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A GENERAL CATALOGUE OF 



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DOUBLE STAHS^ 



WITHIN 121° OF THE NORTH POLE 



BY 



S. W. BURNHAM 



PART I. 

THE CATALOGUE 




PUBLISHED BY 
THE CARNEGIE INSTITUTION OF WASHINGTON 

1906 



A GENERAL CATALOGUE OF 

DOUBLE STARS 



WITHIN 121° OF THE NORTH POLE 



BY 



S. W. BURNHAM 



PART I. 

THE CATALOGUE 




PUBLISHED BY 

THE CARNEGIE INSTITUTION OF WASHINGTON 

1906 



CARNEGIE INSTITUTION OF WASHINGTON 
Publication No. 5 

(Part One) 



PRINTED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO PRESS 
CHICAGO 



INTRODUCTION 

This catalogue in its first form was the result of my own needs soon after acquiring the six- 
inch Clark refractor in 1870. From the beginning that instrument was devoted almost entirely to the 
observation of double stars. Objects were constantly being found which could not be identified in any 
of the books at hand for reference, the principal one being an early edition of Webb's Celestial Objects. 
At this time there were but few books in Chicago bearing upon the subject of double stars. The 
old Dearborn Observatory, then under the directorship of Professor T. H. Safford, had a copy of 
Struve's Mensurae Micrometricae, some incomplete volumes of the Astronomische Nachrichten, and a few 
other works of minor importance. The small refractor showed many pairs, more or less difficult, 
which could not be found recorded in any of the available lists. At that time to make a complete 
catalogue of the then known double stars, it was necessary to first make pen copies of nearly every- 
thing required for this purpose. These were secured by visiting the libraries of the Naval and other 
observatories, and by borrowing the books from various quarters. In this laborious way manuscript 
copies were acquired of the material parts of nearly all publications relating to double stars. These 
copies included Struve's Mensurae Micrometricae, and Positiones Mediae; the Pulkowa Catalogue; the 
seven catalogues of Herschel II (^Memoirs R. A. S.) ; the catalogues of Herschel, and Herschel and 
South {^Philosophical Transactions); and a great number of minor lists and measures scattered through 
the volumes of the Philosophical Transactions, Memoirs and Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical 
Society , Astronomische Nachrichten; and hundreds of society, observatory, and other publications. In 
the course of time original copies of the more important of these works were picked up, and in the 
end a very complete library was formed of substantially everything relating to the known double stars. 
The manuscript general catalogue was kept continuously posted to date by the addition of all new 
stars and new measures from current publications. In order to make room for this new material, a 
second manuscript edition became necessary, and still later a third, which finally passed into the hands 
of the printer, and now appears in printed form. 

The southern limit of — 31° declination, adopted at the beginning, has been retained. This 
includes all the stars that can be well seen at the principal northern observatories. But little had been 
done then, and the situation is sensibly the same at this time, in the way of a thorough examination of 
the southern stars, and in the measurment of those previously catalogued by Herschel and others. The 
northern heavens were much better explored when Struve's great work appeared in 1837 than the 
southern portion is now after an interval of seventy years, notwithstanding the labors of Tebbutt, 
Russell, Sellors, See, Innes, and others; and a general catalogue of the known objects at this time would 
be of as little use as a similar work for the northern sky would have been if prepared at the conclusion 
of the researches at Dorpat. It is possible that by the end of the present century, the information 
then given by an examination of the stars to the eighth magnitude, and by the necessary re-measure- 
ment* of the old and other known pairs, may make it worth while collecting all the material into a 
single catalogue for reference, provided a few zealous observers shall arise with an undivided interest 
in this special work,''and with suitable advantages in the way of telescopes and locations. It would 
have served no useful purpose at the present time to have extended the limits of this catalogue to 
the south pole. All that is needed in this direction at this time has been supplied by Innes who has 
compiled a provisional reference catalogue of the more prominent southern doubles, with measures of 
1898, printed in the Annals of the Royal Observatory, Cape of Good Hope, Vol. II. 

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Burnkam: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



PART I. CATALOGUE 
The page of the catalogue is made up of eleven columns as follows: 
Column I. — General number for reference. 

Column 2. — Name of the double star. When found in other catalogues the synonyms are given 
in Part II. 

Column 3. — Identification in the various star catalogues. Nearly all the double stars originally 
given in the several catalogues of the Herschels, the Struves, South and others, which are below the 
naked-eye limit, are not identified by the authors in any of the then existing star catalogues. So 
far as possible the stars which are bright enough to be included in any of the modern star lists 
are identified in one or another, and given in this column. 

Columns 4 and 5. — Right Ascension and Declination. In the original manuscript catalogue, 
prepared more than thirty years ago, the places of the stars catalogued down to that time were 
carried forward to 1880. As the particular epoch used in a catalogue of this kind is a matter of no 
practical importance, these places have not been changed. At that time none of the catalogues of 
the Astronomische Gesellschaft had been published; otherwise the date adopted might have been 1875. 
The Durchmusterung epoch of 1855 would have served the same purpose, as no reduction is necessary, 
at least beyond a rough mental estimate, either in setting the telescope on any star in the catalogue, 
or in identifying any unknown object. 

The places of the Struve stars werg originally taken from Positiones Mediae, so far as they are 
found in that catalogue, but most of them have since been checked by the more recent observations 
in the modern catalogues. The Struve stars whose positions depend upon the approximate places in 
Mensurae Micrometricae, have all been identified in the Durchmusterung and other star catalogues. This 
has been done for all the Otto Struve stars, and as far as possible for all the stars in the lists of 
Herschel, South, and other early observers. Many of the objects in the seven catalogues of Sir John 
Herschel are too faint to be given in the Durchmusterung and other meridian lists. The others have 
been identified, and the corrected places given. 

There is another class of double stars, principally from the observations of comparatively modern 
observers, where no attempt seems to have been made, beyond perhaps reading the coarse circles of 
the equatorial, to identify the star or give the exact place. As many as possible of these stars have 
been identified; others are not in or very near the given places; and still others obviously have large 
and uncertain errors of place which will make their identification hereafter a matter of accident or 
good luck. 

There seemed to be no object to be gained by giving the right ascensions any closer than the 
nearest whole second oi time, since as a matter of fact a large number of these stars have a much 
greater uncertainty in place from the lack of meridian positions, and from the lack of knowledge of 
their proper motions; and to give the right ascensions to small fractions of a second would imply an 
accuracy which would be unwarranted by the material at hand. This is also true generally of the decli- 
nations. While perhaps for a greater part of the stars, the nearest tenth of a minute of arc might 
have been given, it would have had no significance in the case of several thousand stars; and in any 
event would not have made the catalogue any more useful for any conceivable purpose, practical or 
otherwise. In any investigation concerning the proper motion, or the exact place of the star, the 
original catalogues of position will of course be consulted. 

All of the stars are north of the equator, unless otherwise indicated by the minus sign attached 
to the degrees of declination. The advantage of the omission of the plus sign for the northern stars 
in rapidly finding any star, either north or south, will be apparent to those who have had to do this 
frequently in catalogues where all the signs are given. 

Columns 6 and 7.— Position-angle and distance. The measures, unless otherwise noted, are 
from the original list referred to by the name of the star in column 2. For the Struve and Otto 
Struve stars the measures cited are by these observers. Nearly all the closer stars by Sir William 
Herschel are embodied in Struve's great catalogue. Those having distances exceeding the Struve 
limit, and which are not found in the later lists of Herschel II and South, are given with the 



Introduction 



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measures or description of Herschel I. Many of these have been identified for this work, and are 
given with corrected places. A few of the others, from lack or vagueness of description, can not 
be identified with any certainty. 

The measures of Sir John Herschel as a rule are confined to a single setting for the posi- 
tion-angle, and an estimate of the distance. Generally these angles are in fair agreement with 
later measures when these stars have been re-observed. Change could only come from proper 
motion in pairs of this class. Later measures will show whether or not some of the apparent 
changes are real. Most of the Herschel estimates of distances are too large, and particularly of 
stars under lo '. 

Column 8. — Magnitudes. The magnitudes of the components are given from the same source 
from which the measures are taken. The scale employed by Struve, Otto Struve, Dembowski, and 
all the later observers is practically the same. That of Herschel l\ gives much higher numerical 
values for the magnitudes of telescopic stars. He gives the following corresponding values derived 
from a large number of comparisons of his estimates with those of Struve : 



H 2 


H 2 


H 2 


6.0-5.5 


lo.o = 8.8 


14.0 — 10.5 


6.5 = 5.9 


10.5 = 9.1 


14.5 = 10.7 


7.0 = 6.4 


11.0= 9.3 


15.0 = 10.9 


7.5=6.8 


II. 5 = 9.6 


16.0 = II. I 


8.0 = 7.3 


12.0 = 9.8 


17.0 = II. 4 


8.5 == 7.7 


12.5 = lO.O 


18.0 = 11.6 


9.0 = 8.1 


13.0 = 10.2 


19.0 = II. 8 


9.5 = 8.5 


13.5 = 10.4 


20.0 = 12.0 



It is a fact worth noting that there is no satisfactory evidence of variability in the relative 
magnitudes of the components of any real double star, although distant stars have been occasionally 
connected with other stars in which there is some change. 

Column g. — Date of measures cited in columns 6 and 7. 

Column 10. — The astronomer whose observations are given, and the number of nights on which 
complete measures were made. In many instances the angle was measured on other nights, which 
enter into the mean result given, but it cannot be presumed that they add much, if anything, to the 
value of the mean when the difficulty of the object, from the closeness or inequality of the com- 
ponents, made it impossible or undesirable to attempt measures of distance. The number of nights 
attached to the measures cited in Part II is that on which complete measures of angle and distance 
were made. 

Column II. — Brief notes relating to the several components connected with the principal star ; 
the colors given by Struve for his stars, by Dembowski for the Otto Struve stars ; and references to 
the original authority from which the pair is taken when there are no subsequent measures and the 
citation is brief enough to be given in this column. There is too much uncertainty in most of the 
observations of color, particularly of the smaller stars, and of the larger stars where the color is not 
of a decided character, to make it worth while giving any comparison of the various results which 
would necessarily present large differences. 

APPENDIX TO PART I 
While this work was going through the press, a great many new double stars were found by 
Aitken and Hussey at the Lick Observatory, which were received too late for insertion in their 
proper places in Part I. For the sake of completeness, and byway of bringing the catalogue of known 
pairs down to the latest date possible (1906), it seemed desirable to add these discoveries in the 
form of an appendix to Part I, and this has accordingly been done. The star places are for 1900, 
as given in the several Lick Observatory Bulletins from which they are taken. 



i^ - Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 

PART II. NOTES TO THE CATALOGUE 

In all cases where the stars have been reobserved since the observation recorded in Part I, a 
sufficient number of measures are cited, to show the motion, where there has been any relative 
change, and as far as possible its character, and to show the unchanged relation of the components 
where this seems to appear from the observations to this time. In many instances, and particularly 
of the Dorpat stars, where the observations extend over three-fourths of a century, perhaps the citation 
of a smaller number of measures would have answered every purpose, but it seemed best to give 
too many rather than too few. For obvious reasons only the best measures by the best observers 
are selected as a rule, and those made on a single night have been generally rejected except when 
there was nothing else in point of time to take their places. It must be clear to everyone that the 
omission of all indifferent and superfluous observations necessarily adds to the value and usefulness of 
this work. The author has not been handicapped or limited in any way as to space to be used; and in 
the citation of observations, and in the comments relating thereto, he has omitted nothing that in his 
judgment would be worth giving. It goes without saying that a large number of the published meas- 
ures of double stars should be rejected in any investigation or discussion as to the relative motion of 
the components. There need be no difficulty or hesitation in deciding as to the proper material to be 
used. If all the observations, good, bad, and indifferent, are employed in the computation of an orbit, 
it is certain that the value of the result will be correspondingly impaired, and no method of treating 
the doubtful material will prevent this. 

A liberal use has been made of diagrams to illustrate the motion shown by the observations. 
These are accurately drawn to scale with a protractor, devised for this purpose, having a 12 -inch 
circle and graduated arm, allowing the angles and distances to be laid down at the same time. The 
original drawing is then reduced to the proper scale in the camera, and the negative used to transfer 
the picture by contact to the block for engraving. These diagrams, therefore, may be taken as per- 
fectly representing the actual measures selected from the best available material. 

It will be apparent to anyone who will take the time to examine a sufficient number of pairs 
which were measured by the early observers, that as a rule these observations are very rough and 
more or less uncertain, and with errors too large to permit of their use in investigating the relative 
motion of the components. With the crude micrometers, driving-clocks, and equatorial instruments 
of the early part of the nineteenth century, and previous thereto, it is perhaps remarkable that the 
measures of that time are as good as they are, and it is doubtful if the astronomers of this day could 
do any better work with such tools. But there are too many instances where these early positions are 
known to be erroneous, or only very roughly approximate, to make it safe to rely upon them in fixing 
the position and limit of the apparent orbit of a binary system. The uniformly reliable and accurate 
measures of double stars begin with the work of the great Struve in his Mensurae Micrometricae. 

It is intended to give references to all the measures of each star, and to the more important 
papers relating to them. Doubtless some citations may have been overlooked, but it is not likely 
that many important omissions of this kind will be found. When there are no later observations 
and the reference is brief, it is given in the last column of Part I. For this reason, many pairs which 
are likely to be of interest hereafter, are not represented by any note in Part II. 

In a general way the references to published observations may be said to end with those 
received early in 1906, but owing to the time required to pass Part II through the press, some of 
the series of measures printed in Astronomische Nachrichten, Monthly Notices, etc., are cited where they 
come in the later hours of right ascension. 

It will be seen that the micrometrical work on double stars since the observations of Struve 
has not been wisely distributed. A vast amount of time has been practically wasted in the duplica- 
tion of measures of prominent and familiar pairs, and in observing objects which need no attention 
except at long intervals. Much more would be known at this time of most of the double stars if the 
observing lists had been more carefully selected during the last sixty years. 

In order to make this portion of the work independent of the Catalogue (Part I) for general 
use and reference, the minutes and seconds of right ascension are given on the side, with the hour 



Introduction 



at the top of each page, so that any star can be found when its general number or right ascension 
is known without first consulting the tabular part. 

As far as practicable the proper motions of the principal stars have been taken from the best 
sources of information, and to make them immediately available for double-star purposes, the values 
from meridian observations in right ascension and declination have been reduced to arc, and given 
with the direction of the motion in position-angle. Many of these proper motions are small, and 
probably somewhat uncertain in amount and direction, but in some instances they are confirmed 
generally by the measures of the companion, or of some star in the field. When these measures are 
separated by a considerable interval of time, as they are in many of the old pairs, the proper motion 
thus found should be very exact. Most of the comparison stars are relatively faint, and may be 
considered as practically fixed in space. The instances where the small star has any sensible 
proper motion of its own are comparatively rare, so far as appears from micrometrical measures, 
and when a different value is found for the primary from observations connecting it with some 
small star, it would be unsafe in the great majority of cases to infer that therefore the comparison 
star was moving m space. Examples of stars of very different brightness drifting at practically 
the same velocity are not uncommon, and presumably they have some physical relation to each 
other, even when they are separated by distances considerably exceeding that of any of the known 
binaries. 

It was my purpose to present in Part II late measures of every important star of the older 
catalogues, including all of the pairs in the Dorpat and Pulkowa catalogues, as well as ail the stars 
of the several classes in Herschel I which were too wide to be included in the Mensurae Micro- 
metricae, and like pairs in the lists of South, and Herschel and South, and also the most prominent 
stars in the seven catalogues of Herschel II which from the magnitude of the primary and the 
estimated distance between the components would presumably make them worthy of re-observation. 
In the interest of this work I have given something more than five years' time with the 40-inch at 
the Yerkes Observatory; and nothing in the way of other micrometrical work, however important it 
might appear to be in the line of other investigations, has been allowed to interfere with carrying out 
this programme. 

As would be expected, the time which could be given to this work of 104 nights per year, 
making altogether only about 1,200 observing hours, assuming every night to be clear throughout, 
proved to be insufficient to complete the observations of so extensive a working-list, although some 
eight or ten thousand measures were made of these stars. 

This part of this work is greatly indebted to Professors R. G. Aitken and Eric Doolittle for a 
large number of very recent and unpublished measures of classes of stars where late measures are 
specially important. The measures at the Lick Observatory are generally of very close and difficult 
pairs, many of them in rapid motion, and nearly all of the class which can be better measured at that 
place than anywhere else. The observations at the Flower Observatory are largely of the pairs 
discovered by Professor Hough at the Dearborn Observatory, many of which have not been 
measured since the first position was published. Professor Hussey, while at the Lick Observatory 
(1898 to 1904), made a large number of measures of the Struve stars which are still unpublished, 
and these are given in the notes; and also a few measures made at the Kirkwood Observatory, 
principally by Professors John A. Miller and W. A. Cogshall. 

APPENDIX TO PART II 
This contains very recent measures of neglected stars, and those having considerable relative 
motion, which could not be given in Part II. These observations were principally made at the Lick, 
Flower, and Yerkes Observatories, and include only those of pairs where late positions are important 
to the completeness of this work. 

The Appendix also contains some measures from printed observations which were published 
after a portion of Part II was in type These include the first part of Doolittle's measures in 
Publications of the Flower Observatory, Vol. II, and a few measures by Biesbroeck, Espin and others. 



VI 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



The Greenwich New Reduction of Groombridge' s Catalogue of Circumpolar Stars, received too late for 
use in Part II, contains a large number of proper motions not found in other catalogues, and the 
more important of these are given in the Appendix. 

NUMBER OF DOUBLE STARS 

The total number of real double stars now catalogued is necessarily very uncertain, and no safe 
approximation can be made, if this class is limited to physical systems, or those which are likely to 
belong to that order, judging from observations now made, the relative magnitudes and distances 
of the components, and their common proper motions where movement in space has been shown by 
meridian positions. It is certain that of the 13,655 stars contained in this Catalogue, at least several 
thousand are only optical or accidental pairs, and can have no physical relation to each other. 
This includes nearly all the pairs of Herschel II, as well as of Herschel I which are not included in 
Mensurae Micrometricae ; many of the Struve and Otto Struve stars; and more or less from all the 
modern Hsts. The question of drawing some kind of arbitrary line between what might be presumed 
to be physical systems, and those which it was practically certain could not belong to that class, was 
considered at an early day in the preparation of this work. It was soon apparent from a practical 
application of the principles which were supposed to govern a judicious separation of the material 
into these two classes that it could not be successfully done. A too liberal application of the rule 
would reject a comparatively small number and so accomplish but little in reducing the size of the 
catalogue; while on the other hand a rigid enforcement would necessarily exclude many stars which 
are of some interest at least, in consequence of changes already shown from proper motion. Then 
again, the names of the great astronomers attached to these stars entitle them to a place in the first 
general catalogue of double stars, independent of any consideration of the stars themselves. I have 
therefore included them all, and as far as possible re-measured the large number of neglected pairs 
of the old observers for this work. 

The distribution in the several hours of right ascension of the 13,655 stars north and south of 
the equator is shown in the following table : 



R.A. 


+ Decl. 


- Decl. 


Total 


R.A. 


-fDecl. 


- Decl. 


Total 


0" 


513 


132 


64s 


12" 


257 


112 


369 


I 


432 


141 


573 


»3 


233 


124 


357 


2 


403 


112 


515 


14 


3'i 


126 


437 


3 


392 


123 


SIS 


IS 


277 


145 


422 


4 


404 


143 


547 


16 


302 


119 


421 


5 


468 


221 


689 


17 


316 


1 80 


496 


6 


442 


271 


713 


18 


50s 


209 


714 


7 


368 


266 


634 


19 


718 


204 


922 


8 


336 


181 


517 


20 


693 


196 


889 


9 


277 


127 


404 


21 


617 


191 


808 


10 


267 


104 


374 


22 


574 


132 


706 


II 


270 


98 


368 


23 


479 


151 


630 










Total 


9.854 


3.8 1 1 


13.655 



It would not be difficult, by a sorting-out and arrangement of the supposed classes of doubles 
with reference to the distribution in the heavens, to deduce various inferences based upon such 
statistics. But it seems certain at this time, with the extremely limited information furnished by all 
the discoveries and observations, that all such conclusions would be idle and useless. The time will 
doubtless come when the researches in stellar systems and stellar movements can be turned to ffood 
account in generalizations as to the construction and extent of the universe of stars. At present we 
know but little about less than two score of the binary systems, and practically nothing in detail of 
the hundreds and perhaps thousands of other pairs belonging to this class. The great majority of 
proper motions are more or less uncertain in direction and amount. With few exceptions, the dis- 



Introduction vii 



tances from the solar system are wholly unknown, and are likely to remain so until by some new 
method the present errors of observation can be greatly reduced. In addition to all this it must be 
remembered that the apparent distribution of the stars in right ascension is influenced by conditions 
which have nothing to do with the real number of these objects, or with the actual number of stars 
catalogued in the given area. The season of the year when a particular part of the sky can be 
examined, particularly in the first half of the night, the length of the nights, the probable proportion 
of clear nights, and to some extent the mean temperature in the colder season, all have an influence 
on discoveries as well as measures. Practically nothing has been done in the way of finding close 
pairs in the stars below the ninth magnitude except at the Lick Observatory, and there it has been 
almost wholly confined to stars north of the equator. Only large apertures, in exceptionally favored 
localities, can successfully carry on such work. All the stars of this class are of comparatively recent 
discovery, and nothing is known as to what rank they will take in the physical class of double stars. 
At present all that is needed for all the double stars, old and new, and of all orders of brightness, is 
careful and systematic measurement. When this has been carried far enough to furnish the necessary 
facts, theories and speculations will be in order, and doubtless this part of the subject will be properly 
attended to by the astronomers of future centuries when it shall be warranted by the necessary 
preliminary work of their predecessors. 

ORBITS OF BINARY STARS 

In the indexes to the several classes of double stars will be found a list of 88 systems for 
which orbits have been found. Of this number only 34, marked (*), can be regarded as of any value. 
These may be considered as giving the periods and other elements with substantial correctness; but at 
the best they are only provisional, and will be supplanted at no very distant time by investigations based 
upon a continuation of careful and accurate measures of these systems. The observations of another 
half-century should determine the elements of all these orbits with very little error. As to the remaining 
54 systems, the periods and all the elements of the orbits are wholly uncertain and worthless. They 
cannot be regarded as even approximations, since there is nothing in the given data to warrant a guess 
as to what will be the future relative motion of the components. In fact, in some instances it is not 
certain that they are physical systems at all. For anything that appears the change may be due to 
proper motion. Generally speaking, the arc described by the companion must be at least 270° 
to give results entitled to any confidence, but frequently this is insufficient, and in such cases nearly 
a complete revolution must be made before the apparent ellipse can be certainly known. When the 
described arc is short, the agreement of the observed and computed places does not even tend to 
prove that the deduced orbit is approximately correct, or anything like the real orbit. In such 
cases a great variety of ellipses, entirely dissimilar in all respects, will represent the observed 
positions equally well, and with errors of observation less than those which are probable in the 
measures by the best observers with the most complete and powerful equatorials. It did not seem 
worth while taking space to give the elements of these orbits, other than the periods. The place of 
publication is always cited, and the details of the results can be readily referred to. 

BINARY SYSTEMS 

The list of binaries does not include those for which orbits have been computed. It is evident 
that it is not easy to draw a sharp line between binary stars, and those which are probably binary. 
It is a matter of judgment, based upon the best observations, in reference to which opinions might 
well differ. The list of probable binaries might be very considerably extended by including many 
stars which are presumably physically related from the observed relative motion, and the closeness 
of the components. This is not a safe conclusion, whatever the probabilities may be in its favor. 
Stars which are widely separated now by reason of the proper motion of one of the components, 
at one time formed very close pairs, and the rapid angular change then might readily have been 
mistaken for orbital motion. 



viii Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 

Many of the stars in these two lists, discovered in the last twenty or thirty years, have shown 

rapid motion, and it is probable that a good many new orbits can be investigated in the near future, 

if these stars, which are generally of the close and difificult class, are properly followed with the 

micrometer. 

INDEXES 

The index to the new stars discovered since Struve needs no explanation. These stars will be 
readily found by their numbers in Part I. The shorter and minor discoveries are given at the end 
in alphabetical order. The Struve stars are easily found in the catalogue or in the notes, except those 
which from precession or supplemental numbering are shifted from the regular numerical order, and 
these are given in the index with the corresponding general number in the catalogue. 

As the prominent naked-eye stars are generally referred to by the constellation letters and 
numbers, and not by the corresponding double-star number, an index, with the constellations 
arranged in alphabetical order, is essential to the rapid finding of these stars in the catalogue with- 
out a knowledge of their right ascensions. Only the bright stars which are known by the Bayer 
Greek letter, or the Flamsteed number are given in the list. The few other doubles in the catalogue 
which are as bright as the sixth magnitude, but not included in the Flamsteed numbers, are not 
given, as they would necessarily be referred to by the double star lists from which they are taken. 

These large stars appear in column 8 of the catalogue with the magnitudes assigned by the 
respective observers. In the index to the constellations the photometric magnitudes are given from 
the Harvard and Potsdam observations. 

In this connection attention should be called to the careless and incorrect way in which the 
Bode constellation numbers are frequently printed in prominent astronomical publications. That 
number should always follow the name of the constellation, while the Flamsteed number should 
precede it. This correct method was established at least three-fourths of a century ago, but in recent 
years many writers have made no distinction, and have thus given the name of an entirely different 
star from the one referred to. Many of the double stars in this catalogue have the same Flamsteed 
and Bode numeral, as for example : 



1 1 Aquilae 
Aquilae 1 1 


= 2 2424 
= S 2411 


No. 8940 
8878 


20 Pegasi 
Pegasi 20 


= H 289 
= S 2799 


1 1 428 
1 1 001 


9 Cygni 
Cygni 9 


= H 1493 
= 5 2496 


9470 
918s 


18 Cygni 
Cygni 18 


= 2 2579 
= 2 2522 


9605 
9305 


49 Cassiopeiae 
Cassiopeiae 


= )8 78s 
49 = 2 30 


1051 
205 


32 Her cutis 
Her cutis 32 


= ;8 878 
= 2 2024 


7677 
7553 



In certain parallax observations of 2 2486, that star is often called 6 Cygni, in spite of the facts 
that 6 Cyg7ii is one of the prominent stars of this constellation, is a double star of another class, and 
is more than 20" distant from the other. The Bode catalogue is no longer used for reference, but it 
is desirable to retain these numbers used by the old observers; and to avoid error and confusion they 
should be written as they were by these astronomers. 

PRECESSION TABLES 

It has been suggested that for the convenience of many persons who may use this catalogue, 
it would be desirable to add precession tables. Even if the limits of the page in Part I had per- 
mitted giving this information for each star, it would obviously be much better for all practical uses 
of the catalogue to give this in the present condensed form, which is sufficiently exact for the cer- 
tain identification of every object in the sky, and in other star catalogues. 

The tables for precession in right ascension (from o" to 60° declination) are taken from 
the compilation and arrangement printed in Publications of the Washburn Observatory, Vol. I. The 



Introduction ix 



precession in right ascension between 60° and 70" of declination, and precession in declination are 
derived from the tables given in Oeltzen's Argelander's Northern Zones (45" to 80°). 

IN CONCLUSION 
I wish to express my obligations to Professor George E. Hale for his friendly interest in this 
work, and his valuable aid in bringing about its publication ; to the officers of the Carnegie Institu- 
tion for their .liberality in authorizing its presentation in printed form in the manner desired by the 
author; and to Professor Edwin B. Frost for his counsels and assistance during the prosecution of 
the observations at the Yerkes Observatory, and the passage of the manuscript through the press. 

S. W. BURNHAM. 

The University of Chicago 

Yerkes Observatory, 

July, 1906. 



INDEXES 



I. STARS DISCOVERED BY MODERN OBSERVERS 

II. STRUVE'S STARS NOT IN REGULAR ORDER 

III. ORBITS OF BINARIES 

IV. BINARY SYSTEMS 

V. STARS PROBABLY BINARY 

VI. STARS OF THE 6i CYGNI TYPE 

VII. COMMON PROPER MOTION 

VIII. RECTILINEAR MOTION 

IX. SUSPECTED OR DOUBTFUL PAIRS 

X. BRIGHT STARS, WITH PHOTOMETRIC MAGNITUDES 



I. STARS DISCOVERED BY MODERN OBSERVERS 





NO. 


P 


A 


Hu 


Ho 


OS 


See 


A.G. 


Hd 


Hn 


Es 


Kr 


Ku 


Howe 


Stone 


(Veisse 


Arg 




1 


455 


888 


4 


53 


56 


12751 


121 


20 


80 


88 


45 


7792 


490 


32 


114 


27 




2 


617 


2353 


18 


266 


70 


13 


230 


50 


190 


246 




9518 


660 


220 


459 


403 




3 


662 


4091 


III 


283 


105 




280 


59 


399 


297 


85 


6 


681 


463 


699 


495 




4 


714 


S078 


183 


446 


104 


162 


301 


66 


500 


780 


137 


109 


810 


471 


2288 


800 




5 


854 


5730 


356 


571 


131 




310 


68 


552 


939 




190 


811 


I20I 


2483 


802 




6 


913 


5797 


719 


657 


152 





319 


79 


823 


1046 




370 


1305 


1599 


2490 


978 




7 


1034 


5799 


771 


757 


157 





397 


84 


1241 


1243 


240 


470 


1411 


2216 


2612 


IIZ2 




8 


1226 


5907 


852 


764 


193 


196 


460 


89 


1723 


1376 




723 


1852 


2233 


2638 


1326 




9 


1418 


5913 


873 


773 


197 




465 


107 


1778 


1406 




1213 


2054 


2314 


2853 


1412 




10 


1460 


6378 


890 


1033 


212 


547 


514 


"3 


1984 


1539 


62s 


1294 


2090 


2707 


2891 


1553 




1 


1549 


6436 


914 


1038 


24s 


696 


533 


119 


5534 


1607 


684 


1520 


2311 


2950 


3026 


2359 




2 


1699 


6542 


985 


1059 


260 


708 


534 


123 


6142 


1877 


858 


1536 


2632 


3018 


3417 


3154 




3 


2823 


6636 


103s 


1516 


262 


721 


536 


124 


6168 


2325 


1071 


1615 


3505 


3351 


3506 


3165 




4 


2905 


7090 


1086 


1754 


279 


778 


567 


158 


6344 


2437 


1331 


1685 


3522 


3535 


3882 


3403 




5 


2980 


7173 


1092 


2164 


317 


874 


608 


174 


6520 


3612 


1495 


1861 


3614 


3609 


3957 


3502 




6 


3116 


7204 


1118 


2422 


349 


1102 


7J0 


179 


6727 


3732 




1931 


3617 


3727 


4321 


3677 




7 


3186 


7248 


1132 


2441 


357 


"47 


712 


186 


6740 


3756 


1528 


2164 


3938 


4061 


4325 


4082 




8 


327s 


7261 


1283 


263s 


374 





769 


203 


6808 


4595 


1547 


2228 


4143 


4469 


4438 


4563 




9 


3569 


7365 


1651 


2955 


38S 


1387 


776 


204 


6969 


6836 




2349 


44" 


5173 


4636 


4623 




20 


363s 


7395 


1681 


3038 


479 


1467 


795 


209 


6990 


8287 


1721 


2466 


4422 


5604 


4871 


4639 




1 


4074 


740s 


1706 


3089 


541 


1473 


821 


210 


7053 


8652 


1894 


2525 


4542 


5635 


4993 


4825 




2 


4108 


7446 


1796 


3230 


584 


1621 


895 


293 


7094 


8796 


2091 


2697 


4551 


5756 


5309 


5082 




3 


4405 


7569 


1847 


323s 


609 


1659 


920 


299 


7135 


9675 


2205 


3004 


4935 


6164 


5327 


5265 




4 


4849 


7594 


1960 


3279 


614 


.... 


972 


300 


7234 


9909 


2263 


3013 


5238 


6266 


5490 


5708 




5 


5407 


7618 


1967 


3326 




1722 


lOII 


3" 


7343 


9919 


2404 


3364 


5656 


6275 


5588 


5767 




6 


5766 


7704 


1971 


3651 


644 


1760 


1014 


312 


7692 


10036 


2641 


3413 


6139 


6297 


5641 


6462 




7 


6129 


7750 


1976 


3707 


643 


1765 


1018 


313 


7813 


10045 


2912 


3556 


6416 


6323 


5865 


7159 




8 


6185 


7958 


1978 


3717 


652 


1785 


1031 


321 


7981 


10152 




3939 


6657 


6427 


7154 


7350 




9 


6214 


8019 


1979 


3810 


687 




1084 


333 


8043 


10171 


3726 


4015 


6708 


6468 


7342 


7521 




30 


6690 


8042 


2096 


3871 


747 




1096 


338 


8080 


10521 


4744 


4137 


6718 


6484 


7512 


8110 




1 


7040 


8141 


2380 


3891 


804 




1103 


341 


8085 


10554 


4757 


4671 


6790 


6853 


7764 


8294 




2 


7222 


8142 


2409 


3897 


837 




1109 


344 


8293 


10756 


4784 


4717 


6791 


7622 


8296 


8685 




3 


7293 


8151 


2571 


3968 


826 


1911 


1135 


407 


8960^ 


11071 


5211 


4799 


6798 


7921 


8889 


9039 




4 


7293 


8269 


2595 


4099 


892 


2099 


1191 


428 


9150 


11120 


5252 


4843 


6950 


7931 


9548 


9153 




S 


7359 


8305 


2629 


4172 


884 




1 196 


432 


9255 


11181 




5457 


7324 


8046 


10269 


9806 




6 


7418 


8406 


2643 


4252 


987 


2153 


1216 


435 


9708 


1 1 262 


5403 


5703 


7339 


8l22 


10348 


10014 




7 


7476 


8409 


286s 


4279 


1057 


2245 


1223 


470 


9928 


12663 




5774 


7347 


8178 


10420 


I0I22 




8 


7478 


8442 


2937 


4488 


1070 


2292 


1239 


472 


10241 


12670 


5817 


5780 


7840 


8277 


11701 


10133 




9 


7502 


8959 


2956 


4536 


1178 


2365 


1261 


492 


10383 


12707 


5821 


5850 


8020 


8289 


12269 


10477 




40 


7530 


8967 


3009 


4808 


1221 


• • • • 


1293 


492 


10443 


51 


5908 


5928 


8185 


8300 


12371 


10585 




1 


7603 


8970 


3458 


4910 


1278 


2410 


1306 


509 


10525 


125 


6364 


5966 


8200 


8346 


12507 


10592 




2 


7712 


8978 


3463 


4977 


1299 





1313 


565 


10578 


167 


6555 


6043 


8462 


8506 


12577 


10785 




3 


7763 


9658 


3466 


5018 


1365 


.... 


1350 


596 


10579 


403 


7023 


6276 


8590 


8656 


12582 


11238 




4 


7915 


9733 


3537 


5346 


1375 


2485 


1363 


664 


10972 


491 


.... 


6381 


8823 


875c 


1264; 


11824 




5 


7952 


9844 


3570 


5366 


1378 




1366 


677 


11028 


530 




6535 


8973 


9085 


1268c 


) 12140 




6 


7994 


10159 


3573 


5631 


1449 


2545 


1367 


679 


11102 


838 


798S 


6661 


9128 


929: 


! 1271 


» 12674 




7 


8288 


10211 


3812 


5651 


1450 


2563 


1371 


686 


1 1 138 


1133 


824S 


! 6667 


9219 


950i 


i 






8 


8488 


1846 


3835 


5657 


1466 


2599 


1380 


694 


11279 


ilii 


... 


6974 


9240 


958 


3 






9 


8520 


2002 


4055 


5658 


1526 


2649 


1382 


715 


11307 


1246 


1009, 


i 6994 


9423 


9592 1 





XIU 



XJV 








Burn 


ham: 


General Catalogue of Double 


Stars 










No. 


^ 


A 


Hu 


Ho 


02 


See 


A.G. 


Hd 


Hn 


Es 


Kr 


Ku 


Howe 
9527 


Stone 

10272 
10345 
10358 


50 


8710 


2564 


4078 


5705 


1568 


2660 


1414 


748 


I1318 


139s 


10126 


7281 


1 


8804 


2578 


4243 


5810 


1598 


.... 


1423 


750 


1 1823 


1434 


10516 


7381 


9587 




2 


9009 


2633 


4270 


6133 


1614 




1435 


952 


I1856 


1669 


10547 


7582 


9728 




3 


9424 


2654 


4316 


6151 


1639 


2759 


1446 


955 


II981 


1680 




7616 


10082 


10505 
10852 




4 


9507 


3178 


4336 


6244 


1710 


2814 


1451 


975 


12006 


1775 


11132 


7743 


10190 




5 


9594 


3201 


5073 


6428 


171S 


• . • • 


1456 


999 


I2I0I 


2008 


11314 


776s 


10626 


II2S4 
11398 




6 


9864 


3217 


5087 


6665 


1729 


3024 


1474 


1 142 


12104 


2289 


I1331 


8225 


10958 




7 


9884 


3592 


6923 


6761 


I7SS 


3066 


1478 


1 167 


12192 


2403 


"635 


9160 


II188 


11583 




8 


9924 


3626 


8446 


6774 


1766 


3128 


1481 


1425 


12459 


2455 


II672 


9910 


II249 


12086 




9 


10047 


3644 


8465 


6973 


1797 


3132 


1496 


1488 


12683 


2631 


I1748 


10255 
10957 
1 1000 


1 1422 
1 1 489 
II644 


12377 




60 


10207 


3645 


8473 


7177 


1793 





1525 


1491 


12696 


2653 


I1761 


II35I 


I2146 






1 


10228 


3704 


8478 


7217 


1828 





1564 


1497 


309 


2663 


1 1 830 


II567 


12342 
12692 






2 


10247 


5204J 


8499 


7235 


1849 


3222 


1569 


1541 


54° 


2685 


12156 


II68I 






3 


10266 


5262 


8523 


7328 


1864 


3228 


1606 


1867 


1316 


2809 


.... 


II747 






4 


10487 


5294 


8532 


7656 


1897 


3244 


1622 


2005 


1417 


2922 


12287 


12054 








6 


10520 


5381 


8586 


7789 


1900 




1666 


2006 


1748 


3350 


12438 


«AWJ.f 








6 


10538 


5512 


8575 


7848 


1906 




1670 


2046 


1925 


3386 













7 


10566 


5536 


8577 


7950 


1927 


3419 


1714 


2196 


1947 


3627 


12753 










8 


10669 


5616 


8589 


8051 


1961 


3453 


1750 


2366 


1951 


3637 












9 


10689 


5670 


8592 


8101 


1966 


.... 


1758 


2778 


1957 


3638 












70 


10714 


5795 


8668 


8158 


1998 




1817 


2785 


1970 


4432 












1 


10782 


5832 


8958 


8232 


2022 


3695 


1819 


2795 


1972 


4468 












2 


1 1006 


5834 


9205 


8245 


2043 


3722 


1823 


2797 


2021 


4899 












3 


1 1026 


5839 


9250 


8259 


2073 


3772 


1840 


2804 


2702 


6051 












4 


1 1 068 


5877 


9268 


8276 


2068 


3776 


1896 


2818 


2708 


6117 












5 


11346 


5957 


9336 


8286 


2092 


3969 


1958 


2859 


2753 


6143 












6 


1 1 756 


6031 


9578 


8309 


2095 


4009 


1981 


2877 


2824 


7756 












7 


1 1803 


6054 


9646 


8322 


2093 





1994 


2897 


2953 


7894 












8 


12176 


6170 


9812 


8352 


2097 


4033 


2055 


2899 


2993 


8283 












9 


12276 


6172 


9817 


8363 


2134 


4071 


2119 


2949 


3316 


8351 












80 


12290 


6567 


9930 


8397 


2146 


4112 


2235 


3088 


3511 


9284 












1 


12443 


7133 


10599 


8407 


2163 


4119 


2322 


3151 


3531 


9331 












2 


758 


7275 


10629 


8422 


2154 


.... 


2339 


3312 


3661 


9333 












3 


1420 


8410 


10638 


8534 


2225 


4156 


2453 


3538 


3665 


9625 












4 


1640 


8436 


10734 


8545 


2236 


4207 


2454 


3574 


3805 


9661 












5 


1943 


8546 


10776 


8552 


2257 


4240 


2482 


3578 


3910 


9883 












6 


2100 


8559 


10895 


8648 


2270 


4281 


2484 


3597 


3932 


9914 












7 


2149 


8612 


11078 


8698 


2271 


4292 


2486 


3598 


3996 


9970 












8 


2287 


8679 


III 17 


8764 


2394 


.... 


2492 


3599 


4000 


10406 












9 


2863 


8737 


U288 


8901 


2425 





2518 


3610 


4198 


104U 












90 


2857 


8768 


11859 


8915 


2415 


4354 


2552 


3620 


4214 


'0433 












1 


2961 


8813 


H928 


8936 


2428 




2555 


3658 


4217 


10475 












2 


2970 


8880 


11942 


8982 


2445 





2589 


3680 


4342 


10477 












3 


2979 


8883 


12011 


8987 


2464 





2621 


3740 


4373 


10552 












4 


3008 


9047 


12168 


8998 


2504 





2689 


3781 


4381 


10570 












6 


3029 


9077 


12318 


9032 


2509 


4412 


2800 


3773 


4540 


10628 












6 


3271 


9100 


12568 


9036 


2516 




2805 


3791 


4617 


107274 












7 


3355 


9108 


12602 


9044 


2506 




2810 


3838 


4690 


10870 












8 


3452 


9121 


12646 


9059 


2535 




2811 


3859 


S076 


10918 












9 


3760 


9147 


12665 


9060 


2549 


.... 


2884 


3864 


5213 


11020 













/. Stars Discovered by Modern Observers 



XV 



No. 



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7 
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3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
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120 
1 
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3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

130 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

140 
1 
2 
3 
4 
6 
6 
7 
8 
9 



3764 

4310 

4538 

4853 

4966 

5062 

7012 

247 

292 

364 

711 
5559 
634s 
6500 
6528 
6616 
681 1 
6896 
7041 
7117 

7S33 
7336 
7340 
7786 
7887 
7891 
7943 
7951 
8000 
8014 

823s 
8414 
8390 
8549 
8571 
8670 
8740 
8909 
9106 
9116 

9154 
9253 
9313 
9387 
9481 
9524 
9590 
9623 
9663 
9769 



9163 
9209 
9231 

9257 
9271 
9422 
9452 
9471 
9596 
12395 

12745 
270 
809 
2258 
2331 
2431 
291 1 

2925 
2931 
3091 

3102 
3173 
3583 
4943 
4989 
5026 
5031 
5040 
5091 
5092 

5115 
5146 
5591 
5630 
5634 
5717 
5745 
5776 
5782 
5826 

5898 

5999 
6056 
6096 
6098 
6123 
6320 
6807 
684s 
6860 



Hu 



12733 
1736 
1773 
1831 

2351 
2918 

3199 
3265 
3283 
3371 

3376 
3769 
3795 
3955 
4225 
4504 
4582 
4672 
4722 
4766 

4773 
4781 

4873 
4902 

4954 
4997 
5022 

5132 
5636 
5737 

5742 
5845 
6000 
6071 
6219 
6273 
6279 
6356 
6781 
6792 

6906 
7010 

7054 
7142 

7147 
7188 

7231 
7240 

7255 
7266 



Ho 



9069 
913I 
9187 
919I 
9231 
9252 
9323 
9397 
9409 

9483 

9491 
9512 
9523 
9543 
9619 

9725 
9736 
9853 
9856 

9951 

1 000 1 
10002 
10037 
10050 
10118 
10116 
10121 
10150 
10180 
10219 

10220 
10240 
10294 
10295 

10357 
10407 
10408 
10430 
10469 
10482 

10492 
10517 
10532 
10531 
10581 
10587 
10598 
10667 
10672 
10739 



OS 



A.G. 



2554 
2566 
2592 
2623 
2668 
2676 
2684 
2729 
2756 
2816 

2817 
2825 
2866 
2885 
2903 
2936 
2941 
2960 
2972 
2975 

3023 
3062 

3035 
3033 
3078 
3083 
3081 
3092 
3099 
3133 



3139 
3142 
3148 
3159 
3176 
3245 
3322 
3313 
3335 
3353 

3372 
3405 
3410 
3422 
3431 
3437 
3440 
3443 
3456 
3474 



4716 



4772 
4762 
4862 



5122 



5204 



5916 



2988 
3014 
3057 
3094 
3104 
3M'» 
3189 
3215 
3223 
3297 

3334 
3348 
3374 
3384 
3398 
3399 
3473 
3517 
3524 
3576 

3589 
3591 
3623 
3655 
3699 
3708 
3712 
3718 
3724 
3753 



Hd 



3865 
3867 
3959 
3978 
4053 
4060 

4153 
4167 
4187 
4300 

4303 
4350 
4356 
4455 
4473 
4509 
4510 
45" 
4532 
4756 

4852 
4952 
5009 
5075 
5284 
5319 
5325 
5331 
5524 
5800 



Hn 



5367 

5375 
5396 
5401 
5402 
5417 

5488 
5513 
5540 

5555 
5606 

5958 



6276 



7039 

7312 
7357 

7458 
7462 

7494 
7577 
7607 



3756 


5823 


7620 


376S 


6127 





3770 


6131 


7933 


3778 


6139 


7980 


3787 


6238 


7989 


3808 


6297 


7997 


3816 


6443 




3822 


6473 


8084 


3983 


6857 


8103 


3997 


6896 


8227 


4041 


7340 


8275 


4057 


7519 


8419 


4200 


7678 


8427 


4208 


7846 


8458 


4297 


7946 


8533 


4315 


7973 


8730 


4339 


8000 


8744 


4428 


8214 


8823 


4435 


8332 


8839 


4441 


8371 


9226 



Es 



II02I 
III08 
III28 

"494 
11698 
1 1 809 
11882 
12158 
12364 
12421 

12431 

12480 

12671 

22 

29 

166 

250 

290 

473 
668 

1428 

1734 
2000 
5887 
6103 
6380 
8758 
8875 
9200 
9438 

9668 
9764 
9997 
10014 
10541 
10619 
10682 
10930 
10941 
10940 

11147 
1 1 202 
11332 
1 1 333 
11357 
1 1 407 
11587 
11714 
11790 
1249s 



xvi 








Burnhant: 


General 


Catalogue 


of Double Stars 










No. 


f 


A 


Hu 


Ho 


05 


Sec 


A. G. 


Hd 


Hn 


Es 


No. 


? 


A 


Hu 


Ho 


05 


See 


A. G, 


150 


9973 


90S7 


7282 


10753 


3497 


6152 


4462 


8965 


9239 


12536 


200 


4164 


I2251 


10372 


12403 


5055 


6743 


7483 


1 


10363 


9097 


73" 


10788 


3507 




4483 


8991 


9255 




1 


4192 


12256 


462 


12462 


5056 




7499 


2 


10488 


9099 


7397 


I0817 


3518 


6163 


4635 


9111 


9367 




2 


4409 


12293 


535 


12476 


5067 


6782 


7508 


3 


10500 


9126 


7406 


10879 


3550 




4669 


9364 


9720 




3 


4413 


12734 


1311 


12486 


5120 


6743 


7523 


4 


10574 


9129 


748S 


10887 


3562 




46S2 


9497 


9867 




4 


4494 


555 


1412 


12606 


S164 




7694 


5 


10588 


9175 


7507 


10909 


3584 




4797 


9741 


9878 




5 


4668 


1152 


1419 


12621 


5177 




7745 


6 


10696 


9176 


7528 


10931 


3601 




4802 


9886 


9888 




6 


4684 


"77 


1437 


12667 


5178 




7770 


7 


10727 


9182 


7584 


10949 


361S 




4804 


10352 


IOOI9 




7 


4708 


1190 


1769 


12669 


5219 




7802 


8 


10743 


9190 


7629 


10965 


3641 




4833 


1039S 


IOI28 




8 


4714 


IS" 


1857 


12697 


5223 




7875 


9 


10808 


9327 


7788 


10993 


3678 




4845 


10419 


10248 




9 


4730 


1524 


1876 


12703 


5232 




8034 


160 


10824 


9351 


7809 


1 1 003 


3681 




4907 


10478 


10295 




210 


4867 


2569 


1989 


194 


5281 




8091 


1 


10855 


9378 


7811 


11040 


3690 




4918 


10507 


10297 




1 


4901 


2580 


2029 


278 


5304 




8109 


2 


10871 


9430 


7812 


11053 


3752 




4925 


10765 


10455 




2 


5001 


2601 


2067 


314 


5345 




8123 


3 


10880 


9443 


7829 


11085 


3768 




4976 


10778 


10472 




3 


5106 


2569 


2131 


551 


5349 


7003 


8161 


4 


10969 


9478 


7844 


II173 


3821 




5051 


10844 


10496 




4 


5181 


3"7 


2360 


606 


5398 




8190 


5 


11056 


9490 


7851 


11179 


3844 




5053 


10976 


10651 




5 


5244 


3131 


2436 


624 


5365 




8239 


6 


11076 


9510 


7862 


11210 


3876 




5088 


11056 


10975 




6 


5263 


3448 


2540 


1264 


5409 




8362 


7 


11088 


9530 


7879 


II216 


3880 




5102 


11207 


II186 




7 


5325 


3472 


2746 


1442 


5431 




8437 


8 


11317 


9709 


7880 


11244 


3878 




5117 


11317 


"413 




8 


5329 


3554 


3393 


1465 


5437 




8484 


9 


1 1369 


9807 


7890 


II281 


3931 




5189 


11476 


II768 




9 


5408 


3577 


3464 


1506 


5444 





8486 


170 


11512 


10287 


7897 


11297 


3949 




5250 


1 1 596 


I2218 




220 


5702 


3686 


3486 


1954 


5445 


.... 


8492 


1 


11580 


10480 


7919 


11311 


4043 




5258 


1 1 896 


12277 




1 


6421 


5016 


3884 


1996 


S461 




8497 


2 


11691 


10489 


7934 


II3I5 


4073 




5629 


11950 






2 


6443 


5077 


4372 


2444 


5493 


7175 


8516 


3 


11738 


10502 


7967 


II345 


4120 




5637 


12012 






3 


6610 


5079 


4391 


2500 


5500 


7178 


8583 


4 


11750 


10518 


7990 


1 1365 


4129 


6437 


5760 


12114 






4 


6766 


5125 


4552 


2491 


5515 




8708 


5 


11832 


10630 


8010 


11436 


4130 




5835 


12331 






5 


6857 


7585 


4888 


2676 


5517 




8729 


6 


11920 


10666 


8033 


11440 


4181 




6106 


12360 






6 


6941 


763s 


4922 


2721 


5519 


7197 


8865 


7 


12012 


10711 


8035 


11451 


4191 




6160 


12452 






7 


7201 


7762 


4953 


3055 


5527 


7198 


9037 


8 


12046 


10726 


8048 


"555 







6191 


12565 






8 


7208 


7871 


5118 


3141 


5558 




9183 


9 


12108 


10805 


8056 


11566 


4226 





6201 


12566 






9 


12308 


7889 


5169 


3276 


5560 




9242 


180 


12177 


11183 


8064 


11620 


4238 




6221 








230 


332 


7892 


5246 


3290 


5599 


7221 


9280 


1 


12231 


11250 


8089 


11640 


4232 





6269 








1 


395 


7949 


5286 


3309 


5695 




9353 


2 


12274 


11300 


8096 


11687 


4312 




6272 








2 


440 


7978 


5899 


3324 


5714 


7228 


9435 


3 


995 


11492 


8104 


11705 


4322 




635s 








3 


487 


8133 


7797 


3337 


5733 


7239 


9446 


4 


2222 


11629 


8106 


11727 


4265 




6361 








4 


531 


8221 


8012 


3475 


5805 




9449 


5 


2286 


11658 


8121 


11724 


4355 




6394 








5 


614 


8230 


8271 


3477 


S8" 


.... 


9564 


6 


2350 


11665 


8154 


11844 


4399 


6559 


6441 








6 


633 


8238 


8278 


3536 


5837 




9568 


7 


2466 


11760 


8165 


11884 


4406 




6491 








7 


5490 


8399 


8509 


3560 


5859 




9595 


8 


2639 


11918 


8188 


11893 


4505 




6497 








8 


6912 


8411 


8515 


3593 


5986 


7301 


9652 


9 


2670 


11969 


8207 


11965 


4489 


6653 


6519 








9 


7070 


8424 


8547 


3630 


5895 




9656 


190 


2673 


12047 


8250 


11987 


4552 


6659 


6554 








240 


7380 


8470 


8558 


3690 


5955 




9683 


1 


2701 


12085 


8258 


12031 


4588 




6580 








1 


7791 


8474 


8566 


3809 


5970 


7321 


9696 


2 


2968 


12098 


8265 


12103 


4638 




6709 








2 


7984 


8494 


8580 


3989 


5990 


7325 


9714 


3 


3256 


12116 


8311 


12135 


4615 


6675 


6821 








3 


8355 


8513 


8606 


3999 


5988 


7337 


9761 


4 


3467 


12122 


8318 


12160 


4787 


6677 


6822 








4 


8356 


8540 


8621 


4173 


6026 




9772 


5 


3579 


12139 


8386 


12164 


4841 


.... 


