C-8B2007-02-10 21:00:00A nice yellow and white pair. WDS data: 6.89 - 7.38mv, F4IV, 216° pa, 13.5", 2011.
WFC 37D6h 33m 51.61s44 23' 48.4" C-8B2007-02-10 21:00:00A "field" double, I guessed it as 6" separation, 90 degrees PA, Double star catalog gives it as 9.7", 247 degrees PA. WDS data: 10.57 - 10.79mv, U, 248° pa, 9.9", 2007.
STF 918ABD6h 33m 57.62s52 27' 41.8" C-8B2007-02-10 21:00:00A very nice white pair. WDS data: 7.26 - 8.19mv, A3, 335° pa, 4.8", 2008.
UU AurV6h 36m 32.9s38 26' 51.71" C-8B2007-02-10 21:00:00A bright, yellow orange star.
V0431 OriV5h 15m 56.53s11 58' 5.44" C-8B2007-03-08 19:00:00A very red star of around 9.5 mv. The atmosphere determines the star's perceived color. In the earth's or stars, I can't say.
STF 816D5h 54m 55.45s5 51' 38.8" C-8B2007-03-08 19:00:00Pale blue and faint orange. WDS data: 6.90 - 9.27mv, B9, 290° pa, 4.4", 2009.
TU GemV6h 10m 53.14s26 1' 0.98" C-8B2007-03-08 19:00:00A pale red orange star, appeared about 7.0mv.
STF 877D6h 14m 42.67s14 35' 10.79" C-8B2007-03-08 19:00:00 Lovely, PA ~90 degrees (or 270!) WDS data: 7.55 - 7.96mv, B9.5V, 263° pa, 5.7", 2003.
GK OriV6h 17m 42.74s8 31' 18.52" C-8B2007-03-08 19:00:00A pale red 9.5 mv star
STF 895D6h 20m 48.34s5 44' 26.2" C-8B2007-03-08 19:00:00 A pale orange and faint blue pair, both appearing white at first glance. Lackluster. Not in Burnham WDS data: 8.26 - 9.62mv, M3Ib-II, 59° pa, 29.1", 2003.
BL OriV6h 25m 28.14s14 43' 25.26" C-8B2007-03-08 19:00:00 Looks more like Betelgeuse than your typical N star. About 6.5mv
STF 910D6h 26m 45.49s0 26' 16" C-8B2007-03-08 19:00:00A wide, not very spectacular, double in a very nice field. WDS data: 9.17 - 8.45mv, G5, 151° pa, 0.5", 1991.
STF 919ABD6h 28m 49.07s-7 1' 59" C-8B2007-03-08 19:00:00Also known as Beta Mon. An exquisite triple star. It looks double at 80X, but triple at 160. Three white beauties. WDS data: 4.62 - 5.00mv, B3VeB3ne, 127° pa, 6.6", 2009.
STF 939D6h 35m 57.07s5 18' 26" C-8B2007-03-08 19:00:00 A triple forming an almost perfect equilateral triangle of 8 Mv stars. Wow! Not in Burnham. WDS data: 9.21 - 9.40mv, B8, 2° pa, 33.8", 2002.
NGC 2632N8h 40m 6s19 59' 0" C-8B2007-03-08 19:00:00A large, sparse, cluster of bright stars, many of them double
STF 1035D7h 12m 1.05s22 16' 44.5" C-8B2007-03-11 19:00:00Delicate pastel blue. Nice. WDS data: 8.09 - 8.38mv, F7IV, 41° pa, 8.9", 2011.
STF 1110ABD7h 34m 35.85s31 53' 17.8" C-8B2007-03-11 19:00:00Castor: A brilliant pair of white stars, gorgeous. WDS data: 1.93 - 2.97mv, A1VA2Vm, 57° pa, 4.8", 2010.
STT 179D7h 44m 26.86s24 23' 53.29" C-8B2007-03-11 19:00:00AKA Kappa Gem. Bright yellow, faint blue. Nice WDS data: 3.7 - 8.2mv, G8IIIa, 243° pa, 7.9", 2011.
STF 1268D8h 46m 41.81s28 45' 35.6" C-8B2007-03-11 19:00:00AKA Iota Cnc. Wide, bright, yellow and pale blue. Beautiful! WDS data: 4.13 - 5.99mv, G7.5IIIa, 308° pa, 30.5", 2010.
STF 1291ABD8h 54m 14.65s30 34' 45.8" C-8B2007-03-11 19:00:00AKA 57 Cnc. A close double. Burnham gives the separation at 1.5". Each star is in the other's first diffraction ring. WDS data: 6.09 - 6.37mv, G7III, 312° pa, 1.5", 2008.
U HyaV10h 37m 33.09s-13 23' 0.19" C-8B2007-03-11 19:00:00An orange star of about 7 mv.
RT GemV6h 46m 34.9s18 36' 56.27" C-8B2007-03-11 19:30:00Probably too faint to be identified as an N star by its color?
NGC 2548N8h 13m 48s-5 48' 0" C-8B2007-03-11 19:30:00 A large, loose cluster, best at low power.
X CncV8h 55m 23.03s17 13' 56.68" C-8B2007-03-11 19:30:00An orange star of around 6 mv
NGC 1976N5h 35m 24s-5 27' 0" C-8P2007-03-18 10:30:00The great nebula in Orion. It looked GREEN at 36x. This is the first time I've ever seen this color in it, probably due to the low magnification and large exit pupil. The seeing was poor, and I could barely make out the E and F stars in the trapezium at 160x.
W CMaV7h 8m 3.49s-11 55' 18.46" C-8P2007-03-18 10:30:00A pale orange star, in a star spangled field.
NGC 2467N7h 52m 36s-26 23' 0" C-8P2007-03-18 10:30:00Looks like a large, faint planetary. Probably a stromgen sphere. In a rather starry field. Quite nice.
NGC 2903N9h 32m 12s21 30' 0" C-8P2007-03-18 10:30:00 C-8 @ 80x: Large, bright, with a mottled envelope, bright nucleus, and somewhat abrupt edge. Lovely!
NGC 3031N9h 55m 36s69 4' 0" C-8P2007-03-18 10:30:00 7x50 Binoculars: A tiny smudge. M82 visible as well.
NGC 3034N9h 55m 48s69 41' 0" C-8P2007-03-18 10:30:00 7x50 Binoculars: A tiny, mottled, smudge. M81 visible as well.
NGC 3115N10h 5m 12s-7 43' 0" C-8P2007-03-18 10:30:00Bright Nucleus surrounded by a fuzzy envelope, a pronounced streak along the axis of the disk augmented the galaxy's core.
NGC 3351N10h 44m 0s11 42' 0" C-8P2007-03-18 10:30:00 Bright nucleus, faint disk, no sign of the bar.
NGC 3368N10h 46m 48s11 49' 0" C-8P2007-03-18 10:30:00 Bright nucleus, faint disk
NGC 3379N10h 47m 48s12 35' 0" C-8P2007-03-18 10:30:00 M105 is a lackluster elliptical, but makes a grand view with both NGC 3384 and NGC 3389 in the same field.
NGC 3384N10h 48m 18s12 38' 0" C-8P2007-03-18 10:30:00 A grand view, as M105 and NGC 3389 are in the same field
NGC 3389N10h 48m 30s12 32' 0" C-8P2007-03-18 10:30:00 C-8 @80x. A grand view, as M105 and NGC 3384 are in the same field. NGC 3389 is a mottled, faint streak.
NGC 4254N12h 18m 48s14 25' 0" C-8P2007-03-18 10:30:00 An elliptical patch in the sky. The nucleus is indistinct, and the patch is mottled.
NGC 4321N12h 22m 54s15 49' 0" C-8P2007-03-18 10:30:00An almost face on Sc. It has a bright nucleus, and a fainter, uniform disk, with the 24.5mm Ultrawide.
NGC 4565N12h 36m 18s25 59' 0" C-8P2007-03-18 10:30:0080x: A faint but distinct streak, with sharp edges. Bright middle, and the dust lane was barely visible with averted vision.
Y CVnV12h 45m 8.12s45 26' 23.2" C-8P2007-03-18 10:30:00A yellow orange star, redder than Betelgeuse, that does indeed show very dark bands in the green portion of it's spectrum. Spectrascopically, it is wonderful, visually, it might be the brightest of the N stars, but it is lackluster.
NGC 5024N13h 12m 54s18 10' 0" C-8P2007-03-18 10:30:00A well resolved, bright, globular cluster at 80x, and nicely granulated at 36x.
NGC 5236N13h 37m 0s-29 52' 0" C-8P2007-03-18 10:30:00 C-8@80x: An oval blob surrounding a bright, round nucleus.
SS VirV12h 25m 13.61s0 46' 10.69" C-8P2007-03-18 22:30:00Quite red, seemed almost as red as V Hyd. About 8mv. Appeared red orange, a bit less red on May 11.
NGC 5053N13h 16m 24s17 42' 0" C-8P2007-03-18 22:30:00A large, brightening of the sky. Very faint. I saw a few stars in it, and "granulated" around 100 more. The brightest star in the cluster is 13.8 Mv.
NGC 4501N12h 32m 0s14 25' 0" C-8P2007-03-20 10:30:00A minature M31, but a bit less tilted. Quite nice. There is a double of 11th or 12th Mv stars just south that looks like another galaxy.
NGC 4361N12h 24m 30s-18 48' 0" C-8P2007-04-20 10:30:00 Faint, the central star was barely visible. It looks like a face on Sc galaxy through the 12.5mm Orthoscopic.
NGC 4725N12h 50m 24s25 30' 0" C-8P2007-04-20 10:30:00 This galaxy has a uniform disk, which is slightly mottled. The nucleus is almost stellar.
NGC 3242N10h 24m 48s-18 38' 0" C-8P2007-04-20 21:00:00Bright, slightly mottled, a pale blue.
NGC 1851N5h 14m 6s-40 3' 0" C-8P2007-04-20 22:00:00 A bright globular (Burnham lists it as 9 Mv) with 20 - 30 stars seen with averted vision, granular otherwise. This implies a limiting magnitude of around 14.5 Mv, based on a paper by Walker, 1992.
NGC 4486N12h 30m 48s12 24' 0" C-8P2007-04-20 22:00:00A bright spherical blob, brighter towards the middle.
NGC 5194N13h 29m 54s47 12' 0" C-8P2007-04-20 22:00:0080x: This is a glorious galaxy in dark skies. Even with an 8 inch , the spiral structure is glimpsed. NGC 5195 appears as a bright patch next to M51.
NGC 5904N15h 18m 36s2 5' 0" C-8B2007-05-11 22:00:00A dazzler, as always. Wow! This old globular has some unexpectedly bright blue stars in it.
STF 1954ABD15h 34m 48.13s10 32' 20" C-8B2007-05-11 22:00:00Not Found. WDS data: 4.17 - 5.16mv, F0IV, 173° pa, 3.9", 2010.
NGC 3226N10h 23m 24s19 54' 0" C-8P2007-05-11 23:00:00Makes a nice pair with NGC 3227. E2
NGC 3227N10h 23m 30s19 52' 0" C-8P2007-05-11 23:00:00The expected bright nucleus of this Seyfert was quite faint.
NGC 3521N11h 5m 48s-0 2' 0" C-8P2007-05-11 23:00:00A bright nucleus surrounded by a uniform envelope.
NGC 3623N11h 18m 54s13 5' 0" C-8P2007-05-11 23:00:00A bright streak in the sky, like M 66
NGC 3627N11h 20m 12s12 59' 0" C-8P2007-05-11 23:00:00A bright streak in the sky, like M 65
NGC 3628N11h 20m 18s13 36' 0" C-8P2007-05-11 23:00:00A faint streak in the sky, like M 65 and M 66, but considerably fainter.
NGC 4030N12h 0m 24s-1 6' 0" C-8P2007-05-11 23:00:00Small, brighter nucleus surrounded by a uniform envelope.
NGC 4179N12h 12m 54s1 18' 0" C-8P2007-05-11 23:00:00This galaxy was too faint to see.
NGC 4206N12h 15m 18s13 2' 0" C-8P2007-05-11 23:00:00Not in Burnham.
NGC 4216N12h 15m 54s13 9' 0" C-8P2007-05-11 23:00:00A lovely, diaphanous, faint streak of light with a bright, almost stellar nucleus.
NGC 4244N12h 17m 30s37 49' 0" C-8P2007-05-11 23:00:00 A faint streak in the sky, with almost uniform brightness throughout. It was slightly brighter towards the middle, but not nearly as much so as other spirals. The nucleus is hardly visible.
NGC 4258N12h 19m 0s47 18' 0" C-8P2007-05-11 23:00:00An almost edge on Sc(?). Stellar nucleus barely seen. Burnham lists this as being an Sb, and as NGC 4258, not M 106.
NGC 4338N12h 23m 6s28 55' 0" C-8P2007-05-11 23:00:00 Bright Elliptical in Virgo in a spectacular field with M84, M86 and N4387.
NGC 4337N12h 23m 54s-58 8' 0" C-8P2007-05-11 23:00:00 Bright Elliptical in Virgo in a spectacular field with M84, M86 and N4388.
NGC 4374N12h 25m 6s12 53' 0" C-8P2007-05-11 23:00:00 Bright Elliptical in Virgo in a spectacular field with M86, N4338 and N4387.
NGC 4385N12h 25m 42s0 34' 0" C-8P2007-05-11 23:00:00Very faint, NW of an 8th Magnitude star. K stars gives its magnitude as 13.2, Burnham (usually the more accurate source) gives it as 12.9. SS Virginis is about 1/2 degree North of NGC 4385.
NGC 4406N12h 26m 12s12 57' 0" C-8P2007-05-11 23:00:00 Bright Elliptical in Virgo in a spectacular field with M84, N4338 and N4387.
3c 273N12h 29m 6s2 3' 0" C-8P2007-05-11 23:00:00Looks like a 12th Magnitude star. Too faint to detect the blue color. This needed the AAVSO finder chart to identify it.
STF 1670ABD12h 41m 39.59s-1 26' 57.9" C-8P2007-05-11 23:00:00AKA Gamma Virginis. This double is at periastron. Burnham's diagram show its separation as being 0.5". It was elongated, but not split. WDS data: 3.48 - 3.53mv, F0VF0V, 21° pa, 1.6", 2010
NGC 4736N12h 50m 54s41 7' 0" C-8P2007-05-11 23:00:00Bright nucleus, pale disc, a hint of spiral structure seen.
NGC 5055N13h 15m 48s42 2' 0" C-8P2007-05-11 23:00:00 Bright, spindle shaped, brighter towards the middle, some mottling in the bright areas was glimpsed.
NGC 5194N13h 29m 54s47 12' 0" C-8P2007-05-11 23:00:00Very good tonight, scraping the zenith. and more spiral structure and mottling was noticed than usual, when it's seen rising in the north east. A magnificent object.
STF 948D6h 46m 14.34s59 26' 30" C-8B2007-05-22 23:00:00Superb unequal double. The primary is itself double, but very close (~1"), the primary requires excellent seeing to split it. Only the primary is listed by the WDS. WDS data: 6.00 - 7.05mv, U, 300° pa, 9.6", 2010.
STF 2010ABD16h 8m 4.54s17 2' 49.19" C-8B2007-05-22 23:00:00AKA Kappa Herc. A wide light yellow and yellow pair, noteworthy because it is a rare optical double. WDS data: 5.10 - 6.21mv, G7III, 13° pa, 27.0", 2010.
STF 2032ABD16h 14m 40.84s33 51' 31" C-8B2007-05-22 23:00:00AKA Sigma CBr. Pale yellow and yellow. Like a distant pair of headlights. A nice double. WDS data: 5.62 - 6.49mv, G0VG1V, 237° pa, 7.1", 2010.
STF 2140ABD17h 14m 38.85s14 23' 24.9" C-8B2007-05-22 23:00:00AKA Alpha Her. The primary is a pale orange, the secondary appears faintly greenish, but hardly the "Emerald Green" claimed by Mary Proctor. A striking pair. WDS data: 3.48 - 5.40mv, M5Ib-II, 103° pa, 4.7", 2010.
STF 2161ABD17h 23m 40.96s37 8' 45.29" C-8B2007-05-22 23:00:00AKA ρ Her. Exquisite! A lovely pair of white stars. WDS data: 4.50 - 5.40mv, B9.5III, 320° pa, 4.0", 2010.
STF 2280ABD18h 7m 49.56s26 6' 4.4" C-8B2007-05-22 23:00:00AKA 100 Her. A nice pair, both white. WDS data: 5.81 - 5.84mv, A3V, 184° pa, 14.1", 2010.
NGC 6572N18h 12m 6s6 51' 0" C-8B2007-05-22 23:00:00 Like a star that never focuses well. A pale blue or green planetary that looks brighter than the 8.7 Mv star 3 arc minutes west of it. It looks smaller than the size Burnham gives it, 15 x 12".
AC 15ACD18h 7m 1.61s30 33' 42.69" C-8B2007-05-25 23:00:00AKA 99 Her. This is a very difficult double. The companion is a slight brightening of the first diffraction ring of the primary. WDS data: 5.13 - 10.7mv, F7V, 165° pa, 162.5", 1998.
SS VirV12h 25m 13.61s0 46' 10.69" C-8Backyard2007-06-06 22:00:00A very nice red orange N star. Approximately 7.5mv.
STF 1645D12h 28m 4.45s44 47' 39.49" C-8B2007-06-06 22:00:00A very nice double! WDS data: 7.49 - 8.08mv, F9V, 157° pa, 9.7", 2008.
NGC 4449N12h 28m 12s44 6' 0" C-8B2007-06-06 22:00:00A faint brightening of the sky glow. I was suprised I saw this irregular at all!
Y CVnV12h 45m 8.12s45 26' 23.2" C-8P2007-06-06 22:00:00A bright yellow star with orange tinging. Approximately 5 mv. One of the least red M stars.
NGC 5272N13h 42m 12s28 23' 0" C-8B2007-06-06 22:00:00Very nice, even in the light pollution.
STF 1877ABD14h 44m 59.13s27 4' 29.9" C-8B2007-06-06 22:00:00AKA Izar, Epsilon Bootes. A beautiful, close pair, gold and blue. Superb in tonight's Pickering 9.5 skies. WDS data: 2.58 - 4.81mv, K0II-III, 341 pa, 3.4", 2012 seen.
STF 1888ABD14h 51m 23.37s19 6' 1.7" C-8B2007-06-06 22:00:00 AKA Xi Bootes. An exquisite double. Yellow and yellow with an orange tinge. WDS data: 4.76 - 6.95mv, G*V+K5V, 393.3° pa, 5.55", 2015.
STF 1909D15h 3m 47.29s47 39' 14.6" C-8B2007-06-06 22:00:00 AKA 44 Bootes. A very close double star. Not clearly split. At 500x, the airy discs were touching, and the diffraction disks formed shimmering rings around the two stars. WDS data: 5.20 - 6.10mv, F7V+K4V, 61° pa, 1.7", 2010.
STF 1910D15h 7m 32.95s9 13' 33.79" C-8B2007-06-06 22:00:00 A close pair of yellow stars. They look fainter than their stated 7 Mv. WDS data: 7.35 - 7.54mv, G2VG3V, 211° pa, 4.0", 2007.
NGC 5904N15h 18m 36s2 5' 0" C-8B2007-06-06 22:00:00A most glorious Globular cluster, even when viewed in the light pollution of my backyard. Approximately 30-50 stars were visible with direct vision, and hundreds with averted vision.
STF 1985D15h 55m 54.62s-2 9' 51.3" C-8B2007-06-06 22:00:00Primary a pale yellow, Secondary a dusky blue. WDS data: 7.03 - 8.65mv, F8V, 353° pa, 6.0", 2010.
STF 1657D12h 35m 7.76s18 22' 37.39" C-8B2007-06-06 22:30:00AKA 24 Coma. A glorious double. Primary yellow, secondary blue green. Reminds me of Albireo. WDS data: 5.11 - 6.33mv, K2III, 271° pa, 19.9", 2009.
STF 1954ABD15h 34m 48.13s10 32' 20" C-8B2007-06-09 22:00:00AKA Delta Serpens. An exquisite little double. At first glance, both stars look white, but more careful examination reveals that the primary is a very pastel yellow green, and its companion is very pastel green. WDS data: 4.17 - 5.16mv, F0IV, 173° pa, 3.9", 2010.
V OphV16h 26m 43.66s-12 25' 42.85" C-8B2007-06-09 22:00:00A very red star of approximately 8.5 mv. Nice.
STFA 31D16h 40m 38.68s4 13' 11" C-8B2007-06-09 22:00:00A swept up double. A pair of white stars of 5 - 6 Mv, 80" apart, position angle not recorded. Also known as 36 and 37 Her. They are listed as an A1 and A3, but look pastel yellow and blue. WDS gives separation as 67.8, and position angle as 233. WDS data: 5.76 - 6.92mv, U, 230° pa, 69.3", 2009.
STF 2087ABD16h 42m 34.82s23 40' 1.9" C-8B2007-06-09 22:00:00 "Discovered" this rather nice double while sweeping. A pair of 9 Mv stars. WDS lists them as G5s, but I saw them as white, with a tinging of red. Approximately 4" sep and position angle = 300 degrees. (WDS: 6.5", 288, 2009). WDS data: 8.84 - 8.90mv, G5IV, 288° pa, 5.2", 2009.
NGC 6210N16h 44m 30s23 49' 0" C-8B2007-06-09 22:00:00A round, slightly fuzzy at the edges disc. It's bright, small, and pastel blue.
NGC 6341N17h 17m 6s43 8' 0" C-8B2007-06-09 22:00:00Partially resolved at 80x. A color-magnitude graph found online shows that most of the stars are fainter than 14 Mv. Weird. I saw at least 30 of them, and granulation indicating many more. I suspect that Burnham, who mentions that the stars are 12th and below is correct. A most magnificient assemblage of stars.
SV OphV17h 56m 24.78s3 22' 33.4" C-8B2007-06-09 22:00:00A red orange star of approximately 8 mv, seen while sweeping. Not in SAO. Seen at 17h 57m 30s, +2 degrees 42'. Burnham (precessed to 2007) gives 17h 56m 46.07s, 3° 22m 29.36s. I saw the star as approximately 8.5 mv, Burnham says it's 9.4 to 13 mv. The AAVSO chart seems to reflect the field in which I saw the star.
STF 2272D18h 5m 17.8s2 30' 0" C-8B2007-06-09 22:00:00AKA 70 Oph. A lovely pair, yellow and gold. WDS data: 10.83 - 11.77mv, U, 270° pa, 180.4", 2009.
T LyrV18h 32m 20.1s36 59' 52.42" C-8B2007-06-09 22:00:00A very red star, as red as anything else in the sky. Approximately 9.5mv. The longer one stares at it, the redder it seems to get. Perhaps the "Purkinje" effect?
T LyrV18h 32m 20.1s36 59' 52.42" C-8B2007-06-21 03:00:00A stunningly red star, approximately 8 mv. The brightest in the field.
STFA 38D18h 44m 46.34s37 36' 18" C-8B2007-06-21 03:00:00AKA Zeta Lyrae. A nice wide pair of bright yellow stars. WDS data: 4.34 - 5.62mv, F0IVv, 150° pa, 43.7", 2010.
STF 2470D19h 8m 45.2s34 45' 37.09" C-8B2007-06-21 03:00:00With it's companion pair, 2474, one of the finest double star sights in the heavens. WDS data: 7.03 - 8.44mv, B5V, 268° pa, 13.7", 2007.
STF 2474ABD19h 9m 4.35s34 35' 59.9" C-8B2007-06-21 03:00:00With it's companion pair, 2470, one of the finest double star sights in the heavens. WDS data: 6.78 - 7.88mv, G1V, 263° pa, 15.5", 2010.
STF 2474ABD19h 9m 4.35s34 35' 59.9" C-8B2007-06-21 03:00:00With it's companion pair, 2474, one of the finest double star sights in the heavens. WDS data: 7.03 - 8.44mv, B5V, 268° pa, 13.7", 2007.
NGC 6779N19h 16m 36s30 11' 0" C-8B2007-06-21 03:00:00A low contrast clump of faint stars, rather loose, as it was resolved to it's core. Resolution was tricky with the bright sky plus the milky way.
U LyrV19h 20m 3.94s37 52' 23.84" C-8B2007-06-21 03:00:00Apparently fairly faint at this time. AAVSO puts it at around twelfth magnitude for now.
NGC 6791N19h 20m 42s37 51' 0" C-8B2007-06-21 03:00:00A very low contrast brightening of the sky between 2 6th mv stars approximately 15 arc minutes apart in position angle of approximately 45 degrees. No stars were seen. Faint.
ES 2490D19h 20m 50.49s37 39' 18" C-8B2007-06-21 03:00:00A pair of 10th magnitude stars I happened upon while trying to find U Lyr. There are several pairs in this region, and this was the first I happened upon. WDS lists the position angle as 40 degrees, I saw it as 315 degrees. 2011 update. I suspect this was not ES 2490, but another star. WDS data: 10.8 - 11.6mv, K1III, 40° pa, 21.5", 1998.
STFA 43D19h 30m 43.29s27 57' 34" C-8B2007-06-21 03:00:00 AKA Albireo, Beta Cyg. This famous double is possibly better in the Questar than the C8. The larger aperature overwhelms the colors, and they appear pale gold and blue in sharp focus. A bit of defocusing allows the colors to become more pronounced. WDS data: 3.19 - 4.68mv, U, 54° pa, 34.8", 2010.
TT CygV19h 40m 56.98s32 37' 1.7" C-8B2007-06-21 03:00:00A yellow star with strong brown overtones. A weird color for a star, like a tungsten light bulb seen through a brown filter. Approximately 7.5 mv.
STFA 46D19h 41m 49.09s50 31' 31" C-8B2007-06-21 03:00:00AKA 16 Cyg. Found this while examining the skies around NGC 6826. They share the same declination, and are a little over a degree apart. I saw a position angle of approximately 135, WDS reports the position angle is 141. The two yellow stars looked a bit like distant headlights. My separation was approximately 30 d, WDS, 37 degrees. WDS data: 6.00 - 6.23mv, G1.5V, 133° pa, 39.7", 2010.
NGC 6826N19h 44m 48s50 31' 0" C-8B2007-06-21 03:00:00The "blinking" planetary appeared as a fuzzy star surrounded by nebulosity. I couldn't make it blink much, perhaps due to the brightness of the surrounding sky. One of the brighter planetaries.
STF 2580ABD19h 46m 25.6s33 43' 39.3" C-8B2007-06-21 03:00:00AKA 17 cyg. A nice double is a beautiful field. WDS data: 5.06 - 9.25mv, F5V, 68° pa, 26.0", 2010.
AX CygV19h 57m 13s44 15' 40.34" C-8B2007-06-21 03:00:00 A yellow white star with very strong red overtones. Sometimes looks quite red, sometimes almost white, depending on the degree of averted vision. It appeared to be 8 Mv, not 9, as stated in Burnham. The companion was not visible.
STF 1965D15h 39m 22.67s36 38' 9" C-8B2007-06-22 23:00:00AKA Zeta CrB, a superb pair of bright white (B7 - B9) stars. A good show object for a moonlit night. One of the best. WDS data: 4.96 - 5.91mv, B7VB9V, 306° pa, 6.0", 2010.
RR HerV16h 4m 13.3s50 29' 52.7" C-8B2007-06-22 23:00:00A very pale red star approximately 8.5 mv, slightly brighter than the 8.8 mv star in the AAVSO finder chart.
NGC 6205N16h 41m 42s36 28' 0" C-8B2007-06-22 23:00:00A glorious sight, despite the moonlight. Hundreds of stars, in a glow of thousands, like spilled sugar.
NGC 6229N16h 47m 0s47 32' 0" C-8B2007-06-22 23:00:00 Looks like a bright elliptical galaxy. There was the slightest bit of mottling in the cluster, visible with averted vision and 163x. It looked more condensed than its class VII type indicates. Early observers (Herschel, Webb) saw this as a planetary nebula. The brightest stars are reported as 15.5 Mv, it's not suprising that I didn't resolve this one!
STF 3107D16h 58m 50.28s3 58' 1" C-8B2007-06-22 23:00:00 Not found. Need a finder chart! WDS data: 9.30 - 10.11mv, U, 43° pa, 72.6", 2002.
STF 2202ABD17h 44m 34.08s2 34' 45.9" C-8B2007-06-22 23:00:00AKA 61 Oph. A nice, wide pair of white stars. WDS data: 6.13 - 6.47mv, A1IV-V, 93° pa, 20.6", 2010.
STF 2245ABD17h 56m 24.41s18 19' 37" C-8B2007-06-22 23:00:00 A lovely pair of A2 stars, cleanly split even at 80x. They were as yellow as F stars, I suspect a bit of interstellar reddening causes this. WDS data: 7.43 - 7.55mv, U, 290° pa, 2.6", 2010.
STF 2276ABD18h 5m 43.29s12 0' 13.9" C-8B2007-06-22 23:00:00A nice pair in a rich field. Beautiful. WDS data: 7.09 - 7.44mv, A7p, 257° pa, 6.9", 2010.
U LyrV19h 20m 3.94s37 52' 23.84" C-8B2007-06-22 23:00:00A faint approximately 10 mv star, quite red, but hard to see in this moon washed sky.
STF 2404D18h 50m 45.54s10 58' 35.19" C-8B2007-06-24 03:00:00"Discovered" while sweeping the least hazy part of the sky. Clouded out minutes later. I'm sure this is a very nice pair, if the skies are clear. The WDS lists 6 other doubles within a degree of this one. WDS data: 6.92 - 7.77mv, U, 181° pa, 3.4", 2010.
STF 2486ABD19h 12m 5.03s49 51' 20.7" C-8B2007-06-24 03:00:00 A nice pair of yellow stars in a beautiful field, they are the brightest stars in that field. WDS data: 6.54 - 6.67mv, G3VG3V, 205° pa, 7.1", 2010.
STF 2578D19h 45m 39.65s36 5' 27" C-8B2007-06-24 03:00:00 A very pale yellow and blue pair. Burnham and bright star list the primary as a B9. To make it appear yellow, there must be a bit of interstellar reddening. WDS data: 6.37 - 99mv, B9.5V, 70° pa, 95.0", 2006.
STF 2588A BCD19h 49m 0.9s44 22' 45" C-8B2007-06-24 03:00:00Tonight's hazy skies caused what should have been a nice pair in a beautiful field to be lackluster. WDS data: 7.74 - 8.12mv, B8III, 159° pa, 9.6", 2008.
STT 391D19h 56m 50.14s44 16' 16" C-8B2007-06-24 03:00:00An interesting triple star, with STU 12. WDS data: 7.9 - 9.9mv, A0p, 51 pa, 17.9", 2011.
Cyg_X1N19h 58m 18s35 2' 0" C-8B2007-06-24 03:00:00The celebrated X ray source, the first black hole to be recognized as such. A white star that appeared lackluster in these overly hazy skies. It might appear more brilliant in clearer skies.
STF 3107D16h 58m 50.28s3 58' 1" C-8B2007-07-02 22:00:00 A rather faint double, 2 9th magnitude stars in Ophiuchus. With the 56mm eyepiece, the star looked single, with the 24.5, it was barely elongated, with the 6mm, it was cleanly split. The stars were faint enough that the diffraction rings were almost invisible. WDS data: 9.30 - 10.11mv, U, 43° pa, 72.6", 2002.
STF 1935D15h 20m 13.27s30 41' 44.2" C-8B2007-07-06 23:00:00Swept up this pair while looking for S CrB. It looked to me as position angle 300°, separation 5", 9.5 - 10 Mv. WDS gives 290 pa, 8.4 separation, and 10-10 Mv. WDS data: 9.91 - 10.19mv, G5, 290° pa, 8.6", 2009.
STF 1970D15h 46m 11.21s15 25' 18" C-8B2007-07-06 23:00:00 Swept up while looking for R Ser. I saw the primary as an A star, 3-8 Mv, separation 50 position angle 270, WDS gives 3.7-10 separation 24, position angle 212, with the primary as an A2, 2010. WDS data: 3.66 - 10.7mv, A2IV, 212° pa, 199.5", 2009.
STF 2140ABD17h 14m 38.85s14 23' 24.9" C-8B2007-07-06 23:00:00A grand colored double, I see them as orange and white with strong green tinging, perhaps caused by the strong reddish color of the primary. This 3.1 Mv star is barely visible from my backyard. WDS data: 3.48 - 5.40mv, M5Ib-II, 103° pa, 4.7", 2010.
STF 2362D18h 38m 25.7s36 3' 11.29" C-8B2007-07-06 23:00:00Swept up this pair while sweeping through Lyra. It looked like the components were 8-9 Mv, 3" sep, and 180 degrees position angle. WDS gives 8-9 Mv, 3.9 sep, and 179 position angle. WDS data: 7.53 - 8.72mv, A5, 187° pa, 4.3", 2008.
STF 2860ABD22h 3m 13.84s60 50' 52.4" C-8B2007-07-06 23:00:00I saw the pair as 7.5-9.5mv, 10", 260pa. The WDS gives the separation as 3". WDS data: 7.91 - 9.23mv, K0, 257° pa, 12.8", 2008.
STF 2401ABD18h 48m 57.82s21 10' 1.3" C-8B2007-07-21 22:30:00 These stars looked fainter than their 7 - 8.5 Mv, as reported by Burnham, especially the secondary. WDS gives the secondary as 9.27 Mv. A none too spectacular pair, not helped by tonight's hazy skies. WDS data: 7.27 - 9.27mv, B3V, 38° pa, 4.3", 2008.
STF 2021ABD16h 13m 18.45s13 31' 37.2" C-8B2007-07-31 22:00:00Swept up this exquisite double while looking for Struve 2007. Burnham gives the spectra as K0, but that's unlikely, both look like A stars to me. I saw 0 degrees pa, recent observations at U of South Alabama give a position angle of 356. I saw 5 arc second separation, they 4. I saw 7Mv, they saw 7.3 - 7.7 Mv. A very nice pair. WDS data: 7.43 - 7.48mv, U, 356° pa, 4.0", 2010.
STF 2186D17h 35m 50.43s0 59' 47.69" C-8B2007-07-31 22:00:00 An exquisite double, 2 bright white stars of almost equal brightness. WDS data: 8.23 - 8.43mv, B8IV, 78° pa, 3.0", 2008.
STF 2262ABD18h 3m 4.9s-8 10' 48.89" C-8B2007-07-31 22:00:00 Also known as Tau Oph. A very close double, each component sits at about 130% of the other's first diffraction ring. WDS data: 5.27 - 5.86mv, F4IVF5V, 286° pa, 1.5", 2010.
SHJ 282ACD18h 54m 52.51s33 58' 6.89" C-8B2007-07-31 22:00:00 Found while sweeping around the other double double. I saw 5-6 Mv, position angle 5, and 30" separation. WDS: 6-7.5 Mv, position angle 349, and 46" sep, 2010. WDS data: 6.14 - 7.60mv, A8, 349° pa, 45.3", 2010.
STF 2421D18h 56m 1.68s33 47' 8.09" C-8B2007-07-31 22:00:00Found while sweeping around the other double double. I saw 7-8 Mv, position angle 70, and 15" separation. WDS: 8-9 Mv, position angle 58, and 21.2"sep. 2010. WDS data: 8.13 - 9.34mv, B9, 58° pa, 24.4", 2010.
AG 232D19h 34m 38.55s35 17' 56.39" C-8B2007-07-31 22:00:00Found while sweeping around the other double double. I saw 9-10 Mv, position angle 70, and 6" separation. WDS: 9.21-10.37 Mv, position angle 279,and 10.6 sep. WikiSky agrees with WDS. I read the mirror flip of the field for some reason. WDS data: 9.21 - 10.37mv, F0, 278° pa, 10.9", 2004.
T AqlV18h 45m 43.7s8 44' 31.36" C-8B2007-08-06 22:00:00This red star looked weird in tonight's haze. A bright grey core was surrounded by a red halo.
STF 2379ABD18h 46m 28.57s-0 57' 41.89" C-8B2007-08-06 22:00:00AKA 5 Aql. A very nice pair, pale yellow and pale blue. Worth a second look in better skies. WDS data: 5.88 - 7.02mv, A2V, 121° pa, 12.7", 2010.
STF 2404D18h 50m 45.54s10 58' 35.19" C-8B2007-08-06 22:00:00A lovely orange - yellow pair of 7th Mv stars. WDS data: 6.92 - 7.77mv, U, 181° pa, 3.4", 2010.
UV AqlV18h 58m 32.22s14 21' 45.51" C-8B2007-08-06 22:00:00This red star looked weird in tonight's haze. A grey core was surrounded by a red halo. About 8 mv, hard to see in the horrible transparency. See also T Aql.
STF 2545ABD19h 38m 43.36s-10 9' 23.69" C-8B2007-08-06 22:00:00An unequal double 7-8.5 Mv. Lackluster, especially in these extremely hazy skies. WDS data: 6.79 - 8.54mv, A9III, 326° pa, 4.0", 2008.
STF 2613ABD20h 1m 26.65s10 44' 54.8" C-8B2007-08-06 22:00:00A very nice pair of yellow white stars. Lovely. WDS data: 7.48 - 8.02mv, F5V+F5V, 354° pa, 3.5", 2010.
STF 2628D20h 7m 50.36s9 23' 59.39" C-8B2007-08-06 22:00:00An unequal pair, 6.6 - 8.7 Mv. The companion was plain at 160x, but averted vision only at 500. Skies very hazy. WDS data: 6.60 - 8.66mv, F3V, 340° pa, 3.0", 2009.
STF 2644D20h 12m 35.09s0 52' 0.19" C-8B2007-08-06 22:00:00A delightful little pair of 7 Mv stars. WDS data: 6.92 - 7.06mv, B9p, 206° pa, 2.6", 2008.
STF 2643D20h 12m 47.3s-2 59' 45.4" C-8B2007-08-06 22:00:00An unequal pair. The companion was barely visible in tonight's very hazy skies. Lackluster. WDS data: 7.09 - 9.40mv, A0V, 80° pa, 3.0", 1998.
STF 2762ABD21h 8m 38.86s30 12' 20.5" C-8B2007-08-06 22:00:00An unequal pair. 5.6 primary, 8 secondary. Unimpressive in very hazy skies. WDS data: 5.70 - 8.10mv, B9V, 305° pa, 3.2", 2010.
T AqlV18h 45m 43.7s8 44' 31.36" C-8B2007-08-17 22:00:00A pale red-brown star, approximately 10.75 mv. Not very red, despite Burnham's describing it as so.
V AqlV19h 4m 24.23s-5 41' 11.29" C-8B2007-08-17 22:00:00A coppery red star, like sunlight glinting off of a newly minted penny. Approximately 7 mv.
Cr 399N19h 25m 24s20 11' 0" C-8Backyard2007-08-17 22:00:00AKA the coathanger. 2/3 of this cluster fit into the 56mm eyepiece's field. A cute little asterism, better in binoculars.
Cr 399N19h 25m 24s20 11' 0" C-8Backyard2007-08-17 22:00:00AKA the coathanger. 2/3 of this cluster fit into the 56mm eyepiece's field. A cute little asterism, better in binoculars.
STF 2522D19h 25m 48.01s28 45' 34" C-8B2007-08-17 22:00:00A nice pair of faint stars. WDS data: 7.74 - 8.79mv, A0, 339° pa, 4.4", 2008.
STF 2523ABD19h 26m 48.37s21 9' 46.19" C-8B2007-08-17 22:00:00A nice pair of faint stars. WDS data: 7.95 - 8.05mv, B3VB7V, 148° pa, 6.3", 2008.
NGC 6838N19h 53m 48s18 47' 0" C-8B2007-08-17 22:00:00Perhaps a slight brightening of the sky, pretty much invisible in tonight's washed out skies.
NGC 6853N19h 59m 36s22 43' 0" C-8B2007-08-17 22:00:00 Very faint in tonight's washed out skies.
BD VulV20h 37m 17.98s26 28' 57.87" C-8B2007-08-17 22:00:00 Barely seen as a red star, I mistook it to be a field star. Approximately 11.5 magnitude.
STF 2769ABD21h 10m 32.06s22 27' 16.69" C-8B2007-08-17 22:00:00A very nice pair in a sparse field. WDS data: 6.65 - 7.42mv, A1V, 300° pa, 18.0", 2009.
STF 2822ABD21h 44m 8.56s28 44' 33.4" C-8Backyard2007-08-17 22:00:00A very close double, I guessed as 2.5". Burnham and the internet give 1.7 and 1.8 arc seconds, respectively. Very hard to split in tonight's bad seeing. Approximately 2 on the Pickering scale. WDS data: 4.75 - 6.18mv, F6VG2V, 316° pa, 1.8", 2010.
STF 2588A BCD19h 49m 0.9s44 22' 45" C-8B2007-08-31 23:00:00This pair was much nicer in tonight's skies, even with the waning gibbous moon than it was previously. WDS data: 7.74 - 8.12mv, B8III, 159° pa, 9.6", 2008.
SHJ 314D20h 5m 57.33s35 47' 18" C-8B2007-08-31 23:00:00A bright, wide, double I swept up near RY Cyg. WDS data: 6.78 - 9.49mv, B1V, 300° pa, 11.3", 2008.
SHJ 315D20h 6m 1.36s35 45' 55" C-8B2007-08-31 23:00:00A bright, wide, double I swept up near RY Cyg. WDS gives PA: 236, Sep: 20.5,Mv: 7.89, Mvb: 8.73, Sp: B5n. A nice quadruple with SHJ 314, just north. WDS data: 7.89 - 8.73mv, B5n, 236° pa, 20.2", 2009.
SEI 928ABD20h 9m 26.07s36 29' 19.5" C-8B2007-08-31 23:00:00A swept up double. I saw a 9.5 - 10 Mv pair, 12" separation, 315 degrees position angle and WDS gives 10.2 separation, 133 degrees position angle and 10 - 11.5 Mv. 2002 WDS data: 8.61 - 10.1mv, B0Ib, 133° pa, 10.3", 2002.
RY CygV20h 10m 23.93s35 56' 47" C-8B2007-08-31 23:00:00A pale red brown star of approximately 10 mv
NGC 6883N20h 11m 18s35 51' 0" C-8B2007-08-31 23:00:00A very faint group of stars with 3 10-11 Mv stars in front of them.
STF 2655ABD20h 14m 4.51s22 13' 21.49" C-8B2007-08-31 23:00:00A nice pair of white stars, equally bright. WDS data: 7.89 - 7.95mv, A2V, 3° pa, 6.1", 2008.
IC 4996N20h 16m 30s37 38' 0" C-8B2007-08-31 23:00:00 A wide triple near P Cyg. Quite nice, but not listed. White stars. Approximately 50 arc second sep.
P CygV20h 17m 47.14s38 1' 56.21" C-8B2007-08-31 23:00:00A 5th magnitude star, tinged with yellow (interstellar reddening?)
STF 2799ABD21h 28m 52.79s11 5' 5.2" C-8B2007-08-31 23:00:00 Found this while just sweeping. Barely elongated with the 24.5mm, cleanly split with the 4mm. WDS: PA: 264, Sep: 1.2, Mv: 7.37, Mvb: 7.44, Sp:F4V. I saw 2.5" and 280 position angle. WDS data: 7.37 - 7.44mv, F4V, 264° pa, 2.0", 2010.
V0460 CygV21h 42m 0.9s35 30' 33.71" C-8B2007-08-31 23:00:00A pale orange fifth magnitude star. Reminded me of Betelgeuse.
HK LyrV18h 42m 50.36s36 57' 28.76" C-8B2007-09-01 22:00:00A dusky red star of approximately 7.5 mv.
SV CygV20h 9m 30.41s47 52' 15.02" C-8B2007-09-01 22:00:00A pale orange-brown star of approximately 9 mv
RS CygV20h 13m 23.48s38 43' 40.27" C-8B2007-09-01 22:00:00A dusky, burnt-orange star of 8.5 mv
NGC 7078N21h 30m 0s12 10' 0" C-8B2007-09-01 22:00:00 This was spectacular in the 8.8mm Meade wide field eyepiece, even in the moonlight.
STT 443ABD21h 37m 37.04s6 42' 36.1" C-8B2007-09-01 22:00:00A pair of equally bright 9 Mv stars. Just north of 3 Peg, making a nice view, as each pair has the same position angle. WDS data: 9.47 - 9.67mv, K2, 348° pa, 7.9", 2004.
STF 2822ABD21h 44m 8.56s28 44' 33.4" C-8Backyard2007-09-01 22:00:00I saw 2 stars with their first diffraction ring touching, In position angle 60 degrees. My separation is approximately 1.5". WDS data: 4.75 - 6.18mv, F6VG2V, 316° pa, 1.8", 2010.
STF 2848D21h 58m 1.45s5 56' 25.3" C-8B2007-09-01 22:00:00A very nice pair, 2 white stars. WDS: PA: 57, Sep: 11.3, Mv: 7.21, Mvb: 7.73, Sp: Am F2V WDS data: 7.21 - 7.73mv, AmF2V, 56° pa, 10.8", 2010.
RZ PegV22h 5m 52.43s33 30' 23.83" C-8B2007-09-01 22:00:00A very pale burnt orange star of approximately 9 mv.
STF 1010ACD7h 1m 27.04s-3 7' 3.29" C-8B2007-09-04 20:00:00A lackluster little pair, at approximately 90 degrees position angle. WDS: position angle: 252, Sep: 3.2, Mv: 9.17, Mvb: 9.69, Sp: F0 WDS data: 7.68 - 8.77mv, B3, 6° pa, 22.7", 2003.
STF 2450A BCD19h 2m 7.03s52 15' 40" C-8B2007-09-04 20:00:00An unequal pair. The 9.1 Mv companion looked much fainter than the listed brightness. Lackluster. WDS data: 6.50 - 9.51mv, G8III, 299° pa, 5.2", 2005.
STF 2523ABD19h 26m 48.37s21 9' 46.19" C-8B2007-09-04 20:00:00An exquisite pair, in a nice grouping of stars. WDS: position angle: 149, Sep: 7.0, Mv: 7.95, Mvb: 8.05, Sp: B3V B7V WDS data: 7.95 - 8.05mv, B3VB7V, 148° pa, 6.3", 2008.
STT 388D19h 52m 19.59s25 51' 43" C-8B2007-09-04 20:00:00An exquisite pair, with a fainter star in the same pa as STT 388, so it's a triple. WDS data: 8.32 - 8.45mv, B9.5V, 138 pa, 3.8", 2010.
NGC 6853N19h 59m 36s22 43' 0" C-8B2007-09-04 20:00:00 An oblong box of sky brightening. No "dumb-bell" or other detail seen in the backyard light pollution.
STF 2655ABD20h 14m 4.51s22 13' 21.49" C-8B2007-09-04 20:00:00A nice pair of white stars, WDS: position angle: 4, Sep: 6.4, Mv: 7.89, Mvb: 7.95, Sp: A2V WDS data: 7.89 - 7.95mv, A2V, 3° pa, 6.1", 2008.
STF 2646D20h 14m 25.16s-6 2' 36" C-8B2007-09-04 20:00:00 Swept up this double. I saw a 15" pair in position angle 320, 8-9.5 Mv, F-K spectra. WDS: PA: 51, Sep: 25.1, Mv: 7.49, Mvb: 9.28, Sp: F0 WDS data: 9.3 - 12.5mv, U, 105° pa, 26.9", 1999.
STF 2698D20h 33m 45.57s28 7' 34.3" C-8B2007-09-04 20:00:00A nice pair, very near the cluster NGC 6940. It does not appear to be a cluster member. WDS: position angle: 302, Sep: 4.5, Mv: 8.66, Mvb:9.09, Sp: A0 WDS data: 8.66 - 9.09mv, A0, 303° pa, 4.4", 2009.
NGC 6940N20h 34m 36s28 18' 0" C-8B2007-09-04 20:00:00 A dusting of faint (< 11 Mv) stars bounded by an equilateral triangle of 9 Mv stars, with a few 9-10 Mv stars embedded in it as well.
STF 2718D20h 42m 34.04s12 43' 42" C-8B2007-09-04 20:00:00A nice pair in a pretty field. WDS: position angle: 87, Sep: 9.2, Mv: 8.28, Mvb: 8.39, Sp: F5 WDS data: 8.39 - 9.02mv, F5, 343° pa, 168.4", 2009.
STF 2720D20h 43m 27.9s16 56' 41.9" C-8B2007-09-04 20:00:00A lackluster pair. I missed it the first time I looked for it. WDS: position angle: 178, Sep: 3.8, Mv: 9.22, Mvb: 9.56, Sp: F8. WDS data: 9.22 - 9.56mv, F8, 178° pa, 3.9", 2009.
STF 2721D20h 43m 29.8s19 52' 52.19" C-8B2007-09-04 20:00:00Swept up this double while looking for V del. A close pair, but nice in the 8.8 eyepiece. WDS data: 7.8 - 9.9mv, G5, 22° pa, 2.5", 2005.
STF 2725ABD20h 46m 13.3s15 54' 26.39" C-8B2007-09-04 20:00:00A nice pair. With, gamma del, one of the nicer double-doubles in the heavens. WDS data: 7.54 - 8.20mv, K0, 11° pa, 6.1", 2010.
STF 2727ABD20h 46m 39.49s16 7' 27.4" C-8B2007-09-04 20:00:00Gamma Del. Always a delight. With Struve 2725, one of the nicer double-doubles in the heavens. WDS data: 4.36 - 5.03mv, K1IVF7V, 266° pa, 9.0", 2010.
V DelV20h 47m 45.32s19 20' 2.38" C-8B2007-09-04 20:00:00If seen at all, this star was barely visible, at approximately 11.5 mv.
STF 2738ABD20h 58m 32.22s16 26' 12.2" C-8B2007-09-04 20:00:00 A nice white pair. 7.5 - 8.5 Mv, approximately 12" separation. WDS: 256° pa, Sep: 15.0, Mv: 7.51, Mvb: 8.57, Sp: F5V A0 WDS data: 7.51 - 8.57mv, F5VA0, 254° pa, 14.8", 2009.
STF 2739D20h 59m 48.37s20 4' 9.3" C-8B2007-09-04 20:00:00A lackluster little pair, at approximately 90 or 270° position angle. WDS: 253° pa, 3.2" Sep, Mv: 9.17, Mvb: 9.69, Sp: F0 WDS data: 9.17 - 9.69mv, F0, 253° pa, 3.3", 2009.
106747S21h 0m 27.66s1106 46' 35.58" C-8B2007-09-04 20:00:00Swept up this red star while looking for V Del. It looks like it should be an LPV, but it's not.
DY VulV21h 3m 29.71s23 59' 43.6" C-8B2007-09-04 20:00:00A very pale, yellow orange star of approximately 8.5 mv.
R VulV21h 4m 22.56s23 49' 14.29" C-8B2007-09-04 20:00:00A pale, yellow orange star of about 9.5 mv.
STF 2473D19h 8m 32.35s37 55' 50" C-8B2007-09-08 22:00:00A swept up pair of faint stars. I saw 10.5-10.5 Mv, ~2.5", 300 degrees position angle, WDS: PA: 293, Sep: 6.2, Mv: 10.29, Mvb: 10.45, Sp: U WDS data: 10.29 - 10.45mv, U, 294° pa, 6.2", 2008.
STF 2487ABD19h 13m 45.48s39 8' 45.49" C-8B2007-09-08 22:00:00AKA Eta Lyra. A nice unequal double. I saw 4.2-7 Mv, 30", 80 degrees position angle, WDS: position angle: 80, Sep: 26.0,Mv: 4.38, Mvb: 8.58, Sp: B2.5IV, 2010. WDS data: 4.38 - 8.58mv, B2.5IV, 80° pa, 28.3", 2010.
HJ 1448D19h 52m 0.36s38 1' 54" C-8B2007-09-08 22:00:00A swept up double. I saw: 8.5 mv, 345 degrees position angle, 8"separation, WDS: position angle: 168, Sep: 12.0, Mv: 9.72, Mvb: 9.83,Sp: K WDS data: 9.72 - 9.83mv, K, 168° pa, 11.5", 2008.
SEI 926D20h 9m 26.07s36 29' 19" C-8B2007-09-08 22:00:00Part of a field of doubles in cygnus, WDS: position angle: 350, Sep: 29.0, Mv: 8.61, Mvb: 9.5, Sp: U WDS data: 8.61 - 9.50mv, B0Ib, 349° pa, 29.6", 2004.
ES 87D20h 10m 11.91s36 44' 4.59" C-8B2007-09-08 22:00:00 Part of a field of doubles in cygnus. WDS data: 9.34 - 10.39mv, A0V, 298° pa, 8.9", 2004.
SEI 945ABD20h 10m 26.44s36 44' 1.2" C-8B2007-09-08 22:00:00Part of a field of doubles in cygnus, just east of ES 87. WDS: position angle: 297, Sep: 9.5, Mv: 9.34, Mvb: 10.39, Sp: A0V WDS data: 9.5 - 11.0mv, U, 274° pa, 6.2", 2006.
SEI 958D20h 10m 48.74s36 45' 16.3" C-8B2007-09-08 22:00:00Part of a field of doubles in cygnus, WDS: position angle: 326, Sep: 21.2, Mv: 10, Mvb: 10.21, Sp: B8IV WDS data: 10.00 - 10.21mv, B8IV, 323° pa, 21.2", 2005.
SEI 962D20h 11m 1.18s36 42' 2.19" C-8B2007-09-08 22:00:00 Part of a field of doubles in cygnus, A wide double, east of ES 87 and SEI945. WDS: position angle: 295, Sep: 22.1, Mv: 9.29, Mvb: 10.85, Sp:K1III WDS data: 9.29 - 10.85mv, K1III, 289° pa, 23.2", 2005.
RS CygV20h 13m 23.48s38 43' 40.27" C-8B2007-09-08 22:00:00Looked to be 7.5 tonight.
NGC 6913N20h 23m 54s38 32' 0" C-8B2007-09-08 22:00:00 A loose cluster of 6 or so 8mv stars with a few fainter ones (> 10mv) surrounding it. It does pop right out in a low power field.
SEI 1116D20h 24m 10.7s38 19' 11.39" C-8B2007-09-08 22:00:00 A wide double, just south of M29. WDS: position angle: 339, Sep: 29.6, Mv: 9.16, Mvb: 10, Sp: A0V WDS data: 9.16 - 10.00mv, A0V, 341° pa, 30.6", 2004.
STF 2691D20h 29m 43.17s38 7' 31.5" C-8B2007-09-08 22:00:00 A swept up double. I saw: 8-8.5 mv, 15" separation, PA 30, WDS: position angle: 31, Sep: 15.0, Mv: 8.14, Mvb: 8.45, Sp: B6V, 2008. WDS data: 8.14 - 8.45mv, B6V, 31° pa, 17.2", 2008.
STF 2758ABD21h 6m 53.94s38 44' 57.89" C-8B2007-09-08 22:00:00I saw: 200 (or 20) degrees position angle, 60" separation, WDS: position angle: 152, Sep: 19.6, Mv: 5.35, Mvb: 6.1, Sp: K5V K7V WDS data: 5.20 - 6.05mv, K5VK7V, 152° pa, 31.4", 2010.
RV CygV21h 43m 16.24s38 1' 0.95" C-8B2007-09-08 22:00:00Appeared 8.0 mv this evening.
NGC 6204N16h 46m 30s-47 1' 0" C-8P2007-09-12 21:30:00A large cluster, not at bright as M 10, but much more compact, with much fainter stars. It looked a bit elongated to me, in position angle 70 degrees. The cluster was easily granulated, but individual stars were hard to see. It's brightest stars are 14 mv, with most under 20th (Kogon, et al, Astronomical Journal, Vol. 79, p. 387 (1974))
NGC 6254N16h 57m 6s-4 6' 0" C-8P2007-09-12 21:30:00 A large, loose globular. It's quite bright. A few 12-13 mv stars, the rest a granulated mass of fainter stars. (Brightness from Hurley et al, Astronomical Journal, vol. 98, Dec. 1989, p. 2124-2145)
IC 1257N17h 27m 6s-7 6' 0" C-8P2007-09-12 21:45:00 One of the faintest objects I've ever seen. It was a barely preceptible but persistent brightening of the sky. A 13.7 magnitude star just south of it was easily seen. SEDS gives its overall integrated magnitude as 13.1. An HR diagram (Harris, et al, Astronomical Journal v.113, p.688-691 (1997)) shows it's brightest star to be 16 mv. Other data:http://www.mporzio.astro.it/~marco/gc/
NGC 6366N17h 27m 42s-5 5' 0" C-8P2007-09-12 21:45:00A faint, diffuse object at the southern end of a 4 star chain. Hard to see.
NGC 6543N17h 58m 36s66 38' 0" C-8P2007-09-12 22:00:00A bright, pale blue disc. Not at all like it's HST photos!
NGC 6613N18h 19m 54s-17 8' 0" C-8P2007-09-12 22:00:00A large, loose cluster, enveloped in faint nebulosity. In a starless region of the sky, this grouping would be spectacular, but towards the center of the milky way, it hardly stands out.
NGC 6618N18h 20m 48s-16 11' 0" C-8P2007-09-12 22:00:00"The swan" seems to swim northwards through the milky way. One of the most beautiful nebula in the sky.
NGC 6818N19h 44m 0s-14 9' 0" C-8P2007-09-12 22:00:00A bright, pale blue doughnut. The "ring" shape of this nebula was barely apparent, it's central region was much brighter than M57's. When I looked directly at the nebula, it seemed to vanish, as my fovea could not see it.
NGC 6822N19h 44m 54s-14 48' 0" C-8P2007-09-12 22:00:00 This galaxy appears to be a star cloud in the milky way. It's very low contrast, and seems to be oriented in north-south direction, position angle approximately 0 degrees. It is very hard to see, even at 36x.
NGC 6864N20h 6m 6s-21 55' 0" C-8P2007-09-12 22:00:00A bright, compact globular cluster. It's quite striking. I barely could granulate this cluster. The brightest stars in the cluster are only 14th mv. (Catelan, M et al. in The Astronomical Journal, Volume124, Issue 1, pp. 364-378.)
NGC 6994N20h 59m 0s-12 38' 0" C-8P2007-09-12 22:00:00 "Messier's Mistake". An easily made one. This little asterism does indeed seem to have a glow of nebulosity or a cloud of very faint stars around it. It is now not even thought to be a cluster.
NGC 6853N19h 59m 36s22 43' 0" C-8B2007-09-12 22:30:00 Wow. In dark skies, this is spectacular. The southern "bell" is the brighter, and hints of mottling were seen. The nebula itself was washed out blue in color. The star field around it is dazzling.
NGC 6960N20h 45m 42s30 43' 0" C-8P2007-09-12 22:30:00Eastern branch of the Veil. A soft glow near 52 Cyg in a glorious field. The nebula is mostly north and south of 52.
NGC 6992N20h 56m 24s31 43' 0" C-8P2007-09-12 22:30:00The western branch of the Veil. A large, faint, pale arc of nebulosity in a glorious field. Superb at 36x
190786S21h 58m 43.76s-1212 46' 37.14" C-8P2007-09-12 22:30:00 Well, it's not listed as a variable, but it sure looks like an N star. Given it's an M4 giant, it probably does vary a bit. It looked like sunlight glinting off of a newly minted penny. Swept up while looking for NGC 7293
NGC 7099N21h 40m 24s-23 11' 0" C-8P2007-09-12 22:45:00 A loose globular, with stars 11.5... mv. Not as striking as M 75. The published H-R diagram shows the brightest stars are 12... mv (Buonanno, R, et all in Astronomy and Astrophysics Supplement Series, vol. 74, no.3, Sept. 1998)
NGC 224N0h 42m 42s41 16' 0" C-8B2007-09-13 00:15:00I managed to trace the boundaries of this galaxy to 4 degrees along its major axis. The dark lanes just west of the nucleus were glimpsed. The light of the galaxy is uniform, especially towards the center.
STF 3061D0h 5m 44.44s17 50' 25" C-8B2007-09-16 01:00:00 A nice white pairs of stars, position angle approximately 150 degrees. Struve 3060 is in the same field, and the 2 pairs have similar position angles. WDS: position angle: 148, Sep: 7.6, Mv: 8.4, Mvb: 8.51, Sp: F5V F5V WDS data: 8.40 - 8.51mv, F5VF5V, 149° pa, 7.7", 2006.
STF 3060ABD0h 5m 55.56s18 4' 34.4" C-8B2007-09-16 01:00:00A dull white pairs of stars, position angle approximately 140 degrees. Struve 3061 is in the same field, and the 2 pairs have similar position angles. WDS: position angle: 134, Sep: 3.9, Mv: 9.32, Mvb: 9.65, Sp: K0 WDS data: 9.32 - 9.65mv, K0, 134° pa, 3.4", 2010.
STF 245ABD2h 18m 36.26s40 16' 43.69" C-8B2007-09-16 01:00:00A nice yellow-gold pair, approximately 310 degrees position angle. Interesting how the fainter component looks darker, even if they are the same spectral class. WDS: position angle: 293, Sep: 10.7, Mv: 7.26,Mvb: 8.03, Sp: F3V F3V WDS data: 7.26 - 8.03mv, F3VF3V, 293° pa, 11.1", 2010.
STF 250D2h 21m 14.91s37 25' 23.19" C-8B2007-09-16 01:00:00A close, lackluster double. I saw position angle as approximately 130°egrees. WDS: position angle: 136, Sep: 3.2, Mv: 9.22, Mvb: 9.69, Sp:A3 WDS data: 9.22 - 9.69mv, A3, 136° pa, 3.2", 2009.
STF 249D2h 21m 35.65s44 35' 59.7" C-8B2007-09-16 01:00:00 This looked to be a bit closer than WDS's 2.3", and the companion looked fainter than the listed 9 mv. Position angle approximately 180. WDS: position angle: 195, Sep: 2.3, Mv: 7.21, Mvb: 8.99, Sp: A2. WDS data: 7.21 - 8.99mv, A2, 195° pa, 2.4", 2006.
STF 251D2h 21m 44.13s39 22' 39.89" C-8B2007-09-16 01:00:00 This was a rather hard to find pair, it's so close and faint. It looked single with the 24.5, and took searching with the 14 wide field to find it. Position angle 270. WDS: position angle: 265, Sep: 2.2, Mv: 9.02, Mvb: 9.63, Sp: G5 WDS data: 9.02 - 9.63mv, G5, 265° pa, 2.1", 2008.
STF 2985ABD23h 9m 58.87s47 57' 33.79" C-8B2007-09-16 01:00:00 I saw position angle 260 d, with the primary yellow and the secondary gold, an average looking double. WDS: position angle: 256, Sep: 14.7, Mv: 7.21, Mvb: 8.02, Sp: G2IV-V. WDS data: 7.21 - 8.02mv, G2IV-V, 256° pa, 15.8", 2007.
NGC 7662N23h 25m 54s42 33' 0" C-8B2007-09-16 01:00:00A fuzzy, almost featureless pale blue disk with a hint of a central hole. The nebula vanished when viewed with the fovea in the 24.5. Not so the 12.5, as the image then spills over the retina's fovea.
NGC 7768N23h 50m 54s27 10' 0" C-8B2007-09-16 01:00:00 An E0 galaxy, with an integrated magnitude of 12.3. This is the faintest galaxy I've ever seen from the backyard. It was close to the zenith, and not visible in the 24.5, but glimpsed with the 12.5. Seen while observing GR Peg.
GR PegV23h 51m 8.05s27 10' 46.96" C-8B2007-09-16 01:00:00There was no color seen in this M8 star, as it seemed to be at less than its recorded minimum. I saw it as 11.5, not 11. NGC 7768 was glimpsed with the 12.5, but not with the 25.4.
STF 3048ABD23h 58m 3.87s24 20' 27.5" C-8B2007-09-16 01:00:00A yellow and orange star with a position angle of 320 degrees. It is a triple, as there is an 11 mv companion at approximately 270 position angle. WDS: position angle: 315, Sep: 9.4, Mv: 7.94, Mvb: 10.17, Sp: G5. WDS data: 7.94 - 10.17mv, G5, 314° pa, 8.5", 2008.
NGC 247N0h 47m 6s-20 46' 0" C-8P2007-09-17 21:00:00A faint oval, smaller than NGC 253.
NGC 288N0h 52m 48s-26 35' 0" C-8P2007-09-17 21:00:00A large, loose, faint globular cluster, easily resolved, however, when seen.
IC 1459N22h 57m 12s-36 28' 0" C-8P2007-09-17 21:00:00 A bright, fuzzy starlike object.
STF 186D1h 55m 53.8s1 50' 59.6" C-8B2007-09-18 03:00:00A close pair, with the secondary looking much fainter than its listed magnitude. The secondary sat on the primaries first or second diffraction ring, the seeing was fairly unsteady, so the rings were dancing around wildly; position angle approximately 270°. WDS: position angle: 60, Sep: 1.4, Mv: 6.79, Mvb: 6.84, Sp: F9V. It's possible that this was the wrong star. WDS data: 6.79 - 6.84mv, F9V, 246° pa, 0.9", 2009.
H 5 12D1h 57m 55.7s23 35' 45" C-8B2007-09-18 03:00:00AKA Lambda Aries. A nice but wide pair of yellow white stars. WDS data: 4.80 - 6.65mv, F0IVF7V, 48° pa, 38.1", 2011.
STF 224D2h 10m 52s13 41' 0.4" C-8B2007-09-18 03:00:00 A faintly yellow pair, average looking. 240° position angle. WDS: position angle: 244, Sep: 6.3, Mv: 8.28, Mvb: 8.9, Sp: G5 WDS data: 8.28 - 8.90mv, G5, 243° pa, 6.0", 2007.
STF 240D2h 17m 15.74s23 52' 24.79" C-8B2007-09-18 03:00:00 A nice pair, albeit a bit faint. They look equally bright. WDS: position angle: 48, Sep: 4.7, Mv: 8.32, Mvb: 8.6, Sp: F0. WDS data: 8.32 - 8.60mv, F0, 53° pa, 4.8", 2010.
STF 239D2h 17m 25.29s28 44' 42.09" C-8B2007-09-18 03:00:00 A lackluster pair. I saw position angle as 280 °, WDS: position angle: 209, Sep: 14.4 Mv: 7.09, Mvb: 7.83, Sp: F7V F9V WDS data: 7.09 - 7.83mv, F7VF9V, 212° pa, 14.0", 2010.
STF 246D2h 18m 39.74s34 29' 15.59" C-8B2007-09-18 03:00:00 A lackluster pair of 135° position angle. WDS: PA: 123, Sep: 10.8 Mv: 7.82, Mvb: 9.26, Sp: G0IV WDS data: 7.82 - 9.26mv, G0IV, 123° pa, 9.8", 2007.
NGC 949N2h 30m 48s37 8' 0" C-8B2007-09-18 03:00:00A very low contrast glow. No detail seen.
STF 285D2h 38m 45.9s33 25' 8.2" C-8B2007-09-18 03:00:00 A very close pair that looks fainter than their listed magnitudes. 180° position angle. Lackluster. WDS: PA: 177, Sep: 2.2, Mv: 7.48, Mvb: 8.14,Sp: K2III+ WDS data: 7.48 - 8.14mv, K2III+, 162° pa, 1.7", 2008.
STF 291D2h 41m 6.81s18 47' 59" C-8B2007-09-18 03:00:00 A pair of faint white stars, position angle 140°. They look fainter than their listed magnitude. WDS data: 7.50 - 9.53mv, U, 243° pa, 65.3", 2000.
STF 300D2h 44m 36.84s29 27' 36.59" C-8B2007-09-18 03:00:00 A faint, close pair, position angle 330. WDS: position angle: 294, Sep: 2.9, Mv: 7.89, Mvb: 8.08, Sp: F0IV WDS data: 7.89 - 8.08mv, F0IV, 315° pa, 3.2", 2008.
STF 305ABD2h 47m 27.34s19 22' 20" C-8B2007-09-18 03:00:00 A nice pair with approximately 4" separation, position angle 330. WDS: position angle: 333, Sep: 1.6, Mv: 7.52, Mvb: 8.25, Sp: G0V WDS data: 7.52 - 8.25mv, G0V, 308° pa, 3.5", 2010.
STF 311D2h 49m 17.75s17 27' 49" C-8B2007-09-18 03:00:00 Aka Pi or 42 Arietis. An unequal pair, with another companion 20" away, all three stars have the same position angle, 120°. WDS: position angle:125, Sep: 3.2, Mv: 5.32, Mvb: 7.95, Sp: B6V, More distant pair: position angle: 109, Sep: 25.5, Mv: 5.3, Mvb: 10.72, Sp: U. WDS data: 7.95 - 10.72mv, U, 110° pa, 24.8", 1999.
STF 333ABD2h 59m 12.72s21 20' 25.6" C-8B2007-09-18 03:00:00 Aka Epsilon or 48 Arietis. A very close pair, at 0.5". Each star is with the other's first diffraction ring, but both Airy discs were seen, boiling in the turbulent atmosphere at 500x in the 4mm, position angle was 30° or 210°. WDS: position angle: 210, Sep: 0.5, Mv: 5.17, Mvb: 5.57, Sp: A2Vs A2Vs WDS data: 5.17 - 5.57mv, A2VsA2Vs, 210° pa, 1.4", 2009.
STF 376D3h 20m 20.64s19 43' 49.3" C-8B2007-09-18 03:00:00 A nice, but faint pair of yellow stars, position angle 70 or 250. Both stars appear equally bright. G0? WDS: position angle: 252, Sep: 5.8, Mv: 8.33, Mvb: 8.44, Sp: A2V (Perhaps there a bit of interstellar reddening going on here.) WDS data: 8.33 - 8.44mv, A2V, 252° pa, 8.1", 2010.
STF 377ACD3h 20m 34.14s19 10' 49.49" C-8B2007-09-18 03:00:00 I did not split the 8-9th mv pair at 0.8". The other two stars also appeared single, making this system appear to be a single double of separation 25" in position angle 120°. WDS data: 8.78 - 12.8mv, A2.5V, 223° pa, 24.5", 2007.
STF 394ABD3h 28m 1.39s20 27' 51.4" C-8B2007-09-18 03:00:00A nice pale gold (primary) - pale blue (secondary) pair, position angle approximately 165°. WDS: position angle: 163, Sep: 8.5, Mv: 7.05, Mvb:8.16, Sp: A3 G5 WDS data: 7.05 - 8.16mv, A3G5, 164° pa, 6.9", 2008.
SW CetV1h 38m 29.26s1 21' 45.7" C-8B2007-09-18 04:00:00Not found.
TVB 200322+1544D20h 3m 22s15 44' 0" C-8B2007-09-30 21:30:00This double, with position angle 350°, separation approximately 12" 9.5 - 10mv, is not in Burnham or the WDS. It is in WikiSky. Both stars appeared to be a dull white. WDS data: 9.5 - 10.0mv, U, 350° pa, 12", 2007.
STF 2738ABD20h 58m 32.22s16 26' 12.2" C-8B2007-09-30 21:30:00Swept up double. 15" separation, 250° position angle. 7.5 - 8.5. WDS: position angle: 256, Sep: 15.0, Mv: 7.51, Mvb: 8.57, Sp: F5V A0 WDS data: 7.51 - 8.57mv, F5VA0, 254° pa, 14.8", 2009.
NGC 246N0h 47m 0s-11 53' 0" C-8B2007-10-13 21:00:00 A faint, large, planetary nebula. I did not see the circular outline as seen in its photos. Rather, it appears as 5 faint stars enveloped with nebulosity.
NGC 253N0h 47m 36s-25 17' 0" C-8Pinnacles2007-10-13 21:00:00A beautiful, bright oval in the sky, somewhat mottled.
AQ SgrV19h 34m 19.05s-16 22' 32.61" C-8P2007-10-13 21:00:00 A red orange star of approximately 10.0mv.
NGC 6809N19h 40m 0s-30 58' 0" C-8P2007-10-13 21:00:00 A bright, large, loose globular with quite a few bright stars involved with it. I estimated these to be 11.5 mv. Oddly, the color magnitude diagram shows only 1 or 2 12th magnitude stars, and quite a few 14th and below stars. The cluster was easily resolved.
NGC 6981N20h 53m 30s-12 32' 0" C-8P2007-10-13 21:00:00 A faint, but resolvable globular. The stars are 14 mv and fainter, although with averted vision, the cluster was well granulated. I expect I was glimpsing 15th mv stars. Much smaller than M55.
NGC 7293N22h 29m 36s-20 48' 0" C-8P2007-10-13 21:00:00 A large, faint circle in the sky. I could not see a ring or helical shape. The nebula was still in the eastern "soup" when I observed it this year, so the sky could have been darker.
NGC 7320N22h 36m 6s33 57' 0" C-8P2007-10-13 21:00:00AKA Stephan's Quintet. A very faint, but persistent brightening of the sky. Without a finder chart I would not have been able to find it. Ranks with IC 1257 for difficulty in seeing it. I only "saw" the brightest member, NGC 7320.
R AqrV23h 43m 49.45s-15 17' 3.15" C-8P2007-10-13 21:00:00A bizarre star. It looks red grey! Like a very dusty red star. Approximately 8 mv. No sign of the nebula was seen, but I didn't look too hard.
STF 383D3h 24m 14.31s17 32' 58.49" C-8B2007-10-21 03:00:00A pair of dusky yellow white stars, position angle 135°. WDS: position angle: 120, Sep: 5.7, Mv: 8.48, Mvb: 9.12, Sp: G5 WDS data: 8.48 - 9.12mv, G5, 120° pa, 5.3", 2010.
STF 406D3h 30m 47.65s5 9' 9.5" C-8B2007-10-21 03:00:00 A pair of yellow white stars, position angle 135 degrees. WDS: PA: 126, Sep: 9.3, Mv: 7.56, Mvb: 9.33, Sp: F0 WDS data: 7.56 - 9.33mv, F0, 126° pa, 9.4", 2009.
STF 403D3h 31m 13.42s19 47' 0.3" C-8B2007-10-21 03:00:00A cute little pair, white. WDS: position angle: 182, Sep: 2.9, Mv: 8.71, Mvb: 8.92, Sp: F8 WDS data: 8.71 - 8.92mv, F8, 173° pa, 2.3", 2008.
STF 401ABD3h 31m 20.76s27 34' 18.5" C-8B2007-10-21 03:00:00 A lovely white pair! 300° position angle, WDS: position angle: 270, Sep: 11.1, Mv: 6.58, Mvb: 6.93, Sp: A2V WDS data: 6.58 - 6.93mv, A2V, 270° pa, 11.4", 2010.
STF 414D3h 34m 27.72s19 47' 52.4" C-8B2007-10-21 03:00:00A nice pair, white. 195° position angle, WDS: position angle: 186, Sep: 7.1, Mv: 8.15, Mvb: 8.28, Sp: A0 WDS data: 8.15 - 8.28mv, A0, 186° pa, 7.5", 2010.
STF 422D3h 36m 47.29s0 35' 15.9" C-8B2007-10-21 03:00:00 A nice unequal pair, with a yellow primary. The secondary was too faint to discern much color, position angle 290. WDS: position angle: 272, Sep: 5.4, Mv: 6, Mvb: 8.9, Sp: G8V WDS data: 6.00 - 8.90mv, G8V, 272° pa, 6.7", 2009.
76068S3h 40m 29.12s1640 34' 24.49" C-8B2007-10-21 03:00:00This K7 star looked oddly red, much closer to an M7 or N star than a K7 star. It's probably not a variable.
STF 427D3h 40m 38.77s28 46' 24" C-8B2007-10-21 03:00:00 A very nice pair of almost equally bright stars. position angle approximately 30 or 210°. WDS: position angle: 205, Sep: 7.3, Mv: 7.41, Mvb: 7.84, Sp: A1V A2V WDS data: 7.41 - 7.84mv, A1VA2V, 208° pa, 7.0", 2007.
STF 429D3h 41m 16.94s28 31' 58.79" C-8B2007-10-21 03:00:00 An easy double to miss. The companion was almost invisible at 83x, and very difficult at 163x, position angle 140°. WDS: position angle: 104, Sep: 16.3, Mv: 9.5, Mvb: 12, Sp: G0 WDS data: 9.5 - 12.0mv, G0, 104° pa, 16.3", 2000.
STF 450D3h 47m 24.41s23 54' 52" C-8B2007-10-21 03:00:00An ordinary sort of pair in the Pleiades, quite overshadowed by the rest of the cluster. WDS data: 7.29 - 9.1mv, A2V, 263° pa, 6.2", 2008.
STF 479ABD4h 0m 56.8s23 12' 5.39" C-8B2007-10-21 03:00:00A lovely pair of bright white stars, position angle 135°. WDS: , position angle: 127, Sep: 7.2, Mv: 6.92, Mvb: 7.76, Sp: B9V WDS data: 6.92 - 7.76mv, B9V, 127° pa, 7.2", 2010.
STF 491D4h 5m 52.89s10 58' 23.7" C-8B2007-10-21 03:00:00 A close, but not difficult pair. Yellow white, position angle 110, WDS: position angle: 111, Sep: 2.7,Mv: 8.58, Mvb: 9.56, Sp: F5 WDS data: 8.58 - 9.56mv, F5, 97° pa, 2.8", 2010.
STF 495D4h 7m 41.98s15 9' 46.09" C-8B2007-10-21 03:00:00An average looking double, position angle 225. WDS: position angle: 223, Sep: 3.6,Mv: 6.11, Mvb: 8.77, Sp: F3V WDS data: 6.11 - 8.77mv, F3V, 223° pa, 3.8", 2006.
STF 515D4h 13m 23.04s2 52' 7.69" C-8B2007-10-21 03:00:00A nice white pair, position angle 60°. WDS: position angle: 44, Sep: 3.5, Mv: 9.04, Mvb: 9.15, Sp: F5 WDS data: 9.04 - 9.15mv, F5, 44° pa, 3.5", 2000.
T TauV4h 21m 59.04s19 32' 13.24" C-8B2007-10-21 03:00:00A 9.5 mv star, found by means of the chart I made. Visually, it does not stand out. The nebula associated with this was located around an arc minute or two NW of the star. It was extremely faint, and if I hadn't know it was there I would not have spotted it.
R LepV4h 59m 36.34s-14 48' 16.34" C-8B2007-10-21 03:00:00The star appeared to be 7.5 mv, and looked a bright red orange. I've seen it much more red.
V AurV6h 24m 2.96s47 42' 31.49" C-8B2007-10-21 03:00:00A brick red star, with a bit of pastel gray mixed in. A classic N star which I found to be 9.5 mv.
STF 2797D21h 26m 41.14s13 41' 17.8" C-8B2007-11-23 20:00:00An unequal pair, white and "gray". An OK pair, but does not stand out. WDS data: 7.37 - 8.83mv, A2V, 218° pa, 3.5", 2008.
STF 2841A BCD21h 54m 17.43s19 43' 5" C-8B2007-11-23 20:00:00A nice, wide pair, yellow and pale blue (probably white, but blueish in contrast to the primary). WDS data: 6.45 - 7.99mv, K0IIIF7V, 110 pa, 22.3", 2012.
STF 2854D22h 4m 22.52s13 38' 53.4" C-8B2007-11-23 20:00:00 A very close, unequal pair, difficult in this evening's full moon glare. WDS: position angle: 83, Sep: 3.3, Mv: 7.77, Mvb: 7.89, Sp: F6V. Note that I saw the companion as being much fainter than as listed by the WDS. WDS data: 7.77 - 7.89mv, F6V, 83° pa, 1.7", 2009.
STF 2861D22h 6m 1.24s20 48' 12.39" C-8B2007-11-23 20:00:00 A nice, but faint pair. Both stars appeared white. WDS: position angle: 220, Sep: 7.1, Mv: 8.14, Mvb: 8.64, Sp: A4V WDS data: 8.14 - 8.64mv, A4V, 221° pa, 7.1", 2007.
STF 2920ABD22h 34m 31.57s4 13' 20.59" C-8B2007-11-23 20:00:00 Wrong coordinates? WDS data: 7.55 - 8.85mv, B9.5V, 143° pa, 13.6", 2007.
STF 2857D22h 6m 10.57s10 5' 36.39" C-8B2007-11-23 20:30:00 The companion appears quite faint, in tonight's moon washed sky. WDS: position angle: 114, Sep: 19.5, Mv: 7.14, Mvb: 9.8, Sp: A2. Note that Burnham shows the companion as 8.5 mv, and the WDS as 9.8. My observation agrees with the WDS. WDS data: 7.14 - 9.80mv, A2, 112° pa, 19.8", 2003.
STF 2905D22h 27m 12.81s15 9' 12.8" C-8B2007-11-23 20:30:00 A faint pair, Burnham gives 8.5, 8.5 mv, WDS gives 9.3, 9.3. My observation agrees with WDS. The stars appeared white. WDS: position angle: 284, Sep: 3.3, Mv: 9.28, Mvb: 9.34, Sp: G1V WDS data: 9.28 - 9.34mv, G1V, 285° pa, 3.3", 2009.
STF 2908D22h 28m 11.54s17 15' 47.89" C-8B2007-11-23 20:30:00 Yellowish - blue. The companion, Burnham 8.5, WDS 9.7, appeared faint, my observation agrees with the WDS. WDS: position angle: 116, Sep: 8.9, Mv: 7.74, Mvb: 9.68, Sp: G9III. WDS data: 7.74 - 9.68mv, G9III, 113° pa, 9.0", 2009.
STF 2915ABD22h 32m 33.92s7 25' 5.49" C-8B2007-11-23 20:30:00Two white stars. Lackluster. WDS: position angle: 169, Sep: 12.3, Mv: 9.46, Mvb: 9.52, Sp: F0. WDS data: 9.46 - 9.52mv, F0, 126° pa, 15.0", 2010.
STF 2974D23h 5m 1.11s33 23' 8" C-8B2007-11-23 20:30:00 A close pair, with faint components, but quite nice. The stars were white, with close to equal brightness. WDS: position angle: 161, Sep:3.4, Mv: 8.07, Mvb: 8.46, Sp: A0V A3V. WDS data: 8.07 - 8.46mv, A0VA3V, 166° pa, 2.6", 2009.
STF 2978D23h 7m 27.72s32 49' 31.29" C-8B2007-11-23 20:30:00 A nice, unequal pair, light yellow, pale orange. WDS: position angle:148, Sep: 8.7, Mv: 6.35, Mvb: 7.46, Sp: A3V. Perhaps a bit of interstellar reddening here? Star colors can be quite subjective. WDS data: 6.35 - 7.46mv, A3V, 145° pa, 8.2", 2010.
STF 2990ABD23h 13m 17.59s22 5' 0.7" C-8B2007-11-23 20:45:00 A close white pair, but it was split with the 24.5mm! The stars are faint enough that the diffraction rings are mostly invisible. With the 6mm,the stars were cleanly split with about 4 airy disks of dark sky between them. WDS: position angle: 70, Sep: 1.4, Mv: 8.9, Mvb: 8.97, Sp: F2 WDS data: 8.90 - 8.97mv, F2, 56° pa, 2.4", 2010.
STF 2920ABD22h 34m 31.57s4 13' 20.59" C-8B2007-11-27 18:30:00White and Yellow, an unequal pair. WDS data: 7.55 - 8.85mv, B9.5V, 143° pa, 13.6", 2007.
STF 22AB D0h 17m 24.5s8 52' 34" C-8B2007-11-27 19:00:00A very nice, slightly unequal pair. Both light yellow. WDS data: 7.13 - 11.5mv, F5, 151° pa, 65.8", 2005.
STF 40ABD0h 35m 9.63s36 49' 56.2" C-8B2007-11-27 19:00:00 A yellow-whitish unequal pair. The companion looked reddish at first, but after a few moments of observation, it looked white. An interesting physiological effect. WDS data: 6.72 - 8.48mv, K4III, 312° pa, 11.8", 2008.
STF 79D1h 0m 3.56s44 42' 47.7" C-8B2007-11-27 19:00:00A brilliant white, slightly unequal pair, very nice. WDS data: 6.04 - 6.77mv, B9.5VA2V, 194° pa, 7.9", 2010.
STF 88ABD1h 5m 40.93s21 28' 23.59" C-8B2007-11-27 19:00:00A bright white, wide pair, tinged with yellow. Quite nice. WDS data: 5.27 - 5.45mv, B9.5VA0V, 159° pa, 30.6", 2010.
STF 102ABD1h 17m 47.95s49 0' 30.5" C-8B2007-11-27 19:00:00An OK, unequal pair, the secondary in this pair appeared red on first glance, but then seemed to whiten. A physiological effect. WDS does not list the secondary's spectral type. WDS data: 7.31 - 9.18mv, B9.5V, 274° pa, 0.5", 2004.
STF 179D1h 53m 10.71s37 19' 16.3" C-8B2007-11-27 19:00:00 A faint, close pair of white stars, fuzzing in and out in tonight's unsteady seeing. Best in the 12.5. Both the 6 and 8.8 showed blobs, and the 25.4 was not enough magnification. WDS data: 7.59 - 8.14mv, F2V, 160° pa, 3.5", 2007.
STF 113A BCD1h 19m 48.28s-0 30' 32" C-8B2007-11-27 20:00:00An elongated blob in tonight's poor seeing. This should be revisited on a steadier night. WDS data: 6.45 - 6.99mv, A2V+G4III, 19° pa, 1.5", 2010.
SW CetV1h 38m 29.26s1 21' 45.7" C-8B2007-11-27 20:00:00Confirmed sighting with the PSS plate of the region. Last year's sighting was accurate as well. For an M7 star, it sure looked white.
STF 155ABD1h 44m 15.19s9 29' 2.7" C-8B2007-11-27 20:00:00A pretty pair, forming the base of an isosceles triangle triangle of stars. A nice asterism! WDS data: 7.87 - 8.01mv, F2, 326° pa, 4.9", 2008.
STF 208ABD2h 3m 39.25s25 56' 7.59" C-8B2007-11-27 20:00:00A barely elongated blob in this unsteady seeing. A revisit is in order. WDS data: 5.82 - 7.87mv, F8IV, 23° pa, 2.0", 2006.
STF 750D5h 35m 31.06s-4 21' 50.59" C-8B2007-12-18 02:30:00Primary appears elongated. A nice unequal double of white stars. WDS data: 6.43 - 8.39mv, B2.5IV, 60° pa, 4.2", 2007.
STF 1083D7h 25m 35.3s20 29' 42.59" C-8B2007-12-18 02:30:00Exquisite, the only bright stars in the field. WDS data: 7.32 - 8.13mv, A5, 47° pa, 6.7", 2011.
STF 1103D7h 30m 33.6s5 15' 16.8" C-8B2007-12-18 02:30:00A nice, unequal pair PA approximately 270. WDS gives 245. WDS data: 7.12 - 8.64mv, B9, 245° pa, 4.4", 2007.
STF 1116D7h 34m 32.01s12 18' 16.89" C-8B2007-12-18 02:30:00A nice, close pair WDS data: 7.81 - 8.50mv, B8, 96° pa, 1.8", 2008.
NGC 2422N7h 36m 36s-14 30' 0" C-8B2007-12-18 02:30:00A sparse, but bright open cluster containing the exquisite double Struve 1121.
STF 1121ABD7h 36m 36.06s-14 29' 3.69" C-8B2007-12-18 02:30:00A splendid pair in the cluster M47. A superb field. WDS data: 6.92 - 7.30mv, B6VB6V, 305° pa, 7.2", 2011.
STF 1138ABD7h 45m 29.14s-14 41' 25.7" C-8B2007-12-18 02:30:00A nice, wide pair. A bright star, 5 mv is also in the field. WDS data: 6.00 - 6.73mv, A2VA8V, 340° pa, 16.7", 2011.
STF 136ABD1h 34m 51.61s12 33' 31.2" C-8B2007-12-31 19:00:00An wide, lackluster pair. WDS data: 7.33 - 8.33mv, A6V, 77° pa, 15.5", 2007.
STF 138ABD1h 36m 2.85s7 38' 42.89" C-8B2007-12-31 19:00:00 A nice, close pair, cleanly split with the 12.5. WDS data: 7.50 - 7.63mv, F6V, 60° pa, 1.9", 2009.
STF 274ABD2h 31m 29.87s1 5' 39.19" C-8B2007-12-31 19:00:00 A lovely, wide pair of almost equally bright white stars. WDS data: 7.52 - 7.62mv, Am, 220° pa, 13.6", 2010.
STF 323D2h 52m 39.65s6 28' 29.29" C-8B2007-12-31 19:00:00A splendid little pair WDS data: 7.81 - 7.92mv, B9, 280° pa, 2.8", 2008.
S AurV5h 27m 7.42s34 9' 7.57" C-8B2007-12-31 19:00:00Invisible, despite a decent finder chart. I recorded 12th mv stars with the 12.5 orthoscopic, but the AAVSO observers find it to be 12.5 - 13.1 mv
AQ AndV0h 27m 31.79s35 35' 15" C-8B2008-01-01 19:00:00 An orange star of 8th Mv, despite the GCVS range of 10-12. AAVSO observers peg it at approximately 8.5.
S 390D0h 58m 9.75s-15 40' 58" C-8B2008-01-01 19:00:00An exquisite pair of white stars. WDS data: 7.77 - 7.86mv, dF6+dF7, 216° pa, 6.5", 2008.
STF 280D2h 34m 7.49s-5 38' 7.59" C-8B2008-01-01 19:00:00The seeing tonight was terrible. I elongated the star in PA 0. WDS data: 7.98 - 7.97mv, K1III, 345° pa, 3.6", 2008.
STF 334D2h 59m 22.43s6 39' 7.79" C-8B2008-01-01 19:00:00The seeing tonight was terrible. I elongated the star in PA 300. WDS data: 7.90 - 8.23mv, F0, 309° pa, 1.2", 2008.
NGC 1049N2h 39m 42s-34 17' 0" C-8P2008-01-03 20:00:00 Without a finder chart, this would never have been seen. Like IC 1257, it's a small, low contrast smudge in the night sky, barely seen with averted vision. With this cluster, I've seen every globular in the NGC and IC north of -50 declination.
NGC 1380N3h 36m 30s-34 59' 0" C-8P2008-01-03 20:00:00 A nondescript smudge, easily seen with averted vision.
NGC 1381N3h 36m 36s-35 18' 0" C-8P2008-01-03 20:00:00 Just south of 1380, a bit fainter than 1380.
NGC 1387N3h 37m 0s-35 31' 0" C-8P2008-01-03 20:00:00A faint, low contrast brightening of the sky.
NGC 1389N3h 37m 12s-35 45' 0" C-8P2008-01-03 20:00:00A faint glow in the fornax cluster.
NGC 1399N3h 38m 30s-35 27' 0" C-8P2008-01-03 20:00:00The brightest galaxy in the Fornax cluster.
NGC 1404N3h 38m 54s-35 35' 0" C-8P2008-01-03 20:00:00A fairly brightest galaxy in the Fornax cluster.
NGC 1514N4h 9m 12s30 47' 0" C-8B2008-01-03 20:00:00A very low contrast smudge about a 9th mv K star.
NGC 2323N7h 3m 12s-8 20' 0" C-8P2008-01-03 20:00:00AKA M 50. A large (15-20 arc minute), loose cluster of star chains. Whether this effect was due to actual stellar formations as chains or an illusion of my visual processing is unknown. The cluster is in a very rich region of the milky way. A splendid wide field view.
RY MonV7h 6m 56.31s-7 33' 20.41" C-8P2008-01-03 20:00:00Perhaps redder than R Lep. Approximately 9 mv.
HJ 2043D1h 22m 30.47s-19 4' 52.4" C-8B2008-01-04 19:00:00 This pair was in the trees but I found it nonetheless. Hardly worth the effort. WDS data: 6.54 - 8.65mv, F6IV, 74° pa, 5.5", 2007.
HJ 2052D1h 31m 33.96s-19 1' 22.79" C-8B2008-01-04 21:00:00 A very wide, swept up double in position angle 120 (WDS: 115°, 2001). I saw them as 6th mv, WDS: 6.9 - 7.5 WDS data: 6.86 - 7.47mv, A7IIIK0, 115° pa, 80.0", 2001.
STF 147D1h 41m 44.84s-11 19' 28.9" C-8B2008-01-04 21:00:00 I saw an elongation at approximately 250° position angle, but it was slight. Not the 3.5" listed. Perhaps revisit this with a finder chart? WDS data: 6.14 - 7.17mv, F5V+F7V, 120° pa, 0.1", 2009.
STF 150D1h 43m 22.43s-7 4' 37.3" C-8B2008-01-04 21:00:00 A nice, wide white pair. With the exception of a few averted vision faint stars, the only stars visible in the 24.5 field. A nice effect. WDS data: 7.73 - 8.19mv, A, 196° pa, 35.6", 2001.
STF 231ABD2h 12m 47.54s-2 23' 37.09" C-8B2008-01-04 21:00:00 A nice, wide pair, of yellow white and white stars. Oddly, the 5.7 mv yellow white star is listed as an F8, whereas the 7.7 mv white one is a G1. The dimmer the star, the harder to see its colors. WDS data: 5.72 - 7.71mv, F8VG1V, 235° pa, 16.9", 2010.
STF 287D2h 38m 59.77s14 51' 37.59" C-8B2008-01-04 21:00:00A run of the mill pair. I saw PA as approximately 80, WDS as 74. WDS data: 7.36 - 9.61mv, G5, 73° pa, 6.6", 2007.
STF 330D2h 57m 10.61s-0 34' 28.29" C-8B2008-01-04 21:00:00A dull pair in position angle 190 (WDS: 191). WDS data: 7.25 - 9.06mv, G8III, 192° pa, 8.9", 2010.
STF 546D4h 27m 0.62s19 7' 3.6" C-8B2008-01-04 21:00:00An OK pair. position angle 200. WDS: 182. WDS data: 7.94 - 9.21mv, G0, 182° pa, 6.8", 2002.
STF 545ABD4h 27m 4.84s18 12' 27.1" C-8B2008-01-04 21:00:00An average pair, position angle 60. WDS: 64. WDS data: 6.92 - 8.78mv, A0V, 58° pa, 18.6", 2010.
STF 559D4h 33m 33.04s18 1' 0.19" C-8B2008-01-04 21:00:00A gorgeous close pair of B9 stars. One of the finest in the sky. An under reported pair of gems. WDS data: 6.97 - 7.02mv, B9IVn, 279° pa, 3.1", 2010.
KS MonV6h 19m 44.19s-5 17' 2.47" C-8B2008-01-04 21:00:00A very pale red star of approximately 9 mv.
NGC 2219N6h 23m 24s-4 41' 0" C-8B2008-01-04 21:00:00 This does not seem to be a cluster at all. More like a chance grouping of 6 or 7 bright (7 - 9 mv) Milky way stars. WikiSky does not list it, and a quick look at the PSS confirms it. One of John Hershel's errors.
NGC 1535N4h 14m 12s-12 44' 0" C-8B2008-01-04 21:30:00 A pastel blue planetary nebula, looking like an out of focus star in the 24.5. The sky was becoming cloudy, a clear sky might have shown more detail.
SY EriV5h 9m 48.28s-5 30' 49.77" C-8B2008-01-04 21:30:00A very pale brick red star of approximately 9.5 mv.
STF 535D4h 23m 16.83s11 22' 40.49" C-8B2008-01-08 19:00:00Not found despite a finder chart. WDS data: 6.95 - 8.29mv, A5III, 275° pa, 1.1", 2009.
NGC 1662N4h 48m 30s10 56' 0" C-8B2008-01-08 19:00:00 A loose open cluster, swept up when looking for a double (Struve 535!) with a poorly aligned telescope. Obviously a cluster, but unspectacular.
BU 6ABD1h 44m 43.67s-6 45' 58.2" C-8B2008-01-09 19:00:00A very difficult double. The 9th magnitude secondary was almost invisible in the glare of the 6.7 mv primary. PA observed as approximately 170°. WDS: 163°. WDS data: 6.65 - 8.91mv, G5III, 163° pa, 2.3", 2006.
STF 535D4h 23m 16.83s11 22' 40.49" C-8B2008-01-09 19:00:00The star was found, but not split. The seeing just wasn't good enough. WDS gives the pair as position angle: 275, Sep: 2.0, Burnham at position angle: 300, Sep: 1.1, and lists the separation as "decreasing". It could well be under an arc second. I saw a slight elongation in PA 260°. WDS data: 6.95 - 8.29mv, A5III, 275° pa, 1.1", 2009.
STF 1355D9h 27m 16.69s6 13' 59" C-8B2008-01-16 03:00:00This was elongated in position angle 130°. WDS gives 328°. Burnham gives 345, and claims it's a common proper motion pair. Worth another look. WDS data: 7.71 - 7.76mv, F7V, 353° pa, 1.8", 2009.
STF 1357ABD9h 28m 20.51s-9 59' 12.79" C-8B2008-01-16 03:00:00The companion was quite faint, as advertised. This would be a challenge in a smaller telescope. WDS data: 6.94 - 9.85mv, K0, 55° pa, 7.6", 2007.
STF 1365D9h 31m 31.26s1 27' 55.09" C-8B2008-01-16 03:00:00A close little pair, alternatively split and elongated in tonight's winds. Pa approximately 170, WDS: position angle 162°. WDS data: 7.38 - 7.98mv, F9III, 156° pa, 3.3", 2005.
STF 1367D9h 32m 11.77s-10 50' 37.2" C-8B2008-01-16 03:00:00A rather dull double. PA approximately 190°. WDS: position angle 183. WDS data: 7.93 - 8.99mv, G0, 184° pa, 5.2", 1999.
STF 1367D9h 32m 11.77s-10 50' 37.2" C-8B2008-01-16 03:00:00A rather dull double. WDS data: 7.93 - 8.99mv, G0, 184° pa, 5.2", 1999.
W SexV9h 50m 58.59s-2 1' 43.54" C-8B2008-01-16 03:00:00A dusky red star of 8.9 mv. It looked like a yellow star seen through a dark, red brown filter.
STF 1399D9h 57m 2.2s19 45' 44.6" C-8B2008-01-16 03:00:00An easy, lackluster pair. PA 180. WDS position angle 175 WDS data: 7.65 - 8.36mv, G0, 175° pa, 30.6", 2009.
STF 1426AB CD10h 20m 32.32s6 25' 47" C-8B2008-01-16 03:00:00 A nice, unequal pair. PA approximately 75°. WDS: position angle 9. Quite a difference! There is a 5.6 mv M3 star, DE Leonis, 5 arc minutes west. Overall, a pretty field. WDS data: 7.30 - 9.43mv, F5, 9° pa, 7.8", 2009.
STF 1466ACD10h 43m 20.9s4 44' 51.6" C-8B2008-01-16 03:00:00AKA 35 Ser. A very nice pair of yellow stars, position angle approximately 230°. WDS: position angle 239°. WDS data: 6.23 - 8.10mv, U, 210° pa, 333.8", 2003.
V HyaV10h 51m 37.24s-21 14' 59.74" C-8B2008-01-16 03:00:00A deep red star with a touch of brown. Approximately 9 mv. A beautiful sight. AAVSO lists the maximum mv as 10.9. It was brighter than this.
STF 1540D11h 26m 45.75s3 0' 45" C-8B2008-01-16 03:00:00Avery nice wide pair. Pastel yellow, white. position angle approximately150°. WDS: 145°. A wider double, STFA 19, is south and east of this. WDS data: 6.55 - 9.9mv, G7V, 193° pa, 203.3", 2009.
STFA 19D11h 27m 56.23s2 51' 22" C-8B2008-01-16 03:00:00A very wide double. In the same 83x (24.5mm) field as Struve 1540. WDS data: 5.05 - 7.47mv, G8II-III, 183° pa, 88.0", 2010.
STF 1552ABD11h 34m 42.5s16 47' 48.89" C-8B2008-01-16 03:00:00AKA 90 Leonis. A close, but exquisite pair. A real gem. WDS data: 6.26 - 9.77mv, F5, 235° pa, 62.3", 2009.
STF 90ABD1h 5m 49.21s4 54' 31.19" C-8B2008-01-23 19:15:00A very pale yellow pair, not bad for a wide double. WDS data: 6.39 - 7.26mv, F3VF5V, 84° pa, 32.9", 2010.
STF 98ABD1h 12m 52.98s32 4' 31.69" C-8B2008-01-23 19:15:00A nice, unequal double in a fine field. WDS data: 7.02 - 8.14mv, A0VA3IV, 249° pa, 19.9", 2010.
STF 222D2h 10m 52.83s39 2' 22.39" C-8B2008-01-23 19:15:00A gorgeous, wide double. WDS data: 6.05 - 6.71mv, B9VA1Vn, 36° pa, 16.6", 2008.
V AriV2h 14m 59.69s12 14' 24.79" C-8B2008-01-23 19:15:00An 8 mv grey red star, 2 magnitudes brighter than GCVS's 10th mv maximum.
STFA 7D3h 31m 3.46s27 43' 53" C-8B2008-01-23 19:15:00 A very nice, wide double, forming a spectacular double-double quadruple with st 401. One of the finest double doubles in the sky. WDS data: 7.41 - 7.81mv, B9, 234° pa, 43.9", 2010.
STF 401ABD3h 31m 20.76s27 34' 18.5" C-8B2008-01-23 19:15:00An exquisite double, forming a spectacular double-double quadruple with the wide pair STFA 7. One of the finest double doubles in the sky. WDS data: 6.58 - 6.93mv, A2V, 270° pa, 11.4", 2010.
V0466 PerV3h 41m 28.69s51 30' 18.75" C-8B2008-01-23 19:15:00An 8 mv deep red star, with a slightly brownish cast, a full 3 magnitudes brighter than GCVS's 10.9 mv maximum. A very nice sight.
STF 91D1h 7m 10.98s-1 43' 55.59" C-8B2008-01-25 20:00:00A very nice unequal double WDS data: 7.43 - 8.56mv, F9V, 316° pa, 4.4", 2007.
STFA 3D1h 14m 24.04s-7 55' 22" C-8B2008-01-25 20:00:00A yellow white - white pair. WDS data: 5.19 - 7.85mv, F6VG9V, 330° pa, 49.6", 2008.
STF 147D1h 41m 44.84s-11 19' 28.9" C-8B2008-01-25 20:00:00 A very difficult double. Elongated in position angle 310, WDS gives 120°, 2009. It's not 3.5" separation, as reported by WDS. I estimate it to be less than 1". Subtract 180 from my value, and it's only off by ~10°. WDS data: 6.14 - 7.17mv, F5V+F7V, 120° pa, 0.1", 2009.
STF 186D1h 55m 53.8s1 50' 59.6" C-8B2008-01-25 20:00:00A difficult double. I saw 1" separation at position angle 250, WDS: 1.4" at position angle 246. WDS data: 6.79 - 6.84mv, F9V, 246° pa, 0.9", 2009.
S 430ABD3h 38m 18.82s44 48' 6.5" C-8B2008-01-25 21:00:00Anice wide pair, swept up in searching for Y per. I saw 95 - 100°position angle, 40" separation. WDS: 95° position angle, 41.1 sep. WDS data: 7.21 - 7.53mv, A0, 96° pa, 41.0", 2008.
U CamV3h 41m 47.1s62 39' 2.81" C-8B2008-01-25 21:00:00A lovely red star, brighter than anything else in the field. Approximately 8 mv.
RT OriV5h 33m 14.01s7 9' 20.5" C-8B2008-01-25 21:30:00A dusky red star whose color is hard to see because of its 9.5 mv faintness.
Y PerV3h 27m 41.93s44 10' 41.68" C-8B2008-01-30 19:00:00Fairly red, but faint, 9.5 mv.
STF 570D4h 35m 14.11s-9 44' 10.89" C-8B2008-01-30 19:00:00An exquisite pair of white stars, position angle approximately 260°. WDS position angle: 259. WDS data: 6.71 - 7.64mv, A1m, 260° pa, 12.7", 2010.
STF 576ABD4h 37m 59.75s-13 1' 44" C-8B2008-01-30 19:00:00A lovely pair of blue stars. WDS data: 7.33 - 7.85mv, B9.5IV, 172 pa, 12.3", 2011.
STF 627ABD5h 0m 33.92s3 36' 56.8" C-8B2008-01-30 19:00:00A wide pair of blue white stars in a nice field. WDS data: 6.59 - 6.95mv, B9VnB9Vn, 261° pa, 21.4", 2011.
STF 631D5h 0m 40.52s-13 30' 13.29" C-8B2008-01-30 19:00:00An OK pair with position angle approximately 120°. WDS: 107°. The pair is about a degree north of R Lep. WDS data: 7.49 - 8.77mv, A0, 107° pa, 5.9", 2002.
STF 636D5h 3m 1.95s-8 39' 47.39" C-8B2008-01-30 19:00:00An OK pair, position angle approximately 110. WDS: position angle 105°. WDS data: 7.11 - 8.52mv, A0V, 105° pa, 3.6", 1998.