6904 








5 


8371 


8603 


8633 


4184 


6111 




9836 


6 


3892 


12151 


8430 


12181 


4866 




7063 








6 


8456 


8616 


8638 


4234 


6114 


7356 


9931 


7 


3902 


12220 


8489 


12214 


4951 


6722 


7348 








7 


8617 


8624 


8671 


4244 


6145 




9941 


8 


4060 


12233 


8687 


12277 


4994 




7377 








8 


9194 


8623 


8697 


4293 


6156 




9999 


9 


4053 


12235 


8877 


12289 


5023 


6734 


7429J 








9 


9466 


8667 


8723 


4330 


6155 




10007 



/. Stars Discovered by Modern Observers 



xvu 





No. 


p 


A 


Hu 


Ho 


OS 


See 


A.G. 


No. 


^ 


A 


Hu 


Ho 


02 


See 






250 


10569 


8693 


8727 


4346 


6159 




10013 


300 


8467 


II259 


12541 


1233s 


7349 


.... 






1 


10787 


8753 


8772 


4758 


6181 


7431 


1 006 1 


1 


436 


11278 


2056 


12346 


7392 









2 


10884 


8756 


8807 


4864 


6222 


.... 


10094 


2 


508 


II349 


2075 


12493 


7438 









3 


41 


8770 


8811 


5207 


6256 


.... 


10120 


3 


612 


11352 


2165 


12501 


7477 









4 


52 


8805 


8850 


5704 


6257 




10198 


4 


1291 


1140s 


2172 


84 


7482 








5 


61 


8829 


8853 


6034 


6267 


7457 


10222 


5 


1340 


11408 


2275 


339 


7544 








6 


146 


8866 


8857 


6258 


6312 




10231 


6 


1398 


1 1 432 


7209 


42s 


7546 








7 


359 


8890 


8869 


6381 


6321 


7463 


10278 


7 


1422 


11447 


7232 


498 


7543 








8 


637 


8918 


8885 


6466 


6332 


.... 


I03S5 


8 


1795 


11507 


7253 


585 


7589 









9 


990 


8934 


8900 


6470 


6393 


.... 


10370 


9 


2044 


11769 


7257 


733 


7587 









260 


992 


8937 


8948 


6476 


6395 


7465 


10380 


310 


2140 


I1913 


7272 


746 


7630 


.... 






1 


1409 


8951 


8993 


6672 


6415 


7467 


10388 


1 


2213 


12187 


7554 


977 


7636 


7794 






2 


1424 


9048 


9145 


6843 


6420 




10448 


2 


2366 


12545 


7744 


1098 


7634 








3 


1944 


9091 


9162 


7008 


6446 





10454 


3 


2421 


704 


7746 


1247 


7673 








4 


8567 


9120 


9174 


7236 






10501 


4 


2460 


812 


8379 


1253 


7705 








5 


8852 


9143 


9227 


7801 


6483 





10510 


5 


2463 


1073 


8389 


I3S7 


7777 








6 


9758 


9148 


9249 


7989 


6494 





10524 


6 


2398 


1312 


8401 


148s 


7782 








7 


10427 


9193 


9687 


8398^ 


6499 




10528 


7 


2607 


1394 


8408 


1494 


7800 


7821 






8 


10542 


9256 


10046 


8439 


6512 




10632 


8 


2622 


2730 


8451 


15IS 


7810 








9 


10707 


9371 


10333 


8464 


6524 




10717 


9 


2744 


2749 


8466 


1662 


7814 


.7867 






270 


10818 


9418 


10444 


8923 


6630 


7559 


10901 


320 


2769 


2852 


8591 


1676 


7819 








1 


10881 


9420 


10491 


8924 


6663 




10924 


1 


2889 


3067 


8629 


1690 


7825 








2 


10947 


9511 


10576 


9220 


6671 





11048 


2 


2900 


3082 


8642 


169s 


7832 








3 


1 1060 


9550 


10724 


9393 


6676 





11098 


3 


3251 


3292 


8676 


1808 


7873 








4 


11178 


9606 


10861 


9419 


6724 





11137 


4 


3652 


3362 


8726 


1890 


7883 








5 


1 1409 


9727 


10933 


9649 


6732 




III 66 


5 


3679 


3558 


8769 


1936 


7900 


7961 






6 


11410 


9791 


10999 


9774 


6731 




1 1233 


6 


3715 


3744 


8834 


2050 


7940 


7966 






7 


11888 


9832 


IIO18 


10129 


6758 


7610 


II 240 


7 


3746 


3842 


8851 


2052 


7936 


.... 






8 


12316 


9927 


II169 


10223 


6764 


7614 


11358 


8 


3839 


3879 


8854 


2110 


7944 








9 


12523 


9932 


II174 


10346 


6770 




1 1393 


9 


3866 


3881 


8931 


2150 


8007 


8018 






280 


1265s 


9933 


II176 


10543 


6763 


.... 


11546 


330 


3975 


3888 


8939 


2170 


8041 


8024 






1 


12709 


9977 


U269 


10700 


6820 




11601 


1 


3998 


3895 


8942 


2175 


8055 








2 


7907 


10002 


I1415 


10705 


6868 




11713 


2 


4080 


4023 


8945 


2319 


8071 


8029 






3 


8285 


10049 


"439 


10807 


6923 




1 1 798 


3 


4403 


4030 


9102 


2320 


8083 








4 


8443 


10067 


11515 


10848 


6963 




11868 


4 


4453 


4271 


9104 


2624 


8143 








5 


8448 


1009s 


11544 


10853 


7001 


7719 


11891 


5 


4785 


4472 


9130 


2791 


8157 








6 


8429 


10109 


11585 


10908 


7028 


7727 


11941 


6 


4970 


4541 


9180 


2952 


8180 


8102 






7 


9020 


10156 


11627 


10954 


7044 




1 1 947 


7 


5057 


4543 


9203 


304s 


8186 


8130 






8 


1039s 


10167 


11876 


1 1054 


7049 





11984 


8 


5061 


4568 


9237 


3302 


8210 








9 


10891 


10179 


1 1 922 


1 1554 


7065 




12133 


9 


5126 


4695 


9289 


3370 


8242 








290 


11716 


10204 


11944 


1 1 562 


7076 


.... 


12216 


340 


5803 


4720 


9340 


3409 


8148 








1 


11732 


10214 


1 1959 


11588 


7103 


7773 


12254 


1 


6363 


4872 


9403 


3483 


8353 








2 


8413 


10232 


12315 


1 1 682 


7181 




12359 


2 


6433 


4932 


9454 


3792 


8359 








3 


8868 


10238 


12319 


1 1800 


7187 




12427 


3 


6649 


5150 


9541 


3905 


8364 








4 


10033 


10865 


12328 


11851 


7186 




12534 


4 


6688 


5228 


9599 


3937 


8391 








5 


10054 


10915 


12329 


"873 


7192 


.... 


12558 


5 


6951 


5467 


9610 


4005 


8418 








6 


10207 


1 1059 


12334 


11895 


7276 




12635 


6 


7006 


6728 


9621 


4042 


8454 


8313 






7 


10266 


11116 


12368 


11973 


7320 




12648 


7 


7046 


6944 


9624 


4246 


8537 


.... 






8 


1 040 1 


11170 


12419 


12016 


7332 


12668 


8 


7096 


7568 


9629 


4382 




8423 






9 


8459 


1 1 204 


12426 


12238 


7333 


12686 


9 


7136 


7716 


9654 


4396 


8468 


8434 


- 



xviii 






Burnham: 


General Catalogue of Double Stars 








No. 


p 


A 


Hu 


Ho 


02 


See 


No. 


? 


A 


Hu 


Ho 


02 


See 


350 


7174 


7799 


9676 


4408 


8561 


8480 


400 


1602 


10644 


12280 


7473 


9979 


9773 


1 


7189 


8044 


9685 


4437 


8575 




1 


1907 


10877 


1 


7560 


10008 


9788 


2 


719s 


8061 


9803 


4464 


8588 


8526 


2 


2167 


III24 


25 


7597 


10028 


.... 


3 


7218 


8412 


9841 


4587 


8578 




3 


2194 


11195 


91 


7601 


10041 




4 


7358 


8657 


9940 


4731 


8622 


8597 


4 


2427 


11264 


100 


7611 


10074 





5 


7527 


8661 


9947 


4739 


8636 


8647 


5 


2986 


II265 


103 


7628 


10103 


9874 


6 


7683 


8682 


10068 


4812 


8650 


8719 


6 


2995 


11418 


170 


7657 


10141 


9896 


7 


7856 


8747 


10080 


4844 


8659 


8738 


7 


4831 


"493 


201 


7662 


10281 


.... 


8 


8177 


8882 


10092 


4875 


8663 


8742 


8 


4851 


H539 


207 


7787 


10338 




9 


9024 


8984 


10117 


4877 


8662 




9 


4895 


11570 


227 


7806 


10405 


9868 


360 


9213 


8996 


10125 


4879 


86go 


8766 


410 


4958 


11607 


327 


7824 


10423 




1 


9659 


9040 


10181 


4905 


8749 




1 


5491 


11670 


336 


7843 


10473 


9998 


2 


10141 


9109 


10400 


4996 


8819 


8818 


2 


6041 


11707 


382 


7886 


10523 


10039 


3 


10264 


9169 


10647 


4998 


8828 


.... 


3 


6635 


11880 


418 


7963 


10533 




4 


10519 


9283 


10740 


5020 


8892 


8893 


4 


6952 


11923 


451 


7983 


10534 


10089 


5 


10544 


9290 


10771 


508s 


8932 





5 


7404 


12009 


628 


7995 


10565 




6 


10557 


9366 


10769 


5089 


9146 





6 


7929 


12067 


705 


8030 


10590 


10127 


7 


10607 


9392 


10790 


S134 


9152 




7 


8252 


12143 


717 


8050 


10591 




8 


10731 


9437 


10875 


5161 


9157 


8992 


8 


8358 


12226 


745 


8090 


10608 


10157 


9 


10997 


946s 


10950 


5224 


9134 


899s 


9 


8619 


12278 


828 


8094 


10610 




370 


11058 


9476 


10967 


5301 


9171 




420 


8620 


12396 


880 


8097 


10606 


10283 


1 


11121 


9536 


1 1072 


5318 


9167 


9081 


1 


8887 


12424 


896 


8117 


10622 




2 


11171 


9553 


11119 


S4S2 


9291 




2 


9119 


12437 


967 


8208 


10617 




3 


11187 


9575 


11185 


5513 


9301 




3 


9296 


12508 


1001 


8254 


10620 


10375 


4 


11217 


9598 


11201 


5571 


9399 




4 


9341 


12583 


1154 


8261 


10650 





5 


1 1 537 


9653 


1 1209 


5580 


941S 


9281 


5 


9759 


12636 


1222 


8267 


10675 


10432 


6 


11584 


9669 


1 1 242 


5584 


9442 




6 


9872 


12638 


1229 


8335 


10686 


10452 


7 


11625 


9704 


11247 


5660 


9459 




7 


9873 


12650 


1233 


8365 


10706 


10456 


8 


H636 


9798 


11263 


5664 


9473 


• • • • 


8 


9908 


12705 


1276 


8376 


10766 




9 


1 1 668 


9802 


11313 


5979 


9489 




9 


9916 


12723 


1325 


8400 


10772 




380 


"735 


9866 


11317 


6254 


9531 




430 


9987 


31 


1402 


8511 


10809 




1 


II79S 


9906 


1 1 363 


6501 


9540 


9361 


1 


10134 


211 


1532 


8541 


10815 


10561 


2 


12036 


9943 


11371 


6581 


9535 




2 


10203 


237 


1649 


8542 


10841 


10561 


3 


12058 


9946 


1 1642 


6624 


956s 


9400 


3 


10257 


294 


1658 


8581 


10885 


IO61I 


4 


12118 


9964 


1 1675 


6828 


9582 


9406 


4 


10318 


367 


1674 


8599 


10902 


10614 


S 


12201 


10030 


1 1697 


6840 


9613 


9429 


5 


10385 


377 


1726 


8613 


10914 


10673 


6 


12372 


10034 


11729 


6877 


9644 


.... 


6 


11562 


441 


1830 


8665 


10888 


10683 


7 


1243s 


1 005 1 


11752 


6916 


9650 




7 


1202 


483 


2138 


8731 


10922 




8 


12441 


looss 


11770 


7022 


9693 


.... 


8 


9391 


516 


2142 


8762 


10938 




9 


12510 


10053 


11792 


7038 


9689 


9475 


9 


9823 


588 


2208 


8820 


10971 


10722 


390 


12561 


10056 


11815 


7051 


9732 


9480 


440 


9916 


622 


2217 


8864 


lIOll 


10763 


1 


30 


10107 


II 849 


7108 


9775 


9502 


1 


10076 


786 


2295 


9027 


1 1033 


10906 


2 


106 


10206 


11865 


7131 


9782 




2 


10063 


1087 


2299 


9063 


11084 




3 


126 


10225 


11871 


7289 


9786 


9532 


3 


10188 


1155 


2352 


9071 


11100 


10864 


4 


243 


10259 


11919 


7297 


9820 


9571 


4 




1180 


2390 


9074 


11126 


10878 


5 


335 


10285 


11921 


7339 


9833 


9603 


6 


10702 


1182 


2472 


9117 


11 130 




6 


543 


10347 


12045 


7388 


9851 


9628 


6 


10921 


1257 


2523 


9120 


11139 


10977 


7 


587 


I03S9 


12074 


7403 


9875 




7 


10962 


1282 


2698 


9172 


11145 




8 


630 


10387 


12120 


7419 


9933 




8 


11017 


1284 


3016 


9288 


11168 


11004 


9 


768 


10424 


12264 


7439 


9980 




9 


1114S 


1314 


3058 


9320 


11 189 


11019 



Stars Discovered by Modern Observers 



XIX 



No. 



450 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

460 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

470 
1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

480 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

490 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



1 1 936 

12019 

12078 

894 

4539 
4990 
5848 
6002 
6017 
6271 

6479 
6678 
6890 
8458 
8568 
8800 
9014 
9580 

9585 
9792 

9939 
10508 
10688 
10736 
11491 
II5S7 
"593 
11614 
11752 
11788 

11899 
12119 
12700 
26 
33 
43 
81 

lOI 

181 
198 

314 
354 
401 

405 
420 
431 
452 
458 
464 
488 



1349 
1351 
1399 
1416 

1523 
1527 
1562 

1653 
1667 

1794 

1850 
1941 
1953 
1955 
1968 

1973 
2003 
2047 
2048 
2062 

2065 
2077 
2148 

2155 
2214 
2238 
2327 
2361 

2399 
2440 

2470 
2508 
2512 

2559 
2561 
2567 
2700 
2720 
2752 
2827 

2855 
2872 

2893 
2910 
2928 
2935 
2933 
2944 
2989 
2991 



Hu 



3134 
3278 
3296 
3299 
3819 
39" 
4124 
4190 
4780 
5358 

5586 
5723 
5783 
5838 
5876 
5891 
6176 
6194 
6227 
6517 

6525 
6533 
6598 
6613 
6757 
6793 
6991 
7007 
7373 
7536 

7564 
7591 
7598 
7636 
7666 
7706 
7707 
7721 
7916 
7924 

1 1002 
"455 
"497 
1 1 693 
11890 
1205s 
1 222 1 
12277 
12458 
12586 



Ho 



9324 

9325 

9376 

9576 

9881 

10066 

IOI44 

IOI92 

10394 

10539 

IO621 
10652 
10703 
1 1097 
11152 
II248 
II261 
I1289 
II421 
"444 

11520 

"575 
"603 
11632 
11680 

"793 
11810 
"813 
11818 
11858 

Ii86i 

"951 
12008 
12029 
12084 
12149 
12170 
12186 
12311 
12363 



12742 

182 

416 

539 

548 

550 

927 

1140 

1504 

1566 



02 



11241 
11320 

"347 
11362 
1 1364 
"372 
11376 
11391 

"397 
11458 

11472 
11477 
11506 
"538 
"556 
11568 
"578 
11602 
11621 
11659 

11685 
"754 
"773 
11778 
11840 
11875 
11928 
11930 
11936 
11938 

1 1 966 
11970 
12032 
12094 
12088 
12130 
12138 
12144 
12170 
12196 

12207 
12232 
12224 
12299 
12312 
12348 
12405 
12408 
12415 
12428 



See 



mil 
"136 
11156 
11158 

11206 

11228 



11277 
"344 

1 1367 
11438 
11450 

11460 

11508 

11525 
11628 
"653 

11744 

"934 

1 207 1 
12219 



12260 
12298 

12357 
12366 

12357 



No. 



12447 
12469 



12599 
12607 



500 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 



510 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

520 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

530 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

540 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



485 
583 
597 
676 
679 
741 
790 
824 
848 
900 

946 
953 
994 
1036 
1049 
1054 
1091 
1260 
1285 
1288 

1338 
1384 
1390 

1439 
1471 
1508 
1565 
1567 
1580 
1624 

1617 
1692 
1762 

1774 
1807 

1834 
1856 
1866 
1880 
1901 



1940 
1945 
1953 
1962 
2013 
2026 
2059 
2084 
2114 
2226 



2998 

3034 
3120 
3138 
3160 
3252 
3468 
3476 
3478 
3520 

3563 
3572 
3648 
3662 
3734 
3749 
3771 
3777 
3783 
3815 

3846 
3870 
3898 
3917 
3921 
3930 
3964 
4022 
4067 
4068 

4102 
4144 

4154 
4161 
4176 
4185 
4189 
4328 
4347 
4395 

4401 
4424 
4433 
4440 
4443 
4478 

4525 
4572 
4573 
4584 



Hu 



12637 

12743 

12752 

44 

77 

159 

180 

213 
234 

257 

277 
284 
334 
348 
371 
373 
449 
549 
554 
604 

670 
689 

693 
702 

723 
755 
809 
822 
841 
846 

855 

859 

915 

918 

932 

"57 

1225 

1254 

1360 

1370 

1391 
1538 
1543 
1603 
1616 
1638 
1863 
2018 
2074 
2171 



Ho 



1591 

1597 
1619 
1627 
1835 
1956 
2038 
2112 
2145 
2908 

2930 
3087 
3155 
3216 
3406 
3500 
3603 
3736 
3856 
3853 

3929 
4026 

4053 
4204 

4519 

4577 
4585 
4590 
4621 
4738 

4934 
5394 
5546 
5593 
5985 
6007 
6136 
6210 
6316 
6379 

6505 
6824 
6879 
6882 
6891 
6927 
7016 
7196 
7207 
7304 



OS 



12468 
12492 
12494 
12517 
12520 
12542 
12570 

12573 
12575 
12587 

12596 

12615 

12651 

12661 

12729 

600 

1885 

2588 

2862 

3426 

3890 

5212 

5227 

5371 

8370 

8916 

10261 

10749 

11061 

11962 

12000 
2027 
9724 

10390 

8344 
10829 
12090 
11390 

7563 
5706 

1757 
9973 
7244 

8571 
8955 
3074 
8819 
12740 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



No. 


p 


A 


Hu 


Ho 


No. 


? 


A 


Hu 


Ho 


No. 


? 


A 


Hu 


No. 


/5 


A 


Hu 


550 


2266 


4627 


22II 


7526 


600 


5732 


9615 


12679 


10693 


650 


9382 


12794 


7274 


700 


11731 


13417 


12690 


1 


2368 


4634 


2242 


7547 


1 


5796 


9616 


225 


10903 


1 


9372 


12799J 


7298 


1 


11736 


13439 


3200 


2 


2383 


4748 


2324 


7670 


2 


5912 


9631 


615 


10907 


2 


9394 


12804 


7345 


2 


II772 


13442 


3341 


3 


2426 


4752 


2370 


7715 


3 


5926 


971S 


12895 


11045 


3 


9404 


12808 


7355 


3 


II786 


13445 


3345 


4 


24S9 


4919 


2374 


7821 


4 


5929 


9742 


12913 


11055 


4 


9417 


12809 


7366 


4 


I179I 


13448 


3786 


5 


2605 


5278 


2397 


7857 


5 


6127 


9746 


1593 


11218 


5 


9427 


12831 


7370 


5 


I1812 


13454 


3830 


6 


271S 


5499 


2583 


7868 


6 


6165 


9754 


1932 


11232 


6 


9520 


12834 


13323 


6 


I1827 


13455 


4035 


7 


2771 


5526 


2831 


7908 


7 


6238 


9757 


12978 


11252 


7 


9562 


12840 


7393 


7 


U817 


13462 


4126 


8 


2796 


5726 


3013 


7918 


8 


6410 


9870 


2179 


11255 


8 


9569 


12890 


7436 


8 


11842 


13463 


4201 


9 


2964 


5808 


3099 


8124 


9 


6409 


9912 


2181 


11353 


9 


9718 


12892 


7475 


9 


1 1 903 


13465 


4223 


560 


2977 


5868 


3109 


8138 


610 


6473 


10249 


2262 


11443 


660 


10031 


12899 


7513 


710 


II917 


13469 


4228 


1 


2974 


5978 


3358 


8212 


1 


6557 


10511 


2264 


11496 


1 


10077 


2596 


13345 


1 


"943 


13472 


4313 


2 


3035 


6220 


3367 


8229 


2 


6578 


10568 


2335 


11505 


2 


10105 


3098 


7595 


2 


12060 


13474 


4314 


3 


3036 


6280 


3513 


8310 


3 


6656 


10571 


13046 


1 1 602 


3 


10163 


3107 


7650 


3 


12069 


13476 


4390 


4 


3100 


6340 


3566 


8316 


4 


6663 


10582 


13051 


11612 


4 


10176 


3122 


7754 


4 


12237 


13477 


4599 


5 


3196 


6465 


5143 


8326 


5 


6846 


10678 


3642 


11666 


5 


10168 


3140 


7761 


5 


12242 


13487 


4616 


6 


3248 


6467 


5373 


8508 


6 


6915 


10890 


3668 


11712 


6 


10187 


3237 


13354 


6 


12255 


13494 


4647 


7 


3260 


6523 


5585 


8653 


7 


7009 


10916 


13114 


11821 


7 


10035 


13095 


13358 


7 


12285 


13496 


4657 


8 


33S7 


6658 


5598 


8774 


8 


7150 


10984 


3855 


11847 


8 


10289 


3261 


7937 


8 


12325 


9660 


4876 


9 


3368 


6702 


6079 


8872 


9 


7367 


10996 


3950 


11961 


9 


10298 


3352 


7969 


9 


12346 


9828 


4894 


570 


3402 


6913 


6080 


9058 


620 


7374 


1 1348 


13131 


12182 


670 


10310 


3447 


7977 


720 


12432 


9849 


4897 


1 


3526 


6949 


6199 


9070 


1 


7414 


11356 


4066 


12399 


1 


10340 


3784 


7996 


1 


12450 


13510 


4903 


2 


3781 


7148 


6404 


9079 


2 


7444 


11379 


4136 


12708 


2 


10367 


3926 


8026 


2 


12477 


13513 


4916 


3 


3794 


7238 


6418 


9127 


3 


7472 


11502 


13150 




3 


10439 


13135 


8053 


3 


12498 


10024 


5159 


4 


3841 


7767 


6933 


9178 


4 


7590 


11561 


4495 




4 


10459 


4224 


8416 


4 


12502 


13529 


5165 


5 


3934 


7784 


6972 


9188 


5 


7624 


11574 


4527 




5 


10476 


13145 


8691 


5 


12524 


10158 


5279 


6 


4561 


8450 


6996 


9221 


6 


7648 


"594 


4553 




6 


10512 


5666 


8927 


6 


12549 


10175 


5611 


7 


3990 


8487 


7308 


9224 


7 


7779 


11655 


4641 




7 


10527 


13212 


8960 


7 


12559 


10195 


5822 


8 


4076 


8491 


7335 


9358 


8 


7955 


11660 


4866 




8 


10656 


5864 


8964 


8 


12605 


10200 


5851 


9 


4120 


8495 


7353 


9537 


9 


7945 


1 1692 


5176 




9 


10738 


5893 


9460 


9 


12631 


13530 


5917 


580 


4233 


8554 


7360 


9695 


630 


7964 


11689 


5197 




680 


10747 


13220 


9542 


730 


12664 


10237 


5938 


1 


4414 


8587 


8524 


9739 


1 


8100 


12020 


5295 




1 


10819 


6015 


9622 


1 


12677 


10251 


5942 


2 


4418 


8593 


8536 


9779 


2 


8180 


12025 


5344 




2 


10828 


6016 


9647 


2 


12687 


10254 


5976 


3 


4459 


8600 


8610 


9780 


3 


8274 


12070 


5361 




3 


10980 


13241 


9651 


3 


12701 


10291 


5980 


4 


4705 


8627 


8808 


9809 


4 


8284 


12079 


5363 




4 


11007 


13243 


9692 


4 


466 


10284 


5991 


5 


471S 


9408 


10075 


9826 


5 


8304 


12123 


5434 




5 


11014 


13252 


9703 


5 


562 


10296 


6078 


6 


4783 


8720 


10201 


9838 


.6 


8367 


12153 


5462 




6 


11129 


13255 


9710 


6 


923 


13535 


6099 


7 


4828 


8952 


10263 


9976 


7 


8388 


12203 


5622 




7 


11151 


13256 


9749 


7 


1201 


10328 


6141 


8 


5004 


8972 


10415 


10064 


8 


8393 


12268 


S667 




8 


11200 


13275 


9762 


8 


1252 


10343 


6252 


9 


5086 


9010 


10677 


10032 


9 


8467 


12301 


5719 




9 


11213 


13294 


9793 


9 


1263 


13536 


6384 


590 


5097 


9110 


10728 


10069 


640 


8507 


12324! 


6281 




690 


11227 


13298 


10493 


740 


1422 


13537 


6450 


1 


5114 


9125 


10963 


10073 


1 


8514 


12428 


6328 




1 


1 1236 


7166 


10748 


1 


1507 


13538 


6547 


2 


5251 


9272 


10987 


10091 


2 


8630 


12473 


13238 




2 


11283 


13347 


10899 


2 


1687 


10376 


6735 


3 


5342 


9345 


11044 


10138 


3 


8654 


12488 


6383 




3 


11350 


13349 


11224 


3 


1922 


10382 


6962 
7112 
7114 
7319 
7424 

7653 
7904 


4 


5409 


9348 


1 1 092 


10265 


4 


8664 


12516 


6454 




4 


11459 


13389 


11308 


4 


2159 


10384 


5 


5565 


9396 


1 1634 


10441 


5 


8755 


12578 


6576 




5 


1 1 463 


13391 


11589 


5 


2192 


13540 


6 


5570 


9398 


11719 


1055s 


6 


8908 


12763 


6715 




6 


1 1 464 


13392 


11622 


6 


2252 


10421 


7 


5600 


9426 


12259 


10594 


7 


8912 


12771 


7026 




7 


"499 


13395 


12528 


7 


2265 


10433 


8 


5639 


9472 


12282 


10642 


8 


8933 


12774 


7069 




8 


"553 


13400 


12584 


8 


2392 


10434 


1 ^ 


5676 


9581 


12397 


10689 


9 


8953 


12780 


7260 


9 


11579 


13402 


12597 


9 


2497 


13545 



Stars Discovered by Modern Observers 



XXI 



Hu 



No. 



No. 



Hu 



No. 



Hu 



No. 



Hu 



750 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 



760 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

770 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

780 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

790 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



2521 

2534 
2929 

3414 
3493 
3504 
361 1 
3920 
4052 
8387 

8449 

9455 
10027 
10139 
10634 
10646 

10935 
10970 

1341 
"543 

1 1 802 

11835 

12052 

12154 

12412 

12456 

112 

1 56 

200 

217 

271 

445 

700 

851 

922 

1051 

1171 

1751 

1759 

2231 

5339 
5747 
5881 

5889 
5951 
5990 
6109 
6209 
6374 
6389 



13551 
10618 
10631 

13553 
10641 
10649 
10660 
10657 
10759 
13562 

10793 
13563 
10927 

10937 
10964 

10973 
10990 
11027 
11034 
11036 

11038 
11050 
II 140 
1; 

13592 
13600 
13601 
13603 
11430 

11435 



7941 
8072 
8079 
8266 
8763 
88o6| 

8835 
901 1 
9627 
9879 



800 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



10292 
10324 
10602 
10636 
10658 
10762 
10789 
10833 
10839 
10892 

I 

11075 
11404 
11419 
11424 
11426 
11479 
11604 
1 1887 
11879 



810 
1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

820 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



13605 
13607 
11652 
11762 
13624 
12107 
12206 
12253 
12350 
1235 

12367 

12433 
12588 
125S9 
12590 
12594 

12595 
12632 
12630 
12652 



11901 
1 1909 
11949 

"953 

1 1958 

1205 

12249 

12252 

12250 

12262 

12283 
12455 
12474 
12499 
12496 
12504 

12533 
12576 
12699 
12710 



830 
1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

840 
1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



6442 
6625 
6642 
6747 
6939 
6945 
6946 
6968 
7073 
7137 

7421 
7498 
7505 
7638 
7639 
7640 
7668 
7669 
7677 
768s 

7699 
7785 
7847 
7863 
8172 

8325 
8368 

9551 
9604 

9633 



9721 

9753 
9890 

9963 
0495 
0707 

0754 
0760 
0910 
0929 



1309 

1343 
1521 
1704 

1759 
1912 

1995 
2043 
2059 
2075 



12711 
12759 
12761 
12767 
12775 
12779 
12787 
12791 
12792 
12796 



12802 
12806 
12813 
12837 
12842 
12851 
12852 
12856 
12872 
12873 

12875 



12893 
2900 
12901 
12908 
1 29 10 
12919 
12929 
12937 



12944 

12959 
12960 
12976 
12986 
12989 
13000 
13004 

13005 
13008 



13023 
13026 
13036 
13047 
13048 
13049 
13050 

1305s 
13059 
13062 



12730 
419 

477 
656 
917 
982 

1058 

"53 
1203 

1334 

i486 

1533 
1552 
18" 
1904 
1946 
2104 

2"3 

2377 
2382 

2477 
2562 
2572 
2614 
2868 

2874 

3087 

3124 

13096 

13098 



850 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

860 
1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

870 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



13099 
13100 
13101 
13112 

i3"5 
13119 
13124 
13125 
13128 
13129 

13132 
13136 
13137 
13139 
13141 
13142 

13143 
13146 

131 
13152 



880 
1 
2 
3 

4 

5 

5i 

6 

7 

8 

9 

890 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



12106 
12131 
12205 
12279 

12345 
12475 
12484 
12505 
12510 
12609 

12682 

12716 

12732 

12747 

67 

402 

414 

527 

603 

832 

887 
942 
1052 
1066 
1122 
1217 
1240 
1462 
1720 
1724 

1836 
2268 
2297 
2381 
2496 
2565 
2616 
2669 
2672 
2690 
2728 

2740 
2763 
2965 
3121 
3258 
3291 
3416 
3650 
3659 
3743 



13064 
13065 
13066 
13070 
13102 
13103 
13333 
13404 
13427 
13428 

13434 
13436 
13437 
13446 
13492 
13505 
13507 
135" 
13518 
13531 

13532 
13533 
13534 
13539 
13541 
13543 
13544 
13552 
13556 
13558 

I3S59 
13561 

13564 
13566 

13567 
13569 

13571 
13574 
13578 
13591 

13595 
13596 
13604 
13609 
136" 
13616 

13647 
13651 
13654 
13659 



13153 
13155 
13159 
13160 
13161 
13162 
13164 
13167 
13168 
13171 

13172 
13173 
13174 
13175 
13176 

13177 
13179 
13180 
13183 
13185 

13187 
13186 
13191 
13192 

13195 
13196 

13197 
13200 
13202 
13203 

13204 
13205 
13207 
13208 
13209 
13210 

1321 1 
13216 
13217 
1 32 1 9 



900 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

910 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

920 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

930 
1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



13222 
13224 
13230 
13231 
13234 
13246 

13249 
13251 

13253 
1 326 1 



3718 
3986 

4364 
4420 

4507 
4537 
4545 
4562 
4985 
5129 

5141 

5334 
5410 

5535 
5552 
5573 
5710 



940 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



5974 
5983 



6094 
6112 
6167 
6177 
6245 
6319 
6326 

6352 
6362 

6367 

6386 
6411 
6534 
6541 
6572 
6618 
6681 
6687 
6717 
6768 

6876 
6931 
7047 
7203 
7299 
7302 
7402 
7493 

7495 
7506 



13662 
12760 
12762 
12764 
12766 
12768 
12769 

12773 
12776 
12781 

12782 
12784 
12785 
12789 
12790 

12793 
12797 
12799 
12803 
12805 

12807 
12810 
12811 
12812 
12814 
12819 
12820 
12822 
12823 
12824 

12825 
12826 
12828 
12830 
12835 
12836 
12841 
12843 
1284S 
12846 

12848 
12849 
12853 
12854 
12857 
12858 
12859 
12860 
12862 
12863 



1326S 
13266 
13268 
13272 
13274 
13280 
13288 
13290 
13289 
13306 

13314 
13320 
13328 
13334 
13335 
13339 
13342 
13355 
13366 
13370 

13371 
13374 
13376 
13385 
13396 
13406 

13413 
13415 
13416 
13419 

13420 
13422 
13423 
13426 

13429 
13430 
13432 
13433 
13441 
13443 



950 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

960 
1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

970 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

980 
1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



13444 
13449 
13450 
13453 
13470 
13475 
13478 
13479 
13480 
13481 



990 
1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



7617 
7619 
7691 
7726 
7804 

7835 
7888 
7912 
7917 
7975 

8087 
8095 
8099 
8095 
8218 
8544 
8614 
8709 



8837 



8911 

8973 
9007 
9152 

9384 
9501 
9678 



9752 
9767 
9989 
10040 
10072 
10090 
10109 
10271 

10755 
11222 



1 1 500 

"597 
12273 
12525 
12529 
12562 
12608 
12736 
74 
758 



12865 
12866 
12867 
12868 
12869 
12870 
12874 
12876 
12878 
12881 

12884 
12885 
12886 
12887 
12889 
12894 
12896 
12897 
12898 
12906 

12907 
12909 
12914 
12915 
12916 
12925 
12926 
12928 
12932 
12935 

12936 
12938 
12940 
12941 
12946 
12949 

12951 
12952 

12953 
12954 

12955 

12957 
12963 
12964 
12966 
12967 
12970 
12972 
12975 



13483 
13482 
13488 
13490 
13499 
13500 
13506 
13522 
13526 
13557 

13565 
13568 
13570 
13577 
13579 
13580 
13581 
13582 

13583 
13586 

13589 
13590 
13594 
13598 
13599 
13602 
13606 
13610 
13613 
13617 

13618 
13620 
1 362 1 
13622 
13626 
13627 
13628 
13630 
13631 
13632 

13635 
13637 
13638 
13639 
13641 
13642 
13644 
13645 
13648 
13649 



xxii 








Burnham: 


General Catalogue of Double Stars 










No. 


? 


A 


Hu 


No. 


? 


A 


Hu 


No. 


3 


A 


Hu. 


No. 


/s 


A 


Hu 


1000 


825 


12981 


13650 


1050 


2856 


13097 


12921 


1100 


646 


13263 


13042 


1150 


12407 


13375 


13271 


1 


957 


12982 


12756 


1 


2875 


13104 


12922 


1 


732 


13264 


13045 


1 


I24IO 


13377 


13281 


2 


1433 


12983 


12757 


2 


2913 


1310S 


12923 


2 


754 


13267 


13052 


2 


12569 


13379 


13284 


3 


1878 


12985 


12758 


3 


3020 


13106 


12924 


3 


872 


13269 


13053 


3 


12611 


13380 


13285 


4 


2016 


12987 


12765 


4 


3022 


13107 


12927 


4 


88s 


13270 


13054 


4 


12672 


13382 


13287 


5 


2025 


12988 


12770 


5 


3073 


13108 


12930 


5 


1883 


13273 


13058 


5 


3 


13383 


13291 


6 


2576 


12991 


12772 


6 


3111 


13109 


12931 


6 


1898 


13276 


13063 


6 


202 


13384 


13292 


7 


2896 


12993 


12777 


7 


3133 


13110 


12933 


7 


6488 


13277 


13067 


7 


226 


13386 


13293 


8 


3239 


12994 


12778 


8 


3191 


I31II 


12934 


8 


6657 


13278 


13068 


8 


254 


13387 


13300 


9 


3862 


12995 


12783 


9 


3330 


I3113 


12939 


9 


6733 


13279 


13073 


9 


347 


13388 


13301 


1010 


12051 


13002 


12786 


1060 


3747 


13116 


12942 


1110 


680s 


13282 


13075 


1160 


438 


13390 


13304 


1 


12115 


13003 


12788 


1 


4197 


I3117 


12943 


1 


6842 


13283 


13077 


1 


537 


13393 


13305 


2 


12456 


13007 


12795 


2 


4260 


I3II8 


12945 


2 


690s 


13286 


13079 


2 


619 


13394 


13309 


3 


12571 


13009 


12798 


3 


4290 


13120 


12947 


3 


7005 


13295 


13082 


3 


743 


13398 


13311 


4 


7 


13010 


12800 


4 


4480 


I3121 


12948 


4 


7270 


13296 


13085 


4 


765 


13399 


13313 


5 


ISO 


1 30 1 1 


12801 


5 


4529 


13122 


12950 


5 


7609 


13297 


13087 


5 


789 


13407 


13316 


6 


956 


13012 


12815 


6 


4593 


13123 


12956 


6 


7718 


13299 


13088 


6 


844 


13408 


13317 


7 


3224 


13014 


12816 


7 


4609 


I3126 


12958 


7 


7801 


13302 


13090 


7 


857 


13409 


13319 


8 


3259 


13017 


12817 


8 


4795 


13127 


12961 


8 


7885 


13303 


13091 


8 


966 


I3412 


1 332 1 


9 


3264 


13020 


12818 


9 


4806 


I3133 


12962 


9 


7920 


13307 


13094 


9 


971 


13418 


13337 


1020 


3331 


13025 


12821 


1070 


5070 


I3134 


12965 


1120 


8014 


13308 


13130 


1170 


1175 


13424 


13338 


1 


3420 


13027 


12827 


1 


5123 


13138 


12968 


1 


8086 


13310 


13140 


1 


1205 


13438 


13341 


2 


3755 


13028 


12829 


2 


5303 


I3144 


12969 


2 


8085 


13312 


13154 


2 


1277 


13440 


13344 


3 


3912 


13029 


12832 


3 


5469 


I3147 


12971 


3 


8191 


133IS 


13156 


3 


1501 


13447 


13348 


4 


4004 


13030 


12833 


4 


5481 


13I49 


12973 


4 


8284 


I3318 


13158 


4 


1554 


13451 


13359 


5 


12171 


13031 


12838 


5 


5492 


13151 


12974 


5 


8299 


13322 


13169 


5 


1555 


13452 


13361 


6 


62 


13034 


12839 


6 


5605 


I3157 


12977 


6 


8306 


13324 


13178 


6 


1601 


13456 


13364 


7 


86 


13035 


12844 


7 


5652 


13163 


12979 


7 


8331 


13325 


13188 


7 


1657 


13457 


13365 


8 


488 


13038 


12847 


8 


5870 


13165 


12984 


8 


8590 


13326 


13189 


8 


1689 


13458 


13367 


9 


648 


13039 


12850 


9 


5998 


13166 


12990 


9 


9276 


13327 


13194 


9 


1709 


13459 


13373 


1030 


1584 


13043 


12855 


1080 


6180 


13170 


12992 


1130 


9416 


13329 


13198 


1180 


1725 


13460 


13378 


1 


2266 


13044 


12861 


1 


6343 


13181 


12996 


1 


9485 


13330 


13201 


1 


1803 


13464 


13381 


2 


2883 


13056 


12864 


2 


6348 


I3182 


12997 


2 


9552 


134371 


13206 


2 


1825 


13466 


13397 


3 


8879 


13057 


1 287 1 


3 


6385 


13184 


12998 


3 


9801 


13332 


13214 


3 


1841 


13467 


13401 


4 


10616 


13060 


12877 


4 


6460 


13190 


12999 


4 


10194 


13336 


13215 


4 


1882 


I3471 


13403 


5 


10939 


13061 


12879 


5 


7079 


13193 


13001 


5 


10276 


13340 


13218 


5 


2187 


13473 


13405 


6 


1:251 


13069 


12880 


6 


7126 


I3199 


13006 


6 


10319 


13343 


13223 


6 


2207 


1.3484 


13410 


7 


11971 


13071 


12882 


7 


7531 


I3213 


I3013 


7 


10639 


13346 


13225 


7 


2386 


1348s 


13411 


8 


12596 


13072 


12883 


8 


7878 


13221 


13015 


8 


10705 


13350 


13226 


8 


3015 


13486 


13414 


9 


1644 


13074 


12888 


9 


8031 


13227 


13016 


9 


10708 


13351 


13232 


9 


3070 


13489 


13421 


1040 


1776 


13076 


12891 


1090 


8062 


13228 


13018 


1140 


10898 


13352 


13233 


1190 


3069 


13491 


13425 


1 


1839 


13078 


12902 


1 


8438 


13229 


13019 


1 


10995 


13353 


13236 


1 


3361 


13495 


13431 


2 


1977 


13080 


12903 


2 


11862 


13235 


1 302 1 


2 


11022 


13356 


13237 


2 


3397 


13497 


13435 


3 


2280 


1 308 1 


12904 


3 


153 


13244 


13022 


3 


11160 


13357 


13239 


3 


3647 


13498 


13461 


4 


2302 


13083 


12905 


4 


236 


13247 


13024 


4 


11924 


13360 


13240 


4 


40S3 


13501 


13468 


5 


2433 


13084 


12911 


5 


239 


13248 


13032 


5 


11977 


13362 


13242 


5 


4302 


13502 


13493 


6 


2495 


13086 


12912 


6 


324 


13250 


13033 


6 


11979 


13363 


13245 


6 


4517 


13503 


13523 


7 


2544 


13089 


12917 


7 


330 


13257 


13037 


7 


12125 


13368 


13254 


7 


6703 


13504 


13524 


8 


2804 


13092 


12918 


8 


475 


13260 


13040 


8 


1238S 


13369 


13258 


8 


7592 


13508 


13527 


9 


2808 


13093 


12920 


9 


489 


13262 


13041 


9 


12402 


13372 


13259 


9 


7728 


13509 


13542 



Stars Discovered by Modern Observers 



xxin 



No. 



1200 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

1210 
1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

1220 
1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 

7 
8 



7932 
8058 
8298 
8543 
9095 
9971 
10115 
10146 
10326 
10403 

10675 
10691 
11125 

11329 
11380 

1 1 563 
11650 
11664 
11742 
11986 

12257 
12388 
12390 
12540 
12645 
208 

255 
267 

572 



Hu 



a 
1230 


709 

785 


1 


1801 


2 


2045 


3 


2076 


4 


2120 


5 


2174 


6 


2309 


7 


2395 


8 


2462 


9 


2773 


1240 


2857 


1 


3182 


2 


3197 


3 


4499 


4 


4502 


6 


6131 


6 


6803 


7 


7899 


8 


7979 


9 


8002 



I35I2 
13514 
I35I5 
I35I6 
I35I7 
13519 
13520 
13521 

13525 
13528 

13546 

I3S47 
13548 
I3S49 
13550 
13554 
13555 
13560 
13572 
13573 

13575 
13576 
13584 
13585 
13587 
13593 
13597 
13608 
13612 
13614 

13615 
13619 
13623 
13625 
13629 
13633 
13634 
13636 
13643 
13646 

13652 
13653 
1365s 
13656 

13657 
13658 
13660 
13661 
13663 
13664 



13640 



No. 



1250 


8008 


1 


8120 


2 


8505 


3 


8640 


4 


8762 


5 


8926 


6 


9192 


7 


9440 


8 


9811 


9 


10148 


1260 


10149 


1 


10851 


2 


10919 


3 


11211 


4 


11765 


5 


1 1900 


6 


12404 


7 


2812 


8 


3931 


9 


5480 


1270 


6711 


1 


6812 


2 


6813 


3 


6817 


4 


8476 


5 


1145 


6 


1929 


7 


2019 


8 


2081 


9 


3869 


1280 


5428 


1 


5437 


2 


5709 


3 


5711 


4 


7987 


5 


9013 


6 


9317 


7 


9499 


8 


9519 


9 


9830 


1290 


10684 


1 


308 


2 


594 


3 


1470 


4 


1655 


5 


2279 


6 


3314 


7 


7586 


8 


7823 


9 


8249 



13665 



No. 



1300 
1 
2 
3 
4 
6 
6 
7 
8 
9 

1310 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



8833 
9593 
10490 
10814 
10900 
11221 
11275 
1171S 
11785 
76 

276 
352 
930 
962 
1286 

1354 
1441 
2686 
2741 
430s 



1320 


4556 


1 


5406 


2 


5418 


3 


6012 


4 


6182 


5 


8538 


6 


8569 


7 


8672 


8 


8717 


9 


10668 


1330 


10770 


1 


11143 


2 


12010 


3 


2101 


4 


2619 


5 


9421 


6 


12472 



Btirnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



MISCELLANEOUS 



Aitken 












Burnham — 


Continued 








1511 


4480 


5929 


8520 


9933 


II 839 


9057 


9559 


10052 


10803 


"477 


12027 


1715 


5535 


8185 


8669 


10140 


12205 


9066 


9584 


10155 


10825 


1 1526 


12099 


383s 


6413 


8449 


8868 


11207 




9157 


9602 


10173 


10936 


11527 


12121 














9189 


9619 


10314 


10948 


11558 


12141 


Anderson 












9286 


9650 


10392 


11214 


11591 


12198 


2501 


3054 


3439 


4549 


5328 


S841 


9297 


9698 


10514 


II 238 


11657 


12202 


Barnard 












9299 


9741 


1053s 


11239 


11677 


12209 


605 
692 


2837 
3106 


7902 
8189 


8692 
10091 


10665 
10925 


"937 
12096 


9349 
9447 
9484 


9797 
9854 
9860 


10540 
10546 
10627 


1 1272 
11321 

"355 


11891 
11902 
1 1905 


12561 
12618 
12678 


1838 


3533 


8373 


10106 


11256 


12276 














1856 


6028 


8655 


10633 


11718 


12555 


9508 


9871 


10663 


"397 


12004 


12707 


2597 


6351 










9528 
9538 


9986 10744 
iooo7>^ 10800 


"433 
11448 


12022 


12736 


Battermann 




































Clark, Alvan 










"355 












A. C. I 


= 151 


A. C. 8 = 


= 8228 


A. C. 15: 


= 8372 


Bigourdan 












2 


1650 


9 


8237 


16 


9771 


8471 


H376 










3 


3220 


10 


8529 


17 


10025 














4 


3636 


II 


8535 


18 


10301 


Bird 












5 


523s 


12 


9755 


19 


10863 


1964 


4188 


8256 


9018 






6 


6039 


13 


595 


20 


11164 


Boeger 












7 


8162 


14 


763 






3982 












Clark, Alvan G. 










Bond 












A. 


G. C. I = 


3596 


A. G. C 


10= 9574 




2819 


2841 


2851 










2 
3 


4255 
4786 




11 9643 

12 10057 




Boothroyd 














4 


6171 




13 10846 




11752 














5 
6 


6342 
6927 




14 12532 

15 24 




Bowyer 














7 


7453 




— 2837 




421 


2845 


4811 










8 


8382 




— 7914 




Bryant 














9 


8955 








9567 












Cincinnati 












Burnham 












8614 


9055 


9138 


9799 


10290 


10827 


58 


1359 


2711 


3519 


5478 


7593 


8895 


9072 


9737 


10052 


10335 


12490 


75 


1447 


2723 


3561 


5581 


7737 


Cogshall 












89 


1455 


2726 


3604 


5595 


7741 


3695 


7221 


7465 


8018 


10736 


12219 


361 


1468 


2864 


3678 


6148 


7869 


3776 


7228 


7467 


8423 


10878 


12607 


365 


1590 


2869 


3768 


6162 


7905 


7175 


7457 


7559 


8443 


11438 


12751 


497 


1671 


2901 


3994;^ 


6243 


7976 


7178 


7463 


7614 


8480 






706 


180S 


2962 


401 1 


6308 


7992 














713 


1824 


2973 


4019 


6342 


8055 


Collins 












725 


2046 


2985 


4128 


6426 


8291 


9547 












794 


2052 


3014 


4326 


6457 


8316 














835 


2168 


3030 


4334 


6518 


8393 


Comstock 












861 


2193 


3048 


4458 


6592 


8550 


2824 


6391 


8210 


11318 


12487 




944 


2209 


3158 


4491 


6796 


8631 


3523 


7242 


10472 


"343 






948 


2306 


3187 


4516 


6869 


8786 


Copeland 












1008 


2329 


3246 


4589 


6878 


8827 


7664 












lois 


2340 


3295 


4612 


6914 


8867 














1 106 


2488 


3298 


4699 


6919 


8954 


Cordoba Zones 










1188 


2597 


3346 


4746 


7219 


8990 


1238 


3369 


6884 


8528 


10234 


11268 


1243 


2627 


3490 


5343 


7253 


8957 


1344 


5902 


6900 


9"S 


1112 


"400 


1280 


2638 


3495 


5423 


7534 


9026 


2655 


6863 


8281 









Miscellaneous 



XXV 



Dawes 
















Harvard 














Da I = 10281 


Da 


5 = 


2712 


Da 9 = 9029 


Da 13 = 


: 9601 


1858, 


321? 


I, 12265 


12340. 








2 I 


2405 




6 


2766 


10 9630 


14 


III48 
















3 


2850 




7 


4187 


11 9839 


15 


III3I 


Harvard Zones 












4 


2841 




8 


698 


12 9942 






1324 
2247 




6957 
7659 


8596 
8733 


9356 
9810 


10026 
10627 


10779 
11747 


Dembowski 














2860 




808S 


9309 


983s 


10680 


12515 


A 1 = 


64 


A 


10 = 


= 3019 


J ig = 9090 


J 28 = 


= 12659 


3069 














2 
3 

4 


298 

893 
2283 




II 

12 

13 


3543 
3832 
4128 


20 9365 

21 9847 

22 10213 




1438 
1441 
1787 


Hastings 
1179 














5 


2406 




14 


5582 


23 I05S7 




5537 


Holden 














6 


2466 




IS 


7748 


24 10843 




10709 


1837. 


2849, 4771. 










7 


2722 




16 


8147 


25 11134 




11320 


Holmes 














8 


2768 




17 


8251 


26 12483 






1704, 


652 


. 10934 


12676. 








9 


2954 




18 


8502 


27 12560 




















Doolittle 
















Hough 














90 




2166 




5039 


6960 


9451 


11776 


2313. 


4025, 4475, 


4929, 8020. 








494 




2907 




5277 


7207 


9632 


11780 


Hussey 














S8i 




3027 




5489 


7813 


9734 


11852 
















616 




3507 




6189 


7874 


9981 


12013 


398 




1751 


614s 


8773 


10622 


11362 


631 




4531 




6225 


8338 


9990 


12286 


620 




4228 


8180 


8S19 


11233 


11518 


867 




4768 




6601 


9288 


10003 


12671 


Innes 














1272 
1287 




4846 




6655 


9350 


10822 


12716 


429 




3669 


4294 


5100 


6677 


8037 
















611 




3672 


4587 


5220 


7267 


8226 


Dun6r 
















1503 




3741 


4691 


5307 


7325 


10494 


909, 


8899 


, 10784, I 


2694. 








1656 




3790 


4700 


5313 


7337 


11062 


Dunlop 
















2219 




3996 


4904 


5389 


7387 


11101 
















3040 




4216 


4947 


5784 


7610 


11978 


4449- 
















3263 




4251 


5046 


6086 


7877 




Edgecomb 




























1468, 


2531 


■ 












Jacob 

1673 




3207 


4830 


5800 


7533 


8529 


Egbert 
















3008 




3329 


5130 








945 


6579 6886 


7247 


8112 8308 


! 8974 


12551 
































Jones 














Engelmann 














686, 


720. 












2802, 


12332 










































Knott 














Espin 
















506, 


2143. 2735, 


3186, 10782. 








269 




2116 




8016 


9196 


9843 


11784 


Lamont 














326 




2266 




8503 


9199 


10563 


12077 






























342, 


590, 


3575, 4075, 4187, 10104. 






493 




2283 




8560 


9295 


10831 


12321 
















1717 




2667 




8675 


9517 


1 1208 


12343 


Langley 














1771 




3286 




8814 


9546 


11551 


12547 


8292 














1802 




4056 




9088 


9674 






Lassell 














Glasenapp 














11066 














929 




6477 




7509 


7538 


8855 


9607 


Leavenworth 












1588 




6907 




7510 


8066 


926S 


10086 


728 




1851 


6208 


8403 


10692 


1 1 529 


3143 




7371 












1444 




4008 


7211 


10601 


11190 




Goldschmidt 














Lewis 














7314 
















1000 
1368 




3223 
3519 


6999 

7287 


8333 
8345 


8695 
8898 


978s 
9824 


Grant 
















1557 




3919 


7722 


8518 


8932 


9855 


7631 
















2256 




5066 


7956 


8519 


9033 


10183 


Herschel, 


J- 














2301 




5354 


8055 


8555 


9264 


10307 


621 


1431 




3963 


7251 


10281 


11906 


2672 




5794 


8201 


8556 


9377 


10415 


1265 




1893 




5015 


7572 


10363 


12004 


2724 




6211 


8210 


8572 


9381 


11234 


1413 




1934 




6771 


8870 


10670 


12623 


2977 




6388 


8213 


8694 


9549 


11386 


1430 




2942 




7151 


9845 


11648 




Maclear 
3761 














Hall 






























830 




2588 




7024 


7277 


10402 


11114 


Hadler 














1015 




2694 




718S 


8826 


10730 


11814 


524 




4127 


5594 


7052 


9120 


10321 


2332 




5397 












2682 




4340 


6932 









xxvi 




Burnham 


• Gen 


eral Cai 


^alo^ue of Double Citars 








Miller 










Stnive, 0. 








8471, 8706 










S66S, 7740. 8830, 9038, 9300, 984s. 9877- 






Uitchel 










Struve, H. 








260s, 7533. 7631, 


8502, 10207 






3521. 3S93, 595'. 6923. 7636, 


7935. 813 


, 8736, 


9041, 9902 












10176, 








Uuller 


















413, 12461 










Swift 

6710, 7796, 7971- 








Wewcomb 


















8359 










Tarrant 








Perrine 










1854,2941,7313.8873- 








3059, 8490. 










Tncker 








Perrotin 










1186, 2815. 








4820. SS17. 7858, 


8830. 








Upton 








Peny 










2069, 6448, 








SI 40, 7363. 7852. 


8378. 








Ward 








Pritchett 










1440. 3534. 8946. 10699. 








Z870, 3933. 4496. 


6223, 6676, 7381, 9713- 






Washington Zones 








Schaeberle 










4793. 6935. 8205, 8350, 8564. 








4187 










Webb 








Schiaparelli 










1802, 2767, 9825. 








4771, 8299, 9282. 










Weymouth 








Schjellerup 










162s 








206 4150 


4832 


8483 


928s 


10330 


Wilson 








1702 4210 


4937 


8557 


9313 


10392 


2507 5084 6569 


8463 


10202 


11412 


3002 4247 


7775 


8637 


9722 


10989 


2514 5265 6682 


9700 


10573 


11478 


3395 4598 


7939 


9093 


9784 


1 1025 


2806 5321 7161 


9922 


10798 


1 1 638 


4044 4605 


813s 


9107 


10113 




3581 5768 7910 


10052 


11109 


1 1805 


Secchi 










4209 6070 7935 


10165 


1 1403 


12614 


738. 5234. 91 14. 


10709. 








5042 








See 










Winlock 








3866 6017 8162 


8475 


10143 10286 


10363 


11180 


5331. 8965- 








Skinner 










Winnecke 








640 3827 


5099 


6742 


7744 


10494 


507, 2706, 5736, 6146, 6614, 869 


2, 12425. 






313s 3982 


6661 


7410 


8106 


1 1 922 


Young 








3801 










7683. 









II. STRUVE'S STARS NOT IN REGULAR ORDER 



2 


No. 


S 


No. 


s 


No. 


5 


No. 


S 


No. 


5 


No. 


s 


No. 


2 


No. 


93 


713 


824 


3127 


2077 


7687 


2837 


II267 


3076 


5973 


3092 


7227 


3108 


7833 


3122 


5186 


319 


1522 


1 1 07 


4149 


2179 


8022 


2858 


1 1 366 


3077 


5982 


3093 


7237 


3109 


7850 


3123 


6028 


343 


1595 


1150 


4460 


2241 


8182 


3063 


10 


3078 


6045 


3094 


7338 


3II0 


7861 


3124 


6802 


344 


1592 


1410 


5398 


2248 


8077 


3064 


8 


3079 


6052 


3095 


7371 


3III 


9292 


3125 


7288 


460 


1952 


1455 


5550 


2299 


8328 


3065 


14 


3080 


6060 


3096 


7389 


31 12 


II061 


3126 


7398 


558 


2376 


1717 


6283 


2326 


8517 


3067 


5696 


3081 


6607 


3097 


7400 


3113 


986 


3127 


7922 


573 


2391 


1851 


6865 


2571 


9509 


3068 


5697 


3083 


6818 


3099 


7425 


3114 


2041 


3128 


8209 


595 


2413 


1880 


6966 


2572 


9432 


3069 


5759 


3084 


6856 


3100 


7430 


3115 


2926 


3129 


8319 


629 


2558 


1887 


6894 


2614 


9362 


3070 


5772 


3086 


6909 


310I 


7454 


3"6 


3332 


3130 


8932 


634 
69s 

703 
739 
784 


2548 
2755 
2879 
2858 

3041 


1915 
1980 
2002 
2034 

2075 


7084 
7382 

7464 

7524 
7671 


2617 

2647 
2694 
2794 
2807 


9781 

9929 

I02I8 

10840 

IIOIO 


3071 
3072 

3073 
3074 
307s 


5791 
5807 
5878 

5922 
5948 


3087 
3088 
3089 
3090 
3091 


6936 
6978 
7082 
7132 
7185 


3103 
3104 
31OS 
3106 
3107 


7583 
7645 
7651 
7798 
7817 


3117 
3118 
3119 
3120 
3121 


3549 
3552 
4662 
4846 
S005 


3131 
3132 
3133 
3134 


9248 

9337 
10664 
11897 



Orbits of Binaries 



XXVll 



III. ORBITS OF BINARIES 



21 

104 

335 

374 

426 

479 

482 

1015 

1070* 

1144 

1471 

1623 

1650 

2109* 

2134 

2154 

2381* 

2535 



22 

OS 4 

/S39S 
02 i8 

1) Cass. 

66 Pise. 

36 And. 

2 186 

Y And. 

2228 

20 Persei 

2367 

95 Ceti. 

40 Erid. 

55 Tauri 

OS 82 

J8883 

14 Oritmis 



3474 

3559 

3596* 

4122 

4187 

4310* 

4477* 

4570 

4771* 

5005* 

5103* 

5223 

5235 

5365 

5388 

5515 

5734* 

6765 



OS 149 

12 Lyncis 

Sinus 

Castor 

Procyon 

9 Argus 

f Cancri 

S 1216 

« Hydrae 

2 3121 

u Leonis 

<t> Ursae 

8 Sext. 

OS 215 

7 Leonis 

OS 224 

{ Ursae 

I Leonis 



5805* 

5811* 

6158 

6243* 

6296 

6406* 

6524 

6530 

6566 

6578* 

6641 

6780 

6999 

7001* 

7034 

7120 

7251* 

7259 



OS 234 

02235 

2 1639 

Y Virg. 

35 Comae 

42 Comae 

OS 269 

2 1757 

25 Can. Ven. 

Pbl2 

21785 

S 1819 

S1879 

OS 285 

f Bootis 

44 Bootis 

ri Cor. Bor. 

H Bootis 



7332* 

7368* 

7487* 

7561 

7563 

7649 

7717* 

7748 

7783 

7878 

7929* 

8038* 

8162* 

8303 

8340* 

8372* 

8933 



OS 298 

7 Cor. Bor. 

f Scorp 

2 2026 

<r Cor. Bor. 

X Ophiu. 

(Here. 

A IS 

S 2107 

II. Draco 

/3416 

22173 

H Here. 

T Ophiu. 

70 Ophiu. 

99 Here. 

J8648 



8965* 
9319 
9605 
9650 
9979* 
10363* 
10533 
10559 
10732 
10829* 
10846* 
11222* 
11743 
11763 
12196 
12701* 
12755* 



iSagitt. 

2252s 

S Cygni 

02387 

02400 

P Delph 

X Cygni 

4 Aqua 

61 Cygni 

5 Equul. 

T Cygni 

•'Peg. 

f Aquar. 

w Ceph 
85 Peg 
23062 









IV. 


BINARY 


SYSTEMS 








70 


OS 2 


2007 


S483 


4414 


/3581 


7726 


^953 


10880 


/3i63 


92 


S13 


2088 


S511 


4668 


/3 205 


7885 


1) Ophiu. 


10881 


/3 27I 


260 


X Cass. 


2093 


OS 77 


4714 


^208 


8099 


26 Draco 


11125 


24 Aquar. 


314 


13 Ceti 


2230 


80 Tauri 


4828 


15 Hydrae 


8353 


OS 341 


11862 


P 1092 


440 


/S232 


2279 


2 Came/. 


5123 


e Ursae 


8380 


73 ophiu. 


11908 


22934 


489 


^1099 


2383 


PSS2 


5652 


u Ursae 


8467 


^639 


12036 


/3 382 


600 


<t>And. 


2605 


P Orionis 


5848 


^456 


8663 


OS 359 


12094 


52 Peg. 


648 


iPise. 


2657 


2 677 


5926 


/3 603 


8679 


ASS 


12126 


2 Androm. 


714 


P4 


2780 


32 Orionis 


5951 


^794 


8736 


2 2367 


12143 


83 Aquar. 


887 


/S870 


2857 


26 Aurigae 


6028 


^3123 


8759 


S2384 


12274 


/3i82 


1036 


48 Cass. 


2883 


a Orionis 


6185 


/3 28 


8798 


S2398 


12276 


^79 


1074 


10 Arietis 


2896 


126 Tauri 


6216 


S 1661 


8849 


^971 


12290 


^80 


1164 


2234 


2977 


/3560 


6442 


/3 8oO 


8966 


S2438 


12404 


/3 1266 


1508 


P525 


3191 


4 Gemino. 


6668 


S 1788 


8993 


Jjl N. 126 


12432 


72 Peg. 


1512 


e Arietis 


3239 


Tj Gemino. 


6711 


^1270 


9038 


2 2454 


12510 


/3 858 


1761 


7 Tauri 


3291 


^895 


6842 


/3 nil 


9114 


Se 2 


12573 


OS 507 


1849 


OS 62 


3625 


14 Lyncis 


7416 t2 


6Vj. ^j». 


10141 


OS 406 


12696 


Hn6o 


1856 


/S536 


3876 


21037 


7493 


/3 Scorp. 


10607 


/3 367 


12709 


18281 


1900 


OS 65 


4065 


2 1093 


7506 


P9A9 


10643 


e Equul. 













V. STARS PROBABLY BINARY 








508 


P 302 


892 


OS 34 


1420 p 83 


1962 


S 460 


2464 


OS 93 


541 


OS 21 


898 


2 149 


1427 s 305 


2115 


S 520 


2544 


p 1047 


614 


? 235 


900 


p 509 


1507 P 741 


2161 


2 535 


2588 


OS 517 


743 


p 1 163 


1002 


S 183 


1614 OS 52 


2187 


p 11S5 


2846 


2 749 


758 


« And. 


1027 


2 185 


1639 OS 53 


2272 


2 567 


3035 


OS 122 


765 


95 />«<:. 


1235 


2 257 


1678 s 380 


2307 


2 577 


3062 


OS 121 


825 


/3 1000 


1262 


1 Cass. 


1747 s 400 


2406 


7 Camel. 


3074 


9 Aurigae 


830 


2 138 


1365 


0243 


1834 38 Persei 


2445 


5 Aurig. 


3277 


4 Lyncis 



Burnham: Catalogue of Double Stars 







V. 


STARS 


PROBA] 


3LY BINARY— Coniinued 






3601 


OS 156 


5448 


s 1439 


6764 


OS 278 


8210 


OS 338 


10147 


S 2672 


3678 


15 Lyncis 


5527 


OS 227 


6851 


S 1837 


8390 


p 132 


10487 


P 64 


3839 


i8 328 


5560 


OS 229 


6948 


S 1863 


8548 


S 2315 


10656 


P 678 


3949 


OS 170 


5707 


S 1517 


6955 


f Bootis 


8622 


OS 354 


10685 


S 2744 


3970 


S Gemino. 


6053 


S 1606 


7070 


59 Hydrae 


8783 


e' Lyrae 


10709 


Se 3 


4193 


S 1 126 


6155 


OS 249 


7117 


/3 119 


8785 


e' Lyrae 


11210 


Ho 166 


4333 


S 1157 


6187 


S 1647 


7214 


s 1932 


8986 


S 2434 


11346 


/3 75 


4406 


OS 187 


6211 


S 1658 


7273 


S 1944 


8988 


2 2437 


11691 


51 Aquar. 


4452 


S 1187 


6222 


S 1663 


7276 


OS 295 


9090 


A 19 


11732 


P 291 


4890 


2 1300 


6348 


78 Ursae 


7318 


5 Serp. 


9500 


S 2556 


11761 


Kr. 60 


5030 


s 1338 


6476 


Ho 260 


7587 


OS 309 


9570 


2 2574 


11943 


P 7" 


5071 


s 1348 


6500 


/3 "3 


7778 


S 2106 


9602 


S 2576 


12273 


P 992 


5171 


s 1374 


6630 


T Bootis 


7834 


20 Draco. 


9643 


f Sagitiae 


12289 


95 Aquar. 


5397 


S 1426 


6663 


P 614 


7863 


P 823 


9994 


S 2652 


12655 


s 3047 


5409 


OS 216 


6758 


OS 277 





















VI. STARS OF 


THE 61 CYGNI TYPE 








216 


11 1968 


2548 


S634 


5385 


S1423 


9053 


17 Lyrae 


11214 


M Cygni 


384 


S53 


2835 


S742 


5388 


X Leonis 


9434 


22541 


11483 


1 Cephei 


1131 


OS (App) 24 


4098 


S 1 104 


5858 


S 1561 


9560 


16 Cygni 


11866 


S2928 


1393 


9 Persei 


4402 


S1175 


6263 


S 1678 


9944 


S 2642 


11968 


S 2944 


1612 


12 Erid. 


4815 


S 1280 


7060 


Sh 190 


10044 


S 2658 


12304 


Cephei 


1787 


S 422 


4923 


(T^ Una! 


7551 


49 Serp. 


10504 


S2725 


12639 


S3046 


2027 


OS 531 


4972 


S 1321 


7905 


36 Ophiu. 


10732 


61 Cygni 


12740 


OS 547 


2336 


SS89 


4999 


S 1329 


7922 


S Here. 

















VII. COMMON 


PROPER MOTION 








87 


35 Pi^':- 


584 


OS 22 


1034 


58 Ceti 


1554 


P1174 


1939 


32 Erid. 


99 


H 1947 


609 


OS 23 


1051 


49 Cass. 


1558 


H3548 


1950 


€ Persei 


102 


S 16 


638 


H 2026 


1061 


a Pise. 


1559 


52 Arietis 


1952 


S 460 


116 


38 Pise. 


648 


iPise. 


1078 


S 204 


1576 


2 345 


1962 


/3 543 


131 


Its And. 


652 


OS 28 


1122 


5 Persei 


1601 


P 1176 


2041 


S3114 


135 


S25 


655 


37 Ceti 


1125 


59 And. 


1608 


94 Ceti 


2084 


47 Tauri 


152 


OS 6 


672 


S 102 


1137 


» Triang. 


1642 


S368 


2102 


39 Erid. 


239 


28 And. 


678 


S 107 


1139 


S 226 


1663 


2375 


2106 


33 VI. 98 


322 


S42 


697 


35 Cass. 


1149 


66 Ceti 


1692 


/3531 


2147 


X 'Pauri 


354 


i And. 


713 


Polaris 


1252 


Pn^ 


1709 


34 Persei 


2150 


Ho 329 


360 


55 Pise. 


718 


S 115 


1280 


S 270 


1711 


S390 


2162 


62 Tauri 


401 


^492 


732 


y^i Cass. 


1289 


S27I 


1720 


66 Arietis 


2183 


S Tauri 


422 


259 


854 


103 Pise. 


1328 


V Ceti 


1730 


2399 


2200 


2546 


439 


65 Pise. 


870 


2 145 


1332 


30 Arietis 


1737 


S407 


2266 


» Tauri 


463 


0. S. 3 


872 


44 Cass. 


1341 


S282 


1755 


OS 57 


2267 


88 Tauri 


467 


S 70 


877 


S 147 


1364 


33 Arietis 


1783 


S 430 


2274 


2 565 


480 


274 


887 


/3 870 


1386 


84 Ceti 


1854 


2443 


2407 


S612 


488 


7 Cass. 


928 


£ Seulp. 


1398 


P 306 


1875 


5) Tauri 


2435 


w Aurig. 


553 


26 Ceti 


963 


I Arietis 


1401 


7 Ceti 


1913 


2455 


2451 


S618 


570 


V^i Pise. 


993 


7 Arietis 


1462 


7 Fornacis 


1924 


30 Erid. 


2452 


2 623 


573 


a'^ Pise. 


1028 


X Arietis 


1490 


S326 


1927 


OS 67 


2468 


S 461 


574 


77 Pise. 


1040 


S 191 


1510 


2331 


1933 


42 Persei 


2495 


9 Aurig. 



Common Proper Motion 



XXIX 







VII 


COMMON PROPER II^OIIQ-^ — Continued 






2509 


02 95 


4227 


2 1134 


5349 


02 213 


6239 


2 1669 


6795 


S 1825 


2521 


7 Caeli 


4250 


2 Navis 


5371 


39 Leonis 


6245 


31 Virg. 


6802 


I Bootis 


2622 


/S318 


4269 


5 Navis 


5422 


2 1428 


6268 


2 1679 


6803 


/3 1246 


2623 


16 Aurigae 


4280 


S 1147 


5431 


02 217 


6277 


2 1680 


6837 


S1833 


2654 


A S3 


4359 


Sh 86 


5437 


OS 218 


6289 


2 1 68s 


6844 


2 1840 


2712 


7; Ononis 


4417 


2 1 169 


5444 


OS 219 


6292 


32 Comae 


6872 


2 1849 


2745 


S 711 


4447 


II Cancri 


5474 


S 1447 


6295 


2 1686 


6876 


52 Liydrae 


2769 


j3 Leporis 


4456 


29 Monoc. 


5484 


49 Leonis 


6302 


2 1688 


6880 


<f> Virg. 


2775 


31 Ononis 


4505 


OS 188 


5492 


<j>^ Hydrae 


6312 


OS 256 


6896 


^117 


2783 


32 Ononis 


4531 


2 1211 


5493 


OS 222 


6313 


12 Can. Ven. 


6954 


T Bootis 


2821 


\ Ononis 


4576 


S 1217 


5537 


A 


6318 


S 1695 


6977 


2 1872 


2841 


42 Orionis 


4602 


u' Cancri 


5558 


OS 228 


6337 


44 yirg. 


6989 


54 Hydrae 


2902 


f Orionis 


4609 


Ursae 


5590 


S 617 


6342 


46 Virg. 


6993 


e Bootis 


2915 


■Z 769 


4677 


2 124s 


5603 


54 Leonis 


6343 


37 Comae 


7004 


S 1882 


2924 


S 779 


4705 


/3S84 


5605 


55 Leonis 


6346 


S 1705 


7012 


y. Librae 


2936 


OS 115 


4709 


S 1255 


5676 


65 Leonis 


6354 


S 1709 


7014 


S 1884 


2948 


X Leporis 


4710 


S 1254 


5679 


2 1510 


6367 


48 Virg. 


7031 


39 Bootis 


2972 


OS 118 


4763 


I Cancri 


5695 


02 231 


6389 


^799 


7040 


/331 


3073 


/3 1055 


4819 OS (App) 96 


5722 


2 1520 


6390 


2 1719 


7077 


18 Librae 


3099 


35 Camel. 


4820 


Perrotin 


5733 


OS 233 


6393 


02 259 


7079 


j8io85 


3116 


3 Monoc. 


4859 


17 Hydrae 


5735 


V Ursae 


6405 


e Virg. 


7099 


Sh 191 


3172 


S 849 


4866 


I Ursae 


5739 


S 1527 


6410 


17 Can. Ven. 


7103 


02291 


3176 


OS 134 


4870 


a Cancri 


5744 


S 1529 


6422 


54 Virg. 


7108 


Ho 391 


3181 


41 Aurigae 


4880 


2 1297 


5773 


7 Crateris 


6434 


S 25 (App) I 


7126 


47 Bootis 


3258 


P 894 


4883 


66 Cancri 


5779 


83 Leonis 


6452 


H529 


7150 


I Librae 


3313 


s S13 


4891 


67 Caiicri 


5793 


57 Ursae 


6474 


2 1740 


7162 


2 igig 


3402 


II Monoc. 


4929 


2 1311 


5801 


OS (App) III 


6482 


f Ursae 


7187 


OS 293 


3414 


X Can. Maj. 


4941 


2 1316 


5812 


88 Leonis 


6490 


^237 


7193 


S 1925 


3422 


OS 143 


5003 


2 1332 


5819 


2 1549 


6498 


OS (App) 123 


7194 


5 Bootis 


3455 


S 524 


5014 


38 Lyncis 


5820 


17 Crateris 


6502 


S 1748 


7201 


IS227 


3518 


54 Aurigae 


5023 


37 Lyncis 


5833 


90 Leonis 


6509 


72 Virg. 


7208 


/3 228 


3541 


S 946 


5038 


39 Lyncis 


5841 


2 1555 


6534 


^932 


7213 


S Serp. 


3587 


S 958 


5055 


02 200 


5921 


93 Leonis 


6546 


S651 


7222 


6 Serp. 


3633 


S 968 


5059 


2 1 Ursae 


5949 


- Sh 132 


6551 


21767 


7268 


Sh 202 


3647 


36 Gemino. 


5062 


K Leonis 


5960 


OS (App) 112 


6556 


S 1762 


7299 


^944 


3650 


/3 897 


5094 


s 1355 


5968 


2 1582 


6558 


81 Virg. 


7352 


f Coronae 


3653 


59 Aurigae 


5097 


29 Hydrae 


5975 


S 1586 


6561 


S 1766 


7359 


/3 35 


3689 


2 981 


5104 


23 Ursae 


6018 


2 Comae 


6571 


S 1769 


7362 


xi Urs. Min. 


3692 


38 Gemino. 


5105 


3 Leonis 


6040 


S 1603 


6573 


S1770 


7386 


j8 Serp. 


3721 


19 Can. Min. 


5110 


T J-Jydrae 


6064 


2 1608 


6586 


I Bootis 


7418 


2 Scorp. 


3752 


41 Gemino. 


5116 


2 1360 


6068 


S 1609 


6589 


2 1774 


7428 


S 1984 


3793 


2 1009 


5152 


2 1371 


6084 


S 1616 


6599 


84 Virg. 


7433 


2 1985 


3862 


T Gemino. 


5154 


7 Leonis 


6090 


2 1619 


6612 


85 Virg. 


7453 


e Cor. Bor. 


3948 


47 Camel. 


5158 


2 1372 


6102 


2 Can. Ven. 


6616 


/3ii5 


7454 


2 3101 


3951 


X Gemino. 


5212 


V Ursae 


6107 


S 1625 


6618 


86 Virg. 


7498 


/3 8ll 


3973 


19 Lyncis 


5239 


9 &jrA 


6113 


2 1627 


6696 


2 1795 


7502 


II Scorp. 


3974 


20 Lyncis 


5259 


2 1399 


6127 


? 605 


6701 


T Virg. 


7531 


T Cor. Bor. 


3986 


65 Aurigae 


5276 


2 1401 


6133 


1 1 Comae 


6725 


S 1802 


7532 


12 Scorp. 


4074 


7) Ca». j1^"«. 


5304 


2 1406 


6147 


17 Virg. 


6729 


2 1804 


7533 


a Scorp. 


4130 


OS 175 


5328 


31 Leonis 


6148 


12 Comae 


6776 


S 1820 


7570 


V Cor. Bor. 


4202 


S 1122 


5331 


a Leonis 


6180 


17 Comae 


6778 


K Bootis 


7581 


3 Scorp. 


4226 


K Gemino. 


5334 


/3 911 


6183 


S Corvi 


6783 


2 1823 


7592 


T Here. 



XXX 



Burnhani: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



VII. COMMON PROPER lAOIlO"^ — Continued 



7599 


H48S0 


8209 


S3128 


9518 


Ku2 


10676 


X Equal. 


12021 


22950 


7609 


/Siiis 


8235 


90 Here. 


9569 


J8658 


10705 


p 1 188 


12032 


02 482 


7624 


w Here. 


8274 


7 Draco. 


9617 


X Cygni 


10719 


02(App.)2i4 


12063 


22957 


7631 


u Scorp. 


8284 


67 Ophiu. 


9634 


T Aquilae 


10727 


S2752 


12078 


^452 


7633 


S2048 


8297 


S 2261 


9677 


19 Cygni 


10782 


7 Equul. 


12090 


02536 


7634 


■n Draco. 


8302 


95 Here. 


9697 


56 Aquilae 


10794 


22765 


12102 


H 1838 


7642 


S 2052 


8320 


S 2271 


9707 


57 Aquilae 


10841 


02432 


12144 


02487 


7648 


<j> Ophiu. 


8377 


100 Here. 


9713 


e Draco. 


10926 


22789 


12184 


2 2984 


7668 


31 Here. 


8388 


/3 637 


9719 


22597 


10932 


I Pegasi 


12188 


57 Pes- 


7677 


32 Here. 


8429 


16 Sagitt. 


9724 


j8 Aquilae 


10980 


P6S3 


12228 


2 2990 


7699 


/3 820 


8441 


40 Draco. 


9752 


1) Cygni 


10994 


2 2801 


12229 


2 2992 


7703 


17 Draco. 


8449 


ij Sagitt. 


9765 


f Cygni 


11046 


P Cephei 


12234 


22993 


7711 


36 Here. 


8508 


Ho 566 


9833 


16 Vulp. 


11103 


3 Pegasi 


12257 


^' Aquar. 


7714 


42 Here. 


8529 


21 Sagitt. 


9949 


22634 


11107 


2 57, App. I 


12285 


8 Androm. 


7730 


S 2087 


8562 


59 Serp. 


9950 


22635 


11129 


/3 686 


12292 


94 Aquar. 


7740 


41 Here. 


8574 


39 Draco. 


9955 


& Sagittae 


11151 


P687 


12296 


96 Aquar. 


7749 


46 Here. 


8578 


Draco. 


10011 


22651 


11164 


75 Cygni 


12299 


02493 


7758 


19 Ophiu. 


8642 


22339 


10012 


S740 


11355 


Batt. 


12325 


64 Peg. 


7777 


21 Ophiu. 


8669 


22348 


10025 


A, C. 17 


11372 


02455 


12332 


2 3007 


7779 


52 jy,??-^. 


8779 


Aquilae 


10057 


a 2 Capric. 


11410 


1) Pise. Aust. 


12343 


2 3010 


7792 


Ku I 


8788 


f Lyrae 


10077 


/3 66l 


11427 


2 2851 


12348 


02495 


7795 


S 2109 


8795 


22385 


10085 


K Cephei 


11434 


29 Aquar. 


12372 


/3 386 


7798 


S3106 


8825 


22403 


10112 


P Capric. 


11464 


P6g6 


12378 


2 3013 


7804 


54 Here. 


8868 


/3 Lyrae 


10135 


S2671 


11477 


15 Cephei 


12392 


2 3017 


7847 


^822 


8879 


"' Sagitt. 


10180 


Ho 128 


11490 


22862 


12413 


2 3021 


7854 


S 2119 


8914 


e Serp. 


10216 


S 749 


11514 


22873 


12425 


Wn6 


7872 


S2128 


8926 


/3I255 


10228 


p Capric. 


11576 


41 Aquar. 


12468 


OS 500 


7914 


Here. 


8955 


7 Lyrae 


10240 


Ho 131 


11690 


33 Peg- 


12494 


OS 502 


7925 


S2146 


9020 


f Aquilae 


10246 


Capric. 


11696 


2 2903 


12517 


OS 503 


7928 


39 C>//5?«. 


9023 


22451 


10266 


I Delph. 


11716 


34 JP'g- 


12523 


w^ Aquar. 


7944 


68 Here. 


9116 


/3 139 


10271 


^987 


11736 


P701 


12532 


78 Peg. 


7962 


2 2155 


9137 


S 2486 


10281 


Da I 


11773 


02 472 


12543 


107 Aquar. 


8003 


p ^<frc. 


9189 


23 Aquilae 


10289 


/S668 


11779 


2 2917 


12562 


P 995 


8062 


^ Draco. 


9195 


24 Aquilae 


10302 


H 2975 


11823 


Hn 51 


12571 


« Sculp. 


8065 


54 0/>/5;«. 


9207 


28 Aquilae 


10476 


51 Cygni 


11828 


2 2924 


12575 


6 Cassiop. 


8068 


S2185 


9276 


P 1 129 


10506 


52 O'g-wj 


11834 


2 2923 


12608 


Pggb 


8076 


V Draco. 


9330 


33 N. 119 


10509 


7 Z?^///4. 


11845 


H 1791 


12651 


OS 512 


8114 


S2194 


9343 


22530 


10526 


H 2998 


11873 


Ho 295 


12656 


2 3048 


8120 


/3 1251 


9374 


/3 Cj/g^B! 


10572 


H 3003 


11895 


Ho 296 


12664 


27 Pise. 


8136 


61 C>;>/4?». 


9401 


22540 


10574 


/3i54 


11957 


^Peg. 


12666 


<r Cassiop. 


8163 


S2215 


9427 


/S655 


10616 


7 Aqua. 


11966 


02 480 


12750 


2 ^060 


8182 


^ Draco. 


9485 


^ Cygni 


10626 


Howe 55 


11997 


22947 




JWVW 



VIII. RECTILINEAR MOTION 



19 


a Androm. 


24 


P Cass. 


118 


223 


144 


S384 


165 


42 Pise. 


205 


230 


212 


OS 10 




e CeH. 


to And. 


2 118 


2 125 


2 132 


2133 


H 2061 



Rectilinear Motion 



XXXI 









RECTILINEAR 


yiOllOl^ — Continued 








860 


Z 142 


2727 


S483 


5365 


02215 


6828 


Ho 384 


8255 


22253 


862 


2143 


2738 


2704 


5368 


f Leonis 


6832 


2 1834 


8295 


OS (App) 163 


882 


107 Pise. 


2807 


2 735 


5412 


Shli5 


6840 


H2714 


8316 


Ho 564 


884 


OS 35 


2923 


2 782 


5466 


H2534 


6869 


DM 


8325 


S2268 


953 


S 171 


3063 


S503 


5477 


S 610 


6881 


21847 


8359 


72 Ophiu. 


974 


S17S 


3112 


H3823 


6478 


2 1449 


6894 


21887 


8428 


S229S 


980 


S177 


3183 


S853 


6500 


OS 223 


6910 


p Bootis 1 


8498 


■n Serp. 


1008 


56 And. 


3190 


2 859 


5508 


21457 


6915 


y Bootis 


8512 


S2311 


1025 


S 404 


3194 


2 861 


5535 


40 Leo. Min. 


7013 


2 1883 


8618 


22330 


1043 


S 196 


3241 


71 Orionis 


5557 


2 1472 


7044 


02287 


8643 


2 2340 


1044 


47 Cass. 


3267 


2878 


5593 


b 8 Hydrae 


7048 02 


(App) 131 


8646 


02 (App) 171 


1050 


S197 


3330 


H Gemino, 


5596 


2 1484 


7049 


02288 


8650 


OS 356 


1083 


61 CcH 


3383 


IS Gemino. 


5666 


X Leonis 


7098 


2 1901 


8654 


22342 


1116 


14 Arietis 


3495 


S943 


5691 


S 621 


7202 OS 


(App) 137 


8660 


22345 


1131 


OS (App) 24 


3499 


S529 


5699 


OS (App) 108 


7212 


21934 


8673 


S2346 


1141 


6 Persti 


3562 


02154 


5706 


S 1516 


7237 


23093 


8692 


a Lyrae 


1179 


Hastings 


3585 


56 Aurigae 


5729 


^ Leonis 


7277 


2 1945 


8792 


22393 


1181 


S 242 rej. 


3685 


2978 


5775 


81 Leonis 


7302 


/S945 


8824 


2 2396 


1209 


Ceti 


3797 


f Gemino. 


5790 


T Leonis 


7320 


02 297 


8830 


2 2400 


1224 


S254 


3844 


45 Gemino, 


6841 


21555 


7326 


2 1961 


8902 


2 2416 


1291 


/3304 


3853 


02 (App) 83 


5869 


OS 237 


7361 02 


(App) 141 


8906 


Draeo. 


1389 


S293 


3878 


OS 168 


5878 


23073 


7372 


a Serp. 


8925 


2 2421 


1390 


/* Arietis 


3905 


52 Gemino. 


6929 


/3 Leonis 


7404 


^415 


8940 


II Aquilae 


1450 


41 Arietis 


3909 


S 1047 


6006 


2 1588 


7422 


2 1983 


8943 


22427 


1487 


S32S 


3991 


2 1071 


6012 


S 1594 


7466 


2 1993 


8983 


2 2436 


1492 


S328 


4059 


63 Gemino. 


6036 


2 1602 


7480 


f Cor. Bor. 


8986 


22434 


1595 


S343 


4075 


y Can. Min. 


6046 


2 1604 


7490 


2 2006 


9001 


2 2442 


1729 


0256 


4187 


Procyon 


6063 


2 1607 


7600 


2 2007 


9003 


2 2444 


1789 


S418 


4219 


2 1132 


6083 


H203 


7614 


n Here. 


9041 


S 2456 


1821 


S436 


4233 


/3 Gemino. 


6131 


f Corvi 


7642 


2 2017 


9043 


2 2455 


1827 


S434 


4249 


ir Gemino. 


6161 


S 1641 


7596 


7 Here. 


9076 


S2472 


1839 


^1041 


4264 


2 1142 


6174 


21643 


7608 


V Cor. Bor. 


9116 


OS (App) 177 


1848 


H3251 


4265 


S 1136 


6211 


S 1658 


7612 


23 Here. 


9225 


02 (App) 181 


1869 


2447 


4361 


14 Can. Min. 


6215 


2 1659 


7636 


02 311 


9243 


S2507 


1905 


S459 


4418 


S 1179 


6225 


2 1684 


7640 


/3 8l5 


9251 


22514 


1975 


7 Erid. 


4501 


S 1193 


6230 


S639 


7708 


S 2080 


9260 


H5113 


2016 


/3 1004 


4581 


S565 


6274 


S642 


7747 


43 Here. 


9277 


2 Sagittae 


2026 


/3 54S 


4655 


e Cancri 


6308 


« Virg. 


7800 


OS 317 


9282 


22515 


2130 


<t> Tauri 


4660 


2 1240 


6333 


2 1703 


7845 


33 Ophiu. 


9294 


4 Vulp. 


2188 


2544 


4662 


S3119 


6345 


/3 112 


7855 


60 Here. 


9300 


3 Cygni 


2198 


S547 


4699 


H99 


6414 


53 Virg. 


7858 


2 2120 


9308 


2 2521 


2239 


57 Persei 


4743 


S 1263 


6415 


02261 


7873 


02323 


9317 


/3 1286 


2426 


0^ Orionis 


4747 


S Cancri 


6431 


Shi62 


7936 


22145 


9350 


6 Vulp. 


2430 


S613 


4941 


2 1316 


6447 


61 Virg. 


7957 


V Serp. 


9365 


22532 


2446 


2619 


4984 


e Hydrae 


6493 


2 1746 


7976 


72 Here. 


9358 


Ho 578 


2558 


2629 


4987 


2 1327 


6494 


02266 


8067 


53 Ophiu. 


9381 


22536 


2560 


2 651 


5090 


41 Lyncis 


6612 


OS 268 


8068 


22185 


9404 


ju Aquilae 


2584 


p Orionis 


5134 


M N. 29 


6611 


S652 


8107 


2 2192 


9458 


e Sagittae 


2594 


K Leporis 


5175 


14 Leonis 


6664 


OS (App) 127 


8118 


2 2199 


9485 


e Cygni 


2627 


X Aurigae 


5292 


S 1402 


6670 


i\ Bootis 


8183 


2 2227 


9621 


2 2564 


2668 


02 104 


5336 


2 1409 


6716 


2 1801 


8187 


2 2230 


9619 


Ijl N. no 


2703 


III Tauri 


5342 


X Hydrae 


6801 


2 1830 


8245 


Ho 72 


9667 


a. Aquilae 



xxxn 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



RECTILINEAR MOTION— CottHnued 



9690 


H 2904 


10402 


S2708 


10838 


9712 


S2596 


10473 


OS 411 


10922 


9774 


Ho 276 


10477 


Arg. 39 


10943 


9786 


OS 393 


10512 


e Cygni 


10951 


9814 


S2612 


10533 


X Cygni 


11001 


9834 


S261S 


10535 


■>! Cephei 


11032 


9875 


OS 397 


10540 


S2728 


11051 


9935 


S 2640 


10577 


OS (App) 211 


11115 


10005 


S 2649 


10590 


OS 416 


11184 


10009 


S 2646 


10595 


S2734 


11267 


10044 


S26S8 


10609 


16 Delph. 


11272 


10264 


/3 363 


10690 


S2746 


11396 


10298 


w^ Cygni 


10695 


H1607 


11428 


10325 


H1535 


10723 


S2753 


11433 


10335 


Cin. 


10725 


Z27S4 


11471 


10356 


OS (App) 208 


10741 


S2759 


11472 


10361 


S2703 


10746 


S2760 


11504 


10373 


48 Cygni 


10829 


S Equul. 


11559 


10390 


K. Delph. 


10835 


S2779 





S2778 


11592 


S2877 


12068 


16 Lacert. 


OS 437 


11625 


/3 377 


12069 


S2959 


S788 


11646 


30 Peg. 


12075 


/S849 


S2796 


11657 


S 289s 


12134 


^Peg. 


S2799 


11659 


OS 469 


12172 


S 2976 


S2803 


11663 


7 Aquar. 


.12305 


OS (App) 244 


S 2804 


11715 


53 Aquar, 


12317 


S 3006 


4 Pegasi 


11761 


Kr.bo 


12340 


S 3008 


76 Cygni 


11786 


a Lacert. 


12369 


K Pise. 


S2837 


11789 


S291S 


12384 


OS (App) 246 


S2828 


11796 


S 2919 


12434 


S 60, App. I 


Sh336 


11910 


12 Lacert. 


12479 


S3028 


20 Pegasi 


11930 


OS 477 


12497 


n Androm. 


; (App) 228 


11952 


S 2941 


12552 


S3039 


S2860 


11967 


t' Aquar. 


12563 


S 3041 


OS 460 


11985 


t'' Aquar. 


12618 


OS (App) 251 


S286S 


12019 


^451 


12675 


S3050 


H 1741 


12044 


S2954 


12731 


S 3056 









IX. SUSPECTED OR 


DOUBTFUL PAIRS 






13 


See 2 


2885 


OS 113 


6145 


OS 247 


8162 


li Here. 


10062 


H5512 


193 


OSS 


2924 


S779 


6156 


OS 248 


8299 


68 Ophiu. 


10363 


/S Delph. 


212 


OS 10 


2929 


^752 


6181 


OS 251 


8359 


72 Ophiu. 


10456 


See 427 


610 


H 2021 


2982 


HS465 


6211 


S 1658 


8397 


Ho 80 


10531 


Ho 143 


624 


45 Androm. 


3078 


OS 124 


6257 


OS 254 


8439 


Ho 268 


10772 


OS 429 


643 


35 Ceti 


3236 


H3839 


6300 


H 1222 


8553 


H5496 


10807 


Ho 283 


708 


See 12 


3245 


OS 1 35 


6697 


H 4640 


8567 


/3 264 


10945 


18 Aquar. 


1178 


OS 39 


3335 


OS 138 


6798 


Howe 33 


8590 


Howe 43 


11017 


/S448 


1464 


H3S35 


3560 


Ho 237 


6822 


A. G. 194 


8636 


OS 355 


11341 


P768 


1793 


OS 60 


3611 


/3 756 


7008 


Ho 263 


8738 


See 357 


11438 


See 464 


1887 


27 Tauri 


3725 


fj. Can. Maj. 


7024 


H5489 


8892 


OS 364 


11508 


See 469 


1924 


30 Erid. 


3866 


P 329 


7028 


OS 286 


8932 


OS 365 


11562 


Ho 290 


2043 


OS 72 


3931 


OS 169 


7139 


H4740 


9013 


/S1285 


11754 


OS 471 


2196 


71 Tauri 


4266 


S1143 


7237 


S3093 


9230 


S2S0S 


11812 


IS705 


2225 


OS 83 


4436 


H 4041 


7738 


ri Here. 


9282 


S2S15 


11840 


OS 474 


2313 


T Tauri 


4455 


p Argus 


7775 


Schj. 13 


9519 


55 Sagitt. 


11846 


HS528 


2314 


54 Erid. 


5090 


41 Lyncis 


7827 


H 4911 


9531 


X Aquil. 


11848 


K Aquar. 


2394 


OS 88 


5493 


OS 222 


7846 


t Urs. Min. 


9532 


See 393 


12154 


V Gruis 


2425 


OS 89 


5534 


Hn :i 


7858 


S 2120 


9719 


S2S97 


12232 


OS 491 


2506 


OS 97 


5594 


Ma 5 


7992 


(3 


9774 


Ho 276 


12242 


^715 


2597 


Aurig. 


5865 


Weisse 27 


8017 


S 2165 


9779 


Ho 582 


12332 


S 3007 


2745 


S 711 


6017 


/3 458 


8018 


See 329 


9788 


See 401 


12335 


66 Peg. 


2759 


See S3 


6039 


AC. 6 


8038 


S2173 


9942 


Da 12 


12686 


A. G. 299 


2817 


38 Orionis 


6114 


OS 246 


8083 


OS 333 


9968 


See 409 







Index to Bright Stars 



xxxui 



INDEX TO BRIGHT STARS HAVING THE FLAMSTEED AND BAYER CONSTELLATION 
NUMBERS AND LETTERS, WITH PHOTOMETRIC MAGNITUDES FROM HARVARD {h) 
AND POTSDAM (/>) OBSERVATIONS. 



Andromeda 


Aquarius — Cont. 


Aries — Cont. 


Cameleopardal 


is 


12125 


2 


5-30/ 


12331 


98 


4.42/4 


1364 


33 


5-70 i> 


1843 


7 


4-65/4 


12179 


4 


5-33 


12511 


104 


5-07 


1390 


V- 34 


5-95 


1927 


9 (Hev) 


5-09/4 


12285 


8 


4.96 


12523 


u'i 105 


4-53 


1448 


TT 42 


5.60 


2220 


I 


6.18-1 
7-58/^ 


12497 


K 19 


4.46 


12543 


107 


5.46 A 


1450 


41 


3.68 






19 


a 21 


2.44 








1512 


e 48 


4-75 


2279 


2 


5-56/ 


131 
239 


26 
28 


6.14 
5.40 




Aquila 




1559 
1720 


52 
66 


5.86 
6.i6;S 


2280 
2386 


3 

5 


5.18/ 
5-79 /> 








329 


V 29 


4-54 


8725 


2 


4.60 ,4 








2406 


7 


4.72/ 








354 


8 31 


3-50 


8779 


5 


5.66/4 




Auriga 




2455 


p 10 


4.22 h 


482 


36 


5.65 


8940 


II 


5-40/> 








2480 


II, 12 


5-18-1 








497 


\^ 37 


4.09 


9005 


15 


5.36^5 


2435 


w 4 


5.10/ 






6.i4r 


542 


39 


6.14 


9020 


f 17 


3-32 i> 


2445 


5 


6.10/ 


2959 


29 


6.74/ 


600 


42 


4-45 


9118 


21 


5.40/ 


2459 


e 7 


3-18,4 


3099 


35 


6.63/ 


605 


? 43 


2-33 


9189 


23 


5.24/4 


2495 


9 


5.i6j» 


3948 


47 




624 


4S 


6.08 


9195 
9207 


24 
28 


6.56/ 
5-70/ 


2591 
2597 


14 


S-07 


4481 


56 




758 
861 






a 13 


0.46 








u 48 
T 53 


5.02 
5.27 


9299 


V 32 


4.82 ;> 


2623 


16 


4-57 


Canes Venatici 


9404 


f' 38 


4.58/ 


2627 


\ 15 


4.84 








989 


55 


5-47 














6102 


2 


5-75 ;> 


1008 


56 


5.81 


9486 


"• 44 


5-30/ 


2690 


(7 21 


5-16 


6313 


a 12 


3.12 








9504 


45 


5-55'^ 


2857 


26 


5.68 








1070 


7 57 


2-37 














6410 


17 


6.18 








9531 


X 47 


S.^op 


2968 


T 29 


4.70 








1125 


59 


6-52\ 
7.M> 














6566 


25 


5.02/) 






9634 


TT 52 


5.80^ 


2996 


y 32 

P 34 
9 37 


4.22 












9657 
9649 


" 53 

51 


1.15/ 
5-57 -4 


3064 
3074 


2.23 

2.88 


Cancer 




Aquarius 
















9697 


56 


6.02 ^ 


3181 


41 


6.54 


4383 


«' 4 


6.06/ 








10386 
10559 


I 
4 


5.30,4 
6.03 


9707 


57 


6.6i> 


3518 
3585 


54 
56 


6.32 
5.51 


4447 
4477 


II 
i- 16 


7.28 
4.81 


10616 


7 


5.66 


9724 


/3 60 


3-90 .?> 


3653 


59 


6.38 


4529 


^ 17 


3-74 


10698 


12 


5-57 


9960 


e 65 


3-35-4 


3986 


65 


5.26/ 


4597 


(^1 22 


5.78 


10843 


14 


6.77 


10367 


71 


4.57/4 








4601 


<t>'^ 23 


5-77 








10945 
11026 
11125 


18 


5.51 
2.99 
6.84 










D^ VJ..C 




4602 


«• 24 


7-56-1 
8.12/ 
5-52 


/S 22 
24 


Argo 




ijooies 




4655 


9 31 


6586 


I 


5-96/ 








11434 


29 


6.49 


4197 


K 


3-79 -4 


6630 


1- 4 


4 


74 


4711 


6 41 


6.561 
6.70J 


11576 


41 


5.40 


4240 


I 


4.80 


6670 


■n 8 


3 


08 






11663 


7 48 


3-81 


4281 





4-55 


6736 


13 


5 


40 


4747 


S 47 


4.10 


11691 


51 


5.82 


4290 


\ 


3-51 


6778 


K 17 


4 


67 


4763 


i 48 


4.221 
7-12J 


11715 


53 


5.68 


4310 


9 


5-30 


6802 


1 21 


4 


98 






11743 


{■ 55 


3.66 


4455 


P 


2.89 


6910 


p 25 


3 


84 


4822 


51 


5-98 


11848 
11967 


K 63 
t' 69 


5.22 

5-62 


4480 


19 


4.74/4 


6915 
6954 


7 27 
IT 29 


3 

4 


36 
61 


4823 
4839 


53 
'' 57 


6.44 
5-58 




Aries 




11985 


t2 71 


4-36 








6955 


f 30 


4 


04 


4870 


a 65 


4.58 








12143 


83 


5-39 


963 


I 


6.08/ 


6993 


^ 36 


2 


68 


4874 


64 


5.46 


12143 


84 


7-55 


993 


7 5 


4.15 


7031 


39 


5 


74 


4883 


66 


6.19 


12257 
12292 
12289 


^1 91 

94 


4.51 
5.16 


1028 
1074 
1098 


X 9 
10 


5.02 
5-94 


7034 
7120 
7126 


i. 37 
44 


4 
5 


82 
01 


4891 


67 


6-34 J> 


Canis Major 


Vf-' 95 


5.22 


II 


7-47 


47 


5 


79 








12296 


96 


5.68 


1116 


14 


5.24 


7194 


5 49 


3 


60 


3414 


X 3 




12329 


97 


5.21 h 


1332 


30 


6.82/ 


7258 


M 51 


4 


.62/ 


3453 


1' 4 


4-34 -4 



XXXIV 



Burnhatn: General Catalogue of Double Stars 









X. INDEX TO 


BRIGHT 


• STARS ETC.— 


- Continued 








Canis Major — 


Coni. 


Cassiopeia — Co«^. 


Coma Berenices- 


- Cont. 


Cygnus — Cont. 


3503 


I*' 


6 


S.6i ,4 


691 


^ 34 


5-i8;» 


6212 


24 


5-iS/> 


10315 


„3 


46 


5.46/ 


3596 


a 


9 


-1.72 


697 


35 


6.32 /i 


6287 


30 


5.96 


10373 




48 


6.66 


3713 


,r2 


17 


5.68 


732 


■A 36 


4.96 /4 


6292 


32 


6.36 


10437 




49 


5-71 


3721 


7r» 


19 


4.70 


819 


40 


5.46-4 


6292 


33 


7.04 


10453 


a 


50 


1.62 


3725 


M 


i8 


5.21 


872 


44 


5-53 -5 


6296 


35 


5. 13 


10476 




51 


5.69 


3761 


c 


21 


1.68 


1044 


47 


5-40/5 


6343 


37 


5.09 


10506 




52 


4-45 


3980 




30 


4.94 -5 


1036 


48 


4.60 /^ 


6406 


a 42 


4.56/ 


10512 


e 


S3 


2.74 










1051 


49 


5.29/5 








10533 


\ 


54 


4-84 




Canis Mine 


r 


1262 


( 


4.61 /^ 


Corona Borealis 


10558 
10670 
10686 




55 
59 
60 


5.04 
4.88 
5.60 


4074 
4075 
4187 


V 


5 


5-49/ 




Cepheus 




7251 


■n 


5.24/ 


7 
a 


4 

10 


4-34 
0.75 








7352 
7368 


f 7 
7 8 


4 
4 


83 
04 


10732 




61 


S-44'1 
6.08J 
4.61 
3-96 


10085 


K I 


4.40 /4 


4361 




14 


5-51/ 


10535 


■^ 3 


3-59 /^ 


7442 


\ 


5 


68 


10756 
10846 




63 
65 




Capricornu 


i 


11046 


^ 8 


3.32/5 


7453 


f 13 


4 


33 


T 










11227 


A< 


3.92.4 


7480 


9 


5 


65 


10885 


V 


66 


4.61 










10033 




3 


6.41 ^ 


11477 


15 


6.88/ 


7531 


T 


4 


98 


10983 




69 


6.16 


10054 


ai 


5 


4.68 


11483 


1 17 


4.40 h 


7563 


ff 


5 


43 


11164 




75 


5.20 


10057 


a2 


6 


3-8o 


11499 


19 


5.16/5 


7570 


V 18 


5 


98 


11184 




76 


6.31 


10070 


<r 


7 


S.50 


11772 


S 27 


Far. 


7608 


yl 20 


5 


37 


11214 


i^ 


78 


4.74 


10104 
10106 
10112 
10207 


V 


8 


5-00 
6.19 
3.16 
5-13 


12196 
12304 


T 33 




4.56/4 
4-90/4 


7608 


v' 21 


5 


54 ;> 


11208 




79 


5.88/ 








9 

10 








Corvus 




Delphinus 


Cetus 


6131 


f 5 


6.06/5 
















10228 


P 


II 


4-99 


141 


( 8 


3.69/5 


6183 


S 7 


3.02/5 


10266 




I 


6.15/ 


10246 





12 


5-59 


242 
314 




3.57/5 
4.66/4 








10363 


K 


6 


4.02 
5-17 


10372 


t2 


14 


5.22 


13 




Crater 




10390 


7 


10484 




17 


5.82 


553 


26 


6.21 ;i 








10401 


a 


9 


4.14 








10722 




24 


4.61 


643 


35 


6.79 .?> 


5773 


7 15 


4.02 /; 


10509 


7 


12 


4.19 


10744 
10977 


X 


25 


5.27 


655 


37 


5-20/5 


5820 


17 


5.02/5 


10520 




13 


5. 72 


i 


34 


4.07 


707 


42 


5.92 /4 








10546 




IS 


5.88 


11077 
11158 


e 


39 
41 


4.72 
5-3S 


740 

741 


44 

e 45 


6.46/5 
3.86/5 




Cygnus 




10609 




16 


5-58/ 
















11239 


S 


49 


2.95 h 


778 


48 


5.13/5 


9300 
9374 

9470 
9485 
9560 

9617 
9605 
9677 
9752 
9765 


3 
/3 6 

9 

9 13 

16 

X 17 
S 18 

19 
17 21 

if/ 24 
26 


6.42/ 

3-18T 

5-68/ 

5-53 

4.62 

6.32]_ 

6.31J 

5.10 

3-19 

5.16 

4.18 

5-II 
5.12 




Draco 




Cassiopeia 


877 
1034 
1083 
1149 
1209 
1328 
1386 
1401 
1608 
1650 


58 

6i 

66 

68 

V 78 
84 

7 86 
94 
95 


5.74/5 
6.57/' 
6.01 h 

Var. 

5.06/ 

5-73/5 

3-80/ 

5-14/5 

5-52/5 


6662 
7634 
7702 
7702 
7834 
7878 
8062 
8076 
8076 
8099 
8182 


V 
i/i 

;,2 


ID 

14 
16 

17 
20 
21 
23 
24 
2S 
26 

31 


4-77/5 
2.89/5 
S-64/ 
5.32/ 
4.82/5 
5.06/ 
3-02/ 
5-18/ 
5.16/ 


12202 

12354 

12575 

12666 

12727 

24 

260 

361 


fT 

P 
\ 
a 


2 

4 
6 
8 
9 
II 

14 
i8 


5-84/ 
S-i7/i 
5-53 -^ 
4.92;} 

6.13/5 
2.58/ 

4.93/ 
2.25 /; 


391 




21 


5.60/5 


c 


"oma Berem 


irf.S 


9854 


^ 


S-34/5 
4.58 >5 


395 





22 


4.86 ;> 








10036 


02 31 


4.00 


8274 


7 


33 


2.48/ 








426 


V 


24 


3-73/ 


6018 


2 


6.31/ 


10060 


32 


4.18 


8574 




39 


5-25/ 
5-20/5 


475 


v> 




5.01/ 


6133 


II 


4.88 


10168 


7 37 


2.50 


8441 




40, 41 


488 


y 


27 


2.47/ 


6148 


12 


5.02 


10301 


44 


6.38 


8578 





43 


4.24 h 


601 




31 


5-29 /^ 


6180 


17 


5.62/ 


10298 


0,2 45 


5.16/ 


8781 




46 


5.29/ 



Index to Bright Stars 



XXXV 



X. INDEX TO BRIGHT STARS KIC— Continued 



Draco — Cont. 