STF 664D5h 15m 10.54s8 25' 56.8" C-8B2008-01-30 19:00:00A very nice white pair in position angle 180. WDS reports a position angle of 177. WDS data: 7.77 - 8.42mv, A9IV, 177° pa, 4.7", 2011.
STF 670ABD5h 16m 43.87s18 26' 22.4" C-8B2008-01-30 19:00:00A nice, close pair of white stars. WDS data: 7.72 - 8.28mv, B3V, 164° pa, 2.6", 2008.
STF 712ABD5h 26m 31.21s2 56' 9.3" C-8B2008-01-30 19:00:00A nice, little, unequal double, position angle approximately 60°. WDS:66°. Phi Orionis, a 4.6 mv B2 star is in the same field. Quite nice. WDS data: 6.70 - 8.59mv, B9.5V, 66° pa, 3.2", 2007.
STF 728D5h 30m 47.05s5 56' 53.29" C-8B2008-01-30 19:00:00 The secondary of this bright pair was almost lost in a jumble of diffraction spots caused by tonight's clear, but somewhat unsteady air. The star was not elongated by the 24.5, it took the 4 to show this. PA approximately 45°. WDS: 45° pa. WDS data: 4.44 - 5.75mv, B5V, 45° pa, 1.2", 2009.
STF 730ABD5h 32m 14.14s17 3' 29.29" C-8B2008-01-30 19:00:00A splendid pair of blue white stars. Position angle approximately 150°. WDS: 142. WDS data: 6.06 - 6.44mv, B7IIIe, 142° pa, 9.4", 2007.
STF 761D5h 38m 36.54s-2 33' 12" C-8B2008-01-30 19:00:00In the same field as Sigma Orionis. A beautiful sight. WDS data: 7.86 - 99mv, B5V, 309° pa, 32.6", 2002.
STF 762D5h 38m 47.19s-2 35' 40" C-8B2008-01-30 19:00:00The fabulous Sigma Orionis. A beautiful triple in a field with St 761. WDS data: 6.34 - 6.56mv, B2Vp, 232° pa, 29.9", 2007.
AZ AurV6h 1m 8.14s39 40' 16.27" C-8B2008-01-30 19:00:00 A brick red star of 9.5mv.
T LynV8h 22m 43.25s33 31' 14.77" C-8B2008-01-30 19:00:00Probably seen. A 13.0mv star. It was invisible in the 24.5, but glimpsed with the 12.5.
HJ 3268D5h 10m 41.78s16 30' 43.69" C-8B2008-02-02 21:00:00"Discovered"in the center of the cluster NGC 1807. 5", position angle 270, 8 - 9mv. WDS: 10", position angle 268, 9.4 - 10.1. WDS data: 9.78 - 11.3mv, G5, 272° pa, 10.1", 2008.
NGC 1807N5h 10m 42s16 32' 0" C-8B2008-02-02 21:00:00 A large, (~ 40 arc minute), loose cluster of 10 or so bright stars. At the center is a double, 5", position angle 270, 8 - 9 mv. WDS identifies it as HJ 3268, 10", position angle 268, 9.4 - 10.1.
ARG 63ABD5h 57m 8.58s10 13' 45.69" C-8B2008-02-02 21:00:00Found while searching for NGC 2141. An approximately 40", position angle 70°,7.5 - 8 mv pair. WDS: position angle: 67, Sep: 35.6, Mv: 8.69, Mvb:9.09. WDS data: 8.69 - 9.09mv, F2, 67° pa, 32.6", 2004.
NGC 2141N6h 3m 6s10 26' 0" C-8B2008-02-02 21:00:00Too faint for tonight's moisture laden skies.
STF 840A BCD6h 6m 28.04s10 45' 1" C-8B2008-02-02 21:00:00 Swept up while searching for NGC 2147. I saw 7 - 8 mv, 15 " separation, position angle 250. WDS: 7.1 - 9.5, 21.1", position angle 248, 2010. WDS data: 7.17 - 8.95mv, A0VF0, 248° pa, 21.7", 2010.
NGC 2169N6h 8m 24s13 57' 0" C-8B2008-02-02 21:00:00A bright, loose cluster of around 16 stars. 4' x 6' in position angle approximately 135°.
STF 899D6h 22m 49.64s17 34' 27.29" C-8B2008-02-02 21:00:00A close, faint pair. I saw position angle 30°, WDS: position angle 18°. WDS data: 7.41 - 8.01mv, A0V, 18° pa, 2.1", 2009.
STF 915ABD6h 28m 13.95s5 16' 20.09" C-8B2008-02-02 21:00:00A dull double. Position angle approximately 45°. WDS: position angle 42. WDS data: 7.60 - 8.52mv, A1p, 42° pa, 6.0", 2007.
STF 921D6h 31m 9.56s11 15' 5" C-8B2008-02-02 21:00:00The companion appeared very faint, approximately 10.5 mv, instead of it's reported 9th mv. This was due to my corrector plate dewing up. I saw a position angle of 0°, WDS:3, 2007. WDS data: 6.12 - 9.09mv, B2V:nne, 3° pa, 16.1", 2007.
STF 926ABD6h 31m 40.53s5 46' 8.79" C-8B2008-02-02 21:00:00This pair might have looked a bit better in darker skies, but it was lackluster tonight. Position angle: 300°, WDS: 287°. WDS data: 7.23 - 8.62mv, A1p, 288° pa, 10.8", 2007.
STF 924ABD6h 32m 18.52s17 47' 3.4" C-8B2008-02-02 21:00:00A nice, bright white pair. Pa approximately 220°, WDS: 218°. WDS data: 6.31 - 6.88mv, F8III, 211° pa, 20.2", 2011.
STF 997ABD6h 56m 6.59s-14 2' 33.59" C-8B2008-02-02 21:00:00Missed. WDS data: 5.27 - 7.14mv, G5III+A2, 344° pa, 3.0", 2008.
STF 1536ABD11h 23m 55.36s10 31' 46.9" C-8B2008-02-08 02:45:00 A difficult pair. The secondary, while not faint at 6.7 mv, was hidden in the bubbling diffraction pattern of the bright (4 mv) primary. It appeared to lie on the third diffraction ring, but the seeing was not perfect, and the rings were dancing madly about. WDS data: 4.06 - 6.71mv, F4IV, 103° pa, 1.8", 2010.
STF 1575D11h 51m 57.56s8 49' 48" C-8B2008-02-08 02:45:00A wide, very pale yellow and blue pair with a position angle of 210°. WDS: 214°. WDS data: 7.43 - 7.89mv, K0, 210° pa, 30.6", 2008.
RU VirV12h 47m 18.73s4 8' 42.85" C-8B2008-02-08 02:45:00A very red star, despite its faintness. I estimated it was between 10.5 and 11 mv, AAVSO gave it 10.2.
STF 1692D12h 56m 1.67s38 19' 6" C-8B2008-02-08 02:45:00Aka Cor Caroli. A gorgeous pair of stars, one white, the other pale yellow. WDS data: 2.85 - 5.52mv, A0pSiEuHg, 229° pa, 19.2", 2010.
STF 1702D12h 58m 31.96s38 16' 43.59" C-8B2008-02-08 02:45:00 Swept up while centering on Cor Caroli. A wide, lackluster double. I saw a 50" separation with a 75° position angle, WDS: sep: 35.7, position angle: 83°. WDS data: 8.72 - 9.41mv, G5V, 82° pa, 36.0", 2007.
STF 1744ABD13h 23m 55.41s54 55' 31.49" C-8B2008-02-08 02:45:00 Mizar and Alcor, one of the most famous multiple systems, and the first discovered. A lovely triple of white stars, with a slight bit of yellow. I guessed type F. BS makes them out as A1 - A1 - A5. So much for visual spectrascopy! Imprecise. WDS data: 2.23 - 3.88mv, A1VpSrSi, 152° pa, 14.5", 2010.
NGC 2287N6h 47m 0s-20 44' 0" C-8P2008-02-10 19:00:00A large, loose cluster of bright white stars. Nice.
STF 666D5h 17m 5.79s33 19' 47.19" C-8B2008-02-14 19:00:00A delightful little pair, position angle: approximately 75°. WDS position angle: 75°. WDS data: 7.85 - 7.89mv, A3V, 74° pa, 3.0", 2008.
STF 708D5h 25m 11.27s1 55' 26.1" C-8B2008-02-14 19:00:00 I saw position angle approximately 330°, and the separation looked greater than 2". This could have been because the seeing was quite steady. WDS: 322 degrees position angle, 2001. WDS data: 7.74 - 8.90mv, B8V, 322° pa, 2.7", 2001.
STF 699ABD5h 25m 38.49s38 2' 41.1" C-8B2008-02-14 19:00:00Rather dull. It would perhaps be better in a darker sky. Position angle: 350°. WDS position angle: 345°. WDS data: 7.90 - 8.61mv, A1V, 345° pa, 8.6", 2007.
STF 716ABD5h 29m 16.48s25 9' 1.09" C-8B2008-02-14 19:00:00A splendid pair of light blue sparklers. Position angle: 220, WDS position angle: 208°. WDS data: 5.83 - 6.68mv, B8.5V, 208° pa, 4.4", 2007.
STF 742D5h 36m 26.38s21 59' 35.09" C-8B2008-02-14 19:00:00An exquisite pair, position angle: 295°. WDS position angle: 275°. WDS data: 7.09 - 7.47mv, F8, 275° pa, 4.1", 2011.
STF 766ABD5h 40m 18.85s15 21' 0.2" C-8B2008-02-14 19:00:00At the western tip of an equilateral triangle of stars. Pa approximately 280°. WDS: 276°. WDS data: 7.00 - 8.36mv, F0, 275° pa, 10.2", 2007.
STF 795D5h 48m 0.2s6 27' 14.49" C-8B2008-02-14 19:00:00A nice, but very close pair, easily split in tonight's good seeing. Position angle: 230. WDS: 219. WDS data: 5.99 - 6.03mv, A5V, 219° pa, 1.0", 2009.
STF 797D5h 48m 28.2s4 42' 14" C-8B2008-02-14 19:00:00A rather dull pair, position angle: 15°. WDS: 16°. WDS data: 7.37 - 9.76mv, A0, 17° pa, 7.4", 1999.
STF 796ABD5h 49m 55.52s31 47' 8.7" C-8B2008-02-14 19:00:00A nice little double in position angle approximately 60°. WDS position angle: 61. WDS data: 7.24 - 8.23mv, A3, 62° pa, 3.7", 2008.
NGC 2169N6h 8m 24s13 57' 0" C-8B2008-02-14 19:00:00A cluster of 10 bright stars (brighter than 10mv), surrounded by about 10 more faint ones (fainter than 11 mv) in the form of an equilateral triangle around 15 arc minutes in size. The triangle is truncated on its southwestern point. The double Struve 848 is close to the center of the cluster.
STF 848D6h 8m 32.01s13 58' 1" C-8B2008-02-14 19:00:00 A very nice pair, embedded in cluster NGC 2169, a cluster in the shape of an equilateral triangle which is truncated on it's southwestern point. A memorable field. WDS data: 8.31 - 9.65mv, U, 110° pa, 54.5", 2009.
STF 855ABD6h 8m 57.9s2 29' 58.89" C-8B2008-02-14 19:00:00A nice, wide pair. Pa approximately 130°. WDS position angle: 114°. WDS data: 5.68 - 6.68mv, A3VnA0V, 114° pa, 29.1", 2007.
STF 867ABD6h 11m 39s17 22' 39.3" C-8B2008-02-14 19:00:00Position angle approximately 165°. WDS position angle: 156. Boring. WDS data: 7.53 - 8.88mv, B9.5III, 160° pa, 2.2", 2008.
BU 184D4h 27m 55.31s-21 30' 14.79" C-8B2008-02-16 20:15:00 An elongated blob, seen through the trees, which did not help in resolving the 1.2" pair. I saw position angle approximately 260, WDS position angle: 249. WDS data: 7.40 - 7.70mv, F6V, 249° pa, 1.7", 1995.
STF 661D5h 13m 13.86s-12 56' 26.4" C-8B2008-02-16 20:15:00This double was hard to see. The companion was invisible in the 24.5 (83x),but it was plain the the 8.8 (231x). Although the separation was 3.1",the primaries light (4.4 mv) enveloped the secondary (6.8 mv). WDS data: 4.43 - 6.77mv, B9V, 357° pa, 2.2", 2008.
S 476ABD5h 19m 17.43s-18 31' 11.8" C-8B2008-02-16 20:15:00 A nice, wide pair in 205° position angle. WDS position angle: 19° (2008). Seems that we disagree as to which is primary and which is secondary. The stars are 6.3 and 6.5 mv, again, as given by the WDS. WDS data: 6.31 - 6.48mv, B3VAp, 19° pa, 39.0", 2008.
DA 4D5h 35m 23.16s-4 50' 18" C-8B2008-02-16 20:15:00 A very difficult star to split. WDS gives the separation as 2", it seems much closer as the bright primary swamps the secondary. I saw approximately 270° position angle, WDS gives 205°. Wikisky shows about 260°. WDS data: 4.61 - 7.50mv, B1V, 205° pa, 1.1", 1995.
STF 991ABD6h 57m 1.26s24 57' 27.9" C-8B2008-02-16 20:15:00A close, unequal pair, position angle 170. WDS position angle: 172. WDS data: 7.95 - 9.21mv, A0, 166° pa, 3.5", 2007.
STF 1037ABD7h 12m 49.07s27 13' 30.19" C-8B2008-02-16 20:15:00 A rather close double (1.2"), position angle 300°. WDS: 338°. This would rate as a nice one if it wasn't so hard to split. Tonight's excellent seeing made it possible. WDS data: 7.24 - 7.27mv, F8V, 310° pa, 1.0", 2009.
STF 1044D7h 17m 8.96s47 39' 18.1" C-8B2008-02-16 20:15:00A pair of 10th mv stars 10 arc minutes east of the star that are in position angle 165. 2011 update: WikiSky confirms WDS readings. A 7mv star 10' west of STF 1044 is HD 55725, and was originally confused with STF 1044. WDS data: 10.08 - 10.60mv, U, 170° pa, 12.8", 2004.
STF 1081ACD7h 24m 8.93s21 27' 28" C-8B2008-02-16 20:15:00 This unequal pair looked closer than the 1.3" given by WDS, perhaps because of the brightness difference between the two components. WDS data: 7.68 - 9.89mv, B9, 63° pa, 107.6", 2004.
STT 174D7h 35m 56s43 1' 51.4" C-8B2008-02-16 20:15:00 I saw position angle approximately 80°. WDS position angle: 88°. The companion was almost overwhelmed from the glare of the primary. This 1.6" pair requires good seeing to split. WDS data: 6.62 - 8.26mv, F0, 88° pa, 2.2", 2008.
GO CMaV6h 46m 15.5s-12 52' 48" C-8B2008-02-16 21:30:00A dull red star, even at 10.5 mv. The GCVS and AAVSO report the maximum magnitude of the star is 13 mv. I saw 10.5, and Wikisky gives 10.27, identifying the star as TYC 5387-1068-1. AAVSO give the spectrum as C(N). I suspect that the star is a "late" one, perhaps N5, as it was quite red.
STF 688D5h 19m 20.87s-10 44' 49.89" C-8B2008-02-27 20:00:00Lovely pair. Pale yellow, with very faint blue and red overtones. position angle approximately 275 or 95. WDS: 94. WDS data: 7.52 - 7.55mv, F0, 95° pa, 10.6", 2008.
HJ 3752D5h 21m 46.26s-24 46' 22" C-8B2008-02-27 20:00:00A beautiful pair, even when seen through the trees. There is another 8th mv star, about an arc minute to the east, in the same position angle,(90 d) that adds to the lovely effect. WDS pa: 100 degrees. WDS data: 5.44 - 9.2mv, G0, 105° pa, 61.3", 2009.
STF 697ABD5h 23m 31.73s16 2' 25.79" C-8B2008-02-27 20:00:00This superb pair is part of a rather stunning sight. In the 24.5, there are a line of stars: 7.5 10.1 , 10.8, 8.1, 7.7, and 8.5 mv splitting the field. The 8.1 and the 7.7 are Struve 697. One of the unsung spectacular sights in the sky. Wow! Position angle approximately 300°, WDS: 286. Strangely enough, this was missed by Burnham, although it gets a brief mention in Webb. WDS data: 7.27 - 8.10mv, B7V, 286° pa, 25.9", 2008.
STF 718ABD5h 32m 20.58s49 23' 36.49" C-8B2008-02-27 20:00:00A splendid pair of almost identical stars, position angle approximately 90°. WDS: 73°. WDS data: 7.47 - 7.54mv, F5, 73° pa, 7.7", 2008.
STF 734ABD5h 33m 7.34s-1 43' 2.5" C-8B2008-02-27 20:00:00A dull double, compared to the rest of the night's viewing. Position angle 245, WDS: 248. WDS data: 6.67 - 8.22mv, B4Vn, 357° pa, 1.7", 2008.
LAL 194ABD5h 39m 44.71s-20 26' 6" C-8B2008-02-27 20:00:00 Nice pair of brilliant blue stars, position angle approximately 140°. WDS position angle: 123. Burnham lists this pair as Hd 78. WDS data: 6.87 - 7.94mv, B8, 123° pa, 10.9", 2010.
TU TauV5h 45m 13.65s24 25' 18.92" C-8B2008-02-27 20:00:00An 8 mv deeply tinted red orange star.
TX AurV5h 9m 5.21s39 0' 13.44" C-8B2008-02-28 20:00:00A deep red orange star of approximately 8 mv. AAVSO: 11! Need to revisit this one.
STF 646ABD5h 11m 2.29s39 16' 55.19" C-8B2008-02-28 20:00:00Swept up while looking for TX Aur. I saw 2 9.8 mv stars at 15" separation,80° position angle. WDS position angle: 75, 15.8 separation, and 8.4-9.5 mv. WDS data: 8.36 - 9.53mv, G5, 75° pa, 15.8", 2002.
NGC 2167N6h 6m 54s-6 12' 0" C-8B2008-02-28 20:00:00Non existant. NGC error.
STF 845D6h 11m 36.58s48 42' 39.6" C-8B2008-02-28 20:00:00An exquisite pair of A stars. I saw position angle = 0, WDS: 0. WDS data: 6.16 - 6.86mv, A1VA6V, 360° pa, 8.2", 2008.
BL OriV6h 25m 28.14s14 43' 25.26" C-8B2008-02-28 20:00:00 A bright 7.0mv star, pumpkin orange.
STF 928ABD6h 34m 41.8s38 32' 24.49" C-8B2008-02-28 20:00:00A nice, unequal pair approximately 150° position angle, WDS position angle: 132. WDS data: 7.93 - 8.61mv, F5, 132° pa, 3.5", 2010.
NGC 2301N6h 51m 48s0 28' 0" C-8B2008-02-28 20:00:00A fine spray of stars, in approximately position angle 30°, with a branch at 20°. About 20 arc minutes long.
GY MonV6h 53m 11.39s-4 34' 28.96" C-8B2008-02-28 20:00:00An 8 mv orange star.
STF 985D6h 53m 56.06s-4 23' 32.79" C-8B2008-02-28 20:00:00A pair close to GY Mon. I saw position angle 150, 25", WDS: position angle 323, 32.3". Initially they looked like the K stars they are, but after staring at them for a while, they looked more like F stars. Stellar color is a very subjective thing, sans photoelectric devices. WDS data: 7.78 - 8.39mv, K5, 323° pa, 32.6", 2002.
NGC 2309N6h 56m 12s-7 12' 0" C-8B2008-02-28 20:00:00An approximately 5 arc minute cluster of faint stars (10mv and below). Swept up while looking for W mon. Burnham gives 4 arc minutes, and stars 12mv and below.
HJ 3759D5h 25m 59.82s-19 41' 43.4" C-8B2008-03-01 21:00:00Nice wide pair. WDS data: 5.87 - 7.30mv, F5IV, 318° pa, 26.6", 2010.
STF 764D5h 41m 20.98s29 29' 14.7" C-8B2008-03-01 21:00:00Nice wide pair. WDS data: 6.38 - 7.08mv, B8IV, 15° pa, 26.8", 2010.
S 524ABD6h 34m 7.1s22 7' 27.19" C-8B2008-03-01 21:00:00Wide pair. WDS data: 7.17 - 7.41mv, A3, 244° pa, 53.7", 2011.
SHJ 73D6h 36m 22.85s-18 39' 35.59" C-8B2008-03-01 21:00:00Nice wide pair. WDS data: 5.79 - 7.38mv, U, 264° pa, 17.6", 2008.
V0641 MonV6h 40m 28.59s9 49' 10.78" C-8B2008-03-01 21:00:00A pale orange star, 7 mv.
NGC 2266N6h 43m 12s26 58' 0" C-8B2008-03-01 21:00:00Too faint for these skies.
W MonV6h 52m 21.62s-7 8' 42.63" C-8B2008-03-01 21:00:00A pale orange star, approximately 8mv.
EZ CMaV6h 54m 13.04s-23 55' 38.02" C-8B2008-03-01 21:00:00A bright yellow star (6 mv).
STF 1010ACD7h 1m 27.04s-3 7' 3.29" C-8B2008-03-01 21:00:00Swept up while searching for V0614 Mon. A wide, OK pair. WDS data: 7.68 - 8.77mv, B3, 6° pa, 22.7", 2003.
R CMiV7h 8m 42.75s10 1' 31.52" C-8B2008-03-01 21:00:00A pale orange star, 8 mv.
NQ GemV7h 31m 54.76s24 30' 19" C-8B2008-03-01 21:00:00A pale orange star of 8.5 mv. There is an 8.6 mv yellow star (K7) just 3 arc minutes north west of NQ.
H N 19D7h 34m 18.61s-23 28' 25.2" C-8B2008-03-01 21:00:00 A wonderful pair of yellow stars, with faint overtones of green and red, much like 95 Her. Burnham lists this as S 552 and Hh 269. WDS data: 5.82 - 5.85mv, F5/7V, 117° pa, 9.7", 2007.
NGC 2420N7h 38m 30s21 34' 0" C-8B2008-03-01 21:00:00I could make out 4 or 5 11th-12th mv stars, emmersed in a very faint cloud of dimmer ones.
STF 1146D7h 47m 56.71s-12 11' 33.8" C-8B2008-03-01 21:00:00 Found, but not split. WikiSky shows this as 5 Pup, with separation 1.2" and PA about 25 degrees. WDS gives the separation as 3.3" WDS data: 5.73 - 7.32mv, dF5, 343° pa, 1.2", 2010.
W CMiV7h 48m 45.61s5 23' 41.42" C-8B2008-03-01 21:00:00A pale orange 7 mv star.
NGC 2506N8h 0m 12s-10 47' 0" C-8B2008-03-01 21:00:00Not found.
RU PupV8h 7m 29.88s-22 54' 41.16" C-8B2008-03-01 21:00:00A ruddy 8.5 mv star.
STF 1196D8h 12m 13.26s17 38' 51" C-8B2008-03-01 21:00:00AKA Zeta Cancri. A very nice, bright pair of yellow stars. WDS reports several bright stars here, I see only 2. WDS data: 5.85 - 8.89mv, U, 107° pa, 274.8", 1991.
NGC 2548N8h 13m 48s-5 48' 0" C-8B2008-03-01 21:00:00 This would be stunning in a dark sky, as it is, it's a nice washed out cluster of 30 8-10 mv stars with at least that many fainter ones close by.
STF 1258D8h 43m 25.4s48 51' 41.9" C-8B2008-03-01 21:00:00A splendid pair of pale yellow stars. WDS data: 7.72 - 7.87mv, F0, 331° pa, 9.9", 2002.
STF 1282ABD8h 50m 44.28s35 4' 15.39" C-8B2008-03-01 21:00:00A close but lovely pair of white stars. WDS data: 7.59 - 7.76mv, F8, 279° pa, 3.5", 2009.
STF 1295D8h 55m 29.59s-7 58' 15.89" C-8B2008-03-01 21:00:00A close but exquisite pair of white stars. WDS data: 6.73 - 6.93mv, A2mA7m, 4° pa, 3.9", 2010.
STF 1677D12h 45m 17.34s-3 53' 17" C-8B2008-03-10 03:00:00A nice, wide double, position angle 355. WDS position angle:349. WDS data: 7.30 - 8.12mv, A9IV, 348° pa, 16.1", 2005.
STF 1685ABD12h 51m 54.79s19 10' 19.9" C-8B2008-03-10 03:00:00A lovely, wide, pair. WDS data: 7.31 - 7.78mv, Am+F8III, 202° pa, 16.0", 2007.
TT CVnV12h 59m 22.93s37 49' 2.67" C-8B2008-03-10 03:00:00Only a degree or so east of Cor Caroli, this dusky red star seemed to be 8.5 mv.
STF 1707D13h 1m 14.16s15 51' 45.2" C-8B2008-03-10 03:00:00A wide, lackluster pair, about a degree east of Cor Caroli. WDS data: 9.70 - 11.5mv, G0, 43° pa, 8.4", 1998.
STF 1719ABD13h 7m 19.74s0 35' 6.7" C-8B2008-03-10 03:00:00A lone pair of bright stars, with only a few 10 - 12 mv stars in the field. WDS data: 7.58 - 8.16mv, F5VF9V, 359° pa, 6.9", 2009.
SHJ 161D13h 13m 26.82s-18 49' 35.09" C-8B2008-03-10 03:00:00A nice, close pair, despite being in the branches of the cherry tree. WDS data: 6.78 - 7.19mv, A0VA1V, 33° pa, 5.3", 2010.
STF 1755D13h 32m 22s36 49' 5.59" C-8B2008-03-10 03:00:00A nice, close, unequal pair, position angle ~ 150 degrees. WDS data: 7.34 - 8.10mv, G5III, 132° pa, 4.4", 2010.
STF 1785D13h 49m 4s26 58' 47.7" C-8B2008-03-10 03:00:00 The stars seem to be more equal in brightness than the 7.36 - 8.15 values given in the WDS indicate. A very pretty pair of K stars. WDS data: 7.36 - 8.15mv, K4VK6V, 181° pa, 3.0", 2010.
STF 1788ABD13h 54m 58.19s-8 3' 31.89" C-8B2008-03-10 03:00:00This pair seemed to be wider than WDS's measure of 2.8". I saw the position angle as being 100°, and WDS gives 100°, 2010. WDS data: 6.68 - 7.26mv, F8V+G0, 100° pa, 3.5", 2010.
STF 1793D13h 59m 5.24s25 48' 57.59" C-8B2008-03-10 03:00:00A nice pair of white stars, position angle approximately 250°. WDS data: 7.46 - 8.39mv, A5V, 243° pa, 4.9", 2010.
STF 1833ABD14h 22m 38.64s-7 46' 4.3" C-8B2008-03-10 03:00:00Exquisite! Position angle approximately 180°. WDS 174°. WDS data: 7.51 - 7.52mv, G0VG0V, 174° pa, 5.9", 2005.
STF 1838D14h 24m 5.75s11 14' 49.09" C-8B2008-03-10 03:00:00These stars look equally bright, despite WDS's 7.47 - 7.73 mv listings. A pretty pair. WDS data: 7.47 - 7.73mv, F8VG1V, 335° pa, 9.4", 2010.
STF 1850D14h 28m 33.29s28 17' 25.9" C-8B2008-03-10 03:00:00A wide pair of white stars. WDS data: 7.11 - 7.56mv, A1VA1V, 261° pa, 25.2", 2008.
STF 1890D14h 49m 41.36s48 43' 15.59" C-8B2008-03-10 03:00:00An exquisite pair, lovely in all eyepieces. WDS data: 6.31 - 6.67mv, F6V+F5V, 46.80 pa, 2.659", 2016.
V CrBV15h 49m 31.31s39 34' 16.18" C-8B2008-03-10 03:00:00A 7.4 mv pale red orange star.
STF 745D5h 34m 49.11s-6 0' 22" C-8B2008-03-12 21:00:00A dull, wide pair, easily overlooked because of its proximity to iota orionis and the great nebula to the north. WDS data: 8.25 - 8.6mv, A, 347° pa, 28.6", 2002.
STF 1596D12h 4m 16.6s21 27' 33" C-8B2008-03-17 03:00:00 A very nice unequal pair. The unsteady diffraction patterns in tonight's unsteady skies sometime took on the look of another very close companion to the primary. WDS data: 6.18 - 7.48mv, F0IV-V, 236° pa, 3.7", 2008.
S 634D12h 11m 22.92s-16 47' 27.09" C-8B2008-03-17 03:00:00A lackluster pair, position angle approximately 310°, WDS position angle: 300°. 2010. WDS data: 7.17 - 8.79mv, G6V, 300° pa, 4.6", 2010.
STF 1607ABD12h 11m 33.62s36 5' 21.69" C-8B2008-03-17 03:00:00Swept up while searching for NGC 4214. Not in Burnham, but in Wiki sky. 8.9 - 9.8, position angle 30°, separation 40". WDS data: 8.89 - 9.83mv, A3, 26° pa, 26.9", 2010.
STF 1615ABD12h 14m 6.6s32 47' 3.2" C-8B2008-03-17 03:00:00A lackluster pair, pale yellow and white. WDS data: 6.99 - 8.61mv, K1IIIF8V, 88° pa, 26.9", 2009.
NGC 4214N12h 15m 36s36 20' 0" C-8B2008-03-17 03:00:00Not visible.
STF 1633D12h 20m 41.36s27 3' 16.39" C-8B2008-03-17 03:00:00A lovely pair of nearly identical yellow white stars. WDS data: 7.04 - 7.13mv, F3V+F3V, 246° pa, 8.9", 2007.
NGC 4303N12h 21m 54s4 28' 0" C-8B2008-03-17 03:00:00M 61
NGC 4365N12h 24m 30s7 19' 0" C-8B2008-03-17 03:00:00An almost imperceptible smudge in tonight's moonwashed skies.
STF 1669ABD12h 41m 16.21s-13 0' 53.6" C-8B2008-03-17 03:00:00An exquisite pair of identical yellow stars. WDS data: 5.88 - 5.89mv, F5VF5V, 314° pa, 5.2", 2010.
STF 1687ACD12h 53m 17.77s21 14' 42.09" C-8B2008-03-17 03:00:00The 30 arc second pair was seen, the 1.4 was not. This pair is not in WikiSky. WDS data: 5.15 - 9.76mv, G7III, 126° pa, 26.6", 2009.
STF 1690D12h 56m 15.01s-4 51' 50.3" C-8B2008-03-17 03:00:00An OK pair of unequal stars. WDS data: 7.18 - 8.95mv, A0V, 149° pa, 5.9", 2005.
STF 1695ABD12h 56m 17.64s54 5' 58.09" C-8B2008-03-17 03:00:00An close but pretty pair of yellow stars. WDS data: 6.04 - 7.75mv, A5m, 281° pa, 3.5", 2008.
STF 1777D13h 43m 3.7s3 32' 16.39" C-8B2008-03-17 03:00:00A dull pair, despite the bright primary. WDS data: 5.55 - 8.31mv, K1III, 227° pa, 2.7", 2008.
STF 1835A BCD14h 23m 22.73s8 26' 47" C-8B2008-03-17 03:00:00A nice, unequal pair of white stars. WDS data: 5.03 - 6.78mv, A0VF2V, 192° pa, 5.9", 2009.
STF 1864ABD14h 40m 43.55s16 25' 5.89" C-8B2008-03-17 03:00:00AKA pi Bootes. A splendid pair of bright white stars. WDS data: 4.88 - 5.79mv, B9pMnHg, 111° pa, 5.4", 2010.
NP HerV16h 17m 9.53s25 51' 19.06" C-8B2008-03-17 03:00:00The star hardly displayed any color at all. White with a tinge of red. It's perhaps the faintness, as it was as bright as a 10.5 mv (Tycho) or 11.4 (AC_2000) star.
STF 1768ABD13h 37m 27.7s36 17' 41.39" C-8B2008-03-25 03:00:00Hard to split because of the bright primary, position angle approximately 100°. WDS position angle: 82. The secondary sat on the primary's 2nd diffraction ring. WDS data: 4.98 - 6.95mv, A7IV, 97° pa, 1.8", 2010.
STF 1821ABD14h 13m 29s51 47' 23.79" C-8B2008-03-25 03:00:00A nice, unequal pair, position angle 240. WDS position angle: 240. WDS data: 4.53 - 6.62mv, A7VF1V, 235° pa, 13.3", 2009.
STFA 26D14h 16m 10.06s51 22' 1" C-8B2008-03-25 03:00:00Wide and dull. WDS data: 4.76 - 12.6mv, A7IV, 187° pa, 92.8", 2000.
NGC 5634N14h 29m 36s-5 59' 0" C-8B2008-03-25 03:00:00 Not found in tonight's moon washed skies.
BU 106ABD14h 49m 19.08s-14 8' 56.3" C-8B2008-03-25 03:00:00Surprising lackluster at 400x. As per the WDS. WDS data: 5.61 - 6.62mv, A1pSrCrEu, 2° pa, 1.9", 2008.
STF 1962D15h 38m 40.07s-8 47' 29.39" C-8B2008-03-25 03:00:00A pretty pair. WDS data: 6.44 - 6.49mv, F8VF8V, 189° pa, 11.7", 2010.
R CrBV15h 48m 34.38s28 9' 20.71" C-8B2008-03-25 03:00:00A pale yellow 6th magnitude star. Nov 2014 update: Wrong star!
STF 2078ABD16h 36m 13.71s52 55' 27.79" C-8B2008-03-25 03:00:00An exquisite pair of 5.4-6.4 mv stars. There is another 5 mv star about 1.5 arc minutes south. A very nice sight. WDS data: 5.38 - 6.42mv, B9.5V, 104° pa, 3.0", 2010.
BU 126ABD17h 19m 53.34s-17 45' 23.29" C-8B2008-03-25 03:00:00A close pair, lackluster. Hardly worth the trouble of finding it. WDS data: 6.34 - 7.56mv, A2Vnn, 263° pa, 2.3", 2010.
TW OphV17h 29m 44.06s-19 28' 30.74" C-8B2008-03-25 03:00:00A lovely, deep red star, like an ember in a fireplace. It was the brightest star in the field, at approximately 6.8 mv. This was much brighter than GCVS's listed range of 11.6-13.8.
STFA 34D17h 34m 36.68s9 35' 12" C-8B2008-03-25 03:00:00A wide pair, lackluster. WDS data: 5.80 - 7.50mv, A2V, 190° pa, 41.3", 2010.
STF 2375ABD18h 45m 28.35s5 30' 0.4" C-8B2008-03-25 03:00:00A nice, close pair. They looked white, probably A or early F. WDS lists the spectra as unknown(?). SAO spectrum: A0, BS: A1. WDS data: 6.34 - 6.73mv, U, 120° pa, 2.4", 2010.
S SctV18h 50m 19.98s-7 54' 32.26" C-8B2008-03-25 03:00:00A pale red 7.0 mv star. It was the brightest in the area. T Sct was not visible. S Sct sits at the western point of an equilateral triangle of 7-8 mv stars. A nice geometric figure.
CZ MonV6h 44m 41.6s3 19' 3.07" C-8B2008-03-29 21:30:00A ruddy orange red star of 9.5 mv, as determined by comparison stars of 8.6 and 9.7 mv. NGC 2270, also in the field, was unseen. WikiSky: NGC 2270 is barely discernable from the rest of the Milky Way.
STF 1009D7h 5m 40.05s52 45' 27" C-8B2008-03-29 21:30:00 This pretty pair looked decidedly lackluster through a layer of cloud. Warrants a revisit, as in clear skies it's probably exquisite. WDS data: 7.01 - 11.94mv, U, 133° pa, 179.1", 1998.
STF 1627D12h 18m 9.56s-3 56' 55.6" C-8B2008-04-02 02:00:00An OK wide pair of white stars. WDS data: 6.55 - 6.90mv, F2VF3V, 195° pa, 20.0", 2010.
STF 1837D14h 24m 40.84s-11 40' 10.89" C-8B2008-04-02 02:00:00Found, but not split, in tonight's windy skies. WDS data: 6.87 - 7.94mv, F5III, 274° pa, 1.1", 2006.
STF 1919D15h 12m 43.48s19 17' 9.8" C-8B2008-04-02 02:00:00A wide, pale yellow and greyish pair. A bit lackluster. WDS data: 6.71 - 7.38mv, G1VG5V, 10° pa, 23.3", 2010.
STF 1930D15h 19m 18.79s1 45' 55" C-8B2008-04-02 02:00:00Aka 5 Serpens. The secondary is rather faint, WDS reports it as 10.11 mv, although it looked 9 mv to me. A truly dull double, noticeable only because it's 15 arc minutes south of M5. WDS data: 5.06 - 99mv, F8V, 275° pa, 713.6", 2009.
STF 1998D16h 4m 22.14s-11 22' 23" C-8B2008-04-02 02:00:00Aka Xi Sco. Found but not split in tonight's turbulent skies. Struve 1999 is in the same field, making a sort of double double. WDS data: 4.87 - 7.30mv, U, 48° pa, 7.3", 2009.
STF 1999D16h 4m 26.71s-11 26' 59" C-8B2008-04-02 02:00:00A dim pair just south of Xi Sco. WDS data: 8.05 - 11.mv, U, 82° pa, 72.0", 1999.
NGC 6218N16h 47m 12s-1 57' 0" C-8B2008-04-02 02:00:00As large as M5, but more sparse. This cluster needs rural skies to be seen to full advantage.
STF 2130ABD17h 5m 20.19s54 28' 14.3" C-8B2008-04-02 02:00:00A lovely, close pair, barely split in tonight's bad seeing. WDS data: 5.66 - 5.69mv, F7V, 8° pa, 2.4", 2010.
STF 2372ABD18h 42m 8.08s34 44' 46.7" C-8B2008-04-02 02:00:00A nice, wide pair in a fine field, best at low power (36x). WDS data: 6.45 - 7.73mv, U, 82° pa, 25.0", 2010.
VX GemV7h 12m 48.43s14 36' 4.77" C-8B2008-04-02 21:30:00An interesting approximately 8mv star. It looks like a gray star seen through a red filter.
BE CMiV7h 36m 28.07s2 4' 20.9" C-8B2008-04-02 21:30:00A dull, orange brown star of 8.4 mv
RY HyaV8h 20m 6.55s2 45' 58.14" C-8B2008-04-02 21:30:00An 8mv star looking a pale, dusky red.
STF 1369D9h 35m 23.62s39 57' 26" C-8B2008-04-02 21:30:00 A wide, dull pair in an interesting field, with a star about an arc minute north, and two bright stars south of it, 42 Lynx and HD82741. Best at low power, 36x. WDS data: 7.98 - 8.42mv, U, 324° pa, 139.0", 2003.
R LeoV9h 47m 33.6s11 25' 49.01" C-8B2008-04-02 21:30:00A deep orange red 7.6mv star. Its red was stronger than many N stars, it's the reddest M star I've ever seen.
CW LeoV9h 47m 57.64s13 16' 48.09" C-8B2008-04-02 21:30:00The field was found, but CW Leo was too faint for me to see.
HO 50D11h 13m 40.08s41 5' 19.79" C-8B2008-04-02 21:30:00 A close double that was not split, despite a careful examination at 400x. It's unlikely that the pair is separated by WDS's declared 3.1 arc seconds. WDS data: 6.47 - 8.36mv, K2III, 35° pa, 3.0", 2003.
STF 1520D11h 16m 4.03s52 46' 23.39" C-8B2008-04-02 21:30:00A nice, wide pair. WDS data: 6.54 - 7.81mv, F6VF9V, 343° pa, 12.3", 2008.
STF 1523ABD11h 18m 10.89s31 31' 45" C-8B2008-04-02 21:30:00A bright, close pair. Two Airy discs enveloped in a shimmering envelope of diffraction rings. WDS data: 4.33 - 4.80mv, F9VG9V, 207° pa, 1.5", 2010.
STF 1622D12h 16m 7.54s40 39' 36.59" C-8B2008-04-02 21:30:00A pretty, unequal colored pair, orange and light blue. WDS data: 5.86 - 8.71mv, M1III+F7V, 259° pa, 11.4", 2008.
NGC 4736N12h 50m 54s41 7' 0" C-8B2008-04-02 23:00:00A fuzzy star surrounded by a faint envelope in tonight's clear, unsteady skies. As well as I've ever seen a galaxy from the backyard.
STF 1183ABD8h 6m 27.41s-9 14' 40.1" C-8B2008-04-12 21:30:00A wide, pretty pair. WDS data: 6.22 - 7.77mv, B9.5IV, 328° pa, 30.7", 2011.
Y HyaV9h 51m 3.53s-23 0' 59.3" C-8B2008-04-12 21:30:00A gray-deep orange star of ~7 mv. It was in the cherry tree, and quite alone in the 36x field. None of the stars in the finder chart were visible, because of foliage and light pollution.
S 605D9h 54m 6.69s4 56' 43.49" C-8B2008-04-12 21:30:00A somewhat dull, wide pair. WDS data: 6.89 - 8.40mv, gM0K0, 287° pa, 52.5", 2004.
NGC 3242N10h 24m 48s-18 38' 0" C-8P2008-04-12 21:30:00A light blue featureless disk with fuzzy edges. It appeared to be about 20" in diameter to me. The outer envelope was not visible. This was observed through the foliage of the cherry tree, so it is not too surprising that little was seen.
S 617D10h 53m 24.96s-2 15' 18.79" C-8B2008-04-12 21:30:00A lackluster pair. WDS data: 6.22 - 8.71mv, G9IV, 178° pa, 35.3", 2010.
STF 1659D12h 35m 43.75s-12 1' 30" C-8B2008-04-12 21:30:00 A very interesting pair of stars, 8 and 8.5 mv (WDS), (they looked 7.5 and 8 to me). They are between two 6th mv stars, which are themselves about 6 arc minutes apart. The entire group is listed as Struve 1659. It was swept up while looking for M 104, NGC 4594, which was obliterated by Washington's light pollution. WDS data: 7.94 - 9.88mv, G0, 31° pa, 189.6", 2003.
STF 1764ABD13h 37m 44s2 22' 56.49" C-8B2008-04-12 21:30:00A dull double. WDS data: 6.79 - 8.56mv, K2III, 31° pa, 15.5", 2010.
NGC 4594N12h 40m 0s-11 37' 0" C-8B2008-04-15 03:15:00 AKA M 104. A difficult object in tonight's moonwashed skies. I missed it altogether two nights ago. It was a faint, small (7 arc minute) streak slightly brighter towards the middle. It would be superb in dark skies.
STF 1678D12h 45m 26.16s14 22' 24.89" C-8B2008-04-15 03:15:00A wide, dull pair. WDS data: 7.16 - 7.68mv, B8V, 171° pa, 37.1", 2010.
STF 1740D13h 23m 39.15s2 43' 24" C-8B2008-04-15 03:15:00A nice, wide, pair of pale yellow stars. These are G5s and one would have thought they would look yellower, like sunlight, which spectrally they closely resemble. Their faintness and the grey-blue cast of the moonlit, light polluted skies renders them as pale yellow. WDS data: 7.13 - 7.39mv, G5VG5V, 75° pa, 26.2", 2005.
SHJ 179ABD14h 25m 29.91s-19 58' 11.79" C-8B2008-04-15 03:15:00A wide, OK pair, seen through the cherry blossoms. They would probably look better without the foliage. WDS data: 6.61 - 7.16mv, A2V, 296° pa, 34.6", 2010.
SHJ 191D14h 59m 34.57s53 51' 36.7" C-8B2008-04-15 03:15:00Nice wide pair with position angle approximately 150°. WDS position angle: 342. WDS PA confirmed on WikiSky. WDS data: 6.86 - 7.57mv, F1VF1V, 342° pa, 40.3", 2010.
STF 1904D15h 4m 6.44s5 29' 34.2" C-8B2008-04-15 03:15:00A lovely pair, position angle approximately 355°. WDS position angle: 347. WDS data: 7.19 - 7.37mv, F0V, 347° pa, 10.2", 2007.
SHJ 202ABD15h 28m 9.6s-9 20' 53.09" C-8B2008-04-15 03:15:00 An OK very wide pair. General comment. A double's colors seem to change subtly as a function of where they are imaged on one's retina. WDS data: 6.95 - 7.61mv, K1VK5V, 133° pa, 52.3", 2003.
STF 1988D15h 56m 45.52s12 28' 40.59" C-8B2008-04-15 03:15:00 A nice, close pair, cleanly split at 400x. The outer diffraction patterns overlapped a bit, as this is a fairly bright pair of 7.6 - 7.8 mv stars; the WDS puts them at 2.9 arc seconds apart. WDS data: 7.59 - 7.84mv, F1V, 250° pa, 1.9", 2010.
H 5 6D16h 11m 59.74s-19 27' 38" C-8B2008-04-15 03:15:00A nice, unequal pair, seen through the Cherry's branches. WDS data: 4.35 - 6.60mv, U, 337° pa, 41.2", 2010.
SHJ 264AB CD18h 18m 43.25s-18 37' 10" C-8B2008-04-15 03:15:00A nice pair in a rich field. WDS data: 6.86 - 7.63mv, U, 52° pa, 16.9", 2009.
T SctV18h 55m 27.17s-8 11' 17.42" C-8B2008-04-15 03:15:00A 9.5 (by comparison stars) pale red star. Star colors at this faintness are very hard to discern.
H 5 6D16h 11m 59.74s-19 27' 38" C-8B2008-04-18 21:30:00A lackluster double, position angle 30°, measured with the reticle eyepiece (~ +/- 5 d). WDS gives 32. WDS data: 4.35 - 6.60mv, U, 337° pa, 41.2", 2010.
STF 1182D8h 5m 24.42s5 49' 38.89" C-8B2008-04-24 21:15:00A nice, unequal double. WDS data: 7.48 - 8.76mv, B9, 73° pa, 4.4", 2002.
STF 1255ABD8h 39m 43.79s5 45' 51.39" C-8B2008-04-24 21:15:00An OK, wide double. WDS data: 7.33 - 8.56mv, G1V, 30° pa, 25.9", 2006.
STF 1283D8h 49m 55.86s14 50' 0.19" C-8B2008-04-24 21:15:00A nice, wide double. WDS data: 7.66 - 8.45mv, F0, 123° pa, 16.7", 2009.
SHJ 110ACD10h 4m 2.83s-18 6' 5.09" C-8B2008-04-24 21:15:00A very nice, wide double. WDS data: 6.22 - 6.97mv, B8V, 274° pa, 21.2", 2008.
STT 219D10h 30m 11.48s50 59' 36.19" C-8B2008-04-24 21:15:00A non existent double. There is a 7.5 mv star in the marked position (10h 30m 11.4s, +50 59' 36",J2000) but it is not double. Confirmed by Wiki sky, Burnham and K stars. WDS data: 7.60 - 11.2mv, A7IV, 297° pa, 13.3", 2010.
STF 1474ABD10h 47m 37.92s-15 15' 42.89" C-8B2008-04-24 21:15:00 A triple, as there is a 6.8 mv star about an arc minute south of this pair. WDS gives the separation as 6.6 arc seconds, with a position angle of 194°. My measurements concur, but the WikiSky Sloan survey plate gives their separation more as 10", if the cursor position indicator is to be trusted. Interesting pair. WDS data: 6.66 - 7.04mv, B9IV, 28° pa, 66.2", 2002.
STF 1561D11h 39m 0.22s45 6' 31" C-8B2008-04-24 21:15:00The 6.5-8.2 pair was seen, the 6.5-9.4 pair was not visible, the position angle of the first pair, as reported by Burnham as 253, WDS as 270, and me as 245°, is indeed decreasing, again as reported by Burnham. WDS data: 9.46 - 7.56mv, F2, 73° pa, 549.9", 2009.
STF 1441ABD10h 30m 58.77s-7 38' 15.19" C-8B2008-04-29 21:45:00The companion appears very faint in tonight's hazy skies. The pair appears to be separated by approximately 4-5 diffraction ring widths. WDS data: 6.51 - 8.81mv, K5III+F6V, 167° pa, 2.8", 2003.
STF 1555ABD11h 36m 17.94s27 46' 52.7" C-8B2008-04-29 21:45:00 A very close pair. The two airy discs were almost touching, and the pair was surrounded by a faint envelope of intertwined, indistinct diffraction rings. I saw the position angle as 150°. WDS: 149°, 2010. WDS data: 6.41 - 6.78mv, F0V, 149° pa, 0.7", 2010.
NGC 4387N12h 25m 42s12 49' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00An edge on spiral, with a bright middle.
NGC 4402N12h 26m 6s13 7' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00A small edge on, very faint.
NGC 4435N12h 27m 42s13 5' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00A bright, small elliptical. Forms a pair with NGC 4438.
NGC 4438N12h 27m 48s13 1' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00 A faint, large, edge on spiral.
NGC 4438N12h 27m 48s13 1' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00 An Sa peculiar, with a diaphanous outer envelope. The envelope wasn't seen, and it looks like a bright, small elliptical. Forms a pair with NGC 4435.
NGC 4446N12h 28m 12s13 55' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00 This galaxy, along with NGC 4447 which is almost on top of it, (perhaps they are interacting?) is the faintest galaxy I saw tonight. They were but a persistent glowing patch of sky background. HNGC lists them as 13.8 and 14 mv. I only located them because of their proximity to NGC 4459, and it's 8 mv star just south east.
NGC 4461N12h 29m 0s13 11' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00AKA NGC 4443. A small, bright elliptical (Burnham: S0). A pair with the fainter ngc 4458.
NGC 4458N12h 29m 0s13 15' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00Makes a pair with the brighter ngc 4461. HNGC lists this as 11.8 mv, but it looks fainter than that. It also lists it as an elliptical, but it was too faint for me to guess.
NGC 4459N12h 29m 0s13 59' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00 A bright spiral that blinks with the 8.1 mv K star just south east of it. When you look at the star the galaxy vanishes, when you look away from it, the galaxy appears to be only a bit dimmer than the star. The "blinking" galaxy!
NGC 4468N12h 29m 30s14 3' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00An extremely faint galaxy, HNGC lists it as a 12.7 mv elliptical.
NGC 4473N12h 29m 48s13 26' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00A small elliptical with a bright middle.
NGC 4474N12h 29m 54s14 4' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00A small, round, faint galaxy. HRNGC lists it as 11.5 mv, "pretty faint". In the same field as NGC 4459 and NGC 4468.
NGC 4476N12h 30m 0s12 21' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00In the same field as M 87. An elliptical, but about four magnitudes fainter than M87.
NGC 4477N12h 30m 0s13 38' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00A small elliptical with a faint middle.
NGC 4478N12h 30m 18s12 20' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00In the same field as M 87. An elliptical, but about three magnitudes fainter than M87.
NGC 4479N12h 30m 18s13 35' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00A very faint, small galaxy.
NGC 4486N12h 30m 48s12 24' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00A bright elliptical with a small envelope. AKA M 87.
NGC 4501N12h 32m 0s14 25' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00A bright spiral like NGC 253, with a bright middle. AKA M 88.
NGC 4506N12h 32m 12s13 25' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00Another faint spiral, beyond the C-8. HNGC lists it as 12.8 mv.
NGC 4516N12h 33m 6s14 34' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00HNGC lists this as a 12.5 mv spiral. It's too faint for the C-8.
NGC 4531N12h 34m 18s13 5' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00A very faint smudge. HNGC lists it as "faint", 11.7 mv. In general, spirals without bright middles are hard to see.
NGC 4548N12h 35m 24s14 30' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00A large, face on Sc, with a bright middle. Burnham: an SBb. Wiki Sky lists this as M 91.
NGC 4554N12h 35m 42s11 11' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00A very faint glow. WikiSky shows a pair of 13th mv stars here. Probably an NGC error, and a very easy one to make. I saw but a glow, with averted vision, and no double star. Other internet sources confirm that this is indeed an NGC error.
NGC 4552N12h 35m 42s12 33' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00A small, bright round elliptical with a bright middle. AKA M 89.
NGC 4564N12h 36m 24s11 26' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00 A small, uniformly bright spot. It looks like a faint planetary nebula. Burnham lists it as an E6, and its WikiSky photo confirms this. The nucleus does look round. Next time more power than 36x needs to be applied.
NGC 4568N12h 36m 36s11 14' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00 A pair of galaxies, with NGC 4567 an arc minute to the north. At 36x, these looked like a single galaxy. They need to be re-examined with higher power.
NGC 4569N12h 36m 48s13 10' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00An Andromeda like spiral, but much smaller! Bright middle. AKA M90.
NGC 4579N12h 37m 42s11 49' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00AKA M 58. A bright, face on Sb/Sa/E0/? Burnham lists it as an Sb.
NGC 4584N12h 38m 18s13 7' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00Too faint for my C-8. HNGC lists it as 12.8 mv spiral, but that's spread over a couple of square arc minutes of sky.
NGC 4596N12h 39m 54s10 11' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00 A spiral with a bright middle, half a degree west of 5th magnitude Rho Vir. Burnham lists it as an S0/SBa. NGC 4608 is between Rho and NGC 4596.
NGC 4606N12h 41m 0s11 55' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00A faint, small, smudge. It looks like an Sb in it's WikiSky photo. There was no sign of the companion galaxy, NGC 4607, an edge on Sc of 13th mv.
NGC 4608N12h 41m 12s10 9' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00A spiral between NGC 4596 and Rho Vir. Burnham lists it as an A0/Sba. It's nucleus is fainter than NGC 4596's.
NGC 4621N12h 42m 0s11 39' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00AKA M 59. Like a fuzzy star. Small but bright. I suspected it was a Seyfert, Burnham notes it is a massive elliptical, but considerably smaller than the milky way.
NGC 4638N12h 42m 48s11 26' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00 A faint, almost star like, galaxy. There was no sign of the much fainter NGC 4637. Both galaxies appear to be spirals on WikiSky's photographic atlas, although HNGC lists NGC 4638 as an elliptical. Burnham lists it as an E5/S0.
NGC 4649N12h 43m 42s11 33' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00AKAM 60. A bright elliptical, with fainter NGC 4647 just 3 arc minutes or so away to the north west. I suspect that the two are interacting, but photos do not show any significant distortion of the outer envelopes. A chance line up? Hard to tell. I saw both galaxies as spirals, but only NGC 4647 is. Burnham lists it as an Sc.
NGC 4654N12h 44m 0s13 8' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00A large, diffuse galaxy. Burnham lists it as an Sc.
NGC 4754N12h 52m 18s11 19' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00A bright, edge on spiral. Burnham lists it as an S0.
NGC 4762N12h 52m 54s11 14' 0" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00 A bright, edge on spiral, brighter than NGC 4754, with its outer envelope somewhat irregular.
STF 1689D12h 55m 30.32s11 29' 46.4" C-8P2008-05-04 22:30:00Nicepair. The primary is a red orange M star, the secondary looks like an For G. I guessed the separation was 25", WDS give it as 28.1". 7 - 9 mv. WDS data: 7.11 - 9.13mv, M4III, 222° pa, 29.8", 2010.
STF 2007ABD16h 6m 2.82s13 19' 15.5" C-8B2008-05-14 01:00:00The position angle was measured at 315°, and the separation was 39". WDS: position angle 329, sep: 31.9" WDS data: 6.89 - 7.98mv, G8III, 322° pa, 38.2", 2010.
STF 2232D17h 50m 15s25 17' 27.6" C-8B2008-05-14 01:00:00I measured 140° position angle, and 7 arc second separation. WDS: position angle: 140, separation: 6.5", 2007. A lackluster double. WDS data: 6.71 - 8.85mv, A1V, 140° pa, 6.0", 2007.
STF 2277ABD18h 3m 8.86s48 27' 51.3" C-8B2008-05-14 01:00:00I measured 130° position angle, and 29.4 arc second separation. WDS: position angle: 128, separation: 27.6". A lackluster double. WDS data: 6.25 - 8.93mv, A1V, 128° pa, 26.7", 2010.
STF 2316ABD18h 27m 12.51s0 11' 46.09" C-8B2008-05-14 01:00:00I measured 320° position angle, and 5 arc second separation. WDS: position angle: 320°, separation: 3.5". An unequal pair. WDS data: 5.38 - 7.62mv, U, 320° pa, 3.6", 2010.
STF 2417D18h 56m 14.63s4 12' 7" C-8B2008-05-14 01:00:00AKA θ serpentis. A very fine pair. WDS data: 4.93 - 6.78mv, A5Vn, 56° pa, 405.6", 2007.
NGC 3587N11h 14m 48s55 1' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00The "owl" nebula. A faint planetary. It's surprising that Messier found it at all. The "eyes" were barely visible. Had I not known they were there, I would not have seen them.
NGC 4258N12h 19m 0s47 18' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00 An almost (~ 70° tilt) edge on Sb spiral, with only a hint of mottling in the arms.
NGC 4261N12h 19m 24s5 49' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00A bright, round, elliptical. Burnham: E2.
NGC 4260N12h 19m 24s6 6' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00A dim streak in position angle approximately 45°. (Burnham: SBc)
NGC 4264N12h 19m 36s5 51' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00A faint blob.
NGC 4269N12h 19m 48s6 1' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00A fuzzy 13th mv star, just south of a 7.7 mv field star. Not in Burnham. Looks like an elliptical in its Sloan photo.
NGC 4333N12h 23m 24s6 2' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00A faint spot.
NGC 4339N12h 23m 36s6 5' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00An elliptical, position angle approximately 70°. (This position angle estimate is wrong).
NGC 4342N12h 23m 36s7 3' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00A faint, small smudge, with a brighter nucleus than NGC 4370
NGC 4343N12h 23m 42s6 57' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00A faint smudge.
NGC 4341N12h 24m 0s7 7' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00A dim, small patch, barely glimpsed.
FK VirV12h 24m 11.54s5 58' 18.26" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00An orange white star of approximately 7 mv.
NGC 4365N12h 24m 30s7 19' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00A bright, compact, round E0. Sloan photos show the outer regions to be elliptical.
NGC 4370N12h 24m 54s7 27' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00A faint, small smudge. A 45° spiral? No. An edge on with a huge dust lane, like NGC 5128.
NGC 4464N12h 29m 24s8 10' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00 A faint, fuzzy starlike object. Brighter than 4467. Not in Burnham, but HRNGC lists it as a spiral. In the sloan survey photo, it looks like an S0.
NGC 4467N12h 29m 30s8 0' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00 An extremely faint smudge. HRNGC lists it as 14th mv! Surprising I saw it at all, but it's an elliptical, and these look like fuzzy stars, rather than extended nebulae.
NGC 4469N12h 29m 30s8 45' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00A medium bright streak, in position angle approximately 70°. Burnham lists it as an edge on Sb.
NGC 4470N12h 29m 36s7 49' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00A faint, but distinct patch. A face on S0? Not in Burnham. NASA extragalactic Database lists it an an Sa(?).
NGC 4472N12h 29m 48s8 0' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00AKA NGC 4472. A bright, compact elliptical. (E4, Burnham)
NGC 4488N12h 30m 54s8 22' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00An extremely faint, 5 arc minute diameter glow. The Sloan photo shows an edge on spiral, with distended outer arms.
NGC 4492N12h 31m 0s8 5' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00A faint ellipse, position angle approximately 60°, with an 11.5 mv field star on top of it.
NGC 4519N12h 33m 30s8 39' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00A 3 arc minute, dim, round blob. (Burnham: SBc)
NGC 4526N12h 34m 0s7 42' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00 A bright, large almost face on Sc spiral (?) with a small nucleus, between 2 7 mv stars. position angle approximately 120. (the faint outer arms, easily seen in photos, were washed out by the stars) (Burnham: E7/ S0)
NGC 4535N12h 34m 18s8 12' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00 A large, dim, globular. The stars were resolved with averted vision. Wrong! It's a face on SBc spiral (Burnham)! The patchy arms looked starlike.
NGC 4559N12h 36m 0s27 58' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00A large irregular blob. dim but quite mottled, with no distinct nucleus. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 4565N12h 36m 18s25 59' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00 This superb edge on gives the illusion of having the edges of its spiral arms appear to be spread out, which photos prove does not happen.
NGC 4570N12h 36m 54s7 15' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00 A streak with a bright middle, position angle approximately 170°. Sb spiral? (Burnham: E8/S0)
R VirV12h 38m 30.1s6 59' 17.1" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00An orange white star of approximately 6.5mv.
NGC 4590N12h 39m 30s-26 45' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00 A globular cluster, 3' in diameter. Approximately 50 stars were seen with averted vision, 5-10 with direct. This suggests that my averted vision is reaching 14.5 mv, direct 13th.
NGC 4712N12h 49m 36s25 28' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00A very faint, medium sized blob. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 4725N12h 50m 24s25 30' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00A medium sized slightly elliptical face on Sb (?). Burnham: SBb.
NGC 4747N12h 51m 48s25 47' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00A very faint, medium sized blob. In its Sloan photo, it looks like an Sc than has undergone a collision.
NGC 5055N13h 15m 48s42 2' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00 An Sc titled at 45°, with lots of mottling in the arms. (Burnham: Sb). A superb sight on a dark night.
NGC 5457N14h 3m 12s54 21' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00A large blob, with a faint, indistinct nucleus. There are streamers of nebulosity spinning off of it (the spiral arms).
NGC 6205N16h 41m 42s36 28' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00This cluster was truly dazzling, as when observed with my well dark adapted eye, it looked extremely bright with hundreds of stars enveloped in a bright nebulosity of all the fainter ones.
NGC 6207N16h 43m 6s36 50' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:00A streak in position angle 30°. Sb? Burnham: Sc. Just NE of M 13.
NGC 4736N12h 50m 54s41 7' 0" C-8P2008-05-28 23:00:05.A round galaxy (elliptical?) with a very bright nucleus. There was a bit of granularity in the outer parts. An illusion? No. It's a face on Sb, the granularity was the spiral arms.
STF 1825D14h 16m 32.83s20 7' 18.69" C-8B2008-05-29 22:00:00I recorded a position angle of 166.5 and separation of 4.8 arc seconds. WDS: 154° position angle, 4.0 arc seconds, 2010. WDS data: 6.47 - 8.42mv, F6V, 154° pa, 4.2", 2010.
STF 1881D14h 47m 5.35s0 58' 15.19" C-8B2008-05-29 22:00:00I recorded a separation of 4 arc seconds, WDS: 3.6 arc seconds. WDS data: 6.74 - 8.81mv, B9.5V, 359° pa, 3.5", 2006.
RX BooV14h 24m 11.57s25 42' 12.95" C-8B2008-06-02 22:00:00A red brown star of 6.8 mv (using comparison stars), quite nice to look at.
STF 1850D14h 28m 33.29s28 17' 25.9" C-8B2008-06-02 22:00:00I recorded position angle 267°, WDS gives position angle of 262. WDS data: 7.11 - 7.56mv, A1VA1V, 261° pa, 25.2", 2008.
STF 1964D15h 38m 12.96s36 14' 48" C-8B2008-06-02 22:00:00A swept up double, near Zeta CrB. I record position angle 87, separation 14.9 arc seconds, WDS gives position angle 85, separation 16.8 arc seconds, 2009. WDS data: 7.85 - 8.06mv, U, 85° pa, 15.5", 2009.
STF 1965D15h 39m 22.67s36 38' 9" C-8B2008-06-02 22:00:00I record a position angle of 302 d, sep 6 arc seconds. WDS: 306 d, 5.5 arc seconds, 2010. WDS data: 4.96 - 5.91mv, B7VB9V, 306° pa, 6.0", 2010.
STF 1988D15h 56m 45.52s12 28' 40.59" C-8B2008-06-02 22:00:00 I record a separation of 2.2 arc seconds, WDS gives 2.9 WDS data: 7.59 - 7.84mv, F1V, 250° pa, 1.9", 2010.
STF 2052ABD16h 28m 52.67s18 24' 50.59" C-8B2008-06-02 22:00:00I record a separation of 2.7 arc seconds and a position angle of 128°, WDS gives 2.7 arc seconds, position angle 121°. WDS data: 7.69 - 7.91mv, K1V, 121° pa, 2.2", 2010.
STF 2094ABD16h 44m 10.57s23 31' 2.79" C-8B2008-06-08 02:30:00Aclose but pretty double, I recorded 1.4 arc seconds separation and 80°position angle, WDS: 1.6 arc seconds separation and 74 position angle, 2010. WDS data: 7.48 - 7.87mv, F5III, 74° pa, 1.1", 2010.
STF 2135ABD17h 12m 6.06s21 13' 44.39" C-8B2008-06-08 02:30:00A dull double, I recorded 9.5 arc seconds separation and 195° position angle, WDS: 6.7 arc seconds separation and 193 position angle. WDS data: 7.59 - 8.88mv, K0, 193° pa, 8.4", 2010.
STF 2140ABD17h 14m 38.85s14 23' 24.9" C-8B2008-06-08 02:30:00AKA Alpha Her. I record 5.4 arc seconds separation and 102.5° position angle, WDS: 4.7 arc seconds separation and 103 position angle. WDS data: 3.48 - 5.40mv, M5Ib-II, 103° pa, 4.7", 2010.
STF 2264D18h 1m 30.41s21 35' 44.8" C-8B2008-06-08 02:30:00 I record 6.2 arc seconds separation and 262°. WDS: 6.1 arc seconds separation and 257° position angle. WDS data: 4.85 - 5.20mv, A5IIIn, 257° pa, 6.3", 2010.
STF 2351D18h 36m 12s41 16' 41.2" C-8B2008-06-08 02:30:00An exquisite pair! I record 6 arc seconds separation and 162°. WDS: 6.0 arc seconds separation and 160° position angle. WDS data: 7.60 - 7.64mv, A1VA0V, 160° pa, 5.0", 2010.
NGC 6712N18h 53m 6s-8 42' 0" C-8B2008-06-08 02:30:00Not even a discernable smudge in tonight's hazy skies.
STFA 46D19h 41m 49.09s50 31' 31" C-8B2008-06-08 02:30:00I record 39.3 arc seconds separation and 135° position angle, WDS: 37 arc seconds separation and 133° position angle, 2010. WDS data: 6.00 - 6.23mv, G1.5V, 133° pa, 39.7", 2010.
NGC 6826N19h 44m 48s50 31' 0" C-8B2008-06-08 02:30:00 I saw the central star, but could not make it "blink". It takes darker skies for that. A nice deep sky object for urban skies, however.
STF 2605ABD19h 55m 37.81s52 26' 20.5" C-8B2008-06-08 02:30:00 A difficult double, as the primary's brightness washed out the secondary. I record 3.4 arc seconds separation and 178.5° position angle. WDS: 4.0 arc seconds separation and 176° position angle, 2010. WDS data: 5.03 - 7.52mv, A4Vn, 176° pa, 2.9", 2010.
STF 2609D19h 58m 34.37s38 6' 20.79" C-8B2008-06-08 02:30:00A close, but nice double. I record 2.4 arc seconds separation and 21.5°position angle. WDS: 2.9 arc seconds separation and 23° position angle. WDS data: 6.69 - 7.64mv, B5IV, 23° pa, 1.9", 2008.
X SgeV20h 5m 5.25s20 38' 49.98" C-8B2008-06-08 02:30:00A red brown star of about 8.3 mv, (from comparison stars)
STF 1873D14h 44m 48.13s7 42' 4" C-8B2008-06-12 01:30:00 A nice pair, not in Burnham. I record 7.3 arc seconds separation and position angle 97°. WDS: 6.5 arc seconds separation and position angle 94°. WDS data: 7.96 - 8.35mv, G5III, 94° pa, 6.9", 2007.
STF 1904D15h 4m 6.44s5 29' 34.2" C-8B2008-06-12 01:30:00An OK pair. I record 8.9 arc seconds separation and position angle 351°.WDS: 10.8 arc seconds separation and position angle 347°. WDS data: 7.19 - 7.37mv, F0V, 347° pa, 10.2", 2007.
BU 32D15h 21m 2s0 42' 55" C-8B2008-06-12 01:30:00 A very difficult pair, the primary swamps the secondary, rendering the latter almost invisible. I record 1.4 arc seconds separation and position angle 275°. WDS: 3.0 arc seconds separation and position angle 22°, 2008. WDS data: 5.53 - 8.78mv, K2III, 22° pa, 3.4", 2008.
STF 1987D15h 57m 14.92s3 24' 19.19" C-8B2008-06-12 01:30:00An OK double. I record 9.5 arc seconds separation and position angle 323°. WDS: 12.5 arc seconds separation and position angle 320°. WDS data: 7.31 - 8.71mv, A0V, 320° pa, 10.7", 2010.
STF 2031D16h 16m 19.68s-1 38' 53" C-8B2008-06-12 01:30:00A non existent double! I saw no double here, WikiSky and Kstars do not show one either. Burnham lists it. There is a 7th magnitude star at the listed position. WDS data: 7.18 - 8.74mv, F7V, 229° pa, 20.7", 2009.
NGC 6171N16h 32m 30s-13 3' 0" C-8B2008-06-12 01:30:00AKA M 107. Missed this one. Perhaps a finder chart would show it. The deep sky does not do well in light polluted skies.
STF 2166D17h 27m 52.24s11 23' 25.79" C-8B2008-06-12 01:30:00An OK pair, I record 27.1 arc seconds separation and 285° position angle, WDS: 27.5° and 283° position angle. WDS data: 7.15 - 8.58mv, A5V, 282° pa, 27.4", 2007.
STF 2191ABD17h 39m 47.28s-4 58' 4.8" C-8B2008-06-12 01:30:00An OK pair, I record 27.1 arc seconds separation and 268° position angle, WDS: 26.5° and 268° position angle. WDS data: 7.83 - 8.47mv, F2V, 267° pa, 26.6", 2005.
STF 2313D18h 24m 42.98s-6 36' 13.29" C-8B2008-06-12 01:30:00 A nice pair, I record 6.8 arc seconds separation and 194° position angle, WDS: 6.1 arc seconds separation and 195° position angle. WDS data: 7.48 - 8.73mv, G0IV, 195° pa, 5.7", 2005.
STF 2333ABD18h 31m 6.94s32 14' 43.39" C-8B2008-06-12 01:30:00A OK pair, I record 7.9 arc seconds separation and 335° position angle, WDS: 6.4 arc seconds separation and 333° position angle. WDS data: 7.82 - 8.57mv, B9IV, 333° pa, 6.4", 2007.
T LyrV18h 32m 20.1s36 59' 52.42" C-8B2008-06-12 01:30:00This star is always stunningly red. It as bright as a K star, HD 172006, about a degree east of T. The K star's brightness is given as 7.5 by Wikisky, 7.3 by SAO, and 7.7 by Tycho.
NGC 6720N18h 53m 36s33 2' 0" C-8B2008-06-12 01:30:00 This was never seen better from the backyard. At 183x, some structure was seen in the ring as helical loops in it. No central star was seen.
SHJ 286D19h 4m 57.66s-4 1' 53.1" C-8B2008-06-12 01:30:00A nice, wide pair. I record 39.8 arc seconds separation and 211 position angle, WDS: 33.3 arc seconds separation and 210° position angle, 2010. WDS data: 5.52 - 6.98mv, K0IV, 210° pa, 41.5", 2010.
STF 2449D19h 6m 23.04s7 9' 20.1" C-8B2008-06-12 01:30:00 An exquisite pair in a very nice field. I record 8.1 arc seconds separation and 292° position angle, WDS: 10.2 arc seconds separation and 292° position angle. WDS data: 7.20 - 7.72mv, F2V, 290° pa, 7.9", 2009.
STF 2492ABD19h 18m 32.48s1 5' 6.29" C-8B2008-06-12 01:30:00 A very difficult pair, with the primary swamping the close secondary. It needs superb seeing to be seen well, which I did not have. I record 3.3 arc seconds separation and 10 position angle, WDS: 3.5 arc seconds separation and 3° position angle. WDS data: 5.28 - 8.29mv, G9III, 3° pa, 3.2", 2007.
NGC 5466N14h 5m 30s28 32' 0" C-8B2008-07-03 00:00:00A faint, large globular, but ~100 stars were seen with averted vision
NGC 5634N14h 29m 36s-5 59' 0" C-8B2008-07-03 00:00:00 This looked smaller than its listed 9 arc minutes. The cluster was well granulated, but not resolved. Tonight's seeing is poor, but the skies are very transparent. There is a light but gusty wind.
NGC 5907N15h 15m 54s56 19' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00A lovely edge on spiral. A streak of light with whispy ends, which is perhaps an optical illusion, and a small, bright nucleus.
NGC 5897N15h 17m 24s-21 1' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00 3-5 stars were seen with direct vision, 30-50 with averted. There was strong granulation as well. Still, a fairly faint cluster.
NGC 6121N16h 23m 36s-26 32' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00 A large, bright, loose cluster. Approximately 50 stars were seen with direct vision. There is a distinct bar of stars, running through the center of the cluster, in position angle 10°.
H 2 19D16h 25m 35.11s-23 26' 49" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00AKA ρ or 5 Oph. A triangle of bright stars enveloped in faint nebulosity, which appeared to be a reflection nebula. It was brighter and smaller than the Merope nebula. WDS data: 5.07 - 5.74mv, B2IVB2V, 334° pa, 3.3", 2009.
NGC 6144N16h 27m 18s-26 2' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00 This was fainter than expected, but the skies were perhaps not totally dark, and the cluster was still in the eastern dome of commercial light. A few stars were seen with averted vision. Between Antares and M4
NGC 6171N16h 32m 30s-13 3' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00~ 100 stars seen with averted vision. Not bright
NGC 6218N16h 47m 12s-1 57' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00A large, loose cluster. Approximately 75 stars were seen with direct vision.
NGC 6266N17h 1m 12s-30 7' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00A bright, well granulated cluster. A few stars were visible with averted vision. The cluster's south east portion was obscured.
NGC 6273N17h 2m 36s-26 16' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00 A large, bright, and rich cluster. 3-5 stars were visible with direct vision, and around 100 with averted. In a rich area of the Milky Way.
NGC 6284N17h 4m 30s-24 46' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00A small cluster, barely granulated with averted vision.
NGC 6293N17h 10m 12s-26 35' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00A nice cluster, which looks like spilled sugar with averted vision.
NGC 6304N17h 14m 30s-29 28' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00A small faint patch, smaller than it's listed 8 arc minute diameter.
NGC 6316N17h 16m 36s-28 8' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00A faint cluster, barely granulated. It's smaller than it's listed 9 arc minutes.
NGC 6325N17h 18m 0s-23 46' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00This cluster looks like a faint, diffuse E0 galaxy. There was no granulation.
NGC 6333N17h 19m 12s-18 31' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00 A bright, glowing mass of stars. Approximately 100 seen with averted and direct vision. Averted vision was washed out by the brightness of the mass of stars.
NGC 6356N17h 23m 36s-17 49' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00A small, bright cluster. It looked granulated, despite the HRNGC's assertion that the stars were 20th Mv and below.
NGC 6369N17h 29m 18s-23 46' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00Like a small, round version of M 57, the ring.
NGC 6440N17h 48m 54s-20 22' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00A small, faint cluster, not granulated.
NGC 6522N18h 3m 36s-30 2' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00A small, faint cluster, not granulated. In the same field as N 6528, both of which are north of Gamma Sgr.
NGC 6528N18h 4m 48s-30 3' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00A small, faint cluster, not granulated. In the same field as N 6522, both of which are north of Gamma Sgr.
NGC 6544N18h 7m 18s-25 0' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00A small, faint cluster, barely granulated, with a couple of foreground stars in front of it.
NGC 6558N18h 10m 18s-31 46' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00A small, very faint cluster, not granulated. It was not easy at 163x, and was almost invisible at 36x
NGC 6569N18h 13m 36s-31 50' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00A compact cluster whose stars made resolution difficult.
NGC 6624N18h 23m 42s-30 22' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00A cluster with a bright center. There was a small bit of granulation.
NGC 6626N18h 24m 30s-24 52' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00 AKA M 28. A grand sight. There were 30-50 stars seen directly, hundreds with averted vision. In a rich area of the milky way.
NGC 6633N18h 27m 42s6 34' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00A loose grouping of bright stars (~ 20 - 40) in a very rich part of the milky way.
NGC 6638N18h 30m 54s-25 30' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00A faint, compact cluster, granulated with averted vision.
NGC 6637N18h 31m 24s-32 21' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00AKA M 69. A compact, well granulated cluster, a few stars were visible with averted vision within the glowing mass of stars.
NGC 6642N18h 31m 54s-23 29' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00A small patch in the sky, that gets much brighter in its middle. No real granulation seen.
NGC 6645N18h 32m 36s-16 54' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00A large, loose cluster.
NGC 6717N18h 55m 6s-22 42' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00 A faint cluster, with an 11th Mv star about 10 arc seconds or so east of it. Both are approximately an arc minute south of Nu Sgr.
NGC 6715N18h 55m 6s-30 29' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00AKA 6715. A bright, well granulated cluster, with a few stars seen with averted vision.
NGC 6723N18h 59m 36s-36 38' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00A large, loose, faint, and well resolved cluster
NGC 6779N19h 16m 36s30 11' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00~ 25 stars were seen with direct vision, 100+ with averted. In a rich part of the milky way.
NGC 7008N21h 0m 36s54 33' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 00:00:00A nice double with the nebula just north of it. The nebula was small, and fairly bright, as nebulae go.
NGC 6530N18h 4m 48s-24 20' 0" C-8P2008-07-03 02:30:00This is the cluster associated with M8. About 20 bright stars, embedded in the nebula. A spectacular sight, overall.
NGC 6774N19h 16m 36s-16 16' 0" C-8B2008-07-15 02:00:00A very coarse grouping of 8 - 9 mv stars, looking like a random grouping of milky way stars and not a true cluster.
S 715D19h 17m 39.96s-15 58' 1.69" C-8B2008-07-15 02:00:00A pretty double, 23 arc minutes west of V1942 Sgr, and swept up while observing the variable. I record 9.5 arc seconds separation 13° position angle, WDS: 8.4 arc seconds separation, 16° position angle. WDS data: 7.07 - 7.90mv, A3V, 17° pa, 8.4", 2007.
V1942 SgrV19h 19m 9.64s-15 54' 35.48" C-8B2008-07-15 02:00:00A pale red star of approximately 7.0 mv.
STF 2562D19h 42m 45.86s8 22' 57" C-8B2008-07-15 02:00:00A lackluster double, I record 28.5 arc seconds separation, and position angle 252°. WDS: 28 arc seconds, with a position angle of 222°, 2009. WDS data: 6.95 - 9.89mv, F8V, 222° pa, 117.0", 2009.
STF 2594D19h 54m 37.65s-8 13' 38.3" C-8B2008-07-15 02:00:00 A nice, wide double. I record 36.6 arc seconds separation with a position angle of 170°, WDS: 29.5 arc seconds separation, position angle: 172°. WDS data: 5.65 - 6.35mv, B7VnB8V, 170° pa, 35.7", 2010.
STF 2639ABD20h 9m 14.31s35 29' 1.89" C-8B2008-07-15 02:00:00A nice double. I record 6 arc seconds separation with a position angle of 303°, WDS: 5.4 arc seconds separation, position angle: 303°. WDS data: 7.78 - 8.67mv, B0.5IV, 302° pa, 5.9", 2007.
WX CygV20h 18m 33.63s37 26' 58.96" C-8B2008-07-15 02:00:00A faint star, at about 11.5 mv. Only a hint of red in it. The star is about half a degree south and a bit east of P Cyg.
NGC 6913N20h 23m 54s38 32' 0" C-8B2008-07-15 02:00:00 A grouping of about 8 bright (8 - 10) stars.
SHJ 324D20h 29m 53.91s-18 34' 59.4" C-8B2008-07-15 02:00:00A pretty pair. I record 22.2 arc seconds separation with a position angle of 239°, WDS: 23.5 arc seconds separation, position angle: 239°. WDS data: 5.91 - 6.68mv, A3VnA7V, 238° pa, 21.9", 2010.
BD VulV20h 37m 17.98s26 28' 57.87" C-8B2008-07-15 02:00:00 An orange star of 10.7mv.
STF 2737D20h 59m 4.45s4 17' 36" C-8B2008-07-15 02:00:00 A pretty pair. I record 10.8 arc seconds separation with a position angle of 69.5°, WDS: 9.4 arc seconds separation, position angle: 67°. WDS data: 6.31 - 7.05mv, U, 67° pa, 10.5", 2006.
NGC 6940N20h 34m 36s28 18' 0" C-8B2008-07-15 03:00:00 A large cluster (~ 40 arc minutes in diameter) of around 40 stars, the brightest of which is approximately 8.5 mv.
SHJ 240D16h 57m 4s-19 32' 23.49" C-8B2008-07-24 10:30:00An exquisite pair of B6 - B7 stars. I record 5.42", position angle 234°. WDS: 5.6", position angle 232°, 2010. WDS data: 6.59 - 7.59mv, B6V+B7V, 232° pa, 4.4", 2010.
H 3 25D17h 18m 0.7s-24 17' 12.79" C-8B2008-07-24 10:30:00AKA Omicron or 39 Oph. A pretty pair of bright stars. I record 10.8 arc seconds separation position angle 355°. WDS: 10", position angle 353°, 2010. WDS data: 5.23 - 6.64mv, G8III, 353° pa, 10.3", 2010.
STF 2259D17h 59m 3.63s30 2' 56.1" C-8B2008-07-24 10:30:00A mundane sort of double. I record 20.3 arc seconds separation position angle 277.5°, WDS: 18.3", position angle 277°. WDS data: 7.27 - 8.44mv, G5II, 277° pa, 19.8", 2010.
STF 2390D18h 45m 49.82s34 31' 6.6" C-8B2008-07-24 10:30:00A nice, unequal pair. I record 4.9 arc seconds separation position angle 158°, WDS: 4.5" position angle 158°. WDS data: 7.37 - 8.56mv, A7V, 156° pa, 4.4", 2010.
STF 2690A BCD20h 31m 11.94s11 15' 33" C-8B2008-07-24 10:30:00An OK pair. I record 17.6 arc seconds separation, position angle 258°, WDS: 12.5" position angle 255°, 2009. WDS data: 7.12 - 7.39mv, B8V, 255° pa, 17.3", 2009.
DR SerV18h 47m 20.53s5 27' 21.01" C-8B2008-07-24 22:30:00A rather red star, considering it was but 10.7 mv, by comparison with WikiSky's chart.
V0374 AqlV19h 30m 14.74s-0 49' 51.91" C-8B2008-07-24 22:30:00A red orange star, 9.0 mv, by comparison with WikiSky's chart.
LAL 123D15h 33m 9.52s-24 29' 25" C-8B2008-07-25 22:00:00An OK pair, washed out by the aurora commercialis. I record 9.5 arc seconds separation position angle 297°. WDS: 9.2", position angle 301°, 2007. WDS data: 7.02 - 7.00mv, A3+F0V:, 301° pa, 9.0", 2007.
H 3 7D16h 5m 26.23s-19 48' 19" C-8B2008-07-25 22:00:00 A bright, nice, unequal pair washed out by the aurora commercialis. The stars were bright enough to show considerable atmospheric refraction, their tops appeared blue, their bottoms were red. I record 13 arc seconds separation position angle 16°. WDS: 14.4", position angle 20°, 2010. WDS data: 2.59 - 4.52mv, B0.5V+B2V, 20° pa, 13.5", 2010.
NGC 6093N16h 17m 0s-22 59' 0" C-8B2008-07-25 22:00:00AKA M 80. A faint ball of mist, awash in the light pollution of our urban, southern sky. Needs a revisit in dark skies, this is a spectacular cluster there.
NGC 6204N16h 46m 30s-47 1' 0" C-8B2008-07-25 22:00:00AKA M 14. Invisible in the aurora commercialias.
SZ SgrV17h 44m 56.4s-18 39' 32.61" C-8B2008-07-25 22:30:00A pastel red star, the brightest star within several fields of the star itself, leading to a lack of suitable comparison stars. I'm guessing it was about 8.5 mv.
STF 2579ABD19h 44m 58.43s45 7' 50.5" C-8B2008-07-25 22:30:00 A nice, unequal pair of B9 stars. I record 2.7 arc seconds separation position angle 218.5°. WDS: 2.3", position angle 220°. WDS data: 2.89 - 6.27mv, B9.5IV, 220° pa, 2.7", 2010.
SHJ 323ABD20h 28m 51.61s-17 48' 49.2" C-8B2008-07-25 22:30:00AKA ρ Cap. Burnham lists this star's separation as 0.5", WDS as 3.0". I saw no separation, so separation was under an arc second. The star did not even seem elongated. WDS data: 4.97 - 6.88mv, F3V, 215° pa, 1.4", 2009.
STF 2745ABD21h 4m 4.71s-5 49' 23" C-8B2008-07-25 22:30:00AKA 12 Aqr. A difficult, unequal pair, dull in tonight's bright, unsteady skies, perhaps better in clear, steady skies. I record 3.3 arc seconds separation position angle 182°. WDS: 3.2", 197°, 2009. WDS data: 5.80 - 7.50mv, U, 197° pa, 2.5", 2009.
STF 2755D21h 7m 32.87s-0 9' 49.89" C-8B2008-07-25 22:30:00 A wide pair with an orange primary. The secondary is too faint to show much color. The pair was "discovered" while sweeping for RV Aqr. I record 24.9 arc seconds separation position angle 80°. WDS: 23.9", 79°. WDS data: 6.88 - 9.86mv, M3III, 79° pa, 24.8", 2006.
SS SgrV18h 30m 25.93s-16 53' 59.88" C-8B2008-07-25 23:30:00An 8.5 (by comparison with HD 170349) red star. Stars of 10 mv and fainter were quite hard to see in the urban brightness.
AY CygV20h 9m 43.87s41 29' 33.08" C-8P2008-08-01 11:00:00 C1:TYC 3158-1064-1 mv: 11.3 TYC 3158-840-1 mv: 12.2 A 11.7mv barely orange star.
RT CapV20h 17m 6.64s-21 19' 10.17" C-8P2008-08-01 23:15:00A orange star the same brightness as HD 193151, which is listed as 6.8 mv.
SZ SgrV17h 44m 56.4s-18 39' 32.61" C-8B2008-08-09 00:40:00HD 161681 This star was about as bright as HD 161681, which is listed as visual magnitude 9.2 by AAVSO, 9.25 by WikiSky, 8.9 by SAO, and 9.4 by Tycho 9.2mv.
NGC 6664N18h 36m 42s-8 13' 0" C-8B2008-08-09 00:40:00A very loose grouping of about 10 10-12 mv stars in a bright area of the milky way.
RX SctV18h 37m 3.6s-7 36' 18.35" C-8B2008-08-09 00:40:00HD 171979, mv 8.8 A faintly pastel red star of 9.3mv.
NGC 7026N21h 6m 18s47 51' 0" C-8B2008-08-09 00:50:00 A small but high surface brightness planetary. It was invisible in the 56, barely visible in the 30, and obvious in the 12.5 with averted vision. Even with the 12.5, it vanished with direct vision. There is a 10th mv star half an arc minute east of the nebula.
V0577 CygV21h 9m 59.71s46 44' 19.66" C-8B2008-08-09 00:50:00The pastel red star was as bright as HD 201665, visual magnitude 9.126 AAVSO, 9.166 WikiSky, 8.9 SAO.
STTA215D21h 10m 30.96s47 41' 32" C-8B2008-08-09 00:50:00 A very wide but pretty pair, white and pastel orange. This would be good in binoculars, if you could find it in the crowded Cygnus star field. WDS data: 6.55 - 7.52mv, B6IV, 189° pa, 136.3", 2009.
V0582 CygV21h 11m 49.43s46 33' 19.04" C-8B2008-08-09 00:50:00This faint red star was as bright as TYC 3589-4458-1, visual magnitude 11.456 WikiSky, 11.524 AC_2000 and Tycho.
BF SgeV20h 2m 23.59s21 5' 21.85" C-8B2008-08-09 01:58:00 HD 345659 mv: 10.1 A faint 10.0mv but very red star.
HU SgeV20h 3m 42.2s21 29' 44.83" C-8B2008-08-09 02:00:00HD 190361 The brightest star in the field. It appeared to be 1/2 magnitudes brighter than HD 190361, visual magnitude 7.28 WikiSky, 7.41 Tycho, making it about 6.8mv.
RV AqrV21h 5m 52.07s-0 12' 49.2" C-8B2008-08-09 02:20:00Despite a careful search, where the field was accurately found, the star was not visible. It had to be fainter than 13.0mv.
W CygV21h 36m 2.01s45 22' 25.98" C-8B2008-08-09 02:56:00 HD 205349 mv: 6.25 A 6.2mv red orange star.
V0539 CygV21h 39m 32.6s45 10' 56.96" C-8B2008-08-09 03:05:00TYC 3591-2957-1 TYC 3195-727-1 This orange star was 8.8mv.
TW PegV22h 3m 59.32s28 20' 51.67" C-8B2008-08-09 03:05:00This orange star was as bright as HD 208658, visual magnitude 7.96 (WikiSky), 7.5 (SAO), 8.075 (Tycho).
AZ PegV22h 6m 36.55s29 12' 56.27" C-8B2008-08-09 03:05:00 C1: TYC 2216-198-1 mv: 9.798 C2: A 9.7mv orange star
T LyrV18h 32m 20.1s36 59' 52.42" C-8B2008-08-09 09:30:00Deep red, the star was as bright as HD 170896. Visual magnitude 8.151 (WikiSky),7.5 (SAO) 8.256 (Tycho)
STF 2140ABD17h 14m 38.85s14 23' 24.9" C-8B2008-08-09 10:00:00The seeing is very good tonight, Pickering 7-8. The secondary appears to be a pale blue in the 5mm. WDS data: 3.48 - 5.40mv, M5Ib-II, 103° pa, 4.7", 2010.
TW OphV17h 29m 44.06s-19 28' 30.74" C-8B2008-08-09 10:00:00The star is the same brightness as HD 157301, about 1.6° west of TW. It is 8.044 mv (WikiSky), 8.0 (SAO), and 8.086 (Tycho) mv.
STF 2470D19h 8m 45.2s34 45' 37.09" C-8B2008-08-09 10:00:00I record 13.6 arc seconds separation 271° position angle. WDS: 13.1 arc seconds separation, 268° position angle, 2007. WDS data: 7.03 - 8.44mv, B5V, 268° pa, 13.7", 2007.
STF 2474ABD19h 9m 4.35s34 35' 59.9" C-8B2008-08-09 10:00:00I record 16.3 arc seconds separation 265° position angle. WDS: 17.1 arc seconds separation 263° position angle. WDS data: 6.78 - 7.88mv, G1V, 263° pa, 15.5", 2010.
STF 2523ABD19h 26m 48.37s21 9' 46.19" C-8B2008-08-09 10:00:00Beautiful. I record 6.2 arc seconds separation 331° position angle. WDS: 7.0 arc seconds separation, position angle 149°. Either I or the WDS observer reversed the primary and secondary in this pair, for my reading minus 180 gives 151°, making the two readings two degrees apart. WDS data: 7.95 - 8.05mv, B3VB7V, 148° pa, 6.3", 2008.
STF 2527ACD19h 27m 20.85s20 40' 8" C-8B2008-08-09 10:00:00 Swept up while locating Struve 2523. It's about 40' south of the brighter pair. I record 4.6 arc seconds separation, position angle 14°. WDS: 4.3 arc second separation, 16° position angle. WDS data: 8.50 - 9.73mv, U, 16° pa, 4.3", 2007.
V CygV20h 41m 18.2s48 8' 28.15" C-8B2008-08-09 10:00:00C1:TYC 3578-1577-1, 9.845mv The star is faint, diminishing its striking red color.
FO SerV18h 19m 21.78s-15 36' 52.95" C-8B2008-08-15 21:30:00A faint, red orange star in a crowded field.
T SctV18h 55m 27.17s-8 11' 17.42" C-8B2008-08-15 22:15:00About 9.15 mv tonight.
S 715D19h 17m 39.96s-15 58' 1.69" C-8B2008-08-15 22:15:00A brilliant pair, and with S 716, superb. Very like Struve 2470 and 2474, in that their position angles are close to equal. WDS data: 7.07 - 7.90mv, A3V, 17° pa, 8.4", 2007.
S 716D19h 18m 5.55s-15 57' 13.39" C-8B2008-08-15 22:15:00Aclose and beautiful pair, and with S 715, superb. Very like Struve 2470and 2474, in that their position angles are close to equal. WDS data: 8.37 - 8.62mv, B9.5V, 195° pa, 5.4", 2004.
V1942 SgrV19h 19m 9.64s-15 54' 35.48" C-8B2008-08-15 22:15:00Around 6.3 mv tonight. The star is near S 715 and S 716, an superb pair of doubles.
AW CygV19h 28m 47.64s46 2' 36.59" C-8B2008-08-15 22:15:00 An orange red star of about 8.6mv.
P CygV20h 17m 47.14s38 1' 56.21" C-8B2008-08-15 23:15:00000-BCL-286 5.6mv.
WX CygV20h 18m 33.63s37 26' 58.96" C-8B2008-08-15 23:15:009.0 mv this evening. About 40 arc minutes South of P Cyg.
STF 2063D16h 31m 47.22s45 35' 53.8" C-8B2008-08-16 23:30:00A nice, unequal pair whose colors appear to be white and pastel orange. WDS data: 5.69 - 8.70mv, A2V, 197° pa, 16.4", 2008.
SHJ 240D16h 57m 4s-19 32' 23.49" C-8B2008-08-16 23:30:00A nice, unequal pair. WDS data: 6.59 - 7.59mv, B6V+B7V, 232° pa, 4.4", 2010.
SHJ 243ABD17h 15m 20.78s-26 36' 6.09" C-8B2008-08-16 23:30:00 A splendid pair of yellow orange stars. Burnham gives it as 4.4 arc seconds, 163 degrees PA, WDS: 13 arc seconds, 140 degrees pa. WDS data: 5.12 - 5.12mv, K5VeK1V, 140° pa, 5.3", 2010.
STF 2624ACD20h 3m 29.41s36 1' 28.6" C-8B2008-08-16 23:30:00A close, excellent, pair in a sparkling field. I record a PA of 293°, and a separation of 1.9 arc seconds. WDS data: 7.09 - 9.26mv, 09.5IIIe, 327° pa, 43.0", 2008.
S 763ABD20h 48m 25.96s-18 12' 6.1" C-8B2008-08-16 23:30:00A dull pair. I record a PA of 293°, and a separation of 14.9 arc seconds. WDS data: 7.24 - 7.79mv, G8III-IV, 293° pa, 15.5", 2010.
BC AndV23h 0m 53.09s46 30' 38" C-8B2008-08-16 23:30:00 HD 217262 mv: 8.229 An 8.2mv star.
VY AndV23h 1m 49.39s45 53' 10" C-8B2008-08-16 23:30:00TYC 3622-503-1 TYC 3662-2087-1 9.6mv.
ARG 45D23h 4m 14.82s46 36' 33.59" C-8B2008-08-16 23:30:00Not a micrometer observation. A lovely, but close and faint pair. WDS data: 9.35 - 10.06mv, O, 17° pa, 4.0", 2009.
HJ 1884D23h 27m 54.4s50 11' 2.39" C-8B2008-08-16 23:30:00This observation was not made with the micrometer. A lackluster pair. WDS data: 9.66 - 10.17mv, K2, 245° pa, 11.9", 2004.
NGC 7685N23h 30m 36s3 54' 0" C-8B2008-08-16 23:30:00A very loose cluster of about 20 stars. Hardly a cluster. Not in Burnham.
EW AndV23h 26m 57.39s49 30' 58" C-8B2008-08-16 23:55:00The star was fainter than the comparison star.
CM CygV19h 58m 34.28s52 5' 40.65" C-8B2008-08-21 22:08:00As bright as the comparison star.
T LyrV18h 32m 20.1s36 59' 52.42" C-8B2008-08-21 22:45:00A deep, burnt orange red tonight.
BC AndV23h 0m 53.09s46 30' 38" C-8B2008-08-21 22:45:00 TYC 3622-2238-1 mv: 9.563 HD 217634 mv: 7.94 An 8.7mv star.
EW AndV23h 26m 57.39s49 30' 58" C-8B2008-08-21 22:45:00The star was fainter than the comparison star.
RV SctV18h 44m 25.22s-13 12' 53.08" C-8B2008-08-21 23:08:00The star was fainter than the comparison stars.
SV SgeV19h 8m 11.47s17 37' 38.5" C-8B2008-08-21 23:08:00As bright as the comparison star.
NGC 6611N18h 18m 48s-13 47' 0" C-8B2008-09-01 21:15:00This looks like a rather loose open cluster in this light pollution. The wonderful nebulosity is not visible.
NGC 6694N18h 45m 12s-9 24' 0" C-8B2008-09-01 21:15:00A few 9th and 10th mv stars, with about 20-30 fainter ones. Lackluster in this light pollution.
STF 2373D18h 45m 51.33s-10 29' 34.09" C-8B2008-09-01 21:15:00A close, nice, pair. I record a PA of 340°, and a separation of 3.3 arc seconds. WDS data: 7.39 - 8.43mv, F2, 337° pa, 4.4", 2007.
STF 2348AB CD18h 33m 56.69s52 21' 12" C-8B2008-09-01 21:45:00A lackluster pair, the bright primary overwhelms the faint secondary. WDS data: 5.50 - 8.65mv, U, 263° pa, 24.7", 2009.
STF 2367ABD18h 41m 16.35s30 17' 40.9" C-8B2008-09-01 21:45:00A nice unequal pair at the vertex of an isocoles triangle whos base is to the west. WDS data: 7.05 - 8.75mv, G3IV, 192 pa, 14.3", 2012.
STF 2380D18h 42m 55.42s44 55' 30.9" C-8B2008-09-01 21:45:00An OK, wide pair. I record a PA of 6°, and a separation of 27.1 arc seconds. WDS data: 7.28 - 8.70mv, G8III, 8° pa, 25.6", 2008.
AG 369D18h 58m 38.28s12 41' 32" C-8B2008-09-01 23:00:00A swept up double. The components appear 9-10 mv. A nice, close pair. I record a PA of 225°, and a separation of 5.1 arc seconds. WDS data: 9.33 - 10.33mv, G5, 227° pa, 4.4", 2010.
STF 2426ABD18h 59m 58.75s12 53' 24.09" C-8B2008-09-01 23:00:00 Primary is light orange, secondary a pastel blue. A nice, wide pair. I record a PA of 263°, and a separation of 16.2 arc seconds. WDS data: 7.45 - 8.96mv, A5V+K2III, 262° pa, 16.4", 2006.
A 722D20h 12m 47.29s12 10' 4.29" C-8B2008-09-01 23:00:00A very nice pair of white stars. I record a PA of 240°, and a separation of 10.2 arc seconds. WDS data: 10.02 - 10.31mv, F5, 163° pa, 2.6", 2009.
NGC 7092N21h 32m 12s48 26' 0" C-8B2008-09-01 23:00:00A field filling cluster of 30 bright stars. Probably best in binoculars.
RT CapV20h 17m 6.64s-21 19' 10.17" C-8B2008-09-23 22:30:00A deep orange red, like a glowing ember in a fire.
STT 414ABD20h 47m 9.91s42 24' 35.39" C-8B2008-09-23 22:30:00WDS: pa: 94, s:9.3" I record a PA of 95°, and a separation of 10 arc seconds. WDS data: 7.43 - 8.93mv, B7V, 94° pa, 9.9", 2002.
STF 2909ABD22h 28m 49.8s-0 1' 12.2" C-8B2008-09-23 22:30:00A superb pair of yellow stars. Best in the 9mm. WDS data: 4.34 - 4.49mv, F3IV-V, 165 pa, 2.3", 2013.
ST AndV23h 38m 45.09s35 46' 21" C-8B2008-09-23 22:30:00A very pale red star.
UW SgrV19h 46m 26.18s-18 9' 12.45" C-8B2008-09-23 23:30:00A dusky red, glowing in the light pollution.
NGC 185N0h 39m 0s48 20' 0" C-8P2008-10-30 22:30:00A faint dwarf elliptical in a rich area of the Milky Way. It appeared granulated, but this was probably due to foreground stars.
NGC 6755N19h 7m 48s4 14' 0" C-8P2008-10-30 22:30:00 Faint, medium sized cluster, barely granulated, but in a rich region of the Milky Way. The brightest stars in it are 14 mv. It's a type X.
NGC 6790N19h 23m 12s1 31' 0" C-8P2008-10-30 22:30:00A faint blue green dot. The color was very pastel. This was found only using a finder chart
NGC 6888N20h 12m 0s38 21' 0" C-8P2008-10-30 22:30:00 I did not see the nebula. The field in which the nebula is situated is superb. Most of the stars are double! A region of double stars.
NGC 6905N20h 22m 24s20 7' 0" C-8P2008-10-30 22:30:00A faint, round nebula, brighter to the south. No color seen
NGC 7217N22h 7m 54s31 22' 0" C-8P2008-10-30 22:30:00 Stellar nucleus, bright envelope fading radially towards the edge of the galaxy. Mottling was seen at 183x.
H N 56D22h 14m 18.02s-21 4' 28.9" C-8P2008-10-30 22:30:00WDS: pa 112, sep: 5.2. K0 + F2, 2008. I saw a pair of K-G stars. A very pretty double, swept up while looking for NGC 7176. WDS data: 5.63 - 6.72mv, K0III+F2V, 112° pa, 5.2", 2008.
NGC 7377N22h 47m 48s-22 19' 0" C-8P2008-10-30 22:30:00A faint, fuzzy, out of focus "star". There was no other detail seen
NGC 7479N23h 4m 54s12 19' 0" C-8P2008-10-30 22:30:00A uniform, faint, streak in the sky. Barely mottled. Seeing poor in the constant breeze.
NGC 7793N23h 57m 48s-32 35' 0" C-8P2008-10-30 22:30:00 A large, faint blob, suprisingly faint. No Nucleus seen, or mottling. Very like Dryer's description: comet like. Not a great object, despite Burnham's endorsement.
NGC 7217N22h 7m 54s31 22' 0" C-8P2008-11-28 20:30:00 Like a hazy star with a faint halo. The sky was fairly cloudy at the time.
NGC 598N1h 33m 54s30 39' 0" C-8P2008-11-28 21:00:00The spiral arms of this galaxy were glimpsed for the first time.
NGC 891N2h 22m 36s42 21' 0" C-8P2008-11-28 21:00:00The dust lane was just seen with averted vision.
NGC 1275N3h 19m 48s41 31' 0" C-8P2008-11-28 21:00:00A faint, hazy star in a rich field. The spectacular active galaxy this is was not apparent with a state-of-the-art early 19th century telescope.
NGC 1952N5h 34m 30s22 1' 0" C-11P2008-11-28 21:00:00The delicate filagree strands of expanding gas were seen for the first time with the larger aperture.
STF 2944D22h 47m 50.14s-4 13' 44" C-8B2008-12-05 19:30:00A difficult pair, PA 315, sep 2.2. WDS data: 7.68 - 8.58mv, G4, 90° pa, 61.8", 2005.
STF 434ABD3h 43m 58.92s38 22' 25.59" C-8B2009-01-16 18:30:00An OK pair, A: orange, Burnham: white. WDS data: 7.80 - 8.28mv, K5III, 83° pa, 33.3", 2008.
STF 825ABD6h 1m 37.21s36 30' 55.69" C-8B2009-01-28 04:50:00An OK double, as advertised in the WDS WDS data: 7.90 - 9.08mv, A0, 147° pa, 7.9", 2008.
S 518D6h 24m 21.15s-16 13' 28.39" C-8B2009-01-28 04:50:00Lackluster, appears as advertised in the WDS. WDS data: 6.98 - 8.40mv, A6V, 88° pa, 16.5", 2010.
HJ 460D8h 52m 28.6s28 15' 33" C-8B2009-01-28 04:50:00A lackluster pair, near ρ Cnc. WDS data: 6.47 - 10.1mv, M3III, 335° pa, 43.7", 2003.
STF 1288D8h 52m 45.13s28 27' 29.2" C-8B2009-01-28 04:50:00A faint but pretty pair, 10.1 - 10.1 mv (wdc). Swept up while sweeping near iota cnc. WDS data: 10.16 - 10.17mv, G0, 259° pa, 7.9", 2005.
STF 369D3h 17m 11.45s40 28' 58.59" C-8B2009-02-16 20:00:00A superb double. WDS data: 6.83 - 7.72mv, B9VpSi, 29° pa, 3.4", 2010.
STF 653D5h 15m 24.38s32 41' 15" C-8B2009-02-16 20:00:00A bright, wide, somewhat lackluster pair. WDS data: 5.03 - 10.75mv, U, 322° pa, 181.4", 1998.