Gemini — Cont. 



Hercules — Cont. 



Leo — Cont. 



8906 
9713 
9892 



10643 
10676 
10782 
10829 
10936 



1467 
1549 
1612 
1659 
1673 
1924 
1939 
1975 
2102 
2109 
2268 
2287 
2314 
2330 
2432 
2530 



1462 



3182 
3191 
3239 
3330 
3383 
3397 
3435 

3568 
3575 
3647 
3692 
3752 
3797 
3844 



47 
63 
64 



Equuleus 



e I 

X 2 

7 5 

« 7 

p 10 



Eridanus 



t' 2 

p2 9 

12 

IS 

t' i6 
30 
32 

7 34 
39 

40 
46 
51 
54 
SS 
62 
66 



Fornax 



Gemini 



3 

4 

■<l 7 

/' 13 

IS 

V 18 

20 

e 27 
30 
36 
38 
41 

f 43 
4S 



4.80 /> 
3-99 -^ 
5-42 ■* 



5.26 ;J 

6.90 

4.67 

4.68 

5.38/ 



4.89/4 

5-49 
4.00 

S-os 
4-03 
5-35 
4.58 
3-38 
5.24 
4.46 
S.68 
S-30 
4.69 
S-93 
S-S4 
5.08 >5 



6.03/ 

7.12 

Var. 

3-o8 

6.58 

4-45 

6.58-1 

7-32/ 

3-23 

4-S9 

5-63 

4-79 

5-93 

Var. 

S-54 



3862 
3893 
3905 
3951 
3970 
4059 
4083 
4122 
4164 
4226 
4233 
4249 
4260 



11835 
12154 



7514 

7596 
7592 
7612 
7624 
7668 
7677 
7711 
7711 
7717 
7740 
7714 
7747 
7738 
7749 
7779 
7804 
7805 
7855 
7914 
7922 
7944 
7972 
7976 
8003 
8162 
8235 
8302 
8372 



T 46 
SI 

52 

X S4 

» 55 

63 

65 

o 66 

70 

K 77 

/3 78 

TT 80 
82 



Grus 



Hercules 



1 20 

T 22 

23 

b) 24 
31 
32 
36 

37 

f 40 

41 

42 

43 

>? 44 

46 

52 
54 
56 
60 

v. 64 

J 6s 
68 
70 
72 
f 75 
M 86 
90 
95 
99 



4.60 
5.12 
5.90 
3-83 
3-70 
5-44 
S-3I 
1.97 
5.88 
3-72 
1.54 
S.28 
6.47 i» 



6-53r 

3-97 

4.18 

6.6s 

4.76 

7.46 

7.24 

7.17 

6.0s 

3.18 

6.80 

5.00 

5-14 

3-77 

7.50 

5-02 

5-40 
6.30 
5.02 
Var. 
3-47 
5-12 
5-52 
5.72 
4-36 
3-64 
5.20 

4-54 



8377 
8382 
8786 
8908 



4612 
4734 
4771 
4786 
4828 
4859 
4984 
5039 
5097 
5101 
5110 
5342 
5480 
5492 
5593 
6876 
6989 
7070 



11669 
11786 
11839 

11877 
11910 
11938 
12019 
12068 



5062 
5103 
5105 
5131 
5154 
5175 
5328 
5331 
5368 
5368 
5371 
5388 



100 
102 
no 
"3 



Hydra 



2 

9 

t II 

P 13 
IS 
17 

e 22 
27 
29 

a 30 

T 31 

X 41 

44 



52 
54 
59 



Lacerta 



2 

7 
8 

10 
12 
13 
15 
16 



Leo 



I 

2 

3 
6 

7 

14 
31 
32 
35 
36 
39 
41 



5-45/ 
4.62 

4-47 
4.72 i» 



5.22 h 
S.oi h 

5-54 -4 
6.03/4 

4-3° .!> 
4.98/4 
6.4s /5 
2.29 ,4 
4-63/4 
3.84/4 
5.38/4 
6.23/4 

5-31/4 
4.94/4 
4.94/4 
5-56/5 



4-73/ 

4.00 

5-92-1 

6.68J 

5-14 

5-58 

5-30 

4.98 

S-78/> 



4.68/ 

S-64 

6.04 

5-36 

6.64 

3-88 

4-52 

1.76 

6.24 

3-7S 
6.03 

2-45 



5436 
5484 
5603 
5605 
5610 
5639 
5665 
5676 
5709 
5729 
5765 
5775 
5779 

5790 
5812 
5833 
5921 
5929 
5967 



5113 
13189 
5458 
5535 
5548 



2581 
2594 
2769 
2813 



6990 
7012 
7018 
7077 
7150 
7219 
7314 



45 
49 
54 
55 
57 
59 

X 63 
65 

J 68 

<t> 74 

. 78 

81 

83 

T 84 

88 
90 
93 
/3 94 
95 



6.26;> 

5-94 
4. SI 
6.12/ 
6.86,4 

5-31/ 
4.88 

5-79 
2.93/ 
4.S8 h 

4-27 ;> 

5-92 

6.8n 

7-94/ 
5-38 
6-38 
6.12 

4-7Si> 

2.23/4 

5.80 ;> 



Leo Minor 



7 
II 

33 
40 
42 



6.08 ;> 

5.66 

6.32 

5.70 

5-59/ 



Lepus 



' 3 

K 4 

^ 9 

a II 



4.49/4 
4.38 
^•95 
2.64 ^ 



Libra 



5 

7 

9 

18 

24 
29 
38 



6.60/4 

S-38 

2.68 

S-91 

4-53 

6.16 

4.10 h 



Lynx 



3277 
3338 
3559 
3625 



4 

5 

12 

14 



6.34/ 
5.28 
5.00 
5-54 ;» 



XXXVl 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 













X. INDEX TO 


BRIGHT STARS ETC- 


- Continued 








Lynx — Cont. 


Navis (Argd) 


Cni5i« — Coni, 


Perseus — Cont. 




3678 


15 


4-53 


4250 


2 


5.62/5 


2883 


" 48 


3.69/5 


1834 


38 


3.85/ 




3973 


19 


7. 40-1 
6.i8j 


4270 


5 


5-63 


2902 
2976 


f so 

52 


1.89/5 
5.46/ 


1818 
1933 


40 
43 


5.16 
5-47 












3974 


20 


7.84- 
8.04, 




Ophiuchus 


3030 


56 


5.00/ 


1921 


f 44 


3-14 














3048 


a 58 


Var. 


1950 


« 45 


3.16 




4186 


24 


5.18 


7613 


P 5 


4.70,5 


3079 


59 


6.13/ 


2073 


/i SI 


4-30 




4432 


27 


5.00 


7648 


4. 8 


4.41 h 


.3111 


/i 61 


4.36/ 


2163 


56 


6.20 




5014 


38 


4.05 


7649 


X 10 


4.05/ 


3206 


68 


6.12/ 


2239 


57 


6.26/ 




5023 


37 


6.40 


7758 


19 


6.40i> 


3241 


71 


5.51/ 


















5038 
5090 


39 
41 


7.32 
5.S3P 


7777 
7801 


21 
24 


5.88/ 
5.54 /^ 


3271 


75 


5-74/ 




Pisces 


























7845 


33 


5.68/5 




Pegasus 




12096 


2 


5.60/ 










Lyra 




7845 


34 

V 35 

36 


6.15/5 
2.64/5 
4 . 64 /j 








12369 


K 8 


5.23 ;» 






7885 
7905 


10932 
11014 


I 
2 


4.28/ 
4.63 


12564 
12664 


20 
27 


5-56/5 
5.09/5 




8692 


" 3 


0.41 f 




8783 


«' 4 


5.00 


7923 


38 


6.90 ,4 


11103 


3 


6.52 


38 


34 


5.78/ 




8785 


e2 5 


4.92 


7928 


39 


5.13/4 


11115 


4 


5.89 


87 


35 


6.14 




8788 


i 6 


4-74 


8067 


S3 


6.01 p 


11205 


6 8 


2.76 


116 


38 


6.76 




8862 


.-■ 8 


6.12 


8065 


54 


6.68/ 


11222 


K 10 


4.28 


165 


42 


6-47 




8864 


1-2 9 


5.42 


8136 


61 


6-521 
6.72> 


11428 


20 


5.92 


193 


44 


5.91 




8868 


j3 10 


Var. 






11526 


tt' 27 


4-47 


248 


49 


7.09 




8907 


S' II 


5.98 


8284 


67 


4.23/ 


11646 


30 


5.72 


274 


51 


5.88 




8955 


7 14 


3.56 


8299 


68 


4.56/ 


11666 


32 


5.01 


275 


52 


5.55 




8999 


i6 


5.32 


8303 


T 69 


4.84,5 


11690 


33 


6.48 


360 


55 


5-54 




9053 


17 


5.50 


8340 


70 


4.17/ 


11716 


34 


6.20 


439 


65 


5.66 




9144 


i; 20 


4-75 


8359 


72 


4.00/ 


11763 


37 


6.00 


479 


66 


6.02 




9186 


e 21 


4.56/ 


8380 


73 


5.90/ 


11905 


f 42 


3.74 


561 


72 


5.85 










8496 


74 


4.82/ 


11924 
11957 


■n 44 
i 46 


3.24 
4.42 


570 


r 74 


s.6n 
5.88J 




Malus 




















Orion 




12094 
12134 
12188 


52 

? 53 

57 


6.07 
Var. 
4-97 


674 
573 


77 
0-2 76 


6.61-1 

7-44/ 
6.52 




4719 
4963 


/ 






2426 

2535 

2549 

2584 

2605. 

2639 

2692 

2712 

2735 

2775 

2780 

2783 


o2 9 


4.26/ 










14 


5.59;* 


12325 


64 


5.60 


647 


<t> 85 


4-85 










Microscopiw 


n 


IS 

p 17 

/3 19 
T 20 

23 
7! 28 


5.20/ 
4.71/ 
. 40 /« 
3.62/5 
5.21/ 
3.38/5 


12335 
12432 
12532 
12701 


66 
72 
78 

85 


5.24 
5.09 
5. 14 
5-98/ 


648 

765 
790 
813 


f 86 

95 

1 99 

100 


5.481 
6.60/ 

4.12 

7-631 

8.64/ 




10935 


»2 






Monoceros 






Perseus 






3116 
3186 
3255 


3 
4 

5 


1 


■A' 30 
31 
32 
33 


4.90/ 
5.04/5 
4.50/ 
5.81 / 








854 

882 

1061 


103 

107 

a 113 


6.94 
5.45 
4.12/ 




4 
6 

4 


99/5 
77/5 
26/5 


1122 
1141 
1175 


5 

6 

X 7 

9 

« 13 

r, 15 

T 18 

20 

7 23 

/3 26 

34 


6.56/ 
5.4s 




3349 
3402 
3469 
3542 
3931 
4456 


8 
11 

14 

15 

24 
29 

30 
31 


4 
3 
6 

6 
4 
3 
4 


(>2p 

95/5 
66/ 

58/ 
38/5 
98/5 
59/5 


2796 
2817 
2821 
2837 
2841 
2839 
2843 
2849 


« 34 

38 

'^^ 39 

9' 41 

42 

»' 43 

' 44 

45 


2.59/5 
5.66/ 
3.70/ 
4.87/5 
4-55/' 
5. 31 h 

2.TJ h 

5-33 /^ 


1217 
1393 
1440 
1468 
1471 
1544 
1565 
1709 


5.40 
4.36 
3.92 
4.16 
5-71 
3.18 
Var. 
4.92/ 


Piscis Australis 




11398 
11410 
12052 
12071 


II 

■n 12 
« 23 

a 24 


7.46/; 

5.44 
4.40 

1.28/5 


4606 


Pyxis 


■ 


4746 1 


4862 


S 


4.85/5 



Index to Bright Stars 



XXXVll 



X. INDEX TO BRIGHT STARS KYC— Continued 



Sagitta 



Serpens — Cont. 



Taurus — Cont. 



Virgo — Cont. 



9277 
9277 
9458 
9643 
9797 
9955 



8413 
8429 
8449 
8480 
8529 
8766 
8818 
8833 
8879 
8965 
8995 
9417 
9475 
9496 
9519 
9861 
10139 



2 

3 
f 4 
f 8 
X 13 
9 17 



6.20/ 

7.10 
5-67 

5-23 
S-S4 
6.89/ 



Sagittarius 



928 
12571 



7068 
7096 
7213 
7222 

7318 



A« 13 
16 



19 

21 

28 
29 
30 
32 
38 

39 
52 
53 
54 
55 
64 



Scorpio 



7418 


A 


2 


4.60/4 


7431 


/> 


5 


4.04 


7444 


TT 


6 


2.96 


7487 


i 




4.18 


7493 


p 


8 


2.68 


7502 




II 


S.64 


7532 




12 


5.72 


7533 


y 


14 


3-91 


7581 


<r 


20 


3-03 


7631 


a 


21 


1.34,4 



Sculptor 



Serpeus 



3.98/5 

5-94 

3-38 

2.92 

5-00 

5-64 

S-32 

6.25 

5.00 

2.57 

3-93 

4-75 

6.31 

5-50 

5.22 

6.46/; 



S.42,5 
4.62 ,4 



I 


5.68 ;> 


2 


571 


5 


S-I7 


6 


5-69 


13 


4.08/ 



7360 
7372 
7386 
7551 
7957 
8498 
8562 
8914 



5235 
5239 
5539 

5575 



1761 
1858 
1875 
1887 
1859 
1886 
2013 
2084 
2130 
2134 
2147 
2162 
2172 
2177 
2183 
2196 
2212 
2212 
2230 
2266 
2267 
2293 
2293 
2313 
2368 
2433 
2531 
2528 
2703 
2734 
2729 



1 21 

a 24 
|3 28 

49 
" 53 
1 58 

59 
9 63 



Sextans 



9 

35 

41 



Taurus 



7 
23 

1 25 
27 
29 
30 
36 
47 

* 52 
55 

X 59 
62 
66 

k1 65 

S 68 
71 

«■ 77 

»' 78 
80 

a 87 
88 

0-' 91 

(T^ 92 

T 94 

96 

99 
103 
105 
III 
114 
"5 



4.82 

2.88 

3-84 

6.88/ 

4-30.4 

3.46 A 

5-31/ 

4-95\ 



4-93 -4 
6.85/ 

6. 34 "I 
7.38F 
5-73 -4 



6.13/ 

4-37 

3.10 

4.00 

5-59 

5-33 

5.72 

5-05 
5.06 

7-17 
5-53 
6.55 
5. 42 
4.60 
4.16 
4.81 
3-88 
3-78 
5.96 
1. 18 
4.42 
5.30 
4-94 
4.50 
6.28 
6.00 

5-74 
6.16 

5-24 
S-OS 
5-74P 



2751 
2896 
2969 
3022 



1064 
1137 
1174 
1198 



4609 
4866 
4923 
4930 
4962 
5059 
5104 
5123 
5212 
5223 
5652 
5660 
5734 
5735 
5793 
5962 
6348 
6482 



713 
6919 
7241 
7362 
7416 
7846 
9648 



118 
126 
133 
136 



5-72/ 
S.12 
5.58 
4.90/ 



Triangula 



3 


5-82/ 


6 


S.io 


8 


S.io 


10 


5-55 ;> 



Ursa Major 



I 

' 9 

<r= 13 

r 14 

16 

21 

23 

e 25 
1/ 29 
30 

u 50 

SI 

f S3 

' 54 

57 

65 

78 

f 79 



3-47 -4 
3-42 ;> 
4.87-4 
4.74/4 
5. 17/4 
7-97/ 
3-75 /^ 
3-50/ 
4.08/ 

4-74i> 
2. 12 A 
6. II / 
3-87/ 
3.66/ 
5-50/ 
6.78/ 

S-i3;> 

2.40/ 



Ursa Minor 



I 

5 
12 



e 22 



2.12/4 

4-37 
7.19 
6.47 

6.93 
4.40 
6.51 h 



Virgo 



5919 


4 


5.64/ 


6147 


17 


6.66/ 


6242 


27 


6.54;> 


6243 


7 29 


2.94/4 


6245 


31 


5.80/ 


6308 


« 43 


iMt 


6337 


44 


5-75'4 



6342 
6367 
6405 
6414 
6422 
6447 
6509 
6518 
6558 
6599 
6612 
6618 
6701 
6880 



9166 
9194 
9294 
9350 
9350 
9416 
9833 



46 

48 

e SI 

S3 
54 
61 
72 

75 
81 
84 
85 

86 

•^ 93 
105 



Vulpecula 



6.12 h 
6.55-4 
4.38-4 

5.10 A 
6.23/4 

6.06/4 
5.60/4 

7. 11 h 
5.58/ 
6. IS/4 
5.61 h 
4.S2P 
5.01 A 



I 


5-07 ;> 


2 


5-74 


4 


5.27 


6 


4.50 


8 


6.04 


9 


5.20 


16 


5.44/ 



PRECESSION TABLES 



Precession Tables 



xli 



PRECESSION IN DECLINATION FOR 1880 



Minutes 


o>-+ 

12 — 


13 — 


14 - 


3" + 
15 - 


4^ 
16 - 


5-+ 
17 - 


Minutes 


0" 


2ofo6 


19-37 


17-37 


I4fi8 


10^03 


5-19 


Co" 


a 


20. 0& 


19.32 


17.28 


14.06 


9-87 


5.02 


58 


4 


20.05 


19.28 


17-19 


13.93 


9.72 


4.85 


56 


6 


20.05 


19.23 


17.10 


13.81 


9.57 


4.68 


54 


8 


20.04 


19.18 


17.01 


13.68 


»-4i 


4-51 


52 


10 


20.03 


J9.I3 


16.91 


13-55 


9.26 


4.34 


50 


12 


20.02 


19.07 


16.82 


13.42 


9.10 


4.17 


48 


14 


20.02 


19.02 


16.72 


13.29 


8.95 


4.00 


46 


16 


20.00 


18.96 


16.63 


13.16 


8.79 


3-83 


44 


18 


19.99 


18.90 


16.53 


13-02 


8.63 


3.65 


42 


20 


19.98 


18.85 


16.43 


12.89 


8-47 


3.48 


40 


22 


19.96 


18.78 


16-33 


12.76 


8.32 


3.31 


38 


24 


19.94 


18.72 


16.23 


12.62 


8.16 


3-14 


35 


26 


19-93 


18.66 


16.12 


12.48 


8.00 


2.96 


34 


28 


19.91 


18.60 


16. ox 


12.35 


7.84 


2.79 


32 


30 


19.88 


18.53 


15.91 


12.21 


7.67 


2.62 


30 


32 


19.86 


18.46 


15.80 


12.07 


7.51 


2.44 


28 


34 


19.83 


18.39 


15.69 


11.93 


7-35 


2.27 


26 


36 


19.81 


18.32 


15.58 


11.79 


7.19 


2.IU 


24 


38 


19.78 


18.25 


15-47 


11.65 


7.02 


1.92 


22 


40 


19-75 


18.18 


15.36 


11.50 


6.86 


I-7S 


20 


42 


19.72 


18.10 


15.25 


11.36 


6.69 


1-57 


18 


44 


19.68 


18.03 


15.14 


11.22 


6.53 


1.40 


16 


46 


19-6S 


17-94 


15.02 


11.07 


6.36 


1.22 


14 


48 


19-62 


17-87 


14.90 


10.92 


6.29 


1.05 


12 


50 


19.58 


17.78 


14.87 


10.77 


6.03 


0.88 


10 


52 


19.54 


17.71 


14.67 


10.63 


5.86 


0.70 


8 


54 


19.50 


17.62 


14-55 


10.48 


5.70 


0.52 


6 


56 


19.46 


17-54 


14.42 


10.33 


5-53 


0.35 


4 


58 


19.41 


17-45 


14-30 


10.18 


5-36 


0.18 


2 


60 


19-37 


J7-37 


14.18 


10.03 


5-19 


0.00 





Minutes 


11"- 
23 + 


lo""— 
22 + 


9"- 
21 + 


8"- 
20 + 


7"- 
19 + 


6"- 
18 + 


Minutes 



xlii 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



0." 



0.° 








PRECESSION IN 


R. A 


. FOR 


1880 










1 




R. A. for+Decl. 


0° 


1° 


2° 


3° 


4° 


5° 


6° 


7° 


8° 


9° 


10° 


R. A for— Decl. 




h. m, 
O 


h. m, 
12 


3»072 


3^072 


3*072 


3*072 


3?072 


3*072 


3*072 


3*072 


3*072 


3*072 


3*072 


h. m. 
12 


h. m. 
24 




10 


II 50 


.072 


• 073 


.074 


•07s', 


.076 


.077 


.078 


.080 


.081 


.082 


.083 


10 


23 50 




20 


40 


.072 


.074 


.076 


.078 


.080 


.082 


.084 


.087 


.089 


.091 


.093 


20 


40 




30 


30 


.072 


• 075 


.078 


.081 


.084 


.087 


.090 


.094 


.097 


.100 


.103 


30 


30 




40 


20 


.072 


.076 


.080 


.084 


.088 


.092 


.096 


.101 


.105 


.109 


.113 


40 


20 




50 


10 


.072 


.077 


.082 


.087 


.092 


.097 


.102 


.108 


.113 


.118 


.123 


50 


10 




I 


11 


3.072 


3.078 


3.084 


3.090 


3.096 


3.102 


3.108 


3. "5 


3. 121 


3.127 


3.133 


13 


23 




10 


10 50 


.072 


.079 


.086 


.093 


.100 


.107 


.114 


.122 


.129 


.136 


.143 


10 


22 50 




20 


40 


.072 


.080 


.088 


.096 


.104 


.112 


.120 


.128 


.136 


.144 


.152 


20 


40 




30 


30 


.072 


.081 


.090 


.099 


.108 


.117 


.126 


.135 


.144 


•153 


.162 


30 


30 




40 


20 


.072 


.082 


.092 


.102 


.III 


.121 


.131 


.141 


.151 


.161 


.171 


40 


20 




50 


10 


.072 


.083 


.094 


.105 


.115 


.126 


.137 


.148 


.159 


.170 


.181 


50 


10 




2 


10 


3.072 


3.084 


3.095 


3.107 


3. 118 


3.130 


3.142 


3.154 


3.166 


3.178 


3.190 


14 


23 




10 


9 50 


.072 


.085 


.097 


.110 


.122 


.135 


.147 


.160 


.173 


.186 


.199 


10 


22 50 




20 


40 


.072 


.086 


.099 


.112 


.125 


.139 


.152 


.166 


.180 


.193 


.207 


20 


40 




30 


30 


.072 


.087 


.101 


.lis 


.129 


.143 


•157 


.172 


.187 


.201 


•215 


30 


30 




40 


20 


.072 


.087 


.102 


.117 


• 13a 


.147 


.162 


.178 


.193 


.208 


.223 


40 


20 




SO 


10 


.072 


.088 


.104 


.120 


• 135 


• 151 


.167 


.183 


.199 


.215 


•231 


SO 


10 




3 


9 


3.072 


3.089 


3.105 


3.122 


3.138 


3.15s 


3. 171 


3.188 


3.205 


3.222 


3-238 


IS 


21 




10 


8 50 


.072 


.090 


.107 


.124 


.141 


.159 


.176 


■193 


.211 


.228 


•245 


10 


20 50 




20 


40 


.072 


.090 


.108 


.126 


.144 


.162 


.180 


.198 


.216 


.234 


.252 


20 


40 




30 


30 


.072 


.091 


.109 


.128 


.147 


.165 


.184 


.202 


.221 


.240 


.259 


30 


30 




40 


20 


.072 


.091 


.110 


.130 


.149 


.168 


.187 


.206 


.226 


.245 


.265 


40 


20 




50 


10 


.072 


.092 


.III 


.132 


.'SI 


.171 


.190 


.210 


.230 


.250 


.271 


so 


10 




4 


8 


3.072 


3.092 


3. 112 


3-133 


3.153 


3-173 


3.193 


3.214 


3.234 


3.255 


3.276 


16 


20 




10 


7 50 


.072 


.093 


.113 


•135 


•155 


.176 


.196 


.217 


.238 


.260 


.281 


10 


19 SO 




20 


40 


.072 


.093 


.114 


.136 


.157 


.178 


.199 


.220 


.242 


.264 


.285 


20 


40 




30 


30 


.072 


.094 


.115 


•137 


.159 


.180 


.202 


.223 


.245 


.268 


.289 


30 


30 




40 


20 


.072 


.094 


.116 


.138 


.160 


.182 


.204 


.226 


.248 


.271 


.293 


40 


20 




SO 


10 


.072 


.095 


.117 


.139 


.i6l 


.184 


.206 


.229 


•251 


.274 


.296 


SO 


ID 




5 


7 


3.072 


3.095 


3.117 


3.140 


3.162 


3.185 


3.207 


3.231 


3.253 


3.277 


3.299 


17 


19 




10 


6 so 


.072 


.095 


.118 


.141 


.163 


.186 


.209 


.233 


•255 


.279 


.302 


10 


18 50 




20 


40 


.072 


.095 


.118 


.141 


.164 


.187 


.210 


•234 


.257 


.281 


•304 


20 


40 




30 


30 


.072 


.095 


.118 


.142 


.165 


.188 


.211 


.235 


.258 


.282 


.306 


30 


30 




40 


20 


.072 


.095 


.118 


.142 


.165 


.188 


.211 


.236 


.259 


.283 


• 307 


40 


20 




50 


10 


.072 


.095 


.118 


.142 


.165 


.189 


.212 


.236 


.260 


.284 


.308 


SO 


10 




6 


6 


3.072 


3.095 


3. 118 


3.142 


3.165 


3.189 


3.212 


3-236 


3.260 


3.284 


3-308 


i8 


18 





































Precession Tables 



xliii 



PRECESSION IN R. A. FOR 1880 



R. A. for+Decl. 


0° 


1° 


2° 


3° 


4° 


5° 


6° 


7° 


8° 


9° 


lO" 


R. A. for-Decl. 


h, m. 


h. m. 
























h. m. 


h. m. 


12 


24 


3?072 


3?072 


3?072 


3?072 


3»072 


3?o72 


3?072 


3«o72 


3?072 


3?072 


3?o72 





12 


10 


23 50 


.072 


.071 


.070 


.069 


.068 


.067 


.065 


.064 


.063 


.062 


.061 


10 


II 50 


20 


40 


.072 


.070 


.068 


.066 


.064 


.062 


.059 


.057 


.055 


.053 


.051 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.072 


.069 


.066 


.063 


.060 


• 057 


• 053 


.050 


.047 


•044 


.041 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.072 


.068 


.064 


.060 


.056 


.052 


.047 


.043 


.039 


• 03s 


.031 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.072 


.067 


.062 


.057 


.052 


■047 


.041 


.036 


.031 


.026 


.021 


50 


10 


13 


23 


3.072 


3.066 


3.060 


3.054 


3.048 


3.042 


3.035 


3.029 


3.023 


3^oi7 


3. on 


I 


II 


10 


22 50 


.072 


.065 


.058 


.051 


•044 


• 037 


.029 


.022 


.015 


.008 


3.001 


10 


10 50 


20 


40 


.072 


.064 


.056 


.048 


.040 


• 032 


.024 


.016 


.008 


3.000 


2.991 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.072 


.063 


.054 


.045 


.036 


.027 


.018 


.009 


3.000 


^•991 


.981 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.072 


.062 


.052 


.042 


• 033 


.023 


.013 


3.003 


2.993 


.982 


■ 972 


40 


20 


SO 


10 


.072 


.061 


.050 


•039 


.029 


.018 


.007 


2.996 


.986 


.974 


■963 


SO 


10 


14 


22 


3.072 


3.060 


3.048 


3^037 


3.026 


3.014 


3.002 


2.990 


2.978 


2.966 


2.954 


2 


10 


10 


21 50 


.072 


.059 


.046 


•034 


.022 


.009 


2.996 


.983 


.971 


.958 


■945 


10 


9 50 


20 


40 


.072 


.058 


• 045 


.032 


.019 


.005 


.991 


.977 


.964 


.950 


■936 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.072 


•057 


• 043 


.029 


.015 


3.001 


.986 


.971 


.957 


.943 


.928 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.072 


.057 


.042 


.027 


.012 


2.997 


.981 


.966 


.951 


•936 


.920 


40 


20 


SO 


10 


.072 


.056 


.040 


.024 


.009 


•993 


• 976 


.960 


.945 


• 929 


.912 


50 


10 


IS 


21 


3.072 


3 -OSS 


3.039 


3.022 


3.006 


2.989 


2.972 


2.955 


2.939 


2.922 


2.905 


3 


9 


10 


20 SO 


.072 


•054 


.037 


.020 


.003 


• 985 


.968 


.950 


.933 


.916 


.898 


10 


8 50 


20 


40 


.072 


.054 


.036 


.018 


3.000 


.982 


.964 


.946 


.928 


.910 


.891 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.072 


•053 


.034 


.016 


2.997 


■ 979 


.960 


.941 


• 923 


.904 


.885 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.072 


•053 


.033 


.014 


•995 


.976 


.956 


.937 


.9:8 


.899 


.879 


40 


20 


so 


10 


.072 


.052 


.032 


.012 


■993 


•973 


• 953 


• 933 


•913 


.894 


■873 


50 


10 


16 


20 


3.072 


3.052 


3.031 


3. on 


2.991 


2.971 


Z.950 


2.930 


2.909 


2.889 


2.868 


4 


8 


10 


19 50 


.072 


.051 


.030 


.009 


.989 


.968 


.947 


.926 


•905 


.884 


■ 863 


10 


7 SO 


20 


40 


.072 


.051 


.029 


.008 


.987 


.966 


.945 


.923 


.901 


.880 


.858 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.072 


.050 


.028 


.007 


.985 


.964 


.942 


.920 


.898 


.876 


■854 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.072 


.050 


.028 


.006 


.984 


.962 


■ 940 


.918 


.895 


.873 


.850 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.072 


.050 


.027 


.005 


.983 


.960 


.938 


.915 


.892 


.870 


.846 


50 


10 


17 


19 


3.072 


3.050 


3.027 


3.004 


2.982 


2.959 


2.936 


2.913 


2.890 


2.867 


2.843 


S 


7 


10 


18 50 


.072 


.049 


.026 


.003 


.981 


.958 


.934 


.912 


.888 


.865 


.841 


10 


6 50 


20 


40 


.072 


• 049 


.026 


.003 


.980 


.957 


.933 


.910 


.886 


.863 


.839 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.072 


.049 


.025 


.002 


• 979 


.956 


.932 


.909 


.885 


.862 


.838 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.072 


.049 


.025 


.002 


•979 


.956 


.932 


.909 


.885 


.861 


■ 837 


40 


20 


SO 


10 


.072 


•049 


.025 


.002 


• 978 


.955 


.931 


.908 


.884 


.860 


■ 836 


SO 


10 


18 


18 


3.072 


3-049 


3.025 


3.002 


2.978 


2.955 


2.931 


2.908 


2.884 


2.860 


2.836 


6 


6 



xliv 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



10° 








PRECESSION IN R. A. FOR i88c 










10." 


R. A. for+Decl. 


10° 


11° 


12° 


13° 


14° 


15° 


16° 


17° 


18° 


19° 


20° 


R. A. fo 


r-Decl. 


h. m. 


h. m. 
























h. m. 


h. m. 


o 


12 


3?072 


3'072 


3?072 


3'072 


3?072 


3-072 


3?072 


3?072 


3?o72 


3«o72 


3?072 


12 


24 


10 


II 50 


.083 


.084 


.085 


.086 


.087 


.088 


.089 


.090 


.091 


.092 


•094 


10 


23 50 


20 


40 


• 093 


-09s 


.097 


.099 


.101 


.103 


.105 


.108 


.110 


.112 


.115 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.103 


.106 


.109 


-113 


.116 


.119 


.122 


.126 


.129 


-132 


.136 


30 


30 


40 


20 


■113 


.117 


.121 


.126 


.130 


•134 


.138 


.143 


-147 


.152 


.157 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.123 


.128 


•133 


.139 


.144 


.150 


■ «5S 


.161 


.166 


.172 


.178 


50 


10 


I 


II 


3-133 


3-139 


3.MS 


3.152 


3-158 


3.16S 


3-171 


3.178 


3.184 


3. 191 


3.198 


13 


23 


10 


10 50 


•143 


.ISO 


• iS7 


-165 


.172 


.180 


.187 


•195 


.202 


.210 


.218 


10 


22 50 


20 


40 


.152 


.161 


.169 


.178 


.186 


•195 


.203 


.212 


.220 


.229 


.238 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.162 


.172 


.i8i 


.190 


.199 


.210 


.219 


.229 


• 238 


.248 


.258 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.171 


.182 


.192 


.202 


.212 


.224 


.234 


• 245 


.255 


.266 


.277 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.181 


.192 


.203 


.214 


.225 


.238 


.249 


.261 


.272 


.2S4 


.296 


50 


10 


2 


10 


3.190 


3-202 


3-214 


3-226 


3-238 


3.251 


3.263 


3.276 


3.289 


3.302 


3.315 


14 


22 


10 


9 SO 


.199 


.212 


.225 


.238 


-251 


.264 


.277 


.291 


•305 


.319 


.333 


10 


21 50 


20 


40 


.207 


.221 


•235 


-249 


-263 


.277 


.291 


.306 


.321 


.336 


.351 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.215 


.230 


.245 


.260 


.275 


.290 


.305 


.321 


-336 


.352 


.368 


30 


30 


40 


20 


• 223 


•239 


-254 


.270 


.286 


.302 


.318 


.335 


•351 


.368 


.385 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.231 


.248 


-263 


.280 


-297 


.314 


.330 


.348 


-365 


.383 


.401 


SO 


10 


3 


9 


3.238 


3-256 


3.272 


3.290 


3-307 


3.325 


3-342 


3.361 


3-379 


3.398 


3.416 


IS 


21 


10 


8 50 


.245 


.264 


.281 


-299 


•317 


-336 


-354 


.373 


•392 


.412 


.431 


10 


20 50 


20 


40 


.252 


.271 


.289 


.308 


•327 


-346 


-36S 


.385 


.405 


.425 


.445 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.259 


.278 


-297 


.316 


-336 


•356 


-376 


.396 


.417 


•437 


.458 


30 


30 


40 


20 


■ 265 


.285 


-304 


-324 


-344 


-365 


• 386 


.407 


.428 


•449 


.471 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.271 


.291 


-3" 


•332 


•352 


■ 374 


-395 


.417 


-438 


.460 


.483 


SO 


10 


4 


8 


3.276 


3-297 


3-318 


3-339 


3-360 


3-382 


3.404 


3.426 


3-448 


3.471 


3.494 


16 


20 


10 


7 50 


.281 


.302 


-324 


-346 


-367 


-390 


.412 


.434 


-457 


.481 


.504 


10 


19 50 


20 


40 


.285 


-307 


-329 


-352 


-374 


-397 


.419 


.442 


-465 


.490 


.514 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.289 


-312 


-334 


-357 


.380 


-403 


.426 


.449 


-473 


.498 


.522 


30 


30 


40 


20 


•293 


-316 


-339 


.362 


-385 


.409 


.432 


.456 


.480 


.505 


.530 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.296 


.320 


-343 


.366 


-390 


-414 


-437 


.462 


.486 


•511 


.536 , 


50 


10 


5 


7 


3-299 


3-323 


3-347 


3-370 


3-394 


3.418 


3-442 


3-467 


3.492 


3.517 


3.542 


17 


19 


10 


6 50 


.302 


.326 


-350 


-373 


-397 


.422 


-446 


.471 


.496 


.521 


.546 


10 


18 50 


20 


40 


-304 


.328 


-352 


-376 


.400 


-425 


• 450 


-475 


.500 


•525 


.550 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.306 


-330 


-354 


-378 


.402 


.427 


■452 


-478 


•503 


.528 


.553 


30 


30 


40 


20 


-307 


•331 


-355 


.380 


.404 


.429 


•454 


.480 


-505 


.530 


•556 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.308 


-332 


-356 


.381 


.405 


•430 


■ 455 


.481 


.506 


.531 


.557 


SO 


10 


6 


6 


3-308 


3-332 


3-356 


3-381 


3-405 


3-430 


3.455 


3-481 


3-506 


3-532 


3.558 


18 


18 



Precession Tables 



xlv 



10.° 








PRECESSION IN R. A. FOR 1880 










10." 


R. A. for+Decl. 


10° 


11° 


12° 


13° 


14° 


15° 


16° 


17° 


18° 


19° 


20° 


R. A. for-Decl. 


h, m. 


h. m. 
























h. m. 


h. m. 


12 O 


24 


3?072 


3?072 


3?072 


3?072 


3-072 


3?o72 


35072 


3-072 


3-072 


39072 


3?072 





12 


10 


23 SO 


.061 


.060 


.059 


.058 


-057 


.056 


• 05s 


•054 


•053 


.052 


.051 


10 


II so 


20 


40 


.051 


.049 


•047 


.045 


-043 


.041 


.038 


.036 


•034 


.032 


.030 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.041 


.038 


-034 


• 031 


.028 


.025 


.021 


.018 


3^015 


3.012 


3.009 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.031 


.027 


.022 


.018 


3.014 


3.010 


.005 


3.001 


2.996 


2.993 


2.988 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.021 


.016 


3.009 


3.004 


2.999 


Z.994 


2.988 


2.983 


•977 


-972 


.967 


50 


10 


13 


23 


3-0II 


3-005 


2.997 


2.991 


2.985 


2.979 


2.972 


2.966 


2.959 


2.953 


2.946 


I 


II 


10 


22 so 


3-001 


2.994 


■985 


.978 


.971 


.964 


•956 


-949 


• 941 


-934 


.926 


10 


10 50 


20 


40 


2.991 


•983 


•974 


.966 


•957 


•949 


.940 


-932 


• 923 


.915 


.906 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.981 


.972 


•963 


•953 


•943 


•934 


.924 


-915 


.905 


.896 


.886 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.972 


.962 


•952 


.941 


•930 


.920 


.909 


.899 


.888 


•877 


.867 


40 


20 


50 


10 


■ 963 


•952 


.941 


.929 


.917 


.906 


• 894 


.883 


.871 


-859 


.848 


50 


10 


14 


22 


2.954 


2.942 


2.930 


2.918 


2.905 


2.893 


2.880 


2.868 


2^855 


2.842 


2.829 


2 


10 


10 


21 50 


•945 


•932 


.919 


.906 


• 893 


.880 


.865 


.852 


• 838 


.825 


.811 


10 


9 50 


20 


40 


•936 


• 923 


.909 


.895 


.881 


.867 


•851 


•837 


.822 


.808 


•793 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.928 


.914 


•899 


.884 


.869 


• 854 


• 838 


-823 


.807 


•792 


•776 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.920 


.905 


.889 


.874 


.858 


.842 


.825 


.809 


• 792 


.776 


•759 


40 


20 


SO 


10 


.912 


.896 


.880 


.864 


.847 


.830 


.812 


-796 


.778 


.761 


• 743 


50 


10 


IS 


21 


2.90s 


^.888 


2.871 


2.854 


2^837 


2.819 


i:.800 


2.783 


2.764 


2.746 


^..^1^& 


3 


9 


10 


20 50 


.898 


.880 


.862 


.845 


.827 


.809 


•789 


.771 


•751 


■732 


• 713 


10 


8 so 


20 


40 


.891 


.873 


-854 


-836 


.817 


-798 


•778 


•759 


• 739 


.719 


.699 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.885 


.866 


.846 


.827 


.808 


.788 


.768 


•748 


.727 


.706 


.686 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.879 


.859 


•839 


.819 


-799 


-779 


•758 


•737 


•715 


.694 


•673 


40 


20 


SO 


10 


■873 


•853 


.832 


.812 


• 791 


-770 


• 749 


.727 


•705 


• 683 


.661 


50 


10 


16 


20 


2.868 


2.847 


2.826 


2.805 


2.783 


2.762 


2.740 


2.718 


2.695 


2.673 


2.650 


4 


8 


10 


19 50 


.863 


.841 


.820 


-798 


• 776 


•754 


•732 


• 709 


.685 


.663 


.640 


10 


7 50 


20 


40 


.858 


.836 


.814 


• 792 


.769 


• 747 


•724 


.702 


.677 


.654 


.630 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.854 


.832 


.809 


• 787 


•763 


•741 


.717 


• 695 


.670 


.646 


.621 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.850 


.828 


• 805 


.782 


•758 


•735 


.711 


.688 


-663 


•639 


.614 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.846 


.824 


.801 


-778 


•753 


• 730 


.706 


.682 


•657 


•633 


.607 


so 


10 


17 


19 


2.843 


i!.82I 


2.797 


2.774 


2.749 


2.726 


2.701 


2.677 


2.652 


2.628 


2.602 


5 


7 


10 


18 50 


.841 


.818 


•794 


• 771 


.746 


.722 


.697 


•673 


.648 


.623 


.598 


10 


6 50 


20 


40 


.839 


.816 


• 792 


.768 


•743 


.719 


.694 


.669 


.644 


.619 


•594 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.838 


.814 


.790 


.766 


•741 


.717 


.692 


.666 


.641 


.617 


•590 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.837 


-813 


.789 


.764 


• 739 


•715 


.690 


.664 


-638 


• 615 


.588 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.836 


.812 


.788 


.763 


•738 


.714 


.689 


.663 


-638 


• 613 


• 587 


50 


10 


18 


18 


2.836 


2.812 


2.787 


2.763 


2.738 


2.714 


2.688 


2.663 


2.637 


2.612 


2.586 


6 


6 



xlvi 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



20. 



PRECESSION IN R. A. FOR 1880 



20/ 



R. A. for+Decl. 


20° 


21° 


22° 


23° 


24° 


25° 


26° 


27° 


28"" 


29° 


30° 


R. A. for — Decl. 


h. m. 


h. m. 
























h. m. 


h. m. 





12 


3?072 


3«072 


3?o72 


3*072 


3»072 


3?o72 


3^072 


3?072 


3*072 


3*072 


3*072 


12 


24 


10 


II SO 


.094 


.095 


.096 


.097 


.098 


.100 


.101 


.102 


.103 


.105 


.106 


10 


23 SO 


20 


40 


.115 


.117 


.119 


.122 


.124 


.127 


.129 


• 132 


•134 


.137 


. 140 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.136 


.139 


■143 


.146 


.150 


.154 


.158 


.161 


.165 


.169 


.173 


30 


30 


40 


20 


•157 


.161 


.166 


.171 


.176 


.181 


.186 


.191 


.196 


.201 


.206 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.178 


.183 


.189 


•195 


.201 


.207 


• 213 


.220 


.226 


.233 


.239 


50 


10 


I 


II 


3-198 


3.205 


3.212 


3.219 


3.226 


3.234 


3-241 


3-249 


3.256 


3.264 


3.272 


13 


23 


10 


10 SO 


.218 


.227 


•235 


•243 


.251 


.260 


.268 


•277 


.286 


.295 


.304 


10 


22 50 


20 


40 


.238 


.248 


-257 


.266 


.276 


.286 


-295 


.305 


•315 


.326 


.336 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.258 


.269 


-279 


.289 


.300 


• 311 


• 322 


.333 


•344 


.356 


.368 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.277 


.289 


.301 


.312 


.324 


.336 


•348 


.360 


•373 


• 386 


.399 


40 


20 


SO 


10 


.296 


■309 


• 322 


•334 


•347 


.360 


•373 


.387 


.401 


.415 


.429 


50 


10 


2 


10 


3.315 


3-329 


3-342 


3.356 


3^370 


3-384 


3-398 


3-413 


3^428 


3^443 


3.458 


14 


22 


10 


9 so 


■333 


•348 


-362 


.377 


•392 


.407 


• 423 


.438 


•454 


.471 


.487 


10 


21 50 


20 


40 


■ 351 


.367 


-382 


.398 


.414 


.430 


•446 


-463 


.480 


•497 


•515 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.368 


•385 


.401 


.418 


•435 


.452 


.469 


-487 


•505 


•523 


•542 


30 


30 


40 


20 


•385 


.402 


.420 


.437 


•455 


.473 


.491 


.510 


.529 


•549 


.568 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.401 


.419 


■437 


■456 


• 474 


.493 


.513 


-533 


.553 


•573 


•594 


SO 


10 


3 


9 


3.416 


3-435 


3-454 


3^474 


3^493 


3.513 


3.533 


3-554 


3.575 


3^596 


3^6i8 


IS 


21 


10 


8 50 


.431 


-451 


.471 


.491 


• 511 


.532 


•553 


•575 


.596 


.619 


.641 


10 


20 50 


20 


40 


•445 


.465 


.486 


• 507 


.528 


.550 


•572 


•594 


.617 


.640 


.664 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.458 


■479 


.501 


•523 


•545 


■ 567 


•590 


• 613 


.636 


.660 


.685 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.471 


■493 


-515 


-537 


.560 


.583 


.606 


■ 630 


.655 


•679 


• 705 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.483 


■505 


.528 


-551 


.574 


.598 


.622 


•647 


.672 


•697 


•723 


50 


10 


4 


8 


3-494 


3^5i7 


3-540 


3-564 


3.588 


3.612 


3^637 


3 '.'62 


3.688 


3^7i4 


3^741 


16 


20 


10 


7 50 


.504 


.528 


-551 


-576 


.600 


.625 


.651 


.676 


.703 


•730 


•757 


10 


19 50 


20 


40 


.514 


.537 


.562 


.587 


.612 


•637 


.663 


.690 


.717 


•744 


•772 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.522 


■S46 


• 571 


-597 


.622 


.648 


.675 


.702 


.729 


•757 


.785 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.530 


•555 


.580 


.606 


.632 


.658 


.685 


.712 


.740 


•769 


•798 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.536 


.562 


.588 


.614 


.640 


.667 


.694 


.722 


.750 


.779 


.809 


50 


10 


5 


7 


3-542 


3.568 


3-594 


3.621 


3.647 


3-675 


3^702 


3-730 


3.759 


3.788 


3-8i8 


17 


19 

18 50 

40 

30 


10 


6 50 


.546 


•573 


.600 


.626 


•653 


.681 


• 709 


•737 


.766 


.796 


.826 


10 


20 


40 


■ 550 


.578 


.604 


.631 


.658 


.686 


•715 


•743 


.772 


.802 


.832 


20 


30 


30 


■553 


• 581 


.608 


-635 


.662 


.690 


.719 


.748 


.777 


.807 


.838 


30 


40 


20 


.556 


•584 


.610 


.638 


.665 


-693 


.722 


•751 


.780 


.811 


.841 


40 


20 


50 


ID 


■ 557 


•585 


.612 


•639 


.667 


• 69s 


•724 


.753 


■783 


.813 


•843 


50 


10 


6 


6 


3-558 


3.586 


3-613 


3-640 


3.668 


3-696 


3-724 


3^754 


3.783 


3.813 


3^844 


18 


18 



Precession Tables 



xlvii 



20." 



PRECESSION IN R. A. FOR 1880 



20/ 



R. A. for + Decl. 


ao° 


21° 


22° 


23° 


24° 


25° 


26° 


27° 


28° 


29° 


30° 


R. A.for-Decl. 


h. m. 


h, m. 
























li. m. 


h. m. 


12 


24 


3?072 


3?072 


3?072 


3?o72 


3'o72 


3-072 


35072 


3'072 


3?072 


3»072 


3=072 





12 


10 


23 50 


.051 


.050 


.049 


.048 


.046 


■045 


.044 


• 043 


.041 


.040 


• 039 


10 


II SO 


20 


40 


.030 


.028 


.025 


3^023 


3.020 


3^oi8 


3^015 


3^013 


3.010 


3.008 


3^005 


20 


40 


30 


30 


3-009 


3.00s 


3.002 


2.998 


2.995 


2.991 


2.987 


2.983 


2.980 


2.976 


2.972 


30 


30 


40 


20 


2.988 


2.983 


2.979 


■974 


.969 


• 964 


■ 959 


•954 


•949 


•944 


■938 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.967 


.961 


• 955 


• 950 


• 944 


• 937 


■931 


•925 


.918 


.912 


.90s 


SO 


10 


13 


23 


2.946 


2.940 


2^933 


2.925 


2.918 


2. 911 


2.904 


2.896 


2.888 


2.881 


2.872 


I 


II 


10 


22 SO 


.926 


.918 


.910 


.902 


• 893 


.885 


.876 


.868 


•859 


.849 


.840 


10 


10 50 


20 


40 


.906 


•897 


.888 


.878 


.869 


• 859 


.849 


•839 


.829 


.819 


.808 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.886 


.876 


.866 


• 855 


.845 


■834 


■ 823 


.812 


.800 


• 789 


• 777 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.867 


.855 


•844 


• 833 


.821 


.809 


• 797 


.784 


.772 


• 759 


• 746 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.848 


•835 


• 823 


.810 


• 797 


•785 


• 771 


•758 


■744 


.730 


.716 


50 


10 


14 


22 


2.829 


2.816 


2.802 


2.789 


2.775 


2.761 


2.746 


2.732 


2.717 


Z.702 


2.686 


2 


10 


10 


21 50 


.811 


•797 


.782 


• 767 


•753 


•737 


.722 


.706 


.690 


.674 


.658 


10 


9 so 


20 


40 


■793 


■ 778 


• 763 


.747 


•731 


•715 


.698 


.682 


.665 


.647 


• 630 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.776 


.760 


•744 


■ 727 


.710 


• 693 


• 675 


.658 


.640 


.621 


• 603 


30 


30 


40 


20 


•7S9 


•743 


.725 


.708 


.690 


.672 


•653 


•634 


.615 


•596 


■576 


40 


20 


so 


10 


•743 


.726 


.707 


.689 


.670 


.651 


.632 


.612 


.592 


•572 


-551 


SO 


10 


IS 


21 


2.728 


2.709 


2.690 


2.671 


2.651 


2.631 


2. 611 


2.591 


2.570 


2.548 


2.527 


3 


9 


10 


20 50 


.713 


.694 


.674 


■654 


•634 


.613 


.592 


-570 


.548 


.526 


■503 


10 


8 so 


20 


40 


.699 


.679 


.659 


• 638 


.616 


•595 


.573 


-551 


.528 


•505 


.481 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.686 


.665 


.644 


.622 


.600 


•578 


-555 


-532 


■ 508 


•484 


.460 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.673 


.652 


■ 630 


.607 


•585 


.562 


-538 


•5J4 


.490 


•465 


.440 


40 


20 


SO 


10 


.661 


.640 


.617 


• 594 


• 570 


• 547 


.522 


.498 


■473 


• 447 


.421 


SO 


10 


16 


20 


2.650 


2.628 


2.605 


2.581 


2.557 


2^532 


2.508 


2.482 


2.457 


2.431 


2.404 


4 


8 


10 


19 SO 


.640 


.617 


•593 


•569 


• 544 


.519 


-494 


.468 


.442 


•415 


.388 


10 


7 so 


20 


40 


.630 


.607 


• 583 


■558 


•533 


.507 


.481 


•455 


.428 


.401 


• 372 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.621 


■ 598 


.573 


•548 


.522 


■496 


.470 


■443 


.416 


.388 


•359 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.614 


■590 


.565 


•539 


•513 


■487 


.460 


■ 432 


.404 


• 376 


•347 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.607 


■ 583 


• 557 


• 531 


.505 


•478 


•451 


■423 


■394 


• 366 


•336 


so 


10 


17 


19 


2.602 


2.577 


2.551 


2.524 


2.497 


2.470 


2^443 


2.414 


2.386 


2^357 


2.327 


S 


7 


10 


18 50 


.598 


■ 571 


•545 


.518 


.491 


.464 


•436 


.407 


•378 


•349 


.319 


10 


6 50 


20 


40 


•594 


• 567 


•540 


•513 


.486 


■458 


•430 


.401 


•372 


•343 


■ 312 


20 


40 


30 


30 


■590 


.564 


.537 


• Sio 


.482 


-454 


.426 


•397 


.368 


.338 


■307 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.588 


.561 


.534 


■ 507 


• 479 


• 451 


•423 


•394 


•364 


•334 


•303 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.587 


.560 


.533 


• S05 


■ 478 


■ 450 


.421 


• 392 


• 362 


•332 


.301 


50 


10 


18 


18 


2.586 


2^559 


2^532 


2.505 


2.477 


2.449 


2.420 


2.391 


2.361 


2-331 


2.300 


6 


6 



xlviii 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



30.° 








PRECESSION IN R. A. FOR i88c 










30." 


R. A. for+Decl. 


30° 


31° 


32° 


33° 


34° 


35° 


36° 


37° 


38° 


39° 


40° 


R. A. for-Decl. 




























h. m. 


h. m. 


h. m. 


h. m. 




























O 


12 


3?072 


3«072 


3»072 


3?072 


3«072 


3?o72 


35072 


3?072 


3?072 


3?072 


3?o72 


12 


24 


10 


II SO 


.106 


.107 


. 109 


. no 


.112 


-113 


.115 


.116 


.118 


.120 


.121 


10 


23 SO 


20 


40 


.140 


.142 


■145 


.148 


.151 


.154 


.157 


.160 


.163 


.167 


.170 


20 


40 


3° 


30 


•173 


.177 


.181 


.186 


.190 


-195 


.199 


.204 


.209 


.214 


.219 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.206 


.212 


.217 


.223 


.229 


-235 


.241 


.247 


■ 254 


.260 


.267 


40 


20 


50 


10 


■ 239 


.246 


.253 


.260 


.268 


.275 


.283 


.290 


.298 


■ 307 


■31S 


SO 


10 


I 


11 


3.272 


3.280 


3.289 


3.297 


3.306 


3-315 


3.324 


3-333 


3^343 


3^352 


3-363 


13 


23 


10 


10 SO 


• 304 


.314 


.324 


.333 


.343 


-354 


.364 


-375 


■ 386 


•398 


.410 


10 


22 50 


20 


40 


■336 


.347 


.358 


■ 369 


.381 


-393 


.405 


.417 


■430 


•443 


■ 456 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.368 


.380 


.392 


.405 


.417 


-431 


.444 


-458 


.472 


.487 


.502 


30 


30 


40 


20 


•399 


.412 


.425 


.439 


.453 


.468 


.483 


■498 


■514 


■530 


.546 


40 


20 


SO 


10 


.429 


.443 


.458 


.473 


.489 


.505 


.521 


■ 538 


■ 555 


.572 


.590 


so 


10 


2 


10 


3.458 


3.474 


3.490 


.506 


3.523 


3-540 


3.558 


3 576 


3^595 


3^6i4 


3-633 


14 


22 


10 


9 SO 


■487 


• 504 


.521 


.539 


•557 


-575 


.594 


.614 


■634 


.654 


• 675 


10 


21 so 


20 


40 


•515 


.533 


.552 


.570 


.590 


.609 


.629 


.650 


.671 


.693 


.716 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.542 


.561 


.581 


.601 


.621 


.642 


.664 


.686 


.708 


.731 


.755 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.568 


.589 


.609 


.630 


.652 


.674 


.697 


.720 


■744 


.768 


.793 


40 


20 


50 


10 


■ 594 


.615 


.637 


.659 


.682 


-70s 


.729 


-753 


■778 


.804 


.830 


SO 


10 


3 


9 


3.618 


3.640 


3.663 


3.686 


3-710 


3-734 


3.759 


3-785 


3. 811 


3.838 


3.866 


15 


21 


10 


8 50 


.641 


.665 


.688 


.712 


.737 


.762 


.788 


.815 


.842 


.870 


.899 


10 


20 50 


20 


40 


.664 


.688 


.712 


.737 


.763 


-789 


.816 


-844 


.872 


.902 


.932 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.685 


.710 


.735 


.761 


.788 


-815 


.843 


.872 


.901 


.931 


.962 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.705 


.730 


.757 


.784 


.811 


-839 


.868 


.898 


.928 


.959 


3.991 


40 


20 


50 


10 


■ 723 


■750 


■777 


.805 


•833 


.862 


.892 


.922 


■953 


3.985 


4.018 


50 


10 


4 


8 


3.741 


3.768 


3.796 


3.824 


2.853 


3-883 


3-914 


3-945 


3^977 


4.010 


4.044 


16 


20 


10 


7 SO 


.757 


.785 


.813 


.842 


.872 


.903 


■934 


.966 


3^999 


•033 


.067 


10 


19 SO 


20 


40 


.772 


.800 


.829 


■859 


.890 


.921 


■953 


3-985 


4.019 


•053 


.089 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.785 


.814 


.844 


.875 


.905 


.937 


.970 


4-003 


■037 


•073 


.109 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.798 


.827 


.857 


.888 


.920 


.952 


■985 


.019 


.054 


.090 


.126 


40 


20 


SO 


10 


.809 


.838 


.869 


.900 


■932 


.965 


3-999 


-033 


.068 


.105 


.142 


SO 


10 


S 


7 


3.818 


3.848 


3.879 


3-911 


3^943 


3.977 


4. on 


4.045 


4.081 


4. 118 


4.156 


17 


19 


10 


6 50 


.826 


.857 


.888 


.920 


•953 


.986 


.021 


.056 


.092 


.129 


.168 


10 


18 50 


20 


40 


.832 


.863 


.895 


.927 


.960 


3-994 


.029 


.065 


.101 


•139 


.177 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.838 


.869 


.901 


■933 


.966 


4.000 


•035 


.071 


.108 


.146 


.185 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.841 


.873 


.905 


■937 


.971 


.005 


.040 


.076 


•113 


•151 


.190 


40 


20 


SO 


10 


.843 


.875 


.907 


.940 


.973 


.007 


-043 


■079 


.116 


.154 


■193 


SO 


10 


6 


6 


3.844 


3.876 


3.908 


3^941 


3-974 


4.008 


4.044 


4.080 


4. 117 


4^155 


4.194 


18 


18 



Precession Tables 



xlix 



30.° 








PRECESSION 


IN R. 


A. FOR 1880 








30.° 


R. A. for + Decl. 


30° 


31° 


32° 


33° 


34° 


35° 


36° 


37° 


38° 


39° 


40° 


R. A. for - Decl. 


h. m. 


h. m. 
























h. m. 


h. m. 


12 O 


24 


3*072 


3*072 


3*072 


3*072 


3*072 


3*072 


3*072 


3*072 


3*072 


3*072 


3*072 





12 


10 


23 SO 


• 039 


•037 


.036 


3-034 


3^033 


3.032 


3^030 


3.028 


3.027 


3.02s 


3-023 


10 


II SO 


20 


40 


3.00s 


3-002 


3.000 


2.997 


2.994 


2.991 


2.988 


2.98s 


2.981 


2.978 


2-975 


20 


40 


30 


30 


:^.972 


2.968 


2.963 


•959 


• 955 


.950 


.946 


• 941 


.936 


.931 


.926 


30 


30 


40 


20 


•938 


■933 


.927 


.922 


.916 


.910 


-904 


.897 


.891 


.884 


.878 


40 


20 


50 


10 


•90s 


.898 


.892 


.884 


• 877 


.870 


.862 


.854 


.846 


-838 


.830 


SO 


10 


13 o 


23 


2.872 


2.864 


2.856 


2.848 


2.839 


2.830 


2.821 


2.812 


2.802 


2.792 


2.782 


I 


II 


10 


22 50 


.840 


.831 


.821 


.811 


.801 


• 791 


.780 


.769 


.758 


-747 


-735 


10 


10 50 


20 


40 


.808 


•798 


•787 


.775 


■764 


• 752 


-740 


.728 


• 71s 


.702 


.689 


20 


40 


30 


30 


•777 


•765 


•753 


.740 


•727 


.714 


.701 


.687 


• 673 


.658 


.643 


30 


30 


40 


20 


•746 


•733 


.719 


-70s 


.691 


-677 


.662 


-647 


.631 


.615 


.598 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.716 


.701 


.687 


.671 


.656 


.640 


.624 


.607 


.590 


.573 


.554 


SO 


10 


14 


22 


2.686 


2.671 


2.65s 


2.638 


2.621 


2.604 


2.587 


2.569 


2-550 


2-531 


2. 511 


2 


10 


10 


21 50 


.6s8 


.641 


• 623 


.606 


.588 


.569 


.550 


-531 


-511 


-491 


.470 


10 


9 SO 


20 


40 


.630 


.612 


•593 


•574 


•555 


•535 


.515 


.495 


-473 


.451 


.429 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.603 


•583 


.564 


• 544 


• 523 


•503 


.481 


•459 


•436 


.413 


-389 


30 


30 


40 


20 


•576 


•556 


•535 


•514 


-493 


.471 


-448 


.425 


.401 


-377 


-351 


40 


20 


so 


10 


•5SI 


• 530 


.508 


.486 


.463 


.440 


.416 


.392 


•367 


•341 


.314 


SO 


10 


15 


21 


2.S27 


2-504 


2.482 


2.458 


2-435 


2.410 


2.386 


2.360 


2-334 


2.307 


i!.279 


3 


9 


10 


20 50 


•S03 


.480 


■456 


-432 


.408 


.382 


-356 


.330 


.302 


.274 


-245 


10 


8 so 


20 


40 


.481 


•457 


-432 


• 407 


• 382 


•,355 


-328 


.301 


.272 


.243 


.213 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.460 


•435 


.410 


•384 


• 357 


-329 


.302 


.273 


-244 


.214 


.[82 


30 


30 


.40 


20 


.440 


.414 


• 388 


.361 


■334 


•305 


.277 


.247 


.217 


.186 


-153 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.421 


■395 


• 368 


•340 


■ 312 


• 283 


-253 


.223 


.191 


.159 


.126 


SO 


10 


16 


20 


2.404 


2-377 


2.349 


2.320 


2.291 


2.262 


2.231 


2.200 


Z.168 


2.135 


2.101 


4 


8 


10 


19 SO 


• 388 


• 360 


• 331 


.302 


.272 


.242 


.211 


.179 


.146 


.112 


.077 


10 


7 50 


20 


40 


.372 


•344 


• 315 


.28s 


• 255 


.224 


.192 


-159 


.126 


.091 


.056 


20 


40 


30 


30 


• 359 


•330 


.301 


.270 


• 239 


.208 


-175 


.142 


.107 


.072 


.036 


30 


30 


40 


20 


•347 


-318 


.287 


.256 


.22s 


.193 


.160 


.126 


.091 


-055 


.018 


40 


20 


50 


10 


■336 


• 306 


.276 


• 244 


.212 


.180 


.146 


.112 


.076 


.040 


2. 002 


50 


10 


17 


19 


2.327 


2.296 


2.26s 


2.234 


2.201 


2.168 


2-134 


2.099 


Z.063 


2.027 


1.989 


5 


7 


10 


18 50 


•319 


.288 


.257 


.22s 


.192 


.158 


.124 


.089 


-053 


.015 


.977 


10 


6 so 


20 


40 


.312 


.281 


.250 


.217 


.184 


.150 


.116 


.080 


.044 


2.006 


.968 


20 


40 


30 


30 


•307 


.276 


.244 


.212 


.178 


.M4 


.109 


.073 


-037 


1.999 


.960 


30 


30 


40 


20 


•303 


.272 


.240 


.208 


.174 


.140 


.105 


.069 


.032 


-994 


.955 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.301 


.270 


-238 


.205 


.171 


•137 


.102 


.066 


.029 


.991 


.952 


SO 


10 


18 


18 


i!.300 


2.269 


2.237 


2.204 


2. 171 


I •136 


2.I0I 


2.065 


2.028 


1.990 


1. 951 


6 


6 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



40.° 








PRECESSION 


IN R. 


A. FOR 1880 








40.° 


R. A. for+Decl. 


40° 


41° 


42° 


43° 


44° 


45° 


46° 


47° 


48° 


49° 


50° 


R. A. for— Decl. 


h. m. 


h. m. 
























h. m. 


h. m. 





12 


3?o72 


3?072 


3?072 


3?o72 


3-072 


3?072 


3?072 


3«072 


3?072 


3?072 


3*072 


12 


24 


10 


II so 


.121 


.123 


.125 


.127 


.129 


■131 


•133 


•135 


.137 


■ 139 


.142 


10 


23 50 


20 


40 


.170 


• 174 


.177 


.181 


.185 


.189 


•193 


.197 


.202 


.206 


.211 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.219 


.224 


.230 


• 23s 


.241 


.247 


•253 


• 259 


.266 


■ 273 


.280 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.267 


.274 


.281 


.289 


• 297 


■30s 


•313 


• 321 


.330 


•339 


•349 


40 


20 


so 


10 


•315 


•324 


-333 


• 342 


• 352 


• 362 


• 372 


.383 


.394 


•40s 


.417 


50 


10 


I o 


II 


3-363 


3-373 


3-384, 


3-395 


^3-407 


3.418 


3^431 


3^443 


3-457 


3^47o 


3.485 


13 


23 


ID 


10 so 


.410 


.422 


•434 


•447 


.461 


•474 


■489 


• 503 


•519 


•535 


• 551 


10 


22 50 


20 


40 


.456 


.470 


■484 


• 499 


.514 


• 530 


■546 


•563 


.580 


• 598 


.617 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.502 


•517 


-533 


•549 


.566 


•584 


.602 


.621 


.641 


.661 


.682 


30 


30 


40 


20 


•546 


.564 


.581 


• 599 


.618 


.637 


•657 


.678 


.700 


.722 


.746 


40 


20 


so 


10 


.590 


.609 


.628 


.648 


.669 


.690 


.712 


•734 


• 758 


• 783 


.808 


50 


ID 


2 


10 


3-633 


3 -653 


3-674 


3.696 


3-718 


3.741 


3-765 


3^789 


3^815 


3.841 


3.869 


14 


22 


lO 


9 so 


•67s 


•697 


•719 


• 742 


.766 


•791 


.816 


•843 


.870 


•899 


.928 


10 


21 50 


20 


40 


.716 


-739 


•763 


• 787 


.813 


•839 


.866 


• 895 


.924 


3^954 


3 ■986 


20 


40 


30 


30 


-75S 


.780 


•805 


• 831 


.858 


.886 


•915 


• 945 


3.976 


4.009 


4.042 


30 


30 


40 


20 


• 793 


.819 


.846 


•874 


.902 


.932 


3.962 


3^994 


4.027 


.061 


.096 


40 


20 


so 


10 


.830 


.857 


.885 


■914 


.944 


3.976 


4.008 


4.041 


.076 


.III 


• 149 


50 


10 


3 o 


9 


3.866 


3.894 


3.924 


3.954 


3.985 


4.018 


4.051 


4.086 


4.122 


4.160 


4.199 


15 


21 


lO 


8 50 


.899 


.929 


.960 


3-992 


4.024 


.058 


•093 


.129 


.167 


.206 


.247 


10 


20 50 


20 


40 


-932 


.963 


3^994 


4.027 


.061 


.096 


■133 


.171 


.210 


.250 


•293 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.962 


3-994 


4.027 


.061 


.097 


•133 


.171 


.210 


.250 


.292 


•336 


30 


30 


40 


20 


3-991 


4.024 


• 058 


.094 


.130 


.167 


.206 


.247 


.289 


•332 


•378 


40 


20 


50 


10 


4.018 


.053 


.088 


.124 


.161 


.200 


.240 


.281 


.325 


.369 


.416 


50 


10 


4 


8 


4.044 


4.079 


4.115 


4-152 


4.190 


4.230 


4.271 


4.314 


4-358 


4.404 


4.452 


16 


20 


10 


7 so 


.067 


.103 


.140 


.178 


.217 


• 258 


.300 


•344 


-389 


•437 


.486 


10 


19 50 


20 


40 


.089 


.126 


.163 


.202 


.242 


.284 


.327 


•372 


.418 


.466 


.516 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.109 


.146 


.184 


.224 


.265 


•307 


•351 


• 397 


■ 444 


•493 


•544 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.126 


.164 


.203 


.244 


.286 


■329 


•373 


.419 


.468 


.518 


•570 


40 


20 


so 


10 


.142 


.181 


.220 


.261 


-304 


•347 


• 393 


.440 


.489 


•539 


•592 


50 


10 


5 


7 


4.156 


4.195 


4-235 


4.277 


4-319 


4^364 


4.410 


4-457 


4^507 


4^558 


4^6ii 


17 


19 


10 


6 so 


.168 


.207 


.248 


.290 


•333 


•378 


.424 


.472 


.522 


•574 


.628 


10 


18 50 


20 


40 


.177 


.217 


•258 


.301 


■ 344 


• 389 


• 436 


-484 


■535 


•587 


.641 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.18s 


.225 


.266 


• 308 


• 352 


•398 


•445 


•494 


-544 


•597 


.652 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.190 


.230 


.272 


•314 


■359 


.404 


•452 


• 501 


•552 


.604 


.660 


40 


20 


so 


10 


• 193 


•233 


.275 


• 318 


• 362 


.408 


•455 


•505 


■556 


.609 


.664 


50 


10 


6 


6 


4.194 


4-234 


4.276 


4^319 


4-363 


4.409 


4-457 


4.506 


4-557 


4.610 


4.666 


18 


18 



Precession Tables 



40.° 








PRECESSION 


IN R. 


A. FOR 1880 








40.° 


R. A. for+Decl. 


40° 


41° 


42° 


43° 


44° 


45° 


46° 


47° 


48° 


49° 


50° 


R. A. for— Decl. 


h. m. 


h. m. 
























h. m. 


h. m. 


12 


24 


3?o72 


3-072 


35072 


3-072 


3?072 


3?072 


3-072 


35072 


3?o72 


3?072 


3?072 





12 


10 


23 50 


3-023 


3.022 


3.020 


3.018 


3.016 


3.014 


3.012 


3.010 


3.008 


3.00s 


3.003 


10 


II SO 


20 


40 


2.975 


2.971 


2.967 


2.964 


2.960 


2.956 


2.952 


2.947 


2.943 


2.938 


2.933 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.926 


.921 


• 915 


.910 


•904 


.898 


.892 


.885 


.878 


.872 


.864 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.878 


.871 


• 863 


.856 


.848 


.840 


.832 


.823 


.814 


.805 


•796 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.830 


.821 


.812 


.803 


•793 


-783 


■ 773 


.762 


•751 


•739 


.727 


SO 


10 


13 o 


23 


2.782 


2.772 


2.761 


2.750 


2^738 


2.726 


2.714 


2.701 


2.688 


2.674 


2.660 


I 


II 


10 


22 50 


•735 


•723 


.710 


.697 


.684 


.670 


■656 


.641 


.626 


.610 


.593 


10 


10 50 


20 


40 


.6S9 


• 675 


.661 


.646 


.631 


.615 


■ 599 


.582 


• 565 


.546 


.527 


20 


40 


30 


30 


■ 643 


.628 


.612 


■595 


• 578 


.561 


■ 543 


.524 


.504 


.484 


.463 


30 


30 


40 


20 


■ 598 


.581 


.564 


■545 


•527 


.507 


• 487 


.466 


■ 445 


.422 


.399 


40 


20 


50 


10 


■554 


•536 


.516 


■497 


.476 


• 455 


•433 


.410 


.387 


.362 


.337 


50 


10 


14 


22 


2.511 


2.491 


2.470 


2.449 


2.427 


2.404 


2.380 


2.356 


2.330 


2.303 


2.276 


2 


10 


10 


21 50 


.470 


.448 


.426 


■ 403 


•379 


•354 


• 329 


.302 


.274 


.246 


.216 


10 


9 50 


20 


40 


.429 


.406 


.382 


•357 


•332 


■ 305 


.278 


■250 


.221 


.190 


.158 


20 


40 


30 


30 


•389 


• 365 


-340 


•313 


.286 


.258 


.230 


.200 


.168 


.136 


.102 


30 


30 


40 


20 


•351 


•325 


.299 


.271 


.242 


.213 


.182 


.151 


.118 


.084 


2.048 


40 


20 


SO 


10 


.314 


.287 


• 259 


■ 230 


.200 


.169 


• 137 


.104 


.069 


2.033 


1.996 


50 


10 


15 


21 


2.279 


2.251 


2.221 


2. 191 


2.159 


2.127 


2.093 


2.059 


2.022 


1.985 


1.946 


3 


9 


10 


20 50 


.245 


.215 


.185 


■153 


.120 


.087 


.052 


2.015 


1.978 


.938 


.898 


10 


8 50 


20 


40 


.213 


.182 


.150 


.117 


■ 083 


.048 


2.012 


1.974 


.935 


.894 


.852 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.182 


.150 


.117 


■ 083 


.048 


2.012 


1.974 


• 935 


.894 


.852 


.808 


30 


30 


40 


20 


•153 


.120 


.086 


.051 


2.015 


1.977 


• 938 


.898 


.856 


.813 


.767 


40 


20 


SO 


10 


.126 


.092 


.057 


2.021 


1-983 


•945 


.905 


-863 


.820 


.775 


.729 


SO 


10 


16 


20 


2.101 


2.066 


2.030 


1-993 


1-954 


1. 914 


-873 


1-831 


i.786 


1.740 


1.693 


4 


8 


10 


19 SO 


.077 


.041 


i!.oo5 


.966 


.927 


.886 


.844 


.801 


.755 


.708 


.659 


10 


7 SO 


20 


40 


.056 


2.019 


1. 981 


-942 


.902 


.861 


.818 


-773 


.727 


.678 


.628 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.036 


1.999 


.960 


.921 


.880 


.837 


■ 793 


.748 


.701 


.651 


.600 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.018 


.980 


.941 


.901 


.859 


.816 


.771 


-725 


.677 


.627 


.575 


40 


20 


SO 


10 


2.002 


.964 


• 924 


.883 


.841 


•797 


-752 


-705 


.656 


.606 


•553 


SO 


10 


17 


19 


1.989 


1.950 


1.910 


1.868 


1.825 


1. 781 


1.735 


:.687 


1.638 


1.587 


'•533 


5 


7 


10 


18 50 


•977 


•938 


-897 


-855 


.812 


.767 


.721 


• 673 


.623 


.571 


•517 


10 


6 so 


20 


40 


.968 


.928 


.887 


-845 


.801 


.756 


.709 


.660 


.610 


.558 


■503 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.960 


.920 


.879 


.836 


•792 


•747 


.700 


.651 


•600 


-548 


•493 


30 


30 


40 


20 


•955 


.915 


-873 


.830 


.786 


•740 


■693 


• 644 


.593 


.540 


•485 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.952 


.911 


.870 


.827 


-783 


•737 


.689 


.640 


.589 


.536 


.481 


50 


10 


18 


18 


1.951 


1. 910 


1.869 


1.826 


1. 781 


i^735 


1.688 


1.639 


1.587 


1. 534 


1-479 


6 


6 



Hi 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



50° 








PRECESSION 


IN R. 


A. FOR 1880 








50." 


R. A.for+Decl. 


50° 


51° 


52° 


53° 


54° 


55° 


56° 


57° 


58° 


59° 


60° 


R. A. foi 


-Decl. 




























h. m. 


h. m. 


h. m. 


h. m. 




























o o 


12 


3?o72 


3S072 


3?072 


3?072 


3?072 


3?072 


3*072 


3*072 


3*072 


3*072 


3«072 


12 


24 


lO 


II SO 


.:42 


.144 


.147 


.150 


-153 


.156 


.159 


•162 


.166 


.169 


.173 


10 


23 SO 


20 


40 


.211 


.216 


.221 


.227 


•233 


•239 


•24s 


.252 


.259 


.266 


• 274 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.280 


.288 


.296 


-304 


•313 


• 322 


• 331 


-341 


.352 


.363 


.375 


30 


30 


40 


20 


•349 


.359 


-369 


-380 


• 392 


.404 


.417 


• 430 


.444 


.459 


• 474 


40 


20 


SO 


10 


.417 


-430 


-443 


.456 


• 471 


.486 


.501 


.518 


• 535 


• 554 


.574 


SO 


10 


I o 


11 


3-485 


3.500 


3-515 


3-532 


3^549 


3^567 


3.585 


3.605 


3.626 


3.648 


3.672 


13 


23 


10 


10 50 


•5SI 


.569 


-587 


.606 


.626 


.646 


.668 


.691 


.716 


.741 


.769 


10 


22 50 


20 


40 


.617 


.637 


.658 


-679 


.702 


• 725 


• 750 


■ 777 


.804 


■833 


.864 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.682 


.704 


• 727 


-751 


•777 


.803 


.831 


.860 


.891 


3.924 


3-959 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.746 


.770 


.796 


.822 


.850 


.879 


.910 


3^942 


3.977 


4.013 


4.051 


40 


20 


so 


10 


.808 


.835 


.862 


.892 


.922 


3-954 


3.988 


4.023 


4.060 


.100 


.142 


50 


10 


2 


10 


3-869 


3.898 


3.928 


3-959 


3^992 


4.027 


4.063 


4.102 


4.142 


4.185 


4.230 


14 


22 


10 


9 50 


.928 


3-959 


3992 


4.026 


4.061 


.098 


•137 


.178 


.222 


.268 


•317 


10 


21 50 


20 


40 


3.986 


4.019 


4.054 


.090 


.128 


.167 


.209 


• 253 


.300 


.349 


.401 


20 


40 


30 


30 


4.042 


-077 


.114 


.152 


•193 


•235 


• 279 


.326 


.375 


.427 


.482 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.096 


•134 


.172 


-213 


-255 


.300 


• 346 


• 396 


•448 


.503 


.561 


40 


20 


SO 


10 


.149 


.188 


.228 


.271 


.316 


• 362 


.411 


•463 


.518 


.576 


.637 


SO 


10 


3 


9 


4.199 


4.240 


4.282 


4-327 


4-374 


4.422 


4-474 


4-528 


4.585 


4.646 


4.710 


IS 


21 


10 


8 so 


.247 


.290 


•334 


.380 


.429 


.480 


•534 


• 590 


.650 


.713 


.780 


10 


20 so 


20 


40 


-293 


-337 


•383 


-431 


.482 


• 535 


•591 


-649 


.711 


.777 


.846 


20 


40 


30 


30 


-336 


-382 


•430 


.480 


-532 


-587 


•645 


.706 


.770 


.838 


.909 


30 


30 


40 


20 


-378 


.425 


•474 


.527 


.580 


-636 


.696 


.759 


.825 


.895 


4.969 


40 


20 


SO 


10 


.416 


-465 


.516 


-569 


.624 


.683 


■744 


.809 


.877 


.949 


5.025 


so 


10 


4 


8 


4.452 


4-502 


4^554 


4.609 


4.666 


4-726 


4^789 


4.855 


4.925 


4.999 


5.078 


16 


20 


10 


7 SO 


.486 


-537 


• 590 


.646 


.705 


.766 


• 830 


.898 


4.970 


S.046 


.126 


10 


19 SO 


20 


40 


.516 


.569 


.623 


.680 


.740 


.803 


.869 


.938 


S.on 


.089 


.171 


20 


40 


30 


30 


■544 


•598 


•653 


.711 


• 772 


.836 


.904 


4.974 


.049 


.128 


.212 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.570 


.624 


.680 


.740 


.802 


.867 


•935 


5.007 


.083 


.163 


.248 


40 


20 


so 


10 


.592 


.647 


.704 


-764 


.827 


•893 


•963 


.036 


.113 


.194 


.281 


so 


10 


S 


7 


4. 611 


4.667 


4-725 


4.786 


4.850 


4^917 


4.987 


5.061 


5.139 


5.222 


S.309 


17 


19 


10 


6 so 


.628 


.684 


-743 


.804 


.869 


.936 


5.007 


.082 


.161 


.245 


•333 


10 


18 50 


20 


40 


.641 


.698 


-758 


.820 


.885 


•953 


.024 


.100 


.179 


.264 


.353 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.652 


.709 


.769 


.831 


-897 


.965 


• 037 


.113 


.194 


.278 


.368 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.660 


.717 


-777 


.840 


.905 


■974 


.047 


.123 


.204 


.289 


•379 


40 


20 


so 


10 


.664 


.722 


.782 


•845 


.911 


.980 


•053 


.129 


.210 


•295 


.386 


50 


10 


6 


6 


4.666 


4-723 


4.784 


4.847 


4.912 


4.982 


5-054 


5.131 


5.212 


5^297 


5^388 


18 


18 



Precession Tables 



liii 



50.° 








PRECESSION 


IN R. 


A. FOR 1880 








50.° 


R. A. for+Decl. 


50° 


51° 


52° 


53° 


54° 


55° 


56° 


57" 


58° 


59° 


60' 


R. A. for— Decl. 


h. m. 


h. m. 
























h. m. 


h. m. 


12 


24 


3?072 


3°o72 


3'072 


3?072 


3*072 


3?072 


3*072 


3-072 


3°o72 


3*072 


3?o72 





12 


10 


23 50 


3-003 


3.000 


2.998 


2.995 


2.992 


2.989 


2.986 


2.983 


2.979 


2.975 


2.971 


10 


II 50 


20 


40 


2-933 


2.928 


•923 


.918 


.912 


.906 


.899 


• 893 


.886 


.878 


.871 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.864 


.857 


.849 


.841 


.832 


.823 


.814 


.804 


•794 


.782 


.770 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.796 


.786 


•775 


.764 


•753 


-741 


.728 


■ 715 


.701 


.686 


.670 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.727 


•715 


.702 


.688 


.674 


-659 


• 643 


.627 


.609 


•591 


• 571 


50 


10 


13 


23 


2.660 


2.64s 


2.629 


2.613 


2.596 


2.578 


2.559 


Z.540 


2.519 


2.496 


2^473 


I 


II 


10 


22 50 


-593 


.576 


•558 


•539 


•519 


• 498 


•476 


•453 


• 429 


.403 


• 376 


10 


10 50 


20 


40 


.527 


.508 


• 487 


.466 


•443 


•419 


•394 


.368 


•341 


• 311 


.280 


20 


40 


30 


30 


•463 


.441 


.417 


•393 


• 368 


•342 


• 314 


.285 


.254 


.221 


.186 


30 


30 


40 


20 


•399 


•375 


•349 


•323 


.295 


.265 


• 23s 


.202 


.168 


•132 


• 094 


40 


20 


50 


10 


■337 


.310 


.282 


• 253 


.223 


.191 


• 157 


.122 


.084 


2.045 


2.003 


50 


10 


14 


22 


2.276 


2.247 


2.217 


2.185 


2.152 


2. 118 


2.081 


2.043 


2.003 


1.960 


1. 915 


2 


10 


lO 


21 SO 


.216 


.185 


•153 


.119 


.084 


2.046 


2.007 


1.966 


1^923 


• 877 


.828 


10 


9 50 


20 


40 


.158 


■125 


.091 


2.055 


2.017 


1.977 


1^935 


.892 


•845 


.796 


•744 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.102 


.067 


2.031 


1.992 


1.952 


.910 


.866 


.819 


.770 


.718 


• 663 


30 


30 


40 


20 


2.048 


2. on 


1.972 


• 932 


.890 


•845 


.798 


•750 


.697 


.642 


•584 


40 


20 


50 


10 


1.996 


1^957 


.916 


.874 


.S29 


.782 


•733 


.682 


.627 


.569 


.508 


50 


10 


15 o 


21 


1.946 


1.905 


1.862 


1. 818 


1. 771 


1.722 


1. 671 


1. 617 


1^559 


1.499 


1^435 


3 


9 


10 


20 50 


.898 


.855 


.811 


.764 


.716 


.665 


.611 


•555 


• 495 


•432 


• 36S 


10 


8 so 


20 


40 


.852 


.808 


.762 


• 713 


• 663 


.610 


•554 


■495 


.433 


• 368 


.298 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.808 


•763 


•71S 


.665 


.612 


•558 


• 500 


•439 


•375 


•307 


• 235 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.767 


.720 


.671 


.619 


•565 


.508 


•449 


• 386 


• 320 


.250 


.176 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.729 


.680 


.629 


•576 


.520 


.462 


.40: 


• 336 


.268 


.196 


.119 


50 


10 


i6 o 


20 


1-693 


1.643 


1.590 


1^536 


1^479 


1. 419 


1^356 


1.289 


1. 219 


1.145 


1.067 


4 


8 


lO 


19 50 


-659 


.608 


•555 


• 499 


.440 


•379 


•314 


.246 


•174 


• 099 


1.018 


10 


7 50 


20 


40 


.628 


.576 


•521 


.464 


•405 


•342 


.276 


.207 


•133 


.056 


0.974 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.600 


•547 


• 491 


•433 


• 372 


.308 


•241 


.170 


.096 


1.017 


•933 


30 


30 


40 


20 


•575 


.521 


.464 


.405 


•343 


.278 


.210 


.138 


.062 


0.982 


.896 


40 


20 


50 


10 


-553 


• 498 


•440 


.380 


•317 


.251 


.182 


.109 


.032 


.950 


.864 


50 


10 


17 


19 


1-533 


1.478 


1. 419 


'•359 


1.295 


1.228 


1.158 


1.084 


1.006 


0.923 


0.836 


5 


7 


10 


18 SO 


•517 


.461 


.402 


•340 


.276 


.208 


•137 


.062 


0.984 


.900 


.812 


10 


6 so 


20 


40 


•503 


.446 


• 387 


•325 


.260 


.192 


.120 


• 045 


.965 


.881 


.792 


20 


40 


30 


30 


•493 


•435 


•376 


•313 


.248 


.179 


.107 


.031 


.951 


.866 


•777 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.485 


.428 


• 368 


• 305 


• 239 


.170 


.098 


.022 


• 941 


.856 


.766 


40 


20 


50 


10 


.481 


•423 


.363 


.300 


• 234 


• 16S 


.092 


.016 


•935 


.850 


•759 


SO 


10 


18 


18 


l^479 


1. 421 


1. 361 


1.298 


1^232 


i^i63 


1.090 


1. 014 


o^933 


0.847 


0.757 


6 


6 



liv 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 





60.° 








PRECESSION 


IN R 


A. FOR 1880 








60.° 




R.A. for+Decl. 


60° 


61° 


62° 


63° 


64° 


65° 


66° 


67° 


68° 


69° 


70° 


R. A. for— Decl. 




h. m. 


h. m. 
























h. m. 


h, m. 




O 


12 


3?07 


3^07 


3807 


3?07 


3'07 


3?07 


3'07 


3?07 


3?07 


3?07 


3-07 





12 




10 


II 50 


•17 


•17 


.18 


.18 


.19 


.20 


.20 


.21 


.21 


.22 


•23 


10 


II 50 




20 


40 


.27 


.28 


.29 


• 30 


•31 


•32 


•33 


• 33 


•36 


•37 


•39 


20 


40 




30 


30 


■37 


.38 


.40 


.41 


•43 


•44 


.46 


.48 


• SO 


•52 


• 55 


30 


30 




40 


20 


•47 


•49 


• 51 


•53 


•55 


■ 57 


•59 


.62 


.64 


.67 


• 71 


40 


20 




50 


10 


•57 


•59 


.61 


.64 


.66 


.69 


•72 


• 75 


•79 


•83 


3.87 


so 


ID 




I 


II 


3.67 


3^69 


3-72 


3^75 


3^77 


3^8i 


3-85 


3-89 


3^93 


3^97 


4.02 


I 


II 




10 


10 SO 


■77 


.80 


•83 


.86 


3.89 


3^93 


3-97 


4.02 


4.07 


4.12 


• 17 


10 


10 50 




20 


40 


.86 


.89 


393 


3^97 


4.01 


4^05 


4.10 


•J5 


.20 


.26 


•33 


20 


40 




30 


30 


3^96 


3^99 


4^03 


4.07 


.12 


■ 17 


.22 


.28 


•34 


.40 


.48 


30 


30 




40 


20 


4^o5 


4.09 


•13 


.18 


•23 


.28 


•34 


.40 


• 47 


.54 


.62 


40 


20 




50 


10 


.14 


.18 


• 23 


.28 


•34 


■ 39 


.46 


•52 


.60 


.68 


• 77 


50 


10 




2 


10 


4-23 


4.28 


4-33 


4-38 


4.44 


4^5o 


4^57 


4.64 


4^72 


4.81 


4.91 


2 


10 




10 


9 so 


■32 


•37 


■ 42 


.48 


•54 


.61 


.68 


.76 


.85 


4^94 


5.04 


10 


9 SO 




20 


40 


.40 


•45 


■51 


■57 


.64 


■71 


• 79 


.88 


4^97 


5. 07 


.18 


20 


40 




30 


30 


.48 


•54 


.60 


.67 


■74 


.82 


4.90 


4.99 


5.08 


•19 


•31 


30 


30 




40 


20 


.56 


.62 


.69 


.76 


•83 


4.91 


5.00 


5^09 


.20 


■31 


•43 


40 


20 




SO 


10 


.64 


.70 


•77 


.84 


.92 


5.01 


.10 


.20 


•31 


.42 


•55 


50 


10 




3 


9 


4.71 


4.78 


4^85 


4-93 


5.01 


5.10 


5.19 


5.30 


5^41 


5^53 


5^67 


3 


9 




10 


8 50 


■78 


•85 


.92 


5.00 


.09 


.18 


.28 


•39 


•51 


.64 


•78 


10 


8 so 




20 


40 


.84 


• 92 


5^99 


.08 


•17 


.27 


• 37 


.48 


.60 


■74 


.88 


20 


40 




30 


30 


• 91 


5-98 


5.06 


■15 


•25 


■35 


•45 


•57 


.69 


•83 


4-99 


30 


30 




40 


20 


4^97 


5^04 


•13 


.22 


• 32 


.42 


•53 


.65 


•78 


4.92 


6.08 


40 


20 




SO 


10 


5^02 


.10 


.19 


.28 


•38 


■49 


.60 


•73 


.86 


6.01 


•17 


50 


10 




4 


8 


5^o8 


S.xb 


5^25 


5^34 


5^44 


5^55 


5.67 


5. 80 


5^94 


6.09 


6.25 


4 


8 




10 


7 50 


.12 


.21 


•30 


.40 


■ 50 


.61 


•73 


.86 


6.01 


.16 


•33 


10 


7 SO 




20 


40 


•17 


.26 


•35 


•45 


•55 


.67 


•79 


.92 


.07 


•23 


.40 


20 


40 




30 


30 


.21 


•30 


•39 


• 49 


.60 


■72 


.84 


5. 98 


■13 


•29 


.46 


30 


30 




40 


20 


•25 


•34 


•43 


• 54 


•65 


.76 


.89 


6.03 


.18 


•34 


•52 


40 


20 




so 


10 


.28 


•37 


•47 


• 57 


.69 


.80 


•93 


.07 


•23 


•39 


•57 


50 


10 




S 


7 
6 50 


S^3i 


5^40 


5^50 


5. 60 


5^72 


5.84 


5-97 


6.11 


6.27 


6.43 


6.62 


5 


7 
6 so 
40 
30 
20 
10 




10 


•33 


.42 


•S3 


.63 


■ 75 


.87 


6.00 


.14 


•30 


•47 


.66 


10 




20 


40 


•35 


•44 


•55 


.65 


•77 


.89 


•03 


•17 


.33 


•SO 


.69 


20 




30 
40 
50 


30 
20 
10 


•37 
•38 
•38 


.46 
•47 

.48 


•56 
•57 
.58 


• 67 
.68 
.69 


•79 
.80 
.81 


• 91 
•93 
•94 


•05 
.06 
.07 


.19 
.21 
.22 


■35 
■37 
.38 


.52 
•54 

• 55 


•71 
•73 
•74 


30 
40 
50 




6 


6 


5-39 


5. 48 


5^58 


5^69 


5.8i 


5.94 


6.07 


6.22 


6.38 


6.55 


6.74 


6 


6 



Precession Tables 



Iv 



60.° 








PRECESSION 


IN R. 


A. FOR 1880 








60.° 


R. A. for+Decl. 


60° 


61° 


62° 


63° 


64° 


65° 


66° 


e?" 


68° 


69° 


70° 


R. A. for-Decl. 


h, m. 


h. m. 
























h, m. 


h. m. 


12 


24 


3?07 


3?07 


3?07 


3^07 


3?07 


3-07 


3?07 


3-07 


3'07 


3?07 


3?07 





12 


10 


23 50 


2.97 


2.96 


2.96 


2.96 


2.95 


2.94 


2.94 


2.93 


2.93 


2.92 


2.91 


10 


11 50 


20 


40 


.87 


.86 


.85 


.84 


•83 


.82 


.81 


.80 


■78 


•77 


• 75 


20 


40 


30 


30 


•77 


.76 


•74 


•73 


•71 


.70 


.68 


.66 


.64 


.62 


■ 59 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.67 


.65 


•63 


.61 


•59 


•57 


• 55 


•52 


.50 


•47 


.43 


40 


20 


50 


10 


•57 


■SS 


•53 


•SO 


.48 


•45 


.42 


■39 


.35 


• 3J 


■ 27 


50 


10 


13 


23 


2.47 


2-4S 


2.42 


2.39 


2.36 


2^33 


2.29 


2.25 


2.21 


2.17 


2.12 


1 


11 


10 


22 SO 


•38 


•34 


•31 


.28 


.25 


.21 


•17 


2.12 


2.07 


2.02 


1.97 


10 


10 50 


20 


40 


.28 


•25 


.21 


• 17 


•13 


2.09 


2.04 


1.99 


1.94 


1.88 


.81 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.18 


•15 


.11 


2.07 


2.02 


1.97 


1.92 


.86 


.81 


• 74 


.66 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.09 


2.05 


2.01 


1.96 


1.91 


.86 


.80 


•74 


• 67 


.60 


■52 


40 


20 


SO 


10 


2.00 


1.96 


1. 91 


.86 


.80 


• 75 


.68 


.62 


.54 


.46 


•37 


50 


10 


14 


22 


1. 91 


1.86 


1. 81 


1.76 


1.70 


1 .64 


'•57 


1.50 


1.42 


l^33 


1.23 


2 


10 


10 


21 50 


.83 


•77 


.72 


.66 


.60 


•53 


.46 


•38 


■ 29 


.20 


1. 10 


10 


9 SO 


20 


40 


•74 


.69 


•63 


•57 


■ SO 


■43 


•35 


.26 


.17 


1.07 


0.96 


20 


40 


30 


30 


.66 


.60 


•54 


• 47 


.40 


■32 


.24 


•15 


1.06 


0.95 


■83 


30 


30 


40 


20 


• 58 


.52 


•45 


•38 


•31 


■23 


.14 


1.05 


0.94 


•83 


•71 


40 


20 


50 


10 


•SI 


■44 


•37 


•30 


.22 


■13 


1.04 


0.94 


•83 


.72 


•59 


50 


10 


15 


21 


1-43 


1.36 


1.29 


1. 21 


1^I3 


1.04 


0.95 


0.84 


0.73 


0.61 


0.47 


3 


9 


10 


20 50 


.36 


.29 


.22 


.14 


1.05 


0.96 


.86 


•75 


■ 63 


.50 


.36 


10 


8 so 


20 


40 


• 30 


.22 


• 15 


i.o5 


0.97 


.87 


•77 


.66 


■54 


.40 


.26 


20 


40 


30 


30 


•23 


.16 


.08 


0.99 


.89 


■ 79 


.69 


•57 


■45 


•31 


■ IS 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.18 


.10 


1. 01 


.92 


.82 


■ 72 


.61 


• 49 


•36 


.22 


+0.06 


40 


20 


so 


10 


.12 


1.04 


0.95 


.86 


.76 


■65 


•54 


.41 


.28 


• 13 


—0.03 


SO 


10 


16 


20 


1.07 


0.98 


0.89 


0.80 


0.70 


0.59 


0.47 


0.34 


0.20 


+0.05 


— O.ll 


4 


8 


10 


19 50 


1.02 


•93 


.84 


•74 


.64 


•53 


.41 


.28 


•13 


—0.02 


—0.19 


10 


7 SO 


20 


40 


0-97 


.88 


.79 


.69 


.59 


■47 


■35 


.22 


•07 


— O.II 


—0.26 


20 


40 


30 


30 


• 93 


.84 


•75 


•65 


■54 


.42 


■30 


.16 


+0.01 


-0.15 


-0.32 


30 


30 


40 


20 


.90 


.80 


•71 


.60 


•49 


■38 


•25 


.11 


—0.04 


—0.20 


-0.38 


40 


20 


so 


10 


.86 


•77 


• 67 


• 57 


•45 


■34 


.21 


■07 


—0.09 


-0.25 


-0.43 


SO 


10 


17 


19 


0.84 


0.74 


0.64 


0.54 


0.42 


0.30 


0.17 


+ 0.03 


-0.13 


—0.29 


—0.48 


S 


7 


10 


18 50 


.81 


•72 


.61 


•51 


•39 


.27 


.14 


0.00 


—0.16 


-0^33 


—0.52 


10 


6 so 


20 


40 


• 79 


.70 


• 59 


• 49 


■37 


•25 


.11 


—0.03 


—0.19 


—0.36 


-0.55 


20 


40 


30 


30 


• 78 


.68 


• 58 


• 47 


■35 


• 23 


.09 


-0.05 


—0.21 


-0.38 


-0.57 


30 


30 


40 


20 


•77 


.67 


•57 


.46 


• 34 


.21 


.08 


—0.07 


—0.23 


—0.40 


-0.59 


40 


20 


50 


10 


•76 


.66 


.56 


•45 


•33 


.20 


.07 


—0.08 


—0.24 


—0.41 


—0.60 


SO 


10 


18 


18 


0.76 


0.66 


0.56 


0.45 


0^33 


0.20 


0.07 


-0.08 


—0.24 


—0.41 


—0.60 


6 


6 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



^ 



Number 



Double Star 



I 
2 

3 

4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

9 

lO 

II 

12 
13 
14 
15 
i6 

17 
l8 

19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 

27 
28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 

41 

42 
43 
44 
45 
46 

47 
48 

49 
50 
51 

52 
53 
54 
55 



Star Catalogue 



Hu 401 
H 1000 

P"55 

Hui 

H 3239 

KU3 
P 1014 
S 3064 rej. 

H 3240 
S 3063 

H3241 

H1935 

See 2 
S 3065 rej. 
OS(App)256 

H 1936 

H5533 
Hu 
2 13 
Hd 

Espin 113 



I App. II 



(5 



P 



1 114 



Si 
A. G. Clark 
Hu 402 

P483 
Arg. I 
H 1 001 
Espin 

391 

A 430 

0. Stone I 
P484 

H 1938 
24 

H1939 
23 
S5 

H 1940 
2 6 rej. 
P253 

H 1002 

P485 
Hu 503 
Kri 

H5450 
H3351 
H 1003 
H617 
Hd2 
Espin 40 

P254 

Hoi 
27 
28 



DM (22°) 4952 

DM (3°) 4932 
SD (12°) 6613 
0. Arg. S. 23249 
DM (19°) 2 
L 47287 
DM (39°) 3 

W xxiii''. 1234 

DM (56°) I 
Lac. 9732 
SD(IS°)3 
1-47311 

DM (—0°) 5 

SD (12°) 2 
c» Andromedae 

DM (3°) 4 

Cephei 316 

DM (66°) 6 

W xxiii*". 1386 
/3 Cassiopeiae 

DM (22°) 5 

L 47348 

0. Arg. K. 21. 

DM (43°) 7 

DM (66°) 7 
k} Seulptoris 

A. 6. Camb 

W 0". 14 

DM (51°) 9 

W 0*. 19 
DM (10°) 7 

Andromedae 5 1 

34 Piscium 

DM (4°) 9 
DM (57°) IS 
DM (14°) 7 
DM (57°) 22 
DM (49°) 20 
A. G. Hels. 74 



0. Arg. N. 66 
DM (0°) 9 
W 0". 57 
DM (51°) 18 

0. Arg. N. 74 
W O". 75 
DM (55°) 15 
Celt 27 



26 



R. A, 1880 



Decl. 1880 



Qh (jm qS 

19 
26 

37 

1 13 
1 19 
I 24 
I 27 
I 28 
I 28 
I 32 

I 33 

I 39 

I SI 

1 SI 

2 2 

2 4 

2 II 

2 II 

2 19 

2 36 

2 36 

2 38 

2 43 

2 49 

2 SO 

2 SI 

2 57 

3 6 
3 14 
3 26 
3 28 
3 29 
3 35 
3 38 
3 41 
3 49 
3 SI 

3 55 

4 6 
4 8 
4 15 
4 29 
4 30 

38 
40 

51 

51 

4 

6 

9 



4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
S 



5 14 
5 15 

5 21 
5 25 



23° 6' 
I 16 

3 30 

-12 50 

-26 I 

19 49 

31 

39 29 
-19 5 

- 5 13 
56 43 

56 43 
-23 II 
-14 54 

30 43 

61 36 

o 

-12 4 

28 26 

4 7 

79 3 

66 37 

36 33 

58 29 

22 59 

40 II 
58 58 

44 4 
66 29 

-28 39 

26 I 

-14 SI 

SI 22 

74 28 

7 47 

10 45 

45 43 
10 29 

71 51 

4 13 

57 51 
14 44 

58 6 
49 17 
57 10 
35 22 

- 23 20 

57 15 
o 36 

7 17 
SI 24 

59 6 
28 56 
55 18 

- 3 45 



Position 
Angle 



2I5?I 
220 ± 

90.4 
104.0 
336-4 

81.3 

335-9 
351 -I 
319.8 
232.9 

10. 1 
7-9 
174-3 
289.1 
116. 9 
193-8 

75 ± 

68.3 
266.8 

P 
341-5 
122.6 
286.5 
189.2 

64.1 

44-7 
144.8 

84.5 
161. 6 

97-2 
166.7 
106.4 

156.3 
341.0 
272.2 

158.3 

84.1 

162.8 

193-2 
49-9 
30-0 

148.5 
32.1 

189.9 

I3S± 

34-8 

55 ± 

sf 

72.9 
336-5 
237-7 
348.6 
216.6 
292.6 



Distance 



0^70 

4± 

0.44 

1.07 

20 ± 
1. 00 
1.50 

20 ± 

5± 
1.78 

I3± 

i5± 
2.15 
9-49 
103. II 

io± 

28 ± 

3-73 

64.96 

20 ± 

0.81 

6.8 

9-45 

22.63 
0.37 
2.37 

23-35 

I3± 
5-0 
0.78 
3-87 
9-65 
1-95 

I4± 
5-53 

30 ± 
4.91 
8.03 
6± 

22.56 
0.42 

iS± 
0.41 
4.24 
1.70 

8± 

9± 
6± 
6± 
3-27 

20± 
7.41 
1. 00 

1-31 
7-31 



Magnitudes 



9.1.-. 
II .. . 
8.7... 
9.1... 
9 •-- 
9.9... 
7.0... 

7 ••- 
10 . . . 

8.3-.. 
10 . .. 

9 ... 
5-7-.- 
8.6... 
7.0... 

10 . . , 
10 = 
9.1... 
2.0. . . 
9 •• 
6.3.., 
8.5.. 
8.5-. 
2 . . 
9.0.. 

7-5-. 
8.8.. 
9-10.. 
8.7.. 
6.0.. 
8.6.. 
8.0. . 
7-7-- 

10 .. 
8.7-- 

7 -• 
7.5.. 
6.0. . 

lO-II. 

8 .. 
8.3.. 

10 . . 
8.7.. 
8.S.. 
9.2.. 

11 . . 

9 •• 
9 -• 

7-5-- 
8.7.. 
9 •■ 
7-5-- 
8.5., 
8.0.. 
7.2., 



9-5 
II 

9-3 
10. 
II 

9-9 
12.5 
II 
II 
10. z 

lO-II 

10 

12.3 
8-7 
7-1 

lO-II 

10 

.10.3 
.11.2 
.16 
. 6.6 
.11 
.10.0 

• 13-7 

.11.8 

.11.8 

. 8.8 

.10-11 

.11.2 

. 6.2 

.14-3 
. 8.0 
.11.9 
.10 
. 8.8 
.10 
. 8.5 
.10.5 
. .12 

-13 
. 8.5 
-13 
. 9.0 
.11.8 
- 9-5 

-iiK 
.12 
.14 
■ 17 
.11.7 
.10 
.11.5 
. 8.5 
. 8.5 
. 8.8 



Epoch 



1901.82 

1820+ 

1890.82 

1899.73 

1831 + 

1901.99 

1891.70 

1828+ 

1830+ 

1831.50 

1830+ 

1828+ 

1897-73 

1901.82 

1876.32 

1828+ 

1823+ 

1899.73 

1836.38 

1868 

1830.85 

1902 

1828.84 

1889.59 

1901.85 

1878.66 

1901.82 

1828+ 

1902 

1876.79 

1903-57 

1878.79 

1878.66 

1830+ 

1829.47 

1830+ 

1831.85 

1830.32 

1830+ 

1869.92 

1875.95 

1828+ 

1878.17 

1902.51 

1890.76 

1823 + 

1835.86 

1828 + 

1820 + 

1868 

1902.03 

1828+ 

1875-71 
1884.40 

1831.75 
1831.69 



Observer 



Hu3 
H 

/3 3 
Hu3 
H I 

KU2 

? 3 
H I 
H I 

S 3 
H I 
H I 
See I 
/3 2 

^ 3 
H I 
H I 
Hu3 
S 6 
Hd 

S 5 
Es I 
S 2 

P 3 
Hu3 

/S I 
/3 2 
H I 
Es 3 
Cinl 
A 3 
Cin 2 

? 2 

H 

S 3 
H I 

S 3 
2 4 
H I 
Hd I 

^ 5 
H 1 
/S 2 

Hu3 

P I 
H I 
H I 
H I 
H I 
Hd 
Es 2 
H I 
A 4 
Ho 2 
S 3 
S 5 



Notes 



{5«/. L. O. No. 21) 

' 'A very neat double 
star" 



(.4.7.480) 

In O. Arg. 7-8 m. 

Kustner (4. 7*^.3821) 



(See p. 1055) 



" A star 7 m. follows " 
(^.7.480) 



{Mofi. Not. LXIII, 
172) 



(.Bui. L. O. No. 21) 



(Man. Not. LXIII, 3) 



White 

6.0 very white 



{Bid. L. O. No. 27) 



(See p. 1055) 



A andB 
AandC 



Very white 
Yel. wh.: ash 



0^ 







Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 






Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


56 


OS I 


Rad'. 14 


Qh jmjys 


65°28' 


204?4 


1-44 


7.2... 9.9 


1850.25 


OS 6 


Whitt: Hui 


57 


Hi94j 


.... 


5 31 


71 SI 


193-6 


I2± 


lO-II. . .11 


1830 + 


H I 




58 





DM (35°) 21 


5 32 


3S 28 


234.6 


4.61 


9. 5. -.12. 7 


1903.26 


^ 2 




59 


Ha3 


W O". 68 


S 34 


3 32 


I75± 


20 ± 


9-5...I4 


1868 


Hd 


(See p. IOS5) 


60 


HI943 


DM(I9°) 15 


S 37 


19 12 


236.8 


I0± 


9-10. . .11 


1830 + 


H I 


"Neat" 


61 


P255 


1-54 


5 38 


27 45 


99.0 


0.38 


7-5--- 7-8 


1875.76 


A 4 




62 


|3i026 


Ls8 


5 50 


52 57 


329.6 


0.48 


8.1... 8.9 


1888.76 


^ 4 




63 


H1942 


.... 