STF 1104ABD7h 29m 21.9s-14 59' 53.39" C-8B2009-02-16 20:00:00A difficult double, the primaries' disc is twice the size of the secondaries'. Both stars appear white. WDS data: 6.39 - 7.60mv, F7V, 32° pa, 1.8", 2009.
STF 929D6h 35m 22.03s37 42' 55.1" C-8B2009-02-17 20:00:00A nice pair in a starry field. WDS data: 7.35 - 8.44mv, G5, 24° pa, 5.9", 2007.
STF 957ABD6h 45m 10.02s30 49' 33.5" C-8B2009-02-17 20:00:00A difficult pair due to the faint secondary. This was best in the 12.5mm. WDS data: 7.45 - 9.40mv, A0, 89° pa, 3.9", 2008.
STF 785ABD5h 45m 55.39s25 54' 49.29" C-8B2009-02-22 20:00:00An OK pair. WDS data: 7.27 - 8.32mv, B9, 348° pa, 14.8", 2007.
STF 790D5h 46m 2.86s-4 16' 6.5" C-8B2009-02-22 20:00:00A lovely, unequal pair. WDS data: 6.43 - 8.98mv, U, 89° pa, 7.1", 2003.
STF 721A BCD5h 29m 33.51s3 8' 52" C-8B2009-02-23 20:00:00An OK, wide pair. The B5 star is not a brilliant blue. WDS data: 7.09 - 9.14mv, B5V, 149° pa, 25.7", 2010.
STF 1102D7h 30m 26.25s13 51' 54" C-8B2009-03-04 19:30:00An OK double, PA and Sep as reported by the WDS. WDS data: 7.36 - 13.9mv, F5, 77° pa, 21.1", 1997.
STF 1140D7h 48m 22.61s18 20' 12.39" C-8B2009-03-04 19:40:00A very nice pair, observed as the WDS reported it. WDS data: 7.01 - 8.65mv, K0III, 274° pa, 6.4", 2006.
STF 926ABD6h 31m 40.53s5 46' 8.79" C-8B2009-03-04 20:00:00An OK double, PA and sep as charted by the WDS WDS data: 7.23 - 8.62mv, A1p, 288° pa, 10.8", 2007.
AGC 1ABD6h 45m 8.91s-16 42' 58" C-8B2009-03-04 20:00:00AKA Sirius, Alpha CMj. The "pup" was perhaps glimpsed at PA 135, as a bulge in the 4-5 diffraction rings. WDS data: -1.46 - 8.5mv, A1Vm, 92° pa, 8.9", 2010.
STF 12D0h 14m 58.84s8 49' 15.5" C-8B2009-03-15 21:00:00An OK, unequal double, despite the bright moonlight. The primary seems slightly redder that secondary. WDS data: 6.06 - 7.51mv, A9VF3V, 147° pa, 11.5", 2010.
AG 49ABD2h 42m 21.3s38 37' 7.2" C-8B2009-03-15 21:00:00A swept up double. A:8.5mv, Burnham: 9.5mv, PA 350, sep 10. WDS data: 8.84 - 10.38mv, G5, 343° pa, 14.6", 2004.
HJ 3511D2h 35m 59.43s-21 24' 13.2" C-8B2009-03-17 20:30:00A lackluster double, at the position angle and separation in the WDS. WDS data: 7.17 - 8.66mv, G2III, 98° pa, 14.7", 1998.
STF 301D2h 47m 38.75s53 56' 35.79" C-8B2009-03-17 20:30:00A somewhat lackluster double, but badly seen due to the observatory's zenith blockage. WDS data: 7.85 - 8.70mv, A0, 16° pa, 8.3", 2007.
STF 331D3h 0m 52.18s52 21' 6.5" C-8B2009-03-17 20:30:00A splendid, wide, somewhat unequal double. WDS data: 5.21 - 6.17mv, B7VB9V, 84° pa, 12.3", 2009.
V0410 PerV3h 13m 37.79s47 49' 40.54" C-8B2009-03-17 20:30:00A dusky, red star of about 9.2 mv.
STF 369D3h 17m 11.45s40 28' 58.59" C-8B2009-03-17 20:30:00An exquisite pair in PA 40. WDS data: 6.83 - 7.72mv, B9VpSi, 29° pa, 3.4", 2010.
STF 391D3h 29m 13.74s45 2' 57.5" C-8B2009-03-17 20:30:00A pretty nice, almost equal double in PA 100. WDS data: 7.60 - 8.32mv, B2IV, 96° pa, 4.0", 2007.
STF 425D3h 40m 7.23s34 6' 59" C-8B2009-03-17 20:30:00A swept up double. I saw a pair of 8.5 mv white stars in PA 65 and 2" sep, WDS: 7.5, 7.6, PA 62, Sep: 3.4. WDS data: 7.52 - 7.60mv, F9V, 62° pa, 2.0", 2009.
STF 528ABD4h 22m 34.93s25 37' 45.5" C-8B2009-03-17 20:30:00An OK double. A is yellow white, B, brown yellow. WDS data: 5.37 - 8.54mv, B9VnnF8V, 20° pa, 20.2", 2009.
STF 534ABD4h 23m 59.76s24 18' 3.69" C-8B2009-03-17 20:30:00A wide, dull pair. WDS data: 6.36 - 7.94mv, B3VA1V, 291° pa, 29.0", 2010.
STF 550ABD4h 32m 1.83s53 54' 39" C-8B2009-03-21 21:00:00A nice pair of white stars. PA 350, sep 12. WDS data: 5.78 - 6.82mv, B0III, 308° pa, 10.3", 2009.
STF 331D3h 0m 52.18s52 21' 6.5" C-8B2009-03-22 20:30:00A lovely pair, pale yellow and pale blue. PA about 95. WDS data: 5.21 - 6.17mv, B7VB9V, 84° pa, 12.3", 2009.
STF 534ABD4h 23m 59.76s24 18' 3.69" C-8B2009-03-22 21:00:00An OK pair, WDS data seems accurate. WDS data: 6.36 - 7.94mv, B3VA1V, 291° pa, 29.0", 2010.
R OriV4h 59m 0.83s8 7' 58.98" C-8B2009-03-22 21:00:00Fainter than 12 mv.
STF 653D5h 15m 24.38s32 41' 15" C-8B2009-03-22 21:00:00An OK pair, A: yellow and Burnham: blue-white. WDS data: 5.03 - 10.75mv, U, 322° pa, 181.4", 1998.
STF 982D6h 54m 38.58s13 10' 40" C-8B2009-03-22 21:00:00A lovely, unequal double. A: yellow, Burnham: orange. PA about 135, sep about 8. WDS data: 4.75 - 10.3mv, F0Vp, 328° pa, 118.4", 1999.
STF 1273AB CD8h 46m 46.65s6 25' 8" C-8B2009-03-22 21:00:00A tight, difficult pair. The primary appears to be and F or G star. PA about 300. It looked best with the 12.5mm. WDS data: 3.49 - 6.66mv, F8V, 305° pa, 2.8", 2009.
NGC 2194N6h 13m 48s12 48' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A very loose, dull cluster.
NGC 2259N6h 38m 36s10 53' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A small, faint cluster of a few 11.5 mv stars and a cloud of around 50 14mv stars.
NGC 2362N7h 18m 48s-24 57' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A lovely grouping of around 20 bright (10 mv or brighter), blue, stars with a 7th mv star in the center.
NGC 2440N7h 41m 54s-18 13' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00 Like a fuzzy, our of focus star at low power (115x, 30mm) but mottled at high power (246x, 12.5), with a hint of a central star. An interesting object. Burnham reports the central star is 16th mv, so I probably didn't see it.
NGC 2537N8h 13m 12s46 0' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A faint, round smudge. A few of the brightest stars were glimpsed. No! This is a very mottled Sd spiral! Those "stars" were HII regions.
NGC 2683N8h 52m 42s33 25' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A wonderful edge on Sc, large, a bit mottled with no obvious dust lane. Burnham lists this as an Sb.
NGC 2681N8h 53m 30s51 19' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A faint, round haze surrounding a bright, compact, nucleus at low power (115x, 30mm). With the 12.5, the haze almost vanishes and the nucleus appears starlike. A Seyfert? (Almost, it's a "liner". They look the same.)
NGC 2775N9h 10m 18s7 2' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A bright, lackluster E0-E2. (Burnham lists this as an Sa).
NGC 2784N9h 12m 18s-24 10' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00Bright, with a round nucleus and an elliptical envelope. No mottling was seen So or Sa? (Burnham: E8 or So).
NGC 3166N10h 13m 48s3 26' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00E0 or Sa (Burnham: Sa)? Next to NGC 3169.
NGC 3169N10h 14m 12s3 28' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00Looks like an Sa (Burnham: Sb). Near 3166.
NGC 3184N10h 18m 18s41 25' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A large, face on Sc with a small, faint nucleus. (Burnham: Sc)
NGC 3198N10h 19m 54s45 33' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A faint, mottled, smudge. (Burnham: edge on Sc)
NGC 3310N10h 38m 42s53 30' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00This looks more like a planetary nebula than a galaxy. An E0? (Burnham: Sc/Irregular, Wikisky: The central regions of a face on Sc.)
NGC 3344N10h 43m 30s24 55' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A large, lovely, face on Sc. Several bright stars close by.
NGC 3607N11h 16m 54s18 3' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00With N 3608, a couple of bright spots.
NGC 3608N11h 17m 0s18 9' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00With N 3607, a couple of bright spots.
NGC 4038N12h 1m 54s-18 52' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00With 4039, the "antenna" galaxies in Corvus. No sign of the faint "antenna", but the galaxies themselves showed a wealth of mottled detail, and looked much like their pictures.
NGC 4039N12h 1m 54s-18 53' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00With 4039, the "antenna" galaxies in Corvus. No sign of the faint "antenna", but the galaxies themselves showed a wealth of mottled detail, and looked much like their pictures.
NGC 4111N12h 7m 6s43 4' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00 A lovely little edge on. With a bright small nucleus and a hazy disk. Sb? (Burnham: S0)
NGC 4147N12h 10m 6s18 33' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A globular cluster, about 5 arc minutes in diameter. About 30 stars were glimpsed.
NGC 4151N12h 10m 30s39 24' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00An obvious Seyfert, with a bright, starlike nucleus. NGC 4156 is just NE of 4151.
NGC 4156N12h 10m 48s39 28' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A faint galaxy NE of NGC 4156.
NGC 4192N12h 13m 48s14 54' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00 This looks like an edge on Sc (Burnham: Sb), with a faint elongated disc and a bright round nucleus. It's best at low power (72x, 56mm), becoming diffuse in the 18mm.
IC 3061N12h 15m 6s14 2' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A faint smudge 10' NW of N 4212.
NGC 4212N12h 15m 42s13 54' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A faint, elongated galaxy, looks like an Sc (Burnham: Sc), with a rather faint nucleus. The very faint galaxy IC 3016 is 10' NW.
NGC 4278N12h 20m 6s29 17' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A small galaxy with a very bright nucleus. N 4283 is around 5' NE of N 4278
NGC 4283N12h 20m 18s29 19' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A faint galaxy NE of NGC 4278. Both are ellipticals.
NGC 4382N12h 25m 24s18 11' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00AKA M85. M85 is a tilted spiral with a mottled disc. Looks like an Sc. (Burnham: S0a). N 4394 is another spiral galaxy 3' E of M85.
NGC 4394N12h 25m 54s18 13' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A faint spiral just East of M 85.
NGC 4826N12h 56m 42s21 41' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00 The weird spiral with a dust cloud in its disk. It looked like its pictures with averted vision.
NGC 4889N13h 0m 6s27 58' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00 The brightest member of the Coma cluster. For the first time, I saw around 13 other members with averted vision. An awesome sight.
NGC 5005N13h 10m 54s37 3' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00 Bright, looks like a miniture M31.
NGC 5033N13h 13m 24s36 36' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A medium sized, somewhat faint edge on Sb.
NGC 5053N13h 16m 24s17 42' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A large, very faint globular cluster. Around 20 stars glimpsed with averted vision.
NGC 5170N13h 29m 48s-17 58' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A rather faint edge on Sc.
NGC 5194N13h 29m 54s47 12' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00Never seen it better! Spiral arms easily seen. Magnificent.
NGC 5248N13h 37m 30s8 53' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A large, faint elliptical haze surrounding a round, bright nucleus.
NGC 5363N13h 56m 6s5 15' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00An E4? The center of a cluster? There seems to be faint mottling to the SE of this galaxy. This is not a cluster center. It's a rare Ep. The mottling is NGC 5354.
NGC 5364N13h 56m 12s5 1' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A very faint mottling to the south of NGC 5053.
NGC 5746N14h 44m 54s1 57' 0" C-11P2009-04-17 22:30:00A faint edge on. Looks like a dusty Sc. Nucleus wasn't seen but the middle was a bit brighter than the edged. There is a hint of a sharp dust lane. Burnham classifies it as an Sb.
NGC 5457N14h 3m 12s54 21' 0" C-11P2009-04-18 22:30:00Faint, large, looks like it's Hubble pictures. Gorgeous.
NGC 6171N16h 32m 30s-13 3' 0" C-11P2009-04-18 22:30:00Faint, looks like its pictures
NGC 3631N11h 21m 0s53 10' 0" C-11LB2009-05-12 21:15:00A faint, face on Sc. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
H 3 96D11h 32m 16.4s-29 15' 39.7" C-11LB2009-05-12 21:15:00An exquisite pair, observed as the WDS reported it. WDS data: 5.64 - 5.73mv, F8VF8V, 210° pa, 9.4", 2007.
NGC 3953N11h 53m 48s52 20' 0" C-11LB2009-05-12 21:15:00A faint, uniform smudge. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 4826N12h 56m 42s21 41' 0" C-11LB2009-05-12 21:15:00Barely saw the dust cloud. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 3556N11h 11m 30s55 40' 0" C-11LB2009-05-12 22:15:00Not found!! The corrector plate was dewed.
NGC 3675N11h 26m 6s43 35' 0" C-11LB2009-05-12 22:15:00An elongated galaxy with a bright nucleus. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 3718N11h 32m 36s53 4' 0" C-11LB2009-05-12 22:15:00A small, bright galaxy. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 3718N11h 32m 36s53 4' 0" C-11LB2009-05-12 22:15:00A very faint smudge. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 3726N11h 33m 18s47 2' 0" C-11LB2009-05-12 22:15:00A faint patch, with very little detail visible. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 3838N11h 44m 12s57 57' 0" C-11LB2009-05-12 22:15:00 A very faint face on (Sc?) there was only a very small nucleus. Burnham: Sc. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 3983N11h 56m 24s23 53' 0" C-11Little Bennett2009-05-12 22:15:00 A faint smudge. Me: Barred spiral? Burnham: Sc. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 3992N11h 57m 36s53 23' 0" C-11LB2009-05-12 22:15:00Large, faint ellipse, with a small, bright nucleus. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 3998N11h 57m 54s55 27' 0" C-11LB2009-05-12 22:15:00 Small, with a bright nucleus. An E3? E2 or S0: Burnham. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 4051N12h 3m 12s44 32' 0" C-11LB2009-05-12 22:15:00A faint face on SC. Burnham: Sb/Sc. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 4088N12h 5m 36s50 33' 0" C-11LB2009-05-12 22:15:00A faint, elongated smudge. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
T HerV18h 9m 6.19s31 1' 11.52" C-8Little Tycho2009 6 14 0:34:14H1004786 T 2621-01072-1 A yellowish star of 9 mv.
STF 2497D19h 20m 1.09s5 35' 15.69" C-8B2009 7 4 0:30:3 Lackluster in tonight's steady, but washed out, hazy skies. 30" sep, 5° pa. WDS data: 7.73 - 8.49mv, G5, 357° pa, 30.1", 2010.
STT 318D16h 56m 39.66s14 8' 24.89" C-8Little Tycho2009 7 14 7:21:52Companion quite faint, lackluster. WDS data: 7.00 - 9.61mv, G9III, 242 pa, 2.8", 2009.
STF 1921D15h 12m 0s38 40' 12.4" C-8Little Tycho2009 8 1 21:50:50A lackluster pair, wide, pale yellow and blue. WDS data: 8.56 - 8.74mv, A2, 282 pa, 30.6", 2009.
S HerV16h 51m 53.74s14 56' 25.04" C-8B2009 8 14 21:02:0810.5 mv, very little color seen
NGC 6207N16h 43m 6s36 50' 0" C-8Little Tycho2009 8 14 21:12:20A ghost of a galaxy, a barely visible smudge in tonight's light polluted skies. Seen only with the aid of the finder chart.
STF 1872ABD14h 41m 0.83s57 57' 28.1" C-8Backyard2009 8 23 21:33:35A pretty pair, PA ~50. WDS data: 7.53 - 8.32mv, K0, 49 pa, 7.6", 2007.
STF 2104ABD16h 48m 41.47s35 55' 19.29" C-8Little Tycho2009 8 23 21:40:6A delightful, unequal pair, pa ~50 degrees. Yellow and white? WDS data: 7.49 - 8.78mv, F2, 21 pa, 5.9", 2006.
STF 2339AB CD18h 33m 45.61s17 43' 55" C-8Little Tycho2009 8 23 21:50:58A rather close double, it looked more like 2 arc seconds sep, not 2.9. PA: 275 deg. WDS data: 7.45 - 8.67mv, F6V, 277 pa, 1.6", 2010.
STF 2735D20h 55m 40.63s4 31' 57.69" C-8Little Tycho2009 8 23 22:22:46Not found! WDS data: 6.45 - 7.54mv, G6III-IV, 282 pa, 1.9", 2010.
STF 2863ABD22h 3m 47.44s64 37' 40.69" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 1 4:25:8A lovely pair of yellow stars. WDS data: 4.45 - 6.40mv, U, 275 pa, 8.0", 2010.
STF 2922ABD22h 35m 52.27s39 38' 3.6" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 1 4:30:57A nice pair, with several smaller stars close by, in a rich field. WDS data: 5.66 - 6.29mv, B2VeB5, 185 pa, 22.4", 2010.
STF 2998ABD23h 19m 6.66s-13 27' 30.79" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 1 4:36:25A yellow - brown(!) pair, at least in tonight's unsteady but clear seing. A nice pair. WDS data: 5.27 - 6.97mv, U, 352 pa, 12.3", 2010.
STF 2978D23h 7m 27.72s32 49' 31.29" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 1 4:51:45 A swept up double. 5mv - 7 mv, pa 140, 10" sep. 23h 9 m, + 33°, WDS: 6.35mv - 7.46mv, pa 148, sep 8.7" WDS data: 6.35 - 7.46mv, A3V, 145° pa, 8.2", 2010.
STF 1872ABD14h 41m 0.83s57 57' 28.1" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 2 21:58:416.5 - 8.0 mv, exquisite! pa 60 sep 10". 14h47m, +57.5°. WDS data: 7.53 - 8.32mv, K0, 49 pa, 7.6", 2007.
NGC 6287N17h 5m 12s-22 42' 0" C-11pinnacles2009 9 13 21:39:21A faint, loose, small GC, I managed to resolve about 20 stars.
NGC 6342N17h 21m 12s-19 35' 0" C-11pinnacles2009 9 13 21:44:46A rather small GC, the stars are faint, I only glimpsed ~4 of them. The center was fairly bright.
NGC 6402N17h 37m 36s-3 15' 0" C-11pinnacles2009 9 13 21:49:36AKA M 14. A large, bright, well resolved GC. I managed to glimpse ~100 stars, and 10-15 were plainly visible.
NGC 6401N17h 38m 36s-23 55' 0" C-11Pinnacles2009 9 13 21:56:8A faint cluster, very close to the horizon. Tonight's seeing is terrible, there is a wind gusting to 15mph. I could not resolve any stars. There is a 10mv foreground star (HD 160023) on the cluster's SE edge. It is unlikely I would have resolved it anyway, as the brightest stars come in at 16 mv.
NGC 6760N19h 11m 12s1 2' 0" C-11pinnacles2009 9 13 22:4:35A medium sized GC, stars faint, ~5-10 glimpsed, in a rich field of the milky way. The brightest stars are 15mv.
T AriV2h 48m 19.49s17 30' 38.95" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 19 2:32:17A mildly red orange star, of 8.6 mv.
STF 65D0h 52m 45.61s68 51' 59.29" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 19 2:49:42An exqusite pair of white stars, in 30 pa ~3" sep. A SUD, at 0h 52.5m, +68.5°, pa 40°, 15" sep, 9mv-9mv, both white was found. WDS data: 8.00 - 8.02mv, A2, 220 pa, 3.3", 2009.
AG 8D0h 53m 34.65s68 35' 8.3" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 19 2:49:42 A swept up double, found while hunting for STF_65. It was found at 0h 52.5m, +68.5°, pa 40°, 15" sep, 9mv-9mv, both white. A bit lackluster. WDS data: 9.77 - 9.79mv, A0, 35 pa, 17.4", 2010.
STN 3ABD0h 52m 12.81s-22 37' 2.1" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 19 3:16:4A very tight pair, 240 pa. Under an arc second sep. It was only split with the 5mm. It looked like a single star at lower powers. WDS data: 7.63 - 8.39mv, F8V, 243 pa, 2.0", 2009.
NGC 7654N23h 24m 12s61 35' 0" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 19 3:35:4A large cluster of around 40 stars, 9mv -12mv. There is an 8mv star in the SW corner of the cluster.
STF 1872ABD14h 41m 0.83s57 57' 28.1" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 21 20:37:53A lovely pair. PA 45. Sep ~10" WDS data: 7.53 - 8.32mv, K0, 49 pa, 7.6", 2007.
STF 1886ABD14h 51m 2.3s9 43' 25.19" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 21 20:43:34A lackluster double, the secondary is fairly faint. PA and seperation agreee with the WDS. WDS data: 7.61 - 9.73mv, K0, 225 pa, 7.7", 2005.
STF 1984ABD15h 51m 10.09s52 54' 25.2" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 21 20:50:15A pretty pair, pa and sep as per WDS. Primary brilliant white, secondary, hard to tell. WDS data: 6.89 - 8.94mv, A1V, 278 pa, 6.4", 2010.
STF 2079D16h 39m 36.32s23 0' 6.09" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 21 20:55:58A lovely, wide pair of white stars. PA ~95°, sep ~15". WDS data: 7.56 - 8.13mv, F0, 90 pa, 16.7", 2007.
STF 2104ABD16h 48m 41.47s35 55' 19.29" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 21 21:0:16A lovely pair, a bit faint, the primary looks brilliant white. PA ~ 5°, sep ~8". WDS data: 7.49 - 8.78mv, F2, 21 pa, 5.9", 2006.
STF 2218D17h 40m 18.06s63 40' 31.39" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 21 21:17:17A real challage to resolve! Looks closer than its listed 2.8 ". PA ~ 290°. Only split in the 5mm. WDS data: 7.08 - 8.37mv, F8V, 311 pa, 1.5", 2010.
STF 2273ABD17h 59m 13.71s64 8' 33.09" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 21 21:29:7An OK. wide, pair of white stars. 20" sep, 280° pa. WDS data: 7.31 - 7.63mv, F4V+F5V, 283° pa, 21.3", 2010.
STF 2445ABD19h 4m 38.5s23 19' 45.49" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 21 21:44:19A wide, OK pair in a star festooned field. WDS data: 7.25 - 8.57mv, B2Ve, 262 pa, 12.3", 2009.
STF 2671ABD20h 18m 24.75s55 23' 49.79" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 29 2:39:29A lovely, close pair of bright , white stars. 3: sep, 245° pa. WDS data: 6.01 - 7.51mv, A2Vs, 337° pa, 3.6", 2010.
STF 2816ACD21h 38m 57.61s57 29' 20.49" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 29 2:46:22A superb triple star. The primary is yellow, the companions, off white. Best in the 25mm. WDS data: 5.73 - 7.48mv, O6f, 120 pa, 11.8", 2010.
STF 2832ABD21h 49m 14.47s50 30' 54.2" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 29 3:1:28An OK pair, white, about equal in brightness. Pimary is blue white, secondary is pastel yellow. 15", 40° pa. WDS data: 7.77 - 8.32mv, B9IV, 213° pa, 13.3", 2004.
STT 451D21h 50m 58.1s61 36' 59.79" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 29 3:12:12A close unequal pair of white stars. 4" sep, 230° pa. WDS data: 7.74 - 8.61mv, A2, 218° pa, 2.0", 2006.
STF 2922ABD22h 35m 52.27s39 38' 3.6" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 29 3:22:27A lovely pair, if a bit wide, even thought it was obscured by the trees. Primary blue white, secondary blue. Sep 30, 190° pa WDS data: 5.66 - 6.29mv, B2VeB5, 185° pa, 22.4", 2010.
STF 3009ABD23h 24m 16.47s3 42' 56.09" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 29 3:30:52An OK pair. The primary is deep yellow, the secondary is quite faint, and it's difficult to tell its color. 10" sep, 225° pa. WDS data: 6.87 - 8.76mv, K2III, 230° pa, 6.8", 2010.
STF 3044D23h 52m 59.94s11 55' 27.4" C-8Little Tycho2009 9 29 3:37:56A nice, wide pair. Primary is pale blue, secondary pale red. These colors are quite subtle. 20" sep, 285°. WDS data: 7.27 - 7.91mv, F0, 282° pa, 19.3", 2010.
STF 2266ABD18h 4m 21.86s3 29' 5" C-8Little Tycho2009 10 11 20:4:32A lackuster, unequal double, pa ~ 210, 15" sep. WDS data: 7.94 - 9.57mv, F5, 186 pa, 8.4", 2010.
STF 2382ABD18h 44m 20.33s39 40' 12.4" C-8Little Tycho2009 10 11 20:11:8The double double. Reconcile this with previous observaions. WDS data: 5.15 - 6.10mv, A4VF1V, 346 pa, 2.2", 2010.
STF 2415D18h 54m 32.84s20 36' 55.09" C-8Little Tycho2009 10 11 20:17:32A close double, pa ~ 320°, ~2" sep. WDS data: 7.07 - 8.73mv, A0IV, 289 pa, 1.9", 2010.
STF 2446ABD19h 5m 47.7s6 32' 49.2" C-8Little Tycho2009 10 11 20:23:11A nice, unequal double, pa 150°, sep ~12". WDS data: 6.97 - 8.88mv, F5, 153 pa, 9.5", 2010.
STF 2654D20h 15m 10.63s-3 30' 12.9" C-8Little Tycho2009 10 11 20:28:0A lovly, somewhat unequal double, PA ~230°. sep ~15". WDS data: 6.96 - 8.14mv, F2VF4V, 233 pa, 14.3", 2010.
STF 2342ACD18h 35m 36.47s4 56' 9.79" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 8 20:36:24A dull double. Thrre are better "field doubles". Position angle and separation as reported by the WDS. WDS data: 6.46 - 9.63mv, U, 4 pa, 33.5", 2009.
STF 2420ABD18h 51m 12.01s59 23' 17.79" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 8 20:43:48A very unequal, wide double. I see ~ 315 pa and 60' sep. An OK pair. WDS data: 4.77 - 8.26mv, G7III-IV, 318 pa, 37.0", 2010.
STF 2603D19h 48m 10.34s70 16' 4.49" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 8 20:59:19A difficult double, not helped by being in the trees and not fully clearing the observatory dome. Position angle and separation as given by the WDS. WDS data: 4.01 - 6.87mv, G7IIIb, 19 pa, 3.0", 2010.
STF 2666ABD20h 18m 7s40 43' 55.6" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 8 21:9:34A close, but relativlely easy double. Pa and sep as reported by the WDS. WDS data: 5.80 - 8.24mv, O9V+B1.5V, 245 pa, 2.7", 2008.
STF 2671ABD20h 18m 24.75s55 23' 49.79" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 8 21:31:9An exquisite double. Pa and sep as in the WDS. WDS data: 6.01 - 7.51mv, A2Vs, 337 pa, 3.6", 2010.
STF 2687D20h 26m 23.47s56 38' 19.29" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 8 21:40:17A dull double. Position as given by the WDS. WDS data: 6.37 - 8.31mv, B9V, 117 pa, 26.2", 2010.
STF 2751D21h 2m 9s56 40' 11.1" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 8 22:8:42Not found WDS data: 6.23 - 6.89mv, B8III, 356 pa, 1.6", 2009.
R LyrV18h 55m 19.94s43 56' 39.15" C-11LBRP2009 11 15 19:56:22A bright yellow star with orange tinging.
STF 2668AB CD20h 20m 15.22s39 24' 11" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 20 21:40:31A lackluser binary, companion faint and a bit hard to see. WDS data: 6.34 - 8.49mv, U, 280 pa, 3.2", 2010.
STF 2708ABD20h 38m 40.19s38 38' 6.3" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 20 21:54:42I see no companion at 8" and 1 degree PA. I do see another 8mv star at 50" and 34 degrees PA. WDS data: 6.83 - 8.67mv, G2V, 323 pa, 53.3", 2004.
STF 2816ACD21h 38m 57.61s57 29' 20.49" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 20 22:6:5A superb triple star. One of the best in the sky, rivaling Beta Mon. WDS data: 5.73 - 7.48mv, O6f, 120 pa, 11.8", 2010.
STF 2863ABD22h 3m 47.44s64 37' 40.69" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 20 22:11:53A lovely double, a brilliant yellow white primary and a white secondary with but a few dim stars around it. WDS data: 4.45 - 6.40mv, U, 275 pa, 8.0", 2010.
STF 2922ABD22h 35m 52.27s39 38' 3.6" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 20 22:22:6A very nice, medium wide double, PA and separation as given by the WDS catalog. WDS data: 5.66 - 6.29mv, B2VeB5, 185 pa, 22.4", 2010.
STF 2947ABD22h 49m 0.68s68 34' 12.19" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 20 22:32:19A superb pair of equally bright white stars. WDS data: 6.91 - 7.02mv, F4V, 55 pa, 4.5", 2010.
STF 2950ABD22h 51m 22.5s61 41' 47.9" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 20 22:41:51Star found, but no companion seen! WDS data: 6.03 - 7.08mv, U, 280 pa, 1.3", 2008.
HK LyrV18h 42m 50.36s36 57' 28.76" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 22 19:36:6A red-orange star of ~8mv. Not an ultra red, but passible
V LyrV19h 9m 4.42s29 39' 31.31" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 22 19:44:53Below 12.0mv.
KK SgeV19h 11m 17.27s17 51' 45.47" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 22 19:51:28Below 12.5 mv.
STF 2863ABD22h 3m 47.44s64 37' 40.69" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 22 20:23:28An exquisite, unequal double. WDS data: 4.45 - 6.40mv, U, 275 pa, 8.0", 2010.
STF 2671ABD20h 18m 24.75s55 23' 49.79" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 22 20:58:19Exquisite, unequal pair, best at high (400x) power. WDS data: 6.01 - 7.51mv, A2Vs, 337 pa, 3.6", 2010.
STF 2434A BCD19h 2m 44.38s-0 42' 40" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 28 19:25:40Lackluster pair. As per WDS. WDS data: 8.44 - 8.93mv, G5, 90 pa, 27.1", 2010.
NGC 6741N19h 2m 36s-0 27' 0" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 28 19:31:17Tiny, but bright enough to see in tonight's moonlit, light polluted skies, thanks to the finder chart and a well aligned telescope.
STF 2441ABD19h 2m 41.26s31 23' 58.5" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 28 19:37:10A nice, unequal pair. WDS data: 7.85 - 9.78mv, A3, 264 pa, 6.1", 2010.
STF 2446ABD19h 5m 47.7s6 32' 49.2" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 28 19:46:15An OK, unequal double. As per WDS. WDS data: 6.97 - 8.88mv, F5, 153 pa, 9.5", 2010.
STF 2534D19h 27m 40.63s36 31' 44.4" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 28 19:54:17A pretty pair. As per WDS. This might be better in dark skies. WDS data: 8.21 - 8.39mv, B9III, 63 pa, 6.9", 2010.
NGC 6741N19h 2m 36s-0 27' 0" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 28 20:14:56Found it via the finder chart. It does indeed look stellar!
STF 3044D23h 52m 59.94s11 55' 27.4" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 28 20:25:2A lovely, wide double. Both components white. WDS data: 7.27 - 7.91mv, F0, 282° pa, 19.3", 2010.
STF 39AB CD0h 34m 29.74s-4 32' 47" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 28 20:36:15A lackluster pairWDS data: 7.10 - 8.65mv, U, 44 pa, 19.9", 2008.
STF 362ABD3h 16m 17.36s60 2' 7.1" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 28 21:4:10A superb pair in a grand field. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.31 - 8.60mv, B3V, 142 pa, 7.2", 2005.
STF 8D0h 11m 35.21s-3 4' 40.9" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 28 21:14:34An OK unequal double. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.84 - 9.26mv, F8, 292 pa, 8.4", 2010.
STF 124D1h 26m 16.51s-13 53' 37" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 28 21:25:26An OK pair WDS data: 8.41 - 9.61mv, F5, 234 pa, 7.4", 2003.
STF 178D1h 52m 2.53s10 48' 38.09" C-8Little Tycho2009 11 28 21:33:36An exquisite, close pair of white stars in an empty field. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.22 - 8.20mv, F1V, 204 pa, 3.0", 2008.
khi CygV19h 50m 33.94s32 54' 49.48" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 1 20:23:23 An approximately 5.5mv. Yellow star.
X SgeV20h 5m 5.25s20 38' 49.98" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 1 20:29:59A red -gray star of 8.8mv, as measured wrt the star just north and west of it.
CT DelV20h 29m 26.35s9 53' 48.74" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 1 20:36:27A 7mv star, compared to the Tycho star 30' north of it. Pale yellow, which is surprising for and M7!
V CygV20h 41m 18.2s48 8' 28.15" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 1 20:45:57 A faint but very red star of ~10.5mv.
Y AqrV20h 44m 25.19s-4 50' 3.84" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 1 20:56:39Too faint for tonight's full moon light pollution.
STF 2480D19h 11m 45.03s26 14' 57.5" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 1 21:6:7Swept up double. The southernmost star of a pair of very wide doubles in Lyra. The wide doubles are not in the WDS. WDS data: 7.73 - 10.17mv, A9III, 23 pa, 15.0", 2007.
STF 2751D21h 2m 9s56 40' 11.1" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 1 21:6:7A very close double. Elongated in the 12.5, and barely split (during moments of good seeing) in the 5. PA ~ 310°. WDS data: 6.23 - 6.89mv, B8III, 356 pa, 1.6", 2009.
RV AqrV21h 5m 52.07s-0 12' 49.2" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 1 21:15:35Too faint to see, although located on the chart.
ES 817ABD21h 7m 13.35s47 44' 3.5" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 1 21:27:49Another non existant Espin. The star is correctly marked on the chart, but it's no double. Not even a hint of elongation in the 12.5, let alone a 11" companion. WDS data: 7.33 - 11.6mv, A2V, 351 pa, 10.1", 1999.
T CepV21h 9m 32.68s68 29' 27.58" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 1 21:40:17A pale pink star of ~8.5mv.
V0460 CygV21h 42m 0.9s35 30' 33.71" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 1 21:45:34A pale yellow orange star of fifth magnitude. There are no comparison stars nearby to make a more accurate estimate.
STF 2705ABD20h 37m 44.31s33 21' 59.4" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 3 20:50:16An OK, close double. PA ~280. ~3" sep. WDS data: 7.48 - 8.54mv, U, 261 pa, 3.4", 2009.
STF 2708ABD20h 38m 40.19s38 38' 6.3" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 3 20:57:22The star was found, but the companion was not! WDS data: 6.83 - 8.67mv, G2V, 323 pa, 53.3", 2004.
Y DelV20h 41m 39.11s11 52' 29.74" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 3 21:9:29Field found, but Y Del is too faint.
STF 2735D20h 55m 40.63s4 31' 57.69" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 3 21:23:43A close, difficult to resolve pair. WDS data: 6.45 - 7.54mv, G6III-IV, 282 pa, 1.9", 2010.
STF 2760ABD21h 6m 46.78s34 7' 56.2" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 3 21:33:57An exquisite pair in a rich field. PA 30°, 10". WDS data: 7.90 - 8.74mv, A4III, 32 pa, 4.5", 2010.
STF 2786D21h 19m 39.36s9 31' 30.29" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 3 21:40:19A close pair, but cleanly split. 2.5" sep, 195° pa. WDS data: 7.49 - 8.20mv, A3IV, 188° pa, 2.8", 2008.
V1070 CygV21h 22m 48.63s40 55' 56.14" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 3 21:45:49T3186-01231 A 7.0mv yellow star.
STF 2816ACD21h 38m 57.61s57 29' 20.49" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 3 21:57:12Superb triple. WDS data: 5.73 - 7.48mv, O6f, 120 pa, 11.8", 2010.
STF 2819D21h 40m 21.44s57 34' 53.7" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 3 21:59:31Nice, unequal pair, in same field as STF 2816. A superb sight! WDS data: 7.44 - 8.64mv, F5V, 59 pa, 12.7", 2003.
STF 2832ABD21h 49m 14.47s50 30' 54.2" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 3 22:6:52A pretty pair of white stars. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.77 - 8.32mv, B9IV, 213 pa, 13.3", 2004.
V CygV20h 41m 18.2s48 8' 28.15" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 9 20:18:2 Below 12mv.
U CygV20h 19m 36.35s47 53' 37.84" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 9 20:41:56 HD 193700 mv: 7.89 An 8.5mv star.
W CygV21h 36m 2.01s45 22' 25.98" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 9 20:50:10 HD 205939 mv: 6.2 A 6.1mv deep yellow star.
STF 2840ABD21h 52m 1.01s55 47' 48.29" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 9 20:54:31A splendid pair, even in tonight's horrible seing. WDS data: 5.64 - 6.42mv, B6IV-V, 197 pa, 17.8", 2010.
STF 2903D22h 21m 45.19s66 42' 22.6" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 9 21:17:52A nice, unequal pair, but not well seen in tonight's bad seeing. I saw a PA of ~100°. WDS data: 7.13 - 7.80mv, A7V+G0III, 96 pa, 4.2", 2008.
STF 2913D22h 30m 32.79s-8 6' 52.69" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 9 21:24:11A very nice pair. 325 pa, 8". WDS data: 7.78 - 8.60mv, F0V, 329 pa, 8.6", 2004.
SS PegV22h 33m 58.38s24 33' 46.57" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 9 21:29:38A 9.2mv star, as compared to the tycho star a bit west and a tiny bit north of it. It looked fairly pastel red, despite it's faintness.
STF 2935ABD22h 43m 3.39s-8 18' 41.2" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 9 21:38:24Not really split. Elongaeted in pa 310. Seeing tonight is terrible! WDS data: 6.79 - 7.88mv, A5V, 307 pa, 2.3", 2010.
STF 2988D23h 11m 59.55s-11 56' 0.9" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 9 21:45:4An elongated blob in tonight's bad seeing, probably stunning in good seeing. WDS data: 7.93 - 7.95mv, G8III, 98 pa, 3.6", 2008.
HJ 1470D20h 3m 39.49s38 19' 38.3" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 10 19:55:26Nice wide pair, with pastel blue and orange colors. In a field of wide doubles. A beautiful skyscape. WDS data: 7.40 - 9.23mv, M, 340 pa, 28.6", 2005.
STF 2732D20h 48m 42.73s51 54' 37.1" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 10 20:1:43A pretty, unequal pair. 5" sep, 80° pa. WDS data: 6.38 - 8.63mv, B8np, 72° pa, 4.2", 2005.
V1339 CygV21h 42m 8.24s45 45' 55.52" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 10 20:12:17A bright yellow star, the same color as Betelgeuse. ~6mv, brighter than anything else near it.
AG PegV21h 51m 1.97s12 37' 28.95" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 10 20:30:30A white star of ~8.7mv, as compared to the Tycho star just north and a bit east of it.
VV CepV21h 56m 39.17s63 37' 31.34" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 10 20:49:18An orange yellow 5.0mv star. There was no hint of a companion.
S LacV22h 29m 0.91s40 18' 54.51" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 10 20:58:1411mv star, too faint to see any color, a Tycho star was used for comparison.
STF 2950ABD22h 51m 22.5s61 41' 47.9" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 10 21:6:12The 11mv companion was seen but not the 7mv 5". WDS data: 6.03 - 7.08mv, U, 280 pa, 1.3", 2008.
R PegV23h 6m 39.01s10 32' 33.57" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 10 21:18:518.8mv pale orange star.
IW PegV23h 2m 7.56s10 36' 7.61" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 10 21:22:44Not visible.
TY AndV23h 14m 44.19s40 47' 40" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 10 21:28:13A 9.8mv, pastel brick red star.
STF 2998ABD23h 19m 6.66s-13 27' 30.79" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 10 21:32:15Exquisite unequal pair of yellow stars. WDS data: 5.27 - 6.97mv, U, 352 pa, 12.3", 2010.
HJ 3184D23h 20m 55.96s-18 32' 36.39" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 10 21:38:7A nice, unequal pair. WDS data: 7.29 - 8.39mv, G8IV, 281 pa, 5.2", 2010.
W PegV23h 19m 49.7s26 16' 42.91" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 10 21:42:107.8mv pale orange star.
S PegV23h 20m 32.88s8 55' 7.43" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 10 21:56:479.2mv pastel white orange star.
STF 2870D22h 8m 0.45s61 7' 22" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 10 22:6:51A swept up double seen as 7.5-9.5mv, 10", 260pa. WDS data: 8.85 - 9.64mv, B9, 270 pa, 5.5", 1999.
STF 3019D23h 30m 40.75s5 14' 58" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 10 22:6:51A rather nice pair of white stars. WDS data: 7.77 - 8.37mv, A8III, 185 pa, 10.8", 2003.
NGC 7789N23h 57m 0s56 44' 0" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 10 22:11:58A rich cluster of faint stars, not helped by the vignetting of the observatory dome.
Z PegV0h 0m 6.39s25 53' 12.14" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 10 22:17:20A 9.7mv pale orange white star.
R AndV0h 24m 2s38 34' 38" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 10 22:26:3A ruddy star of 10mv. In a larger telescope, I suspect it would appear more red.
T AqrV20h 49m 56.48s-5 8' 52.66" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 11 19:29:24Below 12mv, the limit in tonight's sky.
STF 2731ABD20h 49m 0.63s39 47' 29.89" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 11 20:37:39Field not found! WDS data: 7.65 - 9.59mv, B9IV, 86 pa, 4.1", 2008.
EP AqrV21h 46m 31.83s-2 12' 50.27" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 11 20:57:87mv pale orange star.
STF 2731ABD20h 49m 0.63s39 47' 29.89" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 11 21:3:33An OK unequal pair, white. WDS data: 7.65 - 9.59mv, B9IV, 86 pa, 4.1", 2008.
NGC 7331N22h 37m 6s34 25' 0" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 11 21:14:17A faint smudge, but distinctly elongated in pa 180°. Spindle shaped.
STF 2948D22h 49m 36.21s66 33' 13.8" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 11 21:23:45A nice, close, unequal pair of brilliant white stars. PA and sep as per the WDS. WDS data: 7.26 - 8.60mv, B6Vn, 4 pa, 2.7", 2007.
H 4 113D21h 2m 20.96s39 30' 32" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 11 21:33:7Nice pair, 6-8mv 18" 310pa WDS data: 6.62 - 9.49mv, K3II-III, 299 pa, 19.2", 2006.
STF 2993ABD23h 14m 7.47s-8 55' 27.59" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 11 21:33:7An OK wide pair WDS data: 7.60 - 8.17mv, F8VG2V, 176 pa, 24.9", 2006.
NGC 7606N23h 19m 6s-8 29' 0" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 11 21:45:4Barely seen, and then only with a precise finder chart. A nondescript smudge. That it was seen from here is amazing.
NGC 7585N23h 18m 0s-4 39' 0" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 11 21:52:33Not visible. The star just north was, AC2000 lists it as 11.25, but AC2000 magnitudes are usually a magnitude too faint.
U OriV5h 55m 49.26s20 10' 37.26" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 12 5:19:512mv red star. That color was seen in this faint a star was amazing.
STF 899D6h 22m 49.64s17 34' 27.29" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 12 5:51:21A close pair, cleanly split in the 5mm. Pa and sep. WDS data: 7.41 - 8.01mv, A0V, 18 pa, 2.1", 2009.
R LeoV9h 47m 33.6s11 25' 49.01" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 12 6:25:34 HD 84740 mv: 7.724 A 7.9mv star.
STF 1355D9h 27m 16.69s6 13' 59" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 12 6:33:9A lovely, but very close pair. Needs good seeing to split it. WDS data: 7.71 - 7.76mv, F7V, 353 pa, 1.8", 2009.
STF 1374ABD9h 41m 21.88s38 57' 1.9" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 12 6:40:29A nice unequal pair, quite close. Sep~ 3", pa 310°. WDS data: 7.28 - 8.65mv, G3IV, 309 pa, 2.8", 2007.
NGC 7793N23h 57m 48s-32 35' 0" C-8Pinnacles2009 12 16 19:8:37This galaxy was brighter than N 300, but still very diffuse. It was symmetric about it's center, which was not much brighter than the rest of the galaxy.
NGC 55N0h 14m 54s-39 11' 0" C-8Pinnacles2009 12 16 19:13:40A large, mottled streak in the sky.
NGC 253N0h 47m 36s-25 17' 0" C-11Pinnacles2009 12 16 19:16:44The HII regions of the galaxy looked like an embedded star cluster. Superb
NGC 157N0h 34m 48s-8 24' 0" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 16 19:18:37A bright, compact, elliptical smudge. Very nice.
NGC 300N0h 54m 54s-37 41' 0" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 16 19:20:58A faint, large, mottled, smudge, emeshed in a parallogram of foreground stars.
NGC 488N1h 21m 48s5 15' 0" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 16 19:27:0A uniform disc with a bright, Seyfert like nucleus. Lovely.
NGC 584N1h 31m 18s-6 52' 0" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 16 19:48:39This E4 looks like an unresolved globular cluster, which it is, of course, on a much larger scale.
NGC 1049N2h 39m 42s-34 17' 0" C-11Pinnacles2009 12 16 20:12:28Very faint! barely seen!
NGC 7541N23h 14m 42s4 32' 0" C-11Pinnacles2009 12 16 20:58:42A faint,spindke shaped smudge. No bright nucleus. Companion seen as well.
NGC 457N1h 19m 6s58 20' 0" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 18 20:23:22A grand cluster of ~80 stars, many of them appear to be double, and many are quite blue.
V CasV23h 11m 40.69s59 41' 59" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 22 20:26:0Below visibiliy. Location found on chart.
STF 3009ABD23h 24m 16.47s3 42' 56.09" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 22 20:31:15Very nice unequal double. 40 pa, 8 sep. Orange-yellow, dull white. WDS data: 6.87 - 8.76mv, K2III, 230 pa, 6.8", 2010.
H 2 24D23h 46m 0.85s-18 40' 42.09" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 22 20:46:52Superb pair of brilliant white stars. I see 140 PA, 8" sep, WDS sees 6.8". WDS data: 5.65 - 6.46mv, A9IVF2V, 137 pa, 6.8", 2010.
SV AndV0h 4m 20s40 6' 37" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 22 20:55:30Below 11.5mv
STF 269D2h 28m 11.72s29 52' 24.4" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 22 21:19:31A very close pair. I saw 1.5", 355 pa. WDS data: 7.59 - 8.97mv, G0, 345 pa, 1.6", 2008.
STF 292D2h 42m 29.48s40 15' 40.5" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 22 21:25:22Nice wide pair in a nice field. Just Northwest of 12 Per. WDS data: 7.56 - 8.23mv, B9, 212 pa, 23.1", 2007.
AC CetV0h 10m 58.09s-18 34' 20.47" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 22 21:36:46 An 8.0mv pale red orange star.
AD CetV0h 14m 27.44s-7 46' 50.14" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 22 21:42:15Looks like a 5.0mv Betelgeuse. There are no nearby comparison stars to verify this with.
STF 2893D22h 12m 52.76s73 18' 25.89" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 23 20:13:3A nice, wide pair with good color contrast. Yellow and blue white, not as strong as Albireo, but worth a look. WDS data: 6.19 - 7.91mv, U, 347 pa, 28.8", 2010.
GUI 36D21h 38m 58.88s57 29' 14" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 23 20:19:39A superb triple star, with STF 2819 in the field. WDS data: 7.48 - 7.53mv, U, 325 pa, 30.1", 2010.
STF 2922ABD22h 35m 52.27s39 38' 3.6" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 23 20:31:51A splendid pair of yellow white stars, with two other fainter companions, making a quadruple star. WDS data: 5.66 - 6.29mv, B2VeB5, 185 pa, 22.4", 2010.
HW PegV23h 33m 27.88s22 29' 56.16" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 23 20:39:17A 5mv M star, much like Betelgeuse.
STF 3053ABD0h 2m 36.08s66 5' 56.29" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 23 20:51:37A very nice pair. Pastel orange and blue, like Albireo, but a bit fainter. WDS data: 5.96 - 7.17mv, G9IIIA1V, 71 pa, 15.1", 2010.
UY AndV2h 38m 23.79s39 10' 10" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 23 21:9:42A gray-red star of 10.5mv.
NGC 1023N2h 40m 24s39 4' 0" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 23 21:16:32A bright galaxy, with a bright compact nuclueus. Seen despite a quarter moon and light pollution. A face on Sa?
TV PscV0h 28m 2.38s17 53' 35.03" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 23 22:23:45Like a 5mv Betelgeuse.
STF 47ABD0h 40m 19.78s24 3' 14" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 23 22:30:35An OK pair with a faint companion. The companion is as faint as the secondary. WDS data: 7.25 - 8.82mv, A4III, 205 pa, 17.0", 2010.
AI CetV0h 42m 1.13s-9 38' 51.63" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 23 22:44:0 A red-gray star of 9.4mv.
RW AndV0h 47m 19s32 41' 8" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 23 22:56:189.5mv grey-red star.
NGC 40N0h 13m 0s72 32' 0" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 27 20:19:10Even with a finder chart, tough to find, stellar. I could see no nebulosity, just a 11mv star. There was an 7.5mv SAO star 1 degree north of it that was undetected and had no Tycho or AC_2000 counterparts.
NGC 40N0h 13m 0s72 32' 0" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 29 19:44:13A 12mv star surrounded by a very faint 5" nebulous cloud. A real challange in urban skies. Mismarked on the finder chart.
STF 3031D23h 41m 11.46s6 15' 46" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 29 19:52:50A rather nice pair, parameters are reported by the WDS. WDS data: 7.80 - 8.58mv, F8, 310 pa, 14.2", 2003.
Z CygV20h 1m 27.02s50 2' 33.22" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 29 20:10:17A 10.2mv star. Pale red. A larger scope would have shown more color, I suspect.
NGC 6939N20h 31m 24s60 38' 0" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 29 20:21:29Not visible in tonight's moonlit, urban skies.
BH CamV5h 55m 1.67s64 58' 49.35" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 29 20:34:53 An 11 magnitude star with a hint of red, if seen at all. Not all stars in the finder chart had a match on the sky.
S CamV5h 41m 2.27s68 48' 5.38" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 29 20:49:52Not found. Star field questionable.
STF 485D4h 7m 51.38s62 19' 48" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 29 21:8:18Superb pair, part of N 1502. WDS data: 6.91 - 6.94mv, B0IIB0II, 305 pa, 17.9", 2010.
NGC 1502N4h 7m 42s62 20' 0" C-8Little Tycho2009 12 29 21:9:0Bright cluster of ~ 20 stars, most of them double, contains the brilliant pair Struve 485.
R CrBV15h 48m 34.38s28 9' 20.71" C-8Little Tycho2010-06-19 02:10:00Field found, but too faint to see.
STF 2872A BCD22h 8m 36.03s59 17' 22" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 6 20:0:44An exquisite pair. Wide, both stars brilliant white. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.14 - 7.98mv, B9.5V, 316 pa, 21.7", 2008.
R LacV22h 43m 15.44s42 22' 8.3" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 6 20:19:22Star field located. Below 12.0mv
STF 2902ABD22h 23m 34.01s45 20' 59.89" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 6 20:54:27A nice, unequal pair. Yellow - white. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.62 - 8.22mv, G5, 88 pa, 6.4", 2004.
STF 16D0h 16m 41.64s54 39' 36.49" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 6 21:4:3An OK unequal pair. WDS: 38 pa, I saw 45° pa. WDS data: 7.68 - 8.78mv, A3, 39 pa, 5.8", 2003.
STF 48ABD0h 42m 40s71 21' 57.3" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 6 21:11:57An exquisite, but close, pair of white stars. WDS: 334 pa, I saw 320° pa. WDS data: 7.80 - 8.05mv, ApSi, 334 pa, 5.4", 2010.
STF 2965D22h 55m 46.64s72 50' 35" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 10 19:55:42A lackluster pair but they show pa 221, I see 230. WDS data: 8.42 - 9.38mv, A0, 221 pa, 2.6", 2001.
STF 2995D23h 16m 35.23s-1 35' 11.39" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 10 20:9:49A very nice double in the center of a triangle of stars. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.20 - 8.61mv, G5, 32 pa, 5.1", 2010.
TU AndV0h 32m 22.69s26 1' 46" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 10 20:21:51A 10mv star with glimmerings of ruddiness.
STF 43D0h 36m 49.06s60 30' 56" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 10 20:28:37An OK pair, faint, but badly occluded by the dome. Better if seen at full aperture! WDS data: 9.00 - 9.45mv, B5, 167 pa, 4.7", 2005.
STF 774ABD5h 40m 45.52s-1 56' 33.3" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 10 21:18:282", pa 160, both stars appear yellow white. WDS data: 1.88 - 3.7mv, O9.7Ibe, 167.1° pa, 2.36", 2013.
STF 1001ABD7h 3m 5.5s54 10' 26.59" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 10 21:18:28Nice unequal pair. WDS data: 7.82 - 9.40mv, G0, 62 pa, 9.4", 2005.
R LynV7h 1m 18.39s55 19' 59.54" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 10 21:23:26Fainter than 12mv.
NGC 2403N7h 36m 54s65 36' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 10 21:46:37Faint but fairly large. Barely glimpsed in both the 24mm and 12.5mm. That I saw it at all is remarkable, but tonight's skies are fairly clear. This would be great in the 11" in dark skies.
NGC 581N1h 33m 12s60 42' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 10 21:56:11AKA M 103. A cluster of ~50 faint stars and 10 bright ones. A triangle of 9mv stars frames the cluster. Lovely.
STF 2845ABD21h 52m 20.95s63 6' 4.49" C-11Pinnacles2010 1 12 19:56:11A close pair, pa 170, 2", very close to the WDS. Both stars almost the same magnitude. WDS data: 8.07 - 8.20mv, B2V, 173 pa, 2.0", 2009.
STF 2873ABD21h 58m 13.53s82 52' 10.8" C-11Pinnacles2010 1 12 20:1:54A lackluster double, despite the brightness and similiarity in magnitude. WDS data: 7.00 - 7.47mv, F6IV-V, 67 pa, 13.8", 2010.
HJ 3565D3h 18m 41.13s-18 33' 35.2" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 13 22:14:58A nice, bright, unqual double. WDS data: 5.88 - 8.17mv, F0IV, 121 pa, 8.0", 2010.
STF 219D2h 10m 16.1s33 21' 55.19" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 14 19:26:0An OK double, 185pa, ~10" sep, close to WDS values. WDS data: 8.03 - 8.89mv, A0, 183 pa, 11.6", 2007.
HJ 2135D2h 22m 35.1s-17 3' 46.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 14 19:43:1Star found, but not split. It looked 11mv to me, confirmed by Tycho and AC_2000. WDS data: 9.0 - 9.0mv, U, 323 pa, 16.5", 2008.
B 1918D2h 24m 23.74s-18 9' 44.7" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 14 19:48:20Lackluster pair, as per WDS. WDS data: 8.93 - 9.82mv, G0, 117 pa, 5.4", 2007.
STF 273D2h 32m 2.88s18 22' 25.2" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 14 19:54:26A nice pair, almost equal in brightness, and alone in their 12.5mm field. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.56 - 9.12mv, F5, 359 pa, 7.2", 2007.
GZ PegV23h 9m 31.37s8 40' 36.52" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 14 20:5:11A 5mv yellow star, like a 60 watt tungsten light bulb. AKA STF 2982. As per WDS.
Z CasV23h 44m 30.91s56 34' 51.14" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 14 20:19:31Field found but star fainter than 12mv
T AndV0h 22m 23.19s26 59' 45" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 14 20:29:13Field found, below 12mv
AN CetV1h 14m 14.55s-2 10' 44.43" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 14 20:35:45 An 8mv pale orange star.
STF 419ABD3h 42m 45.19s69 50' 44.29" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 14 21:7:27An OK, swept up double WDS data: 7.76 - 7.81mv, A5IV, 74 pa, 2.9", 2008.
STF 2827A BCD21h 43m 54.07s63 36' 28" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 14 21:16:42A lackluster, swept up double WDS data: 8.79 - 9.46mv, A5, 199 pa, 5.9", 2010.
STF 162ABD1h 49m 15.46s47 53' 47.1" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 15 20:45:17A lackluster double, even if not suffering from 80% dome obscuration. As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.47 - 7.22mv, U, 199 pa, 1.8", 2010.
STF 958ABD6h 48m 12.28s55 42' 15.09" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 15 20:52:12A superb pair, even in these Pickering 5 skies. WDS data: 6.28 - 6.34mv, dF5°F6, 257 pa, 4.5", 2012.
STF 1062ABD7h 22m 52.06s55 16' 53.29" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 15 20:58:53A superb pair, as per one of the entries of the WDS. The pa 215 entry is spurious. WDS data: 5.76 - 6.71mv, B8VB9V, 316 pa, 14.7", 2010.
STT 84D4h 31m 4.08s6 47' 28.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 15 22:1:59An OK double WDS data: 7.23 - 8.11mv, K0IV, 253 pa, 9.4", 2002.
STF 572ABD4h 38m 29.57s26 56' 25.59" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 15 22:6:3A superb pair of equally bright white stars, 190 pa, 3.5 sep, WDS: 190° pa, 2.7" sep, 2010. WDS data: 7.36 - 7.21mv, F2VF2V, 190 pa, 4.2", 2010.
STF 548ABD4h 28m 51.97s30 21' 41.5" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 15 22:10:12A nice, unequal pair WDS data: 6.44 - 8.03mv, F7V, 36 pa, 14.8", 2010.
STF 748ACD5h 35m 15.81s-5 23' 14.29" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 18 17:20:23The Trapesium. Seen more times than I care to count. Absolutely the best in the sky. WDS data: 6.55 - 5.06mv, O7, 132 pa, 12.9", 2010.
STT 470D22h 20m 57.67s66 57' 54.5" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 18 19:44:39Lackluster, difficult pair, companion only seen with the 12.5, invisible in the 24 and 5. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.37 - 9.77mv, A7V, 352 pa, 4.3", 2003.
STFA 58D22h 29m 10.24s58 24' 54" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 18 19:53:48The famous Delta Cep. A lovely, but very wide pair WDS data: 4.21 - 6.11mv, B7V, 191 pa, 40.7", 2010.
H 4 31D22h 28m 25.95s58 25' 20" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 18 20:4:21A faint, wide pair, just west of Delta Cep. WDS data: 8.54 - 10.52mv, A0, 4 pa, 25.3", 2008.
STTA236D22h 36m 8.65s72 52' 51" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 18 20:10:5A wide, dull pair. WDS data: 7.56 - 8.42mv, F5, 137 pa, 42.2", 2010.
STFA 1D0h 46m 24.34s30 56' 33" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 18 20:15:48A nice, very wide pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.25 - 7.43mv, K1III, 47 pa, 47.2", 2010.
STF 59ABD0h 47m 59.02s51 26' 41.2" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 18 20:22:54A rather close double, I see 2.5" sep, and a PA of 160, WDS sees 2" and 148 pa. WDS data: 7.24 - 8.06mv, B9.5IV, 148 pa, 2.3", 2008.
HJ 2036D1h 19m 57.74s-15 48' 50.8" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 18 20:32:6A close, bright pair. I see 1.5", pa 340, WDS: 2", pa 339, 2010. WDS data: 7.40 - 7.61mv, G0IV, 339 pa, 2.2", 2010.
STF 435D3h 43m 6.52s25 40' 52.89" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 18 20:42:34A nice, unequal pair, just two degrees north of the Pleiades. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.20 - 8.87mv, F3V, 3 pa, 12.8", 2008.
SHJ 49ABD4h 58m 59.4s14 32' 35.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 18 20:54:11A wide OK triple star, two stars being fairly bright, at 7.5mv, and the third faint, at 9.5mv. As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.06 - 7.43mv, B7V, 306 pa, 39.9", 2011.
STF 623D4h 59m 53.75s27 19' 32.2" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 18 20:58:18A lackluster pair WDS data: 6.98 - 8.72mv, B7V+A0V, 207 pa, 21.2", 2010.
STF 811D5h 54m 15.97s30 29' 37.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 18 21:6:42A nice, unequal pair, with other, fainter pairs in the field as well. WDS data: 7.97 - 9.3mv, B5, 234 pa, 4.7", 2007.
BU 189ABD5h 20m 26.41s-5 22' 3.09" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 18 21:35:10Companion very faint WDS data: 6.4 - 9.8mv, B8III, 285 pa, 4.6", 2002.
U PerV1h 59m 34.17s54 49' 25.02" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 18 21:45:45A 7.6mv reddish star.
NGC 744N1h 58m 24s55 29' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 18 21:51:21Around 9 bright stars (9.5mv and below) and what appears to be nebulosity around them.
R AriV2h 16m 6.81s25 3' 28.48" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 19 19:26:19 Below 11.0mv, tonite's hazy sky limit.
STF 2946D22h 49m 41.44s40 30' 54.79" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 19 19:35:10A very nice pair of equal 8mv stars. Under clearer, darker, skies, this might well have rated an "exquisite" or "superb". As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.12 - 8.25mv, F8F8, 261 pa, 5.2", 2009.
STT 494D23h 20m 48.87s21 57' 45.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 19 20:25:1A very close pair. I see 2", WDS sees 3.4" sep. Both of us see an 83 pa. WDS data: 8.19 - 8.72mv, F0, 82 pa, 3.3", 2009.
STF 2917ABD22h 30m 35.56s53 31' 43.29" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 19 20:32:39An exquisite pair, I see 80 pa, WDS sees 72 pa. We agree on sep. WDS data: 8.28 - 8.56mv, F0IV, 71 pa, 4.6", 2009.
STF 10ABD0h 14m 49.32s62 50' 25.49" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 19 20:48:2An OK pair, as per the 2000 observation of the WDS. WDS data: 8.04 - 8.55mv, A2V, 176 pa, 17.6", 2010.
STF 212D2h 6m 14.96s25 6' 31" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 19 21:1:32A very close pair, I see 1", WDS sees 2" sep. WDS sees 161 pa, I see 170 pa. WDS data: 8.35 - 8.71mv, A1IV, 161 pa, 1.9", 2008.
STF 1122D7h 45m 52.46s65 9' 28.1" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 19 21:30:17A lovely wide pair of almost equally bright white stars. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.78 - 7.80mv, F2, 186 pa, 14.9", 2005.
R TriV2h 37m 1.84s34 15' 58.33" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 19 21:38:30A 10.3mv star, with a hint of red, even this faint.
RZ AriV2h 55m 48.32s18 19' 59" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 19 21:42:24A 5.8mv yellow star.
STF 1127ABD7h 47m 0.42s64 3' 7.3" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 22 20:6:19A triple star. Nice. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.02 - 8.45mv, A2, 340 pa, 5.4", 1999.
STT 499A BCD23h 33m 12.2s57 24' 28" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 27 21:14:26An OK pair, in a nice field. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.55 - 9.54mv, G5, 77 pa, 9.9", 2002.
HJ 1886D23h 29m 52.27s58 32' 54" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 27 21:36:12The 1.5" pair was not split and the 11" 13mv companion was missed in tonight's bright moonlight. 2.5' west of the star is a 4.7mv star that also was not split. 2' north of that is a 9.5mv pair around 4" at pa 80 or 260 d. 10' south of the 4.7mv is a third pair of 7.5-9.5mv, 10", 240 pa WDS data: 7.23 - 13.0mv, A1V, 338 pa, 26.4", 2008.
STF 3D0h 10m 3.18s46 23' 25.1" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 27 21:49:37Lackluster. As per the WDS. Webb calls this pair "Elegant"! WDS data: 7.84 - 9.08mv, A4V, 83 pa, 4.9", 2008.
STF 1321ABD9h 14m 22.79s52 41' 11.8" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 27 22:0:22A neat, wide pair of yellow stars. I see 102 pa, WDS sees 96. WDS data: 7.79 - 7.88mv, M0VM0V, 96 pa, 17.2", 2010.
STF 1315D9h 12m 45.93s61 40' 32.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 27 22:12:9A wide pair of white stars. WDS sees 27 pa, 2000, I see 35° pa. WDS data: 7.33 - 7.65mv, A3IV, 27 pa, 24.7", 2000.
HJ 1887D23h 29m 58.78s58 33' 58" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 27 23:6:57A faint pair of 9.5mv stars, about 10" sep, pa ~ 90°. WDS data: 10.59 - 11.1mv, U, 73 pa, 10.8", 2010.
STF 3022ABD23h 30m 52.02s58 24' 56.5" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 27 23:9:46A pair just below the bright, 5mv B star. See also HJ 1887. A beautiful field. WDS data: 8.34 - 9.94mv, Am, 227 pa, 20.4", 2010.
NGC 7788N23h 56m 42s61 24' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 28 21:9:57Entire field inconsistent with the sky. Not found.
STF 622D4h 58m 6.2s1 40' 31.6" C-8Little Tycho2010 1 28 21:24:7A difficult pair in tonight's unsteady skies. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.48 - 8.61mv, F5, 163 pa, 2.5", 2008.
STF 30ABD0h 27m 12.44s49 59' 8.6" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 8 19:49:36Lackluster pair WDS data: 6.96 - 8.92mv, B9III, 314 pa, 13.4", 2010.
GAL 353D3h 34m 56.38s-16 4' 6.4" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 8 20:19:21The star was located, but it's companion was not visible. WikiSky shows a companion at the WDS position! Recheck this one. WDS data: 9.18 - 12.0mv, U, 203 pa, 14.2", 2008.
RT EriV3h 34m 12.1s-16 9' 50.5" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 8 20:20:27A reddish 11mv star.
STF 941ABD6h 38m 40.75s41 34' 53.39" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 8 20:39:37A nice close pairWDS data: 7.25 - 8.17mv, B9, 83 pa, 1.9", 2007.
STF 1094D7h 27m 26s15 18' 59" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 8 20:48:20A close, exquisite pair of white stars. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.58 - 8.52mv, A0V, 97 pa, 2.5", 2008.
GAL 353D3h 34m 56.38s-16 4' 6.4" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 11 20:42:33The companion was glimpsed in tonight's light polluted skies. It's not 9mv. More like 11 or 12 mv. WDS data: 9.18 - 12.0mv, U, 203 pa, 14.2", 2008.
STF 268D2h 29m 24.96s55 32' 10.5" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 11 21:35:24An unequal double in a fine field. As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.72 - 8.50mv, A2pShell, 131 pa, 2.7", 2008.
STT 59D3h 40m 40.62s46 1' 24.1" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 11 21:44:55Very nice, almost equal pair. WDS saw 355pa, 2006, I see 350-355pa. Sep is 2.5". WDS data: 7.90 - 8.85mv, G5, 355 pa, 2.8", 2006.
HWE 13D6h 35m 50.82s-16 6' 9.9" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 11 21:54:40Field found. Star found. Companion not visible! Perhaps 11.1" is 1.1"? A WDS misprint? Confirmed on WikiSky. (2017 May update: Companion is 11.2mv.) WDS data: 7.38 - 7.51mv, B8/9III, 296 pa, 12.6", 1991.
BAS 5D5h 15m 24.41s32 41' 15" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 11 22:8:1This is the companion of STF 253. I did not split it. I did see another companion, of around 9.5mv in pa 20. WDS data: 7.88 - 8.1mv, A2, 110 pa, 2.0", 1999.
STF 994ABD6h 59m 27.19s37 5' 53.49" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 13 20:40:15A wide OK pair, faintly blue and white. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.88 - 8.14mv, B, 55 pa, 26.8", 2009.
NGC 663N1h 46m 0s61 15' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 13 21:6:11A large, loose cluster of around 20 stars, 8-11mv. Two nice pairs on either side of 10mv stars, around 5" sep.
NGC 654N1h 44m 6s61 53' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 13 21:13:47A faint cluster of stars, 10-12...mv. There is a 7.3mv foregound star in the field.
NGC 869N2h 19m 0s57 9' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 13 21:18:54One of the double clusters. Superb!
NGC 884N2h 22m 24s57 7' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 13 21:19:34One of the double clusters. Superb!
W CasV0h 54m 53.02s58 33' 52.59" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 14 20:12:4A red star of 9.8mv. There are several faint doubles in the field.
NGC 404N1h 9m 24s35 43' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 14 20:19:42A faint, persistant smudge in tonight's clear, but snow lit sky. Need to revisit under darker skies.
U AndV1h 15m 29.69s40 43' 8" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 14 20:31:16Field was found, but the star was fainter than 12mv.
S PscV1h 17m 34.4s8 55' 54.07" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 14 20:46:14Field found, below 12mv
R CetV2h 26m 2.16s-0 10' 38.86" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 14 21:6:23A 7.0 mv yellow star. Brighter than the GCVS max mag.
HJ 1123D2h 41m 58.44s42 47' 30.6" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 14 21:23:37A nice pair in the middle of a lovely cluster, NGC 1039. WDS data: 8.39 - 8.46mv, B8III, 249 pa, 20.1", 2007.
STF 297ABD2h 45m 24.74s56 33' 49.29" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 14 21:29:40A nice pair of almost equally bright stars. WDS saw 278 pa, I see 290°. WDS data: 8.55 - 8.87mv, A0V, 278 pa, 15.9", 2007.
STF 315D2h 49m 19.89s-10 33' 2.19" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 14 21:37:56A close pair. WDS sees 2.5", I see 2" or less. WDS data: 8.10 - 8.90mv, G0, 164 pa, 1.4", 2010.
STF 312ABD2h 56m 11.31s72 53' 10.4" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 14 21:54:42I think I found the star, but it was not 4" sep. more like 1" or less, in pa 80°. WDS data: 8.16 - 8.92mv, G0, 43 pa, 1.9", 2006.
STT 23ABD1h 10m 7.56s51 44' 48.2" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 18 20:25:5An OK wide double. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.14 - 8.59mv, F8, 191 pa, 14.6", 2007.
V465 CasV1h 18m 13.14s57 48' 13.88" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 18 20:32:12A 7.7mv yellow star, with a tinge of orange.
AA CasV1h 19m 24.79s56 19' 48.16" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 18 20:55:55 An 8.5mv very pale red brown star.
STF 154D1h 45m 2.5s43 42' 22.79" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 19 21:3:32An exquisite pair of almost equally bright white stars. I see 135 PA, WDS (2004) sees 127°. WDS data: 8.56 - 8.78mv, F0, 127 pa, 5.2", 2004.
STF 182ABD1h 56m 23.56s61 16' 52" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 19 21:15:53A superb pair of 8mv white stars. I see 140 pa, WDS (2006) sees 123° pa. WDS data: 8.31 - 8.35mv, B7V, 124 pa, 3.6", 2006.
RR PerV2h 28m 28.63s51 16' 21.96" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 19 21:38:10Field found, but fainter than 11.5mv.
UX AndV2h 33m 28.79s45 39' 16" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 19 21:42:30A pale reddish 8.0mv star.
ARG 9D2h 47m 0.21s50 7' 27.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 19 21:55:19A very nice close pair, I see pa 165°, WDS sees 150°. WDS data: 8.86 - 9.05mv, F8, 150 pa, 2.6", 2006.
X CetV3h 19m 25.63s-1 3' 53.41" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 19 22:9:8A white, 10mv star.
STF 379D3h 22m 51.83s29 49' 6.3" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 19 22:13:2An exquisite pair of white stars WDS data: 8.59 - 8.80mv, A2, 101 pa, 10.4", 2004.
STF 981D6h 55m 28.54s30 9' 42.3" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 19 22:44:12A very close double 1", pa 300°, WDS sees 123 and 3.4". I'm 180° off, the stars are so close in brightness! WDS data: 8.72 - 8.97mv, G0, 123 pa, 1.2", 2008.
NGC 2129N6h 1m 0s23 18' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 20 21:16:46Three bright stars, with a backgound haze of much fainter ones.
STF 851D6h 8m 4.42s3 17' 23.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 20 21:34:21A faint, close pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.88 - 9.47mv, A0, 33 pa, 2.9", 2008.
STF 854D6h 8m 32.07s5 48' 1.19" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 20 21:41:46An OK pair. The companion looked fairly faint in tonight's moonwashed, hazy skies. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.81 - 9.78mv, A2, 321 pa, 5.5", 2009.
NGC 2215N6h 21m 0s-7 17' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 20 21:56:45A scattering of around 10 8-10.5mv stars with about 25 fainter ones misting around them.
V627 MonV6h 26m 47.53s-7 54' 52.42" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 20 22:10:24An 11.5mv star, no color seen. Much fainter than its GCVS listed faintest magnitude.
STF 914D6h 26m 44.84s-7 30' 43" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 20 22:13:47A lackluster, wide pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.32 - 9.25mv, A0Vn, 299 pa, 21.1", 2010.
S LepV6h 5m 45.62s-24 11' 39.17" C-8Little Tycho2010 2 20 22:18:2A yellow orange star of ~6.5mv. There are no good comparison stars nearby, so the brightness is a guess.
VW GemV6h 42m 8.69s31 27' 24.66" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 6 21:14:39 C1: C2: Very pale red, 7.8mv, brighter than the GCVS maximum.
NGC 2841N9h 22m 0s50 58' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 6 21:43:32A superb galaxy, the nucleus was round, and brightest in the middle. The halo was vaguely elongated in pa 130°. Sb?
RT UMaV9h 18m 25.35s51 24' 8.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 6 21:46:5A pale yellow(!) star of 8.2 or 8.3mv, again brighter than the GCVS max.
S CMiV7h 32m 43.18s8 19' 11.45" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 6 22:7:16As bright as a 9.8mv Tycho star. Pale red in color.
W CncV9h 9m 53.52s25 14' 56.12" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 6 22:19:0A 7.2mv star, light yellow in color. Doesn't look like an M, but it was in the right place.
R LeoV9h 47m 33.6s11 25' 49.01" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 6 22:41:4 TYC 831-1041-1 mv: 9.193 TYC 831-1223-1 mv:9.863 A 10.5 mv star. Red, but fantly so.
R LMiV9h 45m 34.58s34 30' 46.62" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 6 22:47:17A red orange 8.3mv star.
T CncV8h 56m 40.33s19 51' 0.71" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 6 22:53:41A firey red brown orange star of 7.7mv
S HyaV8h 53m 34.03s3 4' 9.83" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 6 23:0:56A 9.2mv star, dusky yellow.
UX LynV9h 3m 47.61s38 44' 37.49" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 6 23:6:10Perhaps the whitest M6 star I've ever seen, 6.6mv.
STF 374D3h 24m 14.96s67 27' 18.59" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 8 20:41:4A nice pair, pa 315°, sep ~10". WDS data: 7.80 - 8.99mv, F8, 296 pa, 11.1", 1999.
STF 389ABD3h 30m 10.92s59 21' 57.8" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 8 20:46:16A close pair of unequal white stars I see 80 pa, and 2.5" sep. WDS data: 6.42 - 7.89mv, A2V, 71 pa, 2.6", 2007.
S 473D5h 17m 35.49s-15 13' 10.49" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 8 20:58:18A wide, dull pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.96 - 8.46mv, B9.5V, 306 pa, 20.7", 2007.
STF 533ABD4h 24m 24.84s34 18' 53.09" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 8 21:5:18A nice pair in a star strewn field. Pa 70°, sep ~20". WDS data: 7.30 - 8.49mv, B8V, 62 pa, 19.6", 2007.
RX LepV5h 11m 22.69s-11 50' 55" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 8 21:29:44A 6mv yellow star.
NGC 1857N5h 20m 12s39 21' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 8 21:38:30A cluster of faint stars, on the edge of visibility, with a bright yellow 7mv star in it's center.
NGC 1931N5h 31m 24s34 15' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 8 21:56:4This appears to be a faint (11mv) double surrounded by nebulosity. Confirmed, Burnam, WikiSky.
STF 349D3h 10m 50.29s63 47' 15.6" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 9 20:14:42A very nice pair, pa 325°. Sep ~ 10" WDS data: 7.92 - 8.59mv, F5V, 322 pa, 6.0", 1999.
STF 396ABD3h 33m 32.19s58 45' 55.29" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 9 20:19:19A nice, wide pair WDS data: 6.43 - 7.68mv, U, 244 pa, 20.4", 2007.
STF 1415ABD10h 17m 50.61s71 3' 38.89" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 9 20:26:0A very nice wide pair of white stars, in a sparse field. As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.65 - 7.27mv, A7m, 168 pa, 16.6", 2010.
KUI 50D10h 28m 3.87s48 47' 5.59" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 9 20:36:13A very close pair of white stars. I see 45 pa, 1" sep. WDS gives 21° pa and 4.5" sep, 2006. WDS data: 6.44 - 7.38mv, F9V, 21 pa, 3.6", 2006.
VY UMaV10h 45m 5.3s67 24' 45.84" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 9 20:45:6A star slightly redder than Betelgeuse, of 5.75mv.
R UMaV10h 44m 40.47s68 46' 35.55" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 9 20:46:44A yellow star of ~6mv.
VW UMaV10h 59m 3.33s69 59' 23.06" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 9 20:54:18A 7.2mv yellow star.
NGC 1960N5h 36m 6s34 8' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 9 20:57:48A large, cruxiform cluster with many stars that appear to be double.
SE 4D5h 34m 43.19s-4 23' 31" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 9 21:13:33Field found, star not found. Same as STF 743, seen previously. WDS data: 7.74 - 8.2mv, B5V, 297 pa, 10.9", 1859.
NGC 1501N4h 7m 0s60 55' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 16 22:3:26A unifom circular spot. No central star seen.
NGC 3689N11h 28m 12s25 40' 0" C-11LBRP2010 3 16 22:32:56A faint smudge.
NGC 3690N11h 28m 30s58 33' 0" C-11LBRP2010 3 16 22:38:31An elongated smudge, without a definite nucleus. Sc or SBb?
NGC 3642N11h 22m 18s59 5' 0" C-11LBRP2010 3 16 22:43:53A large, faint, spiral. Sc?
NGC 3610N11h 18m 24s58 47' 0" C-11LBRP2010 3 16 22:49:18Starlike, bright nucleus. Seyfert?
NGC 3613N11h 18m 36s58 0' 0" C-11LBRP2010 3 16 22:55:30A small, non descript smudge, with a tiny nucleus.
NGC 3626N11h 20m 6s18 21' 0" C-11LBRP2010 3 16 23:3:18A small nucleus with a faint halo around it. Sc?
NGC 3665N11h 24m 42s38 46' 0" C-11LBRP2010 3 16 23:9:33Bright nucleus, round halo. Face on Sb?
NGC 3681N11h 26m 30s16 52' 0" C-11LBRP2010 3 16 23:24:22A faint smudge.
NGC 1530N4h 23m 24s75 18' 0" C-11LBRP2010 3 17 21:3:11Finder chart field not found.
NGC 1569N4h 30m 48s64 51' 0" C-11LBRP2010 3 17 21:16:4An edge on with almost no nucleus. Elongated in pa 90, and mottled.
NGC 2022N5h 42m 6s9 5' 0" C-11LBRP2010 3 17 21:26:50An slightly oblong (as oblate as Jupiter) grey patch in the sky. About 30" across.
NGC 2438N7h 41m 48s-14 44' 0" C-11LBRP2010 3 17 21:32:7A small, bright, planetary on the edge of M 46.
NGC 2672N8h 49m 18s19 4' 0" C-11LBRP2010 3 17 21:52:28An elongated smudge, with little detail. The companion, N 2673, was not visible.
NGC 2655N8h 55m 36s78 13' 0" C-11LBRP2010 3 17 22:6:58A bright circular galaxy, looks like an E0.
NGC 2782N9h 14m 6s40 7' 0" C-11LBRP2010 3 17 22:19:58A face on Sb? Round, but not an elliptical.
NGC 2859N9h 24m 18s34 31' 0" C-11LBRP2010 3 17 23:7:26A small, round patch with a bright center.
NGC 3003N9h 48m 36s33 25' 0" C-11LBRP2010 3 17 23:36:2Not found. The small double star near the field center was found, but the galaxy was not.
NGC 2985N9h 50m 24s72 17' 0" C-11LBRP2010 3 17 23:43:56A bright center, surrounded by a unifom, faint disk. Seyfert?
STF 1276ABD8h 47m 11s11 9' 34.19" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 20 1:17:6A very nice pair of 8.5mv stars. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.32 - 8.56mv, A0, 353 pa, 12.5", 2007.
R GemV7h 7m 21.49s22 42' 19.29" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 20 1:27:39SAO 79072 SAO 79086 A 9.2mv reddish star.
STF 1027D7h 8m 46.73s16 54' 31.79" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 20 1:38:15An OK pair of stars in a rich field. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.47 - 8.69mv, K3III, 356 pa, 6.5", 2007.
BQ GemV7h 13m 22.29s16 9' 40.54" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 20 1:44:9 BS 45 Gem mv:5.44 A Betelgeuse colored star of 5.0mv.
NGC 4526N12h 34m 0s7 42' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 20 2:15:27There is a star about 1/6 of a field (12.5mm) south of the galaxy, not shown on my finder chart. WikiSky: It's 13.35mv.
TT CrvV12h 23m 18.86s-11 48' 44.1" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 20 2:42:43S 157272 A 6.2mv pale yellow star.
STF 1056D7h 15m 34.34s-1 51' 36.79" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 20 21:9:36A lovely, unequal pair in a rich field. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.04 - 8.88mv, G0, 300 pa, 4.0", 2007.
V GemV7h 23m 9.45s13 6' 15.78" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 20 21:20:42About 12.2mv. No color seen
NGC 2395N7h 27m 6s13 35' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 20 21:24:53In these light polluted skies, hardly seems a cluster. The field was found, but only the central star and hints of a few fainter ones close by were seen. Confirmed by WikiSky. Very few stars in this one, hardly a cluster.
R CncV8h 16m 33.96s11 43' 40.54" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 20 21:41:300802-01736-1 0802-01566-1 A 10.5mv star. No color seen
V CncV8h 21m 43.09s17 17' 12.22" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 20 21:52:11SAO 97758 1382-00052-1 A 10.0mv colorless star.
RV HyaV8h 39m 43.67s-9 35' 8.14" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 20 21:57:45SAO 136140 An 8.4mv pale brown star.
SCJ 8D7h 46m 15.67s13 43' 43.39" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 24 21:32:37An OK, somewhat faint, close unequal pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.71 - 9.48mv, A2, 25 pa, 2.3", 2008.
STF 1738D13h 23m 15.53s-14 55' 37.2" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 27 2:58:8A very fine pair of white stars WDS data: 8.64 - 8.73mv, F7V, 278 pa, 3.6", 2010.
TY DraV17h 37m 0.33s57 44' 22.11" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 27 3:23:17SAO 30512 SAO 30462 A 9.1 mv Betelgeuse colored star.
W BooV14h 43m 25.36s26 31' 37.71" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 27 3:46:23A 5mv yellow star. No nearby comparison stars.
R BooV14h 37m 11.77s26 44' 7.36" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 27 3:54:6SAO 83487 SAO 83431 An 8.1mv yellow orange star.
S CrBV15h 21m 23.88s31 22' 0.64" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 27 4:14:592563-00741-1 AC_2000 975970 A 12.0mv star.
STF 2368ABD18h 38m 51.26s52 20' 38.2" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 27 4:31:17An exquisite, very close pair of brilliant white stars. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.63 - 7.77mv, A3, 320 pa, 1.9", 2010.
STT 90ABD4h 54m 56.38s8 36' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 31 21:1:31A very close pair of white stars. WDS sees 2" sep, 340 pa (2007), I see 1"sep, 315° pa. WDS data: 7.04 - 9.00mv, A0, 340 pa, 1.8", 2007.
STF 780ABD5h 51m 1.1s65 45' 14.59" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 31 21:9:19A lovely double, made triple by a faint companion. As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.95 - 8.23mv, F8, 106 pa, 4.0", 2007.
STF 736D5h 37m 7.19s41 49' 41.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 31 21:14:40A nice, close double. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.45 - 8.57mv, F8, 360 pa, 2.6", 2009.
S OriV5h 29m 0.96s-4 41' 26.22" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 31 21:24:3SAO 132159 mv: 10.2 SAO 132159 mv: 10.2 A 10.0mv red star.
V636 MonV6h 25m 4.08s-9 7' 45.03" C-8Little Tycho2010 3 31 21:29:33SAO 133227 mv: 9.3 5364-00018-1 mv: 10.034 A 9.5mv red star.
UV CamV4h 5m 52.92s61 47' 48.31" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 1 20:35:24SAO 13011 mv: 7.5 SAO 13012 mv: 6.8 A 7.3mv star, yellow with red highlights. Not orange. Colored like 95 Her, but the main yellow color was deeper yellow.
NGC 1502N4h 7m 42s62 20' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 1 20:43:53A brilliant cluster of doubles, with a superb pair in the center.
STF 603ABD4h 54m 13.68s49 34' 52.29" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 1 20:54:11A lovely pair of white stars WDS data: 8.72 - 8.88mv, G0, 241 pa, 8.6", 2004.
STF 620D4h 58m 19.24s13 57' 11.19" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 1 20:58:24An OK pair. I see 245 pa, 4" sep, WDS: 238° pa, 3.6" sep. WDS data: 8.77 - 9.81mv, G0, 238 pa, 3.9", 2008.
NGC 1778N5h 8m 6s37 3' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 1 21:4:32A cluster of around 20 stars from 9 to 12.5mv, with a 10mv 10" pair near the center.
NV AurV5h 11m 19.48s52 52' 36.28" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 1 21:12:40The field was found, but the star was fainter than 12.0mv.
S UMaV12h 43m 57.16s61 5' 34.38" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 6 21:13:7SAO 15867 mv: 8.2 SAO 15875 mv: 9.0 A 9.0mv pale red star.
NGC 4605N12h 40m 0s61 37' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 6 21:21:38The very faintest of smudges against this fairly dark (for this light polluted sky) sky. Without the finder chart, I would have seen nothing.
T HyaV8h 55m 39.88s-9 8' 25.42" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 6 21:49:45443-00833-1 mv: 9.987 SAO 136391 mv: 8.7 A reddish 9.2mv star.
STT 195D8h 53m 57.79s8 25' 17.7" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 6 21:57:45A lovely pair of white stars. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.73 - 8.33mv, F8, 139 pa, 9.8", 2011.
ARG 72ABD8h 56m 49.68s-17 26' 0.19" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 6 22:5:31A lovely pair of white stars. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.23 - 7.40mv, F3/5V, 182 pa, 3.9", 2010.
BU 333ACD8h 1m 18.56s-22 20' 13.09" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 6 22:11:13A lackluster pair WDS data: 7.15 - 7.62mv, G0, 71 pa, 42.6", 1998.
WEI 14D7h 12m 48.15s15 10' 41.9" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 6 22:42:46A close pair, not split in tonight's horrible seeing. WDS data: 7.77 - 8.91mv, B9.5IV, 161 pa, 2.1", 2006.
SIN 62Aa D11h 4m 33.32s12 40' 1" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 6 23:19:6Star found, but not split. Companion less than 0.5". WDS data: 7.7 - 7.7mv, A0, 39 pa, 2.2", 1989.
IO HyaV10h 7m 32.01s-22 29' 20.05" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 6 23:25:46A bright, pale yellow star. Doesn't look like an M4 to me. No nearby comparison stars.
X HyaV9h 35m 30.32s-14 41' 27.32" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 9 21:4:145473-00909-1 mv: 11.17 AC_2000 2461217 mv: 11.76 A rather red 10.7mv star, adding about 0.5mv for Tycho and AC_2000 faintness.
NGC 2281N6h 49m 18s41 4' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 9 21:19:5A lovely, but somewhat sparse, cluster of 30 7-12 mv stars. There are three doubles in it.
NGC 3077N10h 3m 18s68 44' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 9 21:38:2A faint smudge in this light polluted sky, slightly brighter in the middle. Spiral? Sb? (E2/Ip, Burnham)
STF 1447D10h 33m 47.28s23 21' 2.4" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 9 21:52:19A lovely unequal pair. I saw 130 pa, WDS saw 125, 2009. WDS data: 7.52 - 8.88mv, A2, 125 pa, 4.4", 2009.
IQ HyaV9h 13m 31.82s-23 23' 27.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 9 22:22:346587-00927-1 mv: 11.152 SAO 177139 mv: 10.0 A 10.5mv star. No color seen. Much fainter than the GCVS claims.
NGC 5322N13h 49m 18s60 12' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 9 22:49:31A very faint smudge, hard to see in the 25, I did not see it in the 18.
U UMiV14h 17m 19.47s66 47' 39.7" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 9 22:58:334178-00280-1 mv: 11.177 4178-00245-1 mv: 10.622 A 10.8mv colorless star.
NGC 4697N12h 48m 36s-5 48' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 9 23:12:54A very faint patch, without much brightening towards the center. Hard to see in tonight's light polluted, partly cloudy sky.
NGC 2371N7h 25m 36s29 29' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 10 21:29:57A pair of faint blotches. WikiSky shows a complete ring. Interesting object.
NGC 2768N9h 11m 36s60 2' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 10 21:37:40A bright galaxy, with a stellar nucleus. E1? (E5: Burnham)
NGC 2903N9h 32m 12s21 30' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 10 21:48:012903 is a nice, tilted Sb or Sc? 2905 was not apparent. (2905 is a part of 2903).
NGC 3377N10h 47m 42s13 59' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 10 21:58:53Bright center, elongated envelope. Lovely galaxy. Spiral, Sb or Sc? (E5: Burnham!)
NGC 3338N10h 42m 6s13 45' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 10 22:9:46A faint, elongated smudge. No bright middle. (Sc/Sd: Burhnam)
NGC 3412N10h 50m 54s13 25' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 10 22:12:13An E5 elliptical? Bright nucleus, elongated envelope. (E5/S0: Burnham)
NGC 3489N11h 0m 18s13 54' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 10 22:14:58A very bright nucleus, surrounded by a faint, quite elongated envelope. Sc or Sb? Not much mottling in the disk. (E6/S0: Burhnam)
NGC 3486N11h 0m 24s28 58' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 10 22:18:59A faint, somewhat circular blob with a tiny nucleus. A face on Sc? (Sc: Burnham)
NGC 4490N12h 30m 36s41 38' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 10 22:24:43A bright, almost edge on Sc? Envelope mottled. A very interesting galaxy. (Sc: Burnham)
NGC 4494N12h 31m 24s25 47' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 10 22:28:11An elliptical or face on Sa. Bright nucleus, with a uniformly bright disk. (E1: Burnham)
NGC 4631N12h 42m 6s32 32' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 10 22:37:24A large, very elongated streak with what seemed to be sharply delinated edges. The left edge was quite bright. (Edge on Sc. Left edge was the nucleus.)
NGC 4636N12h 42m 48s2 41' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 10 23:57:20A bright elliptical. (E1, Burnham)
NGC 4753N12h 52m 24s-1 12' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 11 0:5:59Not found.
NGC 5866N15h 6m 30s55 46' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 11 0:11:42A bright galaxy, spiral, mottled, almost edge on. Not a bright nucleus. (Edge on with a dust lane. Overexposed by WikiSky)
NGC 5694N14h 39m 36s-26 32' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 11 0:21:52A very faint, small smudge, drowning in the southern "soup" of light pollution.
NGC 4699N12h 49m 0s-8 40' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 11 0:26:51Looks like a distant globular. Probably an E0. Bright. (Burnham: Sa/Sb, Looks like Sa to me on WikiSky.)
NGC 5195N13h 30m 0s47 16' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 11 0:27:46The companion of M51
NGC 4753N12h 52m 24s-1 12' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 14 21:0:35A very faint circular smudge. Sd? (Burnham, E1 or Irr)
NGC 4179N12h 12m 54s1 18' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 14 21:12:27A very faint star when viewed directly, a circular patch averted. E0? (Burnham: E8 / S0 edge on. The envelope was not visible)
NGC 3359N10h 46m 36s63 13' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 14 21:28:48A very faint elongated smudge. (Burhnam: a face on SBc)
NGC 3640N11h 21m 6s3 14' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 14 21:40:41A bright, small galaxy. (Burhnam: E2)
NGC 4414N12h 26m 24s31 13' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 14 21:45:2A bright galaxy. E0? (Burnham: an Sc!, confirmed by WikiSky)
NGC 4274N12h 19m 48s29 37' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 14 21:48:6A face on spiral? Sa or Sb? (Burnham: Sb. WikiSky: a round nucleus surrounded by an elliptical ring.)
NGC 4314N12h 22m 36s29 53' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 14 21:51:51A nice, elongated spiral. (Burnham: SBa, with faint arms)
NGC 4429N12h 27m 24s11 7' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 14 22:1:52Round central region, bright nucleus, elongated envelope. Sb? (Burhnam: S0/Sa)
NGC 4442N12h 28m 6s9 48' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 14 22:7:1A lovely tilted spiral. (Burnham: E5/S0)
NGC 4450N12h 28m 30s17 5' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 14 23:26:20A round envelope, with a bright mottled core. (Burnham: Sb)
NGC 4527N12h 34m 6s2 39' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 14 23:44:18A streak in the sky, brighter in the middle. (Burnham: N_4527)
STF 1600D12h 5m 34.41s51 55' 52.2" C-11LBRP2010 4 19 3:20:00A nice, unequal double. PA 90, WDS: 96. WDS data: 7.63 - 8.28mv, G8III, 93 pa, 7.9", 2007.
Z UMaV11h 56m 30.79s57 52' 17.15" C-11LBRP2010 4 19 3:41:23SAO 28192 mv: 8.4 SAO 28191 mv: 5.9 A 7mv star, yellow.
NGC 3963N11h 55m 0s58 30' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 19 3:44:54A slight brightening of the background sky. That it was seen at all attests to the darkness of tonight's sky.
NGC 3990N11h 57m 36s55 28' 0" C-11LBRP2010 4 19 4:1:51A very faint smudge. Dark night!
STF 1521D11h 15m 20.95s27 34' 15.6" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 20 1:15:43An exquisite pair of white stars, a bit unequal. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.66 - 8.06mv, A5, 97 pa, 3.7", 2007.
STF 1529D11h 19m 22.63s-1 39' 17.59" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 20 1:20:22A very nice pair of yellow stars. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.10 - 7.91mv, F6IVdG3, 254 pa, 9.5", 2010.
S VirV13h 33m 0.36s-7 11' 44.25" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 20 1:37:64972-00074-1 mv: 10.138 SAO 139412 mv: 9.0 A reddish 9.0mv star.
SW VirV13h 14m 4.34s-2 48' 26.83" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 20 1:43:5SAO 139227 mv: 7.8 An orange 7.6mv star.
R HyaV13h 29m 42.75s-23 16' 55.89" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 20 1:51:12SAO 181651 mv: 8.6 SAO 181689 mv: 9.1 A pale orange 8.7mv star.
STF 1476D10h 49m 17.3s-4 1' 23.8" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 20 2:8:47An elongated, white blob in tonight's bad, near the horizon, seeing. I saw pa ~20°, WDS: 16°, 2007. WDS data: 7.08 - 7.82mv, A2IV, 16 pa, 2.4", 2007.
STF 1931ABD15h 18m 41.97s10 25' 39.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 20 2:19:36An exquisite pair, white and blue. I see 160 pa, WDS: 166°, 2007. WDS data: 7.20 - 8.07mv, F7VG3V, 166 pa, 13.1", 2007.
BU 35ABD15h 42m 46.41s-16 0' 48.89" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 20 2:30:39An elongated, barely split blob in 105 pa. WDS sees 109. About 1.5". WDS data: 7.27 - 8.69mv, F7IV, 109 pa, 1.7", 2009.
Y LynV7h 28m 11.97s45 59' 34.56" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 23 22:23:57SAO 41783 mv: 6.8 SAO 41787 mv: 7.4 A pale rust colored star of 7.0mv
W LynV8h 16m 47.04s40 8' 0.91" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 23 22:35:172977-01812-1 mv: 10.507 2977-01774-1 mv: 11.162 An 11.1mv star, if the Tycho magnitudes are to be accepted, vaguely red.
STF 1346ABD9h 25m 37.87s54 0' 57.5" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 23 22:43:20A nice unequal pair, I see 320 pa, WDS: 314° pa, 2003 WDS data: 7.69 - 8.59mv, A2V, 314 pa, 5.7", 2003.
STF 1579AB CD11h 55m 5.74s46 28' 36" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 23 22:56:32A lovely triple star, I see 40 pa, WDS: 42°, 2009. WDS data: 6.68 - 8.32mv, U, 42 pa, 3.9", 2009.
TT UMaV9h 5m 15.51s60 17' 19.28" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 23 23:7:28SAO 14790 mv: 8.6 SAO 14765 mv: 7.7 An 8.6mv white star, with barely a hint of red.
STF 1431D10h 25m 35.11s8 46' 35.39" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 29 21:24:30A nice unequal pair WDS data: 7.76 - 9.07mv, A8III, 70 pa, 3.6", 2006.
WNO 18A BCD7h 3m 5.5s54 10' 26" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 29 21:40:43An OK pair, primary yellow, K or M? The WDS reports several very similar pairs here, I see but one. I suspect duplicate data. WDS data: 7.82 - 9.2mv, G0, 59 pa, 9.4", 2005.
STF 1088ABD7h 26m 2.41s14 6' 10.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 29 21:48:6A nice unequal pair, The WDS shows several pairs here, only one of which (in pa 190°) matches the sky. The star field here is quite pretty, festooned with star chains. WDS data: 7.38 - 9.37mv, A0V, 196 pa, 11.1", 2007.
STF 1137D7h 46m 35.35s4 7' 50.09" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 29 22:5:25A nice pair WDS data: 7.96 - 9.12mv, F5, 130 pa, 2.5", 2000.
STF 1149D7h 49m 29.79s3 13' 15.6" C-8Little Tycho2010 4 29 22:9:40A dull yellow, white pair WDS data: 7.81 - 9.19mv, G0, 41 pa, 21.7", 2003.
STF 1402ABD10h 4m 54.93s55 29' 16.49" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 1 0:14:55A lackluster pair. WDS data: 7.91 - 8.92mv, K5, 106 pa, 32.7", 2010.
NGC 3079N10h 2m 0s55 41' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 1 0:22:33The meerest smudge in tonight's washed out skies. Seen with the aid of a finder chart and perhaps averted imagination. . This would be much better in dark skies, with the C-11.
STF 1440D10h 29m 49.23s-3 54' 55.19" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 1 0:54:53The field was found, sort of. I couldn't find any star but 25 Sex. Not found. WDS data: 7.81 - 9.17mv, G0, 346 pa, 15.4", 2010.
STF 1812AB CD14h 12m 26.67s28 43' 2" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 1 1:30:15A lackluster pair. WDS data: 7.88 - 9.45mv, F2V, 109 pa, 14.3", 2008.
STF 2383D18h 44m 22.78s39 36' 45" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 1 1:33:5Epsilon Lyra, and part of a lovely quartet. WDS data: 5.25 - 5.38mv, A8VnF0Vn, 79 pa, 2.3", 2010.
STF 1544D11h 31m 18.57s59 42' 3.29" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 1 1:38:37An exquisite pair I see 92 pa, WDS saw 90°. WDS data: 7.33 - 8.02mv, A3Am, 91 pa, 12.3", 2009.
STF 1553D11h 36m 35.68s56 8' 7.29" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 1 1:44:35A superb pair Yellow white stars. WDS data: 7.73 - 8.17mv, G5, 166 pa, 6.2", 2007.
STF 1559D11h 38m 49.11s64 20' 49.39" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 1 1:54:17A close pair, I saw ~2", WDS: 2.5, I saw pa ~315°, WDS:323°. WDS data: 6.81 - 8.01mv, A5IV, 323 pa, 2.0", 2009.
STF 1565D11h 39m 36.5s18 59' 48.3" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 1 2:0:22A nice wide pair WDS data: 7.26 - 8.41mv, F4IV, 305 pa, 21.6", 2009.
NGC 5846N15h 6m 24s1 36' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 5 1:30:15A faint smudge, a bit brighter in the middle. Spiral? N_5850 was not visible.
STF 1510D11h 8m 0.05s52 49' 17.89" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 5 1:36:7A lovely pair WDS data: 7.65 - 9.03mv, F8V, 330 pa, 5.4", 2008.
STF 1603D12h 8m 7.07s55 27' 50.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 5 1:45:11An OK, wide pair. I see 88 pa, WDS: 84, 2008. WDS data: 7.82 - 8.26mv, F8VF9V, 84 pa, 21.7", 2008.
STF 1609ABD12h 11m 41.76s50 50' 15.79" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 5 1:49:18An OK, unequal pair. I see 200 pa, WDS: 205, 2003. WDS data: 7.98 - 9.55mv, F2, 205 pa, 10.9", 2003.
SS VirV12h 25m 13.61s0 46' 10.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 5 2:11:13SAO 138774 mv: 8.2 An approximately 6.5mv, coppery colored star. There are no bright comparison stars near!
U CVnV12h 47m 19.32s38 22' 31" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 5 2:22:273021-00309-1 mv: 11.11 3021-00777-1 mv: 12.202 A 12.2mv star with a hint of red in it.
RY DraV12h 56m 26.06s65 59' 37.96" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 5 2:29:59SAO 15941 mv: 5.3 SAO 15960 mv: 5.5 A ~6.5mv pale copper star.
CP VirV13h 56m 59.5s6 34' 26.27" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 5 2:35:280315-00619-1 mv: 9.454 A 9.5mv pale orange star.
V LeoV10h 0m 2.17s21 15' 50.14" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 15 21:19:431418-00842-1 mv: 10.019 1418-01110-1 mv: 10.718 A 10.2mv star with no color.
RT SexV10h 12m 19.24s-10 19' 14.66" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 15 21:27:8SAO 137423 mv: 8.6 SAO 137431 mv: 9.1 A very white star for an M6 star. About 8.8mv.
STF 1340ABD9h 22m 32.22s49 32' 41.4" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 15 21:48:26A very nice pair of white stars WDS data: 7.08 - 8.99mv, B9.5V, 319 pa, 6.2", 2005.
STF 1318D9h 13m 38.79s46 59' 25.3" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 15 21:53:25An OK pair WDS data: 7.85 - 9.51mv, F8V, 230 pa, 2.6", 2005.
STF 1362D9h 37m 56.17s73 4' 49.49" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 15 22:0:20A superb pair WDS data: 7.03 - 7.20mv, F1V+F2V, 125 pa, 4.9", 2007.
STF 1795D13h 58m 55.4s53 6' 23.19" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 15 22:14:49A bright white star with a faint companion. As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.91 - 9.83mv, A3IV-V, 2 pa, 7.9", 2007.
S LMiV9h 53m 43.89s34 55' 35" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 15 22:24:282505-00219-1 mv: 10.255 SAO 61742 mv: 7.0 A witish star of aound 9mv. The comparison stars have wildly differing scales, making them inaccuate. It's about 0.2mv brighter than the Tycho star.
RS CncV9h 10m 39.04s30 57' 53.14" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 15 22:30:23A bright yellow star with a touch of orange. The spectrum was interesting, showing dark bands and almost no blue. There were no nearby comparison stars.
BU 122D15h 39m 54.55s-19 46' 8.3" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 20 2:16:31A close pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.65 - 7.67mv, F5V, 228 pa, 1.9", 2009.
H 3 7D16h 5m 26.23s-19 48' 19" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 20 2:22:8A superb, bright pair. AKA Beta Sco. I see 20 pa. WDS data: 2.59 - 4.52mv, B0.5V+B2V, 20 pa, 13.5", 2010.
STF 2029D16h 13m 47.81s28 43' 55.9" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 20 2:29:31A nice, unequal pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.95 - 9.62mv, F4IV, 187 pa, 6.2", 2009.
SHJ 226AB CD16h 20m 30.58s-20 6' 51" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 20 2:35:25A superb pair, with SHJ 225 just west. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.62 - 8.33mv, A0, 20 pa, 12.8", 2002.
NGC 6539N18h 4m 48s-7 35' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 20 2:46:52Field found, not found.