6 : 


82 33 


339-6 


i8± 


8-9... 13 


1830 + 


H I 


Probably Redkill 7 


64 


Ai 





6 21 


45 45 


74-4 


13.04 


9-0... 9.3 


1875-93 


J 2 




65 


H1005 





6 38 


50 57 


100. 


7± 


11-12 = 11-12 


1828 + 


H 1 




66 


Hd4 


DM (4°) 17 


6 40 


4 43 


s 


i5± 


9.7. ..12 


1868.87 


Hd 




67 


P864 


DM(34°) 12 


6 40 


34 40 


138-6 


1.60 


8.9. ..12.3 


1880.77 


/3 4 




68 


Hd5 





7 : 


4 58: 




20 ± 


.... 


1868.87 


Hd 


"«/ DM (4-) 19" 


69 


H1944 


SD(I7°) 17 


7 7 


-17 51 


346.4 


60 ± 


7-8... 8-9 


1830 + 


H I 




70 


OS 2 


L 123 


7 II 


26 19 


59-9 


0.80 


6.9... 8.3 


1851.42 


OS 5 


A and B \ 
AB and C ) 












226.2 


17.77 


... 9.6 


1851.42 


OS 5 


71 


OS (App) I 


0. Arg. N. 108 


7 22 


75 22 


102.4 


77.07 


6.4... 7.0 


1875.79 


A 3 




72 


H618 


DM(— 0°) 17 


7 22 


- 47 


250 ± 


2± 


10 ...II 


1820 + 


H I 




73 


S9 


0. Arg. W. 112 


7 26 


48 53 


166.0 


20.00 


8.5... 8.5 


1830.92 


S 2 


Whitt 


74 


P998 


L 130 


7 30 


S 55 


114. 9 


1.04 


8.7... 8.7 


1881.86 


^ 3 




75 


.... 


DM (35°) 28 


7 32 


35 31 


318. 1 


20.85 


9.8. ..10.5 


1903.68 


/3 I 


AandB ) 
A and DM (35') 27 ) 












227.3 


177-71 


... 8 


1903.68 


? I 


76 


P1309 




7 33 


62 43 


170. 1 


1.68 


10.4. . .11.7 


1903.64 


/3 5 


AandB ] 












259.0 


9.41 


...12.1 


1903.64 


/3 4 


A and C I 












129.9 


74-01 


... 9 


1903.67 


/3 2 


AandD J 


77 


HU504 


DM (48°) 44 


7 44 


48 39 


260.8 


2.23 


g.o. ..10. 5 


1902.56 


Hu 4 


{.Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


78 


H1945 


.... 


7 46 


— 12 10 


323.0 


i5± 


10 ...II 


i830± 


H I 


"A 9 m stars' j" 


79 


Hd6 


.... 


8 : 


-23 31: 


90 ± 


5± 


10 ...10 


1880.89 


Hd 


A and B ^ 
Aand C) 












200 ± 


I0± 


...12.5 


1880.89 


Hd 


80 


Hn I 


DM (53°) 25 


8 IS 


53 10 


13-3 


2.81 


8.4. . .10.9 


1881.56 


/3 3 




81 


P486 


1,158 


8 17 


- 827 


5-2 


2.81 


6.0. . .12.0 


1878.54 


^ 4 




82 


Sii 


.... 


8 21 


77 21 


192. 1 


7-95 


8.2. . .10.7 


1832.38 


S 2 


i.iyersh 


83 


S 10 


0. Arg. N. 127 


8 23 


62 10 


176.5 


17.68 


7.5... 8.2 


1832.06 


S 3 


White 


84 


Hd7 


wo''. 113 


8 34 


-13 25 


8-3 


7.12 


8 ...12 


1867.87 


Hd I 




85 


Kr3 


A. G. Hels. 143 


8 41 


55 2 


44.1 


3.43 


9 ... 9 


1890.76 


/3 I 




86 


P 1027 


W» O*". 200 


8 44 


20 53 


186.8 


1.54 


7.2. ..10.3 


1888.82 


^ 3 




87 


S 12 


35 Piscium 


8 47 


8 9 


149.9 


11-53 


6.2... 7.8 


1832.67 


2 7 


White 


88 


H1008 


DM (58°) 18 


8 51 


59 8 


125.5 


i5± 


8 ...II 


1828+ 


H I 




89 


Hd8 


DM (7°) 20 


9 12 


7 26 


320.1 


29.00 


9-5...II.S 


1868.86 


Hd I 




go 


Doo I 


.... 


9 23 


49 55 


240.4 


1.20 


II. 0.. .12.0 


1900.72 


Doo I 


Doolittle {Pub. 


91 


HU403 


SD (16°) 38 


9 23 


— 16 17 


58.0 


0.52 


9.0. . .11.2 


1901.90 


Hu 3 


Flower Ohsy. I) 
(.Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


92 


S13 


Cephei^li 


9 25 


76 17 


119. 8 


0.43 


6.6... 7.1 


1836.69 


S 3 




93 


H loog 





9 37 


47 56 


206.0 


I3± 


10 ...10 


1828 + 


H I 




94 


H 1946 


DM (4°) 25 


9 42 


4 57 


55-4 


4± 


II = II 


1830 + 


H I 




95 


S14 


w 0". 134 


9 42 


-12 39 


235-6 


15.19 


8. 3.. .11.0 


1830.89 


S 3 




96 


S15 


W O"". 135 


9 43 


- 6 16 


197.9 


4.70 


7.5--.I0.0 


1831.19 


S 3 


l.iveryyel. 


97 


H loio 




9 55 


59 27 


117. 


i5± 


9-10... 10 


1828 + 


H I 




98 


H loii 




9 59 


56 43 


lOI.I 


7± 


10 ...14 


1828+ 


H I 




99 


H1947 


Kad<. 44 


10 3 


42 58 


81.3 


I0± 


7-8... II 


1830+ 


H I 




100 


HU404 


SD(i5°)36 


10 5 


-IS IS 


240.1 


4.27 


9.0. ..12.8 


1901.90 


Hu 3 


(.Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


1 01 


P487 


wo". 241 


10 j8 


28 38 


265.4 


2.04 


...12.5 


1878.25 


^ 2 


B andC jl S.oyel'sh 
A and B ) AB=2 17 












29-3 


26.33 


8.0. . . 9.2 


1830.05 


S 2 


102 


S16 


DM (53°) 31 


10 19 


54 


38.2 


5. 50 


7-7..- 9.0 


1832.65 


2 5 


Very white 


103 


HU405 


DM (23°) 28 


10 23 


23 54 


272.7 


113 


9.3... 9-5 


1901.85 


Hu 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


104 


OS 4 


L220 


10 28 


35 49 


187.6 


o.SS 


7.4-.. 8.1 


1854.01 


OS 4 




105 


Sig 


L22I 


10 28 


35 58 


133.1 


2-33 


7.0... 9.5 


1836.97 


3 4 


I.OVihite 










« 


1 













Within 121° of the North Pole 



^ 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


io6 


P392 


B. A. C. 46 


Ohiomjjs 


6o°52' 


68?6 


19-38 


6.0. 


. .12.0 


1879.70 


/S 


2 




107 


Hdg 


DM (3°) 28 


10 36 


3 37 


45 ± 


32 ± 


9.2. 




1868.87 


Hd 






108 


H2 


DM (11°) 29 


10 42 


II 52 


i55± 


i5± 


9 - 


. .10 


1820 + 


H 


I 




109 


Ku4 


DM (20°) 18 


10 48 


21 7 


I35-I 


2.45 


9.S- 


. .10.1 


1901.43 


Ku 


2 




no 


S 18 


DM (66°) 14 


10 50 


66 58 


90-3 


1.54 


8.2. 


.. 8.8 


1836.70 


S 


3 


Yel. wh. 


III 


Hu3 


SD(II°)36 


ID 52 


— II 


105.9 


1-55 


9.1. 


.. 9.2 


1899-73 


Hu 


3 


(A. J. 480) 


112 


P776 


DM (49°) 40 


10 53 


49 55 


202.5 


0.90 


8.8. 


.. 9-0 


1881.59 


/S 


3 




113 


Hd 10 


.... 


II : 


3 4: 


234.6 


24.97 


9 ■ 


..lo.s 


1868.87 


Hd 


I 




114 


Weisse i 


w 0''. 264 


II 10 


35 10 


106.4 


5-35 


8.0 


.. 8.2 


1879.61 


Cin 


I 




"S 


220 


L249 


II 10 


15 51 


230.1 


12.23 


8.0 


.. 9-0 


1828.73 


S 


2 




116 


2 22 


38 Piscium 


II 13 


8 12 


237.6 


4-59 


7.0 


.. 8.0 


1836.24 


s 


4 


YeVsh! ■mh. 


117 


S 21 rej. 


DM(l°)34 


II 14 


I 39 




CI. Ill 


9 


•• 9 




s 






118 


S23 


W 0". 164 


II 20 


— 21 


359-7 


12.70 


7.6 


•■ 9-9 


1836.74 


s 


3 


•j.fjyel'sh 


119 


Hd II 


DM (2°) 28 


II 39 


3 5 


294 ± 


40 ± 


9-5 




1868.87 


Hd 






120 


H3 




II 42 


12 23 


80 ± 


I0± 




1=9 


1820 + 


H 




"A third star near " 


121 


A.G.I 


DM (8°) 28 


II 50 


8 50 


211. 7 


12.94 


8.5 


.. 9.0 


1895.04 


Lp 






122 


H619 


.... 


II 56 


32 


I6S± 


I0± 


10 


..II 


1820 + 


H 






123 


Hd 12 




12 : 


3 S: 


P 


5± 


12 


..14.5 


1868.87 


Hd 






124 


Hdi3 


.... 


12 : 


3 5: 




7± 


12 


••15 


1868.87 


Hd 




"i/DM (2') 32" 


125 


Espin 41 


DM (48°) 67 


12 I 


48 51 


217-3 


5-2 


7-5 


.. 9-1 


1901 


Es 




U. N: 3784) 

(See p. 105s) 


126 


P393 


L 291 


12 12 


-21 48 


II. 4 


0.77 


6.0 


.. 8.0 


1879-75 


Cin 




127 


H 1948 


SD(I4'')43 


12 14 


-14 49 


172.8 


I3± 


lO-I 


= I0-IF 


1830 + 


H 






128 


224 


Andromedae 69 


12 16 


25 28 


248.3 


5.20 


7.2 


.. 8.0 


1831.11 


S 




Yel. 


129 


H 1012 




12 16 


58 44 


204.0 


10 ± 


10 


..10+ 


1828 + 


H 






130 


H 1013 


.... 


12 22 


58 43 


330.0 


8± 


lO-I 


. . .11 


1828 + 


H 






131 


025 


26 Andromedae 


12 22 


43 7 


241. 1 


6.13 


6.5 


..10.2 


1847.21 


OS 




6.0 wA. 


132 


H 1014 




12 24 


41 49 


51.4 


I0± 


lO-I 


[. . .11 


1828 + 


H 






133 


H1949 


0. Arg. S. 108 


12 28 


-28 37 


324.6 


90 ± 


7 


• • 7 + 


1830+ 


H 






134 


H 1015 


W 0'^. 300 


12 29 


25 5 


344-0 


4± 


9-10 


. .JO-II 


1820 + 


H 




"Fine" 


135 


S25 


DM (15°) 43 


12 30 


15 20 


192.7 


1.67 


8-5 


.. 8.5 


1831.82 


S 






136 


H1951 


W 0''. 189 


12 41 


-II 37 


215.4 


I6± 


8-9 


••15 


1830+ 


H 






137 


Kr 4 


A. 6. HelB. 201 


12 45 


59 2 


192.4 


1.85 


8.5 


.. 9.0 


1890.76 


/3 






138 


H 1950 




12 49 


74 38 


71-3 


I2± 


lO-I 


[. . .12 


1830 + 


H 






139 


H 620 


DM (30°) 37 


13 10 


30 28 


i8o± 


8± 


9 


. .12 


1820 + 


H 






140 


H 1952 


. . . > 


13 16 


69 13 


101.3 


I4± 


9 


••13 


1830 + 


H 






141 


H 1953 


t Ceti 


13 19 


- 9 30 


14.2 


45 ± 


4 


. .12 


1830 + 


H 






142 


H1954 


.... 


13 25 


—21 36 


146.6 


I2± 


10 


■13 


1830 + 


H 






143 


H 1016 


.... 


13 39 


54 44 


182.2 


6± 


10 


. .11 


1828 + 


H 






144 


S384 


1-335 


13 44 


37 34 


13-2 


45-74 


7 


..12-15 


1824.90 


S 






145 


H 1017 


.... 


13 47 


41 52 


275.2 


6± 


II 


. . .12 


1828 + 


H 






146 


P256 


SD(I4°)48 


13 53 


-14 30 


249.1 


2.31 


10. 


..10.5 


1876.40 


A 






147 


H 1955 


W» 0''. 210 


13 55 


5 38 


0± 


60 ± 


8 




1830 + 


H 




A and BC ) 
B and C ) 












280.5 


2± 


13 


..13-14 


1830 + 


H 




148 


H 1018 


DM (66°) 19 


14 16 


67 


83.9 


I^± 


10 


. . .11 


1828 + 


H 






149 


H 1019 


DM (59°) 37 


14 17 


59 23 


93-2 


3± 


10 


. . .11 


1828 + 


H 






150 


P1015 


1,368 


14 27 


u 39 


120.6 


0.52 


8.4 


... 8.6 


1891.64 


/3 






151 


A. Clark i 


1-372 


14 35 


32 19 


277-7 


o.4± 


7-5 


... 8.0 


1857.70 


Da 






152 


02 6 


Rad'. 71 


14 44 


66 20 


144.0 


0.77 


7.2 


... 8.2 


1849.64 


OS 




A and B ) 
AB and C 5 












114. 8 


13-49 




■•• 9-5 


1849.64 


OS 




153 


P 1093 


L375 


14 44 


10 19 


54-3 


0.39 


7-3 


... 8.2 


1889.65 


/3 






154 


H3359 


• • ■ • 


14 44 


—23 16 


IIO± 


i8± 


10 


. . .10 


1835.86 


H 






155 


H 1956 


. > > ■ 


14 46 


5 46 


25.4 


I5± 


10 


...10 


1830 + 


H 






156 


P777 


DM(-r)32 


14 56 


- 55 


166.7 


4.09 


8.5 


••• 9-5 


1881.73 


/3 


3 




157 


027 


Rad'. 74 


15 4 


65 48 


107.2 


0.46 


7.2 


... 8.0 


1847-32 


OS 


2 


A and B 
AB and C ) 












256.3 


52.44 




... 9.8 


1847.32 


OS 


2 


158 


Hd 14 


DM (7°) 37 


15 12 


7 22 


sf 


30 ± 


9-5 




1868.87 


Hd 


^^_ 





0^ 







Burnham: 


General Catalogue of Double Stars 






Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. I 


88o 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


159 


Hu 505 


DM (48°) 90 


0" 15" 14= 


48''i6' 


I36°2 


if78 


8.5. ..12.8 


1902.71 


Hu 2 


{Bui. L. 0. No. S7) 


160 


H 1020 


W tf^. 366 


15 


16 


26 18 


182.6 


4± 


8-9... 12-13 


1828 + 


H I 




161 


H 1021 




IS 


34 


41 33 


246.7 


4± 


10 . . .11 


1828 + 


H I 


"Neat" 


162 


See 4 


Cord. DM (28°) 98 


15 


36 


-28 54 


249.6 


3-18 


8.5. ..12.2 


1896.76 


See 2 




163 


H1957 


Lac. 55 


15 


48 


-23 40 


17.9 


I2± 


7-8... 10 


1830 + 


H I 




164 


H3429 




15 


51 


-24 40 


i5± 


5± 


7 -•• 9K 


1836.69 


H I 




165 


S27 


42 Piscium 


16 


13 


12 49 


344-0 


31-67 


6.8. ..10.7 


1829.50 


S 3 


6.8 very yel. 


166 


Espin 115 


DM (61°) 50 


16 


18 


61 34 


82.4 


9-9 


8.0. . .10 


1902. 


Es I 


{Mon. Not.,\Xl\l, 


167 


Espin 42 


DM (53°) 54 


16 


18 


53 56 


191.3 


10.36 


8.3. --9-3 


1901.09 


Es 3 


172) 


168 


H 1958 




16 


18 


-15 12 


59 ± 


5± 


II . . .12 


1830 + 


H I 




169 


H 1959 


DM (20°) 34 


16 


23 


21 


287.5 


20± 


9 . . .10 


1830 + 


H I 


S.sm. in DM 


170 


Hu 406 


SD(I7°)43 


16 


26 


-17 47 


277.1 


1. 01 


9.4... 9.5 


1901.90 


Hu 3 


(.Bul.L. 0. No. 21) 


171 


H3362 




16 


45 


-19 41 


73-3 


4± 


7 ...II 


1836.78 


H I 


" Fine double star'' 


172 


H i960 


DM (46°) 67 


16 


48 


46 36 


204. 1 


20 ± 


9 --13 


1830 + 


H I 


8.3 m. in DM 


173 


H 1022 


DM (50'") 60 


16 


49 


51 5 


IS. 5 


3^± 


10 .. .11-12 


1828 + 


H I 




174 


Hd 15 


DM (7°) 43 


16 


54 


7 36 


269.0 


28.46 


9.S---II 


1868.86 


Hd I 




175 


H3431 


SD (5°) 53 


17 


4 


- 5 14 


91.8 


I2± 


9>^---I2 


1836.76 


H I 




176 


H ig6i 


SD (2°) 46 


17 


16 


— 2 I 


97-3 


6± 


10 = 10 


1830 + 


H I 




177 


H 1023 


.... 


17 


23 


60 32 


.332.1 


7± 


II . . .11 


1828 + 


H I 




178 


228 


DM (28°) 56 


17 


36 


28 50 


223. 1 


32.89 


7.9--- 8.1 


1832.43 


S 4 


White 


179 


Hd 16 


DM (2°) 44 


17 


47 


3 6 


289.4 


60.72 


8.5. ..10.5 


1868.87 


Hd I 




180 


Hu 506 


DM (51°) 62 


17 


48 


51 21 


217. 1 


0.19 


6.0... 8.5 


1902.71 


Hu 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


181 


P488 


L465 


17 


52 


- 4 8 


347-9 


3-32 


7-5---IO-5 


1878.40 


/S 4 


(See p. 1055) 
(A. N. 3557) 


182 


Ho 491 


DM (35°) 64 


17 


58 


35 49 


24.4 


0.96 


9-5--. 9-5 


1896.92 


Ho I 


183 


HU4 


SD (13°) 64 


18 


6 


-13 45 


54-9 


0.64 


9.0. . . 9.0 


1899.87 


Hu 2 


M.y. 480) 


184 


B 1024 




18 


7 


61 44 


211. 8 


3± 


10 ...II 


1828 + 


H I 




185 


H 1962 


Reilhill 40 


18 


25 


81 34 


309-4 


12 ± 


9 ...II 


1830 + 


H I 


In Redhill xo m. 


186 


Hd 17 


W O". 290 


18 


32 


- 27 


sp 


I0± 


8 ...12 


1868. 


Hd 




187 


H 1025 


SD(8°)57 


18 


33 


- 8 35 


143-2 


i8± 


9-10. . .10 


1828 + 


H I 


3.9 m. inSD 


188 


H 1965 





18 


43 


77 10 


284.1 


iY.± 


II ...14 


1830 


H I 




i8g 


H621 




18 


50 


17 44 


235 ± 


4± 


II ...12 


1820 + 


H I 




190 


Hn2 


0. Arg. N. 323 


18 


SI 


50 54 


332.1 


2.44 


8.8... 8.8 


1881.58 


/3 3 




191 


229 


W= 0". 445 


18 


S9 


31 50 


167.8 


5.00 


9.0. . . 9.2 


1830.89 


2 3 




192 


H1963 


DM (43°) 74 


18 


59 


43 40 


57-5 


i8± 


9-10... 13 


1830 + 


H I 


" Unless P=5i?s" 


193 


OS 8 nj. 


44 Piscium 


19 


15 


I 16 




i± 


6 ... 9 




OS 




194 


Ho 210 


•W 0". 450 


19 


17 


35 49 


70.1 


0.86 


8.0... 9.7 


1887.33 


Ho 2 




195 


H 1026 




19 


30 


66 7 


193-0 


8± 


II . . .12 


1828 + 


H I 




196 


H 1964 


0. Arg. S. 177 


19 


32 


-19 29 


125.8 


7± 


9-10. . .11 


1830 + 


H I 




197 


OS 9 


L 522 


19 


40 


56 7 


61.4 


1.52 


7.0. . .10.2 


1847-33 


OS 3 




198 


P489 


DM (43°) 80 


19 


40 


43 31 


182.5 


3-32 


8.0. . .12.0 


1878.43 


^ 3 




199 


H622 


DM (33°) 41 


19 


42 


34 8 


3io± 


i8± 


9 = 9 


1820 + 


H I 


" Points to a third 


200 


P778 


DM (51°) 72 


19 


43 


SI 10 


47-9 


I. OS 


9-5--. 9-5 


1881.61 


/3 3 


iSm. nearly" 


201 


Hu 407 


DM (23°) 54 


19 


SO 


23 19 


334-6 


0.92 


8.2. ..12.2 


1901.95 


Hu 3 


iBul. L. 0. No. 21) 


202 


P1156 


DM (63°) 48 


19 


S8 


63 46 


31-9 


0.52 


9.2... 9.3 


1890.74 


/3 3 




203 


Hd 18 





20 




3 11: 


s 


50 ± 


• • > . 


1869.93 


Hd 




204 


Hd 19 


DM (6-) 47 


20 


35 


7 3 


np 


20 ± 


9-5--- 


1868.86 


Hd 


Another faint star sp 


205 


S30 


Cassiopeiae 49 


20 


43 


49 19 


295-9 


21.23 


6.8... 8.7 


1831.21 


S 3 


Wh.: ash 


206 


Sc/tj. I 




20 


45 


- 6 II 


20 ± 


27± 


».?..- 9-5 








207 


HU408 


SD (16°) 71 


20 


SO 


-IS 56 


281.7 


2.02 


9.0. ..10.8 


1901.90 


Hu 3 


i.Bul. L. 0. No. 21) 


208 


P1225 


W= 0''. 496 


20 


55 


20 26 


189-3 


I-IS 


8.1. . .11.8 


1891.85 


/3 3 




209 


Hd 20 




21 


: 


6 30: 


{/■ 


8± 


12 ... 


1868.86 


Hd 




210 


Ha2i 




21 


: 


6 28: 


np 






1868.86 


Hd 




211 


A 431 


SD (8°) 65 


21 


2 


- 8 34 


353-1 


0.19 


8.5... 8.5 


1903-75 


A 3 




212 


OS 10 rej. 


L581 


21 


16 


IS 22 


237.0 


96.34 


5-8... 9.2 


1866.68 


^ 3 


i.^yel. 


213 


Hu 507 


DM (49°) 95 


21 


16 


49 22 


130-3 


1-55 


9.3.-. 9-5 


1902.7s 


Hu 2 


AandB \ 














243.6 


1.47 


... 9-8 


1902.75 


Hu 2 


B and C [- 














183.7 


1.61 


.... 


1902.75 


Hu 2 


Aand C ) 












A 


L 













Within 121° of the North Pole 



^ 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 1880 


Dec!. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observei 


Notes 




214 


H 1966 


SD (10°) 78 


0'' 2I'"24i' 


— 10° 2' 


300?9 


i5"± 


9 • 


•-13 


1830 + 


H 








215 


231 


DM (40°) 93 


21 30 


40 45 


58.1 


5-80 


9.2. 


.. 9.8 


1830.22 


S 








216 


H 1968 


1-593 


21 33 


-17 4 


61.3 


20± 


8 . 


. .10-11 


1830 + 


H 








217 


P779 


LS92 


21 37 


22 55 


263.3 


0.85 


8.5. 


.. 9.0 


1881.67 


/3 








218 


H 1969 





21 44 


-22 59 


45-4 


10± 


12 


= 12 


1830 + 


H 








2ig 


H 1967 





21 46 


73 6 


250± 


4± 


II 


.12 


1830 + 


H 








220 


0. Stone 2 


SD(i7'')62 


21 44 


-17 37 


271. 1 


5-37 


8.5. 


- 9-5 


1877.86 


Cin 








221 


H 1970 


DM(-o°)64 


21 55 


— 42 


336.0 


12± 


10 . 


.16 


1830 + 


H 








222 


H 1972 




21 59 


— 41 


164.3 


i5± 


9-10. 


-15 


1830 + 


H 








223 


H1971 




22 16 


73 19 


i8o± 


4± 


II . 


.11 + 


1830 + 


H 








224 


H3368 





22 18 


-17 51 


251.4 


I5± 


8 . 


.11 


1836.78 


H 








225 


Hu 601 


DM (20°) 47 


22 29 


20 54 


301.8 


0.24 


9.2. 


.10.0 


1901.93 


Hu 








226 


P1157 


DM (63°) 52 


22 30 


63 35 


90.2 


1.66 


8.4. 


.11.3 


1890.74 


P 








227 


Hu 409 


SD (IS°) 74 


22 40 


-15 4 


302.4 


0.65 


8.9. 


• 9-5 


1901.90 


Hu 




(Bu!. L. 0. No. 21) 




228 
229 


H623 
H624 




22 40 
22 53 


2 II 
33 14 


335 ± 
345 ± 


I2± 

8± 


10 . 


.11 


1820+ 
1820+ 


H 
H 




''Close to a neb. of 

3d class" 
H(V)349?8:i2-±: 




230 
231 


A.G. 2 
H1974 


DM (36°) 68 


22 58 

23 I 


36 46 
-18 57 


166.8 


obi. 
I5± 


9.0. 
10 . 


.11 


1830 + 


H 




8.... II. (Seep. 
IOS5) 




232 


H1975 





23 6 


5 50 


292.9 


4± 


12- 


= 12 


18304- 


H 








233 


H1973 


0. Arg. N. 40s 


23 17 


71 52 


44-9 


i6± 


8 . 


.12 


1830 + 


H 




g m. in O. Arg, N. 




234 


Hu 508 


DM (48°) 146 


23 19 


48 35 


349-8 


1.92 


9.0. 


.11.8 


1902.73 


Hu 




{But. L. 0. No. 27) 




235 


H 1976 




23 27 


19 38 


263.5 


I2± 


10 . 


.11-12 


1830 + 


H 








236 


P1094 


1-655 


23 29 


59 19 


244.6 


0.70 


5-7- 


■ 9.5 


1889.53 


P 








237 


A 432 


SD (7°) 64 


23 31 


- 7 30 


284.3 


0.80 


8.8. 


.12.0 


1903-75 


A 








238 


H1977 





23 36 


-23 50 


294.1 


I0± 


lO-II 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 








239 


P1095 


28 Andromedae 


23 47 


29 5 


0.1 


2.42 


5-5-- 


-13-3 


1889.51 


P 








240 


Kr7 


A. G. Hels. 382 


23 48 


59 2 


10.4 


3-50 


9-5-- 


- 9-7 


1890.76 


P 








241 


H 1978 





23 49 


43 29 


217.7 


2^± 


11-12. 


. .12 


1830 + 


H 








242 


H322 


12 Ceti 


23 55 


- 4 37 


i7o± 


8± 


7 .- 


■14 


1820 + 


H 




"Yellow: Mui" 




243 


P394 


L678 


24 16 


46 52 


278.0 


0.83 


8.2.. 


. 8.4 


1876.77 


A 


3 






244 


H 1027 





24 16 


21 29 


169.0 


7± 


9-10. . 


.10 


1828 + 


H 


I 






245 


OS II rej. 


L686 


24 16 


31 29 





.... 


7-8.. 


• 7-8 




OS 








246 


Espin 2 


DM (55°) 93 


24 30 


56 8 


112. 6 


6.30 


8.5.. 


. 9-0 


1892.85 


Es 


2 


(A. N. 3717) 




247 


Pio7 


DM (62°) 93 


24 31 


62 41 


358.8 


4-44 


8.0. . 


. 9-6 


1891.52 


P 


2 






248 


2 32 


49 Piscium 


24 33 


15 22 


107.9 


13-67 


6.8.. 


.10.6 


1831.43 


S 


5 


6.8 white 




249 


S33 


W O"". 592 


24 36 


33 26 


205.5 


2-54 


8.2.. 


- 8.3 


1831.86 


2 


3 


White 




250 


Espin 116 


DM (54°) 87 


24 36 


54 59 


255-9 


7-7 


8.9.. 


. 8.9 


1902. 


Es 


I 


(Mon. Not. LXIII, 




251 


H1979 





24 41 


— 16 24 


72.2 


8± 


10 . . 


.11 


1830 + 


H 


I 


172) 




252 


H 1028 




24 41 


64 19 


148.9 


I2± 


11 = 


= 11 


1828 + 


H 


I 






253 


H 1029 





24 52 


44 16 


269.0 


I0± 


9 -- 


.11 


1828 + 


H 


I 






254 


P1158 


L718 


24 55 


-10 45 


138. 1 


0.26 


8.6.. 


. 8.6 


1890.91 


P 


3 


BandC 
A and BC 5 














86.6 


79-31 


6.9.. 




1890.91 


P 


3 




255 


P 1226 


DM (57°) 97 


24 58 


57 29 


190.8 


0.40 


8.5.. 


.10.5 


1891.58 


P 


3 






256 


S34 


0. Arg. N. 435 


24 59 


77 27 


334-0 


5-83 


8.7.. 


. 8.8 


1832.25 


S 


3 






257 


Hu 509 


DM (48°) 153 


25 


48 24 


56.0 


2.73 


9.0.. 


.10.0 


1902.73 


Hu 


3 


(5k/.Z. O.N0.27) 




258 


H 5451 


B. A. C. 120 


25 3 


32 55 


85 ± 


60 ± 


7 -• 


• 9 


1823 + 


H 


I 


Yellow: blue 




259 


H5452 





25 4 


32 57 





I0± 






1823 + 


H 


I 


Near the last 




260 


OS 12 


\ Cassiopeiae 


25 9 


53 52 


122.9 


0.52 


5-6.. 


- 5-9 


1845.81 


OS 


4 






261 


H 1980 


SD (12°) 84 


25 25 


-II 57 


120.5 


4± 


9 •• 


.11 


1830 + 


H 


I 






262 


OS 13 


1-736 


25 26 


36 18 


133-2 


6.20 


7.8.. 


.10.9 


1850.06 


OS 


4 


A and B ^ 














163.0 


29.06 




.12.5 


1878.87 


P 


2 


A and C j- ^ yel. 














180.9 


41.22 




.10.5 


1866.20 


A 


2 


A and D J 




263 


H 1030 




25 26 


33 3 


176.4 


25 ± 


4-5-- 


• 9 


1828 + 


H 


I 


A and B ) 














359-4 


30 ± 




.14 


1828 + 


H 


I 


A and C J 




264 


S35 


SD (2°) 68 


25 29 


- 2 42 


268.2 


8.69 


9.4.. 


. 9-6 


1830.16 


S 


4 






265 


S386 


DM (27°) 80 


25 38 


27 52 


195-4 


42.28 


10 .. 


.10 


1825.00 


s 


2 







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Burnham: Gen 


?ral Catc 


ilogue 


of Do 


udle Stars 








Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 ^XnglT D'S'^"^ 


Magnitudes 


Epoch Obsenrer 


Notes 


266 


Ho 2 


DM (34°) 72 


o>'25"4i' 


34°58' 


ioo°5 


2 '20 


9-5---I2-S 1 


881.80 Ho 2 


267 f 


1 1227 


DM (57°) 98 


25 41 


57 41 


206.1 


2.82 


7.3.. .11.6 


891.59 ? 3 




268 


H3373 


.... 


25 52 


-19 37 


119. 4 8o± 1 


7.5--. 8 


[836.78 


H I 




269 


Espin 


.... 


26 : 


56 14 


II3-3 


6.36 


8.2... 8.5 


1892.8 


Es 3 




270 


A III 


L7SS 


26 


- 5 49 


212.6 


2-13 


8.5. ..13-0 


1900.71 


A 3 




271 


P780 


DM (36°) 79 


26 


37 5 


144.2 


2.32 


8.5... 9-8 


1881.73 


|3 3 




272 


H 1031 


■ • . ■ 


26 3 


40 55 


112. 5 


3± 


I ...12 


1828 + 


H I 




273 
274 


S37 


wo"". 411 


26 7 


IS 


244.6 


5.62 


9-3--- 9-5 


1830.24 


S 5 




S36 


51 Piscium 


26 12 


6 18 


82.3 


27.42 


S.u... 9-0 


1833.20 


2 3 


Wh.: ash 


276 


H 1982 


52 Piscium 


26 18 


19 38 


309.6 


25 ± 


6.7. ..14 


1830 + 


H I 


1 T^ ^ 


P1310 


DM (22°) 79 


26 21 


22 32 


209.3 
301.0 


3-36 
15-25 


7.3---I3-I 
...12.8 


1903-09 
1903-09 


|3 3 
P 3 


A and 6 1 
A and C - 












145-4 


96-53 


... 9-4 


1902.84 


^ 2 


A and D J 


277 
278 
279 
280 


Hu 510 


DM (51°) 94 


26 25 


51 II 


132.8 


1.64 


8.0. . .10.0 


1902.55 


Hu 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


Ho 211 
OS 14 


W O*". 641 
PO^. 103 


26 28 
26 29 


35 12 
27 37 


15.6 
160.3 


1-35 
8.48 


7.7. ..12.0 
6.7.--IO-7 


1888.92 
1847-45 


Ho 2 
OS 3 


(A. N. 2977) 


A. 6. 3 


DM (29°) 98 


26 35 


29 27 


34-8 


4-38 


9.4. ..10 


1903.80 


M 3 




281 
282 


H1033 
H3442 


Lac. 12 


26 38 
26 40 


62 37 
— 26 2 


220.7 
208.3 


5± 
30 ± 


II ...II 
6J^...io 


1828+ 
1836.69 


H I 
H I 




283 
284 


Ho 3 


•w O". 656 


27 3 


39 27 


121. 2 


0-50 


7. 7. --10 


1885.81 


Ho 2 




Hush 


DM (49°) 126 


27 4 


49 27 


176.6 


4.56 


8.4... 9.0 


1902. 55 


Hu 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


285 


H 1984 


• . > ■ 


27 18 


—26 9 


33.8 


i5± 


9 ...II 


1830+ 


H I 
H I 




286 


H 1032 




27 24 


28 52 


249.2 


i3± 


9 ...II 


1828+ 




287 


H 1983 


0. Aig. H. 487 


27 33 


71 52 


306.7 


35 ± 


8-9... II 


1830+ 


H I 


9 m in 0. Arg. 


288 


H 1985 




27 34 


48 II 


144.5 


I0± 


10=10 


1830 + 


H I 




289 
290 


H1034 
Espin 117 


DM (54°) 106 


27 34 
27 36 


25 35 
55 3 


270.0 

54-4 


3-0 


10 ...II 
9.0. ..II 


1828+ 
1902. 


H I 

Es I 


(Mon. Not. 

LVIII, 172) 


291 


H3377 


Lac. 122 


27 38 


-26 45 


53-5 


iS± 


8 ...10 


1835+ 


H I 




292 
293 


P108 


0. Aig. W. 492 


27 43 


62 15 


358.1 


4.20 


7.6. ..10.7 


1875-83 


A 6 




Hd22 


DM (2°) 67 


27 44 


2 39 








7.8... 


1868.87 


Hd 




294 


A 433 


SD (9°) 109 


27 45 


- 9 33 


28.6 


3-72 


8.9. . .12.2 


1903-75 


A 2 




295 


H1035 


• • • ■ 


27 57 


59 56 


129.5 


3± 


II ...12 


1828+ 


H I 


"Very neat" 


296 
297 


H 1036 




28 8 


42 13 


267. 5 


3± 


ll = ll 


1828 + 


H I 




Espin 3 


DM (55°) 109 


28 17 


55 56 


158.3 


8.70 


8.2... 9.1 


1892.87 


Es 3 


(A. N. iTi7) 


298 


A 2 


w 0''. 459 


28 22 


- S 12 


238.8 
45-4 


0.80 
20.09 


7.1... 7-9 
6.8... 8.5 


1870.48 
1830.24 


A 8 
2 2 


A and B ) (ac= 
AB and C ) ^ 39) 


299 


Hd23 


DM (3°) 66 


28 28 


3 13 


138.2 


22.29 


9.5---I2 


1868.87 


Hd I 




300 


Ed 24 


.... 


28 30: 


3 11: 








.... 


1869.92 


Hd 


No description 


301 


A. G. 4 


DM (25°) 78 


28 35 


25 47 


.... 





8.1... 










302 


S387 


DM (18°) 76 


28 37 


18 14 


232.0 


42.51 


II ...wYz 


1824.83 


S 2 




303 


2 41 


DM (38°) 72 


28 38 


38 30 


188.6 


15.82 


8.3.. .11.5 


1833. II 


2 3 


i.iye!. 


304 


S38 


DM (57°) 106 


28 41 


58 I 


143.8 


16.63 


8.3... 8.7 


1831.80 


S 3 


Very wh. 


305 


S40 


Andromedae 112 


28 44 


36 10 


312.2 


11.56 


6.8... 8.8 


1831.46 


S 3 


Yel.: ash 


306 


H 1987 


. . . • 


28 46 


42 24 


354-4 


i8± 


9-10... 13 


1830+ 


H I 




307 


H 19S8 


.... 


28 51 


-23 45 


204.4 


i5± 


10 ...II 


1830+ 


H I 


"A thiidslarum/" 


308 


P1291 


DM (37°) 94 


28 56 


37 2 


169. 1 


..78 


8.4. ..12.8 


1900.75 


/3 3 




309 


Hn6i 


W» O"". 468 


28 57 


14 13 


225.1 


1. 61 


9.5.--II-2 


1888.77 


Com 3 




310 


A. G.5 


DM (35°) 97 


28 58 


35 56 








9.1... 









311 


Hd25 


■ • • • 


29 : 


2 40: 





12± 


8.8... 9-5 


1868.87 


Hd I 




312 


Hd27 


• * ■ • 


29 : 


3 26: 











1868.87 


Hd 


'•nfDM(3°)69" 


313 


Hd26 


DM (2°) 71 


29 2 


2 26 


/ 


Il± 


9. 5--. 10. 5 


1868.87 


Hd I 




314 


Ho 212 


13 Ceti 


29 4 


- 4 IS 


65-3 


37.12 


6 ...12.5 


1877-78 


P I 


AB and C ) 
AandB 5 












93-4 


o.3i 


.... 


1887.81 


Ho I 


315 


H1037 




29 7 


65 II 


198.7 


i3± 


lo-ii. .11-1 


2 1828+ 


H I 




31C 


1 H 1986 


Rad'. 142, 146 


29 12 


84 5 


52.4 


30 ± 


8 ... 9 


1830+ 


H 1 




315 


r OS 15 


L864 


29 14 


48 22 




obi? 


7.8... 


.... 


OS 





Within 121° of the North Pole 



0^ 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. i38o 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


318 


H625 


DM (31°) 77 


0*29'°I5^ 


3i°36' 


273° 


7"± 


9 - 


--17 


1820 + 


H 


I 




319 


A. 6. 6 


A. G. I«ip. 145 


29 


16 


II II 


.0.2 


58.43 


8.2. 


. .10 


1892.84 


Lp 


I 




320 


H1038 




29 


19 


63 4 


97.0 


i^± 


II . 


..11 + 


182S + 


H 


I 




321 


Hd28 


DM (2°) 73 


29 


27 


2 40 


np 


I2± 


8.9. 


-- 9-5 


1868.87 


Hd 






322 


242 


DM (29°) 105 


29 


38 


29 21 


35-3 


5-32 


7-9 


.. 8.7 


1832.00 


2 


4 


IVAite 


323 


H 1039 


W O*". 480 


29 


45 


- 6 48 


291.8 


I5± 


9 • 


. .12 


1828 + 


H 


I 




324 


P 1096 


0. Aig. N. 534 


29 


46 


57 51 


267.7 


0.22 


9-5 


-- 9-5 


1889.61 


P 


3 


A and B ) 
AB and C 5 














6J.8 


33-38 




.. 8.9 


1889.60 


P 


3 


325 


S43 


0. Arg. N. 539 


29 


59 


59 SI 


165.8 


4-58 


8.5 


.. 90 


1832.47 


2 


3 


U^Aiie 


326 


Espin — 




30 




56 3 


158.5 


8.66 


8 . 


-- 9 


1892.8 


Es 


2 




327 


Hu 410 


DM (21°) 71 


30 


15 


21 22 


321.0 


3-31 


9-0 


. .11.0 


1901.94 


Hu 


3 


( J«/. L. 0, No. 21) 


328 


H 1989 


DM (72°) 35 


30 


23 


72 14 


49-3 


20 ± 


8 


..12-13 


1830 + 


H 


I 


A and B ) 6.7 m. 
„ ^^ [ in DM 
BandC ) 














348. 5 


8± 




..14 


1830 + 


H 


I 


329 


WV. 17 


TT Andromedae 


30 


28 


33 4 


175-4 


35-95 


4/^ 


- 9 


1821.88 


Sh 


2 




330 


P 1097 


Rad'. 159 


30 


30 


57 21 


71.6 


0.76 


8.4 


.. 8.4 


1889.60 


/3 


4 




331 


H3379 


1-937 


30 


47 


-28 5 


229.1 


8± 


9 


. .12 


1835-87 


H 


I 




332 


P230 


W 0''. 764 


30 


59 


26 39 


324-1 


3-91 


8.4 


.. 9.0 


1891.70 


/S 


3 




333 


Hd 29 


.... 


31 




I 26: 


325 ± 


25 ± 


7.8 


.. 9.2 


1881.04 


Hd 






334 


Hu 512 


DM (48°) 185 


31 


II 


48 35 


170.9 


0.92 


9.2 


- 9-5 


1902.58 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


335 


P395 


B. A. C. 160 


31 


12 


—25 26 


104.7 


0.65 


6.1 


-. 6.3 


1886.85 


LM 


2 




336 


Hu 411 


DM (21°) 75 


31 


18 


22 I 


98.8 


0.67 


8-5 


.. 8.5 


1901.94 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


337 


H 1040 




31 


37 


65 7 


356.4 


2± 


II-I5 


.. .11-12 


1828 + 


H 


I 


"Delicate" 


338 


Hd3o 


DM (2°) 81 


31 


41 


2 21 


41.0 


6.26 


9-5 


..10.5 


1869.91 


Hd 


I 




339 


Ho 305 


•w 0". 783 


31 


41 


24 31 


192.2 


5-40 


8 


. .11 


1889.96 


Ho 


2 




340 


S44 


w= 0". 788 


31 


56 


40 20 


258.8 


7.86 


8-3 


.. 9.0 


1829.82 


2 


3 


Yel'sh 


341 


Hd3i 


DM(-0°)7S 


31 


56 


— I 10 


306.8 


30.48 


7-6 


..II. 5 


1901.79 


|8 


2 




342 


Lamont i 




32 


* 


61 14: 


357-0 
42.2 
23-4 


69.87 
8.09 






1836.0 
1836.0 
1836.0 


Lam I 
Lam I 
Lam I 


A and B ^ 
B and C V 
A and C ; 


343 


H 1990 


• • • • 


32 


I 


—22 10 


344-0 


i5± 


10 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 






344 


Hd32 


DM (2°) 83 


32 


3 


2 25 


nf 


4± 


9 


.- 9K 


1868.87 


Hd 






345 


0S(App)5 


Rad'. 167 


32 


4 


76 13 


144.2 


115.50 


6.2 


.. 8.0 


1875.23 


A 


3 




346 


S45 


Cassiopeiae 63 


32 


7 


46 18 


82.9 


8.79 


7-0 


. .10.0 


1829.45 


2 


2 




347 


P1159 


DM (39°) 148 


32 


28 


40 I 


41-7 


0.23 


9-7 


.. 9-9 


1890.68 


P 


3 




348 


Hn5i3 


DM (50°) 118 


32 


29 


50 48 


201.9 


1-31 


9-0 


.. 9-8 


1902.55 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


349 


02 16 


B. A. C. 165 


32 


32 


48 42 


25.6 


14.76 


6-3 


..10.8 


1845.92 


02 


2 


d.oyel. 


350 


H 1042 




32 


39 


59 22 


57-5 


9± 


10 


..II 


1828 + 


H 


I 




351 


H1043 




32 


44 


60 24 


172.0 


7± 


II 


. .11 


1828 -f 


H 


I 


"In a cluster of 8tb 
class'* 


352 


Pi3ii 


DM (60°) 78 


32 


45 


61 2 


340.1 


8.59 


8-5 


.-13.3 


1903.81 


/3 


4 




353 


H 1991 


L 1004 


32 


SI 


-25 46 


93-3 


40 ± 


8 


. .10 


1830 + 


H 


I 


^^ Fine orange : con- 
trasted blue" 


354 


P491 


S Andromedae 


32 


54 


30 12 


299-3 


27.86 


3 


..12.S 


1878.40 


P 


3 




355 


H1992 


0. Arg. S. 326 


32 


57 


-26 IS 


246.8 


40 ± 


7-8 


-■ 9 


1830-f 


H 


I 


B is 0. Arg. N. 325 


356 


Hu5 


SD (13°) 109 


33 


3 


-13 12 


133-0 


4.12 


9.0 


.. 90 


1899.58 


Hu 


I 


M.7.480) 


357 


OS 17 


L 1003 


33 


8 


36 8 


161. 3 


8.35 


7-5 


. .10.7 


1846.97 


02 


3 


7, 5 white 


358 


H3380 


.... 


33 


35 


-17 23 


96.2 


30 ± 


1% 


-13 


1836.78 


H 


I 




359 


P257 


L 1019 


33 


37 


46 36 


236.6 


0.48 


7-9 


.. 9.0 


1876.04 


A 


4 




360 


246 


55 Piscium 


33 


37 


20 47 


192-7 


6.37 


5-0 


.. 8.2 


1830.27 


2 


3 


Veryyel,: very blue 


361 


H1993 


a. Cassiofeiae 


33 


42 


55 53 


272.4 


17-56 


3 


--14.5 


1889.60 


/3 


3 


A and B 1 














108.7 


40.07 




-.13-5 


1878. II 


/3 


2 


A and C |- 














278.8 


90 ± 




..(14) 


1830 + 


H 


I 


A and D 3 


362 


H1044 


DM (42°) 139 


33 


44 


43 3 


324 -5 


20 ± 


9 


. . 9-10 


1828 + 


H 


I 




363 


247 


Andromedae 125 


33 


59 


23 24 


204.7 


16.51 


6.7 


.. 8.6 


1832.44 


2 


4 


A and B J 

A and CT' ""*''' 














227.7 


41-3 




..10.5 





2 




364 


P109 


Ceti 91 


34 


27 


— 17 10 


355-7 


91. II 


7-0 




1876.94 


A 


I 


A and B ) 
Band C 5 














164.0 


11.02 


10.7 


..11.2 


1876.66 


A 


3 


365 


.... 


DM (51°) 127 


34 


35 


52 


73-5 


20.06 


8.8 


... 9.0 


1903.80 


P 


2 





n 






Burnham: General Ca 


talogue of L 


louble Sta 


rs 










Numbe 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observei 


Notes 






366 


H323 


B. A. C. 174 


oh 34m 35s 


- 5° I' 


285° ± 


60" ± 


t%... 8.5 


1820 + 


H 








367 


A 434 


A. G. Berlia B 204 


34 39 


24 18 


29.0 


0.79 


9.3... 9.4 


1903.76 


A 3 








368 


S49 


L1073 


34 42 


- 7 53 


321.5 


4.49 


6.5. . .10.0 


1830.92 


2 3 


d.^yel. wh. 






369 


H 1045 




35 5 


62 56 


155-5 


3± 


II . . .11 


1828 + 


H 








370 


Ku6 


DM (13°) 91 


35 6 


13 59 


228.6 


1.89 


9.8. . .10.0 


1901.48 


Ku 2 


Kustner (3821) 






371 


Hu 514 


DM (48°) 208 


35 7 


49 3 


174-0 


3-46 


9.0. . .10.0 


1902.58 


Hu 3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 






372 


S48 


0. Arg. K. 619 


35 10 


70 43 


332-4 


5-49 


7.L.... 7-2 


1836.69 


S 2 


Very white 






373 


HU515 


DM (48°) 209 


35 16 


48 58 


97.6 


1. 18 


8.7. ..II. 5 


1902.58 


Hu 3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 






374 


OS 18 


L II18 


36 12 


3 31 


93-6 


1.40 


7-4--- 9-5 


1845.70 


OS 2 








375 


2 50 rej. 


0. Arg. N. 635 


36 12 


76 33 


75-9 


i5± 


9 ...II 


1830 + 


H I 


FromH(V). 8...ii,S 






376 


H5 




36 20 


10 4 


290 ± 


2S± 


10 ...II 


1820 + 


H I 


(See p. 1056) 






377 


A 435 


SD (6°) 119 


36 20 


— 6 22 


224.9 


0.51 


9-3--- 9-8 


1903.73 


A 1 








378 


H 1046 




36 25 


61 8 


63.8 


i5± 


9-10. ..II 


1828 + 


H I 








379 


H 1994 




36 40 


73 3 


267.5 


6± 


10 ...12 


1830 + 


H I 








380 


H 1047 




36 41 


63 32 


69.4 


5± 


II ...12 


1828 + 


H I 








381 


H199S 





36 48 


-10 35 


145-4 


3o± 


8 ...II 


1830 + 


H I 


"Neat." 7.0m. in 






382 


Eu 412 


SD(l6°) 120 


36 57 


— 16 42 


351-8 


0.40 


9.0. . .12.0 


1901.94 


Hu 2 


SD 

{Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 






383 


S51 


DM (16°) 70 


37 16 


16 42 


131-5 


4.16 


8.0... 9.5 


1830.88 


2 3 


Very -wh.: ashy 






384 


2 53 rej. 


Lam. 126 


37 18 


- I 32 




CI. IV 


8-9. . .10 












385 


OS 19 


L1143 


37 21 


36 54 


II7-3 


9.57 


7.8. ..10.7 


1847.22 


OS 3 


l.iyel. 






385 


254 


DM (32°) 121 


37 22 


32 54 


195-7 


17.49 


9.0. . .10.2 


1830.30 


S 2 








387 


H 1996 


DM (51°) 139 


37 28 


51 58 








1830 + 


H I 








388 


252 


DM (45°) 187 


37 31 


45 35 


25.8 


1.42 


8.0. . . 9.0 


1831.40 


S 3 


8.0 y el's A 






389 


H3389 




37 37 


— 19 12 


74-7 


28 ± 


9 -.- 9>^ 


1836.78 


H I 








390 


H 1048 




37 44 


- 8 18 


275.0 


8± 


II ...12 


1828 + 


H I 








391 


9 N. 122 


21 Cassiopeiae 


37 44 


74 20 


^/ 


CI. VI 




1798.76 


IS 








392 


2 55 


L 1 164 


37 55 


32 58 


322.9 


2.10 


8.0. ..8.8 


1831.47 


2 3 


IVhiie 






393 


2 56 rej. 




37 58: 


32 54= 




III-IV 


8-9. . .9-10 




S 








394 


H 1049 




38 I 


50 6 


298 ± 


I2± 


10 . . .11-12 


1828 + 


H I 








395 


P23I 


Cassiopeiae 


38 2 


47 38 


303.9 


32.81 


5.5.--I2.0 


1876.31 


A I 








396 


H 1050 




38 6 


44 23 


187.0 


8± 


10 . . . 11-12 


1828 + 


H I 








397 


A. G. 7 


A. G. I*ip. 193 


38 8 


II 56 


316.7 


21.01 


9.1. . .11 


1892.84 


Lp I 








398 


H 1051 




38 II 


24 3 


275.0 


iK± 


10 ...14 


1828 + 


H I 








399 


Hn 3 


DM (52°) 158 


38 24 


52 54 


54-5 


2.65 


8.5... 8.6 


1881.57 


|8 3 








400 


H6 




38 26 


II 59 


3i5± 


i5± 


9-10. . .11 


1820 + 


H I 








401 


P492 


B. A. C. 201 


38 27 


54 34 


152.6 


1 .90 


6 ...12 


1878.73 


j3 2 








402 


P865 


DM (42°) 161 


38 52 


42 45 


197.4 


1. 21 


8.5. ..9.0 


1880.78 


^ 4 








403 


Arg. 2 


0. Arg. N. 694 


38 59 


54 20 




CI. IV 


8-9... 












404 


H626 


DM (30°) no 


39 


31 I 


330 ± 


20± 


9 ...14 


1820 + 


H I 








405 


P493 


DM (50°) 137 


39 4 


50 27 


51-4 


0.85 


90. ..9.0 


1878.67 


/3 2 








406 


2 58 rej. 


DM (9°) 84, 85 


39 6 


9 39 




CI. IV 


8 ... 9 




S 


(See p. 1056) 
Place from Pos. Med. 






407 
408 


Hd33 


DM(-o°) 112 


39 6 


— 50 






9.3--- 


1868.88 


Hd 


"Very wide" 








39 14 


II 55 


i35± 


I0± 


9 . . .10 


1820 + 


H I 


"In field with H 6" 






409 


H 1052 




39 18 


64 37 


290.0 


9± 


10-11..10-11 


1828 + 


H I 








410 


H 3394 




39 28 


-20 38 


86.3 


i8± 


10 ...10;^ 


1836.78 


H I 








411 


H627 




39 29 


35 46 


165 ± 


8± 


II ...12 


1820 + 


H 1 








412 


2 57 rej. 




39 38 


71 58 


195 -I 


6± 


10 ...11 


1830 + 


H I 








413 


Muller I 


0. Arg. S. 397 


39 42 


-17 5 


193-0 


2.48 


7-5...I0.5 


1887.01 


LM I 








414 


P866 


DM (42°) I65 


39 43 


42 45 


68.2 


1.26 


9-2... 9.2 


1880.78 


^ 4 
2 5 








415 


S I, App. I 


P o"". 175-6 


39 58 


30 17 


55.4 


46.42 


6.7... 6.7 


1834.83 


White 






416 
417 


Ho 492 

5v. 82 


DM (41°) 130 
DM (50°) 141 


40 28 
40 38 


41 i8 
50 27 


iiS-4 
82.2 


2.70 
43-43 


8.5. ..10.5 


1897.81 
1783.05 


Ho I 
W I 


U. iV. 35S7) 

(See p. 1056) 






418 
419 


Hu 413 
Hu 801 


DM (22°) 121 
SD(I4°) 133 


40 40 
40 42 


22 36 
-14 25 


242.7 
138.4 


0.83 
2.53 


8.0. . . 9.2 
8.0. ..13.0 


1901.90 
1901.97 


Hu 3 
Hu I 


(Bui. L. 0, No. 2i) 






420 


P494 


L 1266 


40 53 


- I 54 


168.5 


1.38 


8.1... 8.1 


1878.20 


/S 2 
Bow I 






- 


421 


Bowyer i 




41 : 


32 34: 


12.9 


0-53 


.... 


1897.81 







Within 121" of the North Pole 



Qi' 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


422 


S 59 


P 0''. 181 


o''4l" 


11= 


SO°47' 


145-0 


2fl9 


7.Z 


.. 8.1 


1832.33 


S 4 


Very white 


423 


H1997 




41 


12 


74 59 


46.7 


I2± 


10 . 


..10+ 


1830 + 


H I 




424 


OS (App) 8 


W O"". 693 


41 


25 


12 14 


125. 1 


44-84 


8.1 


.. 8.4 


1874.73 


^ 3 


(See p. ro57) 


425 


Ho 306 


DM (24°) 118 


4> 


42 


24 54 


164.6 


1.08 


8.5. 


.. 8.8 


1893.80 


Ho I 


<,A. N. 3^33) 


426 


2 60 


■<\ Cassiopeiae 


41 


43 


57 II 


92.1 


9-39 


4.0 


.. 7.6 


1836.70 


S 4 


Yel.: Purple 


427 


H igg8 




41 


49 


- I 41 


339-4 


I5± 


10 . 


. .12 


1830 + 


H 




428 


Hd34 




42 


: 


2 31: 


P 


3± 


II . 


..II. 5 


1866.93 


Hd 


"Hazy star'' 


429 


Innes 261 


Lac. 219 


42 


5 


—30 


60 ± 


o.5± 


7.8 


.. 8.1 




I 




430 


H8 




42 


20 


12 2 


5o± 


5-6 


12 . 


-•13 


1820 + 


H 


"A third larger star/" 


431 


P495 


L 1308 


42 


25 


18 2 


230.9 


0.58 


7-5 


-• 7-5 


187S.70 


P I 




43a 


Hd35 


W O*". 715 


42 


28 


- 2 25 


37-4 


7-04 


8 


. .11 


1867.89 


Hd I 




433 


H1054 


0. Aig. N. 779 


42 


31 


60 6 


176.0 


5± 


9 


•-13 


1828 + 


H I 




434 


H 1053 




42 


32 


60 31 


170.0 


I2± 


lO-I] 


. . .11 


1828 + 


H 1 




435 


Hd36 


0. Arg. S. 439 


43 


10 


—21 48 


16.6 


21 


7 




1868.82 


Hd I 




436 


P301 


L1350 


43 


21 


-22 3 


318.8 


0.90 


8-3 


..14 


1891.79 


/3 3 


A and B ) 

A and C ) 














300.7 


11.23 




-- 9-4 


1891.78 


/3 3 


437 


02 (App) 9 


W O*". 1081 


43 


21 


29 48 


234 -5 


91-76 


7-0 


-- 7-7 


1875.12 


^ 3 




438 


P 1 160 


B. A. C. 230 


43 


24 


-14 13 


113. 1 


I. 19 


5-8 


. .12.0 


1890.69 


(3 3 




439 


2 61 


65 Piscium 


43 


26 


27 3 


299.0 


4-45 


6.0 


.. 6.0 


1832.13 


S 4 


YeFsh 


440 


P232 


0. Aig. K. 794 


43 


38 


49 59 


288.4 


0.48 


8.0 


.. 8.5 


1876.23 


A 6 


AandB J 
AB and C ) 














292.8 


28.70 




. .10.2 


1875-99 


A 3 


441 


A 436 


A. G. Bei. B 252 


43 


39 


24 49 


27.2 


0.35 


9-5 


.. 9-7 


1903-73 


A I 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


442 


H1999 




43 


45 


69 30 


i5± 


20 ± 


9-10 


..10 


1830 + 


H I 




443 


2 62 


W O*". 1090 


43 


45 


35 9 


302. 5 


II. 41 


8.5 


.. 9.2 


1832.44 


S 3 




444 


2 63 


w 0". 734 


43 


56 


II II 


195.2 


11.42 


8.2 


. .11.2 


1832.41 


S 4 


Yel. 


445 


P781 


1-1337 


44 


2 


68 20 


31.2 


1.04 


8.1 


.. 8.6 


1881.51 


^ 3 




446 


Ho 4 


DM (33°) 118 


44 


10 


33 18 


202.0 


1.48 


9 


-■ 9 


1882.83 


Ho 2 




447 


264 


DM (40°) 175 


44 


32 


40 33 


271.9 


3-57 


9-2 


-- 9-7 


1830.77 


S 3 




448 


2 65 


0. Arg. N. 810 


45 


8 


68 13 


3S-I 


2-99 


8.0 


.. 8.0 


1832.44 


S 3 


Very wk. 


449 


HU516 


DM (48°) 258 


45 


12 


48 15 


no. 2 


1.30 


9.0 


. .10.0 


1902.56 


Hu 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No, 27) 


450 


H105S 





45 


14 


64 8 


336.8 


8± 


10 


. .11 


1828 + 


H I 




451 


Hu 414 


DM (22°) 138 


45 


16 


22 59 


118.5 


I-S3 


9.0 


..12.5 


1901.90 


Hu 3 


(Bul.L. C No. zi) 


452 


P496 


L 1416 


45 


18 


12 8 


2.4 


5-12 


7 


--13 


1878.74 


/3 2 




453 


H628 


wo"". 1 137 


45 


25 


33 14 


65 ± 


3S± 


7 


..16 


1820 + 


H I 




454 


2 68 


W Ol". 777 


45 


46 


- 8 49 


296.0 


7.48 


8.0 


. .10.0 


1830.24 


S 3 




455 


Pi 


0. Arg. W. 819 


45 


SO 


55 58 


81.0 

133-3 
192.9 

333-1 


1.42 

3-70 

8.82 

15.84 


8.1 


. .10.1 
.. 8.9 
.- 9-5_ 
..i2.s" 


1875-34 
1875-34 
1875-34 
1889.5s 


A 4 
A 4 
A 4 
|3 3 


A and B \ 
A and C { 
A and D X 
A and E ) 


456 


2 67 


L1432 


45 


52 


9 57 


13-0 


1.58 


8.3 


.. 9-0 


1830.91 


S 3 


White 


457 


2 66 rej. 


wo''. 1 146 


45 


54 


35 23 




CI. IV 


8 


. .11 




S 


(See p. 1057) 


458 


P497 


B. A. C. 239 


45 


55 


60 28 


171. 6 


121.20 


6.0 


.. 9-0 


1878.66 


/S I 


A and B ) 
B and C 5 














150.9 


0.9 




. .11-12 


1877.59 


/? I 


459 


Wiesse 2 


WO*. II48 


45 


56 


25 8 




— 


8 










460 


A. G. 8 


A. G. Chris. 160 


45 


59 


67 56 


215.2 


17-84 


9-1 


.. 9-1 


1891.82 


/3 2 




461 


H 2000 


.... 


46 


6 


-15 30 


116. 9 


I2± 


10 


. .11 


1830 + 


H I 




462 


Hu 201 


SD (14°) 152 


46 


7 


-13 S3 


129.2 


0.59 


8.9 


-■ 9-5 


1900.88 


Hu 3 


(^./-494) 


463 


0. Stone 3 


L 1458 


46 


20 


—23 16 


271.9 


2.39 


7.0 


.. 8.0 


1877.84 


Cin 5 




464 


p498 


L1459 


46 


33 


9 9 


156.2 


2.53 


8.0 


. .12.0 


1878.26 


/3 2 




465 


A. 6. 9 


A. G. Chris. 163 


46 


41 


68 24 


71-3 


6.57 


9.1 


.. 9-2 


1891.82 


;3 2 




466 


P734 


Ceti \yz. 


46 


47 


—24 40 


348-9 


10.74 


6.0 


. .11.0 


1879.68 


/3 3 




467 


270 


DM (51°) 179 


46 


52 


52 2 


244.0 


7-92 


7-0 


. .10.0 


1832.34 


S 4 


7.0 wh. 


468 


271 




47 


7 


4 21 


341-2 


8.76 


8.5 


.. 9-8 


1830.96 


S 3 




469 


Hg 


DM (11°) 112 


47 


9 


II 19 


100 ± 


iS± 


9 


... 9^ 


1820 + 


H I 


"Nearly equal" 


470 


Ha37 


W O"". 802. 


47 


17 


2 39 


325-7 


1.32 


9 




1866.92 


Hd I 




471 


0. Stone 4 


Lao. 241 


47 


19 


—25 26 


II. 8 


5-33 


6.7 


... 8.3 


1877.80 


Cin 3 





0" 







Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 








Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


472 


Hd38 




o"" 47"30:= 


- I°I9:' 


300° ± 


3S"± 


9. 5-. -10 


1881.04 


Hd 




"j/*DM(-i-)ii6" 


473 


Espin 118 


DM (63°) in 


47 42 


63 43 


241-3 


2.6 


8.6... 8.7 


1902. 


Es 


2 


(Men. Not. LXIII, 


474 


S69 


RedhiU 118 


47 51 


83 2 


359.8 


21.44 


8.5... 9.7 


1832.23 


S 


2 


172). (Seep. 1057) 


475 


P 1098 


u' Cassiopeiae 


47 S3 


S8 19 


75-2 


12.79 


6 ...13.S 


1889.60 


/3 


3 




476 


272 


DM (38°) 140 


47 59 


38 31 


182.3 


24-33 


8.0. . . 9.0 


1831.76 


S 


2 


Yefsh 


477 


Hu 802 


DM (48°) 288 


48 4 


48 45 


212.3 


0.26 


7.2... 7.8 


1902.77 


Hu 


I 




478 


H3407 


L 1522 


48 7 


-25 42 


126.2 


i5± 


10 = 10 


1835-9 


H 






479 


OS 20 


66 Piscium 


48 14 


18 32 


72.8 


0.62 


5.9... 7.0 


1847-33 


02 


4 




480 


S 74 


DM (8°) 126 


48 31 


8 47 


301.9 


3-04 


8.0. . . 9.0 


1830.84 


S 


3 


White 


481 


H 1056 




48 3' 


61 12 


133. 1 


9± 


10 ...12 


1828 + 


H 






482 


273 


36 Andromedae 


48 32 


22 59 


320.5 


0-94 


6.2... 6.8 


1836.90 


S 


3 


Golden 


483 


A 437 


A. G. Camb. 543 


48 39 


27 31 


26.8 


2.48 


9.1... 9.3 


1903.73 


A 


2 


{Bui. L. 0. No 50) 


484 


S75 


DM (12°) 109 


48 49 


12 54 


275.3 


4.82 


8.6. ..10.6 


1831.88 


S 


5 




485 


P500 


1-1539 


48 53 


30 1 


289.0 


1.04 


8.1... 8.1 


1878.36 


/3 


2 




486 


H62g 


W» O"". 1224 


48 59 


33 54 


7o± 


8± 


8 ...11-12 


1820 + 


H 


I 




487 


P233 


0. Arg. S. 505 


49 9 


-18 6 


268.6 


1.42 


8.6... 9.4 


1876.77 


A 


4 




488 


P1028 


7 Cassiopeiae 


49 28 


60 4 


255-9 


2.18 


2.3.. .11.0 


1888.69 


/3 


6 


A and B 5 
A and C ) 












348.2 


52.15 


...13 


1879.68 


P 


4 


489 


P1099 


B. A. C. 255 


49 34 


59 43 


270.2 


0.15 


6.1... 6.8 


1889.57 


P 


3 




490 


Howe I 


0. Arg. S. 509 


49 52 


-17 I 


106.6 


1-83 


8.0. . . 9.0 


1878.75 


Cin 


2 




491 


Espin 44 


DM (56°) 156 


49 54 


56 SI 


243.0 


S± 


8.0. . .10.0 


I90I 


Es 




M. AT. 3784) 


492 


Hd39 


DM( — 1°) 119 


49 59 


- I 3 


» 


iS± 


9 ... 


1868.87 


Hd 




Hd 40 is near ; no 


493 


Espin — 





50 : 


57 IS 


116. 3 


4.86 


9.6... 9.8 


1892.80 


Es 


2 


description 


494 






50 : 


30 


253 -S 


16.3s 


7.5... 8.0 


1899.88 


Doo 


2 




495 


Arg. 3 


0. Arg. N. 901 


50 3 


59 41 


.... 


30 ± 


8-9... 


.... 








496 


H 2001 




50 3 


—22 42 


44.3 


IS± 


lO-II. . .11 


1830 + 


H 


I 




497 


H1057 


11. Andromedae 


50 6 


37 SI 


314-4 


37.27 


4 ---13 


1878.67 


P 


3 


A and B ) 
A and C 5 












116.9 


38.37 


...II. 5 


1878.67 


P 


3 


498 


Ho 307 


DM (31°) 147 


50 9 


31 33 


84.6 


1-75 


9-5--- 9-7 


1891.07 


Ho 


2 


(4.Af.3=33) 


499 


276 


DM (9°) 108 


50 19 


10 I 


198. 1 


2.72 


8.8. ..II. 5 


1830.54 


S 


3 


YeTsh ^S«P.lo57) 


500 


Hn4 


DM (53°) 184 


SO 34 


S3 45 


125.0 


0.97 


8.5... 9.0 


1881.58 


P 


3 




501 


H 2002 




50 36 


— 16 52 


108.6 


7± 


II.. .11 


1830 + 


H 


I 




502 


H 1058 





SI 3 


49 34 


279.8 


7± 


10-11 = 10-11 


1828 + 


H 


I 




503 


H2003 





SI 21 


53 46 


3-1 


I2± 


10. ..10 


1830 + 


H 


I 




504 


S77 




SI .37 


26 16 


299.2 


10.07 


9.1... 9.1 


1832.63 


S 


4 




505 


H 2004 


0. Arg. S. 531 


51 42 


-19 39 


241.0 


3± 


8 ...II 


1830 + 


H 






506 


Knott I 


DM (81°) 25 


SI 43 


81 14 


62.3 


13.79 


Var ... 1 1 . 2 


1881.32 


/3 


4 


A and B ) 
AandC) 












322.7 


21.22 


...12.2 


1881.32 


P 


4 


507 


Wn I 


w 0''. 881 


SI 46 


8 38 


130.2 


5. 32 


9 ... 9-2 


1863.86 


Wn 


2 




508 


P302 


P O"". 245 


SI 55 


20 45 


92. s 


0-75 


6.7... 8.1 


1876.27 


A 


4 




509 


Hd4i 





52 : 


4 IS: 


np 


S± 


9.S---I0-S 


1868.95 


Hd 






510 


H 1060 


.... 


52 


44 16 


297.0 


8± 


10 ...II 


1828 + 


H 




" Points to a star 


5" 


H2005 


DM (4°) 144 


52 4 


S 


160.8 


20 ± 


10 ...II 


1830 + 


H 




7-8 m." 


512 


H 1059 





52 9 


65 I 


185.8 


10± 


10 ...10 


1828 + 


H 


I 




513 


S390 


L 1662 


52 II 


— 16 20 


212.9 


7.78 


9 ...10 


1824.90 


S 


2 




514 


A. G. 10 


DM (23°) 135 


52 17 


24 2 


112. 


4-59 


9.0... 9.8 


1901.86 


Hu 


2 




515 


H 1061 





52 29 


66 38 


99.4 


I2± 


10. . .11 


1828-f 


H 


I 




516 


A 438 


SD (8°) 174 


52 43 


- 8 24 


39.0 


0.77 


9-2... 9-5 


1903.72 


A 


2 


{Bui. L. 0. No. so) 


517 


H 1062 




52 52 


48 36 


113. 


7± 


10. ..12 


1828 + 


H 


I 




518 


S78 


W 0^. 894 


52 53 


4 44 


245 -S 


5.26 


9.0... 9-5 


1831.40 


S 


4 




519 


2 80 


po"". 251 


S3 15 


8 


300.1 


18.26 


7-8... 8.2 


1833.68 


2 


6 


Yel.: blue 


520 


2 79 


Andromedae 164 


S3 IS 


44 4 


192.4 


7.62 


6.0... 7.0 


1832.45 


2 


3 


Veryiiih,: very Hue 


521 


H2006 




S3 16 


75 9 


178.0 


i8± 


10 ...10 


1830 + 


H 


I 




522 


H 2007 




S3 17 


-25 36 


196.7 


25 ± 


9 ...12 


i83o-f 


H 


I 




523 


H630 


.... 


S3 43 


30 18 


25 ± 


3± 


II ...II 


1820+ 


H 


I 




524 


Mai 


DM (46°) 229 


S3 44 


46 40 


45.1 


0.97 


.... 


1845.68 


Ma 


2 





10 



Within 121" of the North Pole 



01' 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A.I 


S80 


Decl. i88a 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


525 


H 1063 


.... 


Ohjgn 


53= 


6l°49' 


279?4 


3"± 


lO-II 


.11-12 


1828 + 


H 


I 




526 


S 81 rej. 


8D(2°) 136 


S3 


56 


— 2 40 


• * • . 


CI. IV 


7-8. 


.11 




2 




From Caf. Nov. 


527 


P867 


1,1719 


53 


56 


II 17 


174.8 


0.96 


8.1. 


. 8.6 


1880.21 


/3 


3 




528 


2 82 


1-1737 


54 


26 


8 so 


303.8 


1.74 


8.3. 


• 9-3 


1830.43 


S 


3 




529 


H200S 


.... 


54 


29 


53 I 


69.0 


2>^± 


13= 


= 13 


1830 + 


H 






530 


Espin 45 


DM (48°) 320 


54 


32 


48 S4 


242.0 


7-9 


6.2. 


.10.0 


1901 


Es 




7.0 in DM 

(.4.Af. 3784) 


531 


P234 


0. Alg. S. 563 


54 


36 


-17 43 


330.8 


4-65 


8.2. 


. 8.5 


1875.84 


A 


3 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 














132.4 


60.28 


. 


. 8.0 


1876.30 


A 


2 


532 


H 2009 


.... 


54 


34 


-13 35 


349-7 


I2± 


II 


.12 


1830+ 


H 


1 




533 


A. G. II 


A. G. Lelp. 263 


54 


44 


II 45 


4.0 


52.21 


8.7. 


. 9.0 


1892.84 


Lp 


I 




534 


A. G. 12 


DM {23°) 139 


55 


24 


23 9 


243-4 


4-48 


9.1. 




1902.80 


M 


3 




535 


Hn 202 


SD (11°) 188 


55 


36 


-10 52 


240.0 


2.17 


8.5. . 


-13-5 


1900.81 


Hu 


3 


(^.7.494) 


536 


A. G. 13 


SD (6°) 190 


55 


38 


- 6 37 


148.4 


2.46 


8.7. 


.10.0 


1903-73 


A 


I 




537 


P 1161 


L 1766 


55 


53 


51 9 


324.2 


0.48 


6.9. 


- 7-7 


1890.71 


P 


3 




538 


H 2010 


0. Arg. N. I0I2 


55 


54 


47 3 


271.6 


10± 


9 - 


.10 


1830 + 


H 


I 




539 


Ho 493 


H79I 


56 


4 


27 6 


21.4 


33-38 


6.5- 


.12.5 


1893-79 


Ho 


1 




540 


Hn6a 


SD(9°)20S 


56 


5 


- 9 30 


291.0 


1-25 


10. 0. 


.10.0 


1888.79 


Com 4 




541 


02 21 


DM (46°) 243 


56 


7 


46 44 


177-1 


0.58 


6.9. 


. 8.2 


1847.84 


OS 


4 




542 


H 1064 


39 Andromedae 


56 


10 


40 42 


4.8 


i6± 


6 . 


-15 


1828 + 


H 


I 


" Delicate " 


543 


P396 


B. A. C. 282 


56 


14 


60 26 


66.4 


1.24 


6.1. 


• 9-2 


1877.10 


A 


4 




544 


H3411 




56 


16 


-30 38 


2.1 


i5± 


9y2. 


.12 


1834 + 


H 


1 




545 


2 83 rej. 


DM (49°) 275 


56 


30 


49 40 


3II.I 


ii± 


9 - 


.11 


1828 + 


H 


1 




546 


H 20I2 





56 


30 


— 10 42 


171.6 


5± 


10 


.11 


1830 + 


H 


1 




547 


See 10 


Cord. DM (22°) 358 


56 


33 


—22 IS 


323-0 


4-94 


8 . 


.10.3 


1897-63 


See 


1 


(See p. 1057) 


548 


Ho 494 


DM (26°) 170 


56 


39 


26 38 


94-5 


11.66 


8 . 


-13 


1893.82 


Ho 


I 


(A. N. 3557) 


549 


HU517 


DM (49°) 277 


56 


44 


49 47 


13-8 


0.52 


7.8. 


. 8.2 


1902.57 


Hu 


3 


(.Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


550 


Ho 495 


DM (26°) 171 


56 


52 


26 26 


251.6 


II. 91 


8 .. 


.12 


1893-81 


Ho 


1 


U. N. 3557) 


551 


Ho 213 


DM (34°) 171 


57 


21 


34 49 


195-6 


0.25± 


7 . 


. 7 


1887.37 


Ho 


2 


(See p. 1057) 


552 


Ens 


DM (27°) 167 


57 


31 


27 8 


179.0 


2.99 


8.6.. 


.11.5 


1881.67 


P 


3 


I^Pub. Washburn 
Obsy. I) 


553 


284 


26 CeH 


57 


38 


43 


252.0 


16.05 


6.6.. 


. 9.0 


1832.94 


S 


4 


Wh.: blue 


554 


Ha 518 


DM (49°) 281 


57 


48 


49 52 


334-6 


0.71 


9.0.. 


.10.5 


1902.66 


Hu 


4 


AandB \ 














124.9 


0.48 


10. 0.. 


.10.0 


1902.70 


Hu 


3 


CandD 














25-3 


150-95 






1902.67 


Hu 


I 


ABandCD J 


555 


A 204 


SD (2°) 148 


58 


19 


- 2 42 


54-2 


0-95 


9.2.. 


. 9-6 


1901.97 


A 


3 




556 


2 85 rej. 


SD (6°) 200 


58 


20 


- 5 57 


IS9-S 


28.71 


8.2.. 


.10.2 


1902.67 


/3 


3 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 














"7-3 


33-90 




.10.8 


1902.67 


/3 


3 


557 


H631 


W tf". 1444 


58 


32 


27 20 


20 ± 


20 ± 


9 •■ 


.12 


1820+ 


H 


I 




558 


H1065 


.... 


58 


32 


27 28 


161.4 


i8± 


9 •• 


.11 


1828 + 


H 


I 




559 


H 1067 


DM (2S°) 164 


58 


40 


25 35 


238.3 


I5± 


10: 


= 10 


1828 + 


H 


I 




560 


2 86 


L188S 


58 


43 


- 6 7 


171. 


12.12 


8.0. . 


. 8.7 


1832.22 


2 


3 




561 


H1068 


72 Piscium 


58 


44 


14 18 


265.6 


30 ± 


5-6.. 


.18 


1828 + 


H 


I 




562 


P735 


Lac. 296 


58 


53 


-34 10 


218.3 


8.64 


7.0.. 


• ii.S 


1879.68 


/S 


2 




563 


H 10 


DM (12°) 131 


58 


54 


12 II 


3io± 


3± 


8 .. 


.10 


1820 + 


H 




A and B ) 
A and C ) 














50 ± 


7-8 ± 




• 9 


1820 + 


H 




564 


H 20JI 


.... 


59 


: 


84 7 


322.7 


I5± 


9 .- 


.11 


1830 + 


H 






565 


Hd42 


.... 


59 


: 


I 4: 


255 ± 


5± 


9.5-- 


.10.8 


1881.04 


Hd 






566 


Hioee 


0. Arg. N. 1080 


59 


I 


62 2 


302.2 


6± 


9 - 


.14 


1828 + 


H 






567 


A. G. 14 


DM (20°) IS4 


59 


7 


20 29 


210.5 


0-93 


8.8.. 


. 9.2 


1901.92 


Hu 


2 




568 


287 


W 0^. 1012 


59 


9 


14 45 


193.0 


6.56 


8.0.. 


. 8.5 


1829.85 


2 


3 


YeVsh 


569 


H 2013 




59 


10 


44 8 


256.0 


20 ± 


9-10.. 


-J3 


1830 + 


H 






570 


2 88 


tj/' Piscium 


59 


15 


20 so 


160.3 


29.90 


4-9.. 


. 5-0 


1832. II 


2 


4 




571 


Ho 5 


DM (32°) 191 


59 


18 


32 21 


3io± 


o.4± 


8 .. 


. 8 


1885.93 


Ho 


2 




572 


P1228 


DM (12°) 133 


59 


30 


12 41 


268.0 


0.82 


8.3.. 


. 8.9 


1891.59 


/3 


3 




573 


S393 


(r» Piscium 


59 


35 


31 32 


285.5 


48.13 


6 .. 


• 9-S 


1780.9 


W 


1 


A and B 1 
A and C ) 














234-4 


138-41 


.. 


.10 


1879.27 


(3 


2 


574 


290 


77 Piscium 


59 


37 


4 16 


82.7 


32-84 


S-9-- 


.6.8 


1833-30 


2 


5 


White 



11 



Qh—lh 



Bitrnham : General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number Double Star 



606 
607 

eo8 

6og 
610 
611 

6l2 

613 
614 



H 1069 

9 IV. 66 

H 2014 
2 89 rej. 

H632 
OS (App ) i: 

Doo 2 

H 2016 
P501 

02 22 

Ho 308 
H217 
P397 

A 439 
H 1070 
Lamont 2 
2 91 
H 1071 

H3419 
P 1292 
A. Clark 13 

Hd43 
P502 
H 2019 

H 202O 

02515 

? IV. 16 
Hu — 
P 868 
HU519 
Barnard i 



Star Catalogue 



Ho 214 
H633 
A. 6. 15 
0223 

H 2021 

Innes 262 
P303 
H 1072 

P235 



615 Hu 602 

616 Doo 3 

617 I p 2 



Cassioptiae 106 
0. Arg. S. 620 
0. Arg. N. 1090 

W^O". 1484 



L 1958 
L 1955 

w^ 0''. 1493 

SD (13°) 201 
I- 1943 

SD (6°) 207 



Ceti 160 

DM (49°) 302 

DM (3°) 161 
L 1980 

DM (1°) 213 

W 0''. 1077 



Andromedae 
31 Cassiopeiae 
DM (48°) 347 
0. Arg. If. 1 156 
DM (51') 238 
j3 Andromedae 



1/2057 
Schj. 379 
DM (39°) 271 
L 2016 

0. Arg. S. 655 
PisHum 201 
SD (8°) 201 
L 2042 



DM (33°) 182 
DM (50°) 230 
VPt. 16 



R. A. 1880 



Decl. 1880 



-59" 46= 
59 59 
I 

13 

20 

25 

33 
38 
40 
46 
47 
53 
54 




o 

o 


o 









I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 

2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 



56 
56 
± 
2 
16 
30 

35 
59 

2 

13 
18 
18 
32 
32 
45 
54 
54 




3 29 



3 32 

3 44 

I 3 46 



69°22' 

52 51 

-26 57 
79 42 

-07 

38 o 

61 2 

o 6 



4 
46 36 
68 8 
48 45 
51 24 
51 14 
34 59 



37 29 

- 3 32 
39 32 
SI 6 

-19 16 
-30 16 

23 9 

- 8 27 
50 22 



33 36 
51 2 
29 14 



Position 
Angle 



- 5 


17 


10 


55 


33 


21 


-13 


41 


46 


12 


5 58 


6i 


32 


59 56: 1 


2 


22 


49 


46 


26 


39 


346 1 


44 


34 


I 


12 


IS 


9 


52 


17 



330? I 

76.8 
124.3 

135 ± 

157-9 

342.4 

3-0 

29,9 
195.0 
260.2 

78.1 
142. 1 

63.8 

173-3 
85.0 

358.5 
328.8 
124.4 

325 ± 
24.2 

75.1 
353-5 

306.6 

232.5 
49. u 

309.9 

141. 4 
233-8 
137-5 
186. 1 
268.9 
140.7 
304. S 
87.3 
207.7 
217.5 

293-7 
246.3 
I40± 
250.2 
192.9 

168.9 

283.7 
0.9 

74.0 

76.6 

45-0 
287.9 

66.3 
203.0 
350.8 
155-7 



Distance 



12" ± 
24.03 

15 ± 

III-IV 

2± 

62.96 

0,60 

20 ± 

2.55 

8-75 
16.92 
io± 

8.75 
16.63 

1.77 

3± 
26. 12 

3-86 

I2± 

8± 
0.30 
0.34 
i5± 

3-49 

s± 

0-53 

25 ± 
2.82 

9.37 

0.35 

28.39 

84.92 

90.76 

126.01 

157.66 

210. 

225. 

304.7 
2.85 

I0± 

2.61 

14.65 

0.76 
0.59 

20 ± 
0.48 
8.50 
7.80 

43.79 
60.65 

4.12 

1.08 

2.07 



Magnitudes 



lO-II. . 10-11 



8-9. 

8-9. 

II . 

7.7- 

9-5- 
9-10. 
8.0. 
7.2. 
8.2. 

10 . , 
7.6., 

9.0.. 

11 . . 

6.7.. 

9-10. . 

11 = 

8.5.. 

8.2.. 

9.5-- 
8. 1.. 

12-13. 

10 . . 
4.9.. 

8.4.. 
8.0. . 

9.5.. 
2 .. 



9 .. 
9.0.. 
7.5.. 

8.1. . 
7.1.. 
9 .. 
7.0.. 
10.2. . 

7.0. 
7.0. 
9.0. 
9.3. 
9.3- 



. .11 

•- 9 
. .12 
.. 8.2 
..10.5 
. .10 
..II. 7 
. .10.2 

•13 

.10+ 
. 9.8 
.13 
.14.2 
.12 

• 7.5 
.11-12 
= 11 
. 9.0 
. 8.3 
.(12) 

.11.5 

-13 
.11 
. 6.5 

•13.5 
. 9-8 

• 9-5 
-14 
.12.5 
,11.7 
,10.9 

II. 
II. 
II. 
10.2 
12 
10 

9.1 
8.0 

• 9.1 

• 7-3 
.10 

. 7.4 
.12.0 
.11.2 
.10.5 
. 8.9 
.10.2 
.10.8 
.10.5 



Epoch 



1828 + 

1783.05 

1830 + 

1820 + 

1875.79 

1900.64 

1830 + 

1878.49 

1847.48 

189I.IO 

1820 + 

1876.64 

1891.70 

1903-72 

1828 + 

1836.0 

1831.89 

1828-4- 

1835.9 

1901.39 

1876.82 

1830-I- 

1868.92 

1878.29 

1830 + 

1830 + 

1851.51 

1902.79 
1880.68 
1902.59 
1898.05 
1879.19 
1879.19 

1879-54 

1879.19 

1878.82 

1878.82 

1879.29 

1887.36 

1820 + 

1902.54 

1847.58 

1830 + 

1900.84 

1876.3s 

1828 + 

1875.65 

1878.65 

1847.91 

1868.75 

1847.91 

1902.79 

1900.61 

1875.71 



Observer 



H 

Ul I 
H 
S 
H 

A 4 
Doo 1 
H 

|3 2 
OS 3 
Ho I 
H 



Notes 



A 2 
H 
Lam 1 

2 3 

H 

H 



-^ 5 

H 

Hd 

^ 2 

H 
H 

OS 4 
St 

Hu 1 
Bar. 4 
Hu 2 
Bar. 5 
/3 2 



Ho 

H 

/3 

OS 

H 

I 

H 

A 

OS 
A 

OS 
Hu 
Doo 3 
^ 3 



12 



"Elegant" 



7.0 white 

M.A^. 3233) 

(See p. 1057) 

A and B ) 
A and C 5 

(Bui. L. O. No. so) 



Yel^sh: white 



A and B 
AB and C 
"Triple" 



'Neat" 



(See No. 12829) 

{Bui. L. O. No. 27) 

A and B"l 

A and C 

A and D 

A and E 

A and F 

A andG 

A andH 

A and I . 

(A. AT. 2977) 

(See p. 1057) 



A and a 


B and b 


C and c 


A and B 


A and C. 



{Pub, Flower 

Obsy. I) 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



V' 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 1 


B8a 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


6i8 


H 2023 


SD (20°) 210 


jh jii 


51 = 


-20?52' 


34-5 


2"± 


10 . 


.11 


1830 + 


H 






619 


p 1 162 


DM (35°) 215 


3 


52 


35 18 


140.3 


0-34 


9.2. 


- 9-4 


1890.68 


^ 


3 




620 


294 


DM (15°) 170 


3 


56 


IS 57 


273-1 


19.07 


8.7. 


. 8.7 


1829.31 


2 


2 




621 


(H') 




4 


± 


48 37: 


127.9 


8.7± 


7-8. 


.11 


1831.78 


H 


I 




622 


A 440 


SD (7°) 187 


4 


8 


- 7 26 


263.7 


0.62 


8.9. 


.11.5 


1903.73 


A 


I 


{.Bill. L. 0, No. so) 


623 


S95 


SD(S°) 200 


4 


24 


- s 36 


310.9 


14-05 


8.5. 


- 9-7 


1829.87 


2 


3 




624 


Ho 215 


45 Andromedae 


4 


26 


37 5 


259.1 


Elong. 


6 . 


. 6 


1889.96 


Ho 


I 




625 


Kr 10 


A. G. Hels. 998 


4 


31 


60 33 


280.9 


3-35 


9-5- 


.10.5 


1890.77 


^ 


I 




626 


H634 


pi''. 4 


4 


36 


8 55 


295 ± 


30 ± 


6 . 


-13-14 


1820 + 


H 






627 


H 2022 




4 


46 


70 58 


160.4 


8± 


10 . 


.10+ 


1830-f 


H 






628 


HU413 


SD (17°) 206 


4 


46 


-17 48 


5.6 


2.05 


8.5. 


.10.3 


1901 .90 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


629 


Sg6 


PO". 312 


4 


51 


64 22 


280.9 


1.27 


7.8. 


. 8.8 


1831.91 


2 


3 


7,8 wA. 


630 


P398 


0. Arg. N. 1200 


4 


52 


47 10 


50.5 


1.85 


9.0. 


- 9-1 


1877.02 


A 


3 




631 


Doo — 


DM (50°) 230 


4 


54 


51 8 


350.1 


I.I 


9 - 


.11 




Doo 






632 


Hii 


.... 


5 




12 13: 


273 ± 


5± 


II . 


.12 


1820 + 


H 






633 


P236 


DM (46°) 285 


5 


6 


46 21 


114.3 


5-19 


8.3. 


. 8.8 


1875.81 


A 


4 




634 


H 2024 




5 


6 


47 22 


115. 1 


4± 


10 


= 10 


1830 + 


H 




"Very neat" 


635 


S97 


DM (50°) 236 


5 


10 


SO 53 


98.6 


4-54 


8.5. 


. 8.7 


1833-42 


2 


3 


Very wh. 


636 


H2025 


.... 


5 


22 


52 32 


57.2 


8± 


9-10. 


. 9-10 


1830 + 


H 




" Bad measure " 


637 


P258 


L 2II0 


5 


33 


61 4 


260.4 


0.79 


6.2. 


. 9-0 


1875.20 


A 


4 




638 


H 2026 


DM (4°) 204 


5 


42 


4 IS 


303-3 


I0± 


10 . 


-15 


1830 + 


H 




"Difficult" 


639 


H635 




5 


59 


27 47 


i35± 


I2± 


10 . 


.10+ 


1820 + 


H 




"Points to a third 


640 


Skinner i 


SD (14°) 228 


6 


8 


— 14 16 


251.6 


9.01 


9.0. 




1900.82 


Boe 


2 


star, T2ni." 


641 


298 


B. A. C. 357 


6 


14 


31 26 


247-9 


19-34 


7.0. 


. 8.0 


1832.70 


2 


3 


White 


642 


H 2027 


.... 


6 


21 


43 48 


161. 4 


i8± 


9-10. 


. 9-10 


1830 + 


H 






643 


02 27 rej. 


35 CeH 


6 


21 


I SO 




I. 


6-7- 


- 9 




02 






644 


0226 


■L2\6,1 


6 


23 


29 26 


257.2 


10.84 


6.Z. 


.10.0 


1849.51 


OS 


4 


&. 2 yellow 


645 


H 1074 









62 32 


347-0 


8± 


10. 


.11 


1828 + 


H 






646 


P 1 100 


1-2155 




9 


60 18 


43-6 


0.48 


7-4- 


- 7-4 


1889.54 


/3 


3 




647 


299 


<t> Piscium 




14 


23 57 


227. s 


7-98 


4-7- 


.10.1 


1832.06 


2 


4 


Very yel,; blue 


648 


P 1029 


f Piscium 




27 


6 56 


248.7 
63-7 


0-93 
23.46 


4.2. 


.11.0 
- S-3 


1888.71 
1832.83 


2 


5 
5 


B andC ) 

AB=S 100 
AandB) 


649 


H 2028 


Had'. 376 




36 


73 23 


206.4 


40 ± 


8-9. 


- 9 


1830 


H 






650 


H636 


W I*". 100 




43 


29 54 


290 ± 


i8± 


8 . 


•13 


1820 + 


H 






651 


H12 






50: 


12 18: 


22s ± 


I0± 


10 . 


.11 


1820-f 


H 






652 


0228 


Had'. 378 




53 


80 13 


324-4 


0.53 


7.0. 


. 8.5 


1847.57 


02 


3 


A and B ) 
A and C J 














206.4 


130.92 




- 7 


1875-53 


A 


4 


653 


2 loi 


L 2204 




54 


- 8 15 


339-3 


21-33 


7-5. 


.9.8 


1832.22 


2 


3 


T.iyel. 


654 


H 2029 


.... 




59 


19 34 


168.6 


iS± 


9-10. 


. 9-10 


1830 + 


H 






655 


2 3, App. I 


37 Ceti 


8 


21 


- 8 34 


331-4 


50.12 


5.1. 


■ 7-0 


1836.00 


2 


4 


i.\yeVsh 


656 


Hu 803 


DM (33°) 193 


8 


23 


33 38 


161. 5 


0.48 


8.5. 


■ 9-5 


1902.75 


Hu 


I 




657 


Ho 6 


W'l". 119 


8 


37 


37 51 


III. 3 


1.29 


8.0. 


.11 


1881.84 


Ho 


2 




658 


H 2030 




8 


49 


S3 7 


194-2 


25 ± 


9 - 


. 9-10 


1830+ 


H 




A and C ^ 
AandB) 














62.5 


I2± 




-15 


1830 + 


H 




659 


H1075 


DM (67°) 96 


8 


59 


67 32 


103-5 


8± 


lO-II 


. .11 


1828-f 


H 




Double in A. G. 


660 


Howe 2 


0. Arg. S. 714 


9 


34 


-23 33 


141. 


14.70 


8.2. 


.10.0 


1877.85 


Cin 


3 




661 


H 2031 


.... 


9 


34 


43 49 


259-0 


I2± 


9-10. 


-14 


1830 + 


H 






662 


P3 


DM (55°) 277 


9 


39 


55 52 


28.0 


4-37 


7.8. 


.10.2 


1875.48 


A 


4 




663 


H 1076 


■w'l". 118 


9 


SO 


13 6 


165.9 


4± 


9 - 


-17 


1828 + 


H 




A and B ,.„ , , 
"difficult" 
AandC 














258.0 


25 ± 




.14 


1828 + 


H 




664 


Hd 44 




10 


: 


-IS 6: 


n 


S± 




■ ■ 


1868.79 


Hd 






665 


2 104 


L 2269 


10 


8 


37 SO 


322.5 


13.09 


8.0. 


.10.0 


1830.34 


2 


2 


8.0 yel. white 


667 
668 


2 106 


W I*-. 124 


10 


14 


- 7 47 


308.6 


4-63 


8.6. 


. 8.7 


1831.61 


2 


4 




Espin iig 


DM (53°) 271 


10 


18 


54 19 


115,1 


5-1 


8.2. 


.10.5 


1902. 


Es 


I 


(Man. Net. LXIII, 
172) 


669 


2 103 


SD (2°) 192 


10 


33 


— 2 10 


247.8 


5-00 


7.7- 


.10.8 


1829.88 


2 


4 


7.7 white 


670 


Hu 520 


DM (48°) 391 


I 10 


38 


49 7 


162.3 


0.16 


8.2. 


. 8.4 


1902.71 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 



13 



1^ 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 





Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 




671 


H 2033 




jh iom39S 


48''26' 


48?9 


8"± 


lO-II 


.-.13 


1830 + 


H 


"In field with 2 


102" 




672 


S 102 


L2283 


10 40 


48 23 


309.1 


0.57 


7.0. 


.. 8.2 


1833-43 


S 4 


A and B 
















225.7 


10.22 


. 


.. 8.4 


1833-89 


S 8 


AB=.odC U2--J 














66.9 


29.89 


c 


..10.8 


1832.4s 


S 3 


ABandD 






673 


H1077 


VPl''. 171 


10 42 


44 


293.1 


2S± 


8 . 


. .10 


1828 + 


H 


ISee p. 1058) 






674 


H 2032 




10 46 


70 41 


143-3 


I0± 


II . 


.11 + 


1830 + 


H 








675 


S 105 





10 53 


65 32 


186.2 


2.86 


8.5. 


- 9-7 


1832.25 


S 3 


8.5 white 






676 


P503 


L2307 


10 54 


9 58 


136.7 


S-44 


8.0. 


.12.0 


1878.38 


^ 3 








677 


Hd45 


DM (1°) 241 


10 59 


I 23 


/ 


20 ± 


8 . 


.10 


1868.92 


Hd 








678 


2 107 


DM (20°) 192 


II 


20 27 


67.9 


20.79 


8.3- 


.10.0 


1830.78 


S 3 








679 


P504 


L2318 


II 9 


I 12 


277-3 


1.40 


7-5- 


.12.0 


1878.35 


? 2 








680 


H 2034 




II 13 


-19 34 


116. 4 


8± 


II 


= 11 


1830 + 


H 








681 


Howe 3 


0. Arg. S. 730 


II 18 


-23 52 


286.8 


7-74 


8.0. 


- 9-2 


1878.86 


Cin 3 








682 


2 no 


W I''. 154 


II 46 


-12 58 


356.8 


7-32 


8.0. 


. 8.5 


1830.89 


S 3 


Very wk. 






683 


S III 


SD (5°) 226 


u 55 


- 4 58 


329-7 


20.71 


8.3- 


.10.2 


1829.88 


S 3 








684 


Kr II 


A. 6. Hels. 1 117 


II 56 


60 57 


239.1 


1-77 


9-3- 


- 9-3 


1890.77 


/3 1 








685 


2 108 


Andromedae 1 94 


II 59 


36 45 


61.9 


5-91 


7.0. 


. 9-8 


1830.76 


2 3 


Very wh.: ash 






686 


Hd47 





12 : 


-23 23: 




.... 






1868.82 


Hd 


No description 






687 


02 29 rej. 


L2332 


12 I 


39 20 


265.4 


19.89 


7.0. 


.11.2 


1866.68 


^ 3 








688 


S109 


DM (63°) 172 


12 6 


63 17 


10.2 


7.02 


9.0. 


.10.1 


1832.72 


S 4 








68g 


Hu 521 


DM (48°) 404 


12 14 


48 20 


98.9 


0.25 


9.0. 


. 9.0 


1902.73 


Hu 4 


{Bui. L. 0. No 


27) 




690 


H5453 


W i". 161 


12 29 


- I 29 


2I0± 


30 ± 


8 . 


.11 


1828.0 


H 








6gi 


5 III. 23 


Cas'siopdae 


12 32 


57 36 


271.8 


12-15 


, , 




1783.66 


¥ I 








692 


Barnard 2 


DM (3°) 184 


12 40 


4 I 


10.9 


1.36 


8.3-- 




1894.55 


Bar. 1 








693 


HU522 


DM (51°) 282 


12 46 


53 2 


87.2 


3.92 


8.0.. 


.14.5 


1902.60 


Hu 2 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 


=7) 




694 


Hd48 


0. Alg. S. 751 


12 S3 


-23 27 


61.3 


10.48 


9 .. 


.10.5 


1867.80 


Hd 1 








695 


H2035 


WM'>. 171 


12 59 


- 837 


336-7 


i8± 


9 -- 


.11 


1830 + 


H 


8 m in W 






696 


See II 


Cord. Z. C. l"". 333 


12 59 


-27 8 


314-7 


I-9S 


8 .. 


. 8.8 


1897.13 


See 3 








697 


S397 


35 Cassiopeia^ 


13 4 


64 2 


352-9 


50-36 


8 .. 


- 9 


1824.84 


S 2 








6g8 


Da 8 


L2362 


13 7 


43 19 


139-8 


2.68 


7.7.- 


• 9 


1859.74 


Da 3 








699 


Weisse 3 


W= l"". 233 


13 18 


36 


182.9 


4.10 


8.5. . 


. 8.9 


1902.17 


;8 2 








700 


P782 


1-2357 


13 20 


55 35 


79-2 


2.95 


8.0. . 


. 9-6 


1881.57 


/3 3 








701 


H342S 





13 24 


-28 7 


256 ± 


2± 


Ill 


= 11 


1834 + 


H 








702 


Hu 523 


DM (50°) 260 


13 2b 


50 58 


98.7 


0.38 


6.5.. 


.10.0 


1902.62 


Hu 4 


{Bui. L. 0. No 


27) 




703 


H3424 




13 32 


- 9 24 


86.3 


I2± 


10 . . 


-loK 


1836.8 


H 


(See p. 1038) 1 




704 


A 313 


SD (6°) 251 


13 33 


- 5 58 


207.2 


0.19 


8.4.. 


. 8.8 


1902.77 


A 3 


{Bul.L. O.No. 


29) 




705 


HU416 


.... 


13 38 


— 16 21 


77-8 


0.65 


9-5-- 


.10.0 


1901.94 


Hu 3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 


21) 




706 


2 112 


0. Arg. N. 1406 


13 40 


45 42 


327.2 


23-64 


8.5.. 


. 9.0 


1831.79 


S 2 


Yel. wh. 






707 


2 113 


42 Ceti 


13 41 


- I 8 


334-3 


1. 18 


6.2.. 


. 7.2 


1836.91 


2 3 


White 






708 


See 12 


0. Aig. S. 759 


13 45 


-25 35 


205 ± 


o.i5± 


8 .. 


. 8 


1897.74 


See 








709 


P 1229 


Cord. G. C. 1244 


13 46 


-35 7 


292.4 


1.04 


8. 1.. 


. 8.4 


1891.84 


/3 3 








710 


A. G. 16 


A. G. Leip. 369 


13 54 


13 8 


190. 1 


31.46 


8.6.. 


• 9-7 


1893-97 


Lp 2 








711 


H2036 


Ceti 187 


14 4 


— 16 26 


53-0 


2± 


8 = 


=8 


1830.8 


H 








712 


A. G. 17 


A. G. Leip. 376 


14 29 


10 50 


98.2 


55.28 


8.5-- 


.10 


1892.88 


Lp 1 








713 


293 


a Ursae Minoris 


14 46 


88 40 


210.1 


18.27 


2.0. . 


. 9-0 


1834.14 


S 7 


A and B ^ 










(Polaris) 






88.0 
172.2 


43-28 
82.68 


•- 


•13 
.12 


1884.74 
1884.74 


/3 I 
/3 I 


AandC I 
AandD 






714 


P4 


Piscium 255 


14 59 


10 55 


81.0 


0-37 


7.0.. 


- 7-5 


1877.17 


/3 I 


J 






715 


Hd49 




15 : 


- 55: 


i7o± 


4± 


9 .- 


.10 


1880.87 


Hd 








716 


2 114 




IS 4 


72 13 


356.5 


3.68 


7.2.. 


.10.4 


1832.48 


S 4 


7.^ yel. 






717 


Hu 417 


SD(i7°)239 


IS 39 


-17 7 


323-4 


2.62 


9.0.. 


.12.2 


1901.94 


Hu 3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 


2r) 




718 


2 115 


1:2433 


IS 42 


57 31 


150.0 


0.81 


7-3-. 


• 7-5 


1836.71 


2 3 


Yel. wh. 






719 


Hue 


SD (10°) 29s 


IS 56 


-10 5 


240.3 


0.61 


9.1.. 


• 9-3 


1899.87 


Hu 3 


A and B ) 
AB and C 5 
















237.1 


35 ± 


8-9.. 


• 9 


1830 + 


H 






720 


Jones I 


.... 


16 : 


16 14: 


16.0 


2.86 


9-4.. 


.10.4 


1892.89 


J 2 








721 


See 13 


0. Arg. S. 784 


I 16 2 


-24 45 


306.0 


0.24 


8 .. 


. 8.5 


1897.63 


See 1 
















1 J 
















^_ 



Within 12 1 of the North Pole 



V' 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 

Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


722 


E 2040 




jhi^m 


8= 


— 26°23' 


3S9?0 


10" ± 


10 . 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 




A and B ) 
A and C ) 














274.1 


I4± 




..14 


1830 + 


H 




723 


Ku8 


DM (48°) 414 


16 


II 


48 28 


330.4 


2.23 


9.6. 


.. 9.8 


1901.72 


Ku 


3 




724 


OS (App) 16 


■W= !>>. 302 


16 


18 


16 34 


138.3 


63.41 


6.5. 


.. 9.1 


1875.00 


A 


4 




725 


.... 


DM (12°) 168 


I6 


21 


12 8 


31.6 


5. II 


9.2. 


..11.3 


1903.82 


/3 


2 




726 


H637 


W !■». 237 


16 


28 


— 4 26 


I5S± 


i8± 


7-8. 


.15 


1820-f 


H 






727 


H 2043 


L 2498 


16 


41 


-19 42 


77.9 


6± 


7-8. 


. .10 


1830 + 


H 




" Very fine " 


728 


Lvi 


DM (0°) 226 


16 


47 


I 7 


171. 4 


0.86 


9-5- 


.. 9.6 


1886.75 


LM 


2 




729 


H 2041 




17 


2 


44 45 


255-5 


8± 


10 . 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 






730 


H 2042 




17 


13 


55 5 


283.9 


i8± 


9-10 


. .10 


1830 + 


H 






731 


H2038 




17 


24 


77 29 


347-7 


20 ± 


10 


. .10 


1830 + 


H 






732 


P IIOI 


^ Cassiopeiae 


17 


27 


67 30 


41.2 


3-19 


4-5 


■.13.5 


1889.52 





4 


A and B "j 














101.8 


32.22 




.. 8.9 


1831.04 


S 


5 


A and C l 














253-3 


3-01 




.. 9.5 


1831.04 


2 


4 


CandDj 


733 


Ho 309 


■W I"-. 334 


17 


34 


19 13 


205-7 


2.60 


7.7 


. .12 


1893.84 


Ho 


I 


A and B ) 
A and C 5 














97.1 


43.62 




. .12 


1893.84 


Ho 


I 


734 


OS (App.) 17 


w» i"". 329 


17 


37 


38 24 


103.4 
336.2 


37-49 
147-37 


7.5 


.. 9.0 


1875.67 
1875.67 


A 
A 


3 
3 


A and b1 
A and C I 














295.4 


50.24 


8.0 


.. 9.0 


1875.67 


i 


3 


CandDj 


735 


H 1078 


DM (26°) 231 


17 


45 


26 57 


95-1 


il± 


9 


. .12 


1828 + 


H 




A and B ) 
A and C ) 














95-1 


25 ± 




. .10 


1828 + 


H 




736 


H3433 




17 


48 


-10 33 


307.0 


I2± 


10 


. .11 


1836 + 


H 






737 


His 


DM (12°) 172 


17 


52 


12 17 


3io± 


10-12 


8 


.13 


1820 + 


H 






738 


Sei 


L2548 


17 


53 


-24 59 


83. S 


2.93 


7 


. .10 


1855.99 


Se 


I 




739 


H2044 




i8± 


4 23 




i5± 


I 


3=10 


1830 + 


H 




"R. A. very 

uncertain " 


740 


H 1079 


44 Oft 


18 





- 8 38 


300.5 


60 ± 


6 


. . 12 


1828 + 


H 






741 


P505 


e CeH 


18 


I 


- 8 48 


60.5 


58.8 


3 


..14 


1877.70 


/3 


I 




742 


S 119 


DM (4°) 244 


18 


16 


4 34 


151. 2 


13.84 


8.8 


. .11.0 


1832.18 


S 


3 




743 


Pii63 


Ceti 199 


18 


18 


- 7 32 


192.3 


0.19 


6.0 


.. 6.2 


1890.68 


/3 


3 




744 


H2037 




18 


35 


83 42 


270.3 


8± 


10 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 






745 


HU418 


SD(I7°)2S2 


18 


40 


— 16 52 


100.6 


4-37 


9.2 


.. 9.2 


1901.95 


Hu 


3 


(£»/. L. 0. No. =1) 


746 


Ho 310 


DM (27°) 227 


18 


SO 


27 56 


353.2 


1.26 


9 


.. 9.2 


1891.89 


Ho 


3 


{^. AT. 3233). (Seep. 
AandB) '°='^ 
A and C ) 


747 


OS 30 


\j 2561 


18 


SO 


30 55 


235.7 


4.62 


7.8 


..II. 4 


1855.74 


OS 


4 














105.0 


56.98 




.. 7.5 


1862.01 


OS 


4 


748 


Ha50 


DM (2°) 205 


18 


53 


2 25 


sp 


25 ± 


8.5 


. .12 


1868.92 


Hd 






749 


S 120 


Ceii 202 


18 


58 


- 6 34 


280.7 


7.06 


7-0 


..10.8 


1831-59 


S 


3 


7.0 very white 


750 


Hd5i 




19 




2 19: 


np 




II 


. .11 


1868.92 


Hd 




"np DM (2°) ao7" 


751 


H638 


.... 