H 2 19D16h 25m 35.11s-23 26' 49" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 20 2:54:0A splendid pair, I see pa 335, WDS sees 150? I do agree with 4", but subtract 180° from my 335° and we're close. WDS data: 5.07 - 5.74mv, B2IVB2V, 334 pa, 3.3", 2009.
RS CrBV15h 58m 30.9s36 1' 15.27" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 20 3:4:48SAO 65008 mv: 8.2 SAO 65002 mv: 7.3 A 7.5mv yellow orange star. I couldn't see much of a spectrum.
HJ 258D15h 56m 55.35s36 4' 32.3" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 20 3:10:44A faint, "field double". Not impressive. WDS data: 10.40 - 11.20mv, U, 254 pa, 16.6", 2000.
g HerV16h 28m 38.28s41 52' 51.37" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 20 3:23:30No nearby comparison stars for the ~5mv, deep yellow star. The spectrum showed no blue, but red and green with molecular bands. Quite pretty.
NGC 4125N12h 8m 6s65 11' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 31 0:39:59A meer smudge in tonight's moonwashed sky.
STF 1636D12h 22m 32.13s5 18' 20.1" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 31 0:47:33An OK pair, yellow and orange. PA 340. WDS: 328. WDS data: 6.53 - 9.31mv, F8V, 340 pa, 21.4", 2007.
STF 1772ABD13h 40m 40.5s19 57' 20.39" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 31 0:55:21An unequal pair, with the secondary swamped by the light of the primary. I see 130 pa, WDS sees 133°, 2000. WDS data: 5.76 - 9.60mv, A1V, 133 pa, 4.6", 2008.
BU 39ABD16h 7m 36.41s-12 44' 43.4" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 31 1:12:46The primary swamps the secondary. As per the WDS. WDS data: 5.77 - 9.77mv, B9.5Vnn, 263 pa, 2.8", 1998.
RT VirV13h 2m 37.78s5 11' 7.05" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 31 1:30:49SAO 119748 mv: 8.8 SAO 119743 mv: 8.8 A fairly red star, 8.8mv. Spectrum red, with a touch of green. Hard to see, the star is faint.
R CVnV13h 48m 57.23s39 32' 31.67" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 31 1:45:543027-00174-1 mv: 9.932 SAO 63775 mv: 9.0 A pale, reddish star of 9.0mv.
R CrBV15h 48m 34.38s28 9' 20.71" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 31 2:1:282039-00951-1 mv: 10.258 2039-01403-1 mv: 10.814 R is too faint to see.
TT CrBV15h 48m 31.52s28 16' 48.54" C-8Little Tycho2010 5 31 2:3:12039-01403-1 mv: 10.814 2039-00951-1 mv: 10.258 A 10.8mv star.
NGC 3516N11h 6m 48s72 34' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 2 21:52:22A very faint smudge in these light polluted skies. The nucleus, once found, was small, and bright in averted vision. E0?
STF 1349D9h 31m 9.88s67 32' 28.4" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 2 21:59:27A dull pair WDS data: 7.54 - 8.98mv, A3V, 166 pa, 19.2", 2005.
STF 1782D13h 45m 6.87s18 22' 4" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 2 22:5:2A dull double, I see 182 pa, WDS: 186. WDS data: 7.98 - 9.81mv, F5, 186 pa, 29.6", 2002.
STF 2056D16h 31m 38.54s5 26' 1.3" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 2 22:24:0An OK pair WDS data: 7.76 - 9.22mv, A3, 313 pa, 6.9", 2006.
STF 2085D16h 42m 26.09s21 35' 34.29" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 2 22:30:44A nice pair WDS data: 7.38 - 9.17mv, A0IV, 308 pa, 6.0", 2006.
S LeoV11h 10m 50.23s5 27' 37.23" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 2 22:44:34SAO 118717 mv: 8.8 0269-00835-1 mv: 10.583 A pale star, for an M, of 9.5mv
SS VirV12h 25m 13.61s0 46' 10.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 2 22:56:12SAO 119393 mv: 8.6 SAO 119381 mv: 7.9 A reddish star of 7.0mv, spectrum was red, a touch of yellow, and green no blue.
NGC 5350N13h 53m 24s40 22' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 7 22:30:2A smudge with a bright middle. Part of the NGC 5353 group.
NGC 3147N10h 16m 54s73 24' 0" C-11LBRP2010 6 7 22:32:39A faint, roundish smudge without much of a nucleus. Sc? Sb: Burnham.
NGC 3941N11h 52m 54s36 59' 0" C-11LBRP2010 6 7 22:43:21A bright, starlike nucleus, surrounded by a uniform, faint haze. Seyfert? Seyfert, as per Shi, et at, ApJ,J http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2010ApJ...714..115S.
NGC 3945N11h 53m 12s60 41' 0" C-11LBRP2010 6 7 22:52:16A bright nucleus surrounded by a round halo. E0? Burnham: SO/SBa.
NGC 4036N12h 1m 24s61 54' 0" C-11LBRP2010 6 7 22:57:4A lovely galaxy, with 4041 in the same field. It's the larger of the two, with an elongated envelope and a small nucleus.
NGC 4041N12h 2m 12s62 8' 0" C-11LBRP2010 6 7 23:0:7A small spiral wih a bright nucleus. In the same field as N 4036.
NGC 4096N12h 6m 0s47 29' 0" C-11LBRP2010 6 7 23:8:58A large, faint, elongated smudge, with no discernable nucleus. Sd? Burnham: Sc.
NGC 4203N12h 15m 6s33 12' 0" C-11LBRP2010 6 7 23:17:33A small, bright elliptical, next to a bright star. Burnham: E3/SO.
NGC 5371N13h 55m 42s40 28' 0" C-11LBRP2010 6 7 23:42:22A small smudge, roundish, with no pronounced nucleus. SBb?. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 5353N13h 53m 30s40 17' 0" C-11LBRP2010 6 8 0:6:0A brighter member of the 5353 group. There are 4 galaxies in a small field here.
NGC 5354N13h 53m 30s40 18' 0" C-11LBRP2010 6 8 0:7:11Part of the 5353 group.
NGC 5355N13h 53m 48s40 21' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 8 19:3:19A very faint smudge, barely visible. The RNGC lists it a 14mv.
IC 4665N17h 46m 18s5 43' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 11 2:0:37A large cluster of around 20 bright (6-8mv) stars. This would be best in binoculars, seen from a dark sky site.
NGC 6494N17h 56m 48s-19 1' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 11 2:6:24A cluster of ~40 stars, 9-11 mv, mostly in a 30' field.
H 3 25D17h 18m 0.7s-24 17' 12.79" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 11 2:21:19A lovely pair. I see 358 pa, WDS: 0°. WDS data: 5.23 - 6.64mv, G8III, 353 pa, 10.3", 2010.
S 722ABD19h 39m 12.96s-16 54' 28.3" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 11 2:35:23A superb pair of white stars WDS data: 7.17 - 7.45mv, A8III, 236 pa, 9.9", 2002.
NGC 6823N19h 43m 6s23 18' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 11 2:45:34I see a quadruple star of ~9-10mv stars within a 2' field. This does not appear to be a cluster. It is a cluster, with around 4 bright stars and the rest are fairly faint, embedded in nebulosity.
NGC 6885N20h 12m 0s26 29' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 11 2:52:27A large, loose cluster whose pairs appear to be optical, mostly. There is a bright (6mv) star, 20 Vul, in front of the cluster.
NGC 6531N18h 4m 36s-22 30' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 11 3:4:23A group of around 20 stars, as per Dyer's description.
H N 6D18h 2m 23.54s-23 1' 50.89" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 11 3:9:30A lovely pair In the same field as the Trifid (M 20) which is invisible in tonight's polluition washed sky. WDS data: 7.59 - 8.66mv, O8V, 214 pa, 11.0", 1998.
STF 2264D18h 1m 30.41s21 35' 44.8" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 11 3:24:17The eyepiece prism shows no difference between the spectra of these two yellow stars, with their pale red and green casts. WDS data: 4.85 - 5.20mv, A5IIIn, 257 pa, 6.3", 2010.
IC 4725N18h 31m 36s-19 15' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 11 3:31:5A large, loose cluster of 6-12mv stars.
NGC 5566N14h 20m 18s3 56' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 19 0:28:28A faint smudge with a faint, starlike nucleus. Seyfert? N 5560 not visible. N 5566 not listed as a Seyfert.
HJ 4769ABD15h 25m 22.57s-21 55' 45.29" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 19 0:46:30A lackluster pair of a orange and white stars. WDS: 191°, I saw 183°. WDS data: 7.86 - 9.69mv, K0III, 192 pa, 9.8", 2004.
H 2 19D16h 25m 35.11s-23 26' 49" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 19 0:59:18Rho Oph. A superb pair of yellow stars, embedded in nebulosity. WDS data: 5.07 - 5.74mv, B2IVB2V, 334 pa, 3.3", 2009.
H 3 7D16h 5m 26.23s-19 48' 19" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 19 1:4:1Beta Sco, a superb pair of white stars. Seen before. WDS data: 2.59 - 4.52mv, B0.5V+B2V, 20 pa, 13.5", 2010.
NGC 6517N18h 1m 48s-8 58' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 19 1:15:13An extremly low contrast brightening of the sky. Invisible in the 25, barely visible in the 12.5.
NGC 6235N16h 53m 24s-22 11' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 19 1:30:12A faint smudge, on the edge of visibility.
NGC 6309N17h 14m 6s-12 55' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 19 1:37:50An oblong smudge in pa 340°, with a 12mv star at it's center.
H 3 25D17h 18m 0.7s-24 17' 12.79" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 19 1:43:44An exquisite pair of white stars. As per the WDS. WDS data: 5.23 - 6.64mv, G8III, 353 pa, 10.3", 2010.
T LyrV18h 32m 20.1s36 59' 52.42" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 19 2:17:162636-01435-1 mv: 10.1 SAO 67095 mv: 7.9 8mv, red, spectrum shows no blue, mostly red with molecular bands.
STF 1746D13h 28m 9.71s9 27' 40.09" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 24 23:51:54A dull pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.61 - 9.8mv, K0, 246 pa, 23.0", 2010.
HJ 1676D21h 39m 37.86s47 12' 2.59" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 25 0:6:27A dull pair WDS data: 8.0 - 9.3mv, K0, 136 pa, 29.5", 2003.
NGC 7086N21h 30m 30s51 35' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 25 0:33:10About 4 11mv stars with a haze of fainter ones scattered nearby. Lackluster in tonight's full moon washed, hazy skies, but probably superb in darker skies.
STF 2843ABD21h 51m 37.25s65 45' 9.89" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 25 0:42:34A very close pair of yellow stars. Unresolved in the 25, it took the 5mm to resolve it well. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.01 - 7.28mv, A1m, 150 pa, 1.2", 2010.
NGC 7128N21h 44m 0s53 43' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 25 0:53:40A very pale red star (hardly "ruby", as per Dyer's description) centered on a scattering of much fainter stars.
RU CygV21h 40m 38.96s54 19' 27.37" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 25 1:3:373971-01598-1 mv: 9.182 SAO 33635 mv: 8.8 An 8.7mv star, pale orange.
R CygV19h 36m 49.39s50 11' 57.54" C-8Little Tycho2010 6 25 1:12:53564-00750-1 mv: 10.597 SAO 31823 mv: 9.0 A pale red star of 9.0mv.
NGC 6654N18h 24m 6s73 11' 0" C-11LBRP2010 7 1 22:15:56Looks like a faint GC. EO? Bright center.
NGC 6951N20h 37m 12s66 6' 0" C-11LBRP2010 7 1 22:30:9Nice bright galaxy with a faint envelope.
NGC 6946N20h 34m 48s60 9' 0" C-11LBRP2010 7 1 22:33:2A rather large, very faint smudge, with several foreground stars in it. WikiSky, Burnham: A face on Sc.
NGC 6535N18h 3m 48s-0 18' 0" C-11LBRP2010 7 1 22:58:24A rather faint blob, but there was a hint of resolution in it. Very loose, class X? Burnham: class XI.
NGC 6553N18h 9m 18s-25 54' 0" C-11LBRP2010 7 1 23:12:5Faint, large, but barely resolved. In the southern soup, it would be much better south of the equator!
NGC 6355N17h 24m 0s-26 21' 0" C-11LBRP2010 7 1 23:16:33A faint smudge, like an E0 galaxy.
IC 1257N17h 27m 6s-7 6' 0" C-11LBRP2010 7 1 23:23:57EEF! Averted Imagination only. Check against Wiki Sky.
NGC 6426N17h 44m 54s3 0' 0" C-11LBRP2010 7 1 23:32:21An extremely faint cluster, invisible in the 30mm, hardly seen in the 18. No resolution.
NGC 6749N19h 5m 6s1 47' 0" C-11LBRP2010 7 1 23:42:36Not found! Check against wiki sky.
IC 1257N17h 27m 6s-7 6' 0" C-11Pinnacles2010 7 3 23:03:57EEF! The most gossamer smudge, but exactly where WikiSky showed it. Probably the faintest thing I've ever seen.
NGC 6749N19h 5m 6s1 47' 0" C-11Pinnacles2010 7 3 23:3:43A tiny faint smudge, as per the chart.
NGC 6539N18h 4m 48s-7 35' 0" C-11Pinnacles2010 7 3 23:6:33An obvious, faint smudge. No resolution.
NGC 6941N20h 36m 18s-4 38' 0" C-11Pinnacles2010 7 3 23:15:1EEF, almost starlike. Very hard to see, even in tonight's excellent skies. (Listed as a Globular by the new NGC, it's actually a face on SBc.)
NGC 6441N17h 50m 12s-37 3' 0" C-11Pinnacles2010 7 3 23:25:36A tight, compact cluster very near a bright M (?) star. Resolved in the 12.5mm.
NGC 6388N17h 36m 18s-44 44' 0" C-11Pinnacles2010 7 3 23:32:16Bright, but barely granulated.
NGC 6139N16h 27m 42s-38 51' 0" C-11Pinnacles2010 7 3 23:36:45Faint, diffuse, unresolved cluster, small, bright nucleus.
NGC 6453N17h 50m 54s-34 36' 0" C-11Pinnacles2010 7 3 23:39:14A very small, faint patch.
NGC 6496N17h 59m 0s-44 16' 0" C-11Pinnacles2010 7 3 23:43:30A very loose cluster, quite faint and diffuse.
NGC 6541N18h 8m 0s-43 42' 0" C-11Pinnacles2010 7 3 23:45:13A miniature M 13.
NGC 6652N18h 35m 48s-32 59' 0" C-11Pinnacles2010 7 3 23:49:16A loose cluster with a bright center, barely resolved.
NGC 6681N18h 43m 12s-32 18' 0" C-11Pinnacles2010 7 3 23:54:21Bright center, well resolved, small.
NGC 6231N16h 54m 0s-41 48' 0" C-11LBRP2010 7 3 23:57:56The jewel box of the Scorpion. A superb cluster of bright white and blue white stars, with a few red ones as well.
NGC 6384N17h 32m 24s7 4' 0" C-11Pinnacles2010 7 4 0:8:27A slightly oblong smudge, in what appears to be pa 20°. (WikiSky shows it to be closer to 40°. So much for position angle estimates from and alt-azimuth mount!)
NGC 6555N18h 7m 48s17 36' 0" C-11Pinnacles2010 7 4 0:11:40A faint smudge, lost amongst the stars of the Milky way.
IC 4895N19h 45m 0s-14 48' 0" C-11Pinnacles2010 7 4 0:14:33A huge, low contrast smudge. No bright middle.
STF 2700D20h 34m 44.6s32 30' 21.09" C-8Little Tycho2010 7 17 21:30:26A lackluster pair. WDS data: 6.99 - 8.75mv, K2III, 284 pa, 24.1", 2009.
STF 3127ABD17h 15m 1.92s24 50' 22.5" C-8Little Tycho2010 7 23 22:31:12A 5mv unequal pair. The wide separation make them easy. Best in the 15mm. WDS data: 3.12 - 8.3mv, A3IV, 288 pa, 12.7", 2013.
STF 1973D15h 46m 24.5s36 26' 45.59" C-8Little Tycho2010 7 23 22:42:39A wide, dull pair. I see 325 pa, WDS: 324. WDS data: 7.60 - 8.79mv, F5, 322 pa, 30.6", 2009.
STF 1894D14h 58m 53.64s-11 8' 37" C-8Little Tycho2010 7 30 21:37:57A fairly dull pair, the secondary being so faint. As per the WDS WDS data: 5.87 - 9.9mv, K2III-IV, 39 pa, 19.7", 1999.
STF 1932ABD15h 18m 20.19s26 50' 24.7" C-8Little Tycho2010 7 30 21:44:27A nice, but very close pair. I see 265 pa, WDS: 264, 2010. WDS data: 7.32 - 7.41mv, F6V+F6V, 264 pa, 1.6", 2010.
STF 1937ABD15h 23m 12.22s30 17' 17.7" C-8Little Tycho2010 7 30 21:56:54Despite tonight's Pickring 7-8 seeing, the star in only elongated in the 2.8mm. Not eve a peanut shape was seen in the dancing Airy centra disk. WDS data: 5.64 - 5.95mv, F8V+G0V, 217.20 pa, 0.630", 2016.
ST HerV15h 50m 46.57s48 28' 57.85" C-8Little Tycho2010 7 30 22:8:12SAO 45747 mv: 8.1 A 7.2mv star? There are no comparison stars close by to verify the estimate. The star used is just the brightest in a 3° field.
U HerV16h 25m 47.63s18 53' 28.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 7 30 22:18:481514-01158-1 mv: 11.005 SAO 102132 mv: 8.6 A 9mv pale red orange star.
STF 2621D20h 4m 34.52s9 14' 24.19" C-8Little Tycho2010 7 30 22:37:21An exquisite pair WDS data: 8.36 - 8.62mv, B8VA1V, 224 pa, 5.5", 2006.
STF 2651ABD20h 13m 44.9s16 9' 28.7" C-8Little Tycho2010 7 30 22:49:8Close pair, but nice. As per the WDS WDS data: 8.41 - 8.44mv, F8, 279 pa, 1.0", 2008.
NGC 6879N20h 10m 30s16 55' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 7 30 23:2:27A tiny faint smudge in tonight's hazy sky.
STF 2583ABD19h 48m 42.05s11 48' 57.3" C-8Little Tycho2010 7 30 23:15:18A close pair, but nice, in tonight's steady, if hazy skies. I see 110 pa. WDS data: 6.34 - 6.75mv, A3V+F9III, 105 pa, 1.5", 2009.
STF 2519D19h 28m 12.92s-9 32' 15.89" C-8Little Tycho2010 7 30 23:25:32An exquisite pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.34 - 8.54mv, F0, 125 pa, 11.9", 2003.
STF 2498ABD19h 20m 10.31s4 2' 47.29" C-8Little Tycho2010 7 30 23:31:13A neat pair WDS data: 8.26 - 8.90mv, G5II, 64 pa, 12.5", 2008.
STFA 35D17h 32m 15.88s55 10' 22.1" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 1 13:53:28AKA Nu Draconis, one of the best binocular doubles. Seen may times, just not recorded until now. Superb. WDS data: 4.87 - 4.90mv, A4mA6V, 311 pa, 62.0", 2010.
HJ 1537D20h 36m 18.39s-15 18' 40.6" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 7 0:20:10A lovely, pair, I suspect, in darker skies. Washed out in tonight's haze. WDS data: 9.02 - 9.47mv, G1V, 24 pa, 3.5", 2001.
STF 2114D17h 1m 58.96s8 27' 2.09" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 7 0:35:9Elongated only in the approximate pa of 140°. A very close pair for tonight's mediocre seeing. WDS data: 6.72 - 7.61mv, A4V, 194 pa, 1.4", 2010.
STF 2241ABD17h 41m 56.36s72 8' 55.79" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 7 0:47:15AKA Psi Dra. A pretty pair, but wide. A yellow, B slight greenish tint. As per the WDS. WDS data: 4.60 - 5.59mv, F5IVF8V, 16 pa, 30.0", 2010.
T DraV17h 56m 21.91s58 12' 52.76" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 7 0:57:393910-01549-1 mv: 10.374 SAO 30658 mv: 9.4 A barely red star of 9.5 mv with a 11mv companion in pa 210°.
STF 2273ABD17h 59m 13.71s64 8' 33.09" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 7 1:8:31A lovely, wide pair. A pastel yellow, B white. As per the WDS WDS data: 7.31 - 7.63mv, F4V+F5V, 283 pa, 21.3", 2010.
STF 2319ABD18h 27m 43.94s19 17' 43.9" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 7 1:15:32An exquisite pair of white starsWDS data: 8.41 - 8.23mv, F5, 190 pa, 5.4", 2009.
TY OphV18h 31m 23.7s4 22' 48.11" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 7 1:23:230454-00350-1 mv: 9.704 0454-00440-1 mv: 11.052 A red star of 9.7mv.
STT 358ABD18h 35m 53.21s16 58' 32.49" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 7 1:32:0Cleanly split, in pa 150°. WDS: 151°. I suspect the stars were 1.5" apart, WDS: 0.8". 2010. WDS data: 6.94 - 7.08mv, F8V, 151 pa, 1.6", 2010.
STF 2368ABD18h 38m 51.26s52 20' 38.2" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 7 1:41:9A close but lovely pair of equally bright white stars. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.63 - 7.77mv, A3, 320 pa, 1.9", 2010.
STF 2398ABD18h 42m 46.68s59 37' 49.39" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 7 1:47:29A pair of faint, ruddy stars in PA 180°. The WDS sees pa 177 (2010). WDS data: 9.11 - 9.96mv, M4+M4.5, 177 pa, 12.0", 2010.
T AqlV18h 45m 43.7s8 44' 31.36" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 7 2:15:311025-02686-1 mv: 10.201 SAO 123892 mv: 8.8 A ruddy 8.8 mv star.
HJ 1347ABD18h 47m 15.28s28 25' 26.9" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 7 2:21:29An OK pair WDS data: 9.09 - 10.00mv, G0V, 274 pa, 18.8", 2004.
IC 1276N18h 10m 42s-7 12' 0" C-11LBRP2010 8 7 22:47:24An extremly faint smudge in tonight's 5mv skies. Tom Corbin verified the find. Very difficult object.
IC 1295N18h 54m 36s-8 50' 0" O-18LBRP2010 8 7 22:48:52A large, round smudge, with a faint central "hole" in it.
STF 1998D16h 4m 22.14s-11 22' 23" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 20 21:55:58A quinuple star. A wide double double, a faint pair at pa 110 of 9mv stars, and a brighter pair of a 3mv and 8mv stars in pa 40°. The 3mv is a close pair in pa 0°. An exquisite assembalage, in good seeing. WDS data: 4.87 - 7.30mv, U, 48 pa, 7.3", 2009.
STF 2084D16h 41m 17.16s31 36' 9.8" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 20 22:6:40The 5mv companion was not visible. WDS data: 2.95 - 5.40mv, G1IV, 168 pa, 1.3", 2010.
STF 2455ABD19h 6m 53s22 10' 21.49" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 20 22:31:27An OK double. I see pa 30°, ~6" sep, WDS: 29°, 4" sep. WDS data: 7.42 - 9.44mv, F4IV, 29 pa, 9.4", 2010.
STF 2457D19h 7m 8.02s22 35' 3.7" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 20 22:36:40An OK pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.46 - 9.52mv, A7IV, 202 pa, 10.5", 2009.
STF 2565D19h 45m 18.48s-13 14' 18.2" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 20 22:49:26A neat, close pair. I see 4" sep, 50 pa, WDS: 5.4", 40° pa. WDS data: 9.30 - 9.40mv, K0/1III, 40 pa, 5.4", 2004.
NGC 6803N19h 31m 18s10 3' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 30 21:35:35Field not found? Need to check.
R CapV20h 11m 18.48s-14 16' 9.04" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 30 21:45:305752-00775-1 mv: 11.299 Fainter than the comparison star.
STF 2204D17h 46m 21.06s-13 18' 27.79" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 30 21:54:31A nice pair There is an extraordinary chain of stars a degree east of STF 2204, and south of 17 Ser. WDS data: 8.06 - 8.13mv, A0/1V, 24 pa, 14.8", 2003.
NGC 6803N19h 31m 18s10 3' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 30 22:13:12A stellar PN. Very slightly fuzzier than the other stars. Found only with the finder chart.
Y DelV20h 41m 39.11s11 52' 29.74" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 30 22:22:01097-00198-1 mv: 10.343 1097-00459-1 mv: 10.552. A dusky 10.4 mv star.
STF 2408D18h 51m 58.05s10 46' 48.9" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 31 21:30:24A nice, close pair WDS data: 8.47 - 9.38mv, A0, 91 pa, 2.3", 2008.
NGC 6709N18h 51m 30s10 21' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 31 21:34:8A large, (30'), somewhat sparse, cluster of about 30 stars. 8mv...
UV AqlV18h 58m 32.22s14 21' 45.51" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 31 22:3:221051-01809-1 mv: 10.242 SAO 104289 mv: 9.2. A 10mv dusky orange star. Nice.
STT 370ABD19h 17m 3.15s9 20' 19.6" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 31 22:14:39An OK pair Both stars white. WDS data: 8.34 - 8.71mv, K2IIvar, 14 pa, 19.6", 2009.
NGC 6781N19h 18m 24s6 33' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 31 22:20:57Not visible in tonight's light polluted skies.
STF 2084D16h 41m 17.16s31 36' 9.8" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 31 22:37:53Companion not visible. WDS data: 2.95 - 5.40mv, G1IV, 168 pa, 1.3", 2010.
TV DraV17h 8m 24.35s64 19' 8" C-8Little Tycho2010 8 31 22:46:37SAO 17352 mv: 9.4 4194-00739-1 mv: 11.638. A 10.2mv star with a hint of red in it.
IC 4997N20h 20m 12s16 45' 0" C-11LBRP2010 9 4 21:13:59A blue star that vanished when looked at directly. Looks brighter than 12mv.
NGC 6778N19h 18m 24s-1 36' 0" C-11LBRP2010 9 4 21:29:54A round, uniform smudge. No central star seen. I 1298 turns out to be non existant.
NGC 6804N19h 31m 36s9 13' 0" C-11LBRP2010 9 4 21:41:44A round patch, with a 12mv star on it's west side. The central star was glimpsed.
NGC 6962N20h 47m 18s0 19' 0" C-11LBRP2010 9 4 21:54:2There are quite a few patches that could be galaxies, with averted imagination. N 6962 is the brightest of these.
NGC 7013N21h 3m 36s29 54' 0" C-11LBRP2010 9 4 22:23:18A bright center with an asymmetrical envelope off to the north of the nucleus. Interesting galaxy. An Sc? WikiSky: An Sc surrounded by a faint envelope.
NGC 6928N20h 32m 48s9 56' 0" C-11LBRP2010 9 4 22:38:50A faint, uniform smudge. No obvious nucleus. E3? WikiSky: Sb?
NGC 6930N20h 33m 0s9 52' 0" C-11LBRP2010 9 4 22:39:24A very faint glow, near N 6928.
NGC 7048N21h 14m 12s46 16' 0" C-11LBRP2010 9 4 23:35:0A faint, round smudge, no central star seen. Burnham: central star 18mv.
NGC 7177N22h 0m 42s17 44' 0" C-11LBRP2010 9 4 23:44:28A bright galaxy, looks like an E2. Burnham: Sa/Sb
NGC 7184N22h 2m 42s-20 49' 0" C-11LBRP2010 9 4 23:55:6A really faint, elongated smudge. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 7218N22h 10m 12s-16 40' 0" C-11LBRP2010 9 5 0:10:29A very faint galaxy. I could barely make out a small smudge. Burnham: Sc
NGC 7314N22h 35m 48s-26 3' 0" C-11LBRP2010 9 5 0:36:23A very faint smudge in the southern light pollution. Burnham: Sb/Sc
NGC 7457N23h 1m 0s30 9' 0" C-11LBRP2010 9 5 0:42:56A large, elliptical galaxy, elongated. A face on Sc? Burnham: E5
NGC 7507N23h 12m 6s-28 32' 0" C-11LBRP2010 9 5 0:54:1Round, faint, washed out in light pollution. B:E0
NGC 7727N23h 39m 54s-12 18' 0" C-11LBRP2010 9 5 0:57:28Round, with a bright nucleus. E0? B:Sa
SCJ 16D18h 19m 48.17s-4 57' 41.79" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 5 20:53:4A nice, unequal pair WDS data: 7.88 - 9.68mv, G0, 209 pa, 3.2", 2006.
STF 2068D16h 33m 54.98s47 16' 17.8" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 5 21:3:32An exquisite pair of equally bright white stars WDS data: 9.00 - 9.08mv, F5, 251 pa, 5.0", 2008.
STFA 30D16h 36m 14.05s52 55' 27" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 5 21:11:2A superb triple star, the northernmost component is double. Like Mizar. One of the best. WDS data: 6.42 - 5.50mv, U, 15 pa, 89.9", 2004.
STF 2084D16h 41m 17.16s31 36' 9.8" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 5 21:18:39There is an elongation of the diffraction pattern in pa 320°. WDS data: 2.95 - 5.40mv, G1IV, 168 pa, 1.3", 2010.
STF 2119D17h 6m 29.45s-13 56' 5.49" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 5 21:31:6A close pair of equally bright white stars. Nice. I see 185 pa, WDS: 185, 2005. WDS data: 8.21 - 8.31mv, F6V, 185 pa, 2.4", 2005.
STF 2890ACD22h 15m 10.6s49 52' 31.09" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 5 22:7:47An exquisite pair at the center of NGC 7243. WDS data: 9.42 - 9.40mv, U, 277° pa, 73.0", 2006.
NGC 7243N22h 15m 18s49 53' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 5 22:7:47A lovely cluster of about 60 stars, 8mv.. with an exquisite pair at its center. Roughly triangular in shape.
NGC 6964N20h 47m 24s0 18' 0" C-11LBRP2010 9 5 23:46:48A glow next to N 6962's faint smudge.
IC 4634N17h 1m 36s-21 50' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 6 20:32:29A small, round spot in the sky, well seen despite the light pollution and the dusk.
TV LacV22h 56m 7.15s54 13' 43.92" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 6 21:2:50SAO 34960 mv: 8.2 3985-00043-1 mv: 9.858. A 9mv vaguely reddish star.
STF 2894ABD22h 18m 56.21s37 46' 9.39" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 6 21:10:5An OK pair WDS data: 6.21 - 8.85mv, A8III, 194 pa, 15.6", 2006.
STF 2802D21h 31m 48.93s33 48' 56.2" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 6 21:17:50An exquisite pair of identical white stars. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.60 - 8.70mv, A5, 10 pa, 3.8", 2009.
V1070 CygV21h 22m 48.63s40 55' 56.14" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 6 21:24:4SAO 50772 mv: 7.4 SAO 50699 mv: 6.2. A dusky pale red star of 7mv.
STT 437ABD21h 20m 50.12s32 27' 10.19" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 6 21:32:53A superb pair, best in the 9mm, but good in all the others. WDS data: 7.15 - 7.42mv, G4V, 20 pa, 2.4", 2010.
H 2 58D1h 59m 0.72s-22 55' 11" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 9 3:49:48An exquisite pair of white stars. I see PA of 305°, WDS: 302 (2008). WDS data: 7.28 - 7.56mv, F2, 302 pa, 8.7", 2008.
STF 2323ABD18h 23m 54.65s58 48' 2.1" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 9 20:33:46A nice, unequal pair. I see 355 pa. WDS data: 5.06 - 8.07mv, A1V, 348 pa, 3.7", 2009.
STF 2325D18h 31m 25.69s-10 47' 45" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 9 20:48:29A faint star next to a bright one. Dull. WDS data: 5.77 - 9.31mv, B2V, 257 pa, 12.4", 2005.
NGC 6649N18h 33m 30s-10 24' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 9 20:49:41About 4 "bright" (11.5mv) stars surrounded by a haze of fainter ones.
BU 60ABD20h 27m 19.19s-18 12' 42.09" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 9 21:0:55A very close pair, with the secondary sitting on the first diffraction ring of the primary. I see pa of 230, WDS: 146°. Only split with the 5mm. WDS data: 5.13 - 8.53mv, B8II-III, 146 pa, 3.2", 2002.
STF 2499D19h 18m 33.51s21 56' 51.59" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 13 21:0:3A very nice close pair WDS data: 8.82 - 9.12mv, B8, 324 pa, 2.6", 2009.
NGC 6793N19h 23m 12s22 11' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 13 21:5:29A loose cluster of ~20 stars 9-12mv. Doesn't stand out much from the surrounding milky way.
STF 2044D16h 24m 10.4s37 2' 11.89" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 13 21:13:35A lovely pair of pale yellow stars WDS data: 8.43 - 8.79mv, K0, 341 pa, 8.2", 2009.
STF 2027D16h 15m 16.64s4 15' 46.6" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 13 21:23:10A very nice, close pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.77 - 8.86mv, F0, 82 pa, 1.9", 2010.
STF 2047D16h 23m 8.85s47 37' 48.4" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 13 21:28:37A very nice, close pair of white stars. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.54 - 8.65mv, F8, 325 pa, 1.8", 2009.
STF 2213D17h 44m 50.8s31 7' 54.5" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 13 21:33:28An exquisite pair of white stars WDS data: 8.15 - 8.96mv, F8, 328 pa, 4.6", 2008.
STF 2217ABD17h 46m 40.19s14 46' 44.59" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 13 21:38:46A very nice pair of 9mv white stars WDS data: 8.77 - 8.92mv, G0, 284 pa, 6.9", 2004.
STF 2242D17h 51m 10.31s44 54' 28" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 13 21:43:4A superb pair of 8.5mv white stars WDS data: 8.14 - 8.28mv, F0, 326 pa, 3.5", 2010.
STF 2278D18h 2m 54.91s56 26' 12" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 13 21:52:20A superb triple of white stars WDS data: 8.14 - 8.53mv, A0, 146 pa, 6.0", 2010.
STF 1963ABD15h 37m 53.73s30 6' 10.4" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 14 20:41:25A very nice pair WDS data: 8.54 - 8.85mv, F8, 298 pa, 5.1", 2010.
STF 1927ABD15h 11m 50.36s61 51' 25.29" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 14 20:44:28An OK pair of white stars. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.12 - 8.81mv, F7V, 353 pa, 16.0", 2006.
STF 1974D15h 49m 11.98s-3 14' 1.1" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 14 20:55:15A difficult to resolve pair (the optics are still settling down). WDS data: 8.95 - 9.12mv, A0, 159 pa, 2.4", 2009.
STF 2168D17h 26m 40.46s35 45' 55.29" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 14 21:2:19An OK pair WDS data: 8.80 - 9.08mv, F5, 201 pa, 2.3", 2009.
STT 346D18h 15m 25.05s19 46' 13.39" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 14 21:19:5An OK pair WDS data: 8.33 - 9.01mv, F2, 328 pa, 5.2", 2008.
NGC 6605N18h 17m 6s-14 58' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 14 21:23:0A very coarse open cluster. Just a few bright stars clumped together in the milky way.
NGC 6611N18h 18m 48s-13 47' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 14 21:30:2The loose cluster only was visible, only the faintest hint of nebulosity.
WHC 16D18h 16m 44.2s-16 50' 21" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 14 21:43:14The field was found, but the double was not visible. WikiSky shows nothing at the given position. WDS data: 10.9 - 11.0mv, U, 258 pa, 8.9", 2000. 2017 May update: This star has been removed from the WDS.
STF 2306ABD18h 22m 13.89s-15 5' 17.8" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 14 21:46:46Superb pair, very much like 95 Herc, yellow, with pastel red and green associated with the primary and secondary, respectively. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.08 - 8.61mv, G9IV-V, 221 pa, 9.3", 2010.
NGC 6716N18h 54m 36s-19 53' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 14 21:55:30Just a coarse scattering of 8.5-11mv stars in the milky way. There is a hint of nebulosity or a cloud of very faint stars as well.
STF 2448D19h 3m 39.66s35 44' 34.4" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 14 22:2:1A superb pair of celestial gems. WDS data: 8.75 - 8.80mv, A3, 191 pa, 2.5", 2010.
STF 2510A BCD19h 23m 17.81s9 30' 41" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 14 22:7:1Exquisite pair of white stars WDS data: 8.57 - 8.66mv, A0, 181 pa, 8.7", 2010.
HJ 2866ABD19h 23m 25.49s-17 59' 57.8" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 14 22:13:33A superb triple star, almost an equilateral triangle of 8-9 mv stars. WDS data: 8.69 - 8.65mv, A2, 53 pa, 23.2", 2010.
STF 2000D16h 3m 2.17s13 59' 28.8" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 25 19:48:50A close, OK pair WDS data: 8.42 - 9.22mv, F2, 227 pa, 2.6", 2007.
STF 2156D17h 23m 57.34s-0 50' 6.79" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 25 19:57:56A close pair of white stars. WDS sees 36°, I see 45° pa. WDS data: 8.95 - 9.50mv, F2, 36 pa, 3.8", 2007.
S 700ACD18h 10m 33.55s-16 44' 57.39" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 25 20:6:51A dull pair, as per one of the WDS records. The other records were not confirmed. I saw the star at 355° pa. WDS data: 8.27 - 8.59mv, B1III, 353 pa, 28.6", 2003.
S 710D19h 6m 52.12s-16 13' 45.4" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 25 20:18:5A nice pair, the primary is white WDS data: 6.10 - 8.42mv, B8IV, 359 pa, 6.3", 2006.
STF 2637ABD20h 9m 56.6s20 54' 53.19" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 25 20:31:21A lovely pair in a superb field. As per the WDS entry that claims a 332° pa and 6" separation. The other entries are discordant. WDS data: 6.56 - 8.85mv, F3V, 332 pa, 11.5", 2009.
STF 3001ABD23h 18m 37.41s68 6' 41.09" C-8Little Tycho2010 9 25 20:41:31A lovely, unequal, pair. I see 220° pa, WDS sees 221° pa. AKA Omicron Cep. WDS data: 4.97 - 7.28mv, G8III, 221 pa, 3.2", 2007.
STF 2146ACD17h 13m 6.26s54 8' 20.9" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 1 21:34:30No sign of the 3.4" pair. The other pair was obvious at 88" and 231°. WDS data: 6.95 - 8.87mv, U, 233 pa, 88.4", 2009.
NGC 6604N18h 18m 6s-12 14' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 1 21:41:57A group of 4 bright star, close together in a very rich part of the milky way. Confirmed on WikiSky.
STF 2540ABD19h 33m 17.05s20 24' 50.49" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 1 21:49:27A nice, unequal, pair. WDS data: 7.52 - 9.23mv, A3, 146 pa, 5.1", 2005.
NGC 6802N19h 30m 36s20 16' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 1 21:58:11A splotchy, low contrast brightening of the sky. Barely visible.
NGC 6811N19h 38m 12s46 34' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 1 22:5:56Hardly a brightening of the milky way. The true cluster seems to be 20' southwest of the marked position of this one. WikiSky: 6811 is a very low contrast clump of stars, probably a real cluster. The"true" cluster is a chance grouping of 9 7...9mv stars. I suspect that it, too might be a cluster.
STF 2596D19h 54m 1.95s15 17' 31.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 1 22:13:17An OK, unequal pair. WDS shows 299° pa, I see 295° pa. WDS data: 7.29 - 8.68mv, F8V, 299 pa, 1.8", 2010.
HJ 2918ABD20h 1m 51.77s-17 33' 0.29" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 1 22:22:0Field and star found but the reputed 15" pair was not visible. Reported by dvdarnl@aol.com as close to WDS values. Needs a careful revisit!
NGC 6866N20h 3m 42s44 0' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 1 22:34:37This is just a narrow iscosceles triangle of stars. The true cluster appears to be 12' north of the marked position. Confirmed, WikiSky.
STF 3101D15h 58m 52.86s-3 4' 22" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 2 20:14:50A faint, close pair of equally bright stars WDS data: 8.97 - 9.09mv, G0, 73 pa, 2.2", 2009.
STF 2092D16h 39m 3.97s60 41' 58.79" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 2 20:21:6An OK pair of faint stars WDS data: 8.69 - 9.64mv, G1IV, 5 pa, 8.3", 2006.
STFA 54D21h 10m 20.46s10 7' 55" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 2 20:39:48A widely separated pair of bright stars. Lackluser. As per the WDS WDS data: 4.70 - 6.06mv, A9V, 152 pa, 334.6", 2008.
NGC 225N0h 43m 24s61 47' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 2 21:9:14A very loose grouping of a few 8-9mv stars with an almost invisible core of 11-12mv stars. Lackluster.
T CasV0h 23m 13.63s55 47' 34.18" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 2 21:29:36SAO 21343 mv: 6.7 A red 7mv star, next to a comparison blue star. Nice contrast.
X AndV0h 16m 9.59s47 0' 45" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 2 21:41:59AC_2000 1405956 mv: 11.67 3251-00651-1 mv: 11.962. 12.1mv star. No color seen.
H 1 93D20h 1m 39.16s-0 11' 56" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 7 19:54:11A close pair. I see 310°, WDS: 298° pa, 2009. WDS data: 7.67 - 8.39mv, A0, 298 pa, 1.8", 2009.
HDO 158D20h 40m 18s-6 48' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 7 20:4:43Field found, star not found. Verified on WikiSky. 2017 May update. HDO 148 has been removed from the WDS. WDS data: 8. - 9.mv, U, 145 pa, 8.2", 1868.
STF 2787ABD21h 21m 47.58s2 1' 38.5" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 7 20:34:33A dull pair WDS data: 7.49 - 8.64mv, A2, 20 pa, 22.7", 2002.
S 802ABD22h 2m 26.49s-16 57' 51.8" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 7 20:39:18A lovely, close pair. I see 250°, WDS: 247°. 2008. WDS data: 7.22 - 7.15mv, A2V+K0III, 247 pa, 3.9", 2008.
S 808ABD22h 25m 48.04s-20 14' 13" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 7 20:44:41Exquisite unequal pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.13 - 8.01mv, G5III, 152 pa, 6.9", 2003.
SHJ 345ABD22h 26m 34.3s-16 44' 31.89" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 7 20:49:45Star found, but companion not visible. WDS data: 6.29 - 6.39mv, G0VG0V, 45 pa, 1.4", 2010. WDS true of date: 6.29 - 6.39mv, G0VG0V, 41.5 pa, 1.3", 2010.
V2108 OphV17h 14m 19.4s8 55' 49.34" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 7 20:57:41Field found, but the star was not visible. WikiSky shows a 13mv red star at this position.
UW HerV17h 14m 24.48s36 22' 1.41" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 7 21:3:14SAO 65925 mv: 8.0 A very pale star, for an M5. 8mv.
LW CygV21h 55m 13.55s50 29' 49.06" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 7 21:20:49SAO 33851 mv: 9.1 3612-00993-1 mv: 9.549. A 9.5mv star, with no color seen! Despite the 4mv B-V rating.
STF 2744ABD21h 3m 3.09s1 31' 55.9" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 7 21:30:33A very close pair. Only "split" in the 5mm. I see 110° pa, WDC: 112° pa. Confirmed by JDSO article by R. Anton, 2009. WDS data: 6.76 - 7.33mv, F7IV, 112 pa, 1.3", 2009.
STF 2988D23h 11m 59.55s-11 56' 0.9" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 7 21:39:17An exquisite pair of equally bright yellow stars, as per the WDC. WDS data: 7.93 - 7.95mv, G8III, 98 pa, 3.6", 2008.
R AqrV23h 43m 49.45s-15 17' 3.15" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 7 21:47:596404-00860-2 mv: 11.299 SAO 165856 mv: 9.2. Only 10.2mv tonight.
R AqrV23h 43m 49.45s-15 17' 3.15" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 7 21:48:416404-00418-1 mv: 11.168 AC_2000 2602472 mv: 11.81. 11.5mv star. No color seen.
RR LyrV19h 25m 28.29s42 47' 10.62" C-11LBRP2010 10 8 20:4:48This famous star is blue white, about 7.8mv.
NGC 6503N17h 49m 24s70 9' 0" C-11LBRP2010 10 8 20:17:45A bright, uniform smudge, quite elongated, slighly brighter in the middle. Edge on Sb? Burnham: Sb
NGC 6567N18h 13m 42s-19 5' 0" C-11LBRP2010 10 8 20:29:59All of the stars look a bit fuzzy, as the telescope's optics have not yet cooled down, but N 6567 is a star with a faint halo around it.
NGC 6643N18h 19m 48s74 34' 0" C-11LBRP2010 10 8 21:3:22A large, nondiscript patch. Burnham: Sc.
Mayall 2N0h 32m 46.5s39 34' 39.7" C-11LBRP2010 10 8 21:12:24A faint, dot, but seen without averted vision. It was a bit fuzzy, looking like a distant elliptical galaxy.
NGC 6701N18h 43m 12s60 40' 0" C-11LBRP2010 10 8 21:32:17A tiny, but fairly bright spot. Almost stellar, a distant E0? WikiSky: A barred spiral! I only saw the nucleus.
NGC 6824N19h 43m 42s56 7' 0" C-11LBRP2010 10 8 21:35:35A small, faint patch, requiring averted vision. Sb or Sc? Seds.org: Sab, other: Sb.
NGC 7235N22h 12m 36s57 17' 0" C-11LBRP2010 10 9 19:52:1A loose cluster of around 20 stars, 7.5...11mv.
NGC 7354N22h 40m 24s61 17' 0" C-11LBRP2010 10 9 19:57:12A faint disk of light, vanishes with direct vision, the ring structure was not visible.
CF AndV23h 3m 43.79s37 51' 13" C-11LBRP2010 10 9 20:14:52SAO 73004 mv: 8.1 SAO 72946 mv: 7.5. A 7.5mv pale yellow orange star.
NGC 7640N23h 22m 6s40 51' 0" C-11LBRP2010 10 9 20:22:19A large, very faint glow, filling a triangle of 11-12mv stars. Nucleus not visible. Sc? B, Wikisky: Edge on Sb. The 11mv stars really throw off the ability to see the galaxy's disk.
NGC 7814N0h 3m 18s16 9' 0" C-11LBRP2010 10 9 20:39:29Does not look edge on, quite faint. WikiSky: disk very faint, large nucleus.
STF 33D0h 30m 58.47s34 5' 53.9" C-11LBRP2010 10 9 20:54:14A very nice, close pair of yellow white stars. WDS data: 8.83 - 8.91mv, F5, 213 pa, 2.8", 2008.
NGC 188N0h 44m 0s85 20' 0" C-11LBRP2010 10 9 21:5:58This cluster does not stand out from the Milky way. It was found with the finder chart. The faint stars that make up most of it were unseen on this 4.8mv night.
Van Maanen's starN0h 49m 9.9s5 23' 19" C-11LBRP2010 10 9 21:37:51A 12mv star, as advertised.
NGC 7332N22h 37m 24s23 48' 0" C-11LBRP2010 10 9 22:20:22A small, bright streak. Lovely, Seyfert? Counterrotating core, Fisher, et al AJ, vol 107.
NGC 7339N22h 37m 48s23 47' 0" C-11LBRP2010 10 9 22:24:47A faint blob, not nearly as crisp as nearby 7332. WikiSky: Apparently, I only saw the nucleus. It's another edge on in darker skies.
NGC 7448N23h 0m 6s15 59' 0" C-11LBRP2010 10 9 22:27:56Faint, elongated, a bit brighter in the nucleus. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 7742N23h 44m 18s10 46' 0" C-11LBRP2010 10 9 22:42:36A small round blob, E0? Burnham: E0, Wikipedia: Starburst due to collision.
NGC 7785N23h 55m 18s5 55' 0" C-11LBRP2010 10 9 22:44:24A small patch, fairly faint, brighter towards the middle, and slightly elongated. Sb? Burnham: E5.
NGC 1N0h 7m 18s27 43' 0" C-11LBRP2010 10 9 22:49:35Very small, and faint. Almost invisible in the 30mm, much easier in the 12.5.
NGC 128N0h 29m 12s2 51' 0" C-11LBRP2010 10 9 22:53:44An elongated smudge, with the nucleus somewhat off center, perhaps by 20%.
NGC 147N0h 33m 12s48 30' 0" C-11LBRP2010 10 9 22:59:41Large, and eef. Found only with the finder chart, a slight brightening of the night sky.
NGC 278N0h 52m 6s47 33' 0" C-11LBRP2010 10 9 23:3:15A bright galaxy, for a face on Sc. Slightly elongated and mottled. Large, somewhat bright nucleus. Lovely.
STF 2501ABD19h 22m 3.68s-4 44' 20" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 12 20:3:28A dull, unequal pair WDS data: 7.76 - 9.67mv, F5, 21 pa, 19.9", 2005.
STF 2586ABD19h 48m 34.3s24 57' 43.89" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 12 20:11:39An interesting triple The 3.6" pair was only visible in the 5mm. WDS data: 7.56 - 9.28mv, B8V, 228 pa, 3.8", 2009.
BU 1475ABD19h 57m 53.7s-9 3' 30.29" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 12 20:16:57A lovely quadruple star, BU 1475 lining up with S 143953 almost exactly. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.77 - 9.47mv, K2, 113 pa, 10.4", 2010.
STF 2571ABD19h 29m 30.03s78 15' 55.79" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 12 20:27:0A lovely pair of close to equal in brightness white stars. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.69 - 8.27mv, F0IV, 18 pa, 11.3", 2002.
STF 2586ABD19h 48m 34.3s24 57' 43.89" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 12 20:38:7A dull, wide pair in an interesting field. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.56 - 9.28mv, B8V, 228 pa, 3.8", 2009.
T LyrV18h 32m 20.1s36 59' 52.42" C-11LBRP2010 10 12 20:52:32SAO 67034 mv: 8.4 SAO 67034 mv: 8.4. 8.4mv, and very red. Superb, as always.
AH DraV16h 48m 16.52s57 48' 46.8" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 12 21:1:10 C1: SAO 30104 mv: 7.0 C2: SAO 30063 mv: 9.1 For an M7, this was a yellow star of ~8.0mv.
AGC 1ABD6h 45m 8.91s-16 42' 58" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 13 04:56:00AKA Sirius. Position angle 40°, sep ~5". Split with the 15mm oculting bar eyepiece. The "pup" appeared to be 9mv, enveloped in the glare of Sirius itself. WDS data: -1.46 - 8.5mv, A1Vm, 92 pa, 8.9", 2010.
NGC 2392N7h 29m 12s20 55' 0" C-11LBRP2010 10 13 4:41:30In the 24mm, it looks like a very fuzzy star. In the 9mm, the central star is plainly seen in slightly averted vision, in the fovea, it's just a faint patch. The mottling that gives the planetary it's name is invisible.
STF 2095D16h 45m 5.22s28 21' 28.89" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 13 19:32:23An OK pair, I see 175° pa, 6", WDS: 2.5" sep, and 160° pa. WDS data: 7.36 - 9.16mv, F7III, 160 pa, 5.3", 2008.
STF 2101ABD16h 45m 48.14s35 37' 50.49" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 13 19:44:45An OK pair About 2.5° SE of M 13. WDS data: 7.51 - 9.39mv, F6V, 48 pa, 4.1", 2009.
STF 2178ABD17h 29m 28.14s34 56' 19" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 13 19:48:52A nice pair, with a yellow orange primary and a white secondary. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.29 - 9.05mv, K0, 128 pa, 10.6", 2005.
BU 131ABD18h 13m 35.48s-15 35' 54.1" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 13 20:6:39A tough pair, as the secondary is quite faint, and washed out in this moonlit sky. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.54 - 9.3mv, F6V, 277 pa, 3.2", 2005.
STF 2360D18h 39m 19.16s20 55' 58.89" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 13 20:10:51A difficult pair, owing to the faint secondary. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.97 - 9.16mv, B5IV, 358 pa, 2.4", 2008.
STF 2397D18h 47m 13.08s31 24' 20.2" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 13 20:16:38This star was not split, the companion was not visible. No sign of it.
STF 2483ABD19h 12m 23.6s30 20' 51.89" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 13 20:28:50A lovely pair in a rich region of the sky. About 2° west of NGC 6779. WDS data: 7.97 - 9.09mv, B9IV, 317 pa, 9.9", 2006.
NGC 6765N19h 11m 6s30 33' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 13 20:34:42The faintest, small smudge, in the center of a 3 star almost equilateral triangle. No sign of a central star or any other detail either. Found only with the finder chart. Not bad, for a moonlit night and urban skies.
STF 2120ABD17h 4m 45.8s28 5' 27.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 15 20:22:42A somewhat lackluster pair. I see 10" sep, 220° pa, and the WDS sees 231° pa., 12". WDS data: 7.37 - 9.25mv, K0III, 231 pa, 23.8", 2010.
STF 2165ABD17h 26m 13.75s29 27' 20.39" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 15 20:28:34An OK pair, I seen 8" sep, 60° pa, WDS: 7"sep, 61° pa. WDS data: 7.74 - 9.55mv, Am, 61 pa, 10.2", 2010.
IC 4756N18h 39m 0s5 27' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 15 20:47:49A loose scattering of stars, more than filling the 24mm field.
STF 2484D19h 14m 15.66s19 3' 50.3" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 15 20:56:5A difficult pair, split only in the 6mm. I see 240° pa, WDS, 218°. Another WDS entry is 239°, as is a specle interferometry USNO report. Both give a separation of 2.5". WDS data: 7.93 - 9.51mv, F8, 239 pa, 2.1", 2010.
NGC 129N0h 29m 54s60 14' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 15 21:21:30Despite careful searching, this field was not found. WikiSky: A loose grouping of 13...mv stars. Not visible in this urban setting.
V CygV20h 41m 18.2s48 8' 28.15" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 15 21:54:37C1: 3578-02196-1 mv: 10.935 C2: 3578-02224-1 mv: 10.598 Very red, even at 10.9mv.
STF 60ABD0h 49m 6.28s57 48' 54.7" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 16 3:35:20An exquisite pair. WDS data: 3.52 - 7.36mv, G0VdM0, 324 pa, 13.3", 2013.
STF 307ABD2h 50m 41.81s55 53' 43.79" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 16 3:42:1A lovely, wide pair, deep yellow and blue. As per the WDS. WDS data: 3.76 - 8.50mv, M3Ib-IIa, 295 pa, 31.2", 2008.
STF 46D0h 39m 55.57s21 26' 18.59" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 16 3:48:7A lovely pair, yellow and blue, but the blue is hard to see, as the secondary is faint. As per the WDS. WDS data: 5.56 - 8.49mv, K0III+F3V, 192 pa, 5.0", 2008.
NGC 381N1h 8m 18s61 35' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 16 3:59:2A round group of ~ 30 faint stars, 12-14mv. A chain of ~7 12mv stars runs NE-SW through it.
NGC 436N1h 15m 36s58 49' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 16 4:9:18A cluster of ~8 11-12mv stars with a haze of a few fainter ones as well
NGC 637N1h 42m 54s64 0' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 16 4:16:42A chain of ~8 10-12mv stars running NNE to SSW. There are a few fainter one towards the center. There is a 4" pair of 10mv stars, in pa 355°, STI 264.
STI 264D1h 43m 4.29s64 2' 13" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 16 4:20:39At the center of N 637. I see 4" and pa 355, WDS: 9", pa 352. 2007. WDS data: 10.21 - 11.4mv, U, 352 pa, 9.0", 2007.
NGC 659N1h 44m 12s60 42' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 16 4:28:24Looks to me like a chance grouping of ~8 10-12mv stars. There might be a haze of much fainter ones, but that might be averted imaganation, too. Wikisky: There is a very slight clumping of Milky Way stars here
NGC 925N2h 27m 18s33 35' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 16 4:37:31A very faint patch, found only in tonight's dark skies and with the finder chart.
STF 262ABD2h 29m 3.96s67 24' 8.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 16 4:43:25AKA Iota Cass, a very nice but difficult triple. I see a 5mv yellow primary with a yellow 8mv secondary at 2.5", pa 225°, and another orange 7mv secondary at 5", 120° pa. WDS data: 4.63 - 6.92mv, A5pSr, 231 pa, 2.8", 2010.
NGC 957N2h 33m 36s57 32' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 16 4:55:19There seems to be a cluster of 12-13mv stars here, but it doesn't match the chart. Not found?
NGC 651N1h 42m 18s51 35' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 16 20:40:30Part of M76, with NGC 650.
IC 5217N22h 23m 54s50 58' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 17 1:51:17Faint and tiny, like Neptune's ghost. Best in the 6mm.
IC 289N3h 10m 18s61 19' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 17 2:9:44The field was found, but I 289 was not visible. WikiSky: Obvious. Either it was so starlike I mistook it for a star, or it vanished. I suspect the former.
SW CetV1h 38m 29.26s1 21' 45.7" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 17 3:2:40028-01033-1 mv: 11.229 0028-01225-1 mv: 9.999. An 11mv star. It looked white, weird for an M7 star.
S CamV5h 41m 2.27s68 48' 5.38" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 17 3:14:40SAO 13583 mv: 7.4 4344-00766-1 mv: 9.615. A 7.5mv pale yellow orange star.
S CamV5h 41m 2.27s68 48' 5.38" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 17 9:15:554344-00766-1 mv: 9.615 A 9.8mv star with little color in it.
HJ 1505D20h 21m 14s43 35' 21.19" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 21 21:0:34The star was found, but it's not a 16.8" pair. Only a single star was found. There is a pair of 10mv stars at about that distance about an arc minute from the pair with pa 325°. This second pair is 145° pa from the single star. WDS data: 7.85 - 8.54mv, B9.5V, 109 pa, 17.0", 1991.
STF 284ABD2h 40m 44.95s61 16' 56.09" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 21 21:23:44An OK unequal pair. I see 7", 187° pa, WDS 5.3", 190° pa. WDS data: 7.92 - 9.88mv, O9.5III, 190 pa, 6.8", 2008.
IC 1805N2h 32m 42s61 27' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 21 21:27:54A wide grouping of around 8 9mv stars with about 20 11... fainter ones. Many of these stars appear double. A nice star field.
NGC 1027N2h 42m 42s61 33' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 21 21:32:23This cluster, along with I 1824 are a 7mv star surrounded by a few fainter ones. There is a hint of some 12 mv stars, but they are washed out in tonights almost full moon.
STF 2880D22h 11m 48.22s59 43' 15.1" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 22 20:58:57An OK, unequal pair WDS data: 7.43 - 9.3mv, G8II, 354 pa, 4.1", 2010.
X OphV18h 38m 21.03s8 49' 56.59" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 22 21:22:1SAO 123779 mv: 7.6 SAO 123690 mv: 5.4. A 7.4mv yellow star.
EY LyrV18h 40m 50.98s31 40' 19.56" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 22 21:27:25SAO 67237 mv: 9.4 2637-01534-1 mv: 8.673. A 9.1mv star that is barely yellow.
V AqlV19h 4m 24.23s-5 41' 11.29" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 22 21:33:46SAO 142956 mv: 8.1 SAO 142963 mv: 7.1. A 7.0mv star, pale red. The longer you look at it, the redder it gets.
R AqlV19h 6m 22.23s8 13' 46.08" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 22 21:44:541040-00556-1 mv: 11.407 1040-00822-1 mv: 11.312. A 11.5mv star, no color visible.
V398 LyrV19h 8m 13.15s39 9' 13.83" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 22 21:52:45SAO 67846 mv: 7.5 SAO 67881 mv: 8.2. A pale orange star of 7.5mv
STF 2481A BCD19h 11m 7.9s38 46' 48" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 22 21:55:8A superb pair of equally bright stars, I see 6" sep and 200° pa, WDS: 3.4" and 54° pa. Confirmed, CloudyNights post: 4.6", 206° pa and 199°, 4.4", Arnold, JDSO Spring 2007. WDS data: 8.39 - 8.31mv, G6V, 20 pa, 4.6", 2010.
STF 2303D18h 20m 5.14s-7 58' 52.9" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 24 20:8:16Companion not visible.
HJ 5082ABD19h 3m 3.8s-19 14' 44.39" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 24 20:17:4Companion not visible. Perhaps tonight's hazy skies hid it? WDS data: 6.15 - 9.00mv, G5II-III, 88 pa, 7.5", 2005.
STF 2504ABD19h 20m 59.85s19 8' 43.4" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 24 20:26:21An OK pair WDS data: 7.00 - 9.03mv, F5V, 281 pa, 8.9", 2007.
STF 2573D19h 40m 13.2s60 30' 25.59" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 24 20:30:20A nice, unequal pair WDS data: 6.51 - 8.91mv, A5V, 26 pa, 18.1", 2010.
NGC 6819N19h 41m 18s40 11' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 24 20:34:29A rich cluster of faint (11mv...) stars seen only with averted vision in tonight's moonwashed, hazy skies. Perhaps better in darker skies
STF 3057D0h 4m 54.97s58 31' 55.8" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 24 20:41:57A nice, unequal pair in a beautiful field. As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.70 - 9.30mv, B3V, 298 pa, 3.8", 2009.
STF 3049ABD23h 59m 0.53s55 45' 17.79" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 24 20:48:59A very nice, bright, unequal pair. As per the WDS. In a splendid star field. WDS data: 4.99 - 7.24mv, B1V, 326 pa, 3.1", 2007.
NGC 6830N19h 51m 0s23 4' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 29 19:13:17A cluster of ~8 stars brighter than 11mv, with a faint haze of dimmer ones. Hardly more than a chance clump in the milky way, visually. WikiSky does not show many dim ones, just the normal background of the milky way.
NGC 6834N19h 52m 12s29 25' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 29 19:28:12Two "bright" stars of aroung 10mv, surrounded by a haze of much fainter ones. Confirmed, WikiSky.
NGC 6842N19h 55m 0s29 17' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 29 19:32:50Not visible, much too faint. The field was found.
STF 128D1h 31m 41.15s61 2' 34.29" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 29 19:41:28A lackluster pair WDS data: 8.10 - 9.8mv, B7III, 309 pa, 11.3", 2007.
ARG 2ABD0h 45m 50.78s54 58' 40.8" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 29 19:49:56A lackluster pair. I see 3" sep, 50° pa, WDS: 13.8", 54° pa, 2010. WDS data: 7.87 - 9.81mv, F8V, 54 pa, 2.4", 2010.
BU 997D0h 4m 57.52s45 40' 25.59" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 29 19:56:58An OK pair. I see 350° pa, WDS sees 337° pa. WDS data: 7.64 - 9.39mv, F8IV-V, 337 pa, 4.0", 2008.
NGC 7790N23h 58m 24s61 13' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 29 20:3:174 "bright" (10-11mv) stars with a haze of around 20 fainter ones, visible in the 12.5 with averted vision. WikiSky: Confirmed.
NGC 7788N23h 56m 42s61 24' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 29 20:7:3810 "bright" (9-11mv) stars surounded with a haze of fainter ones (12mv...). WikiSky: Confirmed.
NGC 133N0h 31m 12s63 22' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 10 29 20:19:9The field was found but only a few stars of 9.5-11mv were seen. A similar sight was presented by N 146. WikiSky: Confirmed.
NGC 1976N5h 35m 24s-5 27' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 05 4:40In tonight's dew drenched sky, the great nebula looked blacklight poster blue green. The 28° latitude and high altitude of the nebula were probably contributing factors to its apparent brightness.
NGC 7049N21h 19m 0s-48 34' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 1 20:21:7 A round patch. Burnham: S0.
NGC 7213N22h 9m 18s-47 10' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 1 20:42:59Like a bright, unresolved globular. Alpha Grus is in the same field, to the NorthWest. Burnham: Sa.
NGC 7410N22h 55m 0s-39 40' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 1 20:47:19A small but bright streak in the sky, with a bright center. No dust lane seen. Very nice. Burnham: SB.
IC 5237N22h 42m 18s-30 3' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 1 20:53:49A faint smudge, even in tonight's superb sky. AKA 7361. An IC error. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 7496N23h 9m 48s-43 26' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 1 21:5:53A faint smudge, with no obvious central brightness. Weird, for a supposed Seyfert. Burnham: SBb.
NGC 7552N23h 16m 12s-42 35' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 1 21:8:52A bright, almost starlike center with an elliptical envelope of stardust around it. Beautiful. Burnham: SBa.
NGC 7599N23h 19m 18s-42 15' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 1 21:16:08Part of a complex smudge with IC 5308.
IC 5308N23h 19m 18s-42 16' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 1 21:16:08Part of a complex smudge with N 7599.
NGC 7582N23h 18m 24s-42 22' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 1 21:16:15Elongated in a N-S direction, faint nucleus. SBb.
NGC 7590N23h 18m 54s-42 14' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 1 21:16:8The center of a beautiful galaxy cluster. 7582 is elongated N-S, with a faint nucleus, 7590 is in pa ~70°, and N 7599 and I 5308 are a complex smudge. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 150N0h 34m 18s-27 48' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 1 21:46:49A marvelous galaxy, elliptical, elongated at about 4:1, mottled, with a tiny nucleus. Burnham: SB.
NGC 1049N2h 39m 42s-34 17' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 1 22:5:1Yes, it is almost starlike. Looks like a hazy star.
NGC 7079N21h 32m 30s-44 5' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 3 20:19:1A subtle brightening of the night sky, but this one is very close to the horizon, and the night is quite hazy. It would probably be much better in Australia. Burnham: S0.
NGC 7302N22h 32m 24s-14 7' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 3 20:27:51A moderately bright nucleus surrounded by an elliptical envelope elongated 3:2. Burnham: E3.
IC 5228N22h 32m 24s-14 8' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 3 20:29:26Same as 7302
NGC 7392N22h 51m 48s-20 36' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 3 20:33:52An edge on with a fairly bright nucleus. Nice galaxy. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 6629N18h 25m 42s-23 12' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 3 20:44:54A small bright round patch, no central star seen.
NGC 6907N20h 25m 6s-24 49' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 3 20:52:4A tilted face on Sc. 2:1 elongation. Burnham: SBb.
NGC 6925N20h 34m 18s-31 59' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 3 20:54:40A faint, almost face on spiral, 1:1.5 elongation. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 6958N20h 48m 36s-38 0' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 3 21:4:14Like a faint (12.5mv) star surrounded by a gossamer, round, envelope. Burnham: E0/E1.
NGC 7135N21h 49m 48s-34 53' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 3 21:9:34A faint, round, patch, slightly brighter towards the center. Burnham: S0.
NGC 1365N3h 33m 36s-36 8' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 2:28:53A bright nucleus, surrounded by a large, round, envelope. Burnham: SB.
NGC 1374N3h 35m 18s-35 14' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 2:32:54A small galaxy, a nucleus surrounded by a halo.
NGC 1375N3h 35m 12s-35 16' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 2:33:43A pair with 1374, but about a magnitude fainter. Portuguese Wikipedia: 12.2mv.
NGC 1373N3h 35m 6s-35 11' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 2:35:4Faint, but as large as its companions, 1374 and 1375. 1/2 mv fainter than 1374.
NGC 1379N3h 36m 6s-35 27' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 2:39:53Dyer's description that it looks like a globular is accurate. Nice elliptical. Burnham: E0.
NGC 1386N3h 36m 54s-36 0' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 2:49:40An edge on spiral with a bright nucleus. Burnham: S0.
NGC 1437N3h 43m 36s-35 52' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 2:55:36A very faint smudge, barely visible, even in tonight's clear skies. AKA 1436. An NGC error.
NGC 1436N3h 43m 36s-35 51' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 2:56:24A faint smudge. B:SBa.
NGC 1297N3h 19m 12s-19 6' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 3:6:51Faint, small, round. Near a star of similar (13mv) brightness. Burnham: E2.
NGC 1398N3h 38m 54s-26 20' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 3:10:54A bright, round, elliptical. Burnham: SBb. WikiSky: The bar is engulfed in a bright halo, lending the appearance of an elliptical.
NGC 1407N3h 40m 12s-18 35' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 3:15:26A bright E0? A pair with 1400. Burnham: E0.
NGC 1400N3h 39m 30s-18 41' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 3:15:7A bright E0? Burnham: E1/S0.
NGC 1402N3h 39m 24s-18 31' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 3:16:28A very faint patch, but "discovered" while observing 1400 and 1407. Brighter than 15mv. Dutch Wikipedia: 13.3mv.
NGC 1433N3h 42m 0s-47 13' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 3:20:20A bright galaxy, small, but very close to the horizon, so no accurate detail was seen. Burnham: SBa.
NGC 1426N3h 42m 48s-22 7' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 3:23:31A small, round, galaxy with a starlike nucleus. Burnham: E3.
NGC 1439N3h 44m 48s-21 55' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 3:26:31A small galaxy, a tiny nucleus surrounded by a halo, 2:3 elongation. Burnham: E1.
NGC 1415N3h 41m 0s-22 34' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 3:32:32A spiral with a faint, starlike nucleus, and a halo, 2:1 elongation. Burnham: Sa/Sb.
NGC 1395N3h 38m 30s-23 2' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 3:36:30Nice galaxy. A bright nucleus, surrounded by a round halo. Face on spiral? Burnham: E3.
NGC 1448N3h 44m 30s-44 39' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 3:42:49A faint, elongated (4:1) glow very near the horizon. Burnham: Sc/Sd.
NGC 1512N4h 3m 54s-43 21' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 3:48:51A large galaxy, with a large nucleus, surrounded by a bar and a complex halo, all very faint. Burnham: S0/SB.
NGC 1518N4h 6m 48s-21 11' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 3:59:31A medium sized, elongated smudge, 1:4. Burnham: SBc/pec.
NGC 1521N4h 8m 18s-21 3' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 4:1:9A faint, round spot, brighter towards the middle. Elliptical? Burnham: E3.
NGC 1532N4h 12m 6s-32 52' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 4:4:32A very nice galaxy, elongated (1:5), with more of the halo south of the nucleus. Edge on Sc? Burnham: Sb.
NGC 1531N4h 12m 0s-32 51' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 4:5:54A faint, nondescript companion to 1532. Burnham: E3.
NGC 1537N4h 13m 42s-31 39' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 4:8:24A face on spiral? Bright, starlike nucleus, with the halo offset to the north. Seyfert? Burnham: S0. No reference to it's being an active galaxy found.
NGC 1792N5h 5m 12s-37 59' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 4:13:59A bright, elongated(1:3), mottled, streak with hardly any nucleus. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 1808N5h 7m 42s-37 31' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 4:17:3A lovely, edge on spiral with an elongated nucleus. Fairly bright. B:Sb.
NGC 2217N6h 21m 42s-27 14' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 4:28:51Looks like a star with a halo around it. Bright, but hard to see amongst the rich star field it's in. Burnham: SBa.
NGC 2298N6h 49m 0s-36 0' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 4:34:56A nice, easily resolved GC. It appeared slightly asymetric. Brightest stars 13.4mv ngciciproject.org "A cluster being disrupted" deMarchi & Pulone, Ast&AstPhy May, 2007.
NGC 2447N7h 44m 36s-23 52' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 4:38:11AKA M 93. A very large, rich open cluster, it fills the field of the 30mm.
NGC 134N0h 30m 24s-33 15' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 21:15:54An almost edge on spiral, slightly mottled, with a faint nucleus. 1:5 elongation. Burnham: Sb/Sc.
NGC 148N0h 34m 18s-31 47' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 21:23:21A small, elongated (3:1) patch with a tiny, somewhat bright, nucleus. Burnham: E4/S0.
NGC 7531N23h 14m 48s-43 36' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 21:28:45An edge on elongated in ~0° pa, with a faint nucleus. B:Sb, WikiSky: PA more like 10°. The spiral arms are faint, leading to the edge on appearance.
NGC 254N0h 47m 30s-31 25' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 21:35:18A tilted spiral? 3:1 elongation. Small, bright nucleus. Burnham: E4/S0.
NGC 289N0h 52m 42s-31 12' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 21:44:40A fairly bright, somewhat tilted Sb (?) spiral. A bit of mottling was glimpsed. Burnham: Sb/Sc.
NGC 578N1h 30m 30s-22 40' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 21:49:24A large, quite faint, elliptical 1:1.5 smudge. Sb-Sc? There was perhaps a bit of mottling. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 613N1h 34m 18s-29 25' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 21:54:20An elogated (1:5) edge on, with a bright nucleus and a uniformly bright halo. Burnham: SBc. WikiSky: A bright bar and faint arms give the edge on appearance.
HJ 3447D1h 36m 8.5s-29 54' 26.5" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 5 22:2:21Star found, but not split. < 2". Tonight's skies are not too steady. WDS data: 5.97 - 7.35mv, F2V, 185 pa, 0.8", 2010.
IC 5267N22h 57m 12s-43 24' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 20:9:56A faint smudge, elongated 1:1.5, gbm. E3? Burnham: Sa
NGC 7418N22h 56m 36s-37 2' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 20:24:34A very faint patch, gbm. Burnham: SBc.
NGC 7421N22h 56m 54s-37 21' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 20:27:39A faint patch, gbm. No real details seen. There is another patch, about 5' east, even fainter. Not on the chart. The other patch was not found on WikiSky. A comet? Burnham: 7421 is an SBa.
NGC 7144N21h 52m 42s-48 15' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 21:22:55A small patch, slightly brighter towards the middle. In the same field as 7145. Burnham: E0.
NGC 7145N21h 53m 18s-47 53' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 21:24:16A small patch, fainter than 7144, but otherwise similar to it. Burnham: E0.
NGC 7166N22h 0m 42s-43 25' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 21:27:8Small, bright, elongated 1:3(?). Edge on spiral? Burnham: S0, WikiSky: 1:3 elongation confirmed.
NGC 7162N21h 59m 48s-43 19' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 21:28:3A very faint, elongated (1:3) smudge. No pronounced nucleus. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 7172N22h 2m 0s-31 52' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 21:33:37With 7176, a pair of small but bright spirals? Another star 5' west appears to be a galaxy, and 7172 is just North. Impressive galaxy cluster. Burnham: 7172 is an Sa.
NGC 7173N22h 2m 0s-31 58' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 21:33:37With 7176 and 7174. a trio of small but bright spirals? Another star 5' west appers to be a galaxy, and 7172 is just North. Impressive galaxy cluster. With 7174 and 7176, A trio of interacting galaxies - HubbleSite.org.
NGC 7176N22h 2m 6s-31 59' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 21:33:37With 7174, a pair of small but bright spirals? Another star 5' west appers to be a galaxy, and 7172 is just North. Impressive galaxy cluster. With 7173 and 7174, A trio of interacting galaxies - HubbleSite.org.
NGC 7174N22h 2m 6s-31 59' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 21:33:37With 7176, a pair of small but bright spirals? Another star 5' west appers to be a galaxy, and 7172 is just North. Impressive galaxy cluster. With 7173 and 7176, A trio of interacting galaxies - HubbleSite.org.
NGC 7201N22h 6m 30s-31 16' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 21:42:32A group of 3 galaxies. 7203 is the brightest, all of the others are small and at the limits of visibility, found only with the chart. 7201 is an Sa in the Spanish Wikipedia.
NGC 7203N22h 6m 42s-31 10' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 21:42:32A group of 3 galaxies. 7203 is the brightest, all of the others are small and at the limits of visibility, found only with the chart. No classifications found, not in B, but it looks like an Sa to me. Note that N 7202 does not exist.
NGC 7204N22h 6m 54s-31 3' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 21:42:32A group of 3 galaxies. 7203 is the brightest, all of the others are small and at the limits of visibility, found only with the chart. A pair of galaxies, an S0 and an SBa. 7202 does not exist.
NGC 7221N22h 11m 18s-30 37' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 21:45:28A small, elongated patch, 1:1.5. Gbm. Wikipedia: SBbc
NGC 7412N22h 55m 48s-42 39' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 21:54:22A faint, slightly elongated patch 1:1.5.B: SBb.
NGC 7424N22h 57m 18s-41 4' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 22:17:48A smudge of a center, surrounded by a faint haze of an envelope. Sb or Sc? Burnham: Sc. Wikipedia: SBc
NGC 7513N23h 13m 12s-28 22' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 22:23:6A faint bar surrounded by a much fainter halo. Burnham: SB.
IC 5332N23h 34m 30s-36 6' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 22:26:59A large, but very faint, brightening of the night sky. vgbm. Burnham: Sc, WikiSky: face on.
NGC 7764N23h 50m 54s-40 44' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 22:49:10A tiny patch, brighter in the middle. Burnham: I/Sb.
NGC 45N0h 14m 6s-23 11' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 22:53:14A very large, very faint smudge, elongated 1:1.5. Burnham: Spiral, WikiSky, Barred Spiral, Looks to me like an Sd.
NGC 908N2h 23m 6s-21 14' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 22:57:52A large, elongated 1:5, smudge. Slightly mottled, nucleus off center towards the west. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 1097N2h 46m 18s-30 17' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 23:4:8A bright nucleus, elongated 1:1.5 surrounded by a faint halo, elongated 1:6. An edge on spiral? Wikisky: A barred spiral, with a bright bar and faint arms. B:SBb.
NGC 1201N3h 4m 6s-26 4' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 23:13:26Very small, but bright. Like a fuzzy star. E0? Burnham: S0 WikiSky: Round nucleus, surrounded by a faint elliptical (2:1) halo.
NGC 1079N2h 43m 42s-29 0' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 23:25:42As per Dyer's description. Burnham: Sa.
NGC 1291N3h 17m 18s-41 8' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 23:28:52A bright E0, looking much like a globular cluster. B, and WikiSky: An SB!
NGC 1302N3h 19m 54s-26 4' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 23:32:10A small galaxy with a bright nucleus, surrounded by a faint halo. Elliptical? Burnham: SBa.
NGC 1316N3h 22m 42s-37 12' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 23:36:40A bright nucleus surrounded by a faint halo Sa or Sb? A pair with 1317. Nice. Wikipedia: Elliptical, AKA Fornax A, active nucleus.
NGC 1317N3h 22m 48s-37 6' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 23:36:40Smaller and fainter than 1316, and just North of it. Burnham: SB.
NGC 1326N3h 23m 54s-36 28' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 23:40:17A bright, starlike nucleus surrounded by a faint, uniform halo. Seyfert? Looks like a PN. SEDS.org: SB0. No reports of an active nucleus.
NGC 1341N3h 28m 0s-37 9' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 23:44:6A rather faint, face on spiral? Burnham: SBa.
NGC 1332N3h 26m 18s-21 20' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 23:49:45An edge on spiral with a bright nucleus. 1331 is just east of it and quite a bit fainter. Burnham: E7/S0
NGC 1331N3h 26m 30s-21 21' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 23:49:45A smudge, gbm. 1332 is just west of it and a 2 magnitudes brighter. E2, Dutch Wikipedia.
NGC 1315N3h 23m 6s-21 23' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 23:53:471325, 1319, and 1315 are three very faint patches, without any decernable detail. 1325 is the brightest. 1315 is an S0 of 14.0 magnitude (blue), Wikipedia.
NGC 1319N3h 23m 54s-21 32' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 23:53:471325, 1319, and 1315 are three very faint patches, without any decernable detail. 1325 is the brightest. A lenticulear (S0). Dutch Wikipedia.
NGC 1325N3h 24m 24s-21 33' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 23:53:471325, 1319, and 1315 are three very faint patches, without any decernable detail. 1325 is the brightest. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 1344N3h 28m 18s-31 4' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 6 23:58:59Bright nucleus, elliptical (2:1) halo. Nice galaxy. Burnham: E5.
NGC 1350N3h 31m 6s-33 38' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 7 0:1:52A bright nucleus surrounded by an elliptical halo, 1:3. Like M 31, only the nucleus is quite bright. Seyfert? Not a Seyfert: Wikipedia.
NGC 7317N22h 35m 54s33 57' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 7 0:1:52 One of Stephen's quartet. A faint patch, along with 7320, 7318, and 7319. The pair of galaxies that comprises 7318 were not resolved.
NGC 7318N22h 36m 0s33 58' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 7 0:1:52 One of Stephen's quartet. A faint patch, along with 7320, 7319, and 7317. The pair of galaxies that comprises 7318 were not resolved.
NGC 7320N22h 36m 6s33 57' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 7 0:1:52 One of Stephen's quartet. A faint patch, along with 7327, 7318, and 7319. The pair of galaxies that comprises 7318 were not resolved.
NGC 7319N22h 36m 6s33 59' 0" C-11Fall Star Party2010 11 7 0:1:52 One of Stephen's quartet. A faint patch, along with 7320, 7318, and 7317. The pair of galaxies that comprises 7318 were not resolved.
STT 422D20h 54m 45.29s45 8' 10.6" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 9 20:17:29A difficult pair, as the companion is faint and close to the primary. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.83 - 9.81mv, A0V, 332 pa, 2.6", 2007.
NGC 6997N20h 56m 30s44 38' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 9 20:25:13A clump of around 20 stars, 11-13mv.
SEI 858D20h 5m 56.71s35 45' 21" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 9 20:39:21A nice double, just south of SHJ 314. I see 240° pa, WDS: 28° pa. A beautiful field. WDS data: 11.2 - 11.4mv, U, 28 pa, 19.8", 2002.
NGC 6871N20h 5m 54s35 47' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 9 20:42:34A cluster of doubles. A delightful starscape.
NGC 6883N20h 11m 18s35 51' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 9 20:46:29A few (~20) 10-12mv stars, which appear to be enveloped in nebulosity. WikiSky: Nebulosity confirmed.
NGC 6910N20h 23m 6s40 47' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 9 20:53:57A lovely cluster just north of Gamma Cyg, consisting of two chains of 10mv stars, with 8mv stars at either end of the chains. WkikSky: confirmed.
STF 2679ABD20h 24m 22.59s19 34' 30" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 9 21:5:56A lackluster pair, as per the WDS. There is a 11mv star 30", 140° pa wrt the primary. WDS data: 7.88 - 9.69mv, A2V, 78 pa, 24.2", 2005.
NGC 1528N4h 15m 24s51 14' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 9 21:21:40A large, scattered group of about 50 stars, 10-12mv. Nice.
NGC 1545N4h 20m 54s50 15' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 9 21:25:58An isoceles triangle of three 7-8mv stars, with a few 9mv outliers. Lackluster. WikiSky: Confirmed.
NGC 1444N3h 49m 24s52 40' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 10 20:49:593 faint (12mv) stars were seen. Lackluster, to say the least.
ES 12ACD3h 49m 27.56s52 39' 19.4" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 10 20:51:45A lackluster pair, I see 255° pa, WDS: 39° pa, 1999. WDS data: 6.86 - 12.0mv, B0.5III, 39 pa, 11.7", 1999.
NGC 7261N22h 20m 24s58 5' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 10 21:1:158 stars 9-12mv, with a faint smattering of a few 13mv stars.
NGC 7281N22h 24m 42s57 50' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 10 21:2:375 10-11 mv stars in a row, with 2 stars south of them. Cluster?
NGC 189N0h 39m 36s61 4' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 10 21:13:295 10-11mv stars, with about 10 13-14mv stars clustered around them. Lackluster.
NGC 136N0h 31m 30s61 32' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 10 21:21:0A very faint, small patch.
STT 33ABD1h 37m 22.86s58 38' 14.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 10 21:26:31A nice, wide pair. Pastel blue white and orange. 80° pa. WDS:77° pa. 2010. WDS data: 7.26 - 8.96mv, B3IV, 77 pa, 26.9", 2010.
NGC 956N2h 32m 24s44 39' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 12 2:37:48Around 5 9-11mv stars with a possible haze of fainter ones (13.5...mv) just to the west. Lackluster. WikiSky: Confirmed.
BU 1374D2h 51m 31.7s60 35' 7" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 12 2:55:12Swept up while looking at IC 1848. A faint pair of almost equally bright stars. WDS data: 10.88 - 12.19mv, U, 71 pa, 12.5", 2007.
STF 306ABD2h 51m 7.97s60 25' 3.89" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 12 2:57:33A fascinating pair, as the secondary, at pa 10°, has a second star just beyond it, at the same distance, also in pa 10°. WikiSky: confirmed. WDS data: 7.39 - 9.09mv, O6f, 93 pa, 2.2", 2008.
IC 1848N2h 51m 12s60 26' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 12 3:0:54A lackluster, scattered group of around 10 stars, 7-10mv.
NGC 1342N3h 31m 36s37 20' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 12 3:7:50A nice cluster of ~25 stars, 9-11mv. There is a bright yellow 6.5mv star around a degree (6 minutes, RA) east of the cluster not on the chart. (Perhaps just off of it?) WikiSky: The star is 7.3mv, and it is yellow.
NGC 1964N5h 33m 24s-21 57' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 12 3:35:14A faint, small, round patch gbm. Burnham: Sb, 11.8mv. WkikSky: looks like an SBb to me.
NGC 1981N5h 35m 12s-4 26' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 12 3:38:43A field filling cluster of around 10 bright, blue white stars. Just North of M 42. Superb, but dwarfed by M 42 itself.
NGC 2232N6h 26m 36s-4 45' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 12 3:43:57A huge cluster ~2° across, of ~20 bright (6-8 mv) stars.
NGC 524N1h 24m 48s9 32' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 13 2:39:53A barely visible ghost of a smudge, in these light polluted skies. Burnham: E1.
NGC 772N1h 59m 18s19 1' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 13 2:45:21A very faint smudge, hiding in the light pollution. Seen only with the finder chart and telescope motion. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 1052N2h 41m 6s-8 15' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 13 2:55:33Extremly faint in tonight's urban skies. Seen when the telescope was moving. B:E3.
NGC 936N2h 27m 36s-1 9' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 13 3:0:9This one was bright enough to see without telescope movement. Still, a faint smudge aganist the bright, streetlit sky. Would be nice to revist in the C-11 under darks skies. Burnham: SBa.
BU 85D3h 55m 26.06s17 37' 57.6" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 13 3:14:19A difficult pair, as the companion seems fainter than its listed 9.95mv. More like 11mv to my eye. I see 215°, WDS sees 217° pa. WDS data: 7.95 - 9.95mv, G5, 217 pa, 3.9", 2010.
NGC 1982N5h 35m 36s-5 16' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 13 3:26:25M 43. Bright nebulosity surrounding nu Ori. About 5' across.
NGC 2175N6h 9m 48s20 19' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 13 3:42:50The field was found, but I see no cluster, just the Milky way. Perhaps a slight clump of 12... stars was seen, but nothing I would call a cluster. WikiSky: It's at the center of a faint nebulosity, drounded by the urban skies.
NGC 2186N6h 12m 12s5 27' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 13 3:53:34A tiny cluster, 1.5' across, with 2 10mv stars, and 5 12...mv stars. WikiSky: confirmed
IC 418N5h 27m 30s-12 42' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 13 4:5:59A small (10"), bright, round 9mv planetary. It was best in the 6mm, and the central star was glimpsed.
NGC 2343N7h 8m 18s-10 39' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 13 4:15:34A cluster of 3 8-9mv stars with around 15 10-13mv stars clumped around it. Nice field.
IC 2177N7h 5m 6s-10 42' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 13 4:24:52A slight brightening of the night sky, surrounding a chain of 11mv stars, filling half of the field of the 12.5mm, or about 8'. WikiSky: A nebulous patch, invisible in the light pollution. Burnham: extremly faint.
NGC 2335N7h 6m 36s-10 5' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 13 4:27:9A chance grouping of 1 7mv, 2 8mv and around 10 12...mv stars. Unimpressive as a cluster, but in a nice field.
NGC 2353N7h 14m 36s-10 18' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 13 4:38:43A lovely starscape. The cluster itself is a loose grouping of doubles, with a 6mv B star on its southern border.
NGC 2360N7h 17m 48s-15 37' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 13 4:48:4A small scattering of 9...mv stars. Most of the faint stars in the finder chart with the cluster are not visible in tonight's light pollution.
LAL 53D7h 19m 20.04s-22 2' 55.4" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 13 4:57:8An exquisite pair of equally bright white stars with green (!) overtones. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.61 - 7.73mv, A4V, 166 pa, 3.8", 2000.
NGC 2367N7h 20m 6s-21 56' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 13 5:1:25A tiny "V" asterism of ~ 4 10mv stars. The top east star is a pair of 10mv stars, in 290° pa, 2.5" sep.
HLD 87ABD7h 20m 6.52s-21 52' 58.3" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 13 5:1:25A pair of 10mv stars, in 290° pa, 2.5" sep. WDS: 275° pa, 5: sep. WDS data: 9.38 - 9.87mv, B2/3III:, 275° pa, 4.6", 1999.
NGC 559N1h 29m 30s63 18' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 14 1:30:34A faint smattering of nebulosity surrounding 3 9-10mv stars. WikiSky: the nebulosity is a cloud of about 30 13...mv stars. Tonight's skies were hazy, and the night ended early, clouded out.
STF 183AB CD1h 55m 7.39s28 47' 52" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 14 1:42:0A nice, unequal pair WDS data: 7.67 - 9.26mv, U, 162 pa, 5.6", 2008.
CHE 39ABD2h 5m 16.96s29 6' 14.6" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 14 2:12:16Field not found. Clouds? WDS data: 7.95 - 9.9mv, K1III, 40 pa, 19.2", 2008.
CHE 39ABD2h 5m 16.96s29 6' 14.6" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 18 3:51:57Still not found in the horizon haze! WDS data: 7.95 - 9.9mv, K1III, 40 pa, 19.2", 2008.
IC 448N6h 32m 42s7 19' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 18 4:15:50There seems to be a bit of nebulosity near the star (13 Mon), but it's on the east, not west side of the star. WikiSky: Nebulosity on both sides of the star.
NGC 2251N6h 34m 42s8 22' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 18 4:19:31an arc of around 8 stars 8-9mv, with around 7 others around it. There is a pretty quadruple of stars at the bottom of the field, all in a line.
NGC 2254N6h 36m 0s7 40' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 18 4:22:5A smudge in the sky of 12...mv stars. There is a 10mv star in the foreground. It is around 7' in size.
NGC 2345N7h 8m 18s-13 10' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 18 4:33:41A lackluster group of ~15 stars, 9mv... There is a pair in the center, 10", 65° pa.
HJ 3930D7h 8m 21.85s-13 10' 23.19" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 18 4:33:41In the center of N 2345, 10", 65° pa. WDS data: 10.20 - 11.02mv, U, 73° pa, 15.3", 1998.
NGC 2374N7h 24m 0s-13 16' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 18 4:38:55A large, 30' group of ~15 9...mv stars. Barely stands out from the rest of the milky way.
NGC 2423N7h 37m 6s-13 52' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 18 4:43:58A coarse cluster of 8...mv stars. There are 5 pairs in it. Nice.
STF 1121ABD7h 36m 36.06s-14 29' 3.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 18 4:47:55A superb pair of white stars, 5", 310° pa. WDS data: 6.92 - 7.30mv, B6VB6V, 305 pa, 7.2", 2011.
NGC 2437N7h 41m 48s-14 49' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 18 4:57:32A large cluster of 10...mv stars with a planetary at its north edge.
NGC 2539N8h 10m 42s-12 50' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 18 5:2:59A loose cluster of around 30 10mv... stars. 19 Pup, a 4mv G star is 10' southeast of the cluster. WikiSky: Confirmed.
NGC 2482N7h 54m 54s-24 18' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 18 5:7:41This is more of a chance grouping of stars in the milky way than a cluster. Lackluster. WikiSky: Confirmed.
STF 2939D22h 45m 20.79s-9 38' 40.29" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 19 21:7:3A truly lackluster pair, even considering these moonwashed, urban skies. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.44 - 9.30mv, A7III, 62 pa, 10.4", 2009.
NGC 7039N21h 11m 12s45 39' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 19 21:15:58Hardly a clumping of the milky way a few, widly spaced 6...mv stars with a faint haze of 11... mv background star. Probably a real cluster, but not at all good visually. WikiSky: Confirmed.
NGC 7023N21h 0m 30s68 10' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 19 21:33:29Only the 7mv V380 Cep was seen in these moonwashed, urban skies. No hint of a cluster, and never mind nebulosity.
STF 80ABD0h 59m 23.3s0 46' 43.49" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 19 22:10:22A wide pair, primary red, secondary, blue, both very pastel. I see 345° pa, WDS sees 338° pa (2000). WDS data: 7.82 - 9.05mv, K5II-III, 338 pa, 29.2", 2010.
STF 517D4h 16m 1.43s0 27' 13.9" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 19 22:30:3An OK pair, I see 5° pa, WDS: 9° pa. WDS data: 7.39 - 9.26mv, A1V, 9 pa, 3.0", 2009.
CHE 39ABD2h 5m 16.96s29 6' 14.6" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 19 22:39:26Star finally found, but the companion was not visible. WkikSky: The companion is there. Wrong star! Next time, star hop from Alpha Tri. WDS data: 7.95 - 9.9mv, K1III, 40 pa, 19.2", 2008.
STF 385D3h 29m 4.13s59 56' 25.19" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 27 19:51:8A difficult pair, the secondary being engulfed in the 3rd or 4th diffraction rings, madly dancing about in tonight's clear but windy sky. Invisible in the 24 and 12.5, best in the 9, and washed out in the 6. As per the WDS. WDS data: 4.23 - 7.80mv, B9Ia, 162 pa, 2.3", 2006.
STF 5D0h 10m 2.18s11 8' 44.89" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 27 20:0:5A lackluster pair, the secondary is quite faint. As per the WDS. WDS data: 5.54 - 9.44mv, B9Vn, 162 pa, 7.9", 2003.
NGC 7510N23h 11m 30s60 34' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 27 20:23:42A fairly compact, small (4') cluster. The edge of the cluster is an equilateral triangle of stars, the northern most one being faint, 11mv. Most of the cluster is in the southern 2' of it, with around 7 10mv stars in it. WikiSky: The northern most star is 12.3mv. The fainter stars, barely glimpsed, were 13mv.
V356 CepV23h 13m 30.12s60 30' 19.7" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 27 20:33:124279-02016-1 mv: 11.023 4279-02217-1 mv: 10.292. A 10.3mv star, slighly reddish in color.
NGC 7209N22h 5m 12s46 30' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 28 20:17:37A large, triangular cluster (isosceles) with the tip pointing north. About 40 stars 9...mv, 30' across the base.
HJ 1721D22h 5m 44.53s29 54' 23.29" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 28 20:26:7A nice, unequal pair, pastel orange and blue. I see 275°, WDS sees 265°. 2010. WDS data: 7.94 - 9.41mv, M, 265 pa, 12.4", 2010.
NGC 7380N22h 47m 0s58 6' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 28 20:31:28A widely scattered cluster of ~20 9...mv stars in a lovely field.
STT 480D22h 46m 5.29s58 4' 19.59" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 28 20:36:20This appears to be a different pair entirely. 5mv - 7.5mv, 40", 300° pa. Both white. WDS data: 7.65 - 8.64mv, F8, 117 pa, 30.6", 2010.
STF 2953D22h 52m 45.79s60 54' 58.6" C-8Little Tycho2010 11 28 20:53:38A lackluster pair WDS data: 7.63 - 9.52mv, A0V+G0III, 138 pa, 8.4", 2002.
NGC 6882N20h 11m 42s26 33' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 1 20:11:1A coarse grouping of bright stars, a 6mv, 5 9mv stars, and 10 10mv stars.
NGC 7063N21h 24m 24s36 30' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 1 20:28:37A coarse group of about 10 8...mv stars. Towards the center there is a faint pair, 10-12mv, 6" sep, pa 45°.
ES 2125ABD21h 24m 29.21s36 31' 30.9" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 1 20:28:37In the center of the coarse cluster N_7073 there is a faint pair, ES_2125, 10-12mv, 6" sep, pa 45°. WDS reports the separation as 2". WDS data: 10.41 - 11.82mv, U, 36° pa, 1.9", 2002.
STF 2992ABD23h 13m 6.31s40 0' 10.1" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 1 20:36:18A wide, unequal pair WDS data: 7.66 - 9.59mv, A7III, 285 pa, 14.3", 2002.
NGC 7686N23h 30m 12s49 8' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 1 20:44:38A 6, 7, two 9, and 4 11mv stars in a loose group.
STF 3037ABD23h 46m 8.03s60 28' 23.4" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 1 20:53:47The companion was invisible in the 24mm, but seen with difficulty in the 9mm. I saw 2" sep, 220° sep. There are quite a few observations in the WDS, only one of which agrees with mine. WDS data: 7.35 - 9.20mv, K0, 212 pa, 2.6", 2004.
STF 1573D11h 49m 10.5s67 19' 42.79" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 6 4:16:33An exquisite pair WDS data: 7.50 - 8.30mv, G8III, 178 pa, 11.1", 1999.
STF 1516ABD11h 15m 11.9s73 28' 30.69" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 6 4:21:38A wide pairWDS data: 7.77 - 8.23mv, K5, 103 pa, 62.5", 2003.
NGC 3516N11h 6m 48s72 34' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 6 4:25:9A faint, small round patch, between 2 stars, 10.5 and 11mv.
STF 1347D9h 23m 15.75s3 30' 5" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 6 4:35:32A nice, wide pair WDS data: 7.33 - 8.26mv, F0, 312 pa, 21.2", 2002.
BU 335D8h 48m 12.23s2 34' 48.39" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 6 4:54:8Secondary very faint, I see it as 10mv. Hard to see. I see 280° pa, WDS: 266°. WDS data: 7.46 - 9.41mv, F5, 266 pa, 2.6", 2000.
STF 638D5h 14m 19.84s69 49' 25.3" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 8 19:44:40A lovely, unequal pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.52 - 9.06mv, K1IV, 219 pa, 5.0", 2000.
HJ 3437D1h 28m 5.84s-17 15' 41.59" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 8 20:13:6An OK pair WDS data: 7.41 - 9.36mv, F2III, 247 pa, 11.9", 2002.
IC 342N3h 46m 48s68 6' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 8 20:30:22Like a fuzzy star. The 12mv stars close by are easier to see. WikiSky: A face on Sc. Only the nucleus was seen.
STF 1118ACD7h 37m 25.89s38 52' 5.5" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 8 20:57:1A lackluster pair, found while searching for N 2419 in urban skies. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.99 - 10.69mv, A0, 18 pa, 23.7", 2007.
STF 946D6h 44m 51.61s59 26' 57.39" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 8 21:2:49A nice, unequal pair WDS data: 7.30 - 9.11mv, F5, 130 pa, 4.0", 2008.
STF 711ABD5h 31m 28.89s54 39' 15.79" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 9 20:6:11A dull, unequal pair WDS data: 7.78 - 9.67mv, G1K2, 226 pa, 7.9", 2007.
NGC 7160N21h 53m 42s62 36' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 9 20:25:51This appears to be more a chance grouping of 2 bright (7.5mv) stars and 4 9mv stars than a true cluster. Nice field, though.
VV CepV21h 56m 39.17s63 37' 31.34" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 9 20:31:40 A bright, 5mv star, pale orange in color. Brighter than anything else in the field, and therefore hard to get an accurate brighness for.
NGC 7082N21h 29m 24s47 5' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 9 20:42:6A loose grouping of ~20 stars, 8...mv.
NGC 7067N21h 24m 12s48 1' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 9 20:49:0I don't see any nebulosity here. I do see a faint pair of 12mv stars. There are a few other 11-12 mv stars close by. It looks more like a chance grouping than a cluster.
STF 2785D21h 17m 36.78s39 44' 46.1" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 14 18:37:45A very difficult pair in tonght's moonwashed skies. Lackluser. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.94 - 9.94mv, F2V, 233 pa, 2.9", 2009.
STF 2567ABD19h 44m 6.09s12 22' 21.1" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 15 18:53:15A wide, lackluster pair WDS data: 7.93 - 9.96mv, A2V, 312 pa, 17.8", 2009.
STF 2570AB CD19h 44m 56.78s10 46' 30" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 15 18:58:51A nice, unequal pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.62 - 9.81mv, B3IV-V, 283 pa, 4.6", 2001.
STF 2587D19h 51m 26.82s4 5' 19.09" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 15 19:6:42A difficult pair, in tonight's moon washed sky. The compaion was all but invisible, seen well only with the 9mm, barely glimpsed in lower powers, it's lost in the bright sky and glare of the primary. As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.71 - 9.42mv, A5V+K2III, 101 pa, 4.1", 2006.
STT 389ACD19h 51m 41.32s31 8' 16.1" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 15 19:13:59An OK pair in a field of wide pairs I noticed at least 5 wide, faint doubles in the 18mm field. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.12 - 9.53mv, F0IV, 182 pa, 12.6", 2010.
STF 2604D19h 52m 47.68s64 10' 33.79" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 15 19:17:50An OK wide pair WDS data: 6.89 - 9.02mv, G5, 183 pa, 27.9", 2010.
STF 49D0h 40m 47.49s-7 13' 57.49" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 15 19:29:6A nice, unequal pair. I see 345° pa, 6" sep, WDS: 322° pa, 4.5" sep. WDS data: 7.12 - 9.98mv, G1V, 322 pa, 8.6", 2002.
STF 3058D0h 5m 9.23s30 19' 44.49" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 15 20:38:20A nice, wide pair WDS data: 7.81 - 9.21mv, F3VF6V, 51 pa, 12.5", 2010.
NGC 1907N5h 28m 0s35 19' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 15 20:53:5A small scatter of ~ 20 9...mv stars, a degree south of M 38.
V623 CasV3h 11m 24.43s57 54' 17.91" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 17 20:17:26SAO 23855 mv: 8.6 3710-00121-1 mv: 10.314. A dusky, yellow star of 8.2mv.
STF 583ABD4h 40m 56.21s0 57' 46" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 22 19:52:52A pretty pair. The third 10.2mv star mentioned by the WDS does not look like it's part of the system. WDS data: 7.88 - 9.28mv, A0IV, 328 pa, 5.7", 2000.
NGC 1582N4h 32m 0s43 51' 0" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 22 19:59:59A large (25'), loose arc of 8-9mv stars with three wide pairs in them. There might be a smattering of 12mv stars at the NE end of the arc.
STF 521D4h 21m 45.38s50 2' 6.49" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 22 20:13:25A close pair. I see 270° pa, WDS sees 259° pa, 2008. WDS data: 7.44 - 9.17mv, G0, 259 pa, 2.0", 2008.
STF 483D4h 4m 7.09s39 30' 35" C-8Little Tycho2010 12 22 20:37:12A nice, close pair, 30° pa, WDS: 58° (2009). WDS data: 7.38 - 9.35mv, G5, 58 pa, 1.4", 2009.
NGC 7226N22h 10m 30s55 25' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 1 3 19:41:52Field found, cluster not visible. Hard to see on WikiSky, too.
IC 1434N22h 10m 30s52 50' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 1 3 19:49:49A slight brightening of the sky at this position. No sign of 12mv stars. Barely a clump on WikiSky, too.
HJ 3524D2h 42m 57.43s-20 17' 21.19" C-8Little Tycho2011 1 3 19:58:3An OK pair, yellow and bluish. I see 165° pa, WDS: 164, 2003. WDS data: 7.67 - 9.16mv, G0, 164 pa, 19.7", 2003.
NGC 191N0h 39m 0s-9 0' 0" C-11LBRP2011 1 4 18:46:52The verriest smudge. Invisible in the 30mm, only glimpsed in the 12.5. The companion IC galaxy was invisible.
NGC 210N0h 40m 36s-13 52' 0" C-11LBRP2011 1 4 18:53:24A faint, round smudge with a brighter middle. E0? WikiSky: A spiral, I only saw the nucleus. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 309N0h 56m 42s-9 55' 0" C-11LBRP2011 1 4 18:58:44A very faint galaxy, large (~3') and amorphus. Face on SBc? Burnham: Sc, but it looks like SBc to me on WikiSky.
NGC 467N1h 19m 12s3 18' 0" C-11LBRP2011 1 4 19:3:20A 2x3' galaxy, elongated NW to SE. A spiral? Fairly bright, compared to the other galaxies seen tonight. MNRAS, 1991: Face on SO.
NGC 470N1h 19m 42s3 25' 0" C-11LBRP2011 1 4 19:4:45A pair of fuzzies, along with N 474. In the same field as N 467. A memorable field for a darker sky than this.
NGC 499N1h 23m 12s33 28' 0" C-11LBRP2011 1 4 19:19:28The brightest member of a galaxy cluster, seen through the star fields of Andromeda. I could only see this giant E0, the other galaxies were much too difficult to tell from faint stars, which abound in this field. About 2', brighter towards the middle. Sources on the internet list this as an S0, which seem confirmed by the WikiSky image.
NGC 596N1h 32m 54s-7 2' 0" C-11LBRP2011 1 4 19:27:21A round glow with a bright middle. Spiral? Sb?
NGC 615N1h 35m 6s-7 20' 0" C-11LBRP2011 1 4 19:36:44A bright galaxy, 1.5x3', elongated NW to SE. Bright nucleus. Confirmed, WikiSky. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 596N1h 32m 54s-7 2' 0" C-11LBRP2011 1 4 19:37:12A faint, uniform smudge. Burnham: E2.
NGC 636N1h 39m 6s-7 31' 0" C-11LBRP2011 1 4 19:40:15A small, bright galaxy, gbm. E? Burnham: E1.
NGC 660N1h 43m 0s13 38' 0" C-11LBRP2011 1 4 19:43:13A large (10') galaxy with very low surface brighness. No distinct nucleus. Sd? Internet: A "Polar ring" galaxy, the apparent merger of two galaxies. Sd is not far off the mark.
NGC 720N1h 53m 0s-13 44' 0" C-11LBRP2011 1 4 19:48:40A small, bright galaxy, somewhat elongted in NWN-SES direction, gbm. Burnham: E4, WikiSky, ~ 320° pa.
NGC 718N1h 53m 12s4 12' 0" C-11LBRP2011 1 4 19:52:3A small, bright, round galaxy, gbm. E? Burnham: Sb. I only saw the bright, round nucleus.
NGC 741N1h 56m 24s5 38' 0" C-11LBRP2011 1 4 19:57:27A small, faint, round (?) galaxy, gbm, amorphus envelope. Burnham: E1.
NGC 779N1h 59m 42s-5 58' 0" C-11LBRP2011 1 4 20:0:47A somewhat tilted (3x5') Sb or Sc? Elongated N-S. WikiSky: 340° pa. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 821N2h 8m 24s11 0' 0" C-11LBRP2011 1 4 20:6:4A small galaxy very close to an 9mv star. Bright middle, amorphus envleope. Sa? Burnham: E2.
NGC 955N2h 30m 36s-1 7' 0" C-11LBRP2011 1 4 20:10:40Small, round, no pronounced nucleus. E or face on Sb? Burnham: E7 or edge on S0. I saw only the nucleus.
NGC 1084N2h 46m 0s-7 35' 0" C-11LBRP2011 1 4 20:14:0A large, elliptical blob. A tilted Sb? NE-SW. No pronounced nucleus. Burnham: Sc.
STF 799D5h 52m 13.87s38 33' 36.4" C-8Little Tycho2011 1 8 19:36:5A very close pair. I saw a tiny spike off of the primary at pa 60°. I estimate the separation at less than an arc second. USNO: 0.74", 168° pa, 2006. WDS data: 7.30 - 8.26mv, B8, 162 pa, 0.8", 2008.
STF 3115D5h 49m 4.63s62 48' 29.6" C-8Little Tycho2011 1 8 20:16:39An extremly close pair of about 1" sep, in pa 40°. ~0.7", 30° pa, www.chjaa.org/2007/2007_7_3p415.pdf. WDS data: 6.55 - 7.51mv, A4V, 338 pa, 0.8", 2008.
STF 677ABD5h 24m 44.29s63 23' 11.09" C-8Little Tycho2011 1 8 20:29:28A very close pair, but cleanly split. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.86 - 8.50mv, G0, 119 pa, 1.1", 2009.
STT 45D2h 40m 56.6s4 52' 14.6" C-8Little Tycho2011 1 8 20:36:50A close pair, I see 0° pa WDS: 264° pa, 2008. 0.8" sep, 264° pa. www.astroscu.unam.mx/rmaa/RMxAA..45-2/.../RMxAA..45-2_vorlov.pdf WDS data: 7.39 - 8.95mv, F0, 264 pa, 0.8", 2008.
STF 317D2h 58m 7.08s69 11' 35.8" C-8Little Tycho2011 1 22 19:10:16A dull pair. I see 75° pa, WDS: 84 (2000). It seemed a bit wider than 3", perhaps 4". WDS data: 7.93 - 9.82mv, F2, 84 pa, 4.1", 2000.
NGC 1952N5h 34m 30s22 1' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 1 22 19:27:7Almost invisible in the 24, a bit better in the 18, and still visible in the 12.5.
ES 1321ABD5h 52m 21.69s46 48' 42.09" C-8Little Tycho2011 1 22 19:52:52A dull pair. It doesn't even look double, more like an optical pair. I saw 320° pa, WDS: 349°. WDS data: 7.84 - 9.6mv, K0, 349 pa, 4.8", 1998.
NGC 2250N6h 32m 48s-5 2' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 1 22 20:5:47Field found, but the cluster was not there. Only a 9mv star. There is perhaps a trace of glow to the NE of the star, but that is questionable. WikiSky: No cluster here, either. RNGC: Perhaps a group of stars 15' West of the NGC position.
NGC 2252N6h 35m 0s5 23' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 1 22 20:15:14Field found but cluster not visible. Just to the east, however, is a superb star chain ending in a equilateral triangle of 8.5mv stars about 15" apart. WikiSky: cluster not found here, either, the star chain and it's trio (which are 30" apart), were found. They are not mentioned in Burnham.
STF 719ACD5h 30m 6.13s29 32' 55.29" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 2 18:28:51An OK pair WDS data: 7.50 - 9.39mv, U, 353 pa, 14.8", 2002.
STF 584D4h 50m 5.46s66 32' 7.19" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 2 18:37:34A lackluster pair WDS data: 7.61 - 9.40mv, K0, 123 pa, 11.9", 1999.
STF 587D4h 48m 1.71s53 7' 19.2" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 2 18:44:51A dull pair WDS data: 7.59 - 9.15mv, A3, 186 pa, 20.9", 2007.
RU CamV7h 21m 45.42s69 40' 25.3" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 2 18:59:8AC_2000 1988581 mv: 9.8 4364-01077-1 mv: 8.772. An 8.6mv white star. Not a hint of red.
HJ 342ABD4h 23m 15.01s-5 0' 20.29" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 8 19:4:46I see pa 237° pa, WDS: 235°, 2010. A lackluster pair. WDS data: 7.76 - 9.58mv, K3III, 235 pa, 17.2", 2010.
BU 403D4h 25m 41.85s-2 13' 56.8" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 8 19:16:22I see a hint of a companion at pa 350°. Way off of the WDC measurment of 101°, pa. 2001. WDS data: 7.47 - 9.42mv, F8, 85 pa, 1.0", 2010.
NGC 1647N4h 46m 0s19 4' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 8 19:21:55A very loose cluster of pairs and other stars. Fills the low power, 24mm field.
STF 1234D8h 33m 5.33s55 21' 17.09" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 8 19:29:7A lackluster pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.77 - 9.56mv, K1III/IV, 65 pa, 24.5", 2010.
NGC 2396N7h 28m 6s-11 44' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 8 19:36:56The field was found, but the cluster was not. The Milky Way is fairly rich here, so the cluster might be a slightly rich area of it. Confirmed, WikiSky.
STF 352D3h 8m 45.91s35 27' 31.1" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 10 19:45:53An OK pair WDS data: 7.80 - 9.65mv, A0, 360 pa, 3.7", 2010.
NGC 1513N4h 10m 0s49 31' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 10 20:7:166 9-10 mv stars surround by a nebulous glow, which might just be the milky way. Not a great sight, on this moonlit night.
NGC 1746N5h 3m 36s23 49' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 10 20:17:22This is just a small triangle of stars in a very starry field. It's a lovely low power field, but the cluster, and those also listed in the field are non entities.
HJ 3863D6h 29m 25.56s-22 35' 27.89" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 10 20:26:39A nice, unequal pair, pa 115, 3" sep. WDS: 121° pa, 2". WDS data: 7.03 - 8.69mv, A1V, 120 pa, 2.8", 1993.
NGC 2112N5h 53m 54s0 24' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 10 20:36:48A loose cluster of 3 9.5mv stars and a few fainter ones barely visible as a glow in tonight's moonwashed sky. WikiSky: The glow is actually partially due to the "Orion loop", NE of the belt.
NGC 2236N6h 29m 42s6 50' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 10 21:2:33A 10mv stars with a few other 12mv stars around it. Hardly a cluster.
NGC 2286N6h 47m 36s-3 10' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 10 21:6:54A large, loose cluster with many pairs in it.
A 58ABD6h 48m 35.77s-4 4' 32.6" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 10 21:11:32A pretty pair, as per the WDC. WDS data: 7.37 - 8.66mv, F8, 160 pa, 5.0", 2010.
NGC 2324N7h 4m 12s1 3' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 10 21:16:31Two arcs of stars combine at their ends to form a lovely "V". About 10 stars 9mv...
IC 289N3h 10m 18s61 19' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 11 19:32:460nly 3 stars of the trapesoid above it on the finder chart are seen, and the planetary iteslf is absent. Check WikiSky. The chart was correct, the moonlight was too bright to see stars fainter than 10.5mv at low power.
NGC 2324N7h 4m 12s1 3' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 11 19:39:34WikiSky shows this cluster, but is is invisible with a C-8 and moonwashed urban skies.
NGC 957N2h 33m 36s57 32' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 11 20:1:46The finder chart does not correspond to the sky. Check with WikiSky. WikiSky: The chart had inadvertently become inverted, thus the confusion.
STF 667D5h 14m 41.3s-7 4' 18.1" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 11 20:8:2An exquisite pair of yellow stars WDS data: 7.15 - 8.78mv, K2, 316 pa, 4.2", 2004.
STF 997ABD6h 56m 6.59s-14 2' 33.59" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 11 20:15:53Star found but the 10mv companion was lackluster, if not optical. WDS data: 5.27 - 7.14mv, G5III+A2, 344 pa, 3.0", 2008.
STF 692AB CD5h 20m 24.15s-8 1' 47" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 11 20:21:7An OK wide pair. I see 1° pa, WDS: 5° pa. (yawn) WDS data: 7.64 - 8.57mv, F2, 5 pa, 34.6", 2002.
NGC 2204N6h 15m 42s-18 39' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 11 20:28:29Field found, cluster not there. WikiSky: Cluster is there, but composed of 12mv... stars. Not found in the bright, urban, moonlight.
STT 54ABD3h 32m 1.41s67 35' 8.39" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 16 19:27:19An OK pair, I see 5° pa, WDS: 1° pa. WDS data: 7.68 - 8.97mv, F0, 1 pa, 22.1", 2007.
IC 342N3h 46m 48s68 6' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 16 19:31:11The nucleus is bright enough that it is visible in an almost full moonlit sky.
STT 123D5h 54m 9.53s10 14' 39.39" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 16 19:39:42A close, unequal pair. I see 190° pa, 2.5", WDS: 187°, 2" (2009). WDS data: 7.34 - 9.05mv, G5, 187 pa, 2.1", 2009.
HWE 16D6h 47m 2.63s-20 40' 32.7" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 16 19:53:12A lackluster pair, the companion is only plainly visible in the 12.5. It's the brightest star on the eastern side of M46. WDS data: 8.31 - 9.8mv, G6III, 188 pa, 4.0", 1999.
STF 1274D8h 49m 0.34s38 20' 42.9" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 16 20:0:44A nice pair WDS data: 7.42 - 9.34mv, A2, 43 pa, 9.4", 2005.
V OriV5h 6m 3.3s4 6' 16.92" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 16 20:17:27AC_2000 28310 mv: 11.97 AC_2000 28140 mv: 10.28. An 8.9mv star without a hint of red.
STF 337ABD3h 2m 16.78s41 23' 45.7" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 19 19:49:23A dull pair WDS data: 7.99 - 9.34mv, F5, 163 pa, 17.8", 2008.
STF 426D3h 40m 50.15s39 7' 1" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 19 19:56:59A fairly dull pair in a nice field. I see 335° pa, WDS: 343° pa (1904). WDS data: 7.86 - 9.31mv, A7IV, 343 pa, 19.8", 2006.
IC_348N3h 44m 30s32 17' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 19 20:0:57An interesting cluster. There are two fairly bright pairs on either side (east and west) and a spray of fainter ones between them. Bright Omicron Per is just to the north. This would be better in darker, steadier skies.
T LepV5h 4m 50.81s-21 54' 11.11" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 19 20:16:1AC_2000 2631833 mv: 10.22 AC_2000 2631624 mv: 11.58. A 9.5mv star, without much color.
R LepV4h 59m 36.34s-14 48' 16.34" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 19 20:21:16Hipparcos 2340306 mv: 8.37 Wonderfully red, as always, and 7.0mv.
SCA 5D2h 50m 42.78s57 0' 7" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 23 19:30:10A nice pair, the primary is an M3 star, W Per. The secondary is too faint to see color in. As per the WDS. WDS data: 9.34 - 11.8mv, U, 38 pa, 16.1", 1998.
S PerV2h 22m 50.74s58 35' 16.83" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 23 20:14:29AC_2000 1752122 mv: 11.84 AC_2000 1751351 mv: 10.33. A very pastel red orange star, of 8.4mv.
W TriV2h 41m 30.2s34 31' 2.05" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 23 20:23:92332-01630-1 mv: 7.698 SAO 55800 mv: 7.0. A pale yellow orange star of 8.0mv.
W PerV2h 50m 36.93s56 59' 5.92" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 23 20:39:15SAO 23644 mv: 8.8 AC_2000 1761894 mv: 11.89. A 9.2mv faintly red star, making a very nice pair with a 10mv star at 16° pa, SCA 5 in the WDS. WDS data: 9.34 - 11.8, 38° pa, 16.1", 1998.
STF 476ABD4h 1m 34.82s38 39' 55.8" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 23 20:47:6A nice pair. Reddish primary, "dusky" companion. 290° pa, 15". WDS data: 7.96 - 9.21mv, K2, 290 pa, 25.9", 2008.
R TauV4h 28m 18.08s10 9' 50.39" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 23 20:56:36AC_2000 228189 mv: 11.22 0673-01231-1 mv: 8.7. A pale red star of 8.8mv.
NGC 1664N4h 51m 6s43 42' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 23 21:1:40A nice cluster of about 5 pairs, 10mv... with a few fainter stars and perhaps a bit of nebulosity. WikiSky: The nebulosity is a scattering of 12...mv star.
STF 1358D9h 30m 56.58s44 41' 2.1" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 23 21:24:1Orange primary, "dusky" secondary. I see pa 180°, WDS: 175°. A wide, OK to nice pair. WDS data: 7.93 - 9.25mv, M, 175 pa, 23.7", 2009.
STF 1217D8h 24m 15.65s44 56' 59" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 23 21:28:49An OK wide pair. I see 240° pa, WDS: 241° pa. WDS data: 7.79 - 9.39mv, G0, 242 pa, 29.1", 2010.
NGC 2414N7h 33m 18s-15 27' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 2 23 21:39:5A bright 8mv star with 4 9.5-10.5mv stars around it, and some fainter ones barely glimpsed. Hardly a cluster. A degree south west of M 47.
NGC 972N2h 34m 12s29 19' 0" C-11LBRP2011 3 1 19:7:6A faint streak, just NE of a pair or stars. Burnham: Sc/pec
NGC 1087N2h 46m 24s-0 30' 0" C-11LBRP2011 3 1 19:16:7A large, faint, smudge. I did not see a nucleus. Sc? Burnham: Sc.
NGC 1600N4h 31m 42s-5 5' 0" C-11LBRP2011 3 1 19:24:8An oblong glow, slightly brighter towards the middle, in pa 320°. It's in a nice star field. Burnham: E0/S2.
NGC 1637N4h 41m 30s-2 51' 0" C-11LBRP2011 3 1 19:28:58A faint, amorphous, glow, barely brighter than the night sky. Burnham: Sc/pec.
NGC 1700N4h 56m 54s-4 52' 0" C-11LBRP2011 3 1 19:44:47A fairly bright, small, round galaxy, much brighter towards the middle. Nice. Burnham: E1.
NGC 1832N5h 12m 6s-15 41' 0" C-11LBRP2011 3 1 19:56:7A small, bright streak, in pa ~ 180°. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 2207N6h 16m 24s-21 22' 0" C-11LBRP2011 3 1 20:24:24A faint smudge, hardly visible about the bright sky glow. E-W elongation? WikiSky: two colliding spirals! Burnham: Sc.
NGC 2146N6h 18m 42s78 21' 0" C-11LBRP2011 3 1 20:35:13A relatively bright galxy, elongated in pa 160°, Sb? Burnham: Sb.
NGC 2549N8h 19m 0s57 48' 0" C-11LBRP2011 3 1 20:45:54A galaxy with a very bright middle and an elonaged envelope. Burhnam: E6/S0.
NGC 2787N9h 19m 18s69 12' 0" C-11LBRP2011 3 1 21:10:43A bright, small elliptical galaxy. S0? Burnham: S0.
NGC 2832N9h 19m 48s33 44' 0" C-11LBRP2011 3 1 21:18:15A fairly faint smudge. Other galaxies were perhaps glimpsed, but this was more averted imagination than anything else. Burhnam: E4.
NGC 2974N9h 42m 36s-3 42' 0" C-11LBRP2011 3 1 21:38:47A faint, round patch, near an 11 mv star. E0? Burnham: E4/SO.
NGC 2950N9h 42m 36s58 51' 0" C-11LBRP2011 3 1 21:46:31Bright, small, round. Like a distant globular. E0? Seyfert? Burnham: SO/Sa.
NGC 2964N9h 42m 54s31 51' 0" C-11LBRP2011 3 1 21:53:44A large, faint slightly elliptical patch. Sc or Sb? Burnham: Sb/Sc.
NGC 2968N9h 43m 12s31 56' 0" C-11LBRP2011 3 1 21:55:9Fainter than N 2964, and a bit smaller. The surface brightness of the two galaxies is similar. Burhnam: I/Sp.
NGC 2986N9h 44m 18s-21 17' 0" C-11LBRP2011 3 1 22:5:2A hard to see smudge, lost in the Damascus dome of light. Needs a darker southern sky. Burnham: E1
NGC 3245N10h 27m 18s28 30' 0" C-11LBRP2011 3 1 22:38:19A rather bright center surrounded by an amorphous envelope. Burnham: E5/SO.
NGC 3190N10h 18m 6s21 50' 0" C-11LBRP2011 3 1 22:44:42Just 10' west of NGC 3193. Part of a cluster of galaxies, but the skies were hazing up and it was difficult to see more members. Need to revisit this one.
NGC 3193N10h 18m 24s21 54' 0" C-11LBRP2011 3 1 22:44:42At the eastern edge of a galaxy cluster, just south of a star. Another galaxy is about 10' west. Burnham: E0.
XMI 9D5h 35m 44.56s18 45' 29.3" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 2 20:1:14A lackluster, wide pair The primary is quite red for a K0 star. WDS data: 7.86 - 9.73mv, U, 60 pa, 30.0", 2008.
ARY 39D5h 52m 58.21s20 46' 40" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 2 20:9:49A very wide pair There is another star, 10.5mv, 15" south. Lackluster. WDS data: 7.70 - 8.8mv, U, 184 pa, 32.1", 2003.
S 538D6h 49m 38.04s-24 8' 36.5" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 2 20:26:43Part of a superb pair of double double with a pair just north. Wow! As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.16 - 8.18mv, A2, 4 pa, 26.8", 2007.
NGC 2302N6h 51m 54s-7 4' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 2 20:34:15A loose group of around 15 stars, 9mv...
STF 1175D8h 2m 26.05s4 9' 7.5" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 2 20:56:2A lovely little pair. WDS sees 2.4", 284° pa, 2010. I see 3.5", 200° pa. WDS data: 7.89 - 9.13mv, G5, 284 pa, 1.4", 2010.
BU 19D6h 41m 59.69s-16 0' 25.79" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 8 19:20:45An OK, very unequal pair. As per the WDS, although I see 160° pa, not 168. WDS data: 7.07 - 9.00mv, B8/9III, 168 pa, 3.0", 1998.
HJ 2360D7h 4m 41.9s5 55' 32.7" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 8 19:40:27An OK, unequal pair WDS data: 8.00 - 9.41mv, K0, 151 pa, 16.3", 2008.
HJ 3934A BCD7h 11m 20.92s-21 48' 11" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 8 19:48:1A nice, unequal pair, white and pastel orange. As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.91 - 8.49mv, B3V, 237 pa, 13.7", 1999.
BU 197ABD7h 12m 49.37s-7 8' 57.79" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 8 19:58:35A difficult pair(1991), but a bit less than 2.5". I see 1.5". WDS data: 7.82 - 9.34mv, F2, 148 pa, 2.2", 1991.
NGC 2383N7h 24m 48s-20 56' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 8 20:3:38Only 3 of the brightest stars in this cluster are visible, it needs a darker sky. It is in a rich field, though. WikiSky: A group of around 20 stars, 11mv... form a cloud around the bright trio that was seen through the light pollution.
NGC 2384N7h 25m 6s-21 2' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 8 20:5:29Part of a pair with 2383, another cluster where only 4 or so of it's brightest stars are visible. WikiSky: A wide pair of 9mv stars have a few 10.5mv stars around them.
NGC 2421N7h 36m 18s-20 37' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 8 20:14:12A triangle of 11mv stars surrounded by a barely perceptable glow against the light polluted night sky. WikiSky: About 15 13...mv stars make up this glow.
BU 201D7h 38m 56.95s-20 16' 10.89" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 8 20:19:35A lovely, close pair of white stars WDS data: 7.84 - 8.39mv, A7III/IV, 334 pa, 2.9", 2000.
HDO 111D8h 0m 53.18s-19 17' 19.1" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 8 20:31:22Field found but star not found. Last seen in 1870, it's probably an error. WikiSky. There is an 11.5 mv - 12.5 mv pair there, 275° pa, 17" sep. WDS only lists HDO 111. 2017 May update. The WDS magnitudes are Johnson R or I values, now given as 11.5 11.9. WDS data: 8. - 8.mv, U, 170 pa, 8.0", 1870.
NGC 2509N8h 0m 42s-19 4' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 8 20:41:11The field was found, but no cluster. It looks like the rest of the milky way here. WikiSky: A cluster of about 20 stars, mv 12... It was swamped by the light pollution and needs darker skies.
STF 1243D8h 33m 53.78s1 35' 7.5" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 8 20:46:45A delicate pair, best in the 9mm. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.85 - 9.39mv, A0, 233 pa, 1.7", 2008.
R LeoV9h 47m 33.6s11 25' 49.01" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 8 21:03:23C1: T 0831-01041-1 mv: 9.331 C2: SAO 98767 mv: 6.4 At 8.7mv, the star is a gorgeous red-purple.
STF 2883D22h 10m 38.78s70 7' 57.2" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 28 5:27:55A nice, unequal pair WDS data: 5.56 - 8.56mv, F2V, 252 pa, 14.5", 2007.
S 534D6h 42m 46.03s-22 26' 54.89" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 28 21:34:15A nice wide pair, part of a lovely celestial equilateral triangle. As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.27 - 8.30mv, F2V, 144 pa, 18.2", 2003.
STF 1097D7h 27m 51.65s-11 33' 24" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 28 21:42:30An OK pair, with the companion almost lost in the rest of the milky way around it. WDS data: 6.22 - 8.7mv, U, 313 pa, 20.1", 2008.
STF 1112D7h 32m 5.81s-8 52' 51.29" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 28 21:45:43A dull pair. 6mv primary, and a very faint secondary. As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.03 - 8.73mv, F5V, 113 pa, 23.8", 1998.
STF 1111D7h 31m 57.65s-8 41' 14" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 28 21:48:17A nice, if somewhat faint pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.87 - 9.19mv, K0II-III, 221 pa, 19.8", 2004.
STF 1387D9h 55m 2.78s68 56' 22" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 28 22:6:30A very nice pair of faint stars. I see 277° pa, WDS: 273 d pa (2005). WDS data: 10.73 - 10.67mv, G, 273 pa, 8.9", 2005.
NGC 3031N9h 55m 36s69 4' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 28 22:9:14The faintest of smudges, in this urban sky. Elongated at 45° pa.
DW GemV6h 30m 59.24s27 27' 16.51" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 28 22:39:2SAO 78444 mv: 9.1 SAO 78444 mv: 9.1. A 9.1 mv star, faintly red.
NGC 2976N9h 47m 18s67 55' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 28 22:52:0A very faint smudge, visible on the 18 only when I moved the telescope. Perhaps a record for the C-8 and urban skies.
NGC 3962N11h 54m 42s-13 58' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 28 23:3:38A very faint smudge, visible only in the 12.5.
NGC 3077N10h 3m 18s68 44' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 3 29 8:28:12The faintest of smudges, in this urban sky. Elongated at 45° pa. Confirmed, WikiSky.
STF 973ABD7h 4m 3.91s75 13' 39.1" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 2 22:23:2A nice pair, I see 30° pa, WDS: 31° (1999). WDS data: 7.22 - 8.19mv, G0, 31 pa, 12.8", 2003.
H 4 112D11h 29m 14.74s-17 21' 28" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 2 22:37:23A nice, wide almost equal pair, I see 340° pa. WDS: 331° (2004). WDS data: 7.85 - 8.45mv, F5/6V:, 332 pa, 28.6", 2004.
STF 1261D8h 40m 43.76s-11 55' 37.89" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 2 22:51:10A dull, wide pair WDS data: 7.71 - 9.60mv, G5, 303 pa, 29.6", 2008.
STF 1281ABD8h 47m 36.89s0 1' 4.3" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 2 22:56:34A nice, wide pair WDS data: 7.84 - 9.02mv, G0, 311 pa, 50.6", 2005.
HJ 4261D9h 53m 33.44s-19 29' 6.4" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 2 23:3:23A nice pair WDS data: 7.83 - 9.44mv, G8/K0III, 82 pa, 8.3", 2003.
V HyaV10h 51m 37.24s-21 14' 59.74" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 2 23:15:33SAO 179267 mv: 8.6 SAO 179272 mv: 7.7. An 8.5mv star. Very red!
STF 1416D10h 12m 17.26s-16 5' 11.09" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 2 23:25:36A nice, unequal pair, I see 280° pa, WDS sees 276° pa. (2004) WDS data: 7.66 - 9.29mv, A3III, 277 pa, 11.9", 2009.
STF 1649D12h 31m 36.45s-11 4' 20.19" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 2 23:35:3A lovely pair WDS data: 7.97 - 8.43mv, A7, 196 pa, 15.3", 2009.
BU 207D8h 38m 40.28s-19 44' 12.9" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 5 21:14:17An OK pair. Secondary is quite faint. As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.59 - 9.22mv, K5III, 102 pa, 4.4", 2003.
NGC 3593N11h 14m 36s12 49' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 5 21:26:33A really faint smudge, if seen at all.
NGC 3672N11h 25m 0s-9 48' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 5 21:52:6Not visible. Clouds? Field was found, but no galaxy.
SEI 390ABD5h 49m 39.51s31 46' 29.7" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 6 20:59:56A very faint pair, the stars seem dimer than 9mv. As per the WDS. WDS data: 10.78 - 11.6mv, U, 224 pa, 5.5", 2007.
STF 805D5h 51m 48.2s28 26' 59.59" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 6 21:5:22A very nice pair WDS data: 8.41 - 8.87mv, A2, 49 pa, 12.1", 2007.
STF 802ABD5h 52m 30.84s40 8' 53.9" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 6 21:10:58A rather faint pair, hard to split, best in the 9mm. I saw 100° pa. WDS data: 8.92 - 9.57mv, G0, 105 pa, 2.4", 2007.
STF 817D5h 54m 51.96s7 1' 53.8" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 6 21:28:27A lovely pair, just SW of Betelgeuse. I see 60° pa, WDS 73°. WDS data: 8.68 - 8.93mv, A5+K, 73 pa, 18.7", 2010.
STF 823D5h 57m 43.56s-7 39' 37.49" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 6 21:35:39A lackluster pair WDS data: 8.94 - 9.69mv, K0, 346 pa, 7.9", 2004.
HJ 5468D6h 9m 13.95s31 44' 2.19" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 6 21:42:8Star found, but not split. 2017 May update: Aladin/UCAC5: The secondary is listed as 13.016Gmag, 13.388Fmag, not 8.68mv. WDS data: 8.39 - 8.68mv, F8, 72 pa, 16.5", 2000.
STF 880D6h 15m 29.12s10 34' 42.4" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 6 21:44:49A faint pair in a nice field, I see 35° pa, WDS: 55°. WDS data: 8.40 - 8.71mv, G5, 55 pa, 5.4", 2002.
STF 884D6h 20m 33.57s47 7' 13" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 6 21:52:24An exquisite little pair. I see 275° pa, WDS sees 272, 2004. WDS data: 8.68 - 8.94mv, A0, 272 pa, 8.9", 2004.
WEI 12D6h 31m 8.66s21 43' 6" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 6 21:57:10A lovely pair of equally bright stars, in a nice field. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.63 - 8.70mv, F0, 67 pa, 8.9", 2004.
R LeoV9h 47m 33.6s11 25' 49.01" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 14 20:27:29 C1: SAO 98767 mv: 6.4 C2: SAO 98755 mv: 5.9 6.8mv tonight. A very interesting observation. My right eye had been blasted by looking at the almost full moon. R Leo looked very red. My left eye was well dark adapted, and R looked much brighter, but was only a pale red.
STF 950ABD6h 40m 58.65s9 53' 44.7" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 14 20:39:56A nice pair, like a minature Rigel, with a brighter secondary. I see 215° pa. WDS: 214° pa (2008). WDS data: 4.66 - 7.79mv, O7Ve, 214 pa, 2.9", 2008.
STF 1306ABD9h 10m 23.53s67 8' 3.29" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 14 20:47:23A pretty pair. I see 345° pa, WDS: 352°, 2009. WDS data: 4.87 - 8.85mv, F7V, 352 pa, 4.0", 2009.
V HyaV10h 51m 37.24s-21 14' 59.74" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 14 21:7:25SAO 179267 mv: 8.6 SAO 179272 mv: 7.7. A star of 8.4 mv, and very red-brown.
STF 1741D13h 24m 14.65s-2 6' 26.49" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 17 3:33:54A dull pair WDS data: 8.36 - 9.78mv, G5, 262 pa, 24.7", 2003.
STF 1789D13h 54m 5.18s32 49' 35.19" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 17 3:39:15A very nice, if a bit faint, pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.63 - 8.97mv, F8, 327 pa, 6.7", 2007.
STF 1758D13h 32m 51.5s49 8' 24.3" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 17 3:44:44An exquisite pair of 8.5mv stars. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.70 - 8.95mv, G0, 293 pa, 3.5", 2009.
NGC 7142N21h 45m 54s65 48' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 17 4:0:30The star atop the cluster was found, but there was no hint of a cluster.
STT 447D21h 39m 28.7s41 43' 36" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 17 4:4:41A pretty, wide pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.67 - 8.48mv, K0III, 44 pa, 28.9", 2010.
TT MonV7h 25m 40.45s-5 50' 37.95" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 20 20:49:10AC_2000 2173533 mv: 11.41 AC_2000 2173337 mv: 11.24. A 11.3mv star (AC_2000 scale, SAO would have been 10.5) that was faintly red, even as dim as it was.
STF 960D6h 49m 38.96s53 1' 52.89" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 20 20:56:20A dull pair WDS data: 7.87 - 9.90mv, F0, 69 pa, 22.2", 2008.
STF 1878D14h 42m 3.25s61 15' 42.89" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 20 21:29:40An OK pair WDS data: 6.33 - 9.16mv, F4V, 316 pa, 4.1", 2007.
STF 1202D8h 13m 34.19s10 50' 49.69" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 28 20:43:54An OK pair, I see 310° pa, WDS sees 306° pa (2009). WDS data: 7.37 - 9.61mv, F7V, 306 pa, 2.7", 2009.
STF 1560D11h 38m 24.06s-2 26' 9.29" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 28 21:35:3An OK pair WDS data: 6.42 - 9.43mv, G9III, 280 pa, 4.9", 2005.
NGC 4594N12h 40m 0s-11 37' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 28 21:42:16Even in these light polluted skies, one can make out the bright nucleus and orientation of the disk. No hint of a dark lane, though.
STT 299D15h 33m 51.05s63 54' 25.69" C-8Little Tycho2011 4 28 21:52:51An OK pair, I see 35° pa, WDS sees 24° pa (2003). WDS data: 7.50 - 9.89mv, A5, 24 pa, 3.2", 2003.
H N 28D14h 57m 28s-21 24' 55.69" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 5 0:56:56A nice, wide pair. I see 310° pa. WDS data: 5.88 - 8.18mv, K5VeM2V, 306 pa, 25.3", 2009.
S 672D15h 31m 43.41s-20 9' 53.69" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 5 1:1:39A nice, unequal pair WDS data: 6.31 - 8.94mv, A8V, 280 pa, 11.1", 2009.
STT 312ABD16h 23m 59.51s61 30' 50.7" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 5 1:11:41AKA Eta Draconis. The companion is a faint spot on the diffraction pattern at 150° pa WDS data: 2.8 - 8.2mv, G8IIIab, 139 pa, 4.8", 1996.
RS LibV15h 24m 19.29s-22 54' 39.5" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 5 1:23:22SAO 183434 mv: 8.5 SAO 183446 mv: 8.5. A fairly red 8.3mv star.
V1351 CygV19h 42m 4.11s55 27' 47.36" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 5 1:35:37A reddish 6.5mv star.
NGC 6824N19h 43m 42s56 7' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 5 1:36:38A faint smudge, somewhat brighter in the middle.
NGC 5474N14h 5m 0s53 40' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 5 1:44:51A large, faint smudge, visible only when the telescope is moved.
NGC 5457N14h 3m 12s54 21' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 5 1:49:2A large, faint, smudge, filling 1/3 of the 24mm eyepiece field.
NGC 5473N14h 4m 42s54 54' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 5 1:51:26Small, but bright. The most easily seen of tonight's galaxies.
NGC 5485N14h 7m 12s55 0' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 5 1:54:22A barely dicernable patch in the sky.
NGC 5921N15h 21m 54s5 4' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 5 2:1:14A faint haze near a 12mv star.
NGC 3877N11h 46m 6s47 30' 0" C-11LBRP2011 5 5 21:50:12A nice, edge on galxy. Bright.
NGC 3872N11h 45m 48s13 46' 0" C-11LBRP2011 5 5 22:4:12A tiny, bright galaxy. Best in the 12.5.
NGC 4064N12h 4m 12s18 27' 0" C-11LBRP2011 5 5 22:10:10A nice tilted spiral.
NGC 4124N12h 8m 12s10 23' 0" C-11LBRP2011 5 5 22:17:25A bright, bar like nucleus surrounded by a faint halo.
NGC 4123N12h 8m 12s2 53' 0" C-11LBRP2011 5 5 22:20:5A very faint, large, smudge.
NGC 4138N12h 9m 30s43 41' 0" C-11LBRP2011 5 5 22:31:12A bright, small galaxy, with a mottled halo. Almost edge on.
NGC 5053N13h 16m 24s17 42' 0" C-11LBRP2011 5 5 22:38:49An exceptionally low surface brightness smudge. Fairly large, though.
NGC 5247N13h 38m 6s-17 53' 0" C-11LBRP2011 5 5 22:42:58A faint, low contrast streak, barely visible through the glow of the aurora commercialis.
NGC 5375N13h 56m 48s29 10' 0" C-11LBRP2011 5 5 22:52:17A very faint, small, smudge.
NGC 5576N14h 21m 6s3 16' 0" C-11LBRP2011 5 5 23:13:30A bright elliptical, forming a nice pair with 5054.
NGC 5574N14h 20m 54s3 14' 0" C-11LBRP2011 5 5 23:15:50A faint, tilted spiral, forming a nice pair with 5576.
NGC 2419N7h 38m 6s38 53' 0" O-18LBRP2011 5 5 23:25:9The cluster was mottled in Tom C's 18! Superb.
NGC 5566N14h 20m 18s3 56' 0" C-11LBRP2011 5 5 23:29:15A very bright, small elliptical. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 5560N14h 20m 6s4 0' 0" C-11LBRP2011 5 5 23:29:57An extremely faint spiral.
NGC 5614N14h 24m 6s34 52' 0" C-11LBRP2011 5 5 23:33:50A rather bright nucleus surrounded by a faint halo.
NGC 5638N14h 29m 42s3 14' 0" C-11LBRP2011 5 5 23:37:21A bright middle, surrounded by a fainter halo.
NGC 5701N14h 39m 12s5 22' 0" C-11LBRP2011 5 5 23:40:41An amorphus smudge with an obvious nucleus. Sb/Sc?. Burnham: SBb.
NGC 5713N14h 40m 12s-0 17' 0" C-11LBRP2011 5 5 23:45:30A faint spiral with a small nucleus.
NGC 5831N15h 4m 6s1 13' 0" C-11LBRP2011 5 5 23:49:53A 5' faint, amorphous smudge.
NGC 5850N15h 7m 6s1 33' 0" C-11LBRP2011 5 6 0:3:44A large, faint, smudge.
NGC 5846N15h 6m 24s1 36' 0" C-11LBRP2011 5 6 0:4:37A bright, round, small E0.
SHJ 145ABD12h 29m 51.85s-16 30' 55.59" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 10 1:6:20A bright primary, faint secondary. An OK pair WDS data: 2.95 - 8.47mv, B9.5V, 215 pa, 23.4", 2009.
STF 1648D12h 30m 34.42s3 30' 29.6" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 10 1:14:34An OK pair WDS data: 7.54 - 9.78mv, G8III, 39 pa, 7.9", 2005.
NGC 4457N12h 29m 0s3 34' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 10 1:19:32A very faint smudge, in tonight's hazy skies. Best in the 18, and found only with the finder chart.
STF 1724ABD13h 9m 57s-5 32' 20.1" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 10 1:33:42A nice pair, I see 350° pa, WDS, 342° pa, 1999. WDS data: 4.40 - 9.39mv, A0IV, 342 pa, 6.9", 1999.
STF 1831ABD14h 16m 8.47s56 42' 45.7" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 10 1:41:18A lovely starscape! Nice pair with another pair just SW, and a star between the two pairs. I see 135° pa, WDS 135°, 2010. WDS data: 7.16 - 9.56mv, A7IV, 139 pa, 5.9", 2010.
STF 1830D14h 15m 44.7s56 40' 20" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 10 1:45:2A nice pair in a lovely starscape. I see 310° pa, WDS records 312°, 2010. WDS data: 9.33 - 10.28mv, U, 312 pa, 10.0", 2010.
NGC 5585N14h 19m 48s56 44' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 10 1:52:8A faint smudge. Slightly tilted Sc? Burnham: Sc/Sd/
STF 1870D14h 42m 55.1s8 4' 34.3" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 10 2:0:39An OK pair WDS data: 7.46 - 9.98mv, F2, 229 pa, 4.7", 2000.
STF 2048ABD16h 28m 49s-8 7' 43.2" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 10 2:21:37A nice, unequal pair WDS data: 6.58 - 9.74mv, F4V, 300 pa, 5.5", 2009.
NGC 6704N18h 50m 54s-5 12' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 10 2:32:46A faint cluster, like a sparse globular, 1/3 the field of the 12.5, which works out to 4 arc minutes. Burnham: 2 arc minutes.
STF 1604ACD12h 9m 28.54s-11 51' 25.4" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 10 22:3:25A superb triple, with companions at 10° and 80°. WDS: 16° and 89°. WDS data: 6.86 - 8.12mv, G3V, 16 pa, 10.2", 2010.
STF 1664ABD12h 38m 19.94s-11 31' 1.1" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 10 22:12:17A nice starscape of three stars in an almost perfect row, with a forth fainter on just west on the same row. A fifth bright star is just below this line of stars. WDS data: 7.82 - 9.17mv, K0, 224 pa, 37.5", 2008.
STF 1334ABD9h 18m 50.64s36 48' 9.29" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 11 21:17:52A nice, but difficult pair. I see 225° pa, WDS 225° pa, 2009. The secondary is enveloped in the primary's diffraction ring. WDS data: 3.92 - 6.09mv, A3V, 225 pa, 2.6", 2009.
JC 16ABD11h 29m 38.65s-24 27' 50.59" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 11 21:27:19A nice, unequal pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 5.82 - 8.60mv, A0V, 82 pa, 8.4", 2007.
HZ HyaV11h 26m 20.53s-25 45' 17.77" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 11 21:33:45SAO 179871 mv: 8.3 SAO 179883 mv: 9.2. A fairly red star, for an M3, of 8.3mv.
S VirV13h 33m 0.36s-7 11' 44.25" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 11 22:7:27AC_2000 2228992 mv: 10.84 4972-00066-1 mv: 11.233. Quite faint, about 11mv. No color seen.
STF 2160D17h 24m 33.8s15 36' 21.69" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 20 3:7:26A lackluster pair WDS data: 6.40 - 9.28mv, B9V, 66 pa, 3.8", 2009.
S 643D12h 54m 0.29s-18 2' 15.4" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 23 21:35:39An OK, wide pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.07 - 8.17mv, A5IIIA0, 295 pa, 23.7", 2002.
STF 1351ABD9h 31m 31.57s63 3' 42.5" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 26 21:55:16A lackluster pair. I see 265° pa, WDS: 269° pa (2003) WDS data: 3.65 - 9.19mv, F0IV, 269 pa, 23.2", 2003.
STF 1654D12h 32m 2.94s74 48' 41.5" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 26 22:3:26An OK pair WDS data: 7.74 - 9.43mv, G9III, 23 pa, 3.8", 2006.
STF 2142ABD17h 11m 40.25s49 44' 46.69" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 26 22:9:35An OK pair, I see 105° pa, WDS: 109° (2006). WDS data: 6.18 - 9.35mv, A5III, 109 pa, 5.3", 2006.
BK VirV12h 30m 21.17s4 24' 59.16" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 26 22:18:23 C1: AC_2000 320472 mv: 9.41 C2: AC_2000 320467 mv: 10.31 An 9.4mv pastel red star.
RS VirV14h 27m 16.35s4 40' 37.17" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 26 22:26:55AC_2000 328754 mv: 9.64 AC_2000 124939 mv: 10.73. A faintly red 9mv star.
NGC 3301N10h 36m 54s21 53' 0" C-11Pinnacles2011 5 29 22:33:38A small, bright galaxy, with a starlike nucleus. Elongated in pa 40°, 2:3 elongation. Burnham: SBa.
NGC 3367N10h 46m 36s13 45' 0" C-11Pinnacles2011 5 29 22:38:49A large, faint, somewhat mottled galaxy. Sc? Burnham: Sc.
NGC 3423N10h 51m 12s5 50' 0" C-11Pinnacles2011 5 29 22:45:58A large faint smudge. Sd? As per the NGC. German Wikipedia: Sc.
NGC 4168N12h 12m 18s13 12' 0" C-11Pinnacles2011 5 29 22:57:49Looks like an E0 or E1 to me. As per the NGC. Burnham: E0 or E1.
NGC 4165N12h 12m 12s13 15' 0" C-11Pinnacles2011 5 29 22:58:45A small smudge next to N 4168. WikiSky: SBb?
NGC 4281N12h 20m 24s5 23' 0" C-11Pinnacles2011 5 29 23:20:32As per the NGC. Burnham: E6/S0. 4273 is almost as bright, as is 4270. Spirals all? 4277 is a bit fainter. There seems to be galaxy between 4277 and 4281. WikiSky: Nothing found. 4268 is large and faint. WikiSky: Smaller than other galaxies, but with a larger nucleus.
NGC 4270N12h 19m 48s5 28' 0" C-11Pinnacles2011 5 29 23:21:00Spiral? In a loose cluster of galaxies, a clump in the Virgo cluster? Burnham: S0/Sa.
NGC 4273N12h 19m 54s5 21' 0" C-11Pinnacles2011 5 29 23:21:00Spiral? As per the NGC. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 4277N12h 20m 6s5 21' 0" C-11Pinnacles2011 5 29 23:23:00A faint galaxy, next to NGC 4273. WolframAlpha: SB0 or SBa.
NGC 4268N12h 19m 48s5 17' 0" C-11Pinnacles2011 5 29 23:25:00Large and faint. Simbad (French site): S0.
NGC 4340N12h 23m 36s16 43' 0" C-11Pinnacles2011 5 29 23:36:3Forms a nice pair with 4350. As per the NGC. Burnham: SBa.
NGC 4350N12h 24m 0s16 42' 0" C-11Pinnacles2011 5 29 23:37:8A nice pair with 4340. As per the NGC. Burnham: E7.
NGC 4371N12h 24m 54s11 42' 0" C-11Pinnacles2011 5 29 23:42:13A bright, round E0? Burnham: S0/SBa.
NGC 4517N12h 32m 48s0 7' 0" C-11Pinnacles2011 5 29 23:53:4A large, faint smudge, with an 11.5mv star involved. Hard to find. Burnham: edge on Sc.
IC 1257N17h 27m 6s-7 6' 0" C-11Pinnacles2011 5 30 00:05:00A bit south (~2 arc minutes) of its position in the Sinnott NGC.
NGC 4536N12h 34m 30s2 11' 0" C-11Pinnacles2011 5 30 0:15:43Nice, mottled spiral. As per the NGC. Burnham: Sc/SBc.
STF 1448ACD10h 34m 23.24s21 35' 36.39" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 30 21:52:54An OK double WDS data: 7.54 - 9.55mv, K0, 259 pa, 10.9", 2009.
STF 1542D11h 27m 56.01s44 33' 57" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 30 22:13:25A lackluster pair, As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.93 - 9.65mv, F2V, 265 pa, 3.6", 2004.
STF 3072D11h 30m 51.02s-6 43' 8.49" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 30 22:21:37A lackluster pair, companion seen only with averted vision. I see 320° pa, WDS: 331° (2001). WDS data: 7.72 - 9.93mv, F6V, 331 pa, 9.8", 2001.
SHJ 162ABD13h 14m 55.72s-11 22' 9.9" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 30 22:41:41A lackluster, difficult pair WDS data: 7.11 - 8.18mv, U, 45 pa, 109.5", 2009.
STF 1882ABD14h 44m 3.55s61 5' 53.7" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 30 22:55:34A dull pair WDS data: 6.92 - 9.23mv, F3V, 359 pa, 11.5", 2010.
CO VirV13h 3m 55.95s7 4' 2.55" C-8Little Tycho2011 5 30 23:2:58SAO 119747 mv: 9.3 SAO 119740 mv: 8.4. A 9.3mv star with no color.
NGC 5985N15h 39m 36s59 20' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 6 2 0:37:50A very faint, small smudge. Almost invisible. This should be revisited in dark skies with the C-11.
IC 4593N16h 11m 42s12 4' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 6 2 0:48:13A tiny, (~3") bright, blue planetary, looking brighter than its 11mv in Sinnott's NGC. Also listed as a Tycho and AC_2000 star.
STF 2051D16h 29m 25.05s10 35' 31.4" C-8Little Tycho2011 6 2 0:59:48A nice pair WDS data: 7.68 - 9.42mv, G5III, 19 pa, 13.9", 2006.
KOU 64D16h 29m 54.59s-24 58' 46" C-8Little Tycho2011 6 2 1:10:13Star found, but the companion was unseen. Not in Burhnam. 4th Interferometric catalog list the separation as < 0.1" (1989). WDS data: 7.46 - 9.88mv, U, 205 pa, 2.9", 2000.
NGC 5813N15h 1m 12s1 42' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 6 2 1:17:57A most gossamer brightening of the urban night sky. Burnham: E1, WikiSky: Looks more like an E3 to me.
STF 2223D17h 48m 57.84s4 58' 3.19" C-8Little Tycho2011 6 2 1:36:46A nice, wide pair. I see 230° pa, WDS: 210° pa (2006). WDS data: 7.56 - 9.66mv, F0, 210 pa, 18.4", 2006.
STF 2310D18h 20m 38.66s22 47' 50.7" C-8Little Tycho2011 6 2 1:50:8A bright blue primary and faint secondary. As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.83 - 9.98mv, B8III, 237 pa, 5.0", 2006.
NGC 6625N18h 23m 12s-12 3' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 6 2 1:59:13A few faint (11mv...) stars about 2' south of a 5.7mv B star. Seen in the 12.5, best in the 9mm. WikiSky: This does not look like a cluster. NEDS DB: NGC identification is not certain.
NGC 6647N18h 31m 30s-17 21' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 6 2 2:12:36The field was found, but the cluster was not visible. RNGC: A brighter part of the Sagittarius star cloud. Not in Burnham. WikiSky: No obvious cluster here.
NGC 6738N19h 1m 24s11 36' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 6 2 2:17:30A large (~35') cluster of around 30 stars 8mv...
H N 129D19h 4m 14.2s-22 53' 47.5" C-8Little Tycho2011 6 2 2:24:55A nice, unequal pair. I see 315° pa, WDS: 306° (2006). WDS data: 6.90 - 9.16mv, A0V, 308 pa, 8.0", 2008.
STF 2447ABD19h 6m 35.11s-1 20' 46" C-8Little Tycho2011 6 2 2:30:31Bright, blue primary, faint secondary. As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.83 - 9.62mv, B5V, 341 pa, 14.4", 2006.
NGC 5814N15h 1m 24s1 37' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 2 22:26:49A faint smudge near N 5813.
NGC 5806N14h 60m 0s1 54' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 2 22:29:53A large, faint galaxy with hardly any nucleus.
NGC 3162N10h 13m 30s22 44' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 2 22:39:35AKA NGC 3575. As per the NGC. Faint!
NGC 3158N10h 13m 48s38 46' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 2 22:51:37A surprisingly faint smudge. The center of a cluster of galaxies, only the large elliptical was seen.
NGC 3414N10h 51m 18s27 59' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 2 23:35:59A bright nucleus surrounded by a faint halo.
NGC 3504N11h 3m 12s27 58' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 2 23:42:40As per the NGC. Face on Sb? Burnham: Sb.
NGC 3655N11h 22m 54s16 35' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 2 23:50:39A faint smudge in tonight's hazy sky.
NGC 4236N12h 16m 42s69 28' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 2 23:57:7Large, but very faint. Sc or Sd? Burnham: SB.
NGC 4242N12h 17m 30s45 37' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 3 0:4:46Not visible in tonight's hazy skies. Low surface brightness.
NGC 4618N12h 41m 30s41 9' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 3 0:13:34A faint Sc? Burnham: Sc/pec.
NGC 2905N9h 32m 12s21 31' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 3 22:0:45A tiny, bright nucleus (12.5mv) surrounded by a large elliptical envelope. This is another description of N 2905. N 2903 is a bright HII region in N 2905.
NGC 3041N9h 53m 6s16 41' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 3 22:9:32An extremly faint patch. NGC misidentified it as a globular, if so, it's like 7492. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 3348N10h 47m 12s72 50' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 3 22:22:46A tiny, starlike nucleus, surrounded by a uniform 3' halo. Burnham: E1.
NGC 3430N10h 52m 12s32 57' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 3 22:28:12A faint patch without a pronounced nucleus. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 3395N10h 49m 48s32 59' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 3 22:34:24With 3396, a pair of faint 2' patches 6' apart. WikiSky: A pair of interacting spirals.
NGC 3432N10h 52m 30s36 37' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 3 22:39:25There are 9 and 10mv stars at either side of the galaxy, which is almost edge on. As per its NGC description.
NGC 3646N11h 21m 42s20 10' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 3 22:45:50A very faint, large smudge. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 3686N11h 27m 42s17 13' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 3 22:48:48An elongated smudge. As per the NGC. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 3810N11h 41m 0s11 28' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 3 22:51:38A nice, bright galaxy. 2:3 elongation. Not much of a nucleus. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 5194N13h 29m 54s47 12' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 3 23:11:2Found the 14mv supernova. Nice! Confirmed: UniverseToday.com.
NGC 4062N12h 4m 6s31 54' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 3 23:17:16A faint smudge. Face on Sc? Burnham: Sb/Sc. WikiSky: Elongated 1:3.
NGC 4145N12h 10m 0s39 53' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 3 23:23:3A very faint patch. Hard to see, even with tonight's clear sky. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 4162N12h 11m 54s24 7' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 3 23:33:38A faint patch without much nucleus. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 4546N12h 35m 30s-3 48' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 3 23:50:55A bright, tiny galaxy. Seyfert? Burnham: E6/S0. A peculiar galaxy with counter rotating regions!
NGC 4643N12h 43m 18s1 59' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 3 23:55:37Bright nucleus, off centered envelop. Burnham: SBa. WikiSky: No asymmetry seen.
NGC 4656N12h 44m 0s32 10' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 4 0:0:20A very nice, if faint, edge on. About 10' long. B:I/pec. WikiSky: edge on with twisted ends.
NGC 3396N10h 49m 54s32 59' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 4 22:35:00A pair with 3395. WikiSky: Interacting spirals.
NGC 3949N11h 53m 42s47 52' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 6 22:29:12A lovely, bright galaxy. Sc or SBc? Burnham: Sb/Sc.
NGC 4267N12h 19m 48s12 48' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 6 22:35:36A small galaxy, much brighter in the middle. E0? Burnham: E2/S0.
NGC 4419N12h 26m 54s15 3' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 6 22:40:20A lovely galaxy, like a miniature M 81. Burnham: SB?, Simbad: SBa.
NGC 4448N12h 28m 12s28 37' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 6 22:45:19An elongated spiral with a bright nucleus. Nice. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 4503N12h 32m 6s11 11' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 6 22:49:44A small, fairly bright patch. E3? B:E2/S0.
NGC 4651N12h 43m 42s16 24' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 6 22:56:46A small, bright smudge. E? Burnham: Sc (!).
NGC 6058N16h 4m 24s40 41' 0" 18 ObsLBRP2011 6 6 22:57:49A small, round patch. 14mv central star seen with averted vision.
NGC 4660N12h 44m 30s11 11' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 6 23:1:29A small (3') galaxy with a bright, starlike nucleus. Seyfert? Burnham: E5, Internet: No mention of an active nucleus.
NGC 4666N12h 45m 6s-0 28' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 6 23:4:58An almost edge on smudge.
NGC 4689N12h 47m 48s13 46' 0" 18 obsLBRP2011 6 6 23:16:51A large, barely visible, smudge. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 4691N12h 48m 12s-3 20' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 6 23:21:29A small, almost edge on spiral. Burnham: SBa.
NGC 4698N12h 48m 24s8 29' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 6 23:28:8A bright nucleus, surrounded by an amorphous halo. Between 2 11mv stars. Sa/Sb.
NGC 4866N12h 59m 30s14 10' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 6 23:39:44A nice bright, somewhat elongated spiral, with a 12.5 mv star nearby. Burnham: S0/Sa, WikiSky: The star is 14mv!
NGC 4902N13h 1m 0s-14 31' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 6 23:46:39A tiny (1.5'), faint spot in the sky. It seems much dimmer that its stated magnitude. Burnham: A face on SBb.
NGC 4958N13h 5m 48s-8 1' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 6 23:49:50An almost edge on spiral with a small, bright nucleus. Burnham: E6/S0.
NGC 4995N13h 9m 42s-7 50' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 6 23:52:26A faint, round patch with almost no nucleus. Sd? Burnham: Sb. WikiSky: disk and nucleus washed out in image.
NGC 5204N13h 29m 36s58 25' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 6 23:59:56A large, faint smudge. Burnham: I/Sd.
NGC 5308N13h 47m 0s60 58' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 7 0:14:39A nice edge on! The envelop seems to be asymmetric. Burnham: S0/E8. WikiSky: No assymmetry seen.
NGC 5377N13h 56m 18s47 14' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 7 0:24:30A nice edge on. Burnham: Sa.
NGC 5557N14h 18m 24s36 30' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 7 0:26:48Small, round E? Burnham: E1.
NGC 5676N14h 32m 48s49 28' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 7 0:30:41A small, bright E. B:Sc WikiSky: Little contrast in disk. Starburst, flocculent, galaxy,
NGC 5812N15h 1m 0s-7 27' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 7 0:33:18A small, bright E. Burnham: E1.
NGC 5838N15h 5m 24s2 6' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 7 0:37:15Bright, round nucleus, surrounded by an elliptical envelop. Burnham: A0.
NGC 5982N15h 38m 42s59 21' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 7 0:43:12A bright nucleus surrounded by a small halo. E? Burnham: E3.
NGC 6015N15h 51m 24s62 19' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 7 0:48:2An elongated smudge. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 6217N16h 32m 36s78 12' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 7 0:49:23Small, bright nucleus, uniform elliptical envelop. Sc? Burnham: Sc.
NGC 6469N17h 52m 54s-22 21' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 6 26 2:43:39Around 6 10-12mv stars in a 10' field. Hardly stands out from the rest of the milky way, this hazy night. Confirmed: WikiSky.
NGC 6523N18h 3m 48s-24 23' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 6 26 2:51:9The wonderful nebulosity of M8 was not visible through the haze. Just the cluster itself.
NGC 6546N18h 8m 22s-22 8' 45" C-8Little Tycho2011 6 26 2:55:34A chain of 4 stars with an equilateral triange of stars to the west. Nice field. A degree north of NGC 6546, which was not visible in the hazy aurora commercialis. The star field itself is at 18h 8m 22s, -22° 8' 45" (J2000)
STF 2634ABD20h 9m 34.3s16 48' 19.19" C-8Little Tycho2011 6 26 3:24:19A nice pair WDS data: 7.77 - 9.92mv, K0, 14 pa, 4.1", 2008.
BEI 2ACD22h 19m 18.39s63 18' 45" C-8Little Tycho2011 6 26 3:46:46The field was found, but not the star. There is a pair of 10-11mv stars in pa 285°, but no 6mv star. The stars are in a cluster which is not in the NGC or IC. WikiSky: A cluster with nebulosity. The nebulosity is cataloged as SH2-140. WDS data: 6.14 - 8.46mv, U, 74 pa, 11.0", 1979.
NGC 103N0h 25m 18s61 21' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 6 26 3:52:5A nice cluster of ~20 stars 11mv... in a rich field.
STF 2308ABD18h 0m 9.07s80 0' 13.7" C-11LBRP2011 6 29 22:14:41An exquisite pairWDS data: 5.70 - 6.00mv, F7VF7V, 231 pa, 18.7", 2010.
NGC 3684N11h 27m 12s17 2' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 29 22:42:37A tiny, faint spot. Elliptical?
NGC 3684N11h 27m 12s17 2' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 29 22:45:25A very faint smudge in tonight's somewhat hazy sky.
NGC 4262N12h 19m 30s14 53' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 29 22:55:47A small, bright galaxy. Elliptical?
NGC 4254N12h 18m 48s14 25' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 29 23:0:34A large, bright hazy disk with a diffuse nucleus.
NGC 4856N12h 59m 18s-15 2' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 29 23:4:47Small, fairly bright with a brigh nucleus. E?
NGC 5493N14h 11m 30s-5 3' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 29 23:14:6A nice, bright galaxy. Sb?
NGC 6595N18h 17m 0s-19 53' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 29 23:26:51A triple star surrounded by a faint haze.
NGC 5985N15h 39m 36s59 20' 0" C-11LBRP2011 6 29 23:53:23Still a faint, elongated smudge.
STF 2282D18h 6m 30.47s40 21' 39" C-11LBRP2011 7 1 22:19:47A lovely pairWDS data: 7.93 - 8.68mv, A1V, 81 pa, 2.7", 2009.
STF 2452D18h 53m 33.23s75 47' 14.6" C-11LBRP2011 7 1 22:25:24A superb pair WDS data: 6.73 - 7.35mv, A1V, 218 pa, 5.6", 2010.
NGC 5383N13h 57m 6s41 51' 0" C-11LBRP2011 7 1 22:38:52A faint patch with a small nucleus. Face on Sc? B, Wikisky: Face on SBb.
NGC 5879N15h 9m 48s57 0' 0" C-11LBRP2011 7 1 22:50:35Nice galaxy, 2:3 elongation, Sb? Wikipedia: SBc
NGC 4102N12h 6m 24s52 43' 0" C-11LBRP2011 7 1 22:58:5An easily seen fuzzy patch in the 12.5. Round, E or face on Sa? Simbad DB: Sb. DSS image shows a round core surrounded by an elliptical disk, The disk was undetected.
NGC 4143N12h 9m 36s42 32' 0" C-11LBRP2011 7 1 23:5:33Fairly bright galaxy, 2:3 elongation, E4? Burnham: E4.
NGC 4256N12h 18m 42s65 54' 0" C-10LBRP2011 7 1 23:11:15A faint streak without a pronounced nucleus. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 4291N12h 20m 18s75 22' 0" C-11LBRP2011 7 1 23:15:20A faint halo surrounding a bright, starlike nucleus. Seyfert? Burnham: E1.
NGC 4319N12h 21m 42s75 19' 0" C-11LBRP2011 7 1 23:27:2A faint, ~ 4' blob. In the same field as 4291. Burnham: SBc.
NGC 4386N12h 24m 30s75 32' 0" C-11LBRP2011 7 1 23:28:58A small round smudge, brighter towards the center. E? Burnham: E0/S0.
NGC 4133N12h 8m 36s74 56' 0" C-11LBRP2011 7 1 23:32:0A very faint round blob. Face on Sc? Burnham: SBb.
NGC 4290N12h 20m 48s58 6' 0" C-11LBRP2011 7 1 23:43:45A faint patch, almost invisible in the 12.5, and hard to see in the 30 and 25mm plossl. Burnham: SBa/SBb.
NGC 6819N19h 41m 18s40 11' 0" C-11LBRP2011 7 2 1:5:1A lovely cluster, in tonight's dark skies.
NGC 5678N14h 32m 6s57 55' 0" C-11LBRP2011 7 2 1:14:23A diffuse smudge, about 3' across. Sc? Burnham: Sc.
NGC 146N0h 33m 6s63 18' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 7 10 2:2:43The cluster was not found. A nice but faint double, HJ 1033, was found in its place. WikiSky: HJ 1033 is at the cluster's center. It's a very loose cluster, needing darker skies to show its existance.
NGC 7762N23h 49m 48s68 2' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 7 10 2:10:41A faint clump of 11.5...mv stars, perhaps 10 of them.
STF 2103ABD16h 49m 34.67s13 15' 40.3" C-8Little Tycho2011 7 10 2:56:10Lackluster. The 10mv companion is very faint, compared to the 5mv primary. I see 60° pa, WDS: 45°, 2000. WDS data: 5.7 - 10.0mv, A1V, 45 pa, 5.3", 2000.
STF 1694ABD12h 49m 13.79s83 24' 46.29" C-11LBRP2011 7 26 21:34:1A very nice wide pair of white stars. WDS data: 5.29 - 5.74mv, A1IIIsh, 326 pa, 21.0", 2008.
STF 1843ABD14h 24m 38.91s47 49' 50" C-8Little Tycho2011 8 16 21:35:46An OK unequal pair. I see pa 182°. WDS data: 7.68 - 9.23mv, F4V, 187 pa, 19.8", 2007.
STT 341D18h 5m 49.71s21 26' 45" C-8Little Tycho2011 8 16 22:17:57This does not look like a classic pair. It looks like a very loose cluster of 8 stars, WDS data: 7.39 - 9.84mv, G0V, 174 pa, 27.2", 2009.
STF 1889ABD14h 49m 32.36s51 22' 28.2" C-8Little Tycho2011 8 23 21:32:16An OK unequal pair, I see 92° pa, WDS: 92 (2005) WDS data: 6.53 - 9.64mv, F3V, 92 pa, 15.2", 2005.
RX BooV14h 24m 11.57s25 42' 12.95" C-8Little Tycho2011 8 24 7:59:53SAO 83321 mv: 6.1 SAO 83315 mv: 8.0. A very red 7.5mv star.
EHR 16D19h 6m 14.94s-4 52' 56" C-8Little Tycho2011 8 28 21:18:52Not found! The field was found, but the pair was not. The "primary" was there, as per the finder chart. Google couldn't find this one, either. WDS data: 3.6 - 7.5mv, B9V, 30 pa, 12.5", 2009.
NGC 6683N18h 42m 12s-6 17' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 8 28 22:6:17Not found. Field found, but no cluster. Only a faint pair was seen here. Burnham: Probably not a cluster, HNGC does not include it in "Not found" list. Aladin/DSS: The location is in a dense area of the Milky Way, but nothing looking like a cluster was seen.
STF 2783D21h 14m 4.9s58 17' 49.79" C-8Little Tycho2011 8 28 22:19:28A very close pair. I see 0.7", 180°. WDS(1988) confirms my observation, but sees 356° pa. WDS data: 7.71 - 8.07mv, A3V, 356 pa, 0.7", 2005.
NGC 7062N21h 23m 12s46 23' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 8 28 22:34:19A cluster of fairly faint stars (11mv...) flanked by a couple of 9mv field stars. Hard to see, even in this fairly clear, moonless, urban sky. WikiSky: the fields stars are 10mv.
STF 2533D19h 30m 4.7s-0 26' 41.8" C-8Little Tycho2011 8 30 2:6:1A lackluster pair WDS data: 7.4 - 9.2mv, A3V, 212 pa, 22.2", 2008.
STF 2716ABD20h 41m 2.53s32 18' 26.29" C-8Little Tycho2011 8 30 2:22:57A close, unequal pair, yellow and white. It looks closer than it's advertised 4". Otherwise WDS data: 5.75 - 8.10mv, G2III, 45 pa, 2.8", 2008.
STF 2726D20h 45m 39.76s30 43' 10.8" C-8Little Tycho2011 8 30 2:26:56The companion to this 4.3mv star is very hard to see in it's glare. As per the WDS. WDS data: 4.2 - 8.7mv, G9III, 70 pa, 6.0", 2006.
NGC 7031N21h 7m 18s50 50' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 8 30 2:32:27A faint double and triple star, about 11.5-12.5mv.
STF 2804ABD21h 32m 58.3s20 42' 44.5" C-8Little Tycho2011 8 30 2:47:18I see 355° pa, WDS: 357° (2010). WDS data: 7.70 - 8.04mv, F5V, 357 pa, 3.3", 2010.
STF 289D2h 40m 41.02s27 3' 39.6" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 5 3:14:5A wide, unequal pair WDS data: 5.30 - 9.56mv, A3V, 356 pa, 23.6", 2009.
L 55D2h 40m 40.87s26 49' 57.69" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 5 3:16:59This star is nonexistant. It probably is a WDS error. Confirmed, Wikisky. WDS data: 8.0 - 9.0mv, U, 50 pa, 6.8", 1910.
TOK 81D3h 54m 22.62s1 15' 42.89" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 5 3:25:22The star was found, but its companion was not visible as it's really 13.7mv. WikiSky shows a 13mv companion in the proper PA, not the 7.7mv companion listed by the WDS. WDS data: 7.97 - 7.69mv, G0, 265 pa, 15.5", 2010.
STF 516ABD4h 14m 23.68s-10 15' 21.19" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 5 3:32:26A bright yellow primary and faint secondary. As per the WDS. WDS data: 5.03 - 8.53mv, K2III, 146 pa, 6.7", 2009.
KOH 10D4h 24m 48.18s26 43' 15" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 5 3:50:17The field was found, but the star was not visible. WikiSky shows an 11.5mv Tycho star, T 1824-183, but no 8mv star. UCAC4 shows an 11.5mv star, 136820729. WDS error. WDS data: 8.0 - 8.8mv, K0, 159 pa, 7.9", 2010.
STF 654ABD5h 13m 17.47s2 51' 40.5" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 5 3:56:25A lovely unequal pair, a bright yellow primary and white secondary. As per the WDS. WDS data: 4.62 - 8.50mv, K2II, 63 pa, 6.9", 2007.
HD 215924, U LacR22h 47m 43.39s55 9' 31" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 7 2:34:28C1: 3988-00833-1 mv: 9.191, C2: 3988-00606-1 mv: 9.46. A 9.1mv pale version of R Lep.
STT 505D23h 45m 29.32s20 24' 55.59" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 7 3:7:53A difficult pair, as the secondary is washed out by the glare of the primary. As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.75 - 9.61mv, G8III, 60 pa, 2.3", 2009.
BD+66 75R0h 58m 4.2s67 41' 51" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 7 3:17:39C1: 4296-00908-1 mv: 9.132, C2: AC_2000 1942289 mv: 9.81. A pale orange star of 9.0mv, Tycho scale.
STF 99ABD1h 13m 44.94s24 35' 1.59" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 7 3:26:4Bright primary, with a tiny, faint secondary. I see 230° pa, WDS sees 229° pa (2003). WDS data: 4.65 - 9.11mv, G8III, 229 pa, 7.8", 2003.
Cr 399N19h 25m 24s20 11' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 8 21:46:10AKA The coathanger, a lovely star field strongly resembling its name. Best in the finder.
STT 513D23h 58m 21.14s35 0' 46.8" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 8 22:2:35An OK, unequal pair WDS data: 6.82 - 9.34mv, A3, 16 pa, 3.2", 2010.
BD+36 4025, BI CygR20h 21m 21.9s36 55' 56" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 8 22:15:8C1: 2684-00522-1 mv: 9.542, C2: 2684-00550-1 mv: 11.395. A fairly red star, considering it's only 9.6mv in a moonwashed sky.
STF 2741ABD20h 58m 30.02s50 27' 42.4" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 8 22:39:14A nice, but very close pair. Requires excellent seeing. Best in the 6mm. WDS data: 5.94 - 6.79mv, B5Vn, 25 pa, 1.9", 2009.
STF 2780ABD21h 11m 48.23s59 59' 11.79" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 8 22:46:43More a multiple diffraction pattern, bubbling about in the sky, than a multiple star. However, there is a second star at pa ~225° WDS data: 6.09 - 6.77mv, U, 213 pa, 1.0", 2007.
STF 2912D22h 29m 57.93s4 25' 54" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 8 22:58:48The star was found, but the companion was not visible. WDS orbital catalog: < 0.1". 2008-2012. WDS data: 5.70 - 7.59mv, F2V, 117 pa, 0.1", 2008.
STT 508ABD23h 48m 50.11s62 12' 50.8" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 8 23:11:1There is a brightening of the first diffraction ring at ~ 180° pa. A very tough pair. WDS data: 5.66 - 7.95mv, A3Iae, 196 pa, 1.5", 2004.
STF 2942ABD22h 44m 5.2s39 27' 55.5" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 23 1:23:4Yellow orange primary, faint secondary. As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.18 - 8.94mv, U, 278 pa, 2.9", 2009.
STF 2924ABD22h 33m 2.7s69 54' 48.1" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 23 1:54:19Companion perhaps glimpsed as part of a diffraction pattern at pa 270°. I suspect it's closer than WDS's 1" (2008). WDS data: 7.82 - 6.28mv, A9III, 193 pa, 0.2", 2008.
STF 2963D22h 54m 15s76 20' 17.4" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 23 2:1:42A close pair, but cleanly split. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.95 - 8.53mv, A3, 2 pa, 1.9", 2004.
STT 489ABD23h 7m 53.84s75 23' 15.3" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 23 2:7:30A very difficult pair, the secondary is but a persistent speckle in the diffraction rings about the bright primary. As per the WDS. WDS data: 4.61 - 6.80mv, G0IV, 353 pa, 1.1", 2009.
STF 3062D0h 6m 15.8s58 26' 12.5" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 23 2:13:50A close, but obvious pair, each in the other's first diffraction ring. I see 340° pa, WDS sees 349° pa (2010). WDS data: 6.42 - 7.32mv, G3V, 349 pa, 1.5", 2010.
BU 396D1h 3m 37s61 4' 29.39" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 23 2:24:20A very difficult pair. There is but the faintest glimmer of the companion at 60° pa. It looks closer than the 1.3" given by the WDS. WDS data: 6.06 - 8.62mv, F0II, 67 pa, 1.3", 2007.
STF 96D1h 12m 41.24s65 0' 32.9" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 23 2:31:30A very difficult pair, there is a slight elongation in pa 270°, WDS: 286° pa. It seems closer than 1.3", again given by the WDS. 2005. WDS data: 7.92 - 8.92mv, F0, 286 pa, 0.9", 2005.
R LepV4h 59m 36.34s-14 48' 16.34" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 23 2:54:4Hipparcos 2340306 mv: 8.37 SAO 150049 mv: 8.8. As red as I've ever seen it. 8.7mv.
HJ 5367D22h 52m 31.53s-32 52' 32" C-8LBRP2011 10 25 21:20:53Barely split in tonights hazy, turblent sky. As per the WDS. WDS data: 4.50 - 8.20mv, A0III, 256 pa, 4.1", 2008.
STF 170D1h 55m 27.35s76 13' 28.4" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 30 3:28:32A close pair, the secondary seems fainter than it's published 8.24mv brightness. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.49 - 8.24mv, A5, 243 pa, 3.1", 2008.
STF 649ABD5h 8m 20.17s-8 39' 55.1" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 30 3:51:10A lackluster triple WDS data: 5.80 - 8.97mv, B8V, 69 pa, 21.6", 2009.
HJ 3750D5h 20m 26.9s-21 14' 23.1" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 30 4:0:40As per the WDS. Dull pair. WDS data: 4.72 - 8.45mv, A0Vv, 279 pa, 4.1", 2008.
NGC 2419N7h 38m 6s38 53' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 30 4:13:57Glimpsed! A faint smudge subtending a bit under 1/10th of the 18mm field. Harris (2010) gives the diameter as 4.6'. I saw less than half of this diameter, 1/10 of the 18mm field is 2.2'.
STF 471ABD3h 57m 51.21s40 0' 36.89" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 30 4:35:10A lovely, unequal, pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 2.85 - 8.88mv, B0.5V+A2V, 10 pa, 8.7", 2008.
BU 320ABD5h 28m 14.72s-20 45' 33.2" C-8Little Tycho2011 10 30 4:48:44Not split. There seemed to be a smudge at 20° pa, not 3° pa as reported in the WDS. WDS data: 2.90 - 7.5mv, G5II, 3 pa, 2.6", 2008.
SW CepV21h 25m 45.98s62 34' 25.33" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 1 20:16:7AC_2000 1891041 mv: 10.21 SAO 19388 mv: 9.4. There was a pastel red in this 9.2mv star.
NGC 7245N22h 15m 18s54 20' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 1 20:25:21Faint, diffuse, if seen at all. The field was found but the cluster which is a brightening of the Milky Way, is hard to see.
STF 97D1h 12m 18.97s51 31' 30.09" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 1 20:34:5A nice, if somewhat dim, pair. I see 115°, WDS: 102°, (2007). WDS data: 8.69 - 9.13mv, A0, 102 pa, 4.4", 2007.
STF 163ACD1h 51m 16.92s64 51' 17.89" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 1 20:46:19Webb's comment about the colors is a bit exagerated. I see the primary as a pastel orange, and the secondary as a very pastel blue. As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.80 - 10.74mv, K4+Ib-IIa, 255 pa, 114.4", 2000.
STF 175ABD1h 51m 1.96s21 6' 56.1" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 1 21:30:25Field and star found. I see a wide pair of ~25" sep, 357° pa, WDS sees a 6" pair at 359° pa (2010). My observation confirmed on WikiSky. WDS data: 8.99 - 9.36mv, F0, 359 pa, 27.8", 2010.
STF 282ABD2h 41m 2.45s65 38' 38.79" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 1 21:38:5A lovely, if somewhat faint pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 9.47 - 9.51mv, U, 295 pa, 6.6", 2010.
STF 314AB CD2h 52m 52.02s52 59' 50" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 1 21:44:5An exquisite pair of white stars, very close together. I see 325-330° pa, WDS sees 314° pa, 2006. WDS data: 6.95 - 7.26mv, U, 314 pa, 1.5", 2006.
RS PerV2h 22m 23.36s57 6' 38.81" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 1 21:53:503694-01387-1 mv: 9.38 AC_2000 1751848 mv: 10.77. A 9.0mv star, pastel red.
STF 384ABD3h 28m 29.04s59 54' 24" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 1 22:0:23A nice, tight pair, I see 280° pa, WDS: 272° pa, 2008. WDS data: 8.13 - 8.85mv, F8, 272 pa, 1.9", 2007.
WAK 24D2h 32m 22.09s39 22' 18.7" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 1 22:5:11Star found, but no companion seen. The Wikisky image of the star shows no double diffraction spike, as would be expected with a 5" separation of two 8mv stars. WDS misidentification? WDS data: 8.15 - 8.4mv, G0, 270 pa, 6.4", 2010.
STF 2589D19h 52m 32.56s0 38' 56.3" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 3 19:51:56An exquisite pair! As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.58 - 8.87mv, A0, 294 pa, 4.9", 2007.
STF 2611D19h 58m 51.89s47 21' 48.2" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 3 19:57:17An exquisite pair WDS data: 8.47 - 8.48mv, K0, 208 pa, 5.4", 2010.
STF 2619ABD20h 1m 1.69s48 15' 28.49" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 3 20:2:1A lovely pair WDS data: 8.91 - 8.92mv, G5, 239 pa, 4.2", 2008.
STF 2675ABD20h 8m 53.31s77 42' 40.9" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 3 20:8:50A very nice unequal pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 4.39 - 8.34mv, B9III, 120 pa, 7.2", 2003.
STF 2701D20h 36m 58.84s12 2' 55.3" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 3 20:17:52A nice, very close pair. As per the WDS (2006). WDS data: 8.32 - 8.59mv, G5, 221 pa, 2.0", 2009.
STF 2722D20h 43m 38.81s19 43' 40.69" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 3 20:24:43A very nice pair(2007). WDS data: 8.32 - 8.94mv, G5, 307 pa, 7.4", 2003.
STF 2765ABD21h 10m 59.31s9 32' 57.89" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 3 20:33:32A nice, close pair(2008). WDS data: 8.47 - 8.50mv, A3IV, 80 pa, 2.8", 2008.
STF 2781D21h 16m 43.31s-7 39' 18.29" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 3 20:41:38A close but nice pair. I see 3", WDS: 4". Pa is in agreement. 2007. WDS data: 8.69 - 8.87mv, F3V, 172 pa, 2.7", 2007.
STF 400ABD3h 35m 1.03s60 2' 29" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 3 21:21:35A very close pair. I see 1", 260°. WDS: 1.5", 266°. WDS data: 6.79 - 7.97mv, F3V, 266 pa, 1.6", 2009.
STF 2292D18h 12m 6.73s27 38' 35.9" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 4 20:10:7There is the slightest hint of elongation in 270° pa. As per the WDS, in so far as I can make it out. WDS data: 8.30 - 8.62mv, A2, 275 pa, 0.9", 2010.
STF 2294D18h 14m 33.68s0 10' 32.89" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 4 20:17:56Companion not visible. Tonight's seeing just isn't sub arc second! WDS data: 8.22 - 8.55mv, F2, 91 pa, 1.4", 2010.
AG 366D18h 58m 3.45s47 11' 30.1" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 4 20:32:38A very close pair, barely split in tonight's poor seeing. As per the WDS, but 2.6" looks like too much separation. Pa agrees. 2007. WDS data: 8.54 - 8.67mv, G0, 190 pa, 1.5", 2009.
STF 2663ABD20h 16m 48.53s39 41' 50.39" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 4 20:42:59A nice pair WDS data: 8.20 - 8.66mv, A0II, 322 pa, 5.4", 2007.
WEI 35ABD20h 29m 13.53s37 30' 45.8" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 4 20:58:56A nice, somewhat unequal pair. As per the WDS. 2009. WDS data: 8.35 - 8.81mv, F5, 213 pa, 3.5", 2009.
WEI 35ABD20h 29m 13.53s37 30' 45.8" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 4 21:5:20A pair just east of WEI 35. This pair is also designated WEI 35 by the WDS. WDS data: 8.35 - 8.81mv, F5, 213 pa, 3.5", 2009.
STT 416D20h 51m 58.63s43 45' 28" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 4 21:12:21A nice pair. I see 125° pa, WDS 118°, 2010. WDS data: 8.64 - 8.94mv, Am, 118 pa, 9.4", 2010.
STF 2747D21h 2m 21.92s37 39' 14" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 4 21:22:44A very nice pair 2007. WDS data: 8.45 - 8.66mv, G5, 266 pa, 4.6", 2007.
STT 503ABD23h 42m 2.13s20 17' 47.3" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 6 1:22:55A very difficult pair, in tonight's average seeing. As per the WDS (2009). WDS data: 8.26 - 8.63mv, F8, 133 pa, 1.0", 2009.
BU 1ACD0h 52m 49.22s56 37' 39.5" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 6 1:35:3An exquisite triple star, in a lovely field. As per the WDS (2007). WDS data: 8.58 - 8.89mv, O9V, 133 pa, 3.9", 2009.
NGC 2126N6h 3m 0s49 54' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 6 1:47:5A very loose cluster, subtending about half of the 18mm field. A 6mv star with about 10 11...mv stars around it.
DOO 35D5h 55m 41.23s52 58' 40.29" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 6 2:2:47The star was found, but the 9mv companion, at 7" is not there. WDS data: 9. - 9.mv, U, 356 pa, 6.3", 1999.
STF 364D3h 13m 35.34s39 8' 41.5" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 6 2:36:24A nice, if somewhat faint pair. As per the WDS (2007). WDS data: 8.73 - 8.92mv, F0, 311 pa, 11.7", 2007.
NGC 1235N3h 12m 48s38 56' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 6 2:38:50While the RNGC identifies this as a triple star, it looks like a loose cluster to me. 3 8mv stars and about 8 11...mv stars around them. There is no mention on the internet of this being a cluster.
XX PerV2h 3m 8.55s55 14' 0.4" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 6 2:51:37AC_2000 1566387 mv: 10.53 SAO 22884 mv: 8.5. A reddish 8.5mv star.
SHY 89ACD17h 10m 10.51s54 29' 39.8" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 7 19:0:38A lackluster pair WDS data: 8.99 - 8.67mv, K0K4V, 10 pa, 17.6", 1999.
STF 2550ABD19h 26m 59.47s73 21' 58.69" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 7 19:7:11A close pair, but easily split in the 6mm. I see 250° pa. WDS data: 8.50 - 8.43mv, F2, 251 pa, 1.9", 2009.
J 504D20h 4m 43.29s24 43' 25" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 7 19:30:26AKA J 504. A very faint pair. I estimate the stars to be 10.5mv. Separation and pa as per the WDS, confirmed by Aladin/UCAC4, which gives magnitudes of 11.7 and 11.8. Old (2011) WDS data: 8.9 - 8.9mv, U, 184 pa, 3.7", 2001.
STT 395D20h 2m 1.44s24 56' 16.8" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 7 19:36:11A pair of Airy discs sitting with the first diffraction ring. I see 310° pa. WDS data: 5.83 - 6.19mv, F2III, 126 pa, 0.9", 2009.
HJ 1485D20h 9m 37.18s33 24' 39.1" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 7 19:43:5A lovely pair in a star studded field. WDS data: 8.25 - 8.94mv, A2V, 277 pa, 4.9", 2008.
BU 442D20h 16m 31.39s37 38' 31" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 7 19:52:58A lovely assembalage of stars. There were 2 8.5mv stars and 4 others around them of 11mv to 13mv. WDS data: 8.04 - 8.82mv, U, 50 pa, 16.9", 2008.
STF 2667D20h 17m 30.43s45 38' 16" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 7 19:59:29A nice pair. I see 220° pa. WDS data: 8.66 - 9.00mv, A5, 224 pa, 8.4", 2004.
STF 2702D20h 35m 34.94s35 10' 10.79" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 7 20:4:40Cleanly split in the 6mm. 200° pa. WDS data: 8.70 - 8.99mv, A0, 206 pa, 3.1", 2009.
STF 2767D21h 10m 30.42s19 57' 35.7" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 7 20:11:11A nice, close pair. 3", 30° pa. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.19 - 8.47mv, F4V, 29 pa, 2.4", 2008.
H 1 47D21h 12m 22.55s-15 0' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 7 20:15:59A very nice pair. I see 135° pa, 7". WDS data: 8.25 - 8.31mv, G3IVG3V, 309 pa, 3.9", 2010.
STF 2862D22h 7m 6.64s0 34' 13" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 7 20:21:9A nice, close pair. I see 95° pa. WDS data: 8.04 - 8.41mv, G0, 96 pa, 2.5", 2008.
STF 2928ABD22h 39m 34.63s-12 36' 54.69" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 7 20:26:33An exquisite, close pair, I see 290° pa. WDS data: 8.63 - 8.78mv, G8/K0V, 283 pa, 3.0", 2010.
BU 177D22h 52m 23.7s-21 42' 29.5" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 7 20:31:31A nice, close pair. I see 275° pa. In an otherwise starless region in this southerly, moonwashed sky. WDS data: 8.92 - 8.99mv, F0IV, 278 pa, 2.7", 2000.
STF 2961D22h 56m 30.91s62 52' 6.9" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 7 20:38:20A very nice, close pair. I see 355°. WDS data: 8.48 - 8.61mv, B0V, 348 pa, 1.9", 2007.
STF 2971D22h 56m 41.48s78 29' 45" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 7 20:42:18An exquisite pair. I see 0° pa. WDS data: 8.04 - 8.87mv, G5, 4 pa, 5.4", 2010.
ARG 39ABD20h 42m 29.78s49 15' 59.09" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 8 19:6:19A nice pair. I see 180° pa, 20". WDS data: 8.42 - 8.93mv, K5, 181 pa, 14.2", 2010.
STF 2724D20h 44m 28.01s23 56' 0.19" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 8 19:11:35An exquisite pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.97 - 9.00mv, G0, 151 pa, 2.1", 2009.
STT 431ABD21h 11m 30.87s41 14' 28.7" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 8 19:16:20A faint, but lovely pair. Part of a nice circlet asterism of other 8-9mv stars. WDS data: 8.80 - 8.99mv, F8, 124 pa, 2.6", 2011.
STF 2806ABD21h 28m 39.58s70 33' 38.5" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 8 19:22:3A very nice unequal pair. I see 235° pa. WDS data: 3.17 - 8.63mv, U, 250 pa, 14.1", 2009.
STF 38D0h 35m 27.32s58 40' 42.59" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 8 19:27:57A nice pair WDS data: 8.66 - 8.97mv, A0, 144 pa, 17.1", 2008.
STF 2267D18h 1m 41.17s40 10' 41.9" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 8 19:36:59Star found, but not split. Elongated in pa 290. WDS data: 8.41 - 8.84mv, A3, 272 pa, 0.6", 2010.
STF 2320D18h 27m 45.88s24 41' 50.79" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 8 19:44:57A very difficult pair, I see 320° pa. WDS data: 7.14 - 8.90mv, B9V, 358 pa, 1.1", 2010.
STF 2403D18h 44m 18.24s61 2' 53.29" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 8 19:49:49Star found, companion not visible. WDS data: 6.25 - 8.35mv, G8III, 277 pa, 1.1", 2010.
BU 248ABD19h 17m 43.63s23 1' 32" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 8 19:54:14A very close pair. I see 310° pa. Subtract 180, and it's close to the WDS value, 128°, 2009. WDS data: 5.43 - 8.75mv, B0.5IV, 128 pa, 1.7", 2009.
STF 2574D19h 40m 34.79s62 39' 53.4" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 8 20:0:57Star found. Perhaps split at 320° pa. WDS data: 7.73 - 8.91mv, F8V, 90 pa, 0.5", 2009.
STF 2597ABD19h 55m 19.48s-6 44' 4.7" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 8 20:15:10Star found, but companion not visible. WDS orbital catalog: < 1". WDS data: 6.94 - 7.98mv, F2V, 101 pa, 0.6", 2010.
STF 239D2h 17m 25.29s28 44' 42.09" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 11 18:42:25Nice pair WDS data: 7.09 - 7.83mv, F7VF9V, 212 pa, 14.0", 2010.
STF 2481A BCD19h 11m 7.9s38 46' 48" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 12 18:55:51I see 205° pa. Exquisite pair. WDS data: 8.39 - 8.31mv, G6V, 20 pa, 4.6", 2010.
ES 2490D19h 20m 50.49s37 39' 18" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 12 19:6:35As per the WDS. The companion is also a binary, making this a triple system. It too agrees with the WDS. The system is flanked by 2 outliers, making a total of 5 star in a row. WDS data: 10.8 - 11.6mv, K1III, 40 pa, 21.5", 1998.
HJ 1448D19h 52m 0.36s38 1' 54" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 12 19:18:52A dim, dull pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 9.72 - 9.83mv, K, 168 pa, 11.5", 2008.
STF 2646D20h 14m 25.16s-6 2' 36" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 12 19:32:16A dull, wide pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 9.3 - 12.5mv, U, 105 pa, 26.9", 1999.
DA 12D20h 8m 57.13s28 41' 3.7" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 12 20:0:39Star found, but the companion was not visible. WDS data: 8.04 - 8.15mv, K4III, 90 pa, 12.5", 1991.
STF 2664D20h 19m 38.47s13 0' 17.2" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 12 20:5:30A dull, wide pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.07 - 8.34mv, K0, 320 pa, 27.4", 2008.
STF 2525ABD19h 26m 33.7s27 19' 21.9" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 17 19:4:56A nice, close pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.19 - 8.39mv, F8, 290 pa, 2.1", 2010.
HJ 1453D19h 55m 17.67s24 41' 39.59" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 17 19:14:46The field was found, the star was not visible. WDS data: 9. - 9.mv, U, 247 pa, 12.3", 2009.
ES 2708D21h 22m 25.98s52 17' 54" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 17 19:32:13A lackluster pair WDS data: 8.68 - 8.97mv, A0, 40 pa, 29.6", 2003.
DAE 8D23h 58m 13.67s-17 24' 33.79" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 17 19:47:21Star not visible. UCAC4 APASS brightness is 12.0mv. WDS data: 8.44 - 8.46mv, M2M2, 356 pa, 2.0", 2008. IR star.
S CasV1h 19m 42s72 36' 41" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 17 20:56:15Field found, star not visible, too faint.
T AriV2h 48m 19.49s17 30' 38.95" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 17 21:5:271223-01422-1 mv: 9.838 1226-01152-1 mv: 10.228. A 9.7mv deep red star.
CHE 69D2h 47m 25.11s17 12' 35.8" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 17 21:10:43The companion is barely visible in the 12.5, it was only seen with averted vision. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.2 - 10.6mv, A0, 352 pa, 28.2", 2006.
NGC 6886N20h 12m 42s19 59' 0" C-11LBRP2011 11 18 20:44:52What distinguishes this 12mv planetary from a 12mv star is that it vanishes when one looks directly at it.
NGC 7562N23h 16m 0s6 41' 0" C-11LBRP2011 11 18 21:12:55A small, glowing spot. E? Listed as an E by the RNGC. It's WikiSky image looks like an E3.
NGC 7619N23h 20m 12s8 12' 0" C-11LBRP2011 11 18 22:0:57With N 7626, a pair of faint E0s? E2: Burnham.
NGC 7626N23h 20m 42s8 13' 0" C-11LBRP2011 11 18 22:0:57With N 7619, a pair of faint E0s? E1: Burnham.
STF 55D0h 44m 22.95s33 37' 5.6" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 24 22:24:58Star found, but not split. WDS data: 8.33 - 8.89mv, A5IV, 330 pa, 2.2", 2008.
STF 512D4h 15m 45.03s45 23' 37.69" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 24 22:30:27A lovely pair WDS data: 8.73 - 8.79mv, G5, 218 pa, 5.4", 2008.
STF 612ABD4h 54m 16.63s7 22' 22.89" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 24 22:36:31A very nice pair WDS data: 8.33 - 8.41mv, K0, 200 pa, 16.1", 2010.
STF 648ABD5h 10m 59.19s32 2' 19.49" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 24 22:41:43An exquisite pair WDS data: 8.14 - 8.93mv, G5, 62 pa, 4.7", 2008.
STF 669D5h 18m 56.77s45 14' 51.4" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 24 22:46:21A very nice pair WDS data: 8.44 - 8.97mv, F0, 278 pa, 9.9", 2007.
WNC 2A BCD5h 23m 51.31s-0 51' 59" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 24 22:52:53A nice, close pair. I see 170° pa, WDS sees 159° pa, 2008. WDS data: 6.87 - 6.96mv, F6V, 159 pa, 3.1", 2008.
STF 710ABD5h 25m 13.07s-11 18' 44.59" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 24 23:0:0A nice pair which would be improved by clearer skies than tonight's high haze. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.61 - 8.91mv, A2Vb, 196 pa, 10.8", 2004.
STF 2703ABD20h 36m 49.4s14 43' 42.4" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 25 20:21:40A nice triple star of 8.5mv stars in a lovely star field. There are 3.5mv and 4.7mv stars on either side. WDS data: 8.35 - 8.42mv, A5, 290 pa, 25.0", 2009.
STF 2793AB CD21h 25m 5.66s9 23' 2" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 25 20:30:31An OK pair WDS data: 7.44 - 8.98mv, A5IV-V, 242 pa, 26.7", 2008.
STF 360D3h 12m 9.58s37 13' 3.3" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 25 20:45:8A very nice, close pair. I see 140° pa. WDS sees 126° pa. WDS data: 8.02 - 8.29mv, G0, 126 pa, 2.9", 2009.
STF 291D2h 41m 6.81s18 47' 59" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 25 20:53:21A splendid, close pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.50 - 9.53mv, U, 243 pa, 65.3", 2000.
STF 299ABD2h 43m 18.04s3 14' 8.89" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 25 21:3:32There is a brightening in the primary's diffraction pattern in ~300° pa WDS data: 3.54 - 6.18mv, A1V, 283 pa, 2.8", 2006.
STF 429D3h 41m 16.94s28 31' 58.79" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 25 21:16:13The secondary is quite faint, only visible in the 12.5, with averted vision in these light polluted skies. As per the WDS. WDS data: 9.5 - 12.0mv, G0, 104 pa, 16.3", 2000.
STF 515D4h 13m 23.04s2 52' 7.69" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 25 21:26:12A nice but close and faint pair of 9mv stars WDS data: 9.04 - 9.15mv, F5, 44 pa, 3.5", 2000.
HD 206362, S CepR21h 35m 12.6s78 37' 28" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 25 21:49:17mv:. A very red 7mv star with a tinge of orange. An impressive sight! Almost as red as R Lep.
HD 4350, U CasR0h 46m 21.4s48 14' 39" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 25 22:2:50mv:. Not see, below 12mv.
WW CasV1h 33m 32.5s57 45' 4" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 25 22:12:56C1: AC_2000 1730312 mv: 11.93 C2: AC_2000 1730396 mv: 12.25. A 9.7mv (SAO magnitudes) star. Fairly red, but the color is hard to see at this brightness.
HJ 647D2h 2m 38.63s7 40' 36.5" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 25 22:20:22A dull pair whose primary is an M8. No easily seen color, it's a pastel red-gray. As per the WDS. WDS data: 9.96 - 11.04mv, M8, 50 pa, 30.0", 2008.
R OriV4h 59m 0.83s8 7' 58.98" C-8Little Tycho2011 11 25 22:31:250685-01134-1 mv: 9.877 0684-00775-1 mv: 10.145. A 10.1mv star. No color seen.
STF 2683D20h 28m 23.49s-13 9' 23" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 1 18:34:32A dull pair WDS data: 8.52 - 8.88mv, F3VF6V, 67 pa, 22.7", 2003.
STFA 50D20h 13m 37.89s46 44' 28" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 1 18:49:28A lovely, colored pair With 30 Cyg (STFA 50) a superb triple. All in all, a delightful star scape. WDS data: 3.93 - 6.97mv, K2II, 174 pa, 106.7", 2008.
OO VulV19h 21m 2.91s20 2' 26.11" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 1 19:1:21T-1608-00270-1 mv: 11.292 Below 11.5mv.
NGC 1893N5h 22m 42s33 24' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 2 20:39:17This looks like a chance grouping of milky way stars. Very loose, if a cluster at all. WikiSky: There is quite a bit of nebulosity here, invisible in the moonlight and light pollution.
STF 208ABD2h 3m 39.25s25 56' 7.59" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 2 21:2:5Star elongated in pa 330°. This was seen only in the 6mm. WDS data: 5.82 - 7.87mv, F8IV, 23 pa, 2.0", 2006.
STF 1009D7h 5m 40.05s52 45' 27" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 2 21:10:17A goregous pair of white stars, best in the 9mm. I see 160° pa, WDS: 148° pa, 2008. WDS data: 7.01 - 11.94mv, U, 133 pa, 179.1", 1998.
TX AurV5h 9m 5.21s39 0' 13.44" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 2 21:51:4SAO 57665 mv: 9.1 SAO 57685 mv: 8.9. A dull red, 9.1mv star.
STF 73ABD0h 54m 58.02s23 37' 42.4" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 10 19:0:1A pair only resolved in the 6mm. Exactly as per the WDS. WDS data: 6.12 - 6.54mv, K1IV, 325 pa, 1.1", 2010.
L 57D3h 6m 18s25 15' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 10 19:4:31Field found, star non existant. WDS error. WDS data: 7.5 - 8.0mv, U, 41 pa, 1.5", 1910.
BU 84D3h 16m 0.86s-5 55' 7.29" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 10 19:9:44A barely split pair. Approximately the elongation of the image seems between 10 and 30° pa. WDS: 9° (2008). WDS data: 6.38 - 7.93mv, B9V, 9 pa, 1.0", 2008.
AC 2ABD3h 18m 22.42s-0 55' 49" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 10 19:19:6Companion not visible. WDS data: 5.60 - 7.97mv, G9IV, 260 pa, 1.3", 2008.
BU 533ABD3h 35m 37.81s31 40' 48.69" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 10 19:26:27A very close pair, barely resolved. More a slightly elongated diffraction pattern. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.55 - 7.74mv, F4V, 222 pa, 1.0", 2009.
BU 547ABD4h 13m 56.39s9 15' 50" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 10 19:32:3If I saw the companion at all, it was in 40° pa. WDS claims 341° pa, 2009. WDS data: 5.05 - 7.32mv, G5IV+A8V, 341 pa, 1.2", 2009.
AG PegV21h 51m 1.97s12 37' 28.95" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 10 19:56:33 C1: SAO 107460 mv: 7.9 C2: SAO 107453 mv: 8.1 An 8.0mv star with a slightly yellowish cast.
VV CepV21h 56m 39.17s63 37' 31.34" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 10 20:1:56 C1: SAO 19826 mv: 6.5, C2: SAO 19828 mv: 5.5 A bright yellow orange star of 6.5mv.
S 423AB CD2h 57m 14.69s-24 58' 9" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 24 21:22:0An OK pair WDS data: 8.06 - 7.86mv, K2V, 226 pa, 28.9", 2008.
KNT 3ABD5h 26m 50.11s3 5' 46.9" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 24 21:36:18I see a brightening in the diffraction pattern at 30°, pa. The WDS sees 331, 1991. A very difficult, if resolved at all, pair. WDS data: 4.57 - 8.62mv, B2IV, 327 pa, 2.9", 1991.
STF 751D5h 35m 48.02s-0 59' 12.8" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 24 21:46:34An OK pair of stars WDS data: 8.02 - 8.96mv, B8V, 123 pa, 15.8", 2003.
STF 758D5h 38m 9.9s-0 11' 1" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 24 21:55:56A very nice starscape with two bright stars just WSW of the pair, and a couple of other stars in the same pa on either side of these 4 stars. I see 125°, WDS sees 298° pa. WDS data: 8.69 - 8.52mv, U, 298 pa, 11.2", 2006.
STF 753AB CD5h 38m 38.1s30 29' 32" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 25 19:25:10A nice, unequal pair. I see 285° pa, WDS sees 273° pa, 2008. WDS data: 5.46 - 8.41mv, A6V, 268 pa, 12.2", 2008.
STF 813D5h 54m 22.36s18 54' 1.59" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 25 19:35:59A rather close pair. Seems closer that the 3.1" sep listed by the WDS. The 151° pa seems OK. 2008. WDS data: 8.82 - 8.97mv, A0, 151 pa, 3.1", 2008.
RS PegV22h 12m 15.85s14 33' 12.62" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 25 19:50:57T-1148-00526-1 mv: 10.868 AC_2000 611804 mv: 11.91. A 12mv star of no preceptible color.
Y PegV22h 11m 37.92s14 21' 53.34" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 25 19:55:52T-1148-00526-1 mv: 10.868 AC_2000 611790 mv: 11.72. A 11.4mv star of no color.
AE CetV0h 14m 38.6s-18 55' 54.19" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 25 20:2:6 A deep yellow star, with orange tinges. No comparison stars close by.
NGC 2068N5h 46m 42s0 3' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 25 20:28:34Only the faintest glow in tonight's slightly hazy skies. Invisible in the 24mm, best in the 18mm.
R LepV4h 59m 36.34s-14 48' 16.34" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 25 20:34:16SAO 150049 mv: 8.8 T-5329-00258-1 mv: 10.129. Faint, but very red. Perhaps never more ruddy. 9.5mv.
STT 456ABD21h 55m 31.59s52 31' 40.69" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 26 19:10:37A close pair in a beautiful star field. WDS data: 8.25 - 8.93mv, F2V, 37 pa, 1.6", 2008.
AC 1D0h 20m 54.1s32 58' 40.89" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 26 19:15:42A close pair, but easily split in tonights farily steady skies. There is a orange K5 6mv star just south of it. WDS data: 7.27 - 8.26mv, F5V, 288 pa, 1.8", 2008.
BU 258ABD1h 13m 9.82s61 42' 22.3" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 26 19:26:48The secondary is but a whisp on the western edge of the primarie's diffraction pattern. I suspect this one's closer than the WDS's 1.5", 2008. WDS data: 6.50 - 8.80mv, B9V, 262 pa, 1.5", 2007.
BU 87D4h 22m 22.73s20 49' 16.39" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 26 19:38:43I see an M0 star, as per the Bright star catalog. BU 87 is not as advertised here. WDS data: 6.21 - 8.60mv, B3VK3II, 168 pa, 1.9", 2007.
STF 272D2h 33m 8.71s58 27' 44.89" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 26 19:45:13A close pair in a nice star field. WDS data: 8.33 - 8.36mv, A3V, 216 pa, 1.9", 2009.
STT 67D3h 57m 8.31s61 6' 32.19" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 26 19:58:44The companion is almost invisible, caught in the glare of the primary. I see 30-40° pa, WDS sees 49° pa, 2009. WDS data: 5.25 - 8.06mv, K3I-II, 49 pa, 1.7", 2006.
NGC 2331N7h 7m 12s27 21' 0" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 30 3:5:40A large group of 5 10mv stars, the 11.5mv stars are barely glimpsed in tonight's hazy sky.
STT 545ABD5h 59m 43.24s37 12' 45.9" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 30 3:19:24The secondary is almost lost in the glare of the primary. Best seen in the 6mm. WDS data: 2.60 - 7.2mv, A0pSi, 304 pa, 4.0", 2009.
STF 897D6h 22m 25.94s26 40' 8" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 30 3:27:42A nice, if somewhat faint pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.76 - 8.95mv, A0, 349 pa, 18.3", 2006.
S 532ACD6h 41m 10.24s-7 59' 26.09" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 30 3:35:54An OK pair 2011. WDS data: 8.97 - 8.68mv, B9, 189 pa, 11.1", 2011.
SHJ 75ABD6h 46m 44.33s43 34' 37.29" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 30 3:43:13A nice, unequal pair. Yellow and orange. I see 35° pa, WDS sees 45°, 2009. WDS data: 5.31 - 8.65mv, G0V, 45 pa, 28.4", 2009.
STF 995D6h 57m 12.9s11 0' 36.69" C-8Little Tycho2011 12 30 3:54:20A faint pair 2004. Interesting star field with another brighter and much wider pair just north, not in the WDS. Wikisky: the star identified in the WDS as STF 995 does not appear to be double. The pair I found is 9.7 - 10.4, 24" apart, in 300° pa. The WDS does not identify it, or more probably has it's RA slightly off. My pair is 6h 57m 12.9s, not 6h 56m 20.45s. The decs are virtually the same. WDS data: 8.17 - 8.7mv, G5, 293 pa, 21.7", 2004.2017 May update: The 9.7mv - 10.4mv pair this observation refers to is STF 995.
STF 998D6h 56m 52.87s-5 28' 44.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 6 1:5:52A nice, close pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.71 - 8.92mv, A5, 211 pa, 3.1", 2008.
STF 1011D7h 0m 50.91s-15 18' 56.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 6 1:15:12A nice pair 1998. WDS data: 8.52 - 9.0mv, A2/3V, 300 pa, 4.1", 1998.
STF 1066D7h 20m 7.38s21 58' 56.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 6 1:20:38A very unequal pair 2009. WDS data: 3.55 - 8.18mv, A9IIIK3V, 226 pa, 5.6", 2009.
NGC 2392N7h 29m 12s20 55' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 6 1:28:57A very hazy star in tonight's moon washed sky. Brighter towards the center, I could see no ring.
STF 1309D9h 6m 38.25s2 49' 6.29" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 6 1:35:36A lovely pair of 8.5mv stars. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.48 - 8.38mv, F5, 274 pa, 11.7", 2011.
R LeoV9h 47m 33.6s11 25' 49.01" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 6 1:45:55 C1: T-0831-01041-1 mv: 9.331 C2: T-0831-01223-1 mv: 9.922 9.3mv. Ruddy, but faint in tonight's moon washed sky.
STF 1459D10h 40m 12.45s38 24' 11.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 6 1:52:35An exquisite pair of stars. I see 160° pa, WDS sees 152° pa, 2006. WDS data: 8.34 - 8.85mv, K4III, 152 pa, 5.3", 2006.
STF 1530D11h 19m 43.91s-6 53' 54.79" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 6 2:12:40A nice pair 2003. WDS data: 8.56 - 8.91mv, F2, 313 pa, 7.9", 2003.
STF 185ABD2h 2m 9.26s75 30' 7.9" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 10 18:58:36*Perhaps* split. If so it seems to agree with the WDS, 2007. WDS data: 6.77 - 8.58mv, A0, 9 pa, 1.1", 2007.
BU 527ABD3h 6m 4.01s-13 26' 5.5" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 10 19:8:13A very close, but obviously split, in the 6mm, pair. WDS data: 8.20 - 8.88mv, F5V, 98 pa, 1.3", 1998.
HU 544D3h 15m 48.7s50 57' 21.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 10 19:17:19A barely resolved pair. I see 210° pa, WDS sees 102°, 2008. WDS data: 6.72 - 8.20mv, A0, 102 pa, 1.6", 2008.
DA 5ABD5h 24m 28.61s-2 23' 49.69" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 10 19:22:53A tight pair, enveloped in each other's diffraction patterns. WDS data: 3.56 - 4.87mv, B1V+B2e, 77 pa, 1.8", 2010.
R PscV1h 30m 38.28s2 52' 57.13" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 10 19:52:19SAO 109956 mv: 8.2 SAO 109928 mv: 8.6. A colorless 8.6mv star.
HD 236697, V466 CasR1h 19m 53.69s58 18' 31" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 10 20:1:50C1: T-3682-02291-1 mv: 9.857, C2: SAO 22169 mv: 8.6. A pale red orange star of 8.6mv.
HD 27482R4h 21m 15.3s27 21' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 10 20:11:2mv:. A very red orange star, for a K0!
SHJ 40ABD4h 20m 21.23s27 21' 3.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 10 20:12:51An easy, wide, bright pair. Colors are a subtle gold and blue. WDS data: 5.08 - 7.51mv, K2III, 261 pa, 49.1", 2008.
W TauV4h 27m 57.19s16 2' 43.23" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 10 20:20:4A ruddy star, outshown by the nearby Hyades stars.
S 468D5h 10m 14.62s13 59' 42.59" C-7Little Tycho2012 1 13 18:49:40A wide, dull pair. As per the WDS,2004 WDS data: 8.62 - 8.86mv, F8, 166 pa, 26.7", 2004.
STF 792D5h 46m 46.53s-3 15' 36.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 13 19:3:26A dull, wide pair 2004. WDS data: 8.66 - 8.93mv, G0, 131 pa, 24.7", 2004.
RS AndV23h 55m 21.69s48 38' 17" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 13 19:15:44SAO 53467 mv: 7.9 T-3643-00110-1 mv: 9.97. An 8.2mv star (SAO system) that is pale deep orange.
HD 1987, S CetR0h 24m 3.49s-9 19' 37" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 13 19:24:53C1: T-5262-00711-1 mv: 11.433, C2: T-5262-00509-1 mv: 10.385. Below 11.4mv, Tycho system.
BD+06 319R2h 2m 38.69s7 40' 37" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 13 19:57:16mv:. A faint, colorless star, a double as per the WDS, 2010. WDS data: HJ 647, 9.96 - 11.04mv, M8, 19° pa, 26.6", 2010.
STF 1050ABD7h 19m 51.28s54 55' 18.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 13 20:21:59A nice, wide pair. WDS data: 8.08 - 8.80mv, A0V, 24 pa, 19.3", 2005.
STF 1089ABD7h 26m 11.97s14 50' 25.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 13 20:31:32A very nice, if faint pair 2007. WDS data: 8.87 - 8.93mv, A2, 7 pa, 7.2", 2007.
STF 1099D7h 29m 25.86s11 31' 44.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 13 20:38:1A faint pair 2007. WDS data: 8.54 - 8.94mv, A0, 343 pa, 4.0", 2007.
NGC 467N1h 19m 12s3 18' 0" C-11Syria, Va2012 1 15 19:52:57N 467 is small with a compact nucleus.
NGC 470N1h 19m 42s3 25' 0" C-11Syria, Va2012 1 15 19:52:57N 470 is large and diffuse.
NGC 474N1h 20m 6s3 25' 0" C-11Syria, Va2012 1 15 19:52:57N 474 is small with a compact, bright nucleus, N 470 is large and diffuse, Sc? N 467 is small with a compact nucleus
NGC 864N2h 15m 30s6 0' 0" C-11Syria, Va2012 1 15 20:34:42A glow with a 10mv star in front of it.
IC 239N2h 36m 30s38 58' 0" C-11Syria, Va2012 1 15 20:41:21A faint smudge with a barely discernable nucleus. In a brilliant star field. WikiSky: A barred spiral. RNGC: 12.8mv.
NGC 891N2h 22m 36s42 21' 0" C-11Syria, Va2012 1 15 20:45:17A faint, large streak in the sky. The center dust lane was barely glimpsed with averted vision.
NGC 1022N2h 38m 30s-6 40' 0" C-11Syria, Va2012 1 15 20:50:26A fairly large, but faint elliptical smudge. Gradually brighter towards the middle. Sc? Burnham: Sb, Revised Shapley-Ames, Barred Spiral.
NGC 1421N3h 42m 30s-13 29' 0" C-11Syria, Va2012 1 15 21:21:49A very faint smudge, found only with the aid of the finder chart. No noticable detail. An iced up corrector plate made the galaxy look very faint. Burnham: Sb, 12.0.
NGC 1073N2h 43m 42s1 23' 0" C-11Syria, Va2012 1 15 21:25:14A slight brightening of the night sky, seen only when slewing the telescope. 11.0mv seems too bright. Burnham: SBc, 12.0mv. I suspect my corrector plate had iced up making the galaxy appear fainter than it is.
NGC 1003N2h 39m 18s40 52' 0" C-11Syria, Va2012 1 15 21:29:43A faint pear shaped blob with a 12mv star in front of it. WikiSky give the star's magnitude at 9.8. The German Wikipedia classifies the galaxy as an Sc.
NGC 1058N2h 43m 30s37 21' 0" C-11Syria, Va2012 1 15 21:34:27A faint blob, with no discernable detail. Found with the finder chart. Burnham: Sc, 12.5mv.
NGC 1961N5h 42m 6s69 23' 0" C-11Syria, Va2012 1 15 21:44:48A lovely, bright galaxy with mottling like a tiny cluster of stars in front of it. WikiSky: There are some 13mv and fainter field stars superimposed on the galaxy, and the galaxy iteslf shows a few bright HII regions.
NGC 2304N6h 55m 0s18 1' 0" C-11Syria, Va2012 1 15 21:50:48A cluster of around 50 12mv... stars in a very rich field. This would have been invisible at Little Tycho.
STFA 5D2h 37m 0.52s24 38' 50" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 24 19:1:9A very nice, wide pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.50 - 7.02mv, F5VF7V, 275 pa, 37.8", 2010.
H 5 17D0h 36m 52.84s33 43' 9" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 24 19:13:46A wide, unequal pair, yellow and faintly orange WDS data: 4.36 - 7.08mv, B5V, 175 pa, 37.2", 2010.
IC 2157N6h 5m 0s24 0' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 24 19:25:46A very faint smudge, found only with the aid of the finder chart. No stars seen.
NGC 2355N7h 16m 54s13 47' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 24 19:36:8A small, 2-3', smattering of faint stars, barely visible, 12... There is a bright, 9mv star very close by.
DV EriV4h 34m 11.66s-8 13' 48.68" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 24 19:50:2A yellow white star. Don't know how this one made its way into Espins's list.
STF 536D4h 22m 10.2s-4 40' 37.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 24 20:10:25A pair of star with their Airy discs touching. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.94 - 8.73mv, A7IV, 190 pa, 1.5", 2008.
STF 554D4h 30m 8.59s15 38' 16.2" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 24 20:21:13Star found, but companion was not visible in the glare of the primary. WDS data: 5.70 - 8.12mv, F0V+G0V, 17 pa, 1.5", 2009. WDS true of date: 5.70 - 8.12mv, F0V+G0V, 20.37 pa, 1.71", 2012.
STF 729ABD5h 31m 14.53s3 17' 31.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 24 20:36:27Companion not visible in tonight's poor seeing. WDS data: 5.71 - 6.74mv, B1.5V, 27 pa, 1.8", 2010.
STF 956ACD6h 42m 40.55s1 42' 58.2" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 24 21:11:30A wide, dull pair WDS data: 7.96 - 8.95mv, U, 158 pa, 36.5", 2002.
S 504D5h 58m 28.34s-20 9' 53.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 28 22:20:36A nice, close pair. I see 75° pa, WDS records 67°, 2008. WDS data: 8.74 - 8.88mv, F0, 67 pa, 3.6", 2008.
NGC 2204N6h 15m 42s-18 39' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 28 22:32:2An 11mv star surrounded by a faint glow.
S 517ABD6h 22m 8.5s-16 36' 0.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 28 22:35:54A dull pair 2008. WDS data: 8.68 - 8.80mv, A5, 192 pa, 22.7", 2004.
S 541D6h 56m 34.17s-22 38' 41.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 28 22:41:26A nice pair of yellow stars 1999. WDS data: 7.48 - 8.53mv, K0/1III:, 45 pa, 23.3", 1999.
SHJ 70ABD6h 27m 46.58s20 47' 22.6" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 28 22:47:47A lovely, wide pair, yellow and white. WDS data: 6.65 - 8.18mv, K2III, 203 pa, 25.5", 2010.
HJ 3945ABD7h 16m 36.83s-23 18' 56.09" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 28 22:52:58Superb wide pair, yellow orange and blue. Much like Albireo. WDS data: 5.00 - 5.84mv, K3IbdF0, 52 pa, 26.4", 2008.
STF 1132D7h 42m 12.49s-3 31' 10.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 28 23:2:39An OK pair 2003. WDS data: 8.13 - 8.49mv, K5, 235 pa, 20.2", 2003.
HUT 1D8h 12m 13.26s17 38' 51" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 28 23:8:56AKA Zeta Cnc. A superb triple. Seen before? The data for HUT 1 seems incorrect. WDS error? WDS data: 6.2 - 7.1mv, M1, 71 pa, 5.7", 2010.
NGC 2506N8h 0m 12s-10 47' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 28 23:16:59A group of 3 12mv stars in an equilateral triangle. The cluster appears to be slightly to the west of it's marked position by 1'. Confirmed, WikiSky.
NGC 3556N11h 11m 30s55 40' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 28 23:30:55AKA M 108. An almost starlike nucleus, surrounded by a faint, elliptical haze in pa 80°. The "nucleus" is actually a foreground star, as shown in a U of Arizona 4 meter image.
NGC 3587N11h 14m 48s55 1' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 28 23:36:37The veriest smudge, seen only in the 12.5 with telescope motion. That I saw it at all in these urban skies is remarkable.
STF 1427D10h 22m 0.52s43 54' 19.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 28 23:41:34An exquisite pair of white stars. WDS data: 8.18 - 8.54mv, F5V, 216 pa, 9.5", 2007.
STF 1312D9h 10m 18.18s52 23' 5.69" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 28 23:49:2A splendid little pair of stars 2008. WDS data: 8.35 - 8.80mv, F2V, 148 pa, 4.9", 2008.
BU 94D5h 49m 36.53s-14 29' 1.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 29 20:0:31The companion is an almost invisible bump on the 5mv star's diffraction pattern. WDS data: 5.68 - 8.20mv, G8III, 165 pa, 2.3", 2001.
XMI 58D7h 22m 48.33s7 29' 40.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 29 20:24:7An OK pair. I see 60° pa, WDS sees 68° pa, 1999. WDS data: 8.32 - 8.66mv, U, 68 pa, 25.8", 1999.
STF 1187ABD8h 9m 30.45s32 13' 18.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 29 20:31:15A nice, close, pair. WDS data: 7.19 - 7.98mv, U, 23 pa, 2.9", 2009.
R LeoV9h 47m 33.6s11 25' 49.01" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 2:20:30 C1: BS 19 Leo mv: 6.45 C2: T-0831-01041-1 mv: 9.331 A 9.0mv red star.
STF 1360ABD9h 30m 35.94s10 36' 6.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 2:28:53A nice, somewhat dim pair WDS data: 8.95 - 8.86mv, G5, 242 pa, 13.9", 2007.
STF 1350ABD9h 34m 19.56s66 47' 42.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 2:43:4An OK pair, I see 255° pa, WDS 213°, 1999. WDS data: 8.26 - 8.31mv, F4VF6V, 251 pa, 10.1", 2002.
STF 1326D9h 26m 28.75s78 26' 16" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 2:48:52A lackluster pair 2005. WDS data: 8.37 - 8.73mv, G1V, 173 pa, 29.2", 2005.
STF 1608ABD12h 11m 27.76s53 25' 17.5" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 2:54:43A nice pair 2010. WDS data: 8.11 - 8.27mv, K0, 221 pa, 13.4", 2010.
STF 1839D14h 21m 27.37s53 53' 50.9" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 3:1:37An OK pair 2005. WDS data: 8.84 - 8.92mv, G0, 82 pa, 14.5", 2005.
STF 1814D14h 11m 0.98s50 15' 8.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 3:10:18A nice, if somewhat faint pair. WDS data: 9.25 - 9.83mv, G5, 257 pa, 11.2", 2006.
STF 1829D14h 15m 27.94s50 26' 24.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 3:15:37A nice pair, I see 170° pa, WDS: 151, 2006. WDS data: 8.10 - 8.63mv, F5, 151 pa, 5.6", 2006.
NGC 3887N11h 47m 6s-16 51' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 3:25:43Seen only in the 12.5, with telescope movement in dec. A most gossamer smudge. This would be much better in darker skies.
V HyaV10h 51m 37.24s-21 14' 59.74" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 3:34:49T-6082-01656-1 mv: 10.601 SAO 179267 mv: 8.6. A Dull red star, 8.8mv.
HJ 840D11h 24m 52.97s-17 41' 2.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 3:41:54Companion not visible, the seeing was poor, however. WDS data: 4.1 - 7.9mv, A5V, 93 pa, 5.3", 1968.
STF 1442D10h 31m 58.95s22 2' 22" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 3:49:19A nice pair 2007. WDS data: 8.18 - 8.54mv, F0, 156 pa, 13.2", 2007.
STF 1895D14h 57m 27.86s40 9' 42.2" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 3:53:45A very nice pair, at the south end of a 4 star chain. WDS data: 8.27 - 8.88mv, A9IV, 42 pa, 12.6", 2005.
HJ 1018D0h 20m 57.23s67 40' 3" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 19:6:55A rather tight pair 2009. WDS data: 8.57 - 8.89mv, G5, 87 pa, 1.7", 2009. WDS true of date: 8.57 - 8.89mv, G5, 87.69 pa, 1.76", 2012.
STF 141D1h 40m 3.42s38 58' 10.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 19:12:54A pair enveloped in one another's diffraction pattern. WDS data: 8.28 - 8.61mv, F5, 303 pa, 1.7", 2006.
STF 652D5h 11m 45.35s1 2' 12.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 19:16:52A very tight pair. I see 190° pa, WSD: 181°, 2009. WDS data: 6.26 - 7.44mv, A+G2:III, 181 pa, 1.7", 2009.
STF 729ABD5h 31m 14.53s3 17' 31.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 19:30:8A tight, but well resolved pair. I see 40° pa, WDS: 27°, 2010. WDS data: 5.71 - 6.74mv, B1.5V, 27 pa, 1.8", 2010.
BU 16D6h 1m 50.41s-10 35' 52.6" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 19:40:27Perhaps a glimmer of the companion, dancing in the bright primary's diffraction patter in 5° pa. WDS: 355°, 1996. WDS data: 4.99 - 7.96mv, B5III, 355 pa, 1.9", 1996.
BU 1008D6h 14m 52.69s22 30' 24.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 19:46:6Companion not visible. WDS data: 3.52 - 6.15mv, M3.5I-II, 257 pa, 1.8", 2008.
BU 18D6h 16m 41.6s-12 2' 50.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 19:53:34A difficult pair. I see 310°, WDS sees 285°, 1993. WDS data: 7.06 - 8.42mv, F2V, 285 pa, 1.8", 1993.
STF 1026AB CD7h 6m 40.77s-11 17' 38" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 20:4:32A nice star field, if a dull pair. WDS data: 5.39 - 9.mv, U, 350 pa, 19.5", 2009.
STF 1019ACD7h 5m 49.64s-10 39' 36.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 20:7:37A dull pair. I see 310° pa, WDS: 295, 2004. WDS data: 6.51 - 9.55mv, U, 295 pa, 38.5", 2004.
STF 1025ABD7h 12m 50.92s55 48' 12.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 20:26:20An OK, wide pair WDS data: 8.37 - 8.67mv, K0, 130 pa, 26.6", 2010.
STF 1169ABD8h 16m 31.05s79 30' 3.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 20:30:13Dull pair 2005. WDS data: 8.40 - 8.64mv, G0, 15 pa, 20.8", 2005.
V TauV4h 52m 2.14s17 32' 23.95" C-8Little Tycho2012 1 31 20:41:52Invisible. Below 12.0mv, the limiting magnitude of this moonlit night.
STF 1289D8h 54m 44.33s43 35' 4.69" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 4:0:40A very nice, tight pair. I see 0° pa, WDS sees 7°, 2000. WDS data: 8.21 - 8.91mv, G2V, 7 pa, 3.6", 2000.
STF 1460D10h 40m 35.04s42 9' 11.6" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 4:15:23An exquisite pair of white stars, almost equal in brightess. WDS data: 8.72 - 8.90mv, F2, 162 pa, 4.0", 2008.
NGC 3319N10h 39m 12s41 41' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 4:18:58A faint blob, about 4' across.
STF 1619ABD12h 15m 6.56s-7 15' 26.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 4:27:26A splendid pair 2010. WDS data: 8.06 - 8.30mv, G5, 267 pa, 6.8", 2010.
STF 1681D12h 49m 34.81s3 49' 5.6" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 4:31:54A splendid pair, I see 350° pa, WDS: 17°, 2004. WDS data: 8.87 - 8.89mv, G0G0, 17 pa, 9.0", 2004.
STF 1686D12h 52m 58.16s15 1' 53" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 4:48:55A superb pair 2007. WDS data: 8.58 - 8.72mv, F5, 187 pa, 5.7", 2007.
STF 1807D14h 11m 20.51s-3 20' 18.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 4:55:36A superb pair 2005. WDS data: 8.41 - 8.73mv, F8, 28 pa, 7.4", 2005.
STF 1813D14h 13m 24.22s5 24' 3.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 4:59:22A splendid pair 2003. WDS data: 8.45 - 8.63mv, A7IV, 194 pa, 4.9", 2003.
S 665D15h 4m 30.89s-17 54' 13" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 5:3:29An OK, wide pair 2003. WDS data: 8.07 - 8.88mv, U, 90 pa, 24.7", 2003.
STF 1993ABD15h 59m 46.91s17 22' 34.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 5:11:47An exquisite, wide pair. I see 45° pa, WDS sees 179, 2009. WDS data: 8.59 - 8.88mv, A0, 42 pa, 20.6", 2010.
BU 116D14h 19m 31.6s-13 42' 39.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 5:16:35A superb pair 2010. WDS data: 8.06 - 8.31mv, F8/G0V, 275 pa, 3.9", 2010.
BU 627A BCD16h 49m 14.2s45 58' 59" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 5:24:33The secondary is a glimmer in the primaries' diffraction pattern. WDS data: 4.84 - 8.45mv, A1V, 38 pa, 2.1", 2008.
WZ PscV2h 6m 12.16s8 14' 56.04" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 19:0:22SAO 110316 mv: 7.6 SAO 110325 mv: 6.5. A very pale red orange star of 6.3mv.
STF 757ABD5h 38m 6.51s-0 11' 3.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 19:26:49A nice, tight pair. Forms a quadruble with STF 758. WDS data: 7.96 - 8.33mv, B6V, 240 pa, 1.5", 2008.
STF 758D5h 38m 9.9s-0 11' 1" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 19:29:18A nice, wide pair. Forms a quadruple with STF 757. WDS data: 8.69 - 8.52mv, U, 298 pa, 11.2", 2006.
STF 932D6h 34m 21.56s14 45' 8.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 20:6:44A very nice, very close pair 2007. WDS data: 8.31 - 8.54mv, F5, 307 pa, 1.6", 2010.
STF 1029D7h 7m 56.86s-4 40' 39.79" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 20:15:41A nice, close pair. I see 45° pa, WDS: 25° pa, 2010. WDS data: 7.47 - 7.95mv, A9V, 25 pa, 1.6", 2010.
STF 1033ABD7h 14m 48.04s52 32' 44.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 20:23:14An exquisite, tight, pair. I see 290° pa, WDS: 277° pa, 2010. WDS data: 7.81 - 8.44mv, F0, 277 pa, 1.5", 2010.
STF 1275ABD8h 51m 26.18s57 31' 38.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 20:30:56An exquisite, tight pair for a very steady night. I see 210° pa, WDS sees 198° pa, 2010. WDS data: 8.68 - 8.87mv, F0, 198 pa, 1.8", 2010.
MUG 1D9h 3m 27.14s37 50' 29" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 20:46:23A very close pair. I see 35° pa, WDS: 356, 2007. WDS data: 5.5 - 7.7mv, G0, 356 pa, 1.7", 2007.
STF 1322D9h 12m 40.15s16 31' 30.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 20:55:32A very close pair 2007. WDS data: 8.32 - 8.71mv, A4IV, 53 pa, 1.8", 2007.
STF 1333D9h 18m 25.96s35 21' 51.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 21:0:56A very nice, very close pair 2009. WDS data: 6.63 - 6.69mv, A8V, 49 pa, 1.9", 2009.
STF 1348ABD9h 24m 28.48s6 21' 1.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 21:6:38A very nice, very close pair, I see 320-330° pa, WDS: 314, 2009. WDS data: 7.45 - 7.57mv, F7V, 314 pa, 1.9", 2009.
A 1985D9h 30m 1.97s42 15' 49.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 21:13:11A nice, close pair. I see 40° pa, WDS: 24°, 2007. WDS data: 8.68 - 8.72mv, F5, 24 pa, 1.5", 2007.
STF 1428D10h 25m 59s52 37' 18.29" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 21:18:18An exquisite pair, for steady skies. I see 100° pa, WDS: 87, 2007. WDS data: 8.02 - 8.44mv, F6V, 87 pa, 2.9", 2007.
STT 215D10h 16m 16.05s17 44' 24.6" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 3 21:26:4A very close pair, but nice. I see 185° pa, WDS: 177, 2010. WDS data: 7.25 - 7.46mv, A9IV, 177 pa, 1.5", 2010. WDS true of date: 7.25 - 7.46mv, A9IV, 178.84 pa, 1.54", 2012.
S 405ABD2h 12m 49.98s79 41' 29.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 6 19:20:53A very wide pair, in a nice star field 2002. WDS data: 6.47 - 7.15mv, A5III, 277 pa, 55.1", 2002.
STTA 26D2h 19m 44.49s60 1' 46" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 6 19:25:5A very wide pair, in a beautiful star field, especially to the south, about a degree. As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.95 - 7.30mv, A2V, 202 pa, 63.2", 2002.
STTA 28D2h 38m 58.34s62 35' 29.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 6 19:34:59A very nice, wide pair in a glittering field. WDS data: 6.65 - 7.56mv, B9, 148 pa, 67.9", 2007.
S 436D3h 49m 19.75s57 7' 5.79" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 6 20:9:32A lovely wide pair. As per the WDS. WDS data: 6.46 - 7.17mv, A0Vn, 76 pa, 57.3", 2002.
S 455ABD4h 42m 14.7s22 57' 25.09" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 6 20:15:57A bright, wide pair. The stars appear pastel yellow, despite being a B3 - A0 pair. Interstellar reddening here is pronounced! WDS data: 4.24 - 7.02mv, B3V, 213.60 pa, 62.792", 2015.
STFA 14D5h 32m 0.39s-0 17' 56" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 6 20:21:54A brilliant, wide, unequal pair. I see 1° pa, WDS: 359°, 2008. WDS data: 2.41 - 6.83mv, B0III, 359 pa, 52.8", 2008.
STF 618ABD5h 3m 33.31s63 5' 9.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 15 19:35:2A lovely quintipule, with STF 617. WDS data: 7.68 - 7.98mv, G0, 211 pa, 33.0", 2000.
STF 617D5h 3m 26.46s63 0' 18" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 15 19:38:42A lovely quintipule, with STF 618. WDS data: 9.24 - 9.82mv, F8, 121 pa, 12.6", 2000.
STTA 36D3h 39m 58.8s63 52' 13" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 15 19:43:53A lovely, wide pair 2010. WDS data: 6.92 - 8.27mv, F5VG8V, 71 pa, 45.7", 2010.
S 457D4h 53m 4.82s-1 16' 32.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 15 19:51:53An OK wide pair 2002. WDS data: 7.93 - 8.07mv, A, 355 pa, 41.0", 2002.
BVD 50D5h 9m 12.56s11 29' 42.89" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 15 20:0:17A nice, wide pair, of almost equally bright stars. WDS data: 8.35 - 8.49mv, F3VF3V, 104 pa, 31.0", 1999.
STF 743ABD5h 34m 43.19s-4 23' 31" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 15 20:18:40An exquisite, tight pair 2010. AKA SE 4. WDS data: 7.74 - 8.25mv, B5V, 283 pa, 1.7", 2010.
NGC 890N2h 22m 0s33 16' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 17 19:58:7A faint smudge, almost comet like.
NGC 1156N2h 59m 42s25 14' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 17 20:7:22A large, faint smudge, with a 12mv field star embedded in it's outer envelope.
NGC 1199N3h 3m 36s-15 37' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 17 20:14:47A fairly faint smudge. The companion galaxies were unseen.
NGC 1209N3h 6m 0s-15 37' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 17 20:20:43Fairly diffuse for an 11.4mv galaxy. A barely visible gossamer smudge in tonight's somewhat hazy sky, and fairly near the horizon.
IC 289N3h 10m 18s61 19' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 17 20:27:15A small, round, faint disk. No central star was visible.
NGC 1343N3h 37m 48s72 34' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 17 21:11:58Like a fuzzy 12mv star. Almost invisible in the 30mm, but more easily seen in the 18.
Pal 2N4h 46m 5.91s31 22' 53.39" O 18LBRP2012 2 17 22:13:53A small but condensed globular cluster.
NGC 2339N7h 8m 18s18 47' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 17 22:13:53A faint, low contrast disk. Slightly brighter towards the middle.
NGC 2182N6h 9m 30s-6 20' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 17 22:35:42A faint spray of about 50 stars with a bright 9mv star in the center.
NGC 2245N6h 32m 42s10 10' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 17 22:39:26Two stars enveloped in fairly bright nebulosity.
NGC 2252N6h 35m 0s5 23' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 17 22:44:24A linear spray of stars. A very strange morphlogy for a star cluster.
NGC 3448N10h 54m 42s54 19' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 20 19:26:0As per the NGC, except it's not "Pretty Bright"
NGC 1530N4h 23m 24s75 18' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 20 19:56:8A large, diffuse, very low surface brightness smudge. Nucleus unseen or starlike and off center. WikiSky: SBc. Burnham: 13mv.
NGC 2346N7h 9m 24s-0 48' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 20 20:16:11An 11.5mv star surrounded by very faint circular nebulosity.
NGC 2269N6h 43m 54s4 34' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 20 20:25:25A very faint smudge. No resolution, about 3' in size. Invisible in the 30mm, only seen in the 18. Tonight is about a 5mv night, naked eye.
NGC 2336N7h 27m 6s80 11' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 20 20:38:42A 4', round smudge, not much brighter towards its middle. Easily seen in the 18. Burnham: Sb, 12.4mv.
NGC 2253N6h 42m 24s66 20' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 20 20:56:27A very faint, 2' smudge. Barely seen, even in the 18 on a good night. The HNGC project and other internet sources list this as a non existant galaxy. My observation is a good example of "averted imagination".
NGC 3982N11h 56m 30s55 8' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 20 21:31:41A small (2') but bright, round galaxy. E0?. B:Sb, Wikisky: face on.
NGC 3976N11h 56m 0s6 45' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 20 21:43:28A faint glow, barely visible in the 18mm. It's pretty near the horizon, in the Damascus dome of light. Darker skies would help. Wikisky, Burnham: edge on spiral.
NGC 4589N12h 37m 24s74 12' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 20 21:50:14A nice, fairly bright, face on Sa or E3 galaxy. Burnham: E2/S0.
IC 3568N12h 32m 54s82 33' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 20 22:0:46A tiny, blue, disk, somewhat brighter towards the center. The 5mm did very nicely on it, now that the optics have setteled down. The temperature is 18° F now.
NGC 4485N12h 30m 30s41 42' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 20 22:13:1A faint companion to NGC 4490. Appears to be an edge on. Wikisky: 4490 and 4485 are a pair of interacting galaxies. 4485 is not quite edge on.
NGC 4460N12h 28m 48s44 52' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 20 22:19:23A nice, fairly bright, edge on. Burnham: E7.
NGC 4421N12h 27m 0s15 28' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 20 22:24:46A small, faint smudge. Perhaps I'm only seeing the nucleus of an Sc? Listed as a 12.6mv S0 by atlasoftheuniverse.com. I concur, it is dimmer than 11.6v.
NGC 4389N12h 25m 36s45 41' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 20 22:30:55A faint, amorphus blob, slightly elongated. Sc or Sd? Burnham: 12.8mv SB/pec.
NGC 4214N12h 15m 36s36 20' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 20 22:36:10A large, dim, somewhat elongated and mottled blob. Sc or Sd? Burnham: 10.5mv Irr/Spiral. Wikipedia: 10.2mv Dwarf SB.
NGC 2712N8h 59m 30s44 55' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 20 22:57:23A dim, mottled blob. Burnham: 12.7mv SBb.
NGC 2713N8h 57m 18s2 55' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 20 23:10:32A lovely, small, galaxy. Burnham: 12.7mv SBa.
STT 44ABD2h 42m 13.13s42 41' 57.2" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 21 19:28:25A very close pair. I see 55° pa, WDS: 87°, 2007. WDS data: 8.46 - 8.96mv, B9Vp, 58 pa, 1.4", 2009.
STF 694ABD5h 24m 1.16s24 57' 37.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 21 19:40:51A very close pair 2008. WDS data: 8.65 - 8.54mv, A2, 14 pa, 1.4", 2008.
STT 125D5h 59m 42.46s22 28' 15" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 21 19:45:19A close, but splittable pair of white stars. Not too hard in the 9mm. WDS data: 7.89 - 8.89mv, A0, 0 pa, 1.4", 2007.
STF 1884D14h 48m 23.36s24 22' 1" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 25 1:17:7A lovely pair of yellow stars 2010. WDS data: 6.58 - 7.48mv, F8IV-V, 55 pa, 2.1", 2010.
STF 1858ABD14h 33m 36.44s35 35' 8" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 25 1:24:23A nice pair in a sparse field 2009. WDS data: 8.13 - 8.98mv, G5, 39 pa, 2.9", 2009.
NGC 3254N10h 29m 18s29 30' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 25 1:36:35A faint but definite smudge, best in the 18mm. WikiSky, Burnham: Nearly edge on spiral.
NGC 4639N12h 42m 54s13 15' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 25 1:56:10An very faint smudge, seen only in the 18 when the telescope was slewed. Nearby NGC 4654 was more easily seen. Burnham: SBb.
NGC 4900N13h 0m 36s2 30' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 25 2:4:25A faint, somewhat elongated smudge between an 11.5mv and 12.5mv stars. WikiSky: An almost face on Sc. Amazing I saw it at all.
NGC 4710N12h 49m 36s15 10' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 25 2:15:29A faint patch, about 2' in size. Near a 13mv star not on the chart. WikiSky: an edge on galaxy like NGC 3115.
NGC 4742N12h 51m 48s-10 27' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 25 2:29:11A very faint patch near an 11.5mv star. Burnham: E3/4.
HJ 4481D11h 57m 18.47s-22 32' 16.89" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 25 2:42:15A lovely pair of pastel blue stars 2000. WDS data: 8.28 - 8.97mv, F6V, 193 pa, 4.0", 2000.
STT 266D13h 28m 26.68s15 42' 30.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 25 2:51:20A close but splittable pair in tonight's improving skies. WDS data: 7.97 - 8.42mv, F5, 357 pa, 2.0", 2010. WDS true of date: 7.97 - 8.42mv, F5, 357.13 pa, 2", 2012.
NGC 2439N7h 40m 48s-31 39' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 26 21:11:51A cluster of doubles with a bright star towards the center.
NGC 2344N7h 12m 30s47 10' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 26 21:13:56A faint medium sized smudge. Not in Burnham: WikiSky: Looks like a face on Sa.
NGC 2243N6h 29m 48s-31 17' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 26 21:17:38A splash of about 20 faint stars, 10mv... Burnham: 50 faint stars, WikiSky: hundreds of stars.
NGC 2419N7h 38m 6s38 53' 0" O-18LBRP2012 2 26 21:25:00The cluster was partially resolved. Extremly clear night!
NGC 2415N7h 36m 54s35 15' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 26 21:26:3A small but bright round spot. Nice. Not in Burnham: Dutch Wikipedia: Irregular.
NGC 3156N10h 12m 42s3 8' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 26 21:36:36A faint, small spot.
NGC 2479N7h 55m 6s-17 43' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 26 21:58:48A large splash of faint stars. Burnham: 40 faint stars, WikiSky: no obvious cluster here.
NGC 2483N7h 55m 54s-27 56' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 26 22:5:46A cluster in the shape of the letter Y. Perhaps a random clumping, an optical cluster, as it were? WikiSky: Shape confirmed, not in Burnham: "Probably a real cluster", Lindoff and Johansen, Arkiv for Astronomi, 1968 Jan 24.
NGC 2533N8h 7m 0s-29 54' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 26 22:13:43A very large, coarse cluster, more a brightening of the Milky way. Perhaps non existant? Burnham: 40 faint stars, Wikisky: a small clump of faint stars.
NGC 2527N8h 5m 18s-28 10' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 26 22:18:9A large, loose cluster of 8mv... stars. Burnham: 40 stars, 11...mv, WikiSky shows a few 8 - 9mv stars as well.
NGC 2532N8h 10m 12s33 57' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 26 22:28:10A small faint smudge, slightly brighter towards the middle. Not in Burnham: WikiSky: A face on Sc.
Pal 3N10h 5m 31.9s0 4' 18" 0-18LBRP2012 2 26 22:30:00A faint, but obvious smudge.
NGC 2567N8h 18m 36s-30 38' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 26 22:35:21A large, oblong cluster of bright stars with 2 chains running through it parallel to the minor axis. Burnham: 50 stars, 11...14. WikiSky: confirmed.
NGC 2571N8h 18m 54s-29 44' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 26 22:39:27An oblong cluster of stars with many doubles in a beautiful star field. Burnham: 25 9...mv stars. WikiSky: most stars seem quite blue. A young cluster.
NGC 2613N8h 33m 24s-22 58' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 26 22:49:12An elongated smudge, slightly brighter towards its eastern end. WikiSky: No asymetry seen, Burnham: Edge on spiral.
Pal 4N11h 29m 16.8s28 58' 24.9" 0-18LBRP2012 2 26 22:50:00A very slight brightening of the sky. The listed 17.1mv is probably too faint, as both Tom Corbin and myself saw this cluster.
NGC 2627N8h 37m 18s-29 57' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 26 22:52:46A streak of 10...mv stars. Wikisky: The streak is surrounded by a halo of faint stars. Burnham: 70 stars, 11...13.
NGC 2781N9h 11m 30s-14 49' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 26 22:57:57A small, round smudge. E0? WikiSky: An oval shaped galaxy. Burnham: S0/Sa.
NGC 2811N9h 16m 12s-16 19' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 26 23:0:28An oblong smudge, slightly brighter towards the middle, in PA ~30°. Burnham: SBa.
NGC 2865N9h 23m 30s-23 10' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 26 23:9:18A nice oval patch, slightly brighter towards the middle. Burnham: E3.
NGC 3585N11h 13m 18s-26 45' 0" C-11LBRP2012 2 26 23:19:4A small, round patch. E0? Burnham: E5/6.
NGC 3034N9h 55m 48s69 41' 0" O-18LBRP2012 2 26 23:25:4A superb sight on this very dark, clear night. The large dark band and mottling of the rest of the galaxy were plainly apparent. It looked like it's short exposure picture in B.
S 437AB CD3h 46m 16s24 11' 23" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 28 19:34:52A very wide pair in the center of the Pleiades WDS data: 8.13 - 7.70mv, A7V, 309 pa, 39.5", 2010.
S 479ABD5h 24m 38.6s1 48' 38.79" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 28 19:43:22A wide pair 2002. WDS data: 8.30 - 8.94mv, A, 221 pa, 45.4", 2002.
STF 782ABD5h 42m 55.93s0 1' 28.69" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 28 19:47:47A wide pair, I see 220 d pa, WDS: 306 d. 2004. WDS data: 8.60 - 8.83mv, K0, 306 pa, 46.4", 2004.
HJ 3288D7h 2m 18.43s12 34' 54.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 28 19:55:4A wide pair WDS data: 7.29 - 8.67mv, A2, 247 pa, 38.5", 2002.
STF 1069D7h 18m 3.37s-13 42' 2.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 2 28 19:58:12A nice, wide pair 2004. WDS data: 8.66 - 8.73mv, AA, 15 pa, 25.2", 2004.
HJ 3798D5h 47m 12.85s-24 29' 44.09" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 1 19:42:12A dull pair in these moonwashed skies. As per the WDS. WDS data: 8.19 - 8.76mv, F2, 70 pa, 15.5", 1999.
S 537ACD6h 49m 44s-24 4' 33.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 1 19:50:28A lovely pair in a quadruple star system, with S 538. WDS data: 6.56 - 8.28mv, A0/1V, 282 pa, 30.4", 2008.
STF 853D6h 9m 9.5s11 39' 19" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 1 19:56:31A dull pair 2010. WDS data: 8.49 - 8.98mv, G5, 7 pa, 37.3", 2010.
STF 993D6h 55m 45.1s-11 51' 32.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 1 20:0:50A dull pair. WDS data: 8.96 - 8.98mv, F0, 240 pa, 36.5", 2004.
NGC 2311N6h 57m 48s-4 35' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 1 20:7:43A grouping of faint, 11mv... stars, 3 11mv stars at the North side of the cluster, fainter ones to the South. Perhaps better seen in moonless skies.
STF 1051ACD7h 26m 35.1s73 4' 57.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 1 20:12:31A lovely, wide pair of almost equally bright stars. WDS data: 7.60 - 7.79mv, U, 84 pa, 31.7", 1999.
STF 1198D8h 11m 15.97s1 16' 5.5" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 1 20:18:26A wide, if somewhat dull pair 2007. WDS data: 8.72 - 8.77mv, G0, 338 pa, 33.3", 2007.
STF 1232D8h 35m 23.33s66 16' 15.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 1 20:26:24An OK wide pair of almost equally bright, white stars. WDS data: 8.73 - 8.97mv, A, 352 pa, 31.2", 1999.
STF 1495D10h 59m 49.46s58 54' 23.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 1 20:38:55A nice, wide pair of yellow stars 2009. WDS data: 7.25 - 8.84mv, K2II-III, 36 pa, 34.1", 2009.
AG 321D6h 5m 27.32s14 34' 36.89" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 1 20:48:14A lovely wide pair, part of a double double grouping with a wider, unmarked pair. WDS data: 7.78 - 8.84mv, F0, 188 pa, 36.5", 2002.
BU 334D8h 8m 10.07s-22 7' 54.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 1 20:57:16Difficult to split in less than perfect skies. WDS data: 7.91 - 8.51mv, G0V, 346 pa, 3.2", 2007.
ARG 20D8h 28m 43.93s-17 31' 30.79" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 1 21:6:33A nice pair 2003. WDS data: 8.44 - 8.92mv, F0V+, 174 pa, 14.8", 2003.
S 588D9h 3m 10.05s-17 39' 38.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 1 21:11:39A nice, wide pair of almost equally bright stars, pale orange and yellow. I see 155° pa, WDS: 327°, 2004. WikiSky shows 146°, Not in Burnham: WDS data: 8.61 - 8.96mv, A0/1V, 327 pa, 31.6", 2004.
BU 560D5h 47m 24.87s29 39' 26.89" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 6 20:34:21A close, lovely pair. WDS data: 7.77 - 8.24mv, F8, 126 pa, 1.6", 2010.
BU 1053D5h 53m 28.63s37 20' 20.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 6 20:40:14A very close pair, only split in tonight's hazy, steady skies. 0° pa but a bit closer than the listed 1.8". 2007. WDS data: 6.91 - 8.83mv, F5, 359 pa, 1.8", 2007.
BU 324ABD6h 49m 44s-24 4' 33.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 6 21:2:28The primary of S 537 is indeed a difficult to split pair. I see 20° pa, WDS:211°, 2008. WDS data: 6.56 - 7.93mv, A0/1V, 211 pa, 1.8", 2008.
BU 199ABD7h 25m 7.97s-21 10' 25.9" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 6 21:12:30A very tight pair but 1.7" seems a bit too much. 2000. WDS data: 7.21 - 8.05mv, B1Iab, 24 pa, 1.7", 2000.
STT 531ABD4h 7m 34.35s38 4' 28.29" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 9 20:53:47A very difficult to split pair. I see an elongtion of the primary's diffraction pattern at 320° pa, WDS: 353° pa, 2009. WDS data: 7.32 - 9.69mv, K1V, 353 pa, 2.6", 2009.
STF 455ABD3h 57m 7.08s69 30' 56.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 9 21:0:2A nice, wide pair WDS data: 8.56 - 9.16mv, G5, 167 pa, 12.1", 2010.
STF 469D3h 57m 16.28s41 52' 50.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 9 21:4:16Secondary very faint. WDS data: 6.90 - 9.92mv, A2, 146 pa, 9.1", 2007.
STF 481ABD4h 2m 14.86s28 7' 35" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 9 21:27:28The 2.8" pair at 106°, 2000 was not visible. The one at 325°, 15" was. WDS data: 7.52 - 9.60mv, G8II, 106 pa, 2.8", 2000.
STF 480D4h 4m 29.36s55 44' 26.2" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 9 21:36:23An exquisite pair of ~9mv stars, I see 320°. pa, WDS: 327°, 2000. WDS data: 9.33 - 9.53mv, K0III, 327 pa, 3.3", 2000.
STF 320D3h 6m 7.83s79 25' 6.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 10 20:4:51A deep yellow M giant with a faint companion. WDS data: 5.72 - 9.15mv, U, 231 pa, 4.7", 2002.
STF 345D3h 16m 49.74s78 30' 1.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 10 20:14:31A yellow orange star with a dim companion. WDS data: 7.87 - 9.7mv, K0, 86 pa, 6.7", 2000.
STF 382ABD3h 24m 29.68s33 32' 9.69" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 10 20:24:33A nice, unequal pair 2002. WDS data: 5.80 - 9.25mv, A0V, 153 pa, 4.8", 2002.
STF 388D3h 28m 40.39s50 26' 10.79" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 10 20:32:18A close, but exquisite, pair. WDS data: 8.04 - 9.01mv, F0, 214 pa, 2.8", 2007.
STF 448D3h 47m 52.65s33 35' 59.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 10 20:38:47A nice, close, unequal pair. WDS data: 6.68 - 9.36mv, B2.5V, 15 pa, 3.9", 2009.
STF 452ABD3h 48m 16.27s11 8' 35.89" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 10 20:43:15An OK unequal pair 2010. WDS data: 5.06 - 9.77mv, B3V+F5V, 59 pa, 9.0", 2010.
STF 445D3h 50m 39.22s60 7' 22.79" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 10 20:48:59A nice, if a bit faint, pair. WDS data: 8.97 - 9.90mv, B5, 259 pa, 3.0", 2010.
STF 477D4h 2m 4.76s41 50' 56.69" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 10 20:54:46A lovely, close pair. WDS data: 8.49 - 9.45mv, A2, 212 pa, 3.1", 2008.
STF 676D5h 24m 47.16s64 43' 52.69" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 10 21:25:16A very close pair. Plainly split, however, in tonight's superb seeing. WDS data: 8.13 - 8.92mv, F8, 268 pa, 1.3", 2008.
BU 194D6h 36m 17.4s37 59' 31.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 10 21:31:57A very close, but very nice pair. Best in the 6mm. I see 290° pa, WDS: 277°, 1999. WDS data: 8.55 - 8.93mv, G5, 277 pa, 1.5", 1999.
STF 987D6h 54m 8.58s-5 51' 8.6" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 10 21:38:24A very close pair of equally bright white stars. Best in the 6mm, unsplit in the 24mm. WDS data: 7.07 - 7.20mv, A6Vn, 176 pa, 1.3", 2006.
STF 1439D10h 30m 6.42s20 48' 4.29" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 10 21:48:42A very close pair of 8.5mv stars 2010. WDS data: 8.32 - 8.87mv, G0V, 75 pa, 1.3", 2010.
IC 334N3h 45m 12s76 38' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 14 20:46:7A large, faint oval blob, brighter in the middle. A face on Sc? Various internet sources: Irregular/Peculiar.
NGC 2366N7h 28m 54s69 13' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 14 21:6:40A large, but very faint bit of fuzz with a pair of faint doubles involved in it. Burnham: 12.6mv, Irregular.
NGC 2523N8h 15m 0s73 35' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 14 21:14:10An very faint smudge, very hard to see. Burnham: SBb, 12.7mv.
NGC 2639N8h 43m 36s50 12' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 14 21:21:28A bright, compact almost edge on galaxy. Mottled in direct vision, hazy and much larger in averted vision. Sb? Burnham: S0.Sa. No mottling seen in photos, it must have been a physiological effect.
NGC 2694N8h 57m 0s51 20' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 14 21:29:35A faint patch just south of NGC 2693. E1 from Wolfgang Steinicke, in RNGC.
NGC 2693N8h 57m 0s51 21' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 14 21:29:35A bright, small, blob. Faint NGC 2694 was glimpsed. Burnham: NGC 2693 is an E3p. NGC 2694: E1 from Wolfgang Steinicke, in RNGC.
NGC 2742N9h 7m 36s60 29' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 14 22:4:5A faint, mottled patch. Burnham: Sc, 12.5mv.
NGC 2715N9h 8m 6s78 5' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 14 22:11:58A faint, elongated smudge. Center not much brighter than the edges. Burnham: Sc, 12.1mv.
NGC 2776N9h 12m 12s44 57' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 14 22:16:42A faint, elongated blob, brighter towards the middle. Burnham: Sc, 12.0mv. WikiSky: Looks like a face on SBc.
NGC 2732N9h 13m 24s79 11' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 14 22:22:12A small, bright, elongated spot. Sb? Burnham: Sa?, 12.9mv. RNGC: SB.
NGC 2748N9h 13m 42s76 29' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 14 22:27:43A faint, elongated streak. An edge on spiral, slightly brighter towards the middle. Sc? Burnham: Sc, 12.4mv.
NGC 2798N9h 17m 24s42 0' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 14 22:42:19A small, round patch, brighter towards the middle. The companion galaxy, NGC 2799 was not visible. Burnham: SB, 13.0mv. NGC 2799: 13.5mv, SEDS. WikiSky: NGC 2799 edge on, nucleus starlike.
NGC 2855N9h 21m 30s-11 55' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 14 22:55:27A faint, round spot. Burnham: Sa/E1, 12.5mv.
NGC 2889N9h 27m 12s-11 38' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 14 23:10:53A small, round, smudge. Burnham: Sc, 12.4mv.
NGC 3067N9h 58m 24s32 22' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 14 23:19:10A faint, amorphous blob. Burnham: Sa/Sb, 12.7mv.
NGC 2880N9h 29m 36s62 30' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 14 23:26:16Like a faint, fuzzy, star. E0? Burnham: E3/S0.
NGC 3277N10h 32m 54s28 31' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 14 23:36:16A bright, round nucleus surrounded by a faint, oval, halo. Burnham: Sb, 12.5mv.
NGC 3294N10h 36m 18s37 20' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 14 23:44:44A large, elongated, mottled blob. Edge on irregular? Burnham: Sc, 11.6mv.
NGC 3672N11h 25m 0s-9 48' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 14 23:54:51A large, very faint, amorphous blob. Burnham: Highly tilted multiple armed spiral, 12.8mv. SEDS: SB, 12.7mv.
NGC 4150N12h 10m 36s30 24' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 15 0:14:34A small, round galaxy with a bright nucleus. E2? Burnham: E2, 12.6mv.
NGC 4235N12h 17m 12s7 11' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 15 0:28:14A faint blob, hard to see in tonight's somewhat washed out skies. Burnham: Sa, 12.7mv.
NGC 4237N12h 17m 12s15 19' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 15 0:33:39A faint, large, oval blob. Burnham: Sb/Sc, 12.6mv.
NGC 4550N12h 35m 30s12 13' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 15 0:38:13A nice, bright elongated 2:1 galaxy. Makes a nice pair with NGC 4551, also in the same field. Burnham: E0/S7, 12.6mv.
NGC 4793N12h 54m 36s28 56' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 15 0:42:47An amorphous oval, not brighter towards the middle. Burnham: Sc, 12.4mv.
NGC 5018N13h 13m 0s-19 31' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 15 1:1:58A small, bright, galaxy, brighter towards the middle. E2? Easily seen, even in the Damascus "soup". Also glimpsed was NGC 5022. Burnham: E3/S0, 12.2mv.
NGC 5273N13h 42m 6s35 39' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 15 1:7:57A round, bright, nucleus surrounded by a slightly elliptical envelope. Burnham: E1. 12.7mv.
NGC 4551N12h 35m 36s12 16' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 15 10:30:24 A round patch 3' NNE of NGC 4550. A nice pair of galaxies. Burnham: E3.
NGC 5022N13h 13m 30s-19 33' 0" C-11LBRP2012 3 15 22:40:5I barely glimpsed this edge on spiral, 7' E of NGC 5018. SEDS: SB, 12.9mv.
STF 726D5h 30m 51.74s10 15' 15.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 23 20:49:33A very close pair, split only in tonight's hazy, but steady skies. WDS data: 7.90 - 8.59mv, B9, 262 pa, 1.1", 2008.
HEI 670D5h 50m 2.67s9 52' 16.29" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 23 20:55:51A very close pair, split only in tonight's cloudy but clear seeing. I see 290° pa, WDS: 266° pa, 2007. WDS data: 5.97 - 8.36mv, G8III, 266 pa, 1.1", 2007.
HO 22D6h 13m 27.52s10 14' 52.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 23 21:3:3An extremly close pair. Only seen because of tonight's hazy steadiness. The Airy discs were merged. WDS data: 8.50 - 8.64mv, A2, 210 pa, 1.0", 2006.
HO 342D7h 2m 50.54s13 5' 21.69" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 23 21:11:4A very tight pair, I see 110° pa, WDS: 87°, 2006. WDS data: 7.99 - 8.71mv, F5, 87 pa, 1.2", 2006.
STT 186D8h 3m 18.52s26 16' 3.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 23 21:24:26A very close pair, easily split in tonight's superb, but very hazy seeing. WDS data: 7.71 - 7.93mv, A4V, 76 pa, 1.2", 2008.
A 1741D7h 5m 10.18s-0 51' 55.79" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 23 21:32:42A difficult split, even in the 6mm. WDS data: 8.32 - 8.80mv, F5, 28 pa, 1.0", 1996.
NGC 3098N10h 2m 18s24 43' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 27 1:32:25An very faint smudge, found only with the finder chart.
BU 25D10h 21m 43.46s-9 46' 25.89" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 27 1:38:23A close pair 2010. WDS data: 8.41 - 8.96mv, G5, 133 pa, 1.6", 2010.
STF 1457D10h 38m 43.14s5 44' 2.89" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 27 1:45:46A tight pair of pastel blue stars. WDS data: 7.69 - 8.16mv, F5V, 332 pa, 1.8", 2009.
STF 1473ABD10h 47m 36.54s-15 37' 36.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 27 1:50:40An OK wide pair in a nice field. WDS data: 7.74 - 8.86mv, F7II/III, 10 pa, 30.6", 2002.
H 1 77D11h 2m 5.78s-15 41' 32.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 27 1:55:35A nice, if a bit faint pair, needs good seeing. WDS data: 8.57 - 8.90mv, F2V, 25 pa, 2.9", 2000.
STT 241D11h 56m 17.24s35 26' 53.29" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 27 2:1:13A nice, but tight pair. Needs excellent seeing to split. Invisible in the 18mm, best in the 6mm. WDS data: 6.82 - 8.74mv, F3V, 145 pa, 1.8", 2010.
NGC 4565N12h 36m 18s25 59' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 27 2:15:51A faint, but obvious, streak in tonight's clear, steady sky.
BU 412D12h 8m 21.31s-18 34' 54.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 27 2:21:40A very close pair, I see 140° pa, WDS 154°, 2000. WDS data: 8.43 - 8.96mv, F3V, 154 pa, 1.8", 2000.
STF 1639ABD12h 24m 26.8s25 34' 56.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 27 2:29:47A nice, but very close pair. Best in the 6mm. WDS data: 6.74 - 7.83mv, A7V+F4V, 324 pa, 1.8", 2010. This one has a calculated orbit, which appears to be correct. WDS true of date: 6.74 - 7.83mv, A7V+F4V, 324.63 pa, 1.71", 2012.
MET 9D12h 54m 39.97s22 6' 28.79" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 27 2:40:31Probably not split. Perhaps a hint of a companion at 20° pa, but not well seen. WDS: 56°, 2002. WikiSky photo's diffraction spikes hint at a companion. WDS data: 5.70 - 7.77mv, U, 56 pa, 1.5", 2002.
NGC 4826N12h 56m 42s21 41' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 27 2:44:2An elongated (2:1) blob, slightly asymmetric, with a bright nucleus.
STF 1699D12h 58m 40.87s27 28' 27.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 27 2:49:32A lovely, but very close pair. WDS data: 8.74 - 8.77mv, G0V, 9 pa, 1.7", 2010.
NGC 4874N12h 59m 36s27 58' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 27 2:53:34An very faint spot in tonight's clear, steady sky.
STF 1757ABD13h 34m 16.38s-0 18' 49.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 27 2:59:25A very close pair, the Airy discs were almost touching. I see 145° pa, WDS: 135, 2010. WDS data: 7.82 - 8.75mv, K4III, 135 pa, 1.7", 2010. WDS true of date: 7.82 - 8.75mv, K4III, 136.1 pa, 1.79", 2012.
STF 1763ABD13h 37m 35.29s-7 52' 16.6" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 27 3:4:42An exquisite pair of yellow stars 2010. WDS data: 7.79 - 8.08mv, K0III, 39 pa, 2.6", 2010.
NGC 3587N11h 14m 48s55 1' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 27 3:12:21A large, pale disc, eef. Hard to see at all, even in tonight's excellent skies.
PleiadesN3h 46m 42s24 7' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 27 20:20:32Gorgeous. Seen more times than I've bothered to count.
BAS 3D4h 20m 52.66s13 51' 52.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 27 20:39:31Both stars Airy discs touch. I see 300° pa, WDS: 11°, 1999. WDS data: 6.16 - 8.2mv, F6V, 11 pa, 1.3", 1999.
STT 82ABD4h 22m 44.1s15 3' 22.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 27 20:49:51A very close pair, the Airy discs were hard to separate. Seeing good, but not superb. I see 320° pa, WDS sees 333°. The orbital predition seems to be off. WDS data: 7.31 - 8.63mv, F9V, 333 pa, 1.3", 2010. WDS true of date: 7.31 - 8.63mv, F9V, 346.26 pa, 1.31", 2012.
HWE 18D7h 34m 1.05s-23 42' 8" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 27 21:4:10A close pair of stars. WDS data: 8.05 - 8.94mv, B6/8III:, 204 pa, 1.9", 1991.
STF 1647D12h 30m 33.75s9 42' 56.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 3 27 21:10:49A nice, tight pair and it's orbital prediction, 2010 WDS data: 8.09 - 8.37mv, F2, 248 pa, 1.3", 2010. WDS true of date: 8.09 - 8.37mv, F2, 250.7 pa, 1.24", 2012.
STF 1593ABD12h 3m 31.78s-2 26' 49" C-8Little Tycho2012 4 3 2:57:14A close pair, with the Airy discs touching. There is a faint star around 1/8 of a 6mm field N of the star not shown on the chart. Faint star confirmed, WikiSky. WDS data: 8.70 - 8.57mv, F0, 14 pa, 1.3", 2005.
STF 1668D12h 40m 54.12s8 49' 45.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 4 3 3:11:33Close pair, Airy discs touching. As per the WDS. WDS data: 7.78 - 8.10mv, F5V, 187 pa, 1.1", 2009.
STT 256D12h 56m 26.58s-0 57' 16.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 4 3 3:19:38Clearly split, with each component on the other's first diffraction ring. I see 120° pa, WDS 98°. 2007. WDS data: 7.33 - 7.61mv, F7V, 98 pa, 1.0", 2007.
BU 799ABD13h 4m 49.77s73 1' 29.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 4 3 3:28:47The companion is embedded in the primary's Airy disc. WDS data: 6.60 - 8.45mv, A7IV, 266 pa, 1.4", 2009.
BU 130D17h 53m 18.03s40 0' 28.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 4 3 3:37:13The secondary is a smudge that comes and goes on the primary's diffraction rings. WDS data: 5.28 - 8.76mv, K3III, 110 pa, 1.6", 2009.
NGC 5077N13h 19m 30s-12 39' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 4 3 4:9:54A slight brightening of the night sky. The other galaxies in the cluster were invisible.
NGC 4026N11h 59m 24s50 58' 0" C-11LBRP2012 4 13 21:22:4A nice bright galaxy with a compact nucleus and a hazy envelop with a bit of mottling in it. Burnham: E8/S0, 11.9mv. Internet images show no mottling, it was a physiological effect of my eye.
IC 750N11h 58m 54s42 43' 0" C-11LBRP2012 4 13 21:49:0A faint patch, with I 749 even fainter between it and the 8.6mv star in the field.
NGC 4008N11h 58m 18s28 12' 0" C-11LBRP2012 4 13 22:1:49A small, faint patch in the 30mm. Burnham: E5, S0, 12.9mv.
NGC 3900N11h 49m 12s27 1' 0" C-11LBRP2012 4 13 22:5:18A faint, round spot. E0? Burnham: SBb, 12.5mv. I saw only the nucleus.
NGC 3813N11h 41m 18s36 33' 0" C-11LBRP2012 4 13 22:10:2An oblong streak with no pronounced nucleus. B:Sb, 12.6mv. WikiSky image shows an obvious nucleus.
NGC 3769N11h 37m 42s47 54' 0" C-11LBRP2012 4 13 22:26:20A faint, oblong patch. Gradually brighter towards the middle. Burnham: Sb, 12.5mv, DSO Browser: SBb, 11.8mv
NGC 3877N11h 46m 6s47 30' 0" C-11LBRP2012 4 13 22:27:16A faint, oblong, patch.
NGC 3735N11h 36m 0s70 32' 0" C-11LBRP2012 4 13 23:2:19An very faint streak, slightly brighter towards the middle. Burnham: Sb, 12.6mv.
NGC 3738N11h 35m 48s54 31' 0" C-11LBRP2012 4 13 23:20:43A small, round, patch. Best in the 12mm. Burnham: Irr, 12.1mv.
NGC 3733N11h 35m 0s54 51' 0" C-11LBRP2012 4 13 23:24:9An very faint brightening of the night sky. WikiSky: A loose spiral with a bright nucleus and very faint arms. I saw only the nucleus.
NGC 3729N11h 33m 48s53 8' 0" C-11LBRP2012 4 13 23:46:34A faint smudge. N 3718, a brighter SBa, is in the same field. Both look like spirals. Burnham: SBp, 12.5mv.
NGC 3583N11h 14m 12s48 19' 0" C-11LBRP2012 4 13 23:53:51A round patch, brighter towards the middle. E? Burnham: Sb/Sc, 12.2mv. I saw only the nucleus, which looked like an elliptical.
NGC 3549N11h 10m 54s53 23' 0" C-11LBRP2012 4 14 0:1:23An very faint streak, with a sharp northern edge. Nothing special about the northern edge in the WikiSky image. Burnham: Sb, 12.8mv.
I_2574N10h 28m 24s68 25' 0" C-11LBRP2012 4 14 0:11:52Field found, galaxy not visible.
NGC 3206N10h 21m 48s56 56' 0" C-11LBRP2012 4 14 0:18:8Field found, galaxy not visible. A large face on Sc, with a bright nucleus, and very faint envelop.
NGC 4085N12h 5m 24s50 21' 0" C-11LBRP2012 4 14 0:21:6An oblong smudge. NGC 4088 is also in the field. Burnham: Sb/Sc, 12.8mv.
STF 2055ABD16h 30m 54.83s1 59' 2.79" C-8Little Tycho2012 4 20 4:30:21An exquisite pair, but only in superb seeing. Best in the 6mm. WDS data: 4.15 - 5.15mv, A0V+A0V, 37 pa, 1.4", 2010 WDS true of date: 4.15 - 5.15mv, A0V+A0V, 26.93 pa, 1.42", 2012.
BU 120ABD16h 11m 59.74s-19 27' 38.29" C-8Little Tycho2012 4 20 4:38:17A close pair 2010. A second pair is around 50" from the first forming a quadruple. This is the celebrated double double of Scorpio. WDS data: 4.35 - 5.31mv, U, 1 pa, 1.3", 2010.
JC 6D18h 25m 21.01s-20 32' 29.9" C-8Little Tycho2012 4 20 4:49:34Star found, but companion was not visible. WDS data: 5.03 - 7.43mv, K1IIIA1V, 275 pa, 1.5", 1997.
DJU 4D19h 53m 27.69s24 4' 46.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 4 20 4:56:4I see a brightening of a diffraction ring at 60° pa, WDS: 245° pa, 2009. Almost 180° off! WDS data: 4.63 - 7.37mv, B9.5III, 245 pa, 1.4", 2009.
STF 1938D15h 24m 30.97s37 20' 49" C-8Little Tycho2012 4 20 5:6:54A nice pair, with Mu Boo just north of it. WDS data: 7.09 - 7.63mv, G0V, 5 pa, 2.2", 2010. WDS true of date: 7.09 - 7.63mv, G0V, 9.42 pa, 2.23", 2012.
BU 217D10h 6m 50.53s-24 42' 56.69" C-8Little Tycho2012 4 20 21:32:0A nice, close pair. WDS data: 7.93 - 7.95mv, F8IV-V, 132 pa, 2.1", 1998.
STF 1625ABD12h 16m 11.66s80 7' 30.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 4 20 21:37:7A superb pair of F stars 1999. WDS data: 7.24 - 7.78mv, F1VF3V, 218 pa, 14.7", 1999.
STT 261D13h 12m 2.02s32 5' 7.9" C-8Little Tycho2012 4 20 21:44:11An exquisite pair of light yellow F stars 2010. WDS data: 7.40 - 7.64mv, F6V, 339 pa, 2.5", 2010.
RR UMiV14h 57m 35.27s65 55' 53.44" C-8Little Tycho2012 4 20 21:54:19SAO 16580 mv: 7.7 SAO 16587 mv: 6.1. A pale orange star of 5.6mv.
RW BooV14h 41m 13.44s31 34' 16.75" C-8Little Tycho2012 4 20 22:1:8SAO 64282 mv: 8.4 SAO 64268 mv: 7.7. A 7.5mv orange star.
UV DraV14h 44m 1.94s56 6' 22.5" C-8Little Tycho2012 4 20 22:14:41T-3863-00565-1 mv: 10.15 SAO 29221 mv: 8.8. A 9.8mv star (SAO scale), white with a pale orange cast,
NGC 4939N13h 4m 12s-10 20' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 5 11 22:29:8An very faint patch, found only with the finder chart.
STF 1972ABD15h 29m 11.18s80 26' 55" C-8Little Tycho2012 5 11 22:39:51A lovely, wide pair of golden suns 2010. WDS data: 6.64 - 7.30mv, U, 79 pa, 31.4", 2010.
BU 1082D13h 0m 43.59s56 21' 58.79" C-8Little Tycho2012 5 22 21:12:15Star found, companion not visible. WDS data: 5.02 - 7.88mv, F2V, 97 pa, 1.0", 2010. WDS true of date: 5.02 - 7.88mv, F2V, 103.4 pa, 1.11", 2012.
STF 1734D13h 20m 41.57s2 56' 31.89" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 7 21:55:42A lovely, but very close pair. WDS data: 6.77 - 7.29mv, A3V, 175 pa, 1.0", 2007.
STT 288D14h 53m 23.35s15 42' 18.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 7 22:4:59A close pair, the companion is within the primaries diffraction pattern. As per the WDS orbit. WDS data: 6.89 - 7.55mv, F9V, 159 pa, 1.2", 2010. WDS true of date: 6.89 - 7.55mv, F9V, 166.46 pa, 1.22", 2012.
STF 2034D15h 48m 43.01s83 37' 10.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 7 22:14:45A very close pair 2007. WDS data: 7.68 - 7.95mv, A3, 109 pa, 1.1", 2007.
PSF 1D13h 25m 13.52s54 59' 16" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 9 21:41:14The companion was not visible in tonight's average seeing. WDS data: 4.01 - 8.mv, A5V, 207 pa, 1.0", 2009.
BU 346D14h 48m 31.71s-17 20' 24.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 9 21:52:45A close, but easily split pair. WDS data: 7.48 - 7.92mv, G1V, 276 pa, 2.5", 2010.
STF 2054ABD16h 23m 47.19s61 41' 47" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 9 22:12:56A close pair, dancing in and out of visibility in tonight's average seeing. WDS data: 6.15 - 7.09mv, U, 351 pa, 1.0", 2010.
STF 2118ABD16h 56m 25.31s65 2' 20.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 9 22:18:52A close, but easily split pair of equally bright yellow stars. WDS data: 7.07 - 7.30mv, F2IV, 65 pa, 1.1", 2010. WDS true of date: 7.07 - 7.30mv, F2IV, 67.06 pa, 1.15", 2012.
STF 2289D18h 10m 8.68s16 28' 35" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 9 22:25:55A very close pair, popping in and out of visiblity. As per the WDS orbit. WDS data: 6.65 - 7.21mv, A0V+G0III, 220 pa, 1.2", 2010. WDS true of date: 6.65 - 7.21mv, A0V+G0III, 216.16 pa, 1.24", 2012.
MTL 2D16h 11m 58.6s-19 27' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 9 22:44:29Part of the nu Sco system. A nice, but difficult, quadruple star. WDS data: 6.60 - 7.23mv, B8/9V, 55 pa, 2.3", 2008.
HJ 840D11h 24m 52.97s-17 41' 2.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 15 21:21:49A bright primary with a faint, but obvious companion. Don't know how I missed this one earlier. I see 100° pa, WDS: 93°, 1968. WDS data: 4.1 - 7.9mv, A5V, 93 pa, 5.3", 1968.
RX LMiV10h 42m 11.59s31 41' 52.14" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 15 22:0:21BS 37 LMi mv: 4.71 SAO 62181 mv: 8.8. A yellow orange star of 5.5mv.
STF 1458D10h 39m 27.88s31 42' 18" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 15 22:3:9A wide, dull pair 2005. WDS data: 9.39 - 9.39mv, G0G0, 217 pa, 18.1", 2005.
SS VirV12h 25m 13.61s0 46' 10.69" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 15 22:13:15SAO 119368 mv: 8.5 SAO 119393 mv: 8.6. A 7.8mv star, a slightly paler version of R Lep.
NGC 6207N16h 43m 6s36 50' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 15 22:20:15A faint streak with a 30° pa. Brighter in the middle.
HD 110259, Y UMaR12h 40m 21.29s55 50' 48" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 15 22:23:16C1: SAO 28464 mv: 7.4, C2: SAO 28480 mv: 8.1. A very pale red star of 8.0mv.
T LyrV18h 32m 20.1s36 59' 52.42" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 15 22:43:31SAO 67040 mv: 7.5 T-2636-01001-1 mv: 9.801. 7.5mv, and very red.
NGC 4586N12h 38m 30s4 19' 0" C-11LBRP2012 6 16 23:23:37A large but very faint brightening of the night sky
NGC 6027N15h 59m 12s20 45' 0" O-18LBRP2012 6 16 23:29:27AKA Seyfert's sextet. A couple of persistent, very faint patches at the edge of vision, they are 14.7 and 14.98mv, according to the spider.seds.org site.
Pal 5N15h 16m 5.25s0 6' 41.8" O-18LBRP2012 6 17 12:29:27An very faint but obvious spot in the night sky.
PG 1634+706N16h 34m 29s70 31' 33" O-18LBRP2012 6 23 22:37:40A distand quasar that looks like an very faint star. Impressive to see it at all.
GNT 1D16h 29m 24.46s-26 25' 55" C-11LBRP2012 6 23 23:10:40AKA Antares. The companion seemed to be blue green 1997. WDS data: 0.96 - 5.4mv, M1, 274° pa, 2.5", 1997.
BU 648ABD18h 57m 1.61s32 54' 4.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 26 21:56:1There is a brightening of the diffraction ring at pa 260°, but this hardly qualifies as a "split". WDS data: 5.34 - 7.96mv, G0V, 255 pa, 1.1", 2010. WDS true of date: 5.34 - 7.96mv, G0V, 52.26 pa, 1.07", 2012.
HU 149D15h 24m 35.3s54 12' 46.09" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 26 22:15:17An elongated star in the E-W direction WDS data: 7.48 - 7.62mv, K0, 271 pa, 0.7", 2010.
STF 1863D14h 38m 0.7s51 34' 42.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 26 22:19:43An elongated star in 60° pa 2010. WDS data: 7.71 - 7.80mv, F4V, 62 pa, 0.7", 2010.
NGC 5707N14h 37m 30s51 34' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 26 22:20:48A very faint blur in the night sky, I'm surprised I could see it at all, what with a quarter moon in the sky.
STF 2576D19h 45m 33.52s33 36' 7" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 26 22:32:13A very nice, if somewhat faint pair of stars 2010. WDS data: 8.47 - 8.58mv, K3V, 159 pa, 2.8", 2010.
NGC 5820N14h 58m 42s53 53' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 26 22:44:53A very faint patch, invisible in the 25, visible only in the 12.5 with telescope motion.
SHJ 191D14h 59m 34.57s53 51' 36.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 6 26 22:47:12A wide pair of white stars 2010. WDS data: 6.86 - 7.57mv, F1VF1V, 342 pa, 40.3", 2010.
STF 2569D19h 44m 47.8s16 48' 55.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 7 24 4:25:24A faint pair 2008 WDS data: 8.44 - 9.07mv, A0, 356 pa, 2.1", 2008.
STFB 11D21h 22m 5.13s19 48' 15" C-8Little Tycho2012 7 24 4:41:14A dull pair 2011. WDS data: 4.20 - 7.56mv, K0.5III, 310 pa, 36.3", 2011.
SHJ 345ABD22h 26m 34.3s-16 44' 31.89" C-8Little Tycho2012 7 24 4:45:58Barely split in tonight's poor seeing. WDS data: 6.29 - 6.39mv, G0VG0V, 45 pa, 1.4", 2010. WDS true of date: 6.29 - 6.39mv, G0VG0V, 49.18 pa, 1.28", 2012.
STF 2801D21h 18m 31.04s80 21' 12.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 7 24 4:56:52A nice, unequal pair. I see 260° pa, WDS: 272, 2001. WDS data: 7.87 - 8.62mv, F6V, 272 pa, 2.0", 2001.
BU 87D4h 22m 22.73s20 49' 16.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 7 24 5:6:21In tonight's poor seeing, the secondary is but a slight bump on the primary's diffraction pattern. WDS data: 6.21 - 8.60mv, B3VK3II, 168 pa, 1.9", 2007.
STF 2489ABD19h 16m 26.78s14 32' 40.6" C-8Little Tycho2012 7 28 4:0:8An OK pair in tonight's horrible seeing. The pair appears closer than the WDS value. WDS data: 5.67 - 9.30mv, U, 347 pa, 8.2", 2002.
NGC 6939N20h 31m 24s60 38' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 7 28 4:9:48A very coarse clumping of 7 11mv stars, surrounded by a haze of fainter ones.
NGC 7142N21h 45m 54s65 48' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 7 28 4:18:55A single bright star, 8.5mv, surrounded by a haze of fainter ones. WikiSky: That bright star is 10.1mv.
SS CygV21h 42m 42.72s43 35' 6.83" C-8Little Tycho2012 7 28 4:33:32C1: T-3196-00829-1 mv: 11.858 C2: T-3196-00857-1 mv: 10.919. 11.5mv star.
STF 2826ACD21h 47m 26.8s-13 7' 17.89" C-8Little Tycho2012 7 28 4:42:21A nice, but faint pair 2009. WDS data: 8.70 - 9.06mv, U, 82 pa, 4.0", 2009.
HJ 1932ABD0h 4m 18.33s42 35' 11.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 7 28 4:53:38A very nice triple star 2011. WDS data: 8.64 - 9.50mv, F5VF7V, 307 pa, 7.1", 2011.
STT 547ABD0h 5m 41.03s45 48' 43.29" C-8Little Tycho2012 7 28 4:58:44A nice pair of dusky orange M stars. WDS data: 8.98 - 9.15mv, K6M0, 186 pa, 6.0", 2011. WDS true of date: 8.98 - 9.15mv, K6M0, 187.51 pa, 5.92", 2012.
STF 42ABD0h 36m 2.38s29 59' 34.2" C-8Little Tycho2012 7 28 5:4:58A lovely pair of yellow stars 2011. WDS data: 8.39 - 9.05mv, G2V, 21 pa, 6.0", 2010.
T LyrV18h 32m 20.1s36 59' 52.42" C-8Little Tycho2012 7 30 2:44:24SAO 67095 mv: 7.9 SAO 67088 mv: 8.6. Stunningly red at 7.9mv.
AC 12D19h 58m 22.77s-2 13' 54.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 7 30 3:2:42A very close pair, but nicely split in the 6mm, unsplit in the 24mm. WDS data: 7.54 - 8.32mv, F5, 299 pa, 1.3", 2010.
HO 128ABD20h 22m 55.48s42 59' 0.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 7 30 3:12:18An extremly difficult pair. Even the 6mm could barely split it, as the secondary was well hiddent by the yellow primary. WDS data: 6.41 - 8.82mv, G8III, 358 pa, 1.4", 2010.
STT 432D21h 14m 18.93s41 8' 48" C-8Little Tycho2012 7 30 3:18:25A very nice pair, each star in the first diffraction ring of the other. WDS data: 7.78 - 8.05mv, F8V, 116 pa, 1.3", 2009.
STF 3017ABD23h 27m 42.89s74 7' 9.5" C-8Little Tycho2012 7 30 3:24:52A close, but not difficult pair 2005. WDS data: 7.64 - 8.51mv, F1:V, 21 pa, 1.3", 2005.
STF 7D0h 11m 38.91s55 57' 40.89" C-8Little Tycho2012 7 30 3:30:26A nice, very close pair, well split in tonight's superb seeing. WDS data: 7.99 - 8.46mv, B8V, 211 pa, 1.3", 2007.
STF 52D0h 44m 11.27s46 14' 8.2" C-8Little Tycho2012 7 30 3:37:7A close pair, but well split in tonight's superb seeing. WDS data: 7.87 - 8.95mv, F6V, 3 pa, 1.4", 2009.
A 200D23h 14m 39.8s41 15' 48.9" C-8Little Tycho2012 7 30 3:47:34Not split, despite the superb seeing. WDS data: 8.7 - 9.2mv, A2, 78 pa, 0.6", 2008.
STF 2610ABD19h 59m 7.47s35 32' 10.09" C-8Little Tycho2012 8 16 3:30:27A surprisingly difficult pair, as they seem fainter than indicated on this dew saturated night. WDS data: 8.76 - 9.24mv, B9V, 296 pa, 4.0", 2010.
STF 2730D20h 51m 3.76s6 23' 14.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 8 16 4:0:7A lovely pair of equally bright stars 2010. WDS data: 8.43 - 8.57mv, K1III, 334 pa, 3.2", 2010.
STF 2736D20h 56m 43.73s12 59' 33.79" C-8Little Tycho2012 8 16 4:5:54A nice pair of stars 2009. WDS data: 8.34 - 9.36mv, F2, 217 pa, 5.4", 2009.
STF 2764A BCD21h 5m 32.41s62 9' 31" C-8Little Tycho2012 8 16 4:11:54An exquisite, if a bit faint pair. I see 310° pa, WDS: 298, 2005. WDS data: 8.32 - 9.31mv, A0V, 298 pa, 7.0", 2005.
BU 494D0h 47m 1.13s-1 15' 8.69" C-8Little Tycho2012 8 16 4:26:46A faint, close pair 2008. WDS data: 8.96 - 9.01mv, F8, 161 pa, 1.3", 2008.
V CygV20h 41m 18.2s48 8' 28.15" C-8Little Tycho2012 8 16 21:8:54 C1: T-3578-02196-1 mv: 10.935 C2: SAO 49904 mv: 8.6 Red-brown-orange 8.6mv.
NGC 5660N14h 29m 48s49 37' 0" C-11LBRP2012 8 16 22:0:29A very faint patch, made visible only by the slewing of the telescope in tonight's very hazy skies.
NGC 6712N18h 53m 6s-8 42' 0" C-11LBRP2012 8 16 22:26:37A nice, large, cluster, with a haze of stars, about 10 of them are resolved.
NGC 5533N14h 16m 6s35 21' 0" C-11LBRP2012 8 18 21:28:7An very faint brightening of the night sky. Almost invisible. Face on Sd?
NGC 5687N14h 34m 54s54 29' 0" C-11LBRP2012 8 18 21:33:1An very faint patch, next to a 9.2mv star that almost overwhelms the galaxy.
NGC 6781N19h 18m 24s6 33' 0" C-11LBRP2012 8 18 22:38:30A faint round patch with a hint of darkening in the center.
NGC 7226N22h 10m 30s55 25' 0" C-11LBRP2012 8 18 22:49:27The entire field in the 41mm Panoptic looks like a cluster. N 7226 is but a few of the stars in the center. Nice starscape, but no cluster.
NGC 6520N18h 3m 24s-27 54' 0" C-11LBRP2012 8 18 23:4:13Another very rich part of the milky way, with a few stars posing as a cluster.
NGC 6412N17h 29m 36s75 42' 0" C-11LBRP2012 8 18 23:12:39A small, very faint glow. Found only with the finder chart.
NGC 6340N17h 10m 24s72 18' 0" C-11LBRP2012 8 18 23:21:12A bright nucleus surrounded by a faint halo.
NGC 6181N16h 32m 18s19 50' 0" C-11LBRP2012 8 18 23:28:49A small, faint galaxy.
HJ 3407D0h 53m 59.28s-25 2' 33.09" C-8Little Tycho2012 8 29 3:38:22A nice, faint pair 1999. WDS data: 8.80 - 8.94mv, A9/F0V, 127 pa, 12.9", 1999.
WNO 1D0h 53m 12.45s-24 46' 37" C-8Little Tycho2012 8 29 3:40:58An OK unequal pair 2006. WDS data: 6.60 - 9.20mv, F6IV-V, 8 pa, 5.5", 2006.
STF 2807D21h 17m 33.47s82 31' 3.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 8 29 3:51:48A nice, but close and faint pair. WDS data: 8.65 - 8.77mv, F8, 311 pa, 1.8", 2005.
STF 2790ABD21h 19m 15.68s58 37' 24.6" C-8Little Tycho2012 8 29 3:59:28A difficult pair, as the 5mv primary hides the secondary in its glare. WDS data: 5.85 - 9.27mv, U, 45 pa, 4.6", 2002.
HLM 39D21h 19m 54.66s58 40' 51.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 8 29 4:3:21A faint, wide pair 2006. WDS data: 9.80 - 10.50mv, F8, 63 pa, 18.0", 2006.
STF 2791D21h 23m 43.59s4 21' 54.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 8 29 4:12:55A suprisingly difficult pair, much fainter than marked, but the early twilight might have had something to do with it. WDS data: 8.92 - 9.28mv, F0, 104 pa, 2.8", 2010.
STF 133ABD1h 32m 47.7s35 50' 34.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 8 29 4:21:11An interesting pair, as the secondary is itself double, with all three stars lining up in approximately 189° pa. Perhaps an optical? WDS data: 6.79 - 9.44mv, K3III, 192 pa, 3.0", 2009.
STF 2328ABD18h 29m 27.87s29 55' 27.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 8 31 21:20:13A nice pair 2009. WDS data: 9.00 - 9.50mv, A2, 72 pa, 3.7", 2009.
STF 2410D18h 46m 56.67s59 19' 52" C-8Little Tycho2012 8 31 21:28:6A difficult, faint pair, yet cleanly split in the 6mm and averted vision. WDS data: 8.59 - 8.85mv, F8, 86 pa, 1.7", 2009.
H N 126D19h 4m 20.28s-21 31' 53.69" C-8Little Tycho2012 8 31 21:55:37A very difficult pair in tonight's hazy skies. Elongated only. WDS data: 7.87 - 8.06mv, F8V, 188 pa, 1.3", 2009.
U LyrV19h 20m 3.94s37 52' 23.84" C-8Little Tycho2012 8 31 22:10:11SAO 68163 mv: 8.4 SAO 68139 mv: 9.0. A 9.1mv star, which is pastel red.
HJ 1448D19h 52m 0.36s38 1' 54" C-8Little Tycho2012 8 31 22:20:1A faint, wide pair, lackluster. WDS data: 9.72 - 9.83mv, K, 168 pa, 11.5", 2008.
STF 149D1h 44m 30.83s39 57' 31.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 9 3:34:52An elongated, faint, blob in tonights skies. Pickering 3.5. WDS data: 8.15 - 9.30mv, F5, 83 pa, 1.5", 2007.
STF 110D1h 17m 43.25s-12 20' 41.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 9 3:48:27A very nice, if a bit faint, pair. WDS data: 8.76 - 9.18mv, F8, 354 pa, 7.9", 2003.
AG 42D2h 34m 19.33s40 17' 34.5" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 9 4:41:3An OK unequal pair 2007. WDS data: 8.60 - 9.1mv, A2, 144 pa, 6.4", 2007.
L 55D2h 40m 40.87s26 49' 57.69" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 9 4:49:13Field found but the star is not there. WDS data: 8.0 - 9.0mv, U, 50 pa, 6.8", 1910.
ES 12ACD3h 49m 27.56s52 39' 19.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 9 5:2:41ES 12 was not visible. STF 446 was. The cluster at this location, NGC 1444, was also not visible, it appears to be a chance chain of stars just NW of STF 446. WDS data: 6.86 - 12.0mv, B0.5III, 39 pa, 11.7", 1999.
BU 132ABD18h 11m 14.77s-19 50' 31.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 9 21:0:12A close but well split (in the 6mm!) pair. WDS data: 7.01 - 7.13mv, A4V, 188 pa, 1.4", 2010.
HJ 594ABD18h 13m 46.29s-18 48' 36.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 9 21:8:43A triple in a star studded field that makes it look ordinary. WDS data: 8.62 - 9.42mv, B2IV/V, 121 pa, 7.9", 2003.
STF 2329D18h 31m 26.49s6 27' 36.9" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 9 21:15:40A very nice pair, in a lovely field. WDS data: 8.16 - 9.44mv, B9IV-V, 43 pa, 4.2", 2009.
L 60D18h 35m 25.37s20 26' 9.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 9 21:20:30Star does not exist. Confirmed on wikisky. WDS data: 9.0 - 9.0mv, U, 183 pa, 1.8", 1910.
L 39D18h 36m 46.62s11 51' 56.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 9 21:25:48The star does not exist. WDS error. WikiSky: the 11.5mv star marked in the AC2000 and UCAC3 catalogs was seen, but it appears to be a single star. WDS data: 9.0 - 9.5mv, U, 216 pa, 2.2", 2002.
STT 360D18h 38m 39.83s4 51' 17.29" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 9 21:31:28The faint secondary shines in the primary's diffraction pattern. WDS data: 6.86 - 9.14mv, K2III, 281 pa, 1.7", 2008.
STF 2412D18h 52m 35.03s14 0' 12.2" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 9 21:39:56A close pair, but well split in the 6mm. It looks to me as if the WDS is 180° off in PA. WDS data: 8.96 - 9.03mv, K2, 56 pa, 1.4", 2008.
KR 60ABD22h 27m 59.2s57 41' 43.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 9 21:51:54A difficult pair due to it's faintness. An elongated blob with averted vision. WDS data: 9.93 - 11.41mv, M3.5+M4.5, 326.10 pa, 1.470", 2013.
STF 2461ABD19h 7m 25.58s32 30' 6.2" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 9 22:11:46A brilliant primary mostly hides the faint secondary. Position angle seems to be decreasing. WDS data: 5.26 - 9.1mv, F0V, 290 pa, 3.7", 2001.
HU 908ABD14h 53m 3.72s78 10' 36" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 10 20:34:59The secondary is a faint bump in the primary's diffraction patten. Tough pair, even in the 6mm. WDS data: 6.79 - 8.85mv, K0IV, 237 pa, 1.5", 2009.
STF 1896ABD14h 58m 21.57s44 2' 35.9" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 10 20:43:17A very nice pair, if a bit faint. WDS data: 8.97 - 9.47mv, F8, 277 pa, 4.1", 2009.
STT 296ABD15h 26m 26.55s44 0' 13.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 10 20:47:53Nice pair, best in the 9mm. WDS data: 7.83 - 9.09mv, G5, 275 pa, 2.1", 2009.
STF 1950D15h 29m 58.46s25 30' 31.09" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 10 20:52:3A nice, if somewhat faint, unequal pair. Primary is a pastel orange K4 star, secondary is to faint to make out color in. I see 95° pa, WDS: 91. 2008. WDS data: 8.07 - 9.23mv, K4III, 91 pa, 3.3", 2008.
STT 303ABD16h 0m 54.16s13 16' 18.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 10 20:58:52An OK, close but cleanly split in the 6mm, pair. I see exactly 180° pa, WDS sees 174, 2010. WDS data: 7.69 - 8.06mv, F7V, 174 pa, 1.6", 2010.
STF 2023D16h 14m 30.88s5 31' 21" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 10 21:4:43A faint pair 2009. Splitting it was not hard in the 6mm, but the secondary all but vanishes with direct vision. WDS data: 8.70 - 9.38mv, F5, 224 pa, 1.9", 2009.
BU 43D16h 48m 20.24s2 44' 17.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 10 21:9:44A very close pair, each in the other's diffraction pattern, and they are quite faint. WDS data: 8.78 - 8.81mv, G5, 55 pa, 1.4", 2009.
STT 384ABD19h 43m 47.09s38 19' 20.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 10 21:18:17A very close pair, the secondary played hide and seek in the mildly turbulent seeing. WDS data: 7.59 - 8.23mv, B5V, 196 pa, 1.0", 2009.
STT 387D19h 48m 43.81s35 18' 41.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 10 21:23:29An elliptical blob in the pa recorded by the WDS, 2010. WDS data: 7.12 - 7.90mv, F6V, 122 pa, 0.5", 2010. WDS true of date: 7.12 - 7.90mv, F6V, 117.29 pa, 0.51", 2012.
STT 378ABD19h 36m 32.27s41 0' 35.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 10 21:29:14A close pair, but split in this Pickering 7 sky with the 2.8 and 6mm. WDS data: 7.74 - 8.92mv, A0, 286 pa, 1.4", 2008.
STT 386D19h 48m 16.51s37 9' 37.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 10 21:36:10Well split in the 6mm, but blurry blobs in the 2.8. Good seeing, about Pickering 8. WDS data: 8.52 - 8.61mv, A1III, 71 pa, 1.0", 2008.
A 378D19h 59m 22.02s32 6' 28" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 10 21:52:25A close, difficult pair. WDS data: 8.48 - 8.98mv, G5, 292 pa, 0.9", 2009.
D 22ABD20h 25m 31.15s40 5' 50.79" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 10 22:0:2A nice pair, with a yellow primary, despite its F8 spectral type. A bit of interstellar reddening? WDS data: 8.15 - 9.48mv, F8V, 163 pa, 2.8", 2010.
STF 2552D19h 37m 55s19 21' 32.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 11 20:22:53A lovely, if a bit faint, pair. WDS data: 8.49 - 9.11mv, A2, 195 pa, 5.4", 2007.
HU 66D18h 25m 18.19s48 45' 42" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 11 20:39:4Well split, each star being on the other's first diffraction ring. I suspect the pair has widened, this looks more like 1.1", not WDS's 0.8. The pa is in agreement with the WDS. WDS data: 8.40 - 8.25mv, U, 26 pa, 0.8", 2010.
STF 2469ABD19h 7m 47.59s38 55' 41.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 11 20:47:24The primary's diffraction ring almost hides the secondary. WDS data: 7.93 - 9.13mv, A3, 125 pa, 1.3", 2010.
V398 LyrV19h 8m 13.15s39 9' 13.83" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 11 20:53:23SAO 67868 mv: 8.3 SAO 67846 mv: 7.5. A pale orange star of 7.4mv.
BU 143D19h 29m 55.28s49 30' 31.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 11 21:1:14An OK, unequal pair. WDS data: 8.38 - 9.48mv, B9, 191 pa, 2.2", 2009.
CH CygV19h 24m 33.12s50 14' 27.03" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 11 21:11:18SAO 31623 mv: 6.3 SAO 31661 mv: 7.3. A 7.1mv star with a strong orange tinge.
R CygV19h 36m 49.39s50 11' 57.54" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 11 21:16:47T-3564-00834-1 mv: 10.858 SAO 31823 mv: 9.0. An 8.8mv deep red star.
STF 2607AB CD19h 57m 56.11s42 15' 38" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 11 21:34:41An OK unequal pair 2007. WDS data: 6.56 - 9.09mv, U, 289 pa, 3.0", 2007.
STF 2606ABD19h 58m 32.65s33 16' 38.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 11 21:39:28A pair of stars with the Airy discs touching. Difficult! WDS data: 7.74 - 8.43mv, F5IV, 145 pa, 0.7", 2009.
BU 431D20h 19m 57.82s36 16' 8" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 11 21:47:49A tiny, even in the 6mm, elongated blob. WDS data: 8.96 - 8.62mv, A7III, 28 pa, 0.5", 2010.
BD+39 4208, RW CygR20h 28m 50.5s39 58' 54" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 11 21:55:44C1: SAO 70099 mv: 8.3, C2: SAO 70093 mv: 9.2. A deep pastel red star of 8.3mv. In a field of wide doubles. A lovely starscape.
STT 351ACD18h 25m 18.19s48 45' 42.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 12 20:23:49A nice, very close pair of stars of almost equal brightness. WDS data: 7.90 - 8.25mv, U, 26 pa, 0.8", 2010.
BU 137ABD18h 53m 57.56s37 22' 49.69" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 12 20:32:22An OK pair 2009. WDS data: 8.69 - 9.02mv, G5III-IV, 162 pa, 1.6", 2009.
BU 145ABD19h 41m 15.47s30 43' 16.79" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 12 20:45:14Star found, but no sign of the secondary. The 12mv star 2' south east was easily seen. WDS data: 7.40 - 9.09mv, A3VF6III, 272 pa, 0.8", 2009.
STT 383ABD19h 42m 56.26s40 43' 18.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 12 20:49:59A difficult pair, the secondary winks in and out of the primary's first diffraction ring. WDS data: 7.03 - 8.28mv, B9.5V, 15 pa, 0.8", 2009.
STF 2626D20h 4m 15.35s30 32' 34.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 12 20:55:24An OK, faint pair 2009. WDS data: 8.84 - 9.08mv, F0IV, 128 pa, 1.0", 2009.
SEE 358D18h 44m 44.48s-25 47' 51.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 12 21:34:51A difficult pair, which would have been easy if the declination was +40°. WDS data: 8.41 - 8.82mv, F7/8V, 65 pa, 1.3", 2009.
STF 2538D19h 31m 22.18s36 42' 17" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 12 21:42:43A very nice, if a bit faint, pair. WDS data: 8.92 - 9.24mv, U, 50 pa, 5.9", 2004.
STT 403ABD20h 14m 21.52s42 6' 15.6" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 12 21:49:36A nice triple. The primary is a pair of almost equally bright 7mv stars, each in the other's diffraction rings, and the third 10mv star is 12" from the primaries. WDS data: 7.31 - 7.64mv, B9IV-V, 170 pa, 0.9", 2009 and 2009.
STT 405D20h 18m 43.4s33 15' 1" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 12 22:0:13A difficult pair, the secondary is hidden in the primary's first diffraction ring. WDS data: 8.08 - 9.27mv, A0, 151 pa, 0.8", 2010.
IC 5146N21h 53m 24s47 16' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 12 22:7:43There are faint whisps of nebulosity in the field. Invisible in the 24, barely visible in the 18mm.
STF 2203D17h 41m 13.81s41 39' 17.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 13 20:48:22A close OK pair of similar stars, plainly split in tonight's good seeing. WDS data: 7.72 - 7.81mv, A4V, 294 pa, 0.8", 2010.
STT 410ABD20h 39m 33.31s40 34' 46.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 13 20:56:4A nice, very close but plainly resolved pair. Two tiny discs surrounded by their first diffraction rings. I see 10° pa, WDS orbital calculation sees 4.4°, true of date. WDS data: 6.73 - 6.83mv, B8IIIpMn, 3 pa, 0.9", 2010. WDS true of date: 6.73 - 6.83mv, B8IIIpMn, 4.4 pa, 0.86", 2012.
khi CygV19h 50m 33.94s32 54' 49.48" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 13 21:26:13 C1: T-2673-04432-1 mv: 12.023 C2: T-2673-02631-1 mv: 12.098 A 12mv star. No color seen at that mv!
HU 1285D17h 43m 38.75s22 36' 43.2" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 13 21:37:51Only the hint of a split, the seeing is getting worse as a front heads this way. WDS data: 8.88 - 9.17mv, F5, 211 pa, 0.6", 2010. WDS true of date: 8.88 - 9.17mv, F5, 214.41 pa, 0.52", 2012.
STF 2271ABD18h 0m 18.74s52 51' 15.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 13 21:46:8A lovely pair 2010. WDS data: 8.17 - 9.24mv, G0, 270 pa, 3.5", 2010.
HU 674D18h 9m 40.64s50 24' 7.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 13 21:50:45The secondary is but a brightening of the primary's first diffraction ring. WDS data: 7.68 - 8.63mv, A3V, 215 pa, 0.8", 2010.
STF 2356D18h 38m 22.51s28 41' 49.69" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 13 22:0:22A very difficult pair due to its faintness. It also appears to be closer than the WDS given value of 1.2". The pa seems to agree. WDS epoch: 2010. WDS data: 8.79 - 9.23mv, F0, 62 pa, 1.2", 2010.
STF 2422D18h 57m 7.82s26 5' 45.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 13 22:6:54A nice, very close pair, plainly split. The diffraction rings surrounded the two Airy discs. WDS data: 7.93 - 8.25mv, A2IV, 71 pa, 0.8", 2010.
STT 371ABD19h 15m 56.96s27 27' 21.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 13 22:14:42An OK pair, each star sits on the other's first diffraction ring. WDS data: 7.03 - 7.55mv, B8V, 160 pa, 0.9", 2009.
A 1431D20h 33m 42.82s38 34' 59.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 13 22:20:39A close, faint pair. WDS data: 8.36 - 9.38mv, A0, 30 pa, 0.9", 2010.
V CygV20h 41m 18.2s48 8' 28.15" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 13 22:27:52 C1: SAO 49972 mv: 8.9 C2: SAO 49987 mv: 8.8 A dark, red orange star of 8.8mv.
BU 1091D18h 12m 36.71s38 35' 51" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 14 21:9:46A difficult pair on this hazy night 2010. WDS data: 8.66 - 9.24mv, F8, 320 pa, 0.7", 2010.
STT 525ABD18h 54m 52.51s33 58' 6.89" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 14 21:18:53A very difficult pair. This one was barely "seen" in pa 330. The WDS claims 130. 200° differece! The secondary looked like a persistent brightening of the diffraction ring. WDS data: 6.14 - 9.12mv, A8G5III, 130 pa, 1.8", 2010.
BU 1289ABD20h 0m 59.6s37 41' 56.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 14 21:36:19This star is part of a widely spaced quadruple star that is a delightful starscape. The star itself is very close, and appears to be in pa 25°, as opposed to the WDS's 2007 reading of 55°. WDS data: 8.15 - 9.2mv, B5, 55 pa, 0.6", 2007.
BU 432D20h 24m 48.73s35 45' 28.2" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 14 21:57:9A faint, but plainly split pair. WDS data: 8.61 - 9.43mv, F8, 197 pa, 1.4", 2008.
STF 2711D20h 39m 35.11s30 30' 14.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 14 22:2:4A lackluster, but plainly split pair 2011. WDS data: 8.17 - 9.24mv, A2.5V, 223 pa, 2.3", 2011.
STT 418D20h 54m 49.84s32 42' 23.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 14 22:7:11A very close OK pair 2010. WDS data: 8.23 - 8.27mv, G0, 284 pa, 1.0", 2010.
STF 2746D21h 1m 50.04s39 15' 38.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 14 22:13:2A close pair. Split in the 4 and 2.8mm, barely elongated in the 6mm. WDS data: 7.92 - 8.71mv, F0, 322.60 pa, 1.205", 2013.
STF 2773ABD21h 10m 14.01s43 59' 51.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 14 22:19:39A nice, somewhat faint, pair. I see 120° pa, WDS: 114°, 2010. WDS data: 8.46 - 9.09mv, A0, 114 pa, 3.3", 2010.
IC 1369N21h 12m 6s47 44' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 14 22:26:12A hint of nebulosity, perhaps averted imagination. Needs darker skies. WikiSky: Probably not visible at all. Much too faint for the Urban setting.
BU 162ABD21h 17m 6.81s35 46' 10.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 14 22:32:48A clean split in both the 6 and 2.8. WDS data: 8.60 - 8.84mv, A7IV, 253 pa, 1.2", 2005.
NGC 7027N21h 7m 6s42 14' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 14 22:53:2Like a 10" binary surrounded by mist.
STF 2653D20h 13m 40.55s24 14' 20.5" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 19 21:31:40The 6mv primary swamps the secondary, making it invisible at lower powers. The 6mm shows it, faintly shining as per the WDS, 2009. WDS data: 6.72 - 9.18mv, A1m, 274 pa, 2.9", 2009.
STT 408D20h 34m 1.95s34 40' 44.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 19 21:39:7The secondary is barely visible in the 6 and 9mm. It comes and goes. Without the WDS given pa, I might not have seen it at all. 2009. WDS data: 6.75 - 9.37mv, B7V, 193 pa, 1.6", 2009.
BU 364D20h 47m 3.55s25 24' 49.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 19 21:54:8A faint, difficult pair, dancing between a blob and obvious split in the atmosphere. WDS data: 9.00 - 9.12mv, G5, 70 pa, 0.8", 2010.
BU 66D20h 48m 6.25s27 27' 25.29" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 19 22:1:1For a listed 1.1" pair, a fairly easy split. Could it have widened a bit since 2010, when it was observed by the USNO? WDS data: 8.76 - 9.28mv, F0, 169 pa, 1.1", 2010.
HJ 1788D22h 34m 55.25s41 34' 18.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 19 22:11:16A very nice pair, if a bit faint. WDS data: 8.54 - 9.48mv, F2, 300 pa, 3.5", 2011.
HO 560ABD17h 43m 22.88s33 56' 41.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 19 22:19:56A close OK pair 2010. WDS data: 8.82 - 9.11mv, F5, 263 pa, 1.3", 2010.
STF 2466ABD19h 7m 53.71s29 48' 2.5" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 19 22:28:46A very nice, if faint, pair when the seeing is steady. Best in the 9mm. In a field of faint, wide pairs. WDS data: 8.57 - 9.02mv, A0, 102 pa, 2.4", 2009.
L 67D19h 53m 27.97s22 44' 29" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 19 22:40:44The star does not exist. WDS data: 9.0 - 9.5mv, U, 321 pa, 1.1", 1910.
STF 1948D15h 26m 34.85s54 53' 56.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 20 20:12:26A dull, wide pair. I see 55° pa, WDS (2005) sees 47. WDS data: 8.71 - 9.65mv, A5, 47 pa, 12.8", 2005.
STF 1969D15h 41m 16.4s59 59' 17.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 20 20:19:20A faint, difficult pair, but moving fast. I see 60° pa, WDS sees 30. 2010. WDS data: 9.14 - 9.50mv, K0, 30 pa, 1.0", 2010.
STF 2006ABD16h 0m 18.27s58 56' 3" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 20 20:33:33Not split. WDS data: 8.48 - 9.96mv, A3, 178 pa, 1.4", 2010.
STF 2015ABD16h 8m 54.75s45 21' 11.79" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 20 20:38:38An OK unequal pair. WDS data: 8.24 - 9.52mv, F5, 160 pa, 3.0", 2010.
STF 2153D17h 17m 53.03s49 18' 18.5" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 20 20:48:0A faint pair, difficult in tonight's average seeing. WDS data: 9.36 - 9.70mv, K0, 246 pa, 1.5", 2009.
AF CygV19h 30m 12.89s46 8' 52" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 20 20:56:46 C1: SAO 48507 mv: 8.7 C2: SAO 48541 mv: 6.9. A typical M star, yellow orange, 7.5mv.
V CygV20h 41m 18.2s48 8' 28.15" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 20 21:4:6 C1: AC_2000 1647767 mv: 10.84 C2: SAO 49907 mv: 8.3 Fairly red, but I've seen it more so. 8.0mv.
SS CygV21h 42m 42.72s43 35' 6.83" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 20 21:9:51C1: UCAC3 119147569 mv: 11.81 C2: UCAC3 119077264 mv: 11.54. 11.8mv
STT 313D16h 32m 33.18s40 6' 47.69" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 21 20:22:14An OK pair 2009. WDS data: 7.97 - 8.31mv, F9IV, 130 pa, 0.9", 2009.
STF 2089D16h 43m 20.43s25 8' 28.9" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 21 20:30:22The secondary is invisible in the 25 and 6, but barely visible in the 12.5 and 9. The primary is as bright as advertised, but the secondary is more like 11mv, not 10mv. Otherwise 2010. WDS data: 8.66 - 9.96mv, F5, 60 pa, 2.7", 2010.
STF 2097ABD16h 44m 47.22s35 44' 16.69" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 21 20:36:56A nice, faint, pair 2009. WDS data: 9.37 - 9.55mv, G5, 79 pa, 1.9", 2009.
T LyrV18h 32m 20.1s36 59' 52.42" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 21 20:51:38SAO 67088 mv: 8.6 SAO 67095 mv: 7.9. Very red. 7.8mv.
STF 2516D19h 21m 12.38s55 49' 22" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 21 21:16:36A nice, faint, pair. WDS data: 8.27 - 9.50mv, K0, 234 pa, 4.1", 2008.
STF 2645D20h 9m 28.55s51 40' 27.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 21 21:29:37An OK, close, faint, pair. WDS data: 8.55 - 8.98mv, A0V, 138 pa, 1.6", 2008.
STT 541D20h 10m 38.34s33 37' 50" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 21 21:40:29A component of a triple system, S 738. This is the secondary of that system. In a beautiful field. WDS data: 8.43 - 9.73mv, U, 183 pa, 1.8", 1999.
STF 2676ABD20h 22m 51.4s27 7' 54.5" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 21 21:47:38The pair itself is a bit dull, but it's part of a splendid quintuple sustem strung out to the north of the star. Almost nice as sigma Orionus. WDS data: 8.26 - 9.98mv, A3, 170 pa, 2.9", 2011.
BU 434D20h 32m 20.8s41 52' 0.79" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 21 21:56:28A difficult pair because of its faintness. I see 90° pa, WDS: 103°, 1999. WDS data: 9.12 - 9.87mv, A, 103 pa, 1.3", 1999.
NGC 6826N19h 44m 48s50 31' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 21 22:4:5Central star easily seen, in a smaller aperture, it would blink nicely. Lovely!
ES 274D3h 28m 32.43s35 59' 18" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 23 4:50:40A difficult pair. They seem much fainter than 9.5mv. WDS data: 9.3 - 9.4mv, U, 144 pa, 3.2", 2002.
STF 342D3h 5m 5.59s27 54' 43.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 23 4:56:27A nice, but faint pair. WDS data: 9.16 - 9.56mv, F5, 304 pa, 3.2", 2008.
HJ 2139ABD2h 30m 52.93s53 10' 19" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 23 5:7:26A very nice pair of almost equally bright stars. WDS data: 8.85 - 9.15mv, F5, 299 pa, 3.8", 2006.
STF 260D2h 26m 27.61s54 16' 58.09" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 23 5:14:5An exquisite pair in a field of wide pairs. Lovely! WDS data: 8.91 - 9.21mv, F5, 347 pa, 6.4", 2003.
STF 195D2h 0m 10.97s44 27' 5.6" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 23 5:20:41A nice, if faint pair. WDS data: 9.27 - 9.97mv, A0, 194 pa, 3.0", 2008.
R LepV4h 59m 36.34s-14 48' 16.34" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 23 5:27:17SAO 150029 mv: 5.9 SAO 150044 mv: 7.5. Not its usual fiery self tonight. A pastel red orange. 6.1mv.
STF 2451D19h 2m 58.14s51 35' 22.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 23 20:37:25A close, but obvious pair. Field hard to find, stars do not correpspnd to their marked brightness. WDS data: 9.29 - 9.47mv, F8, 84 pa, 1.6", 2010.
STT 385D19h 45m 48.77s40 33' 18.89" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 23 20:42:53An OK pair in good seeing. WDS data: 7.77 - 9.58mv, B7IV, 50 pa, 1.2", 2010.
HU 758D19h 47m 3.83s33 21' 21" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 23 20:51:8An OK, very close, faint, pair of equally bright stars. A bit more separation and brightness, and this pair would have been superb. WDS data: 9.42 - 9.43mv, A, 145 pa, 0.9", 2010.
A 1412D20h 3m 21.47s38 14' 53.89" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 23 21:3:21A very difficult pair. I needed almost averted imagination to see this. WDS data: 9.00 - 9.93mv, B9.5V, 227 pa, 0.8", 2007.
STF 2648D20h 10m 23.1s49 49' 16.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 23 21:12:30A nice, unequal pair 2008. WDS data: 8.11 - 9.59mv, F5, 117 pa, 6.8", 2008.
STF 2658ABD20h 13m 40.73s53 7' 30.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 23 21:21:53A nice, unequal pair 2008. WDS data: 7.19 - 9.38mv, F5V, 108 pa, 5.4", 2008.
BU 728ABD23h 52m 9.62s43 30' 31.6" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 25 0:53:27A suprisingly difficult pair in tonight's unsteady air. Looks a bit closer than 1", and best in the 9mm. WDS data: 8.69 - 8.94mv, F8, 9 pa, 1.3", 2010.
LAL 192D23h 54m 21.39s-27 2' 34.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 25 1:0:7An exquisite pair of almost equally bright white stars. WDS data: 6.79 - 7.41mv, A2VF2V, 271 pa, 6.7", 2010.
HLD 59ABD23h 59m 1.81s53 15' 9.79" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 25 1:8:34A close pair, best in the 9mm in tonight's clear, unsteady air. WDS data: 8.74 - 8.92mv, A3, 12 pa, 1.1", 2011.
U CygV20h 19m 36.35s47 53' 37.84" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 25 1:18:34 C1: SAO 49356 mv: 8.2 C2: SAO 49479 mv: 7.8 A burnt orange, 7.6mv star.
S CasV1h 19m 42s72 36' 41" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 25 1:26:49SAO 4381 mv: 9.6 SAO 4377 mv: 9.6. A faintly red 9.8mv star.
V CasV23h 11m 40.69s59 41' 59" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 25 1:41:2T-4010-00173-1 mv: 11.223 T-4010-00545-1 mv: 11.718. An 11.7mv star. No color seen at this faintness!
STF 264D2h 29m 32.47s60 39' 21" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 25 1:54:20The southern most star in an exqusite chain of 4 stars. The 1999 WDS observation seems to be in error. WDS data: 9.93 - 10.76mv, B5V, 227 pa, 16.6", 2011.
NGC 628N1h 36m 42s15 47' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 9 25 2:45:41Barely visible in the 24, invisible in the 12.5.
AG 237D19h 45m 20.11s30 48' 2.2" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 4 20:28:53An OK pair 2009. WDS data: 8.82 - 9.61mv, A5, 141 pa, 2.4", 2009.
STT 377ABD19h 36m 17.15s35 39' 34.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 4 20:45:1An OK pair in a lovely field. WDS data: 9.37 - 9.42mv, A0, 35 pa, 0.9", 2008.
Cyg_X1N19h 58m 18s35 2' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 4 21:3:34Astrophysically neat, but a dull sight in a sparse field.
STT 359D18h 35m 30.39s23 36' 19.9" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 11 20:26:50Two bright yellow points, almost touching. Tonight's seeing obliterated the diffraction rings. As per the WDS orbital calculations, true of date. WDS data: 6.35 - 6.62mv, G9III-IV, 6 pa, 0.7", 2010. WDS true of date: 6.35 - 6.62mv, G9III-IV, 4.63 pa, 0.74", 2012.
STF 2438D18h 57m 28.46s58 13' 30" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 11 20:36:8Two bright white points of light. As an experiment, I used a 3x barlow to increase the 6mm to 1000x. The result was a blurry, but wider pair of Airy discs. WDS data: 7.01 - 7.44mv, A2IV, 359 pa, 0.8", 2010. WDS true of date: 7.01 - 7.44mv, A2IV, 359.86 pa, 0.84", 2012.
STF 2509D19h 16m 53.09s63 12' 27" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 11 20:43:59A nice, close pair of F stars. WDS data: 7.44 - 8.17mv, F6V, 328 pa, 1.8", 2010.
SCJ 22D19h 28m 12.25s-12 8' 40.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 11 21:8:12A close pair of yellow stars. WDS data: 8.12 - 8.69mv, G8V, 280 pa, 1.0", 2010. WDS true of date: 8.12 - 8.69mv, G8V, 277.69 pa, 0.91", 2012.
STT 435D21h 21m 23.69s2 53' 14.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 11 21:16:48A close pair. WDS data: 8.31 - 8.20mv, K0, 238 pa, 0.7", 2005.
Pal 7N17h 43m 42.2s26 13' 21" C-11LBRP2012 10 12 20:20:21An extremely faint brightening of the sky. It would never have been found without the Night Assistant finder chart.
NGC 7585N23h 18m 0s-4 39' 0" C-11LBRP2012 10 12 20:45:23A roundish blob with a bright center. Best in the 12.5. N 7576, at 13mv, was not visible in the Damascus dome of light to the south of LBRP.
NGC 7625N23h 20m 30s17 14' 0" C-11LBRP2012 10 12 21:5:10A nice compact round smudge, brighter towards the middle.
NGC 7771N23h 51m 24s20 7' 0" C-11LBRP2012 10 12 21:28:37One of a pair of smudges, with N 7769. 13.8mv NGC 7770 was not visible.
NGC 16N0h 9m 6s27 44' 0" C-11LBRP2012 10 12 21:38:50A hazy envelope surrounding a bright middle.
NGC 194N0h 39m 18s3 2' 0" C-11LBRP2012 10 12 21:53:7A very faint smudge.
NGC 777N2h 0m 12s31 26' 0" C-11LBRP2012 10 12 22:28:14A very faint smudge.
NGC 753N1h 57m 42s35 55' 0" C-11LBRP2012 10 12 22:32:55A very faint, small smudge.
STF 565ABD4h 38m 7.15s42 7' 2.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 16 4:16:48A difficult pair in tonight's imperfect seeing. WDS data: 7.68 - 9.13mv, K0, 167 pa, 1.3", 2006.
STF 577D4h 42m 13.48s37 30' 54.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 16 4:31:40An elongated, wiggling blob in tonight's poor seeing. WDS data: 8.38 - 8.45mv, F8, 346 pa, 0.7", 2009. WDS true of date: 8.38 - 8.45mv, F8, 346.37 pa, 0.7", 2012.
NGC 1624N4h 40m 24s50 27' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 16 4:37:52A 12mv star with around 4 13... mv stars close to it. There is a slight glow around the stars.
J 323ABD5h 9m 59.17s10 53' 33.2" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 16 4:49:54A difficult pair, as the secondary appears to be 12mv, not the listed 9.81mv. Otherwise 2011. WDS data: 8.27 - 9.81mv, G5, 165 pa, 3.5", 2011.
A 51D5h 12m 27.21s-3 2' 14.2" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 16 5:2:42A difficult split in tonight's mediocre seeing. WDS data: 9.24 - 9.24mv, B9V, 104 pa, 1.4", 2009.
STF 739AB CD5h 43m 34.75s66 32' 40" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 16 5:12:1An elongated blob in tonight's unsteady air. WDS data: 8.84 - 9.94mv, A2, 250 pa, 2.2", 2001.
R LepV4h 59m 36.34s-14 48' 16.34" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 16 5:20:11SAO 150044 mv: 7.5 SAO 150029 mv: 5.9. A pale shadow of it's usual firey red, It is a bright 5.8mv.
STF 2584D19h 48m 22.4s22 11' 56.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 17 19:29:15A lovely, if faint pair of white stars 2009. WDS data: 9.14 - 9.20mv, F5, 294 pa, 1.9", 2009.
A 726D20h 22m 28.31s46 13' 4.5" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 17 19:39:25A tiny, elongated blob in the 6mm. WDS data: 9.25 - 9.77mv, F8, 276 pa, 0.5", 2010.
A 290D20h 24m 55.16s34 3' 39.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 17 19:52:4A tiny, elongated blob 2009. WDS data: 9.13 - 8.68mv, A2, 310 pa, 0.5", 2009.
HJ 1510ABD20h 22m 16.66s47 47' 39.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 17 20:2:49A lovely, if faint pair in an beautiful field. SJ 1511 is just south and east, and another, unmarked pair of faint stars is further east. U Cyg is 35' west. WDS data: 9.50 - 9.84mv, F5, 149 pa, 4.6", 2008.
U CygV20h 19m 36.35s47 53' 37.84" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 17 20:7:45 C1: SAO 49477 mv: 6.1 A lovely red orange tonight, 6.0mv.
HO 130D20h 26m 12.6s37 11' 35.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 17 20:13:43A nice, if a bit faint, pair. WDS data: 9.22 - 9.66mv, A0V, 287 pa, 1.9", 2008.
BU 62ABD20h 28m 0.64s30 8' 2.6" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 17 20:22:16A difficult pair, seems closer than it's advertised 1.2". The WDS's pa seems correct, though, 2005. WDS data: 8.70 - 9.79mv, A0, 134 pa, 1.2", 2005.
HJ 1526A BCD20h 30m 40.67s35 20' 53" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 17 20:28:31An OK pair 2008. WDS data: 9.00 - 9.26mv, A2, 149 pa, 8.8", 2008.
J 792D20h 35m 31.78s34 32' 0.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 17 20:42:18A very faint pair, the stars are more like 11.5mv, not 9.5mv. Otherwise 2008. WDS data: 9.5 - 9.7mv, U, 321 pa, 3.4", 2008.
BRT 2274D20h 44m 59.81s47 17' 35.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 17 20:55:47A very faint pair, more like 12.5mv than 9.5mv, as reported by the WDS. Otherwise 2003. WDS data: 9.4 - 9.8mv, U, 41 pa, 4.8", 2003.
NGC 7006N21h 1m 30s16 11' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 17 21:14:54A faint, but definite, smudge. Almost invisible in the 24mm, best in the 9mm.
NGC 1055N2h 41m 48s0 26' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 20 2:10:17The nucleus only was seen and that was eef. A very difficult object.
HJ 3491D2h 16m 9.34s-21 0' 29.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 20 2:38:45A faint pair, almost lost in the DC dome of light. WDS data: 9.43 - 9.97mv, G3V, 288 pa, 6.8", 2010.
STF 244D2h 17m 34s22 13' 50.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 20 2:45:35A nice, if faint pair. WDS data: 9.28 - 9.41mv, F5, 290 pa, 4.4", 2008.
STF 413D3h 35m 23.04s33 40' 33.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 20 2:53:42A nice, if faint pair 2009. WDS data: 9.29 - 9.30mv, F0, 125 pa, 2.4", 2009.
STF 375ABD3h 20m 21.22s23 41' 21.89" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 20 2:59:30A difficult pair. The secondary is 2.3mv fainter than the primary, whose light swamps the area near it, making the secondary difficult to see. WDS data: 7.62 - 9.90mv, A7IV, 318 pa, 2.6", 2005.
S CamV5h 41m 2.27s68 48' 5.38" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 20 3:18:7SAO 13582 mv: 9.2 AC_2000 1977098 mv: 10.79. A pale red star of 9.0mv.
NGC 1961N5h 42m 6s69 23' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 20 3:25:24Field found, galaxy not visible, despite fairly clear skies.
MLB 58D4h 10m 32.84s55 45' 31.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 21 3:46:39This pair is barely visible, more like 12mv stars, not 10mv. Otherwise 2004. WDS data: 9.5 - 9.7mv, U, 353 pa, 4.2", 2004.
STF 567D4h 36m 42.57s19 29' 34.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 21 3:58:39I see 355° pa in unsteady seeing, WDS reports 343°, 2009. WDS data: 9.00 - 9.28mv, G0, 343 pa, 2.0", 2009.
J 402D4h 44m 12.59s2 53' 11.9" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 21 4:8:36A pair of 12mv stars, not 9.5mv, as reported by the WDS. Otherwise 2004. WDS data: 9.5 - 9.6mv, U, 205 pa, 4.8", 2004.
STF 553D4h 33m 15.92s51 2' 48.6" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 21 4:17:19A nice pair of white stars 2009. WDS data: 8.79 - 9.60mv, F8, 136 pa, 3.2", 2009.
STF 524D4h 23m 4.83s49 34' 13.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 21 4:36:44A nice pair. I see 50°, WDS sees 58°, 2003. WDS data: 9.01 - 9.83mv, A3, 58 pa, 6.9", 2003.
NGC 1068N2h 42m 42s-0 1' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 21 4:45:17A bright (8mv) nebulous star, best in the 9mm. No detail seen in the nebulosity.
STF 655ABD5h 12m 17.88s-11 52' 8.9" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 21 4:55:34The glare of the primary swamps the secondary, making this a difficult pair. WDS data: 4.47 - 9.92mv, B8V, 337 pa, 12.0", 1998.
RX LepV5h 11m 22.69s-11 50' 55" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 21 4:59:40SAO 150223 mv: 4.5 SAO 150194 mv: 7.0. A bright orange 5.5mv star.
SEI 136ABD5h 16m 18.14s34 18' 44" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 21 5:9:15Star found, companion not visible. WDS data: 6.03 - 9.1mv, O9.5III, 355 pa, 8.8", 1895; Dubious.
STF 236ABD2h 17m 20.24s52 28' 9.5" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 23 1:22:12A very difficult pair, slightly elongated in pa 250°. The night is a good one, I easily saw the 12.5mv stars at either side of it. A 13.5m star just north of the eastern 12.5 star was seen. WDS data: 9.40 - 10.00mv, A2, 249 pa, 1.4", 2001.
STF 234ABD2h 17m 23s61 21' 6.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 23 1:28:44Not split, the primary is too bright and the seeing unsteady. WDS data: 8.74 - 9.40mv, G2V, 224 pa, 0.7", 2007. WDS true of date: 8.74 - 9.40mv, G2V, 225.58 pa, 0.71", 2012.
BJN 1D1h 42m 48.87s43 48' 4.2" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 23 1:35:3As per the WDS, but these are not 9.5mv stars, they are 12.5mv or so! A difficult pair for a C-8.WDS data: 9.4 - 9.4mv, U, 31 pa, 7.8", 2010.
ES 158D1h 49m 16.93s40 58' 22" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 23 1:41:26Bright primary, faint secondary. For once, at least, Espin's magnitude estimates agree with my own. WDS data: 8.63 - 9.9mv, F8, 48 pa, 7.3", 2001.
BJN 4D1h 55m 19.57s46 47' 4.29" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 23 1:51:39A very faint pair, not 9.5mv. More like 12.5mv. Otherwise 2011. WDS data: 9.2 - 9.2mv, U, 169 pa, 7.3", 2011.
STF 213ABD2h 9m 8.84s51 4' 24.09" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 23 1:58:56A fairly difficult pair, for a 1.8" star. WDS data: 9.06 - 9.50mv, B9, 324 pa, 1.8", 2009.
ES 230D2h 14m 22.31s38 9' 49.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 23 2:5:14Another difficult pair, as the stars are 11mv, not 9.5mv. WDS data: 9.3 - 9.9mv, U, 301 pa, 2.7", 2008.
ARG 53ABD2h 25m 10.54s52 23' 16.79" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 23 2:10:36An OK pair 2003. WDS data: 9.42 - 9.98mv, K0, 246 pa, 16.8", 2003.
HLD 7D2h 25m 25.96s58 12' 9.29" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 23 2:15:57A very difficult pair, as the 8mv primary hides the 10mv secondary. WDS data: 7.98 - 9.86mv, A3V, 182 pa, 1.8", 2000.
HU 537D2h 26m 4.9s49 13' 40.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 23 2:20:56A close, faint pair 2010. WDS data: 9.23 - 9.97mv, A5, 21 pa, 2.0", 2010.
HJ 2136D2h 29m 14.34s53 51' 21" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 23 2:26:28A nice, if faint pair 2009. WDS data: 8.91 - 9.58mv, G0, 36 pa, 4.9", 2009.
A 968D2h 31m 15.9s47 2' 32.09" C-8Little Tycho2012 10 23 2:30:23A close, faint pair 2009. WDS data: 9.00 - 9.46mv, G0, 26 pa, 1.7", 2009.
STF 769ABD5h 45m 28.68s53 19' 37.9" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 9 3:36:55A nice, unequal pair, althought the 10mv companion is a bit faint. It appears no brighter than the 11.7mv stars around it, due to the glare of the primary. WDS data: 8.19 - 10.00mv, A2, 175 pa, 3.5", 1998.
TDS 197D5h 48m 58.8s63 41' 49.2" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 9 3:43:55A nice pair of faint stars 1999. WDS data: 9.43 - 9.62mv, U, 238 pa, 4.6", 1999.
NGC 2432N7h 40m 54s-19 5' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 9 4:11:40Can't find the field! Too many faint, look alike stars.
ALI 834D7h 26m 9.08s37 49' 23.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 9 4:26:25Star found, but it's not a pair. No companion seen. WDS data: 8.2 - 9.3mv, K0, 47 pa, 7.0", 1930.
NGC 7723N23h 38m 54s-12 58' 0" C-11LBRP2012 11 9 20:16:12A faint smudge, awash in the Damascus dome of light.
NGC 7678N23h 28m 30s22 25' 0" C-11LBRP2012 11 9 20:24:53A faint smudge with little detail, slight brighter in the middle. In the center of a triangle of 12mv stars.
NGC 7741N23h 43m 54s26 5' 0" C-11LBRP2012 11 9 20:32:38A small, quite faint smudge, just south of a 10mv star. It appears smaller than its 4' in the RNGC.
NGC 7769N23h 51m 6s20 9' 0" C-11LBRP2012 11 9 20:41:15A faint patch with a brighter middle.
NGC 7817N0h 4m 0s20 45' 0" C-11LBRP2012 11 9 20:48:44A faint, edge on spiral.
NGC 80N0h 21m 12s22 21' 0" C-11LBRP2012 11 9 21:1:49A small, faint smudge. The 14.5mv stars nearby were barely glimpsed.
NGC 83N0h 21m 24s22 26' 0" C-11LBRP2012 11 9 21:4:17A very faint smudge, just off a triangle of 11.5mv stars.
NGC 206N0h 40m 36s40 44' 0" C-11LBRP2012 11 9 21:22:4A large, but low contrast brightening of the disk of M 31.
Van Maanen's starN0h 49m 9.9s5 23' 19" C-11LBRP2012 11 9 21:35:10Just a 12.5mv star. A 14mv star was seen close by.
NGC 507N1h 23m 42s33 15' 0" C-11LBRP2012 11 9 22:13:28A small galaxy with a faint disk and a bright nucleus.
NGC 508N1h 23m 42s33 17' 0" C-11LBRP2012 11 9 22:15:13A barely visible companion to NGC 507.
NGC 736N1h 56m 42s33 3' 0" C-11LBRP2012 11 9 22:21:48This galaxy looks like a fuzzy 13mv star. E?
NGC 736N1h 56m 42s33 3' 0" C-11LBRP2012 11 9 22:32:3The brighter member of a pair of galaxies.
NGC 1140N2h 54m 36s-10 2' 0" C-11LBRP2012 11 9 22:43:32A faint, small smudge. I saw it as slightly elongated.
STF 1008D7h 1m 36.11s26 34' 25.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 11 3:59:7A dull pair 2009. WDS data: 8.70 - 9.96mv, B9, 269 pa, 2.4", 2009.
STT 171D7h 26m 39.61s31 37' 11.9" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 11 4:21:0Star found, companion not visible. WDS data: 7.39 - 9.19mv, G5, 137 pa, 1.1", 1991.
STF 1070ABD7h 21m 21.87s34 1' 36.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 11 4:32:17A nice, close pair. WDS data: 8.65 - 9.30mv, A0, 324 pa, 1.7", 2006.
A 2046D7h 29m 26.1s47 17' 24.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 11 4:44:43Star found, but not split. WDS data: 8.27 - 9.84mv, G5, 247 pa, 1.4", 2006.
NGC 2419N7h 38m 6s38 53' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 11 4:52:13The slightest brightening of the night sky in the 12.5.
STF 1118ACD7h 37m 25.89s38 52' 5.5" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 11 4:54:25A dull pair, but one of the "pointers" for NGC 2419. WDS data: 7.99 - 10.69mv, A0, 18 pa, 23.7", 2007.
COU 1333D21h 9m 18.6s31 30' 38.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 16 18:42:30Ever so slightly elongated in the direction suggested by the WDS. 2007. Need I say this was a difficult pair? WDS data: 9.30 - 9.48mv, G0, 255 pa, 0.6", 2007.
A 619D21h 26m 48.91s42 27' 56.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 16 18:52:49A rather difficult pair 2007. More an elongation than a split. WDS data: 9.30 - 9.83mv, A, 60 pa, 0.7", 2009.
HO 160D21h 28m 1.33s43 4' 43.29" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 16 19:10:11A difficult pair, faint and close. As per the WDS 2007. WDS data: 9.02 - 9.89mv, F8, 183 pa, 2.0", 2007.
STF 2968D23h 0m 42.41s31 4' 58.69" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 16 19:16:8A lackluster pair with a faint secondary. WDS data: 6.69 - 9.48mv, B9pMn, 92 pa, 3.2", 2009.
ES 2076D23h 0m 56.79s37 13' 54.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 16 19:26:24Much fainter that Espin reported, (surprise, surprise!), and not split, either. WDS data: 9.5 - 9.5mv, U, 164 pa, 1.8", 2005.
STF 2979D23h 7m 47.88s39 47' 46.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 16 19:47:16A dull pair 2009. WDS data: 7.92 - 9.99mv, F0IV, 229 pa, 2.8", 2009.
NGC 2685N8h 55m 36s58 44' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 17 5:27:18A faint, small smudge, barely visible in the 18 and 12.5, but not in the 24.
NGC 2805N9h 20m 18s64 6' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 17 5:39:54*Probably* seen. A very faint patch in the marked location, which moved with the telescope. The 12.5mm only would show it.
STF 1344D9h 23m 28.35s39 8' 5.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 17 5:49:42A faint, but lovely, pair. WDS data: 9.03 - 9.50mv, F2, 102 pa, 3.7", 2004.
STF 1376ABD9h 45m 1.1s43 13' 39.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 17 5:56:51A lovely pair. WDS data: 9.07 - 9.05mv, F5V, 310 pa, 5.4", 2008.
HU 630D9h 47m 36.09s50 57' 17.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 17 6:1:47A close pair 2011. WDS data: 9.43 - 9.58mv, G5, 74 pa, 2.1", 2011.
STF 2757D21h 4m 34.72s52 23' 59.2" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 21 18:23:55An unremarkable pair 2008. WDS data: 7.82 - 9.24mv, B9.5V, 263 pa, 1.9", 2008.
AG 283D22h 32m 17.69s55 11' 58.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 21 18:30:46A nice, if a bit faint, pair. WDS data: 8.94 - 9.46mv, F8, 332 pa, 2.6", 2006.
STF 2766D21h 7m 0.37s58 59' 44.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 21 18:36:19A very nice pair, WDS data: 8.79 - 9.11mv, F5F5, 248 pa, 4.5", 2011.
STF 2810D21h 34m 34.87s59 6' 23.79" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 21 18:41:13A nice, wide pair, WDS data: 8.43 - 9.04mv, F8, 290 pa, 17.0", 2002.
STF 2923ABD22h 33m 16.76s70 22' 25.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 21 18:47:25A very nice, unequal, pair WDS data: 6.32 - 9.24mv, A0V, 47 pa, 9.7", 2007.
AG 424D22h 48m 27.75s54 9' 12.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 21 19:15:1An OK pair, WDS data: 8.92 - 9.40mv, G0, 135 pa, 2.2", 2009.
STF 3015D23h 28m 2.58s33 33' 32.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 21 19:28:56A nice, but faint pair, swept up while searching for AG 292. WDS data: 9.53 - 9.77mv, A5, 190 pa, 2.9", 2009.
AG 292D23h 25m 38.68s33 26' 16.89" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 21 19:33:11Not an easy pair, despite the wide separation, as the secondary is quite faint. WDS data: 8.9 - 9.3mv, O, 233 pa, 3.7", 2009.
STF 19D0h 16m 43.01s36 37' 47.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 21 19:51:11Bright primary, faint secondary. Pa increasing. I see 150° pa, WDS: 141, 2009. WDS data: 7.12 - 9.48mv, A2V, 141 pa, 2.4", 2009.
KR 4D0h 19m 14.29s59 42' 17.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 21 20:15:5Interesting pair, the primary is V337 Cas. WDS data: 8.16 - 9.37mv, F0, 179 pa, 2.2", 2007.
IC_10N0h 20m 24s59 18' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 21 20:20:4The star at the center of this galaxy is quite faint, and a bit fuzzy. I suspect this it its nucleus. WDS data: 1.99 - 14.0mv, U, 252 pa, 76.6", 1998.
STF 3133D20h 57m 39.77s61 21' 36.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 21 20:29:35A very nice pair, WDS data: 8.08 - 9.34mv, G5, 100 pa, 3.2", 2010.
COU 2075D7h 55m 36.25s36 30' 7.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 22 4:4:18A close pair, only splittable in good seeing. WDS data: 8.57 - 9.00mv, G0, 140 pa, 0.8", 2007.
A 1584D8h 53m 8.04s54 57' 11" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 22 4:17:25A difficult pair true of date. WDS data: 8.99 - 7.72mv, G0, 83 pa, 0.6", 2009. WDS true of date: 8.99 - 7.72mv, G0, 89.53 pa, 0.66", 2012.
STF 3120ABD8h 56m 7.2s43 40' 39.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 22 4:23:24A close pair. I see 5°, WDS: 0°, 2004. WDS data: 8.40 - 8.96mv, G0, 360 pa, 1.3", 2004.
KUI 37ABD9h 0m 38.42s41 46' 57.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 22 4:30:2As the diffraction patterns dance in the 6mm, I see a slight preference for 160°. Hardly qualifies as a "split", however. WDS data: 4.18 - 6.48mv, F3VK0V, 273 pa, 0.5", 2010. WDS true of date: 4.18 - 6.48mv, F3VK0V, 138.65 pa, 0.39", 2012.
STF 1338ABD9h 20m 59.4s38 11' 17.9" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 22 4:50:55A close pair, but easily split in tonight's good seeing. I see 315° pa, WDS: 293°, true of date. WDS data: 6.72 - 7.08mv, F2VF4V, 302 pa, 1.1", 2010. WDS true of date: 6.72 - 7.08mv, F2VF4V, 294.58 pa, 1.01", 2012.
A 2142D10h 5m 43.54s41 2' 42.69" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 22 5:2:43A close pair, WDS data: 7.97 - 8.83mv, F0, 295 pa, 1.0", 2007.
STF 1331ABD9h 20m 46.01s61 20' 58.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 22 5:13:46A close pair, WDS data: 8.54 - 8.74mv, A8IV, 153 pa, 0.9", 2007.
A 800D0h 2m 51.42s47 15' 7.89" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 22 20:51:32A nice, close pair. I see 105°, WDS: 295°, 2009. WDS data: 8.94 - 9.10mv, A0, 295 pa, 1.6", 2009.
A 203D0h 4m 50.79s43 58' 15" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 22 20:58:3A nice, close pair. WDS data: 8.68 - 9.35mv, G0, 348 pa, 1.9", 2009.
SU AndV0h 4m 36.39s43 33' 5" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 22 21:3:13UCAC4 157068720 APASS mv: 9.343 UCAC4 157017616 APASS mv: 9.62 A red orange star of 9.3mv
STT 1D0h 11m 50.43s66 7' 34.79" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 22 21:16:26Star found, but not split. WDS data: 7.45 - 9.47mv, A0, 212 pa, 1.6", 2006.
ES 42D0h 22m 51.76s54 19' 44" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 22 21:21:24Bright primary, faint secondary. In the middle of a lovely "w" asterism of stars. WDS data: 8.35 - 9.4mv, A5, 205 pa, 7.3", 2000.
ES 2D0h 31m 8.78s56 47' 40.5" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 22 21:29:22An OK pair, WDS data: 8.97 - 9.5mv, F0, 113 pa, 5.9", 2011.
ES 3D0h 34m 59.14s56 36' 6.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 22 21:35:27Bright primary, faint secondary. The secondary seems dimmer than its marked 9.5mv. WDS data: 8.65 - 9.5mv, F8, 158 pa, 8.2", 2011.
STF 2918D22h 31m 15.02s50 52' 20.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 25 19:23:34A difficult pair WDS data: 7.99 - 9.43mv, A1V, 237 pa, 1.6", 2010.
BU 366ABD20h 48m 34.13s50 29' 27.89" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 25 19:35:19A close pair, I see 135°, WDS: 130°. 2010. WDS data: 8.70 - 8.93mv, A0, 130 pa, 1.5", 2010.
ES 149ABD23h 39m 56.79s64 18' 48.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 25 19:41:54A nice, if a bit faint pair. WDS data: 8.95 - 9.47mv, F8, 121 pa, 5.6", 2005.
ES 549D23h 44m 56.63s48 30' 38" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 25 19:49:1An OK pair, WDS data: 8.84 - 9.3mv, U, 238 pa, 16.9", 2011.
ES 2735D23h 55m 18.44s51 43' 33" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 25 19:53:20A dull pair, 2011. WDS data: 8.93 - 9.5mv, A0, 99 pa, 12.6", 2011.
STF 3056ABD0h 4m 40.09s34 15' 54.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 25 20:2:47A close pair, WDS data: 7.72 - 8.08mv, G8III, 144 pa, 0.7", 2009.
STF 2D0h 9m 20.18s79 42' 52.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 25 20:13:54A close pair of 6.5mv stars, WDS true of date. WDS data: 6.68 - 6.89mv, A4IV, 18 pa, 0.8", 2007. WDS true of date: 6.68 - 6.89mv, A4IV, 16.38 pa, 0.86", 2012.
STF 13D0h 16m 14.01s76 57' 3" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 25 20:20:8A close pair true of date. WDS data: 7.03 - 7.12mv, B8Vnn, 51 pa, 0.9", 2006. WDS true of date: 7.03 - 7.12mv, B8Vnn, 48.9 pa, 0.9", 2012.
STT 6ABD0h 21m 22.17s67 0' 19.5" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 25 20:26:33With STF 26, a triple star. STT 6 is the primary, and a rather difficult pair 2009. WDS data: 7.54 - 8.77mv, B8.5V, 156 pa, 0.7", 2009. WDS true of date: 7.54 - 8.77mv, B8.5V, 152.97 pa, 0.63", 2012.
STF 26AB CD0h 21m 22.17s67 0' 19" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 25 20:29:18With STT 6, a triple, WDS data: 7.54 - 9.92mv, U, 114 pa, 13.5", 2002.
BU 394ABD0h 30m 45.55s47 31' 47.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 25 20:34:1A close pair true of date. WDS data: 8.49 - 8.77mv, G0, 275 pa, 0.5", 2007. WDS true of date: 8.49 - 8.77mv, G0, 275.52 pa, 0.62", 2012.
BU 1097D0h 37m 16.28s58 0' 58.2" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 25 20:51:10A very close pair, elongated only. As per the WDS, true of date. WDS data: 8.83 - 7.70mv, B9III, 73 pa, 0.5", 2007.
MLR 16ABD21h 44m 53.27s62 27' 38.09" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 26 18:14:56The 9.5mv companion star was not visible, and a 12.9mv UCAC4 star was, but it was not the companion, being 5' from the primary. WDS data: 6.0 - 9.5mv, O9IIe, 33 pa, 17.8", 2004.
STF 70ABD0h 53m 47.52s52 41' 21.6" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 26 18:25:20An OK pair. I see 259° pa, WDS: 247, 2011. WDS data: 6.33 - 9.49mv, A0, 247 pa, 8.4", 2011.
ES 1710D0h 59m 15.88s59 42' 58.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 26 18:33:52The secondary seems much fainter than 9.1. I estimate 11.0. I see 320° pa, WDS: 334°, 2001. WDS data: 8.59 - 9.1mv, K0III, 334 pa, 6.5", 2001.
STF 2967D22h 58m 58.49s27 44' 45.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 26 18:49:29A nice pair, WDS data: 8.61 - 9.84mv, F5, 5 pa, 6.7", 2008.
STF 2952ACD22h 54m 11.4s28 0' 59.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 26 18:53:16An OK pair, WDS data: 7.74 - 10.43mv, F8V, 244 pa, 165.9", 2007.
STF 2969D23h 1m 5.89s26 46' 52.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 26 18:59:32A lovely pair, WDS data: 8.42 - 9.70mv, A5, 37 pa, 3.9", 2009.
STF 2984ABD23h 7m 22.27s70 39' 39.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 26 19:8:16An OK pair, WDS data: 7.63 - 9.82mv, G8III, 294 pa, 4.3", 2010.
STT 490ABD23h 10m 9.51s57 26' 54.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 26 19:20:1A close, difficult, pair. WDS data: 7.22 - 9.15mv, G3III-IV, 297 pa, 1.2", 2006.
A 1487D23h 29m 12.09s40 42' 9.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 26 19:26:43A close pair, difficult in tonight's deteriorating seeing. WDS data: 8.96 - 9.50mv, F8, 159 pa, 1.1", 2009.
STF 2693D20h 28m 24.21s54 30' 5.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 28 19:58:46An OK, wide pair. I see 7° pa, WDS: 13.8. WDS data: 8.17 - 9.23mv, A0, 12 pa, 13.8", 2009.
STF 2717ABD20h 37m 48.11s60 45' 21.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 28 20:5:27A close, OK pair, WDS data: 7.34 - 9.46mv, G3III, 259 pa, 2.0", 2002.
STF 112ABD1h 20m 44.25s46 20' 18.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 28 20:14:17A wide, dull pair. WDS data: 8.88 - 9.44mv, G0, 337 pa, 19.2", 2011.
ES 4D1h 31m 5.01s43 37' 14.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 28 20:18:10An OK, close pair, WDS data: 8.13 - 9.12mv, F2, 101 pa, 2.8", 2009.
STF 158ABD1h 46m 44.07s33 9' 45.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 28 20:30:57A nice, close pair. WDS data: 8.96 - 9.40mv, F8, 271 pa, 2.1", 2010.
STF 221ABD2h 9m 42.76s20 20' 53.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 28 20:43:20An OK pair, WDS data: 8.13 - 9.45mv, A8IV, 146 pa, 8.4", 2007.
STF 283ABD2h 40m 31.91s61 29' 2.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 28 20:51:28A nice pair, WDS data: 8.38 - 9.03mv, G8III+, 209 pa, 1.8", 2007.
STF 2616D20h 2m 46.03s14 34' 57.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 29 19:34:44Bright primary, faint secondary. I see 275° pa, WDS data: 6.85 - 9.64mv, K0, 267 pa, 3.5", 2009.
STF 3041D23h 47m 51.52s17 4' 23" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 29 19:44:6A lovely triple, with the third star about 1' south of the close, A-B pair. WDS data: 9.05 - 9.18mv, G, 356 pa, 3.4", 2010.
STT 509D23h 50m 30.87s43 25' 9.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 29 19:54:10An OK pair, WDS data: 8.08 - 9.90mv, A0II-III, 105 pa, 5.2", 2011.
STF 3047ABD23h 57m 53.23s57 23' 19" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 29 20:4:15A close pair, WDS data: 9.00 - 9.20mv, B9, 71 pa, 1.1", 2007.
NGC 7789N23h 57m 0s56 44' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 29 20:6:28Even in bright, moonlit, urban skies, a superb cluster.
BU 1154D23h 59m 10.63s74 48' 26.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 29 20:23:34A close pair, I see 322° pa, WDS data: 8.54 - 8.70mv, Am, 331 pa, 1.2", 2005.
HLD 60D0h 1m 23.66s39 36' 38.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 29 20:35:14A close pair, invisible in the 24 or 18, best in the 6. WDS true of date. WDS data: 9.09 - 9.77mv, K0VK1V, 169 pa, 1.3", 2009. WDS true of date: 9.09 - 9.77mv, K0VK1V, 168.74 pa, 1.28", 2012.
STF 87D1h 5m 29.9s15 23' 24.2" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 29 20:44:25A nice pair. I see 220° pa, WDS data: 9.24 - 9.93mv, K0, 203 pa, 6.1", 2007.
BU 398D1h 11m 52.39s47 47' 54.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 29 20:52:44A close pair, WDS data: 9.31 - 9.38mv, A2, 44 pa, 1.7", 2008.
BU 236D1h 12m 4.84s47 0' 3.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 29 20:58:34A very nice pair, WDS data: 9.10 - 9.20mv, A0, 114 pa, 5.3", 2008.
STF 104D1h 16m 57.08s38 27' 38.69" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 29 21:3:9A wide pair, WDS data: 8.03 - 9.83mv, G5, 322 pa, 13.3", 2010.
STF 108D1h 18m 47s37 23' 10.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 29 21:7:12Despite the disparity in brightness, the pair was not difficult, with a 6" separation. WDS data: 6.52 - 9.57mv, A5m, 64 pa, 6.4", 2007.
AC 14D1h 28m 19.27s42 46' 56" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 29 21:15:42A close, but well split pair in tonight's good seeing. WDS data: 8.29 - 8.88mv, G7III, 91 pa, 0.8", 2010.
HU 531ABD1h 40m 52.27s49 52' 29.9" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 29 21:21:11A triple star. The 6" pair was easily split, WDS data: 9.5 - 10.0mv, K1V, 358 pa, 0.5", 2007. The primary, at 0.3", was not split. WDS true of date: 9.5 - 10.0mv, K1V, 347.8 pa, 0.38", 2012.
BU 1313D1h 50m 11.71s27 1' 58.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 11 29 21:28:13Elongated, but not split. The southernmost star of a superb half circle of stars, identified as Collinder 21. While not a true cluster (Villanova et al, A&A, 2008), it is a striking starscape. WDS data: 8.57 - 9.44mv, F5, 154 pa, 0.5", 2010.
BRD 4D19h 4m 15.18s32 45' 16.79" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 5 18:31:18A close pair, if a bit faint. WDS data: 9.25 - 9.64mv, A5, 310 pa, 2.5", 2009.
STF 3018AB CD23h 30m 26.29s30 49' 54" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 5 18:40:7An unequal pair, lackluster. WDS data: 7.43 - 9.75mv, U, 203 pa, 18.8", 2002.
WNC 6ABD23h 32m 32.97s31 26' 50.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 5 18:51:2A difficult pair in tonight's unsteady, clear skies. WDS data: 8.30 - 9.91mv, F8, 155 pa, 1.7", 2001.
OL 84D23h 32m 18.44s51 10' 38.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 5 18:56:50Field found, but no star. No A2000, UCAC4, or other catalog lists this either. WDS data: 9.5 - 9.6mv, U, 147 pa, 1.8", 2000.
STF 3026D23h 36m 18.52s28 53' 55.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 5 19:14:42A nice, if a bit faint, close pair. WDS data: 9.42 - 9.94mv, F2, 274 pa, 3.2", 2009.
STF 3034D23h 44m 32.13s46 22' 48.6" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 5 19:22:21A nice unequal pair in a very nice field. WDS data: 7.68 - 9.86mv, B8V, 104 pa, 5.4", 2011.
A 799D23h 57m 33.13s48 4' 15.4" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 5 19:28:58A nice pair, if faint. I see 190° pa, WDS data: 9.15 - 9.32mv, A5, 11 pa, 2.0", 2007.
A 1499D0h 2m 35.43s55 34' 20.29" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 5 19:46:2Star found, but not split. WDS data: 8.41 - 9.97mv, K0, 206 pa, 1.5", 1995.
WEI 1D0h 17m 25.84s35 50' 22.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 5 19:57:49A very nice, if faint pair. WDS data: 9.40 - 9.41mv, G0, 287 pa, 5.3", 2009.
J 870D0h 28m 34.36s34 49' 30.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 5 20:5:54An eef pair, 11.5mv, not 9.5mv. Does not have an IR mag in the WDS. WDS data: 9.2 - 9.4mv, U, 210 pa, 3.5", 2008.
NGC 281N0h 52m 48s56 37' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 5 20:17:26A grouping of around 10 stars, with the exquisite triple BU 1 at its center. A beautiful field. The nebula that is burned out in the DSS survey plates is quite invisible from my urban backyard.
HLD 3D0h 45m 11.93s53 32' 54.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 5 20:32:50Field not found. WDS data: 9.23 - 9.55mv, A2, 52 pa, 3.0", 2009.
NGC 175N0h 37m 24s-19 56' 0" C-11LBRP2012 12 13 19:25:58An very faint smudge, barely visible in the 19mm.
NGC 255N0h 47m 48s-11 28' 0" C-11LBRP2012 12 13 19:37:17A large, very faint smudge. Face on Sc? Sb: Burnham.
NGC 493N1h 22m 12s0 57' 0" C-11LBRP2012 12 13 20:8:59Field found, galaxy not visible. DeepSkyPedia: A 22.5mv/sq arc second galaxy. Very low surface brightness.
NGC 541N1h 25m 42s-1 23' 0" C-11LBRP2012 12 13 20:28:16A faint smudge.
NGC 547N1h 26m 0s-1 21' 0" C-11LBRP2012 12 13 20:37:49A small, faint glow. Round.
Trumpler 1N1h 35m 38.5s61 17' 15.69" O-18LBRP2012 12 13 20:37:49A small cluster with 4 10mv stars in an almost straight line through its center.
NGC 564N1h 27m 48s-1 53' 0" C-11LBRP2012 12 13 20:47:28An very faint smudge.
NGC 560N1h 27m 24s-1 55' 0" C-11LBRP2012 12 13 20:47:46An very faint smudge, smaller than NGC 564.
NGC 561N1h 28m 12s34 19' 0" C-11LBRP2012 12 13 20:57:3This, and 750, look like an elongated blob.
NGC 750N1h 57m 30s33 13' 0" C-11LBRP2012 12 13 20:57:3This, and 751, look like an elongated blob.
NGC 736N1h 56m 42s33 3' 0" C-11LBRP2012 12 13 21:2:17A faint smudge, brighter at the center.
NGC 947N2h 28m 30s-19 4' 0" C-11LBRP2012 12 13 21:32:4An very faint galaxy. Invisible in the 41, barely visible in the 12.5. HNGC: 12.9mv, 2x1'.
NGC 609N1h 37m 12s64 33' 0" C-11LBRP2012 12 13 21:42:41A meer faint pair in the C-11, and a very faint sprinkle of stars in the O-18.
Pal 1N3h 33m 20.04s79 34' 51.8" O-18LBRP2012 12 13 21:46:4An very faint sprinkling of stars, seen at 310x with averted vision.
A 1482D23h 16m 13.65s54 24' 22" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 14 18:28:51A close pair, best in the 9mm. WDS data: 9.30 - 9.48mv, G5, 87 pa, 1.3", 2010.
A 789D23h 24m 21.54s69 17' 11.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 14 18:49:4A close, difficult pair. WDS data: 9.10 - 9.48mv, A2, 83 pa, 1.9", 2008.
STT 507ABD23h 48m 39.02s64 52' 35.29" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 14 19:15:55A very difficult pair. WDS data: 6.76 - 7.76mv, A0p, 316 pa, 0.8", 2010.
BU 865ABD0h 45m 28.35s43 24' 3.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 14 19:26:14A close pair. I see 185° pa. WDS data: 8.69 - 9.17mv, A5, 193 pa, 1.2", 2009.
BU 781D0h 51m 36.18s68 59' 14" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 14 19:49:48A difficult pair, in tonight's Pickering 3 seeing. WDS data: 8.41 - 9.33mv, A2, 23 pa, 1.1", 2009.
DA 8D1h 20m 8.22s43 57' 9.39" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 14 19:54:26An unequal pair, I see 130° pa. WDS data: 8.51 - 9.93mv, G5, 142 pa, 2.4", 2011.
STF 114D1h 24m 8.14s72 50' 49.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 14 20:7:46The primary swamps the secondary. A very difficult pair. WDS data: 7.23 - 9.74mv, A0, 355 pa, 3.7", 2001.
STF 117D1h 25m 59.15s68 7' 36" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 14 20:41:58An interesting triple, with 36 Cas. Best in the 6mm. WDS data: 9.18 - 10.0mv, U, 250 pa, 2.3", 2009.
STF 228D2h 14m 2.43s47 29' 3.29" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 14 20:49:9A close pair, not helped by tonight's deteorating seeing. Pickering 3. I see 310° pa. WDS data: 6.56 - 7.21mv, F2VF7V, 297 pa, 0.8", 2010. WDS true of date: 6.56 - 7.21mv, F2VF7V, 295.73 pa, 0.77", 2012.
R LeoV9h 47m 33.6s11 25' 49.01" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 19 4:19:40C1: UCAC4 116766505 APASS OK mv: 9.468 C2: UCAC4 116696234 APASS OK mv: 9.88 A very red 9.1mv. Seeing terrible, Pickering 1.5.
NGC 2500N8h 1m 54s50 44' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 19 4:30:19An extremly faint smudge. Barely visible aganist the glow of the sky.
NGC 4245N12h 17m 36s29 36' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 19 4:38:32An extremely faint smudge, visible only when the telescope moved.
V HyaV10h 51m 37.24s-21 14' 59.74" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 19 5:1:54UCAC4 74994097 APASS mv: 9.465 UCAC4 75193118 APASS mv: 10.748. A dull red 9.5mv star. Seeing terrible, Pickering 3.
VY LeoV10h 56m 1.49s6 11' 7" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 19 5:11:17BS 59 Leo mv: 4.99 UCAC4 268939 APASS Poor coordinates mv: 8.842. A dull yellow M star, 6.5mv
STF 316D2h 52m 5.12s37 17' 45.69" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 22 21:7:38A wide pair, I see 130° pa. WDS data: 9.46 - 9.74mv, F8, 135 pa, 14.3", 2003.
STF 1172D8h 4m 36.97s54 44' 46" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 23 3:28:24The companion was not visible, although I could see 11.9mv stars close by. WDS data: 7.90 - 9.55mv, A0IV, 244 pa, 1.7", 1995.
STF 1296D8h 59m 16.73s34 56' 46.9" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 23 3:34:58A close, faint pair. WDS data: 9.05 - 9.95mv, G5, 76 pa, 1.8", 2005.
ES 428D9h 36m 31.36s28 20' 23.19" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 23 3:42:35An unequal pair. I see 213°. WDS data: 9.33 - 9.8mv, G, 203 pa, 13.2", 2006.
STF 1389D9h 52m 26.16s26 58' 53.79" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 23 3:47:26A lovely, close pair of almost equally bright stars. WDS data: 9.12 - 9.50mv, K0, 292 pa, 2.4", 2007.
Z LeoV9h 52m 8.39s26 54' 23" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 23 3:50:27UCAC4 201400 APASS Non UCAC4 star mv: 9.284 UCAC4 137430404 APASS mv: 9.725. A very pale red star, 9.1mv.
STF 1394D9h 57m 14.56s45 54' 10.09" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 23 3:55:25A nice, faint pair. WDS data: 8.89 - 9.75mv, G0, 250 pa, 4.4", 2010.
STF 1161D7h 59m 40.77s46 37' 12.2" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 23 4:3:15A nice, unequal pair. WDS data: 8.21 - 9.82mv, G0, 198 pa, 2.8", 2000.
STF 1174AB CD8h 4m 44.45s47 17' 23" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 23 4:7:26An exquisite pair, in tonight's dark sky. WDS data: 8.97 - 9.33mv, F5, 215 pa, 5.9", 2011.
STF 1188D8h 9m 23.94s30 20' 49.29" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 23 4:12:17A wide pair. WDS data: 8.71 - 9.34mv, G0, 201 pa, 16.5", 2008.
STF 1197D8h 12m 44.44s29 32' 30.9" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 23 4:17:56A close, faint pair, dancing in and out of resolution in tonight's unsteady air. WDS data: 9.01 - 9.67mv, A2, 100 pa, 1.8", 2008.
STF 1200D8h 15m 58.26s49 46' 19.5" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 23 4:22:1A faint, but nice pair. WDS data: 9.16 - 9.33mv, G0, 181 pa, 8.4", 2004.
BVD 161D8h 21m 20.73s34 18' 35" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 23 4:31:0The star was found, but the secondary was not visible. WDS data: 8.59 - 9.3mv, G6V, 40 pa, 4.6", 1998.
STF 1228D8h 27m 39.03s27 33' 42.49" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 23 4:36:13A lovely, wide pair. WDS data: 8.87 - 9.68mv, F2, 351 pa, 9.1", 2007.
STF 1259D8h 46m 35.58s38 29' 8.6" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 23 4:40:17A nice, faint pair. WDS data: 9.45 - 9.95mv, G0, 342 pa, 5.0", 2010.
STF 1294D8h 57m 17.08s32 53' 57" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 23 4:44:16A wide, dull pair. WDS data: 8.97 - 10.0mv, G5, 341 pa, 15.7", 2010.
A 1990D10h 23m 25.92s26 29' 38.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 23 4:50:30A nice, but very close, pair. WDS data: 9.48 - 9.60mv, F8, 291 pa, 1.5", 2010.
STT 237ABD11h 38m 57.22s41 8' 34.8" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 23 4:59:55A close, unequal pair. I see 255° pa. WDS data: 8.11 - 9.32mv, F7V, 244 pa, 1.9", 2011.
STF 1564D11h 39m 37.84s26 57' 23.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 23 5:3:57A lovely, unequal pair. WDS data: 8.81 - 9.33mv, A3V, 87 pa, 5.2", 2010.
STF 1570D11h 45m 32.15s45 36' 13.1" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 23 5:10:32A lackluster pair in an almost starless field. WDS data: 8.86 - 9.60mv, F0, 49 pa, 10.8", 2009.
HJ 842D11h 51m 43.14s44 47' 53.29" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 23 5:15:55A close, unequal pair. WDS data: 9.17 - 9.92mv, G0, 89 pa, 3.0", 2010.
STF 194D1h 59m 18.95s24 49' 44.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 30 19:46:28A close pair. WDS data: 7.62 - 9.46mv, A3, 278 pa, 1.3", 2006.
AG 25D1h 56m 10.01s36 2' 46.59" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 30 19:52:58A nice, if faint, pair. WDS data: 9.38 - 9.72mv, A5, 70 pa, 5.4", 2003.
A 1270D1h 55m 47.48s54 19' 46.29" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 30 20:5:19Star found, but not split or elongated. WDS data: 9.42 - 9.45mv, F0, 215 pa, 0.6", 1991.
HU 1033D1h 55m 43.05s36 20' 10.09" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 30 20:14:2A close, faint pair. WDS data: 9.37 - 9.74mv, G0, 217 pa, 1.2", 2007.
HDS 259D1h 54m 31.77s59 53' 37.29" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 30 20:18:42A lovely, wide pair in a beautiful field. WDS data: 8.36 - 10.12mv, B9IV, 212 pa, 16.8", 2008.
A 953D1h 54m 38.82s59 55' 54" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 30 20:23:9A close pair, two overlapping Airy discs. WDS data: 9.07 - 9.17mv, F3Vp, 63 pa, 0.8", 2006.
A 949D1h 47m 52.54s44 40' 0.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 30 20:35:50A close, lackluster, unequal pair. WDS data: 9.3 - 9.3mv, U, 295 pa, 3.3", 2011.
COU 77D1h 6m 11.28s25 9' 35.7" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 30 20:49:41A very difficult split, only seen in the 9mm. WDS data: 9.5 - 9.9mv, U, 231 pa, 2.6", 2001.
STF 380D3h 21m 43.84s8 45' 23.5" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 30 20:57:11A very close pair, too fuzzy in the 6mm, sometimes split and sometimes single in the 9mm. WDS data: 9.02 - 9.81mv, G0, 10 pa, 1.0", 2008.
STF 381D3h 23m 19.32s20 58' 13.9" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 30 21:17:57A nice, but rather close pair. WDS data: 7.56 - 8.75mv, G5, 107 pa, 1.1", 2006.
STT 516D3h 49m 7.3s32 15' 51.29" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 30 21:25:20An unequal pair. I see 37° pa. WDS data: 7.60 - 9.63mv, B9, 45 pa, 2.2", 2001.
STF 439AB CD3h 44m 34.19s32 9' 46" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 30 21:32:49A wide pair in a very loose cluster. The cluster is identified as IC 348. The RNGC coordinates given for IC 348 are 10' north of the actual cluster. The primary is the pair BU 880AB. WDS data: 8.80 - 10.30mv, B5V, 39 pa, 23.7", 2003.
STF 437D3h 44m 9.14s32 7' 9.3" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 30 21:35:20The western most pair in a loose cluster. The cluster is identified as IC 348. The RNGC coordinates given for IC 348 are 10' north of the actual cluster. WDS data: 9.84 - 10.04mv, B9, 310 pa, 11.4", 2003.
IC_348N3h 44m 30s32 17' 0" C-8Little Tycho2012 12 30 21:35:20A loose cluster of doubles. I did not see the nebulosity associated with it. The RNGC coordinates given for IC 348 are 10' north of the actual cluster.
STF 191D2h 3m 10.44s73 51' 2.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 3 19:23:27A lackluster, unequal pair. WDS data: 6.20 - 9.10mv, A5III, 195 pa, 5.1", 2006.
GAL 60D2h 3m 11.69s-9 14' 7.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 3 19:42:1An eef secondary, barely visible in both the 12.5 and 9mm. Fainter than the indicated 9.3mv, and closer than 4". WDS data: 8.9 - 9.3mv, U, 130 pa, 4.6", 2011.
STF 218D2h 8m 42.44s-0 26' 12.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 3 19:49:37A nice pair. WDS data: 8.2 - 9.2mv, F1V, 248 pa, 4.9", 2009.
STF 226ABD2h 12m 15.4s23 57' 29.49" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 3 19:55:48A close, unequal pair. WDS data: 8.02 - 9.64mv, K1III-IV, 232 pa, 1.8", 2009.
A 1272D2h 17m 46.33s56 38' 29.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 3 20:4:43A very difficult pair in tonight's unsteady seeing. Just south of the double cluster, in a glorious field. WDS data: 8.60 - 9.90mv, B5Ib, 24 pa, 1.2", 2001.
STF 261D2h 24m 22.52s11 30' 6.3" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 3 20:17:14A nice, if faint, pair of equally bright stars. Pa decreasing. WDS data: 9.48 - 9.54mv, F0, 252 pa, 2.9", 2008.
STF 266D2h 24m 53.8s-2 6' 43.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 3 20:24:9A lovely pair, relatively fixed. WDS data: 9.10 - 9.25mv, F2, 267 pa, 7.7", 2003.
R LepV4h 59m 36.34s-14 48' 16.34" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 3 20:39:14UCAC4 251369 APASS Poor coordinates mv: 8.713 UCAC4 84639503 APASS mv: 9.338. Red, with a tinge of orange. Superb. 9.1mv.
STF 386D3h 28m 2.19s55 10' 29.19" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 3 20:58:44A nice, close, faint pair. WDS data: 9.46 - 9.60mv, A2, 59 pa, 2.6", 2011.
HLD 8D3h 30m 34.66s49 47' 21.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 3 21:4:35A close pair, not easy in tonight's clear, but unsteady air. I see 173° pa. WDS data: 9.42 - 9.79mv, F0, 177 pa, 2.3", 2009.
NGC 650N1h 42m 18s51 34' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 3 21:12:24A rather faint smudge, difficult in these urban skies.
NGC 410N1h 11m 0s33 9' 0" C-11LBRP2013 1 4 18:22:11A bright nucleus (for 13mv) surrounded by a faint halo. E3? Simbad: Classified as a giant elliptical, E D.
NGC 414N1h 11m 18s33 6' 0" C-11LBRP2013 1 4 18:23:29A very faint smudge. HNGC, WikiSky: A double system.
NGC 407N1h 10m 36s33 7' 0" C-11LBRP2013 1 4 18:28:25A faint smudge. 14mv, and unexpected for LBRP. It usually isn't this dark. Not in Burnham: HNGC: 13.6mv, edge on S0.
NGC 315N0h 57m 48s30 21' 0" C-11LBRP2013 1 4 18:37:39A bright, elongated nucleus, surrounded by a fainter, halo which extends a bit to the north. WikiSky: There are a pair of 15.5mv stars just NW of the galaxy. They are most likely the observed halo extension of this elliptical galaxy.
NGC 311N0h 57m 36s30 16' 0" C-11LBRP2013 1 4 18:41:27A faint, slightly elongated smudge.
NGC 489N1h 21m 48s9 12' 0" C-11LBRP2013 1 4 19:40:21Like a very faint, fuzzy star. Hard to find, it was invisible in the 41, and found in the 19 when the telescope was slewed. WikiSky: and edge on spiral.
NGC 1278N3h 19m 54s41 33' 0" C-11LBRP2013 1 4 19:58:29A bright member of a large galaxy cluster. The whole region is aglow with faint patches of light that come and go. Very nice. This is the famous Perseus galaxy cluster.
NGC 1309N3h 22m 6s-15 24' 0" C-11LBRP2013 1 4 20:10:29A faint, round patch.
NGC 1211N3h 6m 54s-0 47' 0" C-11LBRP2013 1 4 20:17:58A small, dim, round patch. Like a faint, fuzzy, star.
NGC 1453N3h 46m 24s-3 58' 0" C-11LBRP2013 1 4 20:29:37The brightest member of a cluster of galaxies. E3? Like an unresovable globular cluster. Burnham: E2
NGC 1451N3h 46m 6s-4 4' 0" C-11LBRP2013 1 4 20:31:5A faint, but obvious glow near an 11mv star.
IC_2003N3h 56m 24s33 52' 0" C-11LBRP2013 1 4 20:45:5A starlike planetary. Unlike the other stars in this field, this one blinks as you look at it. No sign of a central star. Part of a cluster? A brief internet search does not show any open cluster here.
IC_351N3h 47m 30s35 3' 0" C-11LBRP2013 1 4 20:59:16A slightly bluish, blinking planetary. Nice.
IC_356N4h 7m 48s69 49' 0" C-11LBRP2013 1 4 21:8:32A large, whispy, mottled glow with a brighter patch towards the middle. Wikisky: The mottling is due to background stars. This looks like a face on Sb to me.
IC_2149N5h 56m 18s46 7' 0" C-11LBRP2013 1 4 21:17:19A bright, bluish, blinking planetary. Burnham: 10mv. Very nice
NGC 2314N7h 10m 30s75 20' 0" C-11LBRP2013 1 4 21:25:31A small, elongated, glow in a starry field.
NGC 2268N7h 14m 0s84 23' 0" C-11LBRP2013 1 4 21:34:40A large, diffuse, very faint patch. There is a faint, 13.5mv star involved in it as well.
NGC 2347N7h 16m 6s64 43' 0" C-11LBRP2013 1 4 21:38:41A very faint spot, slightly brighter towards the middle. Burnham: Sb, 12.7mv.
NGC 2441N7h 52m 12s73 2' 0" C-11LBRP2013 1 4 21:47:10Field found, galaxy not visible. Burnham: Sc, 12.7mv. Wikisky: low surface brightness disk, stellar nucleus.
NGC 2460N7h 56m 54s60 21' 0" C-11LBRP2013 1 4 21:51:40A somewhat bright, elongated patch. Burnham: Sb, 12.7mv.
WEI 3ABD1h 20m 4.38s36 37' 51.3" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 7 18:30:35A nice, if a bit faint, pair. The primary looks redder than it's WDS stated G0 spectral type. Interstellar reddening? WDS data: 8.93 - 9.82mv, G0, 188 pa, 4.9", 2010.
NGC 404N1h 9m 24s35 43' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 7 18:37:37A fairly bright, elongated, smudge, once found. Best in the 12.5mm
ES 2142D1h 33m 41.97s35 25' 29.89" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 7 18:44:54A very faint pair, not the 9.5mv that Espin claimed. The UCAC4 gives it 11.5mv, which appears correct. Hard to see without averted vision. WDS data: 9.4 - 9.7mv, U, 252 pa, 4.5", 2011.
STF 137D1h 35m 29s31 17' 17.19" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 7 18:50:53A lovely pair of white stars. WDS data: 8.85 - 9.60mv, A5, 85 pa, 3.3", 2010.
A 1528D2h 35m 42.18s44 11' 23.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 7 19:1:36A nice, close pair. Best in the 9mm. WDS data: 9.44 - 9.62mv, B9, 193 pa, 1.7", 1999.
BU 262D2h 47m 45.15s31 3' 10.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 7 19:9:53A difficult pair, in tonight's clear, unsteady skies. Best in the 6 or 9mm, the secondary is almost invisible at lower powers. WDS data: 8.24 - 9.89mv, G0, 52 pa, 1.7", 2009.
ES 1217ABD2h 55m 43.5s47 46' 48.8" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 7 19:24:10A very faint pair. The UCAC4 overall 10.0mv seems right. Elongated in the 12.5, but only split in the 6, and barely in the 9. Averted vision only to see the secondary. WDS data: 9.4 - 9.5mv, U, 273 pa, 2.1", 2002.
STF 328ABD2h 57m 45.97s44 31' 26.7" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 7 19:30:59A very nice wide pair. WDS data: 9.23 - 9.30mv, F8, 306 pa, 15.1", 2011.
STF 395D3h 28m 38.9s29 3' 40.69" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 7 19:40:7An exquisite pair. WDS data: 8.66 - 9.85mv, F8, 91 pa, 1.8", 2008.
COU 694D3h 46m 38.44s27 28' 17.9" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 7 20:6:12A nice pair. I see 142°. WDS data: 9.2 - 9.5mv, F8, 135 pa, 2.5", 2008.
STT 69D3h 59m 39.96s38 49' 13.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 7 20:17:16An extremely difficult pair. There is a slight, persistant, brightening of the diffraction ring a the WDS pa of 325°. WDS data: 6.60 - 9.13mv, A1Vp:, 325 pa, 1.5", 1997.
NGC 1496N4h 4m 24s52 37' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 7 20:23:31Dyer's description is accurate. The RNGC position is SSW of the cluster itself.
COU 961ABD11h 1m 49.33s29 52' 16.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 9 4:7:53There was a slight bump at 330° in the primary's diffraction pattern. Barely elongated, never mind split, in tonight's very hazy sky. WDS data: 7.20 - 9.36mv, U, 327 pa, 1.2", 2010.
HO 378ABD11h 4m 57.28s38 24' 38.19" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 9 4:15:5Secondary almost invisible, touching the Airy disk of the primary. A difficult split in tonight's very hazy sky. WDS data: 8.25 - 9.14mv, F7V, 236 pa, 1.1", 2010.
STF 238ACD2h 17m 11.89s37 29' 0.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 9 19:35:13A dull pair, made more lackluster by tonight's hazy skies. WDS data: 9.23 - 9.78mv, U, 356 pa, 10.9", 2003.
HTG 1D2h 15m 46.14s-18 14' 17.7" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 18 18:40:5A lovely pair. WDS data: 8.49 - 9.25mv, K3V, 154 pa, 1.8", 2008.
KR 59D22h 26m 52.36s63 43' 4.9" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 18 18:52:9A lovely, close pair, I see 325° pa. WDS data: 9.13 - 9.52mv, O9V:, 165 pa, 1.8", 2007.
STF 2896D22h 18m 27.8s63 13' 22.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 18 18:56:49A lovely, wide pair. The lucidia of a cluster? Yes: Pismis Moreno 1, http://www.astro.iag.usp.br/~wilton/clusters.txt. WDS data: 7.80 - 8.57mv, B0.5V, 241 pa, 21.3", 2006.
STF 2940D22h 41m 17.08s72 43' 38.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 18 19:7:38An OK, unequal pair. The NA field is not as seen. Later that morning: WikiSky and NA seem to agree. WDS data: 9.02 - 9.89mv, A3, 138 pa, 2.6", 2010.
STT 481D22h 43m 50.72s78 31' 5.7" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 18 19:17:4A difficult, unqual pair. PA increasing. WDS data: 7.46 - 9.54mv, A0II-III, 276 pa, 2.3", 2001.
STT 529ABD22h 45m 2.59s68 7' 58.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 18 19:25:32An OK, faint, triple. WDS data: 9.08 - 9.89mv, A2p, 200 pa, 3.8", 2007.
HJ 1838D22h 58m 28.29s67 5' 16.9" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 18 19:30:49A nice, close pair. WDS data: 9.11 - 9.39mv, G0, 256 pa, 1.5", 2005.
STF 3011D23h 23m 52.52s77 4' 8.69" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 18 19:35:21A faint pair of equally bright stars. WDS data: 9.23 - 9.44mv, A5, 332 pa, 6.9", 2006.
BU 408D8h 59m 0.61s63 25' 42.8" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 19 1:30:34The companion is almost invisible in tonight's unsteady, clear air. WDS data: 7.35 - 9.59mv, G5, 343 pa, 3.0", 2001.
STF 1386ABD9h 55m 4.01s68 54' 6.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 19 1:37:8An OK pair of equally bright stars. WDS data: 9.30 - 9.34mv, F5, 112 pa, 2.1", 2003.
STF 1400ABD10h 2m 56.49s68 47' 9.3" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 19 1:49:0The secondary is almost invisible in tonight's turbulent skies. NGC 3077 is 1.2' SSW of the pair. WDS data: 8.02 - 9.77mv, F5, 226 pa, 3.2", 2011.
Y DraV9h 42m 22.59s77 51' 6" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 19 2:7:3312.5mv or fainter.
ST UMaV11h 27m 50.39s45 11' 7" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 19 2:18:34UCAC4 303182 APASS Poor coordinates mv: 7.01 UCAC4 201650 APASS Non UCAC4 star mv: 9.651. A 6.5mv star.
RU UMaV11h 41m 40.19s38 28' 29" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 19 2:28:5UCAC4 151553631 APASS mv: 12.639 UCAC4 151478662 APASS mv: 12.851. Fainter than 12.9mv.
NGC 5272N13h 42m 12s28 23' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 19 2:41:27A lovely cluster, well resolved in moments of good seeing.
STF 935D6h 38m 32.2s52 17' 40.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 20 2:55:8This is probably a very nice, faint pair in good skies. Tonight is quite turbulent. Pickering 3. WDS data: 9.16 - 9.86mv, G5, 322 pa, 3.4", 2009.
STF 1408D10h 11m 21.82s73 2' 12.4" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 20 3:3:13An OK, faint pair. WDS data: 9.01 - 9.98mv, F2, 13 pa, 3.6", 2011.
AG 342D10h 59m 38.3s25 26' 15.49" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 20 3:34:44A lovely pair, even in tonight's boiling air. WDS data: 8.57 - 9.22mv, K0, 113 pa, 5.3", 2010.
TV UMaV11h 45m 35s35 53' 40" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 20 3:46:2BS None mv: 5.7 UCAC4 295156 APASS Poor coordinates mv: 6.784. A 6.7mv yellow star.
RY UMaV12h 20m 27.29s61 18' 35" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 20 3:52:33UCAC4 314741 APASS Poor coordinates mv: 6.862 UCAC4 314824 APASS High proper motion mv: 8.758. A 7.0mv pale yellow orange star.
SS DraV12h 26m 20.89s68 41' 17" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 20 3:59:19UCAC4 177732955 APASS mv: 10.413 UCAC4 177666530 APASS mv: 10.509. A 10.0mv star. No color seen.
NGC 5194N13h 29m 54s47 12' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 1 20 4:7:16Both nuclei plainly seen, with hints of the disk surrounding M 51. The eastern part of the disk was slightly brighter.
STF 531D4h 26m 46.22s55 38' 37.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 1 20:0:35A close pair, I see 210°. WDS data: 7.69 - 8.76mv, F4IV, 322 pa, 1.0", 2006.
STF 522D4h 22m 29.71s51 36' 22.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 1 20:8:33A nice, close, pair. WDS data: 9.46 - 9.47mv, A0, 212 pa, 1.5", 2009.
STF 519ABD4h 20m 53.7s50 22' 39" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 1 20:12:23An OK, unequal pair. WDS data: 7.85 - 9.4mv, K2, 348 pa, 18.3", 2008.
STF 608AB CD4h 56m 16.86s52 5' 52" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 1 20:22:31A nice, unequal pair. I see 120° pa. WDS data: 8.19 - 9.50mv, F8, 112 pa, 4.4", 2008.
AG 84D5h 2m 31.26s54 49' 50.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 1 20:29:4An OK unequal pair. I see 170° pa. WDS data: 9.4 - 9.8mv, K0, 153 pa, 2.6", 2000.
BU 749D5h 7m 30.66s55 32' 24.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 1 20:37:38Star found, companion not visible. WDS data: 7.54 - 9.22mv, F8, 239 pa, 1.2", 1995.
A 1304D5h 14m 12.32s54 45' 31.69" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 1 20:43:52A very close pair. Pa may be decreasing. WDS data: 9.14 - 9.93mv, F2, 89 pa, 1.9", 2009.
STF 657D5h 18m 47.19s52 49' 51.8" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 1 21:6:54A very difficult pair. WDS data: 8.30 - 8.81mv, F5, 308 pa, 0.9", 2007.
STF 684D5h 22m 11.03s45 4' 53.89" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 1 21:15:48A close pair. WDS data: 7.72 - 9.34mv, B8III, 141 pa, 1.5", 2007.
R LepV4h 59m 36.34s-14 48' 16.34" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 1 21:25:22UCAC4 84730673 APASS mv: 10.033 UCAC4 84639503 APASS mv: 9.338. A deep, dusky, RED brown. 9.1mv star.
NGC 1976N5h 35m 24s-5 27' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 1 21:35:00Tonight's seeing is exquisite. It's transparent and steady, although cold, 23°F, -9°C. Perhaps a Pickering 7. The nebula is well defined, although I do not see any green in it. The E and F stars of the trapezium are easily seen.
STF 3114ABD4h 9m 10.26s40 9' 40.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 6 19:37:34A lackluster pair, the secondary faint, but obvious in tonight's somewhat hazy but steady seeing. WDS data: 7.71 - 9.59mv, F8V, 159 pa, 3.1", 2002.
STF 500D4h 11m 41.62s40 15' 54.7" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 6 19:42:28An OK, unequal, pair. WDS data: 9.0 - 10.0mv, G0, 79 pa, 3.8", 2011.
STF 490D4h 10m 27.72s60 9' 23.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 6 19:48:10A lovely, if a bit faint, pair. WDS data: 9.33 - 9.59mv, F0, 58 pa, 4.6", 2004.
KUI 18D4h 38m 10.82s-14 18' 14.3" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 6 20:10:34A very difficult pair. I see 140° pa. WDS data: 4.02 - 6.95mv, K2IIIb, 360 pa, 1.1", 2010. WDS true of date: 4.02 - 6.95mv, K2IIIb, 1.73 pa, 1.12", 2013.
STF 860D6h 11m 4.86s24 52' 56.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 6 20:19:19A nice, unequal pair. WDS data: 8.64 - 9.81mv, B9, 357 pa, 5.9", 2007.
NGC 2158N6h 7m 30s24 6' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 6 20:21:39An obvious, if low contrast, large patch right next to M 35. Granulated in the 12.5.
STF 861D6h 11m 21.12s30 41' 23" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 6 20:28:42A nice, close pair. I see 325° pa. WDS data: 9.06 - 9.25mv, F8, 316 pa, 1.7", 2006.
STF 727D5h 33m 51s44 47' 8.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 6 20:37:27An OK, unequal pair. WDS data: 8.13 - 9.16mv, F5, 58 pa, 2.2", 2009.
STF 749ABD5h 37m 8.83s26 55' 28.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 6 20:43:35A lovely pair of equally bright white stars, buried in each other's diffraction rings. Best in the 6mm. WDS data: 6.54 - 6.55mv, B9IV-V, 321 pa, 1.1", 2009. WDS true of date: 6.54 - 6.55mv, B9IV-V, 320.4 pa, 1.16", 2013.
STF 776ABD5h 43m 3.19s25 21' 47.8" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 6 20:49:16A very nice, unequal pair. Best in the 9mm. WDS data: 8.51 - 9.78mv, A0, 97 pa, 2.7", 2007.
STF 779ABD5h 44m 21.16s27 43' 53.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 6 20:52:50A nice, unequal pair, helped by tonight's clear skies. WDS data: 7.50 - 9.78mv, A0, 254 pa, 8.9", 2006.
NGC 1587N4h 30m 42s0 40' 0" C-11LBRP2013 2 9 19:12:16A faint fuzz ball, brighter in the middle. E? HNGC: E.
NGC 1605N4h 35m 0s45 15' 0" C-11LBRP2013 2 9 19:50:40If seen at all, an very faint patch. Averted imagination! WikiSky DSS image: A loose group of 13... mv stars. Hardly stands out from the surrounding Milky Way.
NGC 2273N6h 50m 6s60 51' 0" C-11LBRP2013 2 9 20:2:57A faint, but obvious galaxy, slightly elongated and brighter towards the middle.
NGC 2469N7h 58m 6s56 41' 0" C-11LBRP2013 2 9 20:16:7A faint, amorphus patch.
NGC 2493N8h 0m 24s39 50' 0" C-11LBRP2013 2 9 20:25:28With NGC 2295, a pair of faint, amorphus glows. NGC 2295 is probably a 13.6mv star. See notes for NGC 2295.
NGC 2495N8h 0m 36s39 50' 0" C-11LBRP2013 2 9 20:26:40With NGC 2293, a pair of faint, amorphus glows. This galaxy is listed as a 15.1mv Sd by the HNGC. It's likely I saw a star (UCAC4 153096332?) glowing with eyepiece haze caused by the cold (~15° F, -20° C) night.
NGC 2128N6h 4m 42s57 39' 0" C-11LBRP2013 2 9 20:54:11An very faint patch, averted vision only.
STF 1642D12h 25m 45s44 44' 4.4" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 12 3:16:10A very nice pair, and it would be much better in steadier skies. The seeing is around Pickering 4. WDS data: 8.80 - 9.40mv, F5, 179 pa, 2.5", 2010.
ES 2641D12h 8m 20.6s43 54' 25.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 12 3:20:28A lackluster pair. WDS data: 8.14 - 9.34mv, F5, 264 pa, 16.6", 2000.
NGC 4138N12h 9m 30s43 41' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 12 3:24:42A faint, but obvious patch in tonight's clear, unsteady skies.
STF 1662D12h 35m 48.63s56 34' 42.4" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 12 3:28:48An OK, wide pair. WDS data: 7.83 - 9.75mv, K0III, 241 pa, 19.3", 2005.
HJ 2617ABD12h 40m 37.4s40 17' 16.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 12 3:32:19A nice pair. WDS data: 8.41 - 9.61mv, G0, 3 pa, 5.9", 2007.
STF 1691ABD12h 54m 59.6s58 9' 37.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 12 3:36:27An OK wide pair. WDS data: 8.58 - 9.80mv, F0IV, 275 pa, 18.8", 2004.
NGC 4814N12h 55m 24s58 21' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 12 3:39:49An very faint patch, only visible with averted vision and telescope movement. Tonight's clear skies helped, of course.
STT 257D12h 56m 44.76s45 36' 45.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 12 3:45:58A nice, wide pair. WDS data: 8.53 - 9.56mv, F2Vp, 353 pa, 13.0", 2007.
STF 1767D13h 34m 6.04s67 46' 7.89" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 12 3:51:59A lovely, faint pair. WDS data: 9.26 - 9.56mv, G1V, 345 pa, 4.2", 2007.
COU 703D4h 12m 25s23 34' 28.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 14 18:49:45Perhaps the faintest glimmer of a companion at the WDS indicated pa? Beyond a C-8 and these skies. WDS data: 7.39 - 9.87mv, G6III, 98 pa, 1.1", 2008.
J 934D4h 19m 49.87s31 44' 50.8" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 14 19:1:13A very difficult pair, as the actual magnitudes are much fainter than the WDS published ones. There was a slight glimmer in the pa mentioned by the WDS. WDS data: 9.4 - 10.0mv, U, 58 pa, 4.5", 2011.
STF 544ABD4h 24m 42.01s-8 45' 10.49" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 14 19:12:8A very nice pair. WDS data: 8.59 - 9.51mv, G0, 352 pa, 3.3", 2008.
STF 526ABD4h 25m 52.41s60 15' 21.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 14 19:16:30A lovely pair. WDS data: 8.92 - 9.35mv, F0, 55 pa, 5.7", 2005.
STF 564ABD4h 33m 6.48s-12 8' 13.49" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 14 19:31:42A nice pair, I see 330° pa. WDS data: 9.39 - 9.53mv, F2/3IV/V, 347 pa, 3.4", 2008.
STF 639D5h 4m 1.25s-2 51' 28" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 14 19:35:37A lovely pair WDS data: 8.67 - 9.48mv, F0, 81 pa, 5.3", 2010.
STF 675ACD5h 16m 4.12s-5 35' 14.89" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 14 19:44:51A nice, if faint pair. WDS data: 9.41 - 9.75mv, G0, 8 pa, 9.4", 2008.
STF 674D5h 17m 31.14s20 7' 54.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 14 19:49:43An OK, unequal pair. WDS data: 6.82 - 9.68mv, F7VF5IV, 149 pa, 9.9", 2009.
STF 693D5h 21m 39.9s-2 3' 4.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 14 19:58:16A nice, almost equally bright pair. WDS data: 9.09 - 9.52mv, A7V, 11 pa, 3.5", 2008.
Trumpler 1N1h 35m 38.5s61 17' 15.69" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 20 19:13:21A group of 4 10-11mv stars in a row, with about 4 just south of them. A very interesting cluster.
MLB 187D1h 36m 41.8s64 30' 27.3" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 20 19:22:35Star found, but companion not visible. I did see an 11.9mv star just south of it. A WDS error? WDS data: 9.02 - 9.5mv, A2, 256 pa, 5.3", 2010. WikiSky, DSS: No sign of duplicity.
HJ 2069D1h 43m 32.48s53 17' 30.7" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 20 19:30:57An easily split, if lackluster pair. WDS data: 9.24 - 9.9mv, U, 242 pa, 17.8", 2003.
STF 613ABD4h 58m 50.73s44 8' 21.8" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 20 19:40:14An OK pair. The other 10.8mv companion was glimpsed, but seems fainter than 10.8. Near epsilon Aurigae. WDS data: 8.59 - 9.58mv, F2III, 100 pa, 11.9", 2011.
STF 604D4h 59m 57.91s70 3' 16" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 20 19:46:23A faint, close pair. WDS data: 9.09 - 9.36mv, F2III, 39 pa, 2.0", 2000.
STF 640ABD5h 7m 2.01s33 24' 48.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 20 19:51:14A nice, wide, unequal pair. WDS data: 8.67 - 10.0mv, A7V, 99 pa, 9.3", 2008.
STF 783D5h 44m 37.73s29 0' 59.69" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 20 19:59:10An OK pair. WDS data: 8.05 - 9.70mv, B5, 23 pa, 8.5", 2008.
STF 737ABD5h 36m 22.66s34 8' 1.8" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 20 20:5:30A lovely pair in the center of M 36. WDS data: 9.13 - 9.38mv, B2, 306 pa, 10.9", 2007.
STF 755ABD5h 39m 9.16s23 17' 17.69" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 20 20:11:41A very nice pair in an interesting field. There is a ruddy K star just to the Northeast. WDS data: 8.88 - 9.50mv, F8, 317 pa, 6.3", 2011.
STF 777D5h 43m 20.78s22 12' 45.69" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 20 20:17:7A lovely, if a bit faint, pair. WDS data: 9.35 - 9.75mv, A0, 84 pa, 4.6", 2007.
STF 783D5h 44m 37.73s29 0' 59.69" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 20 20:20:49An OK, unequal pair. I see 3° pa. WDS data: 8.05 - 9.70mv, B5, 23 pa, 8.5", 2008.
STF 791ABD5h 50m 3.41s39 34' 34.7" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 20 20:29:35A very nice, somewhat unequal pair. WDS data: 9.07 - 9.98mv, A0, 91 pa, 5.0", 2004.
STF 808ACD5h 52m 46.32s29 46' 5" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 20 20:37:13A very nice, wide pair. WDS data: 9.11 - 9.21mv, U, 57 pa, 15.8", 2004.
STF 883ABD6h 19m 8.02s39 46' 28.69" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 20 20:44:7A very nice 9mv triple star, with a 9.5mv and 10.5mv companions, all in the same pa. WDS data: 9.27 - 9.70mv, F0, 265 pa, 3.4", 2004.
STF 763ABD5h 39m 17.19s10 15' 35.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 21 19:42:23A lovely pair, even in tonight's moonlit, Pickering 2 seeing. WDS data: 8.89 - 9.48mv, F8, 317 pa, 6.5", 2010.
STF 772AB CD5h 42m 5.81s21 34' 49" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 21 19:47:27A wide, dull binary. WDS data: 8.88 - 9.65mv, U, 243 pa, 30.6", 2004.
STF 815ABD5h 54m 35.82s5 21' 13.4" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 21 19:53:26A lackluster, unequal pair. A few other equally bright stars are also in the field. WDS data: 8.35 - 9.82mv, G5, 137 pa, 12.8", 2004.
STF 820D5h 55m 42.95s8 58' 57.9" C-8Little Tycho2013 2 21 20:0:22A nice pair, poorly served by tonight's moonwashed, unsteady skies. WDS data: 9.10 - 9.79mv, G0, 111 pa, 4.9", 2004.
STF 807ABD5h 52m 52.73s34 26' 42.49" C-8Little Tycho2013 3 4 19:19:29An OK pair, with a faint secondary. Invisible in the 6mm, obvious in the 9mm. WDS data: 8.01 - 9.72mv, F8, 150 pa, 2.4", 2001.
STF 821D5h 58m 24.04s29 37' 37.49" C-8Little Tycho2013 3 4 19:30:19An OK, close pair. WDS data: 8.33 - 9.44mv, B9, 4 pa, 2.1", 2011.
STF 888AB CD6h 19m 58.96s28 25' 36" C-8Little Tycho2013 3 4 20:1:17An interesting, close pair. The wider pair is as advertised by the WDS, and the primary seemed elongated in the direction indicated by the 6th orbit catalog. Even elongating 0.1" is remarkable. WDS data: 7.46 - 9.63mv, A6V, 264 pa, 2.9", 2007.
STF 898ABD6h 21m 57.42s10 58' 16.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 3 4 20:7:52A nice pair in a splendid field. This looks like it should be a loose open cluster, but it is not marked as such in the NGC or IC or http://www.univie.ac.at/webda/cocd.html WDS data: 9.00 - 9.61mv, B8, 122 pa, 6.1", 2011.
STT 141D6h 30m 1.33s17 54' 23.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 3 4 20:16:24The secondary is almost overwhelmed by the glare of the primary. An OK pair in a nice field. WDS data: 7.69 - 9.78mv, A0, 145 pa, 2.3", 2009.
VW GemV6h 42m 8.69s31 27' 24.66" C-8Little Tycho2013 3 4 20:21:54 C1: UCAC4 291665 APASS High proper motion mv: 8.663 C2: UCAC4 291687 APASS High proper motion mv: 8.669. The same hue as R Lep, but a bit more pale. 8.6mv.
STF 927D6h 32m 7.32s4 58' 16" C-8Little Tycho2013 3 4 20:31:41An OK pair near the edge of that beautiful cluster, NGC 2244, AKA the Rosette. WDS data: 8.86 - 9.3mv, A3V, 82 pa, 5.4", 2009.
STF 949D6h 41m 0.18s5 42' 26.69" C-8Little Tycho2013 3 4 20:38:7A faint, but nice pair. WDS data: 9.17 - 9.7mv, B9V, 289 pa, 3.5", 2008.
STF 986D6h 54m 54.07s9 29' 56.49" C-8Little Tycho2013 3 4 20:45:9A lovely pair at the end of a circlet of stars. I see 155° pa. WDS data: 8.26 - 9.02mv, A2, 164 pa, 5.4", 2009.
STF 1024ABD7h 10m 13s38 7' 50.19" C-8Little Tycho2013 3 4 20:51:42A close, faint, pair, but well split with averted vision in the 9mm. WDS data: 8.97 - 9.16mv, G0, 316 pa, 1.2", 2004.
STF 1068ABD7h 19m 49.3s13 22' 22.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 3 4 20:58:57A nice, if a bit faint, pair. WDS data: 9.29 - 9.80mv, A2, 349 pa, 4.0", 2008.
NGC 2362N7h 18m 48s-24 57' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 12 23:24:27A gorgeous cluster, with a bright white 4mv star at its center.
VY CMaV7h 22m 58.29s-25 46' 3" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 12 23:33:14UCAC4 68476635 APASS mv: 9.21 UCAC4 242350 APASS High proper motion mv: 9.358. A pastel red 9.2mv star.
NGC 2451N7h 45m 24s-37 58' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 12 23:36:3A large cluster of about 10 very bright stars, 4-7mv. The brightest is deep yellow.
NGC 2477N7h 52m 18s-38 33' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 12 23:41:55A beautiful cluster of about 300 11-13mv stars.
NGC 2453N7h 47m 48s-27 14' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 12 23:48:56A cluster of 4-5 11mv stars and 15 13mv stars.
NGC 2489N7h 56m 12s-30 4' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 12 23:56:35A not quite round cluster of about 75 stars. There are 3 bright variables just south.
Gam2VelB8h 9m 32s-47 20' 12" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 0:3:55A bright, white star with a secondary about 1mv fainter. There is another pair just SE. A beautiful sight.
NGC 2547N8h 10m 42s-49 16' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 0:14:58A large, loose, open cluster.
NGC 2579N8h 21m 6s-36 11' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 0:51:36After much effort, the field was found, but no cluster.
IC_2395N8h 41m 6s-48 12' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 1:5:59An irregular group of about 10 bright stars.
NGC 2660N8h 42m 12s-47 9' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 1:18:1Field not found.
NGC 2818N9h 16m 0s-36 37' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 1:48:43A small, round fuzz ball, looking more 11mv than 9mv. No resolution, but then there's quite a bit of haze this close to the horizon. Resolution is not to be expected, it's a planetary nebula!
NGC 2997N9h 45m 36s-31 11' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 1:55:10A small smudge of a nucleus, surrounded by a large, faine elliptical (2:1) envelope. WikiSky: Looks like a mostly face on Sc, Burnham: Sc.
NGC 3115N10h 5m 12s-7 43' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 1:59:3A bright nucleus, with a streak of a disk running through it, with a faint envelope surrounding the disk and nucleus. Lovely galaxy.
NGC 3132N10h 7m 0s-40 26' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 2:3:3A blue star surrounded by a disc of light, slightly mottled, and a bit brighter towards the edges.
NGC 3201N10h 17m 36s-46 25' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 2:8:10A very loose globular, it looks much like a round open cluster.
NGC 3250N10h 26m 30s-39 57' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 2:13:41A faint smudge, this close to the horizon. Brighter towards the middle. WikiSky: An elongated elliptical , Burnham: E4.
NGC 3311N10h 36m 42s-27 32' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 2:23:23An elliptical near the center of a galaxy cluster. NGCs 3312, 3311, 3309, and 3308 were seen. NGC 3308 was but a small smudge.
NGC 3311N10h 36m 42s-27 32' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 2:23:23One of a string of galaxies, NGCs 3312, 3311, 3309, and 3308. All but 3311 appeared as smudges, but 3311 was slightly elongated. Burnham: SB/Pec.
NGC 3311N10h 36m 42s-27 32' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 2:23:23The brightest member of a string of galaxies, NGCs 3312, 3311, 3309, and 3308. All but 3309 appeared as smudges, but 3311 was slightly elongated.
NGC 3311N10h 36m 42s-27 32' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 2:23:23With NGC 3309, an elliptical at the center of a galaxy cluster. NGCs 3312, 3311, 3309, and 3308 were seen. All but 3309 appeared as smudges, but 3311 was slightly elongated.
R CrtV11h 0m 33.89s-18 19' 30" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 2:32:14UCAC4 79472165 APASS mv: 9.415 UCAC4 79533923 APASS mv: 9.965. A dull, red star. 9.3mv.
NGC 3557N11h 10m 0s-37 32' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 2:39:8A bright elliptical. B:E2.
NGC 3564N11h 10m 36.2s-37 32' 54" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 2:39:8A very faint spiral. Wikisky: an edge on spiral.
NGC 3621N11h 18m 18s-32 49' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 2:42:19A large, spindle shaped blob. No pronounced nucleus seen, slightly mottled. Burnham: Sc/Sd.
NGC 3904N11h 49m 12s-29 17' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 2:50:1A face on spiral. Bright nucleus. Burnham: E3, WkikSky: E.
NGC 4565N12h 36m 18s25 59' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 2:53:42Beautiful! Bright nucleus, disk an obvious streak of light, and the dark lane was glimpsed.
NGC 5194N13h 29m 54s47 12' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 2:58:24Spiral structure plainly apparent, but John Herschel's drawing is close to its visual appearance, if one inclues the spirals.
NGC 5236N13h 37m 0s-29 52' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 3:5:16A very bright nucleus, surrounded by a faint, large, elliptical, haze. It was not helped by being only 15° above the horizon.
NGC 5128N13h 25m 30s-43 1' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 3:10:11A big, bright galaxy, and one of the few that looks like its photos. The dark lane is plainly apparent, even this close to the horizon.
NGC 5139N13h 26m 48s-47 29' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 13 3:20:6A field filling, spectacular, globular cluster! Even this close to the horizon, utterly magnificent!
NGC 2835N9h 17m 54s-22 21' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 14 1:29:13A face on Sc, with no pronounced nucleus. Large and faint, best in the 41. Burnham: SBc/pec.
NGC 2546N8h 12m 24s-37 38' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 14 1:35:30A very loose cluster of mostly double stars. It almost fills the field of the 41mm. Nice skyscape.
NGC 2354N7h 14m 18s-25 44' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 14 1:41:25A large, loose cluster of stars in a rich region of the Milky Way.
NGC 3109N10h 3m 6s-26 9' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 14 2:43:43A very faint but large smudge, found only with the help of the finder chart. Burnham: Irr.
NGC 3923N11h 51m 0s-28 48' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 14 2:50:16A bright nucleus, surrounded by a fainter elliptical envelope. Nice galaxy. Burnham: E4.
NGC 5044N13h 15m 24s-16 23' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 14 2:54:32A bright, small galaxy, apparently at the center of aluster. E3? B:E0.
NGC 5049N13h 16m 0s-16 24' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 14 2:56:55A small companion to 5044. Spiral? WkikSky: E0, B:E0.
NGC 4487N12h 31m 6s-8 3' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 14 3:0:29A large, faint patch. Face on spiral? No pronounced nucleus. Burnham: Sc, WikiSky: Sc.
NGC 4731N12h 51m 0s-6 24' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 14 3:6:32A very faint, but large patch. Tonight's dark skies would be required to see it. WikiSky: An S shaped streak. Burnham: SBc.
NGC 4242N12h 17m 30s45 37' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 14 3:19:1A very faint but large amorphous blob. Indisctinct nucleus. WikySky: Sd. Burnham: S.
NGC 3507N11h 3m 30s18 8' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 14 3:25:45A faint, round, galaxy with a 9mv star in its center. WikiSky: Face on Sc. The star is 10.9mv, not 9mv!
NGC 3501N11h 2m 54s17 59' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 14 3:26:56A faint, edge on spiral. No pronounced nucleus. Wikisky: Observation confirmed.
NGC 3705N11h 30m 6s9 17' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 14 3:31:56A bright nucleus, with a faint elliptical (2:1) envelope surrounding it. Burnham: Sb, WikiSky: Sb.
NGC 3692N11h 28m 24s9 24' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 14 3:34:7A faint, uniform, streak. Edge on spiral? WikiSky: Edge on Sb.
NGC 4293N12h 21m 12s18 23' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 14 3:40:52A lovely almost edge on. Slight mottling noticed. Burnham: Sa/pec, WikiSky: Elongated galaxy surrounded by a faint envelope.
3c 273N12h 29m 6s2 3' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 14 3:48:55A 12.5mv star. The 14.9mv star just sw of it was easily seen.
NGC 3680N11h 25m 42s-43 15' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 14 4:0:45A coarse group of about 30 10mv-13mv stars surrounded by a few 8-9mv stars.
NGC 4696N12h 48m 48s-41 19' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 14 4:21:13A faint, amorphous smudge. Face on spiral? Burnham: E1, Wikisky: E2.
NGC 5102N13h 22m 0s-36 38' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 14 4:26:42A bright nucleus, with a fainter envelope, brighter towards the middle. SO or E1? Burnham: S0. WikiSky: S0.
NGC 5054N13h 17m 0s-16 38' 0" C-11Arizona: +31.67 -110.92013 3 14 4:32:18A faint blob, gradually brighter towards the middle. Burnham: Sb.
STF 1076D7h 21m 1.95s4 3' 23.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 3 23 20:49:4A surprisingly difficult pair in tonight's unsteady skies, about Pickering 5. WDS data: 9.49 - 9.58mv, A0, 108 pa, 2.8", 2010.
STF 1095D7h 27m 22.75s8 45' 14" C-8Little Tycho2013 3 23 21:2:2A nice, wide pair. WDS data: 8.61 - 9.35mv, A2, 77 pa, 10.4", 2004.
STF 1106D7h 31m 21.01s16 18' 38.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 3 23 21:8:4A nice pair. I see 40° pa. WDS data: 9.40 - 9.47mv, G0, 34 pa, 10.7", 2006.
STF 1045D7h 12m 42.24s-3 10' 41" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 2 20:27:6A nice pair in a lovely starfield, despite the twilight the observation was made in. WDS data: 8.01 - 9.08mv, F5, 236 pa, 5.4", 2010.
HJ 3938D7h 13m 48.39s-22 54' 20.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 2 20:32:4A wide, unequal pair in a nice star field. WDS data: 6.32 - 9.10mv, B2IVG5IV, 251 pa, 19.4", 1999.
STF 1060ABD7h 16m 6.71s-9 16' 10.89" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 2 20:43:30Star found, but the star field shown does not match the sky. No 7mv star seen 10' NNE of the binary. WikiSky/DSS: The 7mv star is marked as a 10.4mv star. This is unlikely. WDS data: 8.60 - 9.59mv, B7V, 25 pa, 6.9", 2004.
STF 1084D7h 24m 1.28s-3 58' 44" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 2 20:48:36An OK, wide, unequal pair. WDS data: 7.20 - 10.00mv, K0, 285 pa, 14.9", 2003.
STF 1119D7h 38m 30.23s33 42' 41.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 2 20:56:1A lovely pair. WDS data: 8.08 - 9.35mv, F0, 355 pa, 3.1", 2006.
STT 176ABD7h 38m 30.46s0 30' 18.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 2 21:4:27Star found, but not split. WDS data: 7.21 - 9.24mv, B9, 221 pa, 1.6", 1995.
STF 502D4h 11m 13.45s26 29' 52" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 2 21:16:23An 8mv star with 9 and 10mv companions. An interesting triple that would be better served with darker skies. WDS data: 8.84 - 9.3mv, F8V, 247 pa, 16.9", 2006.
STF 523ABD4h 19m 45.67s23 44' 17.89" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 2 21:22:22A dull pair with a distant, 8mv companion. WDS data: 7.58 - 9.86mv, B9.5V, 164 pa, 10.2", 2010.
NGC 1724N5h 3m 30s49 30' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 2 21:29:54A group of 3 11.5mv stars, with perhaps a faint haze around it.
R LeoV9h 47m 33.6s11 25' 49.01" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 2 21:37:3 C1: BS 18 Leo mv: 5.63 C2: BS 19 Leo mv: 6.45 Fiery orange, 6.6mv
STF 598D4h 48m 35.29s17 48' 23.8" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 5 20:57:6A nice, unequal pair. WDS data: 8.10 - 9.96mv, F2, 318 pa, 9.3", 2010.
J 650D4h 51m 21.01s49 3' 11.9" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 5 21:4:9A very faint pair (11mv) of stars, split only with averted vision. Like most J stars, 2mv fainter than advertised. WDS data: 9.0 - 9.9mv, U, 38 pa, 4.1", 2002.
STF 678ABD5h 17m 39.01s4 41' 1.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 5 21:10:57A nice, faint pair, in this evening's twilight light pollution. WDS data: 9.11 - 9.44mv, F0, 103 pa, 3.6", 2009.
STF 686D5h 20m 56.17s24 2' 13.7" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 5 21:15:35A lovely pair. WDS data: 9.21 - 9.40mv, F2, 225 pa, 9.2", 2009.
STF 632D5h 20m 52.91s78 22' 28.89" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 5 21:28:38Pair found, with the a hint of elongation at 45°. Not at the indicated 1.8". WDS data: 8.15 - 9.93mv, F0, 43 pa, 1.8", 1991.
STF 687ABD5h 22m 18.09s33 47' 54.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 5 21:33:42A nice, wide pair in a field containing other pairs. WDS data: 8.69 - 9.77mv, B2V, 69 pa, 16.8", 2004.
STF 706D5h 26m 18.56s30 20' 8.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 5 21:38:20A nice pair in a nice field. WDS data: 9.00 - 9.87mv, F5, 43 pa, 3.8", 2009.
STF 731ABD5h 31m 21.21s-2 5' 57.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 5 21:52:0A lovely pair. WDS data: 8.61 - 9.16mv, A0, 327 pa, 4.9", 2006.
STF 826D5h 58m 54.46s-1 19' 31" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 5 22:1:44Star found, and perhaps elongated, but not split. 1.9" is not the current separation. WDS data: 8.84 - 9.68mv, B9, 133 pa, 1.9", 2010.
STF 1364ABD9h 32m 1.51s20 2' 49.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 5 22:9:14An OK, wide pair. WDS data: 8.59 - 9.74mv, F5, 156 pa, 16.4", 2007.
NGC 4258N12h 19m 0s47 18' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 5 22:18:40An elongated smudge, in the N-S direction, truncated to the southern side.
ES 2614ABD5h 23m 22.7s49 34' 19.49" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 7 20:35:25An OK, wide pair. WDS data: 9.09 - 9.78mv, K0, 179 pa, 11.8", 2007.
STF 569D4h 36m 13.49s9 12' 32.3" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 7 20:38:44A nice pair in a nice field. WDS data: 8.74 - 9.56mv, A3, 135 pa, 8.0", 2006.
KOH 19ABD4h 38m 39.06s15 46' 13.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 7 20:48:3Star found but companion was not visible. The star was 10.5mv, not 8.2mv. WDS data: 8.2 - 10.0mv, K2, 199 pa, 9.6", 1997. IR stars.
HJ 2264D5h 30m 48.71s47 54' 27.3" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 7 21:3:37A difficult to find pair in an ambigous field. Companion faint. WDS data: 8.51 - 9.6mv, F8, 130 pa, 6.8", 1999.
STF 826D5h 58m 54.46s-1 19' 31" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 20:59:17Finally elongated! This appears much closer than 1.9". WDS data: 8.84 - 9.68mv, B9, 133 pa, 1.9", 2010.
NGC 2749N9h 5m 24s18 19' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 21:27:15Not too faint, round smudge. No detail seen. E? Burnham: E2, 13.2mv.
NGC 2551N8h 24m 48s73 25' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 21:32:5Small, almost stellar, but obvious. Burnham: Sb, 13.1mv
NGC 2544N8h 21m 42s73 59' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 21:36:36An very faint spot, found only with the finder chart. I suspect it's a spiral. DSS: SB, Simbad: SBa, 13mv.
NGC 2633N8h 48m 6s74 6' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 21:39:58An eef, uniform patch. Spiral? Burnham: SBb, 12.6mv
NGC 2646N8h 50m 24s73 28' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 21:46:52An very faint oblong whisp of light. B:Epec or S0, 12.6mv. Tonight's seeing is Pickering 7, the transparency is excellent, and the C-11 is finding things with the 12.5. It's never been better behaved.
IC_520N8h 53m 42s73 29' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 21:50:59A large, and surprisingly bright, galaxy. Spiral? SBab, 11.8mv, from Steinicke.
NGC 3027N9h 55m 42s72 12' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 21:53:55A very faint smudge.
NGC 3027N9h 55m 42s72 12' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 22:1:48A faint patch. I also glimpsed a 14.5mv star in the field. HNGC: 11.7mv, SBc.
NGC 3078N9h 58m 24s-26 56' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 22:10:45A faint, low contrast smudge in the Damascus dome of light. Darker skies and higher altitudes would help. Burnham: E3, 12.2mv
NGC 3145N10h 10m 12s-12 26' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 22:16:58An very faint smudge, somewhat elongated. When lamda Hya is in the field, the galaxy vanishes. Burnham: SBb, 12.5mv
NGC 3206N10h 21m 48s56 56' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 22:25:50A gossamer smudge, 3' in diameter. HNGC: SBc, 12.1mv. Interesting that W. Herschel found this to be "Bright". I found it to have a very low surface brightness, this is confirmed by its DSS image.
I_2574N10h 28m 24s68 25' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 22:25:50A gossamer smudge, 3' in diameter. Coddington's nebula, a dwarf galaxy in UMa. I found it to have a very low surface brightness, this is confirmed by its DSS image.
NGC 3066N10h 2m 12s72 7' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 22:30:36Diffuse, about 4' in size. Sc? HNGC: SBb/pec, 12.5mv
NGC 3065N10h 1m 54s72 10' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 22:30:3Small, almost stellar, and fairly bright. Burnham: S0/Sa, 12.9mv.
NGC 3346N10h 43m 42s14 52' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 22:37:43An eef, gossamer patch. B:Sc/Sd 12.4mv. DSS: Face on Sc.
NGC 3370N10h 47m 6s17 16' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 22:39:57A hazy, elongated envelope with a brighter nucleus. Sb? Burnham: Sc, 12.4.
NGC 3433N10h 52m 6s10 9' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 22:42:27A large, gossamer smudge. The visibility is improved when the telescope is slewing. Burnham: Sb/Sc. 12.9mv
NGC 3596N11h 15m 6s14 47' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 22:46:43A large, face on Sc? Burnham: Sc, 12.2mv. DSS: Face on Sc.
NGC 3599N11h 15m 24s18 7' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 22:51:23A small, faint smudge. Details hard to discern. HNGC: E/S0, 11.7mv.
NGC 3605N11h 16m 48s18 1' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 23:8:50A large, amorphus, and quite faint galaxy. Burnham: E4, 13.5mv
NGC 3666N11h 24m 24s11 21' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 23:13:13A large, eef, elongated whisp. Burnham: Sc, 12.6mv
NGC 3600N11h 15m 48s41 36' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 23:17:43An eef, large smudge. Very hard to see, even at the zenith. HNGC: Sc? 11.9mv. DSS: Edge on galaxy.
NGC 3614N11h 18m 18s45 45' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 23:24:20A large, but extremly faint galaxy. Burnham: Sc, 12.9.
NGC 3657N11h 23m 54s52 55' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 23:31:34A round patch, slightly brighter in the middle. Almost stellar. HNGC: Sb/pec, 12.6mv
NGC 3756N11h 36m 48s54 18' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 23:34:23A large, elongated smudge. Very faint. Burnham: Sc, 12.3mv.
NGC 3780N11h 39m 24s56 16' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 23:39:40A medium sized, very faint smudge. Burnham: Sc, 12.6mv
NGC 3804N11h 40m 54s56 12' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 23:46:26A small, faint galaxy with a 13.2mv star very close. HNGC: Sc, 13.0mv.
NGC 4013N11h 58m 30s43 57' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 13 23:59:36A small, faint galaxy, with a 12.4mv star very close by. Burnham: Sb, 12.7mv.
NGC 4100N12h 6m 12s49 35' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 14 0:3:30A large, edge on spiral. Faint, but not hard to see. Burnham: Sb/Sc, 11.9mv.
NGC 4224N12h 16m 36s7 28' 0" C-11LBRP2013 4 14 0:10:15A tiny, but bright, streak. Edge on spiral. Burnham: Sa/Sb, 12.8mv.
STF 1339D9h 20m 58.39s36 43' 9.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 18 20:57:53A difficult pair, but plainly split in tonight's good seeing. That it was near the zenith did not hurt, either. WDS data: 9.15 - 9.89mv, A2, 66 pa, 1.4", 2001.
STF 1279D8h 49m 59.97s39 35' 23.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 18 21:4:57A close, faint pair, but easily split in tonight's good seeing. WDS data: 9.16 - 9.25mv, G0, 89 pa, 1.1", 1998.
STT 201ABD9h 23m 54.55s27 53' 54.89" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 18 21:10:7A difficult pair. More of an elongation than a split. WDS data: 8.48 - 9.48mv, F5, 207 pa, 1.2", 2010.
STT 213D10h 13m 8.88s27 25' 10" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 18 21:14:43A difficult, close pair that needs to be at the zenith on a steady night to be split. WDS data: 8.62 - 9.83mv, G5V, 123 pa, 1.1", 2010. WDS true of date: 8.62 - 9.83mv, G5V, 121.1 pa, 1.06", 2013.
STF 1576D11h 52m 52.59s30 49' 38.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 18 21:19:38A lovely, if faint, pair. WDS data: 9.11 - 9.45mv, F5, 242 pa, 5.4", 2004.
STF 1343D9h 19m 58.33s4 59' 58.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 20 20:48:11A wide pair. I see 285°, not 275°. WDS data: 9.37 - 9.59mv, G5, 275 pa, 8.9", 2004.
AG 339D9h 20m 16.53s-8 22' 33" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 20 20:57:12A wide pair. I see 35°. WDS data: 9.21 - 9.78mv, G0, 29 pa, 5.9", 2004.
BAL 518D9h 29m 6s-1 32' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 20 21:4:33A non existant pair. WDS error. WDS data: 8.3 - 9.2mv, U, 40 pa, 7.5", 1897.
A 2761D9h 43m 29.37s6 12' 27.7" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 20 21:14:36Elongated. With the 6mm and 3x barlow, I see 250°. WDS data: 8.96 - 9.25mv, F5, 250 pa, 1.0", 2005.
A 2560D9h 50m 2.85s1 47' 37.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 20 21:34:55At 677x, (9mm + 3x barlow), appears to be 30° pa, not 17. WDS data: 8.84 - 9.81mv, F5, 17 pa, 1.1", 2005.
A 2561ABD9h 52m 3.14s2 49' 19" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 20 21:45:15Elongated at 330°. A diffcult pair. WDS data: 8.77 - 9.57mv, G0, 310 pa, 1.1", 2005.
HU 720D9h 3m 16.01s47 40' 18.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 25 20:52:39A very difficult pair. I saw 120°, but with averted vision. WDS data: 8.62 - 9.27mv, F5, 133 pa, 0.8", 2007.
STT 200D9h 24m 55.67s51 34' 26.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 25 20:58:5A difficult, unequal pair, with the secondary hiding in the diffraction pattern of the primary. WDS data: 6.53 - 8.57mv, G0IV, 337 pa, 1.2", 2007.
HU 631D10h 3m 59.07s32 38' 48.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 25 21:10:4A very difficult pair. At 1000x (6mm + 3x barlow), the pair is a large bit of dancing fuzz, with an extension at ~250° pa. WDS data: 8.00 - 9.34mv, F8, 256 pa, 0.8", 2010.
STT 210D10h 2m 35.64s46 21' 42.49" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 25 21:17:31A surprisingly easy split for the 2005 separation of 1.3". I suspect the pair has widened, but it's pa is virtualy the same as in 2005. WDS data: 8.52 - 9.07mv, G5, 258 pa, 1.3", 2005.
STF 1613D12h 12m 34s35 45' 45.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 4 25 21:31:40A very tight pair, but plainly split with the 9mm. WDS data: 9.29 - 9.36mv, F5, 8 pa, 1.2", 2010.
A 1590D11h 3m 27.91s54 31' 33" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 1 21:17:0A close but obvious split. I see 320° pa. WDS data: 8.95 - 9.64mv, K2V, 331 pa, 1.5", 2010.
STF 979D6h 56m 36.64s46 32' 19" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 1 21:24:51An OK pair. WDS data: 8.47 - 9.58mv, A0, 210 pa, 7.4", 2004.
STF 1123D7h 41m 32s33 24' 34.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 1 21:29:4A lovely, if faint pair. WDS data: 9.25 - 9.79mv, F8, 166 pa, 3.5", 2009.
ES 588D7h 47m 26.67s47 14' 52.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 1 21:35:4A rather faint pair, hard to split. I see 2", 300° pa. WDS data: 9.5 - 9.8mv, U, 306 pa, 2.5", 2000.
STF 1434D10h 27m 8.4s18 3' 44.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 2 21:1:31A very nice pair of equally bright white stars. WDS data: 9.49 - 9.68mv, G5, 282 pa, 6.2", 2010.
DAE 3ABD10h 36m 44.79s15 21' 39.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 2 21:11:50Star found, but not split. It's much fainter than it's listed 8.5mv. No other catalogs show it. WDS error? WDS data: 8.71 - 9.86mv, M3.5M4.5, 181 pa, 1.1", 2006.
A 2369D10h 17m 59.92s17 11' 11.9" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 2 21:22:14A very close pair. I think it's sub arc second, not 1.1". Only elongated at 1000x! WDS data: 8.53 - 9.66mv, K2, 297 pa, 1.1", 2010.
STF 1537D11h 24m 28.94s20 37' 16.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 2 21:30:8A nice, close pair. WDS data: 8.23 - 9.07mv, G0, 357 pa, 2.2", 2005.
STF 1566D11h 40m 38.66s21 2' 11.3" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 2 21:36:19A nice, close pair, easily split in tonight's Pickering 8 skies. WDS data: 8.71 - 9.98mv, G5, 350 pa, 2.3", 2011.
STT 243D11h 59m 48.69s53 23' 52.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 2 21:44:26A very close pair. Elongated at 1000x. It looks like a single star at lower powers. WDS data: 9.08 - 9.67mv, F8, 9 pa, 1.2", 2010.
NGC 3992N11h 57m 36s53 23' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 2 21:48:33With 160x, the nucleus is faintly visible. With 111x, the outer envelope is barely seen, but only with telescope movement.
KZA 51D13h 21m 44.66s34 3' 43.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 3 23:52:3A lackluster pair, 2mv fainter than WDS claims. WDS error. WDS data: 8.5 - 9.5mv, U, 59 pa, 19.0", 2009.
STF 1760D13h 34m 23.8s26 16' 34" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 4 0:3:54A very nice pair. WDS data: 8.77 - 9.12mv, F2, 64 pa, 8.7", 2007.
STF 1770D13h 37m 42.91s50 42' 53.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 4 0:22:20A nice, close, pair. I see 115°. WDS data: 6.93 - 8.18mv, U, 122 pa, 1.7", 2010.
BU 937D13h 57m 6.4s34 26' 4.89" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 4 0:31:21A very close pair. Elongated at 1000x. WDS data: 9.00 - 9.44mv, G0, 135 pa, 1.0", 2010.
STF 1794D13h 59m 48.26s19 52' 57.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 4 0:49:27A close pair, but plainly split. WDS data: 9.48 - 9.65mv, F8, 127 pa, 1.8", 2006.
STF 1406D10h 5m 38.56s31 5' 13" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 4 21:22:34A very close pair. Not split, but elongated at 1000x. WDS data: 8.37 - 9.42mv, A3, 220 pa, 0.8", 2010.
STF 1417D10h 15m 8.59s19 7' 27.3" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 4 21:28:34A close but exqusite pair. I see 255° pa. WDS data: 9.24 - 9.31mv, F2, 77 pa, 2.3", 2007.
STF 1419D10h 17m 2.93s10 6' 51.7" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 4 21:33:49A lovely pair. WDS data: 8.87 - 9.86mv, A0, 224 pa, 4.4", 2008.
STF 1429D10h 25m 1.79s24 36' 44.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 4 21:42:48A difficult, faint pair. Barely split/elongated at 333 and 1000x. WDS data: 9.05 - 9.34mv, G0V, 160 pa, 0.8", 2009.
STF 1511D11h 7m 11.56s10 54' 48.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 4 21:50:19A faint, but exqusite pair. WDS data: 9.27 - 9.50mv, K0, 287 pa, 7.7", 2007.
STF 1517ABD11h 13m 40.98s20 7' 43.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 4 21:55:37Easily elongated and almost split with the 6mm. The Orbital catalog gives a 0.5" separation for this pair tonight. WDS data: 7.54 - 8.02mv, G5V, 320 pa, 0.7", 2010. WDS true of date: 7.54 - 8.02mv, G5V, 320.62 pa, 0.56", 2013.
STF 1634D12h 20m 42.06s22 54' 51.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 4 22:2:7A very nice, unequal pair. WDS data: 8.77 - 9.90mv, G5, 147 pa, 5.4", 2008.
STF 1643ABD12h 27m 13.71s27 1' 29.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 4 22:7:9A faint, but exqusite pair in a lovely field. WDS data: 9.03 - 9.45mv, K2, 5 pa, 2.6", 2010. WDS true of date: 9.03 - 9.45mv, K2, 4.93 pa, 2.69", 2013.
STF 1661D12h 35m 57.58s11 24' 19.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 4 22:13:26A lovely, close, and faint pair. WDS data: 9.21 - 9.24mv, G2V, 251 pa, 2.4", 2006.
NGC 4568N12h 36m 36s11 14' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 4 22:17:40A very faint patch. Best in the 18, almost invisible in the 24 or the 12.5.
STF 2026ABD16h 15m 57.07s7 21' 24.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 13 2:13:20A nice, faint, pair. WDS data: 9.48 - 9.86mv, K5, 17 pa, 3.4", 2010. WDS true of date: 9.48 - 9.86mv, K5, 17.36 pa, 3.47", 2013.
STF 2049D16h 27m 54.62s25 59' 3.4" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 13 2:25:35A very close pair. I see about 0.8" separation. WDS data: 7.33 - 8.10mv, A2.5V, 195 pa, 1.1", 2009.
BU 813D16h 27m 57.38s26 32' 23.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 13 2:29:58A very close pair, split only in the 6mm. WDS data: 9.39 - 9.59mv, G5, 176 pa, 1.1", 2009.
STF 2098ABD16h 45m 43.47s30 0' 17.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 13 2:50:37A lovely, if confused field. There is a wide 15" pair between two stars about 2' apart, and a bit to the east. WDS data: 8.77 - 9.61mv, F2V, 145 pa, 14.3", 2007.
STF 2397D18h 47m 13.08s31 24' 20.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 13 2:56:29A difficult pair, as the secondary is quite faint. WDS data: 7.47 - 9.08mv, G3III, 267 pa, 3.9", 2009.
STF 2025D16h 11m 11.7s47 33' 36.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 13 3:9:48Star found, but not split. WDS data: 8.03 - 9.75mv, F0, 163 pa, 2.5", 2011.
STT 287D14h 51m 27.52s44 55' 42.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 31 0:0:50Elongated, but not split, even in the 2.8mm. WDS data: 8.40 - 8.62mv, G0, 359 pa, 0.7", 2010. WDS true of date: 8.40 - 8.62mv, G0, 359.73 pa, 0.73", 2013.
STF 1944D15h 27m 42.13s6 6' 4.49" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 31 0:11:33Elongated, but not split. There is a slight breeze, and despite the haze, the seeing is only 7 on the Pickering scale WDS data: 8.32 - 8.79mv, F8, 298 pa, 0.7", 2010.
BU 348ABD15h 1m 48.92s-0 8' 24.9" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 31 0:20:8The companion was questionable, at best. If I saw it at all, it was at around 40° pa. WDS data: 6.13 - 7.49mv, M0.5IIb, 108 pa, 0.5", 2007.
COU 610D15h 32m 55.77s31 21' 32.89" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 31 0:26:41Not split, even with the 2.8mm. Needs Pickering 8 or above skies. WDS data: 4.27 - 6.29mv, B6Vnne, 200 pa, 0.8", 2010.
STT 298ABD15h 36m 2.21s39 48' 8.9" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 31 0:34:46A very close pair, but plainly split. WDS data: 7.16 - 8.44mv, K2V, 178 pa, 1.1", 2010. WDS true of date: 7.16 - 8.44mv, K2V, 182.2 pa, 1.17", 2013.
A 2076D15h 40m 28.45s18 40' 18" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 31 0:41:32Barely split in the 6, elongated in the 2.8. WDS data: 8.28 - 8.44mv, A2, 184 pa, 0.7", 2007.
BU 619D15h 43m 10.52s13 40' 3.7" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 31 0:52:38A difficult pair. I see 20° pa with the 2.8mm. WDS data: 6.95 - 7.94mv, G4IV, 1 pa, 0.7", 2009.
STF 2106ABD16h 51m 7.41s9 24' 15.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 5 31 0:57:31Not split, but elongated in both the 2.8 and 6mm. WDS data: 7.07 - 8.20mv, F7IV, 174 pa, 0.7", 2009. WDS true of date: 7.07 - 8.20mv, F7IV, 171.61 pa, 0.78", 2013.
STF 2304D18h 17m 6.97s40 15' 21.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 1 3:0:45A lovely pair. It's pa seems unchanged since 2004. WDS data: 8.75 - 9.75mv, K0, 70 pa, 5.4", 2004.
STF 2309D18h 20m 6.83s25 31' 53" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 1 3:6:47A nice pair, unchanged since 2009. WDS data: 9.31 - 9.95mv, A0, 351 pa, 3.5", 2009.
STF 2312D18h 21m 9.07s28 20' 3.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 1 3:16:22A difficult pair, due to the faintness of the components. WDS data: 9.28 - 9.91mv, A0, 340 pa, 1.6", 2010.
STF 2429D18h 58m 26.49s36 25' 33.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 1 3:33:18A nice, unequal pair. WDS data: 8.36 - 9.99mv, F0V, 285 pa, 5.4", 2006.
STF 2430D18h 59m 22.09s29 36' 11.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 1 3:41:59A nice, close pair. WDS data: 9.07 - 9.18mv, G0, 187 pa, 1.5", 2009.
T LyrV18h 32m 20.1s36 59' 52.42" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 1 4:4:42UCAC4 149486789 OK mv: 12.854 UCAC4 296891 APASS High proper motion mv: 8.09. Very red! 8mv.
STF 1834D14h 20m 17.6s48 30' 25.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 4 23:1:25A nice, close pair. WDS data: 8.09 - 8.29mv, F9V, 103 pa, 1.5", 2011. WDS true of date: 8.09 - 8.29mv, F9V, 103.7 pa, 1.57", 2013.
STF 1912D15h 9m 3.33s5 12' 12" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 14 23:23:36An OK pair, I see 145° pa. WDS data: 9.01 - 9.73mv, F2, 153 pa, 6.9", 2004.
STF 1934ABD15h 17m 22.5s43 47' 36.89" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 14 23:30:18A nice pair. WDS data: 9.46 - 9.63mv, G5, 13 pa, 9.6", 2010.
STF 1943D15h 27m 37.68s5 22' 6.19" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 14 23:37:47A very nice pair. WDS data: 9.29 - 9.58mv, G5, 148 pa, 5.1", 2010.
STF 1990D15h 58m 56.86s21 47' 54" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 14 23:46:45An exquisite pair. WDS data: 9.25 - 9.29mv, U, 26 pa, 4.0", 2008.
STF 1992AB CD16h 0m 16.24s11 40' 12" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 14 23:51:52A very nice pair. WDS data: 9.46 - 9.72mv, U, 325 pa, 5.8", 2006.
STF 2083D16h 42m 44.12s13 36' 29" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 14 23:57:42A very nice pair. WDS data: 9.13 - 9.56mv, K0, 334 pa, 13.7", 2009.
COU 107D16h 16m 51.41s19 48' 5.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 15 0:6:44Star found, but not split. WDS data: 9.02 - 9.61mv, K0, 110 pa, 0.6", 2011.
A 1137D16h 19m 14.25s57 35' 56.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 15 0:15:48A very slight ellipticity was noticed in roughly the given pa with the 2.8mm. WDS data: 9.16 - 9.76mv, A3, 201 pa, 0.5", 1997.
STF 2107ABD16h 51m 50.1s28 39' 58.7" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 15 0:21:51A close, but obvious pair. WDS data: 6.90 - 8.50mv, F5IV, 102 pa, 1.4", 2010. WDS true of date: 6.90 - 8.50mv, F5IV, 104.25 pa, 1.39", 2013.
NGC 6205N16h 41m 42s36 28' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 15 0:40:29The 2.8mm gives a lovely view! About 100 stars are visible, and they appear quite pointlight, despite the high power.
NGC 6207N16h 43m 6s36 50' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 15 0:44:0Even in tonight's fairly dark skies, only the most gossamer smudge is visible, and then only with the accurate finder chart and telescope motion.
A 1124D15h 36m 5s55 31' 19.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 21 23:1:47A close pair. WDS data: 9.24 - 9.60mv, F8, 142 pa, 1.5", 2009.
ES 626D15h 40m 54.03s50 8' 48.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 21 23:13:46A nice, but faint pair. WDS data: 9.2 - 9.2mv, U, 275 pa, 7.9", 2011.
AG 199D15h 52m 0.34s52 33' 54.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 21 23:20:55A nice, but wide double. WDS data: 9.46 - 9.71mv, F2, 252 pa, 9.5", 2005.
STF 1986D15h 55m 29.91s10 6' 17.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 21 23:30:20An OK, wide pair. WDS data: 8.86 - 9.85mv, F0, 93 pa, 14.8", 2004.
STF 2016D16h 12m 7.04s11 54' 39.19" C-8Little Tycho2013 6 21 23:40:8A nice, wide pair. WDS data: 8.49 - 9.60mv, A3, 148 pa, 7.5", 2005.
ES 350D19h 10m 45.75s32 7' 1.3" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 5 2:10:45A tough to find pair in a rich Milky Way star field. The companion is quite faint, more like an 11.0mv, not 9.9mv. WDS data: 9.12 - 9.9mv, U, 237 pa, 5.5", 2006.
T LyrV18h 32m 20.1s36 59' 52.42" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 5 2:31:3UCAC4 296709 APASS High proper motion mv: 8.251 UCAC4 149935771 APASS mv: 8.648. Very red, as always. 8.5mv.
STF 2657ACD20h 14m 21.52s42 6' 15.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 5 2:41:49A blue primary with a faint companion. WDS data: 7.28 - 9.80mv, U, 32 pa, 11.8", 2000.
STF 2659AB D20h 15m 40.26s43 38' 59" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 5 2:50:54An 8mv star with two faint companions. WDS data: 8.61 - 9.83mv, U, 253 pa, 19.3", 2004.
BU 983ABD20h 15m 15.88s25 35' 31.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 5 2:59:59Even in tonight's excellent seeing, the 0.5" companion is invisible. Seeing estimated to be Pickering 7. WDS data: 4.80 - 7.55mv, B3V, 184 pa, 0.5", 2007.
STT 417ABD20h 53m 4.22s29 8' 43.69" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 5 3:7:32A very close pair, but plainly split in tonight's water laden but steady skies. WDS data: 8.24 - 8.42mv, A0, 27 pa, 0.9", 2010.
STF 1995D16h 0m 27.43s14 39' 8.9" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 5 22:15:54Field found. A non existent STF? Unless it's at 70° pa and 60". The pair ~12' north of it, LAU 2, is not STF 1995. WDS data: 9.31 - 9.84mv, G5, 318 pa, 14.4", 2005.
LAU 2D16h 0m 26.9s14 36' 55.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 5 22:20:40I see 325° pa. A lackluster pair. WDS data: 9.28 - 10.7mv, G5, 68 pa, 36.5", 2002.
BU 44ABD17h 13m 55.15s28 48' 9" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 5 22:26:23A faint pair. WDS data: 9.19 - 9.7mv, A5, 18 pa, 5.6", 2009.
NGC 4414N12h 26m 24s31 13' 0" C-11LBRP2013 7 6 22:8:49The supernova was very faint, enmeshed in the galaxy's halo.
NGC 6070N16h 10m 0s0 43' 0" C-11LBRP2013 7 6 22:27:59A gossamer smudge.
NGC 6166N16h 28m 36s39 33' 0" C-11LBRP2013 7 6 22:33:33A very faint smudge, visible with averted vision and telescope slewing only.
NGC 6482N17h 51m 48s23 4' 0" C-11LBRP2013 7 6 22:39:17A faint galaxy with a 12mv star embedded in it.
IC 1257N17h 27m 6s-7 6' 0" C-11LBRP2013 7 6 23:22:31Extremly faint, if seen at all.
NGC 6574N18h 11m 54s14 59' 0" C-11LBRP2013 7 6 23:32:37A faint round patch, gradually brighter towards the middle.
IC_1396N21h 39m 6s57 30' 0" C-11LBRP2013 7 7 0:11:27A superb triple star enveloped in nebulosity.
NGC 7129N21h 41m 18s66 6' 0" C-11LBRP2013 7 7 0:21:34A series of patchy, diffuse nebulae over a degree field. Only well seen in the UHC nebular filter. WikiSky, Burnham: More like 7'. The hazy skies caused the stars to show halos which were not celestial.
STT 390ABD19h 55m 6.49s30 11' 41.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 27 1:25:47A nice, unequal pair. WDS data: 6.63 - 9.50mv, B6VA5V, 23 pa, 9.6", 2008.
J 781D19h 55m 17.01s30 11' 25" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 27 1:28:54An 11mv pair, not a 9mv pair. Typical J catalog error. WDS data: 9.4 - 9.4mv, U, 306 pa, 3.0", 2004.
A 382D20h 8m 1.17s42 23' 6" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 27 1:43:5A very difficult pair. The secondary is a slight brightening of the primary's first diffraction ring. WDS data: 7.21 - 9.49mv, K0, 96 pa, 1.7", 2009.
MLB 529D20h 8m 37.6s28 41' 48.89" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 27 1:50:26A very faint pair. It seems fainter than the WDS magnitudes of 9.4 and 10mv. UCAC4 gives the primary as 10.5mv. The faintness was exacerbated by tonight's hazy skies. WDS data: 9.4 - 10.0mv, U, 54 pa, 4.6", 2006.
A 281ABD20h 10m 36.85s34 52' 3.9" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 27 2:4:18A nice, faint pair. The faintness was exacerbated by tonight's hazy skies. WDS data: 9.01 - 9.45mv, F7V, 173 pa, 4.2", 2008.
STT 399ABD20h 10m 44.12s37 2' 33.49" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 27 2:12:32An OK pair. The secondary is quite faint, but easily seen. The faintness was exacerbated by tonight's hazy skies. WDS data: 7.57 - 9.92mv, G3Ib, 279 pa, 4.5", 2010.
V CygV20h 41m 18.2s48 8' 28.15" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 27 2:21:19 C1: UCAC4 161953049 APASS OK mv: 9.948 C2: UCAC4 161997216 APASS OK mv: 10.82 Quite faint, 9.9mv, but still RED!
HJ 1395ABD19h 25m 8.7s37 7' 26" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 27 2:31:13An OK, faint, pair. The faintness was exacerbated by tonight's hazy skies. WDS data: 9.48 - 9.54mv, A0, 63 pa, 2.8", 2009.
HO 450ABD19h 26m 5.94s38 48' 49.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 27 2:38:57A faint, very close pair. I see 284° pa. The faintness was exacerbated by tonight's hazy skies. WDS data: 8.47 - 9.53mv, F5, 264 pa, 1.0", 2010.
DAE 6D17h 3m 52.83s32 11' 45.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 29 21:30:53The field was found, but the star was not. WDS error. WDS data: 7.54 - 9.06, M2M4, 137 pa, 1.1, 2005.
HU 1167D15h 38m 12.96s36 14' 48" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 29 21:43:12So STF 1964 is a lovely, if difficult to resolve, triple. My observation is quite different from the WDS reading. I saw 29.4 pa, 1.2" sep. WDS data: 8.06 - 9.87, F5, 80 pa, 1.4, 2010.
STF 1965D15h 39m 22.67s36 38' 9" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 29 21:50:50An exquisite pair! WDS data: 4.96 - 5.91, B7VB9V, 306 pa, 6.0, 2010.
STF 2164ABD17h 23m 44.61s47 16' 14.3" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 29 22:14:6A very nice, unequal, pair. WDS data: 8.16 - 9.81, F8, 13 pa, 8.9, 2003.
HU 923D17h 34m 22.96s49 12' 51.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 29 22:19:19A close, but resolved pair, in tonight's steady skies. WDS data: 9.49 - 9.90, G0, 105 pa, 1.0, 2010.
NGC 6341N17h 17m 6s43 8' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 29 22:25:15I managed to see around 30 stars in the cluster in the 2.8mm.
T LyrV18h 32m 20.1s36 59' 52.42" C-8Little Tycho2013 7 29 22:31:31UCAC4 296891 APASS High proper motion mv: 8.09 UCAC4 296494 APASS Poor coordinates mv: 7.66. Not as red as I've ever seen it but a lovely, if somewhat pale red brown. 7.6mv.
STF 2263D18h 0m 55.42s26 32' 57.19" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 4 22:31:27A very nice pair. WDS data: 8.73 - 9.93, F8, 160 pa, 7.4, 2004.
STF 2298ABD18h 12m 38.87s41 23' 8.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 4 22:38:29A close pair. The faint secondary hides in the glare of the primary. WDS data: 8.76 - 9.94, F5, 175 pa, 1.9, 2010.
STF 2378ABD18h 43m 21.92s35 32' 55.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 4 22:50:23An OK, wide pair. WDS data: 8.91 - 9.88, A, 190 pa, 11.4, 2004.
STF 2419D18h 55m 28.52s29 13' 35.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 4 22:55:41A beautiful, if a bit faint, pair of almost equally bright stars. WDS data: 9.13 - 9.44, F2, 177 pa, 3.4, 2008.
STF 2456ABD19h 5m 45.65s38 31' 5" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 4 23:2:37An OK, wide pair. WDS data: 9.25 - 9.28, F5, 342 pa, 17.7, 2010.
STF 2454ABD19h 6m 9.36s30 26' 18.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 4 23:10:56The secondary is very hard to see, being so faint and close to the primary. WDS data: 8.34 - 9.72, K0, 290 pa, 1.4, 2010.
L 44D19h 8m 24.67s27 43' 37.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 4 23:23:42There is a 12mv star here, and a hint of a companion. Not the 9mv star claimed. I saw 176.0 pa, 4.8" sep. WDS data: 8.7 - 9.7, A0, 176 pa, 4.8, 2000.
U LyrV19h 20m 3.94s37 52' 23.84" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 4 23:36:12UCAC4 151021715 APASS mv: 11.21 UCAC4 151027185 APASS mv: 10.722. Despite its 10.5mv, it still appears to be red.
L 44D19h 8m 24.67s27 43' 37.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 14 21:22:36The star at the marked position is as observed before, quite faint and elongated with averted vision in the 9mm. The 9mv star at the WDS Id position is single at all powers, and white, as is expected of an A0 star. WDS data: 8.7 - 9.7, A0, 176 pa, 4.8, 2000.
AG 214D17h 49m 26.71s34 36' 25.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 14 21:31:39A very nice unequal pair, although the secondary is a bit faint. WDS data: 8.99 - 9.89, F5, 203 pa, 4.4, 2008.
STT 334D17h 43m 35.02s34 46' 29.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 14 21:35:19A nice, wide pair. WDS data: 7.92 - 9.94, G5, 356 pa, 15.3, 2008.
STF 2243D17h 53m 16.18s36 5' 25.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 14 21:45:3A close pair. WDS data: 9.19 - 9.40, G5, 38 pa, 1.2, 2010.
AC 9D17h 54m 8.02s29 48' 44.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 14 21:56:7A nice, but very close, pair. WDS data: 9.01 - 9.16, F2, 241 pa, 1.1, 2009.
NGC 6229N16h 47m 0s47 32' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 14 22:13:6The cluster seemed granulated, probably by averted imagination!
STF 2258D17h 56m 42.21s48 37' 8.49" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 14 22:22:35A close, but lovely pair. WDS data: 9.40 - 9.66, G5, 221 pa, 2.1, 2009.
del 2 LyrV18h 54m 30.29s36 53' 55" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 14 22:29:9A bright yellow star tinged with orange in a lovely field. It looks like a very coarse open cluster of bright stars. No stars are near enough for an accurate magnitude estimate.
NGC 6720N18h 53m 36s33 2' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 14 22:38:35Glimpsed a bit of detail in the ring itself. The 12mv star just to the east was easily seen, the 13mv star to the NW was much harder. M 57 itself was near the zenith when this observation was made.
STF 2162D17h 23m 54.54s36 27' 28" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 15 21:19:56A close, faint pair, especially in tonight's very hazy skies. Pickering 8, but transparency is very bad. WDS data: 9.39 - 9.57, A2, 285 pa, 1.4, 2009.
ES 317D1h 0m 42.33s32 30' 43.4" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 16 4:54:34A faint pair. These are 10.5mv stars, not 9.5mv. WDS data: 9.2 - 9.4, U, 194 pa, 6.9, 2005.
HJ 2010D1h 2m 47s47 41' 55.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 16 4:59:13A nice, unequal pair. WDS data: 8.32 - 9.65, A0, 271 pa, 9.9, 2011.
STT 21D1h 3m 1.53s47 22' 34.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 16 5:4:0Difficult, as the secondary is on the primary's diffraction ring. WDS data: 6.76 - 8.07, A9IV, 175 pa, 1.2, 2009.
BRT 79D1h 19m 6.05s45 9' 7.89" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 16 5:9:5A faint pair. Not 8.8 -9.7, but 10.5-12mv. WDS data: 8.8 - 9.7, U, 291 pa, 4.8, 2003.
NGC 672N1h 47m 54s27 26' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 16 5:17:2An very faint patch, seen with telescope movement. The other galaxies in the field were not visible.
STF 172D1h 50m 2.41s27 6' 13.9" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 16 5:20:49A nice pair, part of an extraordinary semi circle of stars. Superb. WDS data: 10.24 - 10.39, F8, 194 pa, 17.8, 2005.
HO 216D2h 27m 1s31 17' 17.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 16 5:28:8Difficult in the 2.8, nicely split in the 6mm. A nice pair. WDS data: 7.90 - 9.44, F6V, 3 pa, 1.3, 2007.
BU 68D20h 59m 28.27s50 12' 41" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 17 0:47:7A nice, faint pair, cleanly split. WDS data: 9.20 - 9.68, A5, 149 pa, 1.9, 2010.
BU 156D21h 0m 49.83s46 34' 42.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 17 0:56:34A very difficult pair. In the 2.8mm, the primary's first diffraction ring is brighter at the correct pa. Occasionally, the secondary itself was glimpsed. WDS data: 7.37 - 9.24, B5V, 237 pa, 1.1, 2009.
ES 1453D21h 10m 0.55s43 26' 0.69" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 17 1:3:2An OK pair. WDS data: 8.97 - 9.94, U, 68 pa, 5.4, 2007.
V CygV20h 41m 18.2s48 8' 28.15" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 17 1:22:10 C1: UCAC4 161814563 APASS OK mv: 8.945 C2: UCAC4 161953049 APASS OK mv: 9.948 A dull red 8.9mv star.
A 780ABD22h 1m 18.3s45 15' 0.89" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 17 1:31:31A clean split of a faint pair with averted vision in tonight's Pickering 8 skies. WDS data: 9.48 - 9.92, A0, 147 pa, 1.5, 2008.
IC_1442N22h 16m 30s54 3' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 17 1:39:18A hazy patch of faint stars, 5' in diameter. WikiSky's DSS: There is a slight gathering of 11...mv stars here.
STF 2881D22h 14m 34.67s29 34' 20.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 17 1:46:15A cleanly split pair in tonight's excellent seeing. Pickering 9! Best in the 6mm, but plain in all eyepieces but the 24mm. WDS data: 7.65 - 8.24, F6III, 77 pa, 1.3, 2008.
STT 462ABD22h 7m 2.18s36 5' 37.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 17 1:52:12The companion is quite faint, and sits on the primary's 1st diffraction ring. WDS data: 8.05 - 9.53, A5III, 316 pa, 1.1, 2009.
NGC 7078N21h 30m 0s12 10' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 17 2:16:5Superb in tonight's excellent seeing. About 50 stars visible with direct vision. Best in the 6mm.
HLM 14D19h 0m 38.22s31 22' 11" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 24 22:2:4A mismarked star. The actual pair is about 5' east of the given position. Pa and sep agree with the WDS values. WDS data: 9.18 - 9.2, U, 321 pa, 13.3, 2006. WikiSky DSS: 6' east.
J 1209D19h 4m 25.08s34 6' 19.89" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 24 22:6:46This is a J pair, so it's 2mv fainter than it's WDS mv. Otherwise, in agreement with the WDS. WDS data: 9.5 - 10.0, U, 155 pa, 4.6, 2006.
POP 30D19h 8m 45.92s34 18' 55.89" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 24 22:17:32An eef pair, visible only with averted vision. At least 2mv fainter than the WDS magnitude. WDS data: 9.2 - 9.7, U, 314 pa, 2.1, 2002.
HJ 1380D19h 12m 43.33s47 46' 11" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 24 22:22:5A faint, but very nice pair. WDS data: 9.37 - 9.94, A0, 226 pa, 5.2, 2008.
AG 376D19h 14m 36.64s28 53' 49" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 24 22:26:57A very nice, if a bit faint, pair. WDS data: 9.31 - 9.73, U, 77 pa, 4.4, 2009.
STF 2491D19h 16m 11.63s28 16' 50.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 24 22:34:5Not split in this night of meerly good seeing, Pickering 7. If anything, the companion, which was meerly a brightening of the first diffraction ring of the primary, was 180° from the WDS position. WDS data: 8.58 - 9.71, Am, 229 pa, 1.4, 2009.
BU 134D18h 25m 17.5s46 53' 7.4" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 30 21:2:35A very difficult pair. Perhaps a slight brigtening of the first diffraction ring in 130° pa, but it came and went in tonight's Pickering 7-8 skies. WDS data: 7.99 - 9.70, B9.5V, 126 pa, 1.1, 2010.
STT 373D19h 24m 5.52s46 26' 18.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 30 21:11:40An 8mv primary, and a very faint secondary, visible in the 12.5 and barely in the 6. The WDS mvs are too bright. WDS data: 7.63 - 9.93, B9.5II, 232 pa, 1.8, 1991.
STF 2524ABD19h 26m 35.78s25 29' 48.19" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 30 21:18:8A very nice, if faint pair. WDS data: 9.15 - 9.53, A2, 83 pa, 5.4, 2010.
NGC 6800N19h 27m 12s25 8' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 30 21:21:8A very loose cluster of around 25 stars, 10...mv
COU 1621D19h 31m 54.66s33 22' 38.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 30 21:28:33An eef secondary. Barely visible in the 9 and 6mm. Difficult pair! WDS data: 8.9 - 9.9, A5, 295 pa, 2.1, 2000.
STF 2539ACD19h 32m 5.91s28 16' 0.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 30 21:32:51A lovely, unequal pair. WDS data: 7.67 - 9.78, A0, 2 pa, 5.3, 2002.
STF 2555D19h 36m 11.77s53 22' 28.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 30 21:38:10A close, but well split, double. WDS data: 9.42 - 9.90, F5, 282 pa, 1.7, 2005.
A 706D19h 14m 50.59s47 56' 25.69" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 30 21:46:3A close, but easy split. WDS data: 9.49 - 9.62, F8, 74 pa, 1.6, 2008.
HO 447D19h 16m 9.05s27 55' 25.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 8 30 21:50:49A faint, difficult pair, made more so by the 6mv star just west of it. WDS data: 9.5 - 9.5, U, 171 pa, 2.4, 2009.
NGC 404N1h 9m 24s35 43' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 1 4:40:3An very faint oval, in pa ~45°. Beta And acts like a street light in trying to see this galaxy.
STF 123ABD1h 28m 19.66s53 28' 38.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 1 4:49:26An OK, wide pair. WDS data: 9.28 - 9.55, A0, 162 pa, 16.3, 2007.
ES 759D1h 34m 47.36s52 9' 14.7" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 1 4:54:44The secondary is fainter than it marked 9.6mv. I could not see it in the 24, but is was apparent in the 12.5 and others. WDS data: 9.23 - 9.6, G5, 91 pa, 10.4, 2008.
J 649D2h 45m 39.43s49 51' 47.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 1 5:1:32A pair of 11-12.5mv stars (UCAC4). As usual, Jonckheere was off by 2+ mv. WDS data: 9.4 - 9.8, U, 126 pa, 5.2, 2003.
BU 9ABD2h 47m 3.6s35 33' 17.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 1 5:8:27I could not split this pair. WDS data: 6.42 - 8.64, F0IV, 210 pa, 1.0, 2009.
R PerV3h 30m 3.09s35 40' 17" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 1 5:15:41UCAC4 148323024 APASS mv: 10.59 UCAC4 148429533 APASS mv: 10.385. A 10.4mv white star.
UZ PerV3h 20m 6s32 1' 18" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 1 5:20:37UCAC4 143704592 APASS mv: 9.944 UCAC4 143954585 APASS mv: 8.67. A pale red 8.6mv star.
RZ PerV1h 29m 42.19s50 51' 24" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 1 5:32:36 , C1: UCAC4 164642892 APASS OK mv: 11.924 C2: UCAC4 164618433 APASS OK mv: 10.468. A 12.0mv white star.
RT PscV1h 13m 47.89s27 7' 59" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 1 5:38:12UCAC4 136652519 APASS mv: 9.359 UCAC4 288014 APASS High proper motion mv: 9.124. A 9.1mv pale red star.
ES 2569D18h 10m 46.16s39 2' 52.49" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 3 20:56:20A lackluster pair, 2mv fainter than Espin's 9.5mv estimate. WDS data: 9.5 - 10.0mv, U, 276 pa, 9.6", 2006.
ES 1562ABD19h 19m 16.98s42 17' 2.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 3 21:14:7A faint, but OK pair. Best in the 6mm. WDS data: 9.39 - 9.8mv, G, 323 pa, 6.0", 2006.
MLB 861D19h 21m 0s39 31' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 3 21:15:18No catalog stars. A WDS error. WDS data: 9.5 - 10.0mv, U, 114 pa, 5.6", 1933.
STF 2505ABD19h 19m 52.82s35 32' 16.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 3 21:29:14A lovely pair, in a circlet of fainter 12mv stars. Beautiful star field. WDS data: 8.31 - 9.46mv, A0K, 315 pa, 10.9", 2004.
ALI 3D19h 20m 24.6s35 9' 36.4" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 3 21:31:56A faint, but nice pair of stars. It hasn't changed much since first measured in 1945. WDS data: 11.61 - 11.7mv, U, 289 pa, 9.9", 1945.
COU 1621D19h 31m 54.66s33 22' 38.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 3 21:40:46Not so much split as elongated. Best in the 6 and 2.8mm. WDS data: 8.9 - 9.9mv, A5, 295 pa, 2.1", 2000.
STF 2548D19h 36m 28.5s25 0' 4.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 3 21:46:30A lovely pair in the corner of a gorgeous parallogram of stars. A superb star field. WDS data: 8.47 - 9.85mv, A1V, 99 pa, 9.8", 2006.
RT CygV19h 43m 37.79s48 46' 41" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 3 21:55:39 C1: UCAC4 306032 APASS High proper motion mv: 8.397 C2: UCAC4 306346 APASS High proper motion mv: 8.709 A yellow star with orange overtones 7mv. Measured wrt the star .5° N, 1.5° W.
KU AndV0h 6m 52.79s43 5' 1" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 3 22:9:27Fainter than 11.7mv.
khi CygV19h 50m 33.94s32 54' 49.48" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 3 22:22:39 C1: UCAC4 145018555 APASS OK mv: 9.765 C2: UCAC4 145119993 APASS OK mv: 10.22 An orange 9.7mv star.
AX CygV19h 57m 13s44 15' 40.34" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 3 22:30:28 C1: UCAC4 302781 APASS High proper motion mv: 9.304 C2: UCAC4 157853981 APASS Overexposed mv: 9.01 An orange brown star of 9.3mv.
U CygV20h 19m 36.35s47 53' 37.84" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 3 22:44:40 C1: UCAC4 161452502 APASS OK mv: 10.174 C2: UCAC4 305575 APASS High proper motion mv: 7.949 A dull red 9mv star.
ES 29D20h 22m 16.66s47 47' 39" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 3 22:49:18An exquisite little pair of faint stars. WDS data: 9.50 - 10.97mv, F5, 122 pa, 56.3", 2003.
ES 29D20h 22m 16.66s47 47' 39" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 3 22:52:26I see a different PA. I saw 140.0 pa, 56.3" sep. WDS data: 9.50 - 10.97mv, F5, 122 pa, 56.3", 2003.
ES 187ABD18h 23m 45.03s51 38' 55.8" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 4 21:13:21A lovely pair of almost equally bright stars. WDS data: 9.32 - 9.43mv, G5, 206 pa, 2.6", 2008.
HU 940D19h 5m 30.85s33 52' 21.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 4 21:22:19A faint oval, elongated in the WDS pa, star. WDS data: 9.18 - 9.78mv, F8, 194 pa, 0.5", 2010.
A 260D18h 57m 34.06s32 9' 20.19" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 4 21:27:10Elongated in the expected direction. WDS data: 9.17 - 9.60mv, A0, 246 pa, 0.9", 2010.
A 703D19h 7m 12.16s44 50' 30.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 4 21:36:49Not split. WDS data: 9.01 - 9.28mv, G0, 189 pa, 0.6", 2009.
HU 1300D19h 20m 12.77s34 10' 52.19" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 4 21:46:50Elongated, not split, in the 2.8. WDS data: 8.92 - 9.56mv, A3, 182 pa, 0.7", 2010.
BU 1132D19h 43m 14.78s27 1' 6.4" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 4 21:59:35Barely elongated in the 2.8. It looks single in the 6. WDS data: 9.35 - 9.94mv, B8, 214 pa, 0.6", 2007.
NGC 6815N19h 40m 54s26 51' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 4 22:4:11About 15 stars 12mv... This just looks like a chance grouping in the Milky Way. It doesn't look like a true cluster.
NGC 6813N19h 40m 24s27 18' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 4 22:11:16There is the faintest tinge of nebulosity here, with the UHC filter on the 24.
SX CygV20h 15m 33.49s31 4' 20" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 4 22:36:8UCAC4 142662394 APASS mv: 12.815 UCAC4 142695091 APASS mv: 11.953. Too faint to see any color. 12.8mv
FF CygV20h 38m 51.69s37 53' 23" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 4 22:42:18UCAC4 151057900 APASS mv: 9.864 UCAC4 150994047 APASS mv: 10.658. Perhaps a very pale red star. 10.0mv
V CygV20h 41m 18.2s48 8' 28.15" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 4 22:47:34 C1: UCAC4 161953049 APASS OK mv: 9.948 C2: UCAC4 161814563 APASS OK mv: 8.945 A dull red 9.0mv star
RR PegV21h 44m 30.59s25 0' 26" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 4 22:54:56UCAC4 134686887 APASS mv: 11.471 UCAC4 134706978 APASS mv: 12.422 Below 13.0mv.
NGC 7331N22h 37m 6s34 25' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 4 23:9:56A bright streak in pa 180°, with a bright nucleus. Lovely, on this superb night.
HU 652D15h 36m 6.18s48 48' 57" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 5 21:0:33A close pair. It occasionally appeared split in the 9mm, but was an elongated blob in the 6 and 2.8. WDS data: 9.25 - 9.58mv, F8, 184 pa, 1.1", 2009.
HU 235D17h 57m 5.08s45 51' 21.4" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 5 21:14:27A very difficult "split". This was a brightening of the diffraction pattern at 305° pa. WDS data: 6.88 - 9.04mv, F7IV, 284 pa, 1.6", 2008.
L 27D19h 5m 54s30 4' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 5 21:17:46Not seen because it doesn't exist! WDS data: 9. - 10.mv, U, 190 pa, 1.0", 1900.
COU 1621D19h 31m 54.66s33 22' 38.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 5 21:29:8Not split in tonight's Pickering 5 skies. WDS data: 8.9 - 9.9mv, A5, 295 pa, 2.1", 2000.
A 1418D20h 11m 37.67s38 52' 47" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 5 21:38:37Not split? 3" and not split?? WDS data: 7.72 - 9.89mv, G5II, 326 pa, 3.1", 2002.
BG CygV19h 38m 57.69s28 30' 47" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 5 21:49:40 C1: UCAC4 139093795 OK mv: 12.307 C2: UCAC4 139124616 OK mv: 13.553 A 13.5mv star.
TU CygV19h 46m 10.69s49 4' 25" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 5 21:57:4UCAC4 162787115 APASS mv: 13.587 UCAC4 162814073 APASS mv: 12.681. A 13.5mv star.
STT 393D19h 57m 52.55s44 23' 3.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 5 22:7:42A lovely wide pair. The primary is pale orange, and the secondary is blue. WDS data: 8.26 - 9.01mv, K0, 232 pa, 16.6", 2010.
ARG 35D19h 58m 4.03s53 55' 29.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 5 22:13:2A nice pair of faint stars. WDS data: 9.00 - 9.92mv, G5, 226 pa, 7.4", 2004.
BRT 2256D20h 12m 5.17s44 1' 52.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 5 22:18:7A very difficult pair because of its faintness. This is a pair of 11.5 or 12mv stars, not 9mv. WDS data: 9.2 - 9.7mv, A, 25 pa, 3.3", 2006.
HJ 2951ABD20h 17m 49.63s39 55' 33.89" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 5 22:21:43A nice, wide pair in a lovely starscape. This looks more like a coarse open cluster than many so catagorised as such by the NGC. WDS data: 8.80 - 9.54mv, A2V, 125 pa, 10.7", 2010.
AG 253ABD20h 19m 18.43s36 35' 8.49" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 5 22:26:31A nice pair in a rich region of the Milky Way. WDS data: 9.38 - 9.85mv, G5G8III, 119 pa, 9.5", 2008.
HO 457ABD20h 24m 21.08s29 22' 55.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 5 22:33:12An easy split in the 12.5, but almost impossible in the 6! Weird, how mediocre seeing affects resolution. WDS data: 9.08 - 9.18mv, A0, 60 pa, 2.0", 2008.
STN 50D20h 29m 36s40 21' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 5 22:35:41A WDS error. WDS data: 9.0 - 10.0mv, A2, 170 pa, 6.3", 1879.
HJ 1525ABD20h 29m 54.13s40 22' 1.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 5 22:39:13A nice wide pair. WDS data: 9.13 - 9.58mv, A2, 234 pa, 9.1", 2009.
T LyrV18h 32m 20.1s36 59' 52.42" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 5 22:44:37UCAC4 296709 APASS High proper motion mv: 8.251 UCAC4 296891 APASS High proper motion mv: 8.09. A rich brick red, as always, 8.1mv.
STF 2814D21h 38m 56.3s36 22' 53" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 6 23:45:17A very nice pair. WDS data: 8.77 - 9.87mv, F0, 160 pa, 7.9", 2004.
BU 274D21h 41m 18.84s39 28' 26.4" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 6 23:50:46As is common with unequal pairs, the secondary seems dimmer than its WDS magnitude. I suspect that in this case, the WDS, and not my eye, is accurate. WDS data: 8.24 - 9.94mv, K0, 181 pa, 3.4", 2001.
HJ 1673D21h 39m 6.71s44 20' 38.89" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 6 23:57:13A lovely pair of faint stars. WDS data: 9.47 - 9.98mv, U, 81 pa, 5.9", 2004.
HU 693D21h 43m 53.98s50 33' 43.9" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 7 0:7:43A difficult pair, barely split with the 6 and 9, invisible in the other eyepieces. WDS data: 9.23 - 9.96mv, F8, 232 pa, 1.1", 2009.
L 36D21h 45m 57.78s25 32' 26.8" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 7 0:15:36An "L" star that exists! Mirabile dictu! It's 2mv fainter than its WDS mv. WDS data: 9.5 - 10.0mv, U, 294 pa, 4.6", 2010.
BU 694ABD22h 2m 56.67s44 38' 59.8" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 7 0:22:16A difficult pair. The secondary is a brightening of a diffraction ring of the primary, that comes and goes with the ever boiling atmosphere. WDS data: 5.71 - 7.76mv, A0IV, 6 pa, 1.0", 2007.
DOO 90D22h 6m 0.22s41 35' 34" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 7 0:36:42AKA ES 1586. The 11mv magnitudes of the Espin pair are accurate, the ones for DOO 90 are 2mv too bright. WDS data: 9.5 - 9.7mv, U, 221 pa, 4.3", 2011.
BL LacV22h 2m 43.29s42 16' 40" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 7 0:45:37 UCAC4 155693951 APASS OK mv: 13.28 C2: UCAC4 155683570 APASS OK mv: 13.397 A 13.3mv QUASAR!
STF 3028D23h 38m 34.15s35 1' 59.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 14 2:20:11An OK pair, in tonight's Pickering 4 skies. None of my eyepieces showed any diffraction pattern. WDS data: 7.07 - 9.98mv, A2, 200 pa, 14.8", 2007.
NGC 205N0h 40m 24s41 41' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 14 2:30:43A faint smudge, but plain in the 24mm, and still visible in the 12.5, taking up about half of a field in that eyepiece. It's a clear, but unsteady night.
STF 44D0h 38m 26.47s40 59' 9.3" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 14 2:35:26A nice, wide pair. WDS data: 9.16 - 9.88mv, K0, 274 pa, 12.4", 2010.
SX AndV1h 33m 35.89s46 31' 13" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 14 2:41:4 C1: UCAC4 160204138 APASS OK mv: 10.551, C2: UCAC4 160177416 APASS OK mv: 9.904. A 9.9mv red star.
NGC 278N0h 52m 6s47 33' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 14 2:51:19A faint, but obvious, round patch in tonight's clear sky.
RV CasV0h 52m 42.79s47 24' 56" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 14 3:0:39C1: UCAC4 161133433 APASS OK mv: 13.028 C2: UCAC4 161128532 APASS OK mv: 13.389. A 13.4mv star. At the limit of visibility.
RZ PerV1h 29m 42.19s50 51' 24" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 14 3:22:51UCAC4 164954928 is double, and not in the WDS. RZ Per is 12.8mv. Stars fainter than 14.0 magnitude were seen.
R AriV2h 16m 6.81s25 3' 28.48" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 14 3:33:11 C1: UCAC4 134734890 APASS OK mv: 12.302 C2: UCAC4 134782603 APASS OK mv: 12.502 A 12.5mv star.
NGC 891N2h 22m 36s42 21' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 14 3:39:0The nucleus only was glimpsed!
S TriV2h 27m 19.49s32 44' 23" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 14 3:45:30C1: UCAC4 144890125 APASS OK mv: 10.263 C2: UCAC4 144995539 OK mv: 11.219. A 10.3mv star.
ES 2407D2h 28m 4.53s32 52' 15.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 14 3:46:56A faint, wide double. WDS data: 10.47 - 10.7mv, U, 282 pa, 6.7", 2008.
RX PerV3h 51m 16.19s33 2' 7" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 14 3:56:12C1: UCAC4 145304681 APASS OK mv: 11.131 C2: UCAC4 145197247 APASS OK mv: 11.36. An 11.1mv star.
COU 1838D22h 34m 30.18s40 46' 29" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 15 1:8:59I see a eef companion, 180° from the WDS reading. WDS data: 7.2 - 9.2mv, B1.5V, 165 pa, 1.1", 2007.
HJ 1786ABD22h 34m 30.18s40 46' 29.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 15 1:12:56A lackluster, wide double. WDS data: 7.00 - 9.64mv, U, 225 pa, 43.4", 2003.
HJ 968D22h 39m 30.74s36 54' 56.7" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 15 1:16:0An OK, unequal, pair. WDS data: 8.74 - 9.59mv, A5, 109 pa, 4.4", 2009.
BU 176D22h 42m 29.96s39 18' 39.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 15 1:25:48A nice, close pair. WDS data: 9.49 - 9.91mv, U, 54 pa, 2.4", 2010.
STF 2945D22h 49m 41.25s31 18' 39.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 15 1:31:0An exqusite pair. WDS data: 9.06 - 9.11mv, F0, 299 pa, 4.2", 2011.
HLD 54D22h 50m 40.5s51 6' 57.8" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 15 1:40:32A close pair of faint stars. WDS data: 8.74 - 9.55mv, A0, 17 pa, 1.9", 2007.
BU 1332ABD22h 50m 56s53 2' 38.3" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 15 1:46:57A difficult pair, in tonight's Pickering 6 skies. WDS data: 9.26 - 9.53mv, F2, 129 pa, 1.5", 2009.
STF 3006ABD23h 21m 13.22s35 26' 39.49" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 15 1:52:25A very nice pair. WDS data: 9.19 - 9.98mv, K5, 152 pa, 6.9", 2010.
STF 29D0h 25m 18.74s32 30' 12.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 15 1:55:52A lovely pair. WDS data: 9.44 - 9.81mv, F8, 167 pa, 5.4", 2003.
VX AndV0h 19m 54.09s44 42' 35" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 15 2:43:48 C1: UCAC4 302986 APASS Poor coordinates mv: 8.48 C2: UCAC4 158432848 APASS Poor coordinates mv: 8.658 An 8.6mv red star.
SS CasV0h 9m 36.49s51 34' 1" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 15 2:52:6C1: UCAC4 165377729 APASS OK mv: 13.638 C2: UCAC4 165319382 APASS OK mv: 12.762. A 13.3mv star.
V AndV0h 50m 6.29s35 39' 10" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 15 3:4:40 C1: UCAC4 148217139 APASS OK mv: 12.855 C2: UCAC4 148208093 APASS OK mv: 13.169 Perhaps glimpsed 14.0mv
NGC 7662N23h 25m 54s42 33' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 15 3:15:53A uniform blue grey disk.
HJ 1352D18h 50m 3.28s29 48' 55" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 17 20:20:22A lackluster, wide pair. The companion is very difficult to see in tonight's almost-full-moon skies. It looks more like 11.5mv, not 10.0. Invisible in the 24 and 12.5, I only saw it in the 6 and 9. WDS data: 7.8 - 10.0mv, A0III, 249 pa, 13.7", 2006.
HU 946D19h 32m 22.43s34 17' 2.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 17 20:28:45An OK, unequal pair. I see 230° pa. WDS data: 8.21 - 9.93mv, G0, 215 pa, 8.5", 2010.
AG 260D20h 38m 9.42s25 10' 51.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 17 20:35:13An OK unequal pair. The earlier star tonight, whose secondary was marked at 10.0mv, was probably in error. This one was easy to see. WDS data: 8.38 - 10.0mv, G5, 217 pa, 9.3", 2002.
ARG 93D20h 46m 55.48s32 51' 50.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 17 20:44:31A nice, unequal, pair. WDS data: 8.30 - 9.59mv, A0, 88 pa, 10.9", 2002.
STT 419D20h 54m 42s37 4' 25.3" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 17 20:48:47A difficult pair, but split in the 6. Hard in the others. WDS data: 7.20 - 9.97mv, A0, 25 pa, 1.7", 2010.
COU 1621D19h 31m 54.66s33 22' 38.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 17 20:55:1Another difficult pair whose secondary seems fainter than its listed 9.9mv. WDS data: 8.9 - 9.9mv, A5, 295 pa, 2.1", 2000.
AG 239D19h 47m 50.63s51 53' 57.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 17 20:59:54An OK, wide, unequal pair. WDS data: 8.72 - 9.85mv, G5, 239 pa, 16.0", 2010.
BRT 2256D20h 12m 5.17s44 1' 52.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 17 21:12:12A very difficult pair, as it's about 2mv fainter than marked. WDS data: 9.2 - 9.7mv, A, 25 pa, 3.3", 2006.
STF 635D5h 7m 52.35s54 59' 12.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 19 4:51:22A very close pair. A clean split in both the 6 and 9. WDS data: 8.56 - 8.82mv, B9.5V, 303 pa, 1.0", 2006.
COU 2577D4h 54m 13.68s49 34' 52" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 19 4:59:43The wider pair, STF 603, was trivial. The primary of STF 603, COU 2577, was not split. Not even a hint, and the seeing is Pickering 7. WDS data: 8.5 - 9.0mv, G0, 106 pa, 1.1", 2010.
BU 9002D5h 18m 10.18s37 39' 0.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 19 5:8:41A very difficult pair. The secondary came and went in the Pickering 4-8 skies. WDS data: 7.99 - 9.72mv, B8, 68 pa, 2.7", 1991.
J 652D5h 20m 43.38s33 50' 22.8" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 19 5:16:54A faint pair. 2mv fainter than it's WDS magnitudes. WDS data: 9.4 - 9.5mv, U, 355 pa, 3.7", 2008.
ES 332ABD5h 21m 21.75s33 23' 7.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 19 5:21:1A nice, wide pair. WDS data: 8.87 - 9.55mv, U, 213 pa, 14.8", 2004.
COU 1621D19h 31m 54.66s33 22' 38.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 20 20:29:38I see the elongation in these Pickering 4 skies. WDS data: 8.9 - 9.9mv, A5, 295 pa, 2.1", 2000.
RT CygV19h 43m 37.79s48 46' 41" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 20 20:49:20UCAC4 305595 APASS Poor coordinates mv: 5.875 A 6.5mv pale red star.
STF 2600D19h 55m 14.6s22 30' 9.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 20 21:22:28The secondary is quite faint, in these moonwashed skies. WDS data: 8.75 - 9.93mv, F5, 55 pa, 3.1", 2004.
HU 350D19h 51m 34.82s20 8' 38.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 20 21:27:11A lovely, faint pair. WDS data: 9.35 - 9.77mv, A2, 45 pa, 3.3", 2008.
STH 5D19h 5m 45.65s38 31' 5" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 23 20:9:44A wide pair. WDS data: 9.25 - 10.0mv, F5, 343 pa, 18.6", 2006.
COU 1621D19h 31m 54.66s33 22' 38.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 23 20:19:45An extremly difficult pair. Elongated with the 2.8, and that with difficulty. Single at other powers. WDS data: 8.9 - 9.9mv, A5, 295 pa, 2.1", 2000.
ES 2297ABD19h 37m 28.79s33 32' 31.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 23 20:26:32The secondary is not 9.4, but more liked 12.5mv. PA and sep OK. WDS data: 9.14 - 9.4mv, U, 182 pa, 7.5", 2002.
SS CygV21h 42m 42.72s43 35' 6.83" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 23 20:38:23UCAC4 157043140 APASS OK mv: 9.07 UCAC4 157179817 APASS OK mv: 9.695 An 8.9mv white star.
TY CygV19h 33m 51.89s28 19' 44" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 23 20:55:58Field not found!
V CygV20h 41m 18.2s48 8' 28.15" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 23 21:6:41UCAC4 161814563 APASS OK mv: 8.945 UCAC4 161316184 APASS OK mv: 8.702 8.7mv pale red star.
STF 2496ABD19h 15m 19.18s50 4' 16" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 24 20:28:17In the dancing diffraction pattern, there is a bright spot in the first ring in the proper PA. Not an easy pair! WDS data: 6.46 - 10.00mv, G8III, 80 pa, 2.1", 1991.
BRT 2256D20h 12m 5.17s44 1' 52.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 24 20:35:26About 2mv fainter than listed in the WDS. WDS data: 9.2 - 9.7mv, A, 25 pa, 3.3", 2006.
STF 2349ABD18h 36m 37.33s33 28' 8.49" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 24 20:44:1An OK, quite unequal pair. WDS data: 5.39 - 9.4mv, B8II-IIIp, 204 pa, 7.4", 2006.
J 525D18h 38m 31.42s29 37' 7" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 24 20:47:43An eef pair, as with most J pairs, 2mv fainter than listed. WDS data: 9.2 - 9.4mv, U, 69 pa, 3.1", 2007.
AG 261D20h 38m 10.67s31 8' 34.4" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 24 20:54:52A nice, but faint, pair. WDS data: 9.37 - 9.98mv, G5, 155 pa, 4.4", 2009.
TY CygV19h 33m 51.89s28 19' 44" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 24 21:9:9UCAC4 138910907 APASS OK mv: 13.307 UCAC4 138870223 APASS OK mv: 13.573 Below 14.0mv
HO 591D20h 17m 31.17s27 54' 4.89" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 24 21:13:58A faint pair, 1.5mv fainter than reported in the WDS. WDS data: 9.5 - 10.0mv, U, 294 pa, 2.8", 2001.
ES 1449D20h 45m 13.5s43 37' 23.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 24 21:23:42A very nice pair, part of a beautiful right triangle astrism in the 24mm. WDS data: 9.43 - 9.94mv, A, 57 pa, 6.4", 2004.
BU 67D20h 50m 36.05s30 54' 45.7" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 24 21:31:25A difficult pair! WDS data: 6.85 - 9.87mv, A8III, 306 pa, 1.6", 1999.
ES 249D20h 47m 36.46s34 23' 52.3" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 24 21:40:32The primary is 10.5mv, and the secondary is more like 12.5mv. I saw 35.5 pa, 7.6" sep. WDS data: 9.0 - 10.0mv, U, 25 pa, 7.6", 2008.
STT 423D20h 55m 17.96s42 30' 48.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 24 21:47:57An OK, unequal pair. Best in the 9mm. WDS data: 7.12 - 9.64mv, B9, 76 pa, 2.8", 2006.
SEI 1565D20h 58m 49.16s35 30' 25" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 24 22:4:15Star found, but no sign of the companion. A WDS error. WDS data: 8.5 - 10.0mv, F8, 100 pa, 4.1", 1896.
BU 1329AB CD21h 0m 26s34 10' 42" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 24 22:14:4An OK, unequal pair. WDS data: 8.2 - 9.6mv, U, 32 pa, 6.6", 2000.
STF 2419D18h 55m 28.52s29 13' 35.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 26 19:50:50An exquisite pair. WDS data: 9.13 - 9.44mv, F2, 177 pa, 3.4", 2008.
STF 2430D18h 59m 22.09s29 36' 11.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 26 19:57:51A very nice, very close, pair. WDS data: 9.07 - 9.18mv, G0, 187 pa, 1.5", 2009.
STF 2451D19h 2m 58.14s51 35' 22.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 26 20:10:13A close, but very nice pair. WDS data: 9.29 - 9.47mv, F8, 84 pa, 1.6", 2010.
STF 2454ABD19h 6m 9.36s30 26' 18.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 26 20:20:10A very nice, close pair. WDS data: 8.34 - 9.72mv, K0, 290 pa, 1.4", 2010.
STF 2469ABD19h 7m 47.59s38 55' 41.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 26 20:23:59An OK, close pair. WDS data: 7.93 - 9.13mv, A3, 125 pa, 1.3", 2010.
STF 2466ABD19h 7m 53.71s29 48' 2.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 26 20:26:52A very nice, if somewhat faint and unequal pair. WDS data: 8.57 - 9.02mv, A0, 102 pa, 2.4", 2009.
STF 2481A BCD19h 11m 7.9s38 46' 48" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 26 20:32:13A superb pair. WDS data: 8.39 - 8.31mv, G6V, 20 pa, 4.6", 2010.
V449 CygV19h 53m 21s33 57' 1" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 26 21:7:31UCAC4 294067 APASS High proper motion mv: 7.908 UCAC4 293716 APASS Poor coordinates mv: 6.93 A 7.9mv star, barely red.
J 785ACD20h 16m 28.88s34 4' 8.8" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 28 20:10:46A faint pair of stars, but the magnitudes are not that far off for a J pair, only 1.2 mv fainter than reported! WDS data: 9.5 - 10.0mv, U, 12 pa, 9.8", 2000.
HJ 1395ABD19h 25m 8.7s37 7' 26" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 30 19:53:5A faint, but delightful pair. WDS data: 9.48 - 9.54mv, A0, 63 pa, 2.8", 2009.
HO 450ABD19h 26m 5.94s38 48' 49.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 30 20:6:6An elongated blob in the 2.8, but there was a hint of a split in the 6. I saw 286.2 pa, 1.2" sep. WDS data: 8.47 - 9.53mv, F5, 264 pa, 1.0", 2010.
BU 143D19h 29m 55.28s49 30' 31.4" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 30 20:12:2An OK, unequal pair. WDS data: 8.38 - 9.48mv, B9, 191 pa, 2.2", 2009.
STF 2542ABD19h 31m 57.62s52 59' 6.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 30 20:16:24A nice, wide, faint pair. WDS data: 8.86 - 9.61mv, A1:A3:, 254 pa, 11.9", 2004.
COU 1621D19h 31m 54.66s33 22' 38.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 30 20:32:36The companion was barely glimpsed in the 6mm. It's much fainter than 9.9mv, I estimate it at 12.7mv. WDS data: 8.9 - 9.9mv, A5, 295 pa, 2.1", 2000.
HU 946D19h 32m 22.43s34 17' 2.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 30 20:37:25An OK, unequal pair. I estimate the the companion is 10.9mv, not 9.9mv. WDS data: 8.21 - 9.93mv, G0, 215 pa, 8.5", 2010.
ES 2297ABD19h 37m 28.79s33 32' 31.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 30 20:49:8The primary is 9.1mv, but the secondary is more like 12.2mv, not 9.4mv. WDS data: 9.14 - 9.4mv, U, 182 pa, 7.5", 2002.
A 281ABD20h 10m 36.85s34 52' 3.9" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 30 21:15:35A lovely pair in a rich area of the Milky Way. WDS data: 9.01 - 9.45mv, F7V, 173 pa, 4.2", 2008.
STT 541D20h 10m 38.34s33 37' 50" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 30 21:23:51A close pair, and made more difficult in that the secondary is not 9.7mv, but closer to 11.5mv. WDS data: 8.43 - 9.73mv, U, 183 pa, 1.8", 1999.
A 1418D20h 11m 37.67s38 52' 47" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 30 21:34:29The secondary was barely glimpsed. I estimate it to be 12mv or fainter. WDS data: 7.72 - 9.89mv, G5II, 326 pa, 3.1", 2002.
BRT 2256D20h 12m 5.17s44 1' 52.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 9 30 21:42:31A difficult pair, as it's fainter than the WDS 9.2mv. It's more liked 11.0mv. WDS data: 9.2 - 9.7mv, A, 25 pa, 3.3", 2006.
STF 1965D15h 39m 22.67s36 38' 9" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 1 19:53:18A superb pair of blue white stars, a delightful revisit! WDS data: 4.96 - 5.91mv, B7VB9V, 306 pa, 6.0", 2010 seen.
J 765D18h 49m 11.94s33 25' 51.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 1 20:1:20As is typical of the J pairs, 2mv fainter than the WDS mv. WDS data: 9.3 - 9.5mv, U, 333 pa, 2.3", 2000.
AG 409D20h 33m 54.23s40 33' 52.69" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 1 20:8:20An OK, wide pair. WDS data: 9.40 - 9.92mv, F5, 267 pa, 9.9", 2004.
ES 673D20h 53m 55.95s46 29' 37.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 1 20:13:4Another pair 2mv fainter than the WDS magnitudes. Best with averted vision! WDS data: 9.5 - 9.7mv, U, 76 pa, 5.1", 2003.
AG 414D21h 8m 9.82s40 54' 35.7" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 1 20:17:55A nice, faint pair. The 12.6mv star 1' to the north west was also seen. WDS data: 9.33 - 9.62mv, F5F5, 105 pa, 5.4", 2004.
BRT 1146D21h 11m 4.31s45 29' 26.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 1 20:27:18A close, averted vision pair, about 1mv fainter that the WDS magnitudes. WDS data: 9.5 - 9.6mv, U, 351 pa, 2.5", 2001.
HJ 1624D21h 11m 56.58s48 38' 10.3" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 1 20:31:59The primary magnitude is accurate, more or less, but the secondary is not 10.0. More liked 12.6mv. WDS data: 9.33 - 10.0mv, F3IV, 189 pa, 5.9", 2004.
HO 153D21h 17m 39.55s33 45' 29.8" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 1 20:44:16A very close pair, barely split in the 6, A mostly elongated blob in the 2.8, except in moments of good seeing. WDS data: 8.50 - 9.55mv, A5, 127 pa, 1.0", 2009.
LDS 2511D21h 20m 36.86s42 14' 54" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 1 20:59:7This star looks single to me. There is certianly no 9.7mv companion at 3" from the primary. WDS data: 9.47 - 9.7mv, F5, 40 pa, 3.0", 1954.
HJ 1645D21h 24m 50.25s50 15' 1" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 1 21:8:3A lackluster pair. Companion dim. WDS data: 8.86 - 9.9mv, G0, 36 pa, 8.1", 2011.
A 1220D21h 25m 9.28s31 28' 38.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 1 21:26:4S 71341 appears to be double. 100° pa, 20" sep. WDS data: 9.39 - 9.72mv, F8, 159 pa, 1.5", 2009.
A 1220D21h 25m 9.28s31 28' 38.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 1 21:32:51A faint pair that appears wider than it's WDS measure of 1.5°. WDS data: 9.39 - 9.72mv, F8, 159 pa, 1.5", 2009.
HLD 45D21h 30m 21.53s35 3' 40.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 1 21:40:16A close, but easily split pair. WDS data: 9.30 - 9.73mv, A0, 198 pa, 1.2", 2009.
BU 370ABD21h 32m 16.32s52 45' 1.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 1 21:45:55A lovely pair in a beautiful field. WDS data: 8.76 - 9.62mv, A0, 325 pa, 3.3", 2010.
HDS 3070D21h 33m 55.41s50 45' 3.89" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 1 21:56:8A nice, but rather faint pair. WDS data: 9.42 - 9.49mv, B8, 348 pa, 5.4", 2004.
BU 379D22h 20m 35.23s53 48' 53.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 1 22:2:54A nice close pair, well split in the 9 and 6mm. WDS data: 8.82 - 9.38mv, A3, 332 pa, 1.1", 2009.
ES 687D22h 25m 38.72s48 7' 43.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 1 22:17:34A rather nice, faint pair. WDS data: 9.45 - 9.88mv, U, 267 pa, 4.4", 2009.
STF 2303D18h 20m 5.14s-7 58' 52.9" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 2 21:22:58A very difficult, unequal pair. WDS data: 6.62 - 9.25mv, F2V, 240 pa, 1.6", 1991.
STF 2397D18h 47m 13.08s31 24' 20.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 2 21:27:6A faint, difficult pair. The companion is not 9.08mv, as stated by the WDS, but 11.5mv. WDS data: 7.47 - 9.08mv, G3III, 267 pa, 3.9", 2009.
A 1181D19h 26m 56.74s12 3' 43.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 2 21:36:1Star found, but not split. WDS data: 7.29 - 8.83mv, A1IV, 199 pa, 0.7", 2009.
NGC 6842N19h 55m 0s29 17' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 2 21:42:10Not visible. Field found, and stars to 12.7mv were visible. Not the planetary. It'll need the 28cm!
HJ 2918ABD20h 1m 51.77s-17 33' 0.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 2 21:52:31The star was found, but the companion, if it exists at all, is fainter that 12mv. Aladin/DSS: There is an 8.0mv star here, with a single set of diffraction spikes. A second 8.34mv star would have caused multiple spikes to be seen and an aspherical center spot which were not visible. WDS data: 8.00 - 8.34mv, A3V, 135 pa, 15.8", 2007.
HJ 3003D20h 53m 1.16s-23 46' 59.69" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 2 22:2:5Star found, and perhaps split, in tonight's Pickering 6 skies. WDS data: 6.57 - 8.57mv, K0III, 194 pa, 1.5", 2009.
BU 75ABD21h 55m 31.42s10 52' 49.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 2 22:22:39A lovely, but very close pair. WDS data: 8.40 - 8.56mv, G5, 23 pa, 1.0", 2009.
STF 2868D22h 9m 22s22 32' 46.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 2 22:28:19A very close, but nice pair. WDS data: 8.87 - 9.38mv, F4III, 353 pa, 1.1", 2008.
BU 476D22h 14m 6.05s31 24' 6.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 2 22:50:27A nice, close pair. WDS data: 9.50 - 9.82mv, A2, 93 pa, 2.8", 2009.
ES 1587D22h 19m 0.39s41 6' 35.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 2 23:5:3A faint pair, the companion is not 9.6mv, but 11.5mv. WDS data: 9.5 - 9.6mv, U, 301 pa, 4.1", 2011.
NGC 7296N22h 28m 12s52 17' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 2 23:23:57A very loose cluster of about 15 stars, 11.0mv...
ARG 44D22h 34m 19.71s50 23' 29" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 2 23:30:48A lovely pair of 9mv stars. WDS data: 9.22 - 9.24mv, U, 169 pa, 7.4", 2004.
STF 2910D22h 28m 13.24s23 31' 57.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 2 23:36:32A nice 9mv pair. WDS data: 9.05 - 9.67mv, K0IV, 333 pa, 5.5", 2008.
HO 475ABD22h 32m 45.51s26 24' 32.7" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 2 23:44:48A very close, difficult pair. WDS data: 9.34 - 9.62mv, F5, 305 pa, 1.1", 2009.
STF 2934D22h 41m 51.68s21 25' 53" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 2 23:49:14A close, but well split pair. Best in the 6mm. WDS data: 8.64 - 9.55mv, G0, 58 pa, 1.4", 2009.
HLD 56D22h 59m 42.13s41 49' 25.19" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 2 23:56:12A very close pair, perhaps closer than it's 2006 reading of 1.2". WDS data: 9.29 - 9.39mv, F5, 93 pa, 1.2", 2006.
STF 3012ABD23h 27m 33.15s16 37' 22.9" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 3 0:0:32With STF 3013, a superb double double star! WDS data: 9.47 - 9.82mv, G0, 191 pa, 2.8", 2010.
STF 3013D23h 27m 33.13s16 37' 20" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 3 0:1:49With STF 3012, a superb double double! WDS data: 9.82 - 8.51mv, U, 64 pa, 52.5", 2010.
HJ 1523D20h 29m 28.38s41 0' 13.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 13 20:34:49An OK, wide pair. WDS data: 9.20 - 9.89mv, F0, 341 pa, 11.8", 2010.
J 512D20h 41m 26.48s25 1' 22.7" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 13 20:45:12More an elongation than a split, a pair of 11.5mv stars, barely visible in this moonwashed, damp sky. WDS data: 9.5 - 9.8mv, U, 88 pa, 2.3", 2011.
HO 157D21h 23m 0.22s32 1' 37.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 13 20:50:20A very nice pair. WDS data: 9.11 - 9.64mv, F2, 26 pa, 3.5", 2003.
BU 680ABD21h 5m 30.82s53 40' 5.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 13 21:0:5A difficult elongation. Single in the 12.5 and 9, barely elongated in the 6, sometimes split in the 2.8. WDS data: 8.70 - 9.38mv, A0, 284 pa, 0.6", 2008.
BU 289ABD21h 18m 18.19s34 55' 36.19" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 13 21:8:33An extremely difficult pair. It only elongated in the 2.8. WDS data: 9.13 - 9.66mv, F8, 127 pa, 0.8", 2009.
SEI 1516D21h 26m 47.67s37 31' 3" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 13 21:15:18The star appears single, in all eyepieces. The pair HEI 9004 was missed, too. 2017 May update: The Aladin/DSS image shows a weird double spike but only on the southern spike. WDS data: 7.8 - 9.6mv, K0, 335 pa, 3.9", 1895.
A 769D21h 30m 46.22s47 51' 43.8" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 13 21:24:49A very close pair, elongated, not split. WDS data: 9.17 - 9.23mv, A2, 291 pa, 0.7", 2008.
COU 1481D21h 35m 34.89s34 46' 20.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 13 21:34:22Not split. WDS data: 9.44 - 9.76mv, K0, 172 pa, 0.6", 2009.
HO 608D21h 46m 48.93s27 18' 9.7" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 13 21:39:35Only elongated in the 2.8. The limit of what this telescope can do. WDS data: 8.98 - 9.90mv, F2, 127 pa, 0.6", 2010.
HO 171D21h 52m 8.95s27 48' 2.19" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 13 21:44:56A close pair, split in the 6, and well elongated in the 2.8. WDS data: 9.36 - 9.50mv, A3, 342 pa, 0.7", 2010.
COU 1473D20h 2m 41.33s29 38' 49.69" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 14 19:54:37Elongated with the 2.8, invisible in all others. A difficult pair! WDS data: 9.49 - 9.73mv, A7II, 347 pa, 0.6", 2007.
A 393D20h 26m 46.32s28 4' 4.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 14 20:6:51Barely elongated with the 6, obvious with the 2.8. A difficult pair. WDS data: 9.21 - 9.95mv, A0, 219 pa, 0.5", 2007.
HO 124D20h 18m 50.62s42 43' 49.3" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 14 20:17:50A very tight pair, it's moved a bit since its last observtion in the WDS. I saw 20.0 pa, 0.9" sep. WDS data: 9.05 - 9.94mv, A, 357 pa, 0.9", 2010.
BU 155ABD20h 51m 5.41s51 25' 1.7" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 14 20:22:49Well split in the 2.8 and 6. The first diffraction ring faintly surrounds both stars. Pickering 7 seeing. WDS data: 7.36 - 8.13mv, A9IV, 40 pa, 0.7", 2010.
BU 991D22h 13m 35.36s52 33' 50.8" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 14 20:38:39Barely split in both the 2.8 and 6. Very difficult. WDS data: 9.21 - 9.05mv, B9, 138 pa, 0.7", 2007.
BU 991D22h 13m 35.36s52 33' 50.8" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 14 20:41:7A faint pair is to be found 30" WSW of BU 991. 11mv, pa 87°, sep 9". Perhaps not in the WDS. WDS data: 9.21 - 9.05mv, B9, 138 pa, 0.7", 2007.
BU 991D22h 13m 35.36s52 33' 50.8" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 14 20:49:33The star 15' NNW of BU 991 appears to be double, too. U 166423356. 10.7- 10.7. 275° pa, 11' sep. WDS data: 9.21 - 9.05mv, B9, 138 pa, 0.7", 2007.
IC 1434N22h 10m 30s52 50' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 14 21:1:3A loose spray of around 20 stars. 4 9mv stars, and the rest 11mv...
ES 1259D17h 52m 9.76s46 56' 32.7" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 18 20:49:51The primary is as advertised. The secondary is much fainter, only visible in the 6mm, and is more like 12mv, not 10. The UCAC4 magnitude for the companion is 11.5mv. WDS data: 9.23 - 10.0mv, U, 220 pa, 6.6", 2006.
ES 1337ABD21h 31m 37.44s44 21' 32.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 18 21:0:17Both secondaries listed in the WDS found. The one at 151° pa, 23" is accurate at around 12mv, and the one at 264° pa is about 13mv, not 10mv. There is no UCAC4 mv for the close, faint companion. WDS data: 9.03 - 10.0mv, U, 264 pa, 6.0", 1998.
ROE 47D22h 32m 21s39 45' 25" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 18 21:18:59As per the WDS, but 2mv fainter! Barely visible in tonight's full moon skies. UCAC4 gives their magnitudes as 11.4 - 11.4mv. WDS data: 9.5 - 9.9mv, U, 177 pa, 6.5", 2009.
HO 175ABD22h 0m 55.65s43 38' 6.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 18 21:30:19The brighter secondary was observed, the fainter one was not visible. The UCAC4 puts the fainter secondary at 13.9mv, not the WDS's 12.7. WDS data: 7.86 - 9.55mv, A5, 315 pa, 0.9", 2009.
HO 180ABD22h 15m 48.58s43 54' 2.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 18 21:35:55A very difficult split, only visible in the 2.8mm. WDS data: 7.92 - 8.73mv, B7III, 240 pa, 0.8", 2007.
MLB 530D20h 11m 33.09s28 45' 43" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 20 19:25:43Another pair fainter than the WDS lists. This is about 11mv - 12mv. WDS data: 9.5 - 10.0mv, U, 30 pa, 8.3", 2006.
BU 159ABD21h 10m 30.96s47 41' 32" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 20 19:44:3There is a persistant brightening of the primary's first diffraction ring in the pa of the secondary. It wanders by +/- 50°, but centers around 315°. Hardly a "split" but a detection, none the less. WDS data: 6.55 - 9.07mv, B6IV, 313 pa, 1.2", 2003.
BU 656D19h 38m 51.51s51 50' 3.3" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 20 19:56:18A close, but well split pair. Best in the 6. There is a faint, wide pair 35' ESE of BU 656 that is not in the WDS. 12 - 12.3mv, 358° pa, 10" sep. WDS data: 8.75 - 9.65mv, G5, 271 pa, 0.9", 2009.
HO 463D21h 36m 11.13s42 53' 7.4" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 20 20:9:51Barely elongated in the 2.8mm. The position angle was seen as 180°. WDS data: 8.97 - 9.38mv, A2, 179 pa, 0.5", 2008. A faint pair at 21:36:47.2 43:18:4.1, 115° pa, 15" sep. The proper motions were dissimilar.
AG 418D21h 34m 37.26s43 22' 14.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 20 20:20:9A lovely, wide, unequal pair. WDS data: 9.26 - 10.23mv, G0, 113 pa, 13.8", 2004.
AG 418D21h 34m 37.26s43 22' 14.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 20 20:22:37A possible triple at 21 36 26, 43 36 42. 11 - 12mv stars. WDS data: 9.26 - 10.23mv, G0, 113 pa, 13.8", 2004.
STT 398ABD20h 7m 23.68s35 43' 5.9" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 21 19:10:21There is a subtle brightening of the primary's first diffraction ring at ~90° pa. Not a real split in tonight's Pickering 4 skies. WDS data: 7.45 - 9.20mv, B0IV, 81 pa, 0.9", 2009.
FG VulV20h 34m 33s28 16' 51" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 21 19:19:33UCAC4 138678548 APASS OK mv: 9.122 UCAC4 138983325 APASS OK mv: 8.331 A 9.1mv star, very pale red.
U CygV20h 19m 36.35s47 53' 37.84" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 21 19:24:20UCAC4 305575 APASS High proper motion mv: 7.949 UCAC4 161531500 APASS OK mv: 8.295 Ruddy as always, 8.2mv.
TW CygV21h 5m 59.69s29 24' 21" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 21 19:35:31UCAC4 140316463 Poor proper motion mv: 12.153 UCAC4 140235924 APASS OK mv: 13.197 Fainter than 13.0mv
UX CygV20h 55m 5.49s30 24' 52" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 21 19:44:18UCAC4 141675740 OK mv: 12.539 UCAC4 141607250 OK mv: 12.929 Below 13.0mv
COU 1946D19h 55m 6.19s36 11' 1.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 22 19:9:7Not split in any eyepiece. Perhaps it's closed up? WDS data: 8.8 - 10.0mv, K2, 173 pa, 0.9", 2007.
STT 400D20h 10m 13.31s43 56' 44.19" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 22 19:16:27There was an elongation in the expected pa. A very difficult pair! WDS data: 7.60 - 9.83mv, G3V, 333 pa, 0.6", 2010.
HJ 1543D20h 35m 0.82s33 22' 35.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 22 19:24:46A nice, wide pair of equally bright stars. WDS data: 9.35 - 9.72mv, G0, 26 pa, 16.8", 2004.
STT 413ABD20h 47m 24.53s36 29' 26.7" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 22 19:36:2A very difficult pair. A brightening of the primary's first diffraction ring was noticed in ~5 pa. WDS data: 4.73 - 6.26mv, U, 5 pa, 0.9", 2010.
GYL 49D21h 14m 16.14s34 1' 53.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 22 19:44:9An OK, wide pair. The secondary is 11.5mv, not 10mv. WDS data: 9.0 - 10.0mv, A5, 148 pa, 16.5", 2011.
J 2346D21h 23m 41.88s33 57' 18.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 22 19:49:33A faint pair, 2mv fainter than the WDS visual magnitudes. WDS data: 9.5 - 9.7mv, U, 227 pa, 4.1", 2004.
COU 122D20h 10m 28.03s25 2' 56.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 24 19:12:9An extremely difficult split. I elongate it at 5°. WDS data: 7.24 - 9.91mv, A0, 355 pa, 0.6", 2007.
A 765ABD21h 23m 50.17s47 9' 52.4" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 24 19:24:43An extremly difficult pair, barely elongated in the 2.8. WDS data: 9.02 - 7.33mv, B0V, 26 pa, 0.5", 2004.
HO 179ABD22h 12m 37.85s30 12' 34.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 24 19:33:30Elongated best with the 2.8mm. A very difficult pair. WDS data: 8.64 - 9.41mv, F5, 280 pa, 0.9", 2010.
HU 595D22h 17m 20.26s50 48' 33.4" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 24 19:42:15A pair at the limit of what the sky, the C-8, and my aging eyes can do. Very difficult pair. WDS data: 8.88 - 9.58mv, A2, 221 pa, 0.6", 2003.
BU 1216D22h 20m 12.75s29 31' 7.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 24 19:51:37A difficult pair! Barely elongated in the 6mm, better in the 2.8mm. WDS data: 8.61 - 9.21mv, F5, 278 pa, 0.9", 2010.
RV PegV22h 25m 36.79s30 28' 21" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 24 20:2:7UCAC4 141730487 APASS OK mv: 13.271 UCAC4 141695514 APASS OK mv: 13.565 A 13.3mv star. Very faint!
HT LacV22h 5m 16.49s46 44' 41" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 24 20:29:38Field not found!
HT LacV22h 5m 16.49s46 44' 41" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 25 19:29:48UCAC4 304946 APASS Poor coordinates mv: 8.691 UCAC4 160803842 APASS Poor coordinates mv: 8.729 A 7.0mv star. Pale orange.
A 368D19h 35m 0.82s29 47' 1.3" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 25 19:50:28Elongated in the 2.8mm. Needless to say, a difficult pair! WDS data: 9.18 - 9.17mv, F2V, 153 pa, 0.5", 2009.
WEI 38ABD22h 23m 43.67s40 54' 8.49" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 25 19:59:2A lovely, if a bit faint pair. A fainter star 11.5mv, 0.5' north of the pair, makes it a triple. Aladin, UCAC4: The star just north of the pair has a different proper motion than the pair iteslf. WDS data: 9.01 - 9.78mv, K0, 53 pa, 6.7", 2011.
STT 476A BCD22h 43m 4.32s47 10' 7" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 25 20:7:52A close pair, at 0.5". Only elongated in the 2.8mm. WDS data: 7.37 - 7.06mv, A1VG:, 301 pa, 0.5", 2007.
ES 2203D22h 44m 17.84s34 43' 29.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 25 20:25:6I see a pair here, not exactly matched by the other star in the field, but at 60° pa. Aladin/DSS: The blured images seems to confirm the 60° reading. WDS data: 9.5 - 9.6mv, U, 97 pa, 2.1", 2009.
SAN 3D22h 44m 58.5s49 28' 52.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 25 20:47:40Star found, but the companion is 13mv, not 8.9mv! WDS data: 9.3 - 8.9mv, N, 323 pa, 5.4", 2009.
A 189ABD22h 46m 59.35s44 46' 22.6" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 25 20:54:21A very difficult pair, only well elongated in the 2.8mm. WDS data: 8.99 - 9.16mv, A0, 26 pa, 0.9", 2009.
EV LacV22h 46m 49.69s44 20' 2" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 25 21:5:41UCAC4 157765997 APASS OK mv: 9.838 UCAC4 157777840 APASS OK mv: 10.703 A 10.3mv star.
TV AndV22h 58m 3s42 44' 11" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 25 21:11:15UCAC4 156152997 APASS OK mv: 10.928 UCAC4 156117318 APASS OK mv: 10.318 A 10.2mv star.
MLB 1065D6h 7m 3.09s41 45' 41" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 26 5:4:32The secondary is 11.7mv, not 10. A lackluster pair. WDS data: 8.77 - 9.1mv, F8, 239 pa, 10.0", 2011.
STF 830ABD6h 3m 26.55s27 38' 32.69" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 26 5:12:14A nice pair, with an 11mv star 30" south, making it a triple. Aladin/UCAC4: The star to the south has the same proper motion as the pair, and it's own entry in the WDS. WDS data: 8.90 - 9.55mv, F2, 263 pa, 11.6", 2007.
HJ 5467D6h 3m 38.61s27 39' 38.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 26 5:14:22A faint pair, NE of STF 830. WDS data: 10.7 - 11.6mv, U, 155 pa, 10.1", 2008.
STF 905ABD6h 28m 53.76s40 7' 11.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 26 5:21:43A difficult pair in tonight's Pickering 6 seeing. Only elongated in the 2.8mm. WDS data: 8.21 - 9.95mv, A1IV, 128 pa, 1.9", 2009.
AG 115D6h 30m 17.27s30 26' 49.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 26 5:25:53A very nice pair. WDS data: 9.05 - 9.95mv, K2III, 354 pa, 4.0", 1998.
A 350D16h 53m 59.78s29 6' 23.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 27 19:25:52A rather difficult pair. Only elongated in the 2.8mm. I saw 120.1 pa, 0.6" sep. WDS data: 9.47 - 9.61mv, F8, 147 pa, 0.6", 2010.
A 269D19h 30m 32.78s27 14' 25.89" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 27 19:39:22There was the slightest hint of a elongation in the listed pa, but mostly, it looked like a single star. Questionable. WDS data: 9.39 - 9.80mv, A5, 205 pa, 0.6", 2007.
J 856D22h 29m 0.58s29 20' 38.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 27 19:59:12A J pair, so eef! Only split in the 2.8mm. WDS data: 9.3 - 9.5mv, U, 217 pa, 1.6", 2001.
J 3182D22h 50m 37.74s32 55' 39.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 27 20:2:43A dull, faint pair. 2mv fainter than the WDs magnitudes. WDS data: 9.3 - 9.7mv, U, 158 pa, 4.1", 2010.
BU 382ABD22h 53m 40.16s44 44' 57.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 27 20:32:26Not split or elongated. WDS data: 5.97 - 7.79mv, A3mF6V, 235 pa, 0.8", 2009.
STF 977ABD6h 55m 25.23s48 33' 52.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 29 5:39:2A difficult pair, only elongated with the 6 and 2.8mm. It's closer to 1" sep, not 1.8". WDS data: 8.76 - 9.88mv, F2, 129 pa, 1.8", 2002.
STF 964D6h 50m 21.58s43 45' 15.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 29 5:45:20The star was never really split, but it was well elogated in all eyepieces save the 24mm. WDS data: 8.86 - 9.73mv, A0, 183 pa, 1.5", 2010.
STF 896ABD6h 25m 52.92s51 52' 31" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 29 5:56:32A faint, wide, lackluster pair. WDS data: 9.17 - 9.64mv, A5, 82 pa, 18.8", 2004.
NGC 2192N6h 15m 12s39 51' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 10 29 6:5:4A group of 3 barely visible 13mv stars.
HU 1303ABD19h 28m 37.7s37 11' 18.89" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 1 19:23:45Only elongated in the 2.8, and that, barely. WDS data: 8.30 - 9.69mv, A6IV, 303 pa, 0.8", 2007.
J 2336D21h 4m 32.81s31 15' 42.7" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 1 19:30:16Another J pair, 2mv fainter that the WDS mv, but otherwise, as advertised. WDS data: 9.4 - 9.8mv, U, 40 pa, 9.1", 2010.
NGC 7044N21h 12m 54s42 29' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 1 19:39:44Cluster not visible at given location. It's there, needing a darker sky and bigger telescope.
AGC 13ABD21h 14m 47.48s38 2' 43.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 1 19:49:16If the star was elongated, it was 180° from the marked WDS position. WDS data: 3.83 - 6.57mv, F3VF7V, 224 pa, 0.9", 2010.
HJ 1661D21h 35m 56.46s26 22' 10.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 1 19:53:10An OK, wide pair. WDS data: 9.28 - 9.30mv, F8, 85 pa, 11.9", 2011.
STF 2829D21h 49m 23.84s30 45' 14.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 1 19:56:55A lackluster, wide pair. WDS data: 8.91 - 9.66mv, A0, 15 pa, 16.8", 2004.
W CygV21h 36m 2.01s45 22' 25.98" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 1 20:7:24UCAC4 304081 APASS High proper motion mv: 8.523 UCAC4 303762 APASS Poor coordinates mv: 4.09 A 6.3mv star.
J 213D23h 52m 26.01s29 1' 14" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 1 20:14:51An OK pair, 2mv fainter than the WDS mv, but not surprising for a J pair. WDS data: 9.5 - 9.7mv, U, 167 pa, 5.3", 2010.
CRI 30D23h 53m 8.6s29 1' 5.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 1 20:17:18An OK, wide pair. WDS data: 9.94 - 11.09mv, K5, 313 pa, 19.1", 2010.
HO 208D0h 1m 29.19s30 44' 8.69" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 1 20:31:9A very difficult elongation, only visible in the 2.8. WDS data: 8.20 - 9.81mv, G0IV, 188 pa, 1.2", 2009.
GRV 701D23h 57m 4.32s30 34' 38.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 1 20:34:26A faint, OK pair. WDS data: 10.9 - 11.8mv, U, 296 pa, 12.8", 2000.
HJ 1929AB CD0h 3m 53.34s27 58' 49" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 1 20:43:55A nice pair. WDS data: 8.76 - 9.53mv, U, 287 pa, 5.4", 2011.
ES 312D0h 16m 59.06s35 9' 15.79" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 1 20:49:38A close, faint pair. About 1mv fainter than the WDS mv. WDS data: 9.5 - 9.7mv, U, 238 pa, 2.7", 2001.
ES 2210D0h 17m 17.86s33 32' 37.3" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 1 20:55:3A faint pair, 1.5mv fainter than the WDS mv. WDS data: 9.5 - 9.6mv, U, 271 pa, 3.3", 2008.
ROE 62D0h 35m 10.84s44 50' 19" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 1 20:59:18An OK, unequal pair. WDS data: 9.45 - 9.9mv, F5, 298 pa, 9.8", 2010.
BU 230D0h 37m 20.11s27 18' 12" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 1 21:3:27A nice, unequal pair. WDS data: 9.4 - 10.0mv, F5, 325 pa, 3.7", 2010.
STF 2876D22h 11m 58.62s37 39' 4.2" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 2 20:13:37An OK, wide, unequal pair. WDS data: 8.06 - 9.81mv, F8, 67 pa, 11.9", 2006.
NGC 7242N22h 15m 42s37 18' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 2 20:18:13A barely visible smudge, seen only when the telescope is slewed, in the 12.5mm.
STF 2891ABD22h 16m 27.38s47 58' 32.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 2 20:23:6A nice, wide, unequal pair. WDS data: 8.83 - 9.79mv, A0, 309 pa, 12.6", 2009.
J 861D23h 21m 36.77s44 44' 47.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 2 20:28:52A faint, averted vision pair, 2+mv fainter the the WDS mv. WDS data: 9.5 - 10.0mv, U, 240 pa, 3.7", 2011.
khi CygV19h 50m 33.94s32 54' 49.48" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 2 20:42:47UCAC4 145033422 APASS OK mv: 11.847 UCAC4 145007027 APASS OK mv: 11.874 An 11.75mv star.
BG CygV19h 38m 57.69s28 30' 47" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 2 20:53:50Below 12mv.
V1125 CygV19h 31m 48.39s31 52' 3" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 2 21:19:22UCAC4 143538969 APASS OK mv: 10.183 UCAC4 143752747 APASS OK mv: 10.015 A 10.0mv star. No color seen.
STF 2996D23h 10m 54.16s81 49' 0.59" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 2 21:27:0An exquisite pair! WDS data: 8.95 - 9.20mv, F2, 106 pa, 4.8", 2010.
MLB 375D22h 58m 2.93s56 48' 39.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 2 21:40:22Star found, but not split, even in Pickering 8 seeing. WDS data: 9.5 - 10.0mv, U, 19 pa, 2.1", 2001.
STF 609D4h 51m 49.36s1 14' 55.5" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 3 3:29:7A very nice, close, pair. Split in all eyepieces, best in the 6mm. WDS data: 8.79 - 9.09mv, F8, 70 pa, 2.9", 2008.
STT 93D5h 0m 29.67s5 5' 56.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 3 3:37:16A very close pair. Elongated, not really split. WDS data: 8.57 - 9.16mv, G5, 244 pa, 1.5", 2009.
R LeoV9h 47m 33.6s11 25' 49.01" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 3 3:48:9UCAC4 274255 APASS Poor coordinates mv: 8.635 BS 19 Leo mv: 6.45 A red orange 8.5mv star.
NGC 6661N18h 34m 36s22 55' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 18:35:30A faint bit of celestial fluff. There are several stars involved. An S0, but I only saw the central part.
NGC 6702N18h 47m 0s45 42' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 18:46:11A faint smudge with an almost starlike nucleus. NGC 6703 is in the same field.
NGC 6703N18h 47m 18s45 33' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 18:46:11A faint smudge with an almost starlike nucleus. NGC 6702 is in the same field.
NGC 6906N20h 23m 36s6 27' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 19:0:44A very faint smudge.
IC_5006N20h 23m 42s6 27' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 19:0:44Near NGC 6906, but I can see only one very faint smudge. There is no sign of it on the WikiSky DSS image, either.
NGC 7137N21h 48m 12s22 10' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 19:6:37A faint, round patch, brighter towards the middle. A face on SD.
NGC 7385N22h 49m 54s11 36' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 19:18:39A faint, featureless, extragalactic glow.
NGC 7386N22h 50m 0s11 42' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 19:19:22This appears larger than N 7385, and fainter.
NGC 7469N23h 3m 18s8 52' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 19:24:46A small, round galaxy with a bright nucleus, located in an interesting asterism that traces an almost perfect right triangle.
NGC 7623N23h 20m 30s8 24' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 19:33:17Faint, with a very faint starlike nucleus. A face on S0, the nucleus is burned out in the DSS image.
NGC 7743N23h 44m 24s9 56' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 19:39:10A small, faint, but obvious glow with a faint, starlike nucleus. From it's DSS image, it looks like a face on SBb, but current classifications make it out as an S0 with a bar! Ivan Yu. Katkov, Alexei V. Moiseev, Olga K. Sil'chenko, 2012 Nov 13.
NGC 14N0h 8m 48s15 49' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 19:43:4Extremely faint, small smudge, seen only when the telescope was moving in the 19mm. I could see no nucleus. The RNGC lists it a 12.5 mv.
NGC 23N0h 9m 54s25 55' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 19:49:50Looks like a pair of hazy 13 - 14mv 20" apart stars. The DSS images shows the galaxy with a 14.5mv star at its edge.
NGC 125N0h 28m 48s2 50' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 19:59:20A round, 3' patch 2' NE of a faint double.
HJ 623D0h 28m 49.25s2 49' 17.59" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 19:59:20A faint pair, near NGC 125.
NGC 193N0h 39m 18s3 20' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 20:12:41A faint sumdge, with a 13mv star just to the south.
NGC 214N0h 41m 30s25 30' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 20:19:20A small, faint glow. No pronounced nucleus. Best in the 19, washed out in the 12.5.
NGC 313N0h 57m 48s30 21' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 20:39:27The NGC sees two galaxies here, I see an elongated blob, perhaps peanut shaped. No sign of a peanut shape on the DSS. A trick of my averted vision, which apparentely blended NGC 313 with NGC 311.
NGC 380N1h 7m 18s32 29' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 20:59:32With N 379, a pair of faint, featureless smudges.
NGC 382N1h 7m 24s32 24' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 20:59:32With N 383, a pair of faint, featureless smudges.
NGC 379N1h 7m 18s32 31' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 21:0:10With N 380, a pair of faint smudges.
NGC 383N1h 7m 24s32 25' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 21:1:59A double smudge, with NGC 382, 35" apart.
NGC 520N1h 24m 36s3 48' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 21:16:49A very elongated streak. I could see no pronounced nucleus. Edge on Sc? DSS image: A pair of interacting galaxies! Not obvious in an 11" telescope, though.
NGC 676N1h 49m 0s5 54' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 21:21:42A faint glow around a 10mv star.
NGC 681N1h 49m 12s-10 26' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 21:26:2A faint patch beside 2 12mv stars.
NGC 679N1h 49m 42s35 47' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 21:31:9Like a fuzzy 13mv star. RNGC: E0/S0.
NGC 784N2h 1m 18s28 50' 0" C-11LBRP2013 11 3 21:41:4An very faint patch, if seen at all. There seems to be a 14mv star involved. A very low surface brightness edge on spiral. I'd guess an Sc or Sd.
J 1208D18h 49m 14.79s28 34' 47.09" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 8 18:42:17A J pair. 2mv fainter than the WDS records them, otherwise, their most recent observation is accurate. WDS data: 9.5 - 10.0mv, U, 333 pa, 5.0", 2006.
A 1477D22h 57m 53.58s54 39' 8.29" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 8 19:6:14A very close pair, and quite difficult. Elongated only in the 2.8mm. I saw 335.2 pa, 0.6" sep. WDS data: 9.19 - 9.58mv, F5, 354 pa, 0.6", 2005.
BU 385ABD23h 10m 17.15s32 29' 13.39" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 8 19:51:44Barely elongated in the 2.8mm. A difficult pair! WDS data: 7.44 - 8.23mv, B9V, 86 pa, 0.7", 2010.
TZ AndV23h 50m 51.79s47 30' 28" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 8 20:14:56UCAC4 161277066 APASS OK mv: 9.408 UCAC4 305460 High proper motion mv: 8.767 An 8.8mv star. Pale orange.
LP AndV23h 34m 27.49s43 33' 1" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 8 20:33:2UCAC4 156900854 OK mv: 13.178 UCAC4 157068505 OK mv: 13.837 Field found, Below 13.5mv.
SU PegV23h 36m 59.59s32 42' 1" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 8 20:42:34UCAC4 144922944 APASS OK mv: 10.25 UCAC4 144952277 APASS OK mv: 10.263 A 10.25mv star, no color seen.
GG AndV23h 37m 19.79s47 6' 28" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 8 20:48:12UCAC4 160857852 APASS OK mv: 9.635 UCAC4 160640632 APASS OK mv: 9.51 A 9.4mv, pale orange, star.
NGC 404N1h 9m 24s35 43' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 8 20:53:58A faint, round smudge, but obvious, once Mirach was out of the field.
NGC 7662N23h 25m 54s42 33' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 8 21:30:1A uniform disk, slightly dimmer towards the center, with fuzzy edges.
A 912ABD0h 33m 33.27s45 8' 55.4" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 10 18:52:30A dull pair. The seeing wasn't good either, Pickering 4. No rings visible in the turbulent atomsphere. WDS data: 8.38 - 9.67mv, G5, 205 pa, 15.6", 2007.
STF 45D0h 38m 41.6s46 57' 24" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 10 18:56:38A lackluster, unequal, pair. WDS data: 6.9 - 9.9mv, G9III, 90 pa, 18.3", 2003.
ES 1488D0h 47m 27.94s42 14' 4.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 10 19:1:24A lovely, if faint, pair. WDS data: 9.10 - 9.75mv, A3, 281 pa, 6.9", 2004.
STF 62D0h 50m 16.6s35 48' 9.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 10 19:8:51A nice, wide pair. WDS data: 9.41 - 9.84mv, F5, 303 pa, 12.1", 2003.
NGC 272N0h 51m 24s35 50' 0" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 10 19:13:5A 9.3mv star with 8 much fainter stars, 11mv... to the SE. DSS: A very loose cluster of only around 10 stars.
V AndV0h 50m 6.29s35 39' 10" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 10 19:21:30UCAC4 148217139 APASS OK mv: 12.855 UCAC4 148392000 APASS OK mv: 12.37 Below 12.8mv.
BG AndV23h 30m 59.39s43 15' 56" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 10 19:32:30UCAC4 156688753 APASS OK mv: 10.288 UCAC4 156708294 APASS OK mv: 10.017 A 10.2mv star. No color seen.
V397 AndV23h 52m 7.49s37 51' 1" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 10 19:42:52UCAC4 297026 APASS High proper motion mv: 9.038 UCAC4 150690231 APASS OK mv: 9.341 A 9mv star.
SEI 239D5h 24m 28.26s31 20' 22.49" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 11 2:44:30A faint, averted vision pair, 2mv fainter that the WDS shows. WDS data: 9.2 - 10.0mv, U, 153 pa, 6.4", 1998.
BU 890D5h 29m 0.75s37 46' 26.1" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 11 2:54:33A very close, but obvious, split in tonight's Pickering 8 skies. WDS data: 9.31 - 9.31mv, A0, 285 pa, 1.3", 2007.
AG 97D5h 35m 14.59s33 57' 45.3" C-8Little Tycho2013 11 11 3:3:30A close, faint, but pretty pair,