19 


S 


- 4 49 


273.0 


2-3 


12 


..12 + 


1820 + 


H 






752 


H2045 


0. Arg. H. 1504 


19 


25 


73 35 


85.6 


20± 


8 


..14 


1830 + 


H 




(See p. 1058) 


753 


S 121 


DM (63°) 187 


19 


29 


63 SI 


279.4 


13.76 


8-7 


... 9.7 


1831.80 


S 


2 




754 


P II02 


0. Arg. N. 1510 


19 


39 


59 40 


336.3 


0.84 


10.3 


...10.3 


1889.58 


§ 


3 


B and C ) 
A and BC ) 














265.4 


60.29 


8-5 




1889.58 


/3 


3 


755 


Hu 525 


DM (48°) 436 


20 


15 


48 37 


322.0 


1. 10 


8.2 


. . .Il.i: 


1902.63 


Hu 


4 


(5«/. L. 0. No. 37) 


756 


2 124 


W l"". 320 


20 


22 


-14 31 


232.2 


7.08 


8.2 


. . .10.2 


1831.59 


S 


3 


i.iyel'sh 


757 


Ho 7 


W l". 406 


20 


28 


40 29 


158.9 


13.47 


6 


...13 


1885.84 


Ho 


2 




758 


P999 


ii) Andromedac 


20 


29 


44 47 


91.9 
no. 3 


2.29 
134.26 


5-3 


. . .12 


1881.84 
1881.84 




4 
2 


AandB"] 
A and C > 














140. 1 


5.04 


10.7 


...10.7 


1881.84 


P 


3 


CandDJ 


759 


S 118 


RedliiU203 


20 


38 


82 44 


62.0 


10.75 


8.5 


... 9.4 


1832.49 


S 


4 




760 


S 122 


L 2632 


20 


41 


2 55 


332.8 


5.79 


7.0 


... 9.0 


1833.56 


S 


3 


Very wh.: blue 


761 


S 125 


DM (— o°)229 


20 


50 


— 46 


33-3 


16.91 


7.9 


...10.3 


1833.23 


s 


6 


7.9 ye!. 


762 


S 123 rej. 


DM (52°) 347 


20 


53 


52 SI 


164. u 


i5± 


9-1 


D=9-I0 


1830 + 


H 




Aand B ) 
C and D ) 














75.0 


I0± 


lO-I 


I. .12 


1830 + 


H 




763 


A.Clark 14 


L2634 


21 


IS 


42 10 


95.6 


0.78 


8.0 


... 9.0 


1859.81 


Da 


2 




764 


Ho 8 




21 


23 


34 4 


246.0 


3.26 


9.7 


...10.3 


1883.18 


Ho 


3 


{A. N. 2778) 

(See p. 1058) 


765 


P1164 


95 Piscium 


I 21 


26 


4 44 


168.4 


0.39 


6.7 


... 7.0 


1890.82 


/3 


3 





15 



1^ 



Burnham: General Catalogiie of Double Stars 



Number 



766 
767 
768 
769 
770 
771 
772 
773 
774 

775 
776 

777 
778 

779 
780 
781 
782 

783 
784 

785 
786 
787 
788 
789 
790 
791 
792 
793 
794 
795 
796 

797 
798 



799 
800 
801 
802 
803 
804 
805 
806 
807 
808 
.809 
810 
811 
8l2 

813 
814 

815 
816 
817 
818 



Double Star 



H3436 
H 1080 

P399 
A. G. 18 
S398 
Hu 7 
H 3437 
Ho 9 

2 126 rej. 

H 1081 
A. G. 19 

2 128 reJ. 
See 14 

2 129 
Espin 4 
H 2048 
H 2046 
H 2049 
H 1082 

P 1230 
A 441 

S 127 
H639 

P1165 

P506 
H 2050 

2 131 
H 2051 

2 132 
A. G. 20 
H 2052 

2 130 

S 133 



H3442 
Arg. 4 
H 2047 
Arg. 5 

H15 
0231 
2 134 rej. 

2135 
H640 
H 1083 
A 112 
Howe 4 
Howe 5 

A 314 
2 136 
H 1084 
H 205 8 

2 137 
H2053 
H2057 



Star Catalogue 



0. Arg. S. 843 

Cetizw 
A. G. Leip. 417 

p i". 85-7 

SD (10°) 312 
L 2690 
DM (20°) 228 
W i". 458 



A. G. Leip. 424 
DM (60°) 255 
48 Ceti 
W t. 378 
DM (42°) 313 
DM (72°) 77 

DM (72°) 78 

Lao. 427 
SD (8°) 260 



WI"". 510 
11 Piscium 

DM (59°) 271 
0. Arg. If. 1640 
DM (16°) 167 
A. G. Leip. 444 
L 2791 

DM (69°) 105 
Andromedae 219 



0. Arg. S. 907 

»M(5S°)356 
0. Arg. N. 1665 

B. A. C. 464 

DM (35°) 296 
SD (4°) 230 

A. G. Harv. 704 
W t. 457 

SD (9°) 301 
1 00 Piscium 



L 2869 
Rad'. 468 
DM (45°) 387 



" 2I'"30' 

21 33 
21 48 

21 55 

22 5 
22 10 
22 16 
22 34 

22 41 

23 8 
23 30 
23 45 
23 51 
23 55 

23 59 

24 23 
24 28: 
24 31 
24 37 
24 43 
24 46 
24 59 

24 59 

25 4 



25 


4 


25 


10 


25 


17 


25 


31 



25 35 

25 43 

25 47 

25 50 

25 55 



26 38 

26 42 

26 44 

26 48 

26 53: 

27 I 

27 I: 

27 18 

27 27 

27 32 

27 42 

27 47 

27 52 

28 20 
28 29 
28 36 
28 39 
28 42 
28 50 

I 28 53 



Decl. 1880 



-30 52' 
70 17 

-II 31 
13 51 

7 20 

- 9 54 
-17 S3 

21 6 
24 24 

40 54 

13 35 
60 25 

—22 IS 
12 2 

43 
72 14 
82 52 
72 IS 
62 34 

- 26 so 

- 8 41 
78 32 

- 4 IS 
40 27 

14 44 

55 SI 
60 4 

53 3 
16 20 
II 40 
-19 38 
69 17 

35 14 



-26 3 

—27 II 

55 15 

45 22 

II 25: 

7 36 
47 26: 

35 34 

- 4 8 

60 40 

51 13 
-12 so 
-12 25 

-94 
II 57 
66 37 

-21 45 
30 40 
71 58 
45 45 



Position 
Angle 



I26?3 

311. 

302.3 

40.9 

98.3 
212.0 

245-2 

92.8 
214.6 
238.6 
315.2 
321.4 

249.6 
283. z 
104.9 

313-5 
283.4 

166.7 
240.2 

224.5 

267.7 

186.0 

8s ± 
62.4 
12.9 
82.6 
142.4 
71.6 

5-4 

72.5 

121. 3 

187.7 
179. 1 

199-5 

346-1 

208.3 

71.8 

33-0 

319-5 

60 ± 

85.0 

259-0 
295 ± 
36.2 
332.3 
328.3 

31-S 
359-9 

78.8 
357.0 

95-0 

86.6 

20.9 

45-0 



Distance 



Mag'nitudes 



I2''± 
S± 

1. 56 

73-97 
69.75 

1.63 
13-4 

2-77 
40± 

i5± 

6± 

102.27 

CI. IV 

22.39 
8.44 
3-47 

iS± 
4± 
3± 
6± 
2.62 

1-34 

24.62 

1-2 

1.82 

1.02 

io± 

13.64 

i5± 
24.25 
3.08 
80 ± 
7-49 
2-99 
29.08 
4-76 
30 ± 
18.08 
8± 
9-97 

I2± 

4.04 
CI. Ill 

7.92 
4± 

0.90 

0.84 

13-00 

0-33 

16.03 

i6± 

4± 

3-37 

28 ± 

I2± 



7 
II 

6-3 
8.6, 
7 . 
9.0. 
7 • 
9 . 
9 . 



6 . 

8.5. 

7-7- 
9-10. , 
12 . . 
9-10. . 
10 . . 

7.0.. 

7-8.. 

8.0.. 
10 . . 

8.4.. 

4 •- 
10 . . 
6.0.. 
8 .. 
7.0.. 
8.7.. 
7 = 
8.0. . 
7.0.. 

10.8.. 

6K-. 

8.0.. 

11 = 

8.6.. 

10 . . 
6.9.. 
8-9.. 
8.0. . 

11 . . 
II . . 

9.1.. 
8.1. . 
8.5... 
8.3... 
6.9... 
9 ... 
II . . . 
.2. . . 

9-10. . , 



. .10 
..14 
. .10.0 
. .10 

- 9 
.. 9-8 

•- 9%. 
. .10 
. .10 
. .12 
= 10 
.. 8.7 
. .10 
..12.8 
.. 9.0 
-- 9.7 
--13 
-.12-13 
. .12 
. .11 

..12.5 

..10. 5 
,. 9.0 
..10+ 
.12.1 
.11.0 
.11-12 
. 9.2 
. II 
.10.0 
. 9.0 

= 7 
. 9.0 
.10.5 

.10.8 
.10 
. 9.0 
= 11 
. 9.0 

-13 
.11.0 
.10 
.10.7 
.11 
.14 
10. o 
8.2 

8-7 

8.6 

8.0 
II 
12 

9.0 
II 
II 



Epoch 



1834 + 
1828 + 
1876.90 
1892.88 
1825.00 
1899.99 
1836.3 
1883.92 
1831 + 
1831 + 
1828 + 
1892.88 

1897.75 

1829.32 

1892.98 

1830 + 

1830 + 

1830 + 

1828 + 

1891.84 

1903.71 

1831.72 

1820 + 

1890.83 

1878.73 

1830 + 

1830.27 

1830 + 

1829.87 

1895.06 

1830 + 

1832.08 

1833-04 

1833-04 

1833-04 

1836.7 

1877.83 
1830 + 
1902.17 
1820 + 
1850.02 

1830.76 

1820 + 

1820 + 

1900.92 

1877.83 

1877.86 

1902.77 

1831.47 
1828 + 
1830 + 
1833-13 

i83o-f 
1830+ 



Observer 



Notes 



H 

H 

A 

Lp 

S 

Hu 

H 

Ho 2 

H 

H 

H 

Lp 1 

See I 

S 2 

Es 2 

H 

H 

H 

H 

/3 

A 

S 

H 

^ 
H 

S 3 

H 

S 2 

Lp I 

H 



S 
S 

s 
s 

H 

Cin 2 
H 

/3 2 
H 

OS 4 
S 

2 3 

H 

H 

A 3 

Cin 2 

Cin 2 

A 3 



'Points to a star 9 m.' 



(-4. /. 480) 



A and B 

A and C 

"Points to a third star 
lom." (See p. 1058) 



(A. N. 3717) 

(See p. 1058) 



{Bui. L. O, No. so) 
White 



S.o yei. white 
8.8m in DM 
7 oyei. 



YeVsh: ash 

A and B J 

A and C \ l.oyel. 

C and D ) 



6 . 3 yeU 

From Cat. Nov. 

8.cj,,//^"P''°5«) 

" Beautiful " 



(.ffa/. L. O. No. 29) 
JVhite 



White 
(See p. 1058) 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



V^ 



N 


umber 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. i88o 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 




819 


H2054 


40 Cassiopeiae 


jhjSmjys 


72°26' 


241-5 


45" ± 


6-7.. .11-12 


1830 + 


H 






820 


H2060 


.... 


28 59 


-24 44 


90.1 


25 ± 


10 ...12 


1830 + 


H 






821 


A. G. 21 


A. G. T^eip. 456 


29 


12 16 


98.8 


7.97 


9.0. ..10 


1892.88 


Lp I 






822 


HU527 


DM (50°) 312 


29 5 


SO 13 


307-9 


2.03 


9. I. ..13. 5 


1902.73 


Hu 2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 




823 


Hn6 


yfp i"". 612 


29 6 


32 26 


108.3 


2.14 


9.1... 9.1 


1881.58 


? 3 






824 


P507 


DM (26°) 264 


29 18 


26 9 


155-9 


2.16 


7.8. ..10.6 


1879.91 


P 3 






825 


P 1000 


0. Arg. S. 935 


29 27 


-30 32 


336.4 


1.80 


7.6.. .12.0 


1881.84 


P 2 






826 


OS 33 


Rad'. 476 


29 31 


58 I 


74-4 


24.26 


1.2... 8.3 


1846.80 


OS 3 


White: yellow 




827 


H2059 


DM (54°) 329 


29 35 


54 58 


29.1 


I2± 


9 ...12 


1830 + 


H 






828 


HU419 


SD{i7°)284 


29 38 


-17 25 


63.0 


0.34 


9.0. . . 9.6 


1901.94 


Hu 2 


{Bui L. 0. No. 21) 




829 


H2056 


Had'. 472 


29 45 


77 21 


213-4 


22 ± 


7-8. ..13 


1830 + 


H 


7.1 m. in Rad. 




830 


S 138 


P. t". 123 


29 46 


7 2 


20.0 


1-47 


7.3.-- 7-3 


1830.23 


2 3 


A and B aB yel. 
AB and C ""^- 














62.8 


22.25 


(14-1S) 


1875.96 


HI 2 




831 


H2061 


L 2942 


30 2 


-18 8 


326.7 


30 ± 


7 ...10 


1830+ 


H 






832 


P869 


1-2935 


30 3 


3 42 


198.2 


5-13 


8.0. . .11.7 


1880.06 


P 5 






833 


H 1085 


DM (62°) 284 


30 25 


63 6 


119. 1 


3K± 


9-10=9.10 


1828 + 


H 


"Fine" 




834 


H16 


.... 


30 30: 


II 12: 


330 ± 


20± 


10=10 


1820 + 


H 






835 


H2055 


DM (72°) 89 


30 34 


72 26 


3i5± 


I0± 


10 ...12 


1830 + 


H 






836 


H3447 


B. A. C. 489 


30 35 


-30 31 


74± 


3± 


t%... 8 


1835. 


H 


"Fine double star" 




837 


OS 32 


Had'. 467 


30 55 


84 37 


134-5 


9-51 


7.5. ..12.0 


1847.22 


OS I 






838 


Espin 46 


DM (54°) 340 


31 2 


54 37 


36.8 


2.9 


9.0.. .10.0 


1901. 


Es 


1 (^. AT. 3784) 














288.1 


53-0 


... 9.5 


1901. 


Es 




839 


OS (App.)2o 


•w ^. 661 


3t 3 


21 57 


313-4 


95-94 


7-S... 8.5 


1875-25 


^ 3 






840 


H 2062 




31 6 


57 10 


78.1 


4± 


ii = ii 


1830 + 


H 






841 


HU528 


DM (51°) 350 


31 8 


52 


289.8 


1. 10 


8.5. ..13.0 


1902.74 


Hu 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 




842 


H 2063 




31 43 


45 23 


226.0 


I2± 


9 ...12 


1830 + 


H 






843 


S139 


DM (52°) 397 


3« 44 


52 21 


225.2 


10.27 


8.8... 9.0 


1830.24 


2 3 


White 




844 


P 1 166 


L 2980 


31 45 


38 3 


345-8 


2.63 


8.4.. .11.5 


1890.82 


§ 3 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 














8.9 


24.82 


...13-5 


1898.70 


/3 I 




84s 


S 140 


DM (40°) 340 


31 56 


40 27 


172.3 


3-35 


8.5... 9-2 


1833.13 


S 3 


White 




846 


HU529 


DM (49°) 427 


32 7 


49 53 


91.9 


0.26 


8.8... 9-5 


1902.60 


Hu 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 




847 


H 1087 


DM (38°) 313 


32 16 


38 24 


76.5 


7± 


10 ...11 


1828 + 


H 


Dup. in A. G. 

(See p. 1059) 




848 


P508 


DM (26°) 276 


32 27 


26 20 


71. 1 


1.02 


9.0... 9.5 


1877.72 


P I 






849 


H 1086 





32 34 


68 30 


297-3 


5± 


II ...12 


i828-f 


H 






850 


E 2064 


0. Arg. Tf. 1797 


32 35 


54 14 


324.6 


I2± 


9 ...14 


1830 + 


H 


7m. inO. Arg.; 8.2 m. 
iuDiM. (Seep. 1059) 




851 


P783 


0. Arg. H. 1777 


32 39 


73 56 


318.0 


0.95 


8.5... 8.9 


1881.71 


P 4 






852 


Hu8 


SD(II°)3I3 


32 42 


-II 18 


28.9 


1.27 


8.5. ..12.0 


1899.92 


Hu 2 


(^.7.480) 




853 


H17 


DM (11°) 209 


32 46 


II 35 


275± 


5-7 


9 . . .10 


1820+ 


H 






854 


Ps 


103 Piscium 


32 47 


16 I 


289.4 


1-34 


7.0... 90 


1875-52 


A 4 






855 


HU530 


DM (51°) 364 


32 55 


51 55 


225.9 


2.64 


8.4. ..13-0 


1902.74 


Hu 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 




856 


S141 


L302S 


33 2 


38 22 


300.6 


1.67 


8.0... 8.5 


1833.16 


S 3 


YePsh 




857 


P1167 


Wl". 716 


33 16 


38 7 


56.2 


1-25 


9.3. ..10.7 


1890.82 


P 3 






858 
859 


Kr 12 


A. G. Hels. 145s 


33 19 


62 4 


303.3 


0.63 


7.7--- 7-7 


1890.75 


§ 2 






Hu53i 


DM (49°) 435 


33 24 


49 16 


3.5 


0.37 


9.0... 9-5 


1902.60 


Hu 3 


A and B (Bui. L. 
■ 0. No. 
AB and C 27) 














280.5 


5.95 


... 9-5 


1902.52 


Hu I 




860 


S 142 


DM (14°) 253 


33 28 


14 39 


313. 1 


25.29 


8.2... 8.4 


1836.90 


S 3 






861 




. Andromedae 


33 30 


39 58 


328.4 


52.3s 


5.0... 10. z 


1880.68 


/3 2 






862 


S 143 


DM (33°) 263 


33 32 


33 44 


319.8 


30.31 


7.7... 9-0 


1831.76 


S 2 


Vel.: ■mh. 




863 


H641 


W l"". 564 


33 33 


- 3 8 


132 ± 


6± 


9 ...II 


1820+ 


H 






864 


H2067 


1.3056 


33 33 


-18 24 


92.0 


S± 


7 ...n 


1830 + 


H 






865 
866 


H2oe6 




34 6 


55 II 


65.2 


I2± 


ii = ii 


1830+ 


H 






S 144 


DM (-0°) 259 


34 IS 


— 40 


292.2 


15.70 


8. 5.. .11.0 


1830.16 


S 4 


Yel.: wh. 




867 
868 


D004 




34 16 


57 52 


119.4 


1. 91 


10.4. . .10.9 


1900.70 


Doo 2 






H1088 


Bradley 222 


34 20 


58 I 


164.5 


i5± 


7 ...II 


1828+ 


H 






869 


3:2065 




34 33 


76 45 


163.8 


iS± 


10 ...II 


1830+ 


H 






870 


S145 


P. l". 145 


I 34 36 


25 8 


31-6 


11.28 


6.0. . .10.6 


1832.84 


S 4 


6.0 yel. 














1 n 













17 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number 



Double Star 



StarCataIog:ue 



R. A. 1880 



Decl. 1880 



Position 
Angle 



Distance 



Magnitudes 



Epoch 



Observer 



Notes 



871 
872 

873 
874 

875 
876 

877 
878 
879 
880 
881 
882 

883 
884 
885 
886 
887 
888 
88g 
8go 
891 
892 
893 
894 
89s 
896 
897 
8g8 
899 
goo 
go I 
902 

903 
904 

905 
go6 
907 
go8 
909 
gio 



S 146 
Pi 



103 
Hug 
See 15 
H 2072 
H642 
S 147 
H 2o6g 
H 2073 
Eu 420 
H 2076 
H 2071 

H2068 

OS 35 

P 1 104 
H io8g 

P870 
Ai 

H logo 
Hu 10 
H 2074 

OS 34 

^3 

P4S3 
A. G. 22 
Eu 421 

Siso 

S 149 
H 18 

P509 
H3455 
E3456 

S 148 
B2075 

S154 
S 151 rej. 

Si5S 

S 152 rej. 
Duner i 
E 2077 



gii 


S153 


912 


E 2079 


913 


P6 


914 


Eu II 


915 


EU532 


916 


H2080 


917 


Hu8o4 


gi8 


Hu533 


919 


E643 


920 


A. G. 23 


921 


H3459 


922 


P784 


923 


P736 



DM (9°) 204 
44 Cassiopeiae 
80(12°) 313 
Cord. G. C. 1639 
0. Arg. S. 1008 
DM (1°) 305 
X' Ceti 



SD(IS°)300 
107 Piscium 



1-3101 
Groom. 370 
0. Arg. N. 1882 
B. A. C. 525 

SD(7°)282 

SD (13°) 312 

Ead^ 505 
DM (56°) 337 
DM (56°) 338 
A. G. Leip. 513 
SD (16°) 292 

SD(7°)284 
L3I60 

1-3170 

SD(l8°)29I 
L3184 



W» I*". 834 

W" I*-. 667 
DM (60°) 336 



DM (60°) 343 
DM (52°) 434 
L 3205 
SD (12°) 324 
DM (49°) 459 

DM (33°) 295 
DM (50°) 352 

A. G. Leip. 529 
SD (20°) 331 
DM (22°) 269 
DM (38°) 347 



i"34'°57- 

35 13 

35 25 

35 28 

35 45 

35 47 

35 48 

35 49 

35 SO 

35 51 

35 53 

35 58 

36 
36 
36 2 
36 20 
36 23 
36 24 
36 35 
36 37 
36 37 

36 43 

37 7 
37 7 
37 14 
37 16 
37 22 
37 24 
37 24: 
37 25 
37 31 
37 33 
37 36 
37 38 



37 
37 


48 
49: 


37 


54 


37 


55 


38 




38 


5 


38 


20 


38 


33 


38 


43 


38 


45 


39 





39 


10 


39 


19 


39 


23 


39 


24 


39 


25 


39 


25 


39 


34 


39 


38 



9 30 

59 57 

-12 45 

—22 20 

-18 37 

t 18 

-II 55 

52 41 

— 8 so 
-14 56 

-25 5 
19 41 

71 32 

55 16 
52 17 
71 6 

56 56 

— 7 22 
71 7 

-13 56 

55 10 
80 17 

56 35 
56 31 
12 17 

— 16 20 

— 7 41 
39 21 
II 30: 

8 58 

-18 13 

-22 13 

63 13 

74 53 

43 6 
60 50: 

853 
60 50 
60 35 
77 26 

60 40 
52 50 

— 7 22 

— 12 16 

49 48 
52 52 
33 7 

50 31 
-30 

14 24 

-20 39 

22 18 

38 20 



3o6?5 
3.8 
293-4 
311. 1 
278.2 
3io± 
88.2 
241.4 

47.4 
236.4 
105.0 
222.5 
316.5 
148.4 

115-4 
197.2 
89.0 
68.9 
165.2 
157-S 
304-4 
122.0 

113-7 
332.9 
224.1 

261.5 

195-5 

118. 2 

220 ± 

93-5 

344-4 
130.4 
229.8 
195.0 
126.7 

332.8 

39-5 
275.0 

195.5 

69.2 

300 ± 

167. 1 

203.4 
128.4 
121. 8 

338-7 
184.2 

225 ± 

45-4 
270.0 

46.7 
209.0 
115-5 



23-81 

1-73 
4.62 

2-74 
3± 

20± 

4.01 
20 ± 

6± 

2.50 

8± 

38.48 

60 ± 

4± 

9.84 

2.86 

i5± 
1.02 

0.31 

6± 

0.76 

3± 
0.60 
2.74 
0.91 

2.70 

36-19 
1-35 

25 ± 
0.71 
CI. Ill 

i5± 
1.36 

20± 

i8± 

5-17 

CI. II 
4.60 

CI. II 
6.71 

12± 
I0± 

7-45 
8± 
2.58 
3.10 
0.24 
io± 
0.25 
2.02 

7± 

29.18 

i8± 

1.86 

0.86 

12.26 



8.3- 
6.2., 
9.0.. 
8. 1.. 
9 •- 
9 •- 
5-3.- 
9-0.. 

11-12. 
9.0.. 

10-11= 

5-6.. 
11-12. 
6.8.. 
7.2.. 
9 •- 
6.9.. 
8.2.. 

11 = 
8.5.. 

13= 
7-3- 
9-4-- 
8.8.. 
8.9.. 
9.0.. 

8.2.. 

9 -. 
8.4.. 
8^.. 
8 .. 
8.4.. 
9-10. 

8.0. . 
8-9.. 
7-S-- 
8 .. 

9-5-- 

lO-II: 

8.5.. 
9-10. 
6.4.. 
8.5.. 
9.0.. 
lO-II. 
8.2.. 

9.0.. 

10 .. 

9.2.. 

9>^-. 
8.9.. 
8.5.. 



. 8.3 
.12.5 
• 9-1 
. 9.7 
.10 
.12 
. 6.9 
.10 
. .12 
. 9-8 
=10-11 
, .12 

-13 
, . . 12 
.10.0 
.11.8 
.10-11 
. 8.3 
. 8.7 
= 11 
.9.0 
= 13 
-•7-5 
.10.9 

- 9-1 

.11.3 
. 7.8 

- 9-7 
.10 
. 8.7 
. ^Vz 
.10 

. 9.0 

. .10 

.14 

. 8.2 

■ 9 

-7-9 

.10 

.10 

=10-11 

■15 

- 9-7 
..15 
. 9.2 
.12.2 
.10.0 
..II 
.10.0 
,10.0 
.11 
. 9.0 
.10 

•9-5 

,10.3 

, 9.0 



1829.52 
1889.54 
1899.91 

1897-73 

1828 + 

1820+ 

1831.90 

1830+ 

1830+ 

1901.95 

1830+ 

1879.94 

1830+ 

1830 + 

1847.54 

1889.60 

1828+ 

1880.81 

1899.78 

1828+ 

1899.91 

1830 + 

1847-57 
1877.47 
1880.81 

1901.90 

1831.88 

1833.18 

1820+ 

1878.42 

1834+ 

1835. 

1832.62 

1830+ 

1830+ 

1833.14 

1830.60 

1875-59 

1830+ 

1830+ 

1831.77 

1830+ 

1875.55 

1899.92 

1902.54 

1830+ 

1902.75 

1902.74 

1820 + 

1892.89 

1835. 
1881.71 
1879.94 
1832.93 



2 

iS 

Hu 

See 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

Hu 

H 

/3 
H 
H 
OS 

H 

iS 

A 

H 

Hu 

H 

OS 

A 

§ 

Hu 

S 

S 

H 

/S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

S 

s 
s 

Du 

H 

H 

S 

H 

A 

Hu 

Hu 

H 

Hu 

Hu 

H 

Lp 

H 

s 



3 n^hitc 

3 

3 M./.480) 

I 



JVh, : yel, wk. 



{Bui. L. O. No. 21) 

A and B ) 
A and C ) 

"6 stars of 9 m. in the 
field" 
6.8 yel. 

(A. J\r. 363$) 
(/4./. 480) 



iBul. L. O. No. 21) 
Very wk. 
8.2 yersh 
Probably DM (ii*) 



A and B ) 
A and C 5 

Very wh. 

From Cat, Nov. 

White 

From Cat. Nov. 

A and B ) 
A and C ) 



{A. J. 480) 
(Bui. L. O. No. 27) 



(Bui. L. O. No. 27) 



A and B 
A and C 



18 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



V- 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


924 


H2081 


.... 


jhjgm 


45'' 


-i4°45' 


I4I?0 


12" ± 


10 = 10 


1830 + 


H 




925 


S 156 


0. Arg. N. 1981 


39 


SO 


59 46 


96.1 


5.10 


8.3.. .11.0 


1832.52 


2 3 


i.zyel. 


926 


SI58 


DM (32°) 318 


39 


5° 


32 34 


246.2 


2.13 


8.3... 8.8 


1833.11 


S 3 


White 


927 


Ho 496 


W I'". 88s 


39 


S3 


29 I 


186.7 


14.96 


8.5.. .12.5 


1894.82 


Ho 1 


(.A. N. 3557) 


928 


H3461 


e Sculptoris 


40 


I 


-25 39 


72. 5 


3± 


6 ...10 


183s 


H 


"White: dull red" 


929 


S160 


SD(3°)253 


40 


17 


- 3 


270.1 


9.51 


9.1... 9-9 


1830.66 


S 5 




930 


Pi3ia 


DM (53°) 388 


40 


18 


S3 17 


288.4 


4-99 


8.0. . .12.2 


1902.78 


^ 3 




931 


H 1091 


0. Alg. H. 1988 


40 


24 


61 14 


150. 1 


25 ± 


8-9=8-9 


1828 + 


H 


B=0. Arg. N. 1986 


932 


Hu534 


DM (49°) 462 


40 


28 


49 45 


68.2 


0.71 


9.0. . .10.0 


1902.64 


Hu 2 


(5k/. L. 0. No. 27) 


933 


H 1092 





40 


54 


68 54 


254-8 


4± 


13 ...14 


1828-1- 


H 




934 


S 159 rej. 


DM (16°) 202 


40 


54 


16 46 


296.6 


25 ± 


9-10. . .12 


1830-I- 


H 




935 


2 161 rej. 


DM (27°) 282 


40 


S5 


27 S3 




CI. IV 


8 ... 9 





S 




936 


H2084 


DM (3°) 242 


41 


9 


3 18 


320 ± 


I5± 


9 ---13 


i830-f- 


H 


"P est. from diagram' ' 


937 


H2o8e 


SD (21°) 296 


41 


23 


—21 21 


110.4 


7± 


10 ...11 


1830-1- 


H 


\ 9.5 in SD 














166.6 


I2± 


...13 


1830-1- 


H 


938 


H2082 


.... 


4> 


32 


56 9 


128.3 


I5± 


9-10. . .10 


1830-1- 


H 


(See No. 12865) 


939 


Espin 5 


DM (47°) SOS 


41 


35 


47 SO 


98.4 


1.96 


8.7... 9.2 


1892.98 


Es 2 


f^A.N.^^1^) 


940 


2 166 


W I*". 720 


41 


48 


- 3 56 


359.9 


8.02 


8.5. ..10.2 


1829.88 


S 3 




941 


2 162 


B. A. C. 547 


41 


48 


47 18 


224.5 


1.90 


7.0... 7-5 


1836.75 


S 2 


A and B ) AB very 
AandC) "'*'''' 














179-5 


20.36 


.-• 9-3 


1836.75 


S 2 


942 


P87I 


1-3289 


41 


49 


- I 33 


352.6 


1.88 


8.4... 9-0 


1879.88 


? 4 




943 


2 165 rej. 


DM (19°) 287 


41 


56 


19 42 





CI. IV 


8 ...10 




S 




944 


H2085 


DM (52°) 444 


41 


56 


52 12 


61.9 


8± 


10 ...11 


1830+ 


H 


Another obs. 

6o?2:4'± 


945 


Egbert I 





42 




45 29 


146.2 


5-73 


8.0... 8.5 


1879.78 


Cin I 


946 


P510 


DM (15°) 267 


42 


4 


15 43 


337-4 


1-59 


8.0. ..12 


1878.06 


/3 I 


AandB ) 
AandC 5 














322.7 


51.27 


... 8.0 


1783-04 


M I 


947 


H2087 


.... 


42 


8 


-13 40 


229.6 


I5± 


10-11. .11-12 


1830-1- 


H 




948 




DM (45°) 454 


42 


II 


45 42 


353.6 


15.84 


9.2... 9-5 


1903.62 


/3 2 




949 


2 164 


W -t. 943 


42 


12 


33 28 


95-8 


9-53 


8.7... 9-0 


1832.60 


S 3 


White 


950 


H644 


w i"". 736 


42 


22 


7 5 


277 ± 


i5± 


8 ...14 


1820-t- 


H 




951 


2163 


0. Aig. S. 2027 


42 


35 


64 16 


33-6 


34-93 


6.2... 8.2 


1831.75 


S 4 


Red-golden; blue 


952 


Hd52 


.... 


42 


40: 


— II 27: 


.... 







1869.08 


Hd 


No description 


953 


P511 


SD (2°) 299 


42 


40 


— 2 I 


157.6 


27.89 


8.5... 8.5 


1829.91 


S 2 


A and B ) (AB 
BandCi =2 171) 














316.0 


3-69 


...12.5 


1878.20 


/3 3 


954 


H2083 


• > • • 


42 


48 


74 37 


80.0 


3± 


9-10... 13 


1830-1- 


H 




955 


Ha53 


.... 


42 


50: 


— I 12: 


26.9 


10.92 


10 ...11 


1867.82 


Hd I 




956 


p 1016 


DM (32") 324 


42 


52 


32 29 


27.8 


0.59 


8.5... 8.5 


1890.90 


/5 3 




957 


p lOOI 


0. Arg. S. 1090 


43 


5 


-18 59 


2-7 


1.32 


8.0. ..11. 5 


1881.85 


/3 3 




958 


2ies 


DM (66°) 167 


43 


6 


66 9 


219-9 


1. 61 


8.5.. .11.1 


1833.00 


S 4 




959 


H3466 


0. Aig. S. 109S 


43 


13 


-29 52 


52 ± 


25 ± 


8 ...10 


1835 


H 


9 m. in 0. Arg. 


960 


2 167 rej. 


DM (65°) 209 


43 


12 


65 SI 


.... 


CI. IV 


8-9 ... 1 1 


.... 


.... 




961 


2 172 


DM (26°) 305 


43 


16 


26 30 


194-5 


17-49 


9.0... 9.2 


1830.00 


S 2 




962 


P1313 


DM (26°) 307 


43 


26 


26 26 


158. 1 


0.68 


8.0... 9.8 


1903-91 


/3 3 




963 


2174 


I Arietis 


43 


31 


21 41 


170. 5 


2.57 


6.2... 7-4 


1830.73 


S 4 


Golden; very blue 


964 


2 173 rej. 


L3344 


43 


38 


13 45 


199.7 


iS± 


9 ...lO-II 


1828-1- 


H 




965 


H 1093 


■ . • • 


43 


42 


58 2 


22.0 


5± 


10=10 


1828-1- 


H 


" Neat" 


966 


P1168 


w I"". 758 


43 


48 


-10 58 


203.0 


0.32 


8.0... 8.3 


1890.71 


/3 3 




967 


Hu 422 


SD (14°) 337 


43 


SO 


-14 30 


25.7 


0.29 


8.5... 8.8 


1901.90 


Hu 3 


(,Bul. L. 0. No. ai) 


968 


2 i6g 


0. Arg. H. 2045 


43 


54 


69 27 


132.3 


S-ii 


8.5. . .11.0 


1832.2s 


S 3 


i.^yel'sh 


969 


H2089 


.... 


44 


S 


42 53 


307.8 


20 ± 


9 ...9-10 


1830-1- 


H 




970 


H2088 


■ • . • 


44 


8 


51 4 


344-0 


6± 


10-11. .12 


1830-1- 


H 




971 


P1169 


DM(SI°) 420 


44 


17 


SI 46 


206.4 


2.20 


8.5. ..12.3 


1890.85 


/3 3 




972 


A. 6. 24 


DM (45°) 464 


44 


19 


45 13 


170.7 


15-93 


8.6... 8.8 


1903.38 


? 3 




973 


2 170 


0. Arg. N. 2047 


44 


24 


75 38 


246.8 


3-17 


6.7... 7-5 


1830.86 


S 5 


Ye I. wh.: bl. -wh. 


974 


2173 


DM (20°) 296 


44 


25 


20 31 


327.9 


10.43 


8.2... 8.5 


1830.12 


2 4 


Very wh. 


975 


HdS4 


DM (1°) 335 


I 44 


26 


I 55 


117. 3 


4.51 


9 ...10.5 


1867.96 


Hd 1 


A and B 1 
AandC 












213.4 


14.26 


...12 


1867.96 


Hd I 



19 



1>» 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 


880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Ma 


rnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


976 


S 176 rej. 




i''44 


-32=: 


28° 5': 


.... 


CI. IV 


8 . 


. . 9-10 






From Cat. Nov. 


977 


Ho 311 


W" I''. :ooo 


44 


32 


24 3 


174-2 


0^36 


7.0. 


.. 7.2 


1890.50 


Ho 2 




978 


Arg. 6 


0. Arg. N. 2065 


44 


39 


56 42 


130 ± 


20 ± 


7-8. 


-• 9 




/3 




979 


H3470 


Cord. DM (23°) 682 


45 


12 


-23 14 


298.9 


8± 


10 . 


--I0K 


1835- 


H 


(Seep. 1059) 


980 


2177 


W I.'' 783 


45 


13 


4 21 


121. 9 


34-27 


8.5. 


.. 9.0 


1829.87 


S 2 




981 


2 178 


P l". 191 


45 


40 


10 13 


193-3 


3-08 


7.8. 


.. 7-8 


1828.96 


2 3 


White 


982 


HU805 


DM (33°) 311 


45 


40 


33 19 


162. 1 


2.85 


8.8. 


. . II.O 


1902.7s 


Hu 1 




983 


H645 


w= i"". 1023 


45 


43 


30 53 


ii5± 


5± 


8 . 


. .11 


1820 + 


H 




984 


H 2092 




45 


50 


- 8 26 


74.0 


8± 


II 


= 11 


1830-f 


H 


^'Very neat" 


985 


Hu 12 


SD (10°) 390 


45 


51 


-10 31 


353-4 


1. 01 


9.0. 


. .11.2 


1899.84 


Hu 2 


M./.480) 


986 


23113 


VP I''. 1024 


46 


4 


44 3 


270.5 


1.49 


8.7. 


.. 8.7 


1833-23 


S 3 




987 


02 36 rej. 




46 


4 


4 4 




15- 


7 - 


. . 10 




OS 




988 


2179 


Andromedae 241 


46 


6 


36 44 


160.4 


3-46 


6.7. 


.. 7-7 


1831.04 


S 4 


White 


989 


H 1094 


55 Andromedae 


46 


6 


40 8 


356.5 


20+ 


6.7. 


■-14 


1828 + 


H 




990 


P259 


W l"". 805 


46 


20 


— 10 19 


236.0 


4-51 


8.7. 


. . II .2 


1875.82 


^ 3 




991 


H 2093 




46 


42 


51 54 


8± 


8± 


10 . 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 




992 


P260 


1-3444 


46 


45 


14 51 


228.1 


0.56 


8.3. 


.. 9.0 


1875.81 


^ 3 




993 


2 180 


7 Arietis 


46 


56 


18 42 


360.0 
85.2 


8.63 
228.76 


4.2. 


-- 4-4 
- 9 


1830.84 
1823.86 


S 7 
Sh I 


A and B ) 

} Very wh. 
A and C ) ^ 


994 


P512 


DM (18°) 244 


47 


12 


18 42 


27-3 


1-45 


9.0. 


•■13 


1878.01 


/3 2 




995 


P183 


1-3487 


47 


21 


— 17 20 


227.9 


2.69 


8.4. 


-- 9-4 


1876.03 


A 4 




996 


H3472 


Cord. DM (28°) 590 


47 


29 


—28 40 


50.4 


3± 


9% 


= 9V2 


1835.9 


H 




997 


2 181 rej. 


DM (37°) 404 


47 


32 


37 36 




CI. IV 


7 . 


.. 8-9 




S 




998 


2 182 


0. Arg. N. 2125 


47 


58 


60 42 


122.7 


3-46 


7.0. 


.. 7-0 


1836.46 


S 2 


Yet. ■wh. 


999 


Hd55 





48 




-31: 










1868. II 


Hd 


No description 


1000 


Lewis I 




48 




18 38 


65-7 


6.13 


9 . 


. .10 


1897.86 


L I 




lOOI 


Hu 423 


SD(i4°)354 


48 


10 


-14 48 


109.9 


1-77 


9.0. 


-- 9.5 


1901.90 


Hu 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


1002 


2 183 


DM (28°) 319 


48 


17 


28 13 


22.3 


0-55 


7-5- 


.. 8.2 


1833.12 


S 3 


A and B ) ^B mh.: 
AB and C ) C ash 














163.7 


5-68 




.. 8.8 


1832.31 


S 5 


1003 


H 1095 




48 


19 


69 45 


336.5 


9± 


II 


. .12 


1828 -f 


H 




1004 


H 1095 




48 


32 


IS 2 


179-4 


8± 


10 . 


..IS 


1828 + 


H 




1005 


H 2096 




48 


33 


55 55 


5.4 


3± 


10-11 


...13 


1830 + 


H 




1006 


H 2094 




48 


48 


68 47 


271 .0 




9 . 


. .10 


1830 + 


H 


"A R.A. =55" 


1007 


H 20go 




49 


± 


81 46 


340.0 


4± 


11 . 


. .12 


1830 + 


H 




1008 


2 4, App. I 


56 Andromedae 


49 


I 


36 40 


302.3 


177-53 


6.0. 


.. 6.0 


1836.19 


2 5 


White 


1009 


H 1097 




49 


3 


37 9 










1828 + 


H 




lOIO 


H 2098 




49 


3 


-22 8 


336-5 


i8± 


10 . 


..10+ 


1830 + 


H 




lOII 


A. G. 25 


DM (35°) 377 


49 


7 


35 27 


68.7 


5-33 


8.5. 


.. 8.6 


1902.56 


|8 2 




1012 


H646 




49 


23 


7 12 


i5o± 


12± 


10 . 


. .11 


1820 + 


H 




1013 


H ig 




49 


25: 


II 11: 


355± 


20+ 


12 . 


--13 


1820-f 


H 




1014 


A. G. 26 


A. G. Leip. 579 


49 


37 


14 31 


309.7 


27.47 


8.7. 


. .11 


1895.12 


Lp 1 




1015 


2 186 


P I''. 209 


49 


41 


I 15 


64.7 


1-23 


7.2. 


.. 7.2 


1831.12 


S 4 




1016 


H 2097 




49 


42 


55 53 


23-3 


8± 


10 . 


..12 


1830 + 


H 




1017 


H3243 




50 


29 


25 43 


61.5 


i5± 


lO-II 


=:IO-II 


1831 + 


H 




1018 


A. G. 27 


A. G. Leip. 584 


50 


31 


14 30 


257-3 


18.33 


9-2. 


•- 9-3 


1895.08 


Lp I 




1019 


2 184 rej. 


0. Arg. N. 2167 


50 


31 


73 23 




CI. IV 


8 . 


. .10 


.... 


.... 




1020 


H 1098 




50 


33 


59 35 


334-5 


I2± 


10 . 


. .11 


1828 + 


H 




1021 


2 189 


' DM (18°) 250 


50 


34 


18 22 


269.6 


8.52 


8.7. 


.. 9-8 


1829.52 


S 3 




1022 


2 187 rej. 


DM (30°) 307 


50 


38 


30 59 




CI. Ill 


8-9. 


. . II 


.... 




From Cat, Nov. 


1023 


H HOC 


B. A. 0. 588 


50 


47 


64 2 


310.4 


30 ± 


5-6. 


. .11-12 


1828 + 


H 




1024 


2 188 rej. 


DM (62°) 332 


50 


49 


62 19 


236.6 


40 ± 


9 • 


. .10 


1828 + 


H 




1025 
1026 
1027 
1028 


S404 
H2095 
2 185 

5v. 12 


DM (40°) 411 

DM (74°) 91 
\ Arietis 


50 
51 
51 
51 


49 

± 

I 

15 


40 48 
81 44 
74 55 
23 1 


67.4 
260.5 

40-3 
48.0 


20.59 

5± 

1-39 

36.62 


8 . 

9-10. 

7-0. 

4.9. 


. .10 

..14 
.. 8.5 
•- 7.7 


1824.87 
1830-)- 
1831.95 
1781.73 


S I 
H 

2 3 

Jit I 


"Small star Hue" 
Probably DM 
White ^^'-^^^ 


1029 


H 1099 




I 51 


15 


69 54 


191. 2 


10± 


10 . 


. .12 


1828 + 


H 














2 


















Within 121° of the North Pole 



P 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Di.staiice 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


1030 


H21OO 


DM (52°) 479 


ih jjm 


16= 


52°45' 


i7o?8 


10" ± 


9-10. . 


-13 


1830 + 


H 






1031 


A. G. 28 


DM (31°) 346 


51 


30 


31 21 


175-4 


3-18 


9.2.. 


• 9-5 


1902.59 


;8 


2 




1032 


H 2101 


.... 


51 


31 


55 48 


274.0 


6± 


10 . . 


.11 


1830 + 


H 




"Neat star" 


1033 


Ho 10 


Wlt^. 1 176 


SI 


43 


37 6 


198-5 


2.50 


8 .. 


.12 


1884.56 


Ho 


3 




1034 


P7 


58 Ceti 


51 


43 


- 2 39 


12. 1 


2.86 


7.0.. 


.12.0 


1875-53 


A 


3 




1035 


Huis 


SD(i2°)364 


52 


4 


-12 33 


103.7 


1. 00 


8.5-. 


. 9.0 


1899.91 


Hu 


2 


C^./. 480) 


1036 


P513 


48 Cassiopeiae 


52 


7 


70 19 


264.4 


1.04 


S.O.. 


■ 7-5 


1878.70 


/s 


3 


AandB 1 














SI-2 


23.67 




-13-6 


1891.62 


/3 


3 


AandC j- 














83.3 


47-09 




.13-0 


1898.86 


/3 


1 


AandD ) 


1037 


S 192 


DM (57°) 447 


52 


23 


57 57 


184. 1 


4-54 


8.2.. 


.10.8 


1832.25 


S 


3 


8.2 wh. 


1038 


Hon 


DM (33°) 333 


52 


24 


33 38 


139.7 


4-59 


9.0.. 


• 9-4 


1884.25 


Ho 


3 




1039 


2 194 


DM (24°) 288 


52 


34 


24 IS 


264.1 


1.24 


8.O.. 


- 8.3 


1831.45 


S 


3 


Yel. wh. 


1040 


2 igi 


Groom. 422 


52 


35 


73 16 


190.7 


5-59 


6.2.. 


. 8.5 


1832.15 


S 


5 


Wh.: Hue 


1041 


S195 


DM (43°) 405 


52 


46 


43 52 


194-6 


3-06 


8.5. . 


. 8.8 


1832.54 


s 


3 


White 


1042 


S193 


DM (59°) 380 


52 


54 


59 56 


193-8 


2.96 


8.3-- 


.10.7 


1832.24 


s 


3 


8.3 white 


1043 


2 igS 


P t'. 222 


52 


55 


20 26 


55-5 


2.37 


8.5.. 


.11.0 


1832.42 


2 


3 


A and B 1 














167.4 


39-46 




• 9-2 


1832.42 


S 


3 


A and C \ 8,5 yel. 














0.8 


183.68 




. 6 


1862.95 


Kn 


I 


AandD } 


1044 


Sh 22 


47 Cassiopeiae 


S3 


6 


76 42 


192.3 


93-59 


4 •- 


.10 


1821.97 


Sh 


I 


''White: tine" 


1045 


H 2103 


SD (22°) 328 


53 


II 


-22 47 


43-5 


40 ± 


9 •■ 


. 9 + 


1830+ 


H 




B=SD (22°) 329 


1046 


Espin 6 


DM (52°) 489 


S3 


15 


52 56 


204.0 


6.01 


7-9-- 


.10.8 


1899.87 


Es 


3 


iA. N. 3717) 


1047 


Sh24 


Ceti 292 


53 


24 


-23 30 


306. S 


9.08 


8 .. 


. 9 


1822.89 


Sh 


I 




1048 


2 198 rej. 


W I*". 929 


S3 


52 


6 7 


— 


CI. IV 


8 .. 


. 8.9 





S 






1049 


PS14 


L3698 


53 


57 


-13 54 


135-3 


6.20 


8.0. . 


.12.0 


1877.69 


? 


I 




1050 


2 197 


yp I*. 1247 


53 


59 


34 43 


233-6 


18.33 


7-3-- 


. 8.3 


1833-48 


s 


3 


White: ashy 


1051 


P785 


49 Cassiopeiae 


54 


4 


75 32 


245-7 


S.22 


6.0. . 


-13 


1881.70 


/3 


4 




1052 


P872 


1-3694 


54 


28 


32 44 


182. 1 


S-2S 


8.1. . 


.11.6 


1880.75 


? 


4 




1053 
1054 


H3476 
P515 


I- 3731 
1-3707 


54 
54 


29 
38 


- 9 6 
15 59 


183-7 
243-3 


60 ± 
I-5I 


6 .. 
7.7.- 


.10 
.12.5 


183s- 
1878.38 


H 


2 


" Large star very 

yellow " 


1055 


H iioi 





54 


41 


63 33 


98-4 


7± 


10 . . 


.11 


1828 + 


H 






1056 


2200 


DM (23°) 271 


54 


53 


23 31 


124.2 


7-98 


8.5.. 


. 9.0 


1832.62 


S 


4 


Very wh. 


1057 


0237 


Rad'. 587 


55 


26 


80 55 


223.6 


1-37 


7.0.. 


. 9-^ 


1848.49 


OS 


3 




1058 


Hn8o6 


DM (47°) 552 


55 


29 


48 3 


154-4 


1.67 


8.0.. 


.12.5 


1902.77 


Hu 


I 




1059 


Ho 12 


Wl". 1292 


55 


42 


34 5 


100.4 


3.10 


8.0. . 


.10.7 


1883.91 


Ho 


4 




1060 


H 1 102 




55 


48 


62 8 


54-5 


7± 


II . . 


.11 + 


1828 + 


H 




"Points back to a 

star C" 


1061 


2 202 


Piscium 


55 


50 


2 II 


335-7 


3-64 


2.8.. 


. 3-9 


1831.16 


S 


5 


Gr. wh: blue 


1062 


2 203 rej. 


.... 


55 


55: 


18 51: 




II-III 


9 -- 


- 9 




s 






1063 


2 199 


0. Arg. H. 2289 


55 


58 


67 6 


21.0 


35-76 


8.5.. 


. 8.5 


1831.59 


s 


3 


White 


1064 


2 201 


e Trianguli 


55 


58 


32 42 


119. 6 


3-72 


S.3-- 


.11.3 


1833.11 


s 


3 


5.3 very wh. 


1065 


H 2102 


DM (83°) 46 


56 


± 


83 22: 


178. s 


I2± 


10 .. 


.15-16 


1830 + 


H 






1066 


P873 


Bad". 597 


56 


7 


63 48 


29.1 


2.03 


7-3- 


.10.9 


1880.77 


/3 


6 




1067 


H20 


DM (11°) 266 


56 


15 


II 59 


iS± 


25 ± 


10 . 


.11 


1820 + 


H 




g.3in. in DM 


1068 


H647 


W I*". 980 


56 


16 


7 6 


50 ± 


30 ± 


10 . 


.10-11 


1820+ 


H 






1069 


2206 


DM (10°) 274 


56 


27 


ID 48 


134-0 


31-34 


8.0. 


- 9-2 


1829.87 


S 


2 


White 


1070 


0238 


7 Andromedae 


56 


32 


41 45 


62.4 


10.33 


3-0- 


. 5-0 


1830.02 


S 


6 


A and BC ) Goidm: 
B and C 5 ""' 














125.5 


0.48 


5-0- 


. 6.2 


1843-55 


OS 


3 


1071 


Kr 13 


A. G. Hels. 1831 


56 


38 


56 26 


343-5 


3-94 


9.2. 


■ 9-5 


1890.77 


/S 


1 




1072 


2 207 


DM (16°) 233 


56 


45 


17 4 


185-3 


11.62 


8.5. 


.11.0 


1831.17 


2 


3 




1073 


A 315 


SD(2°)346 


56 


48 


— 2 20 


324.2 


3-35 


9.0. 


-14-5 


1902.79 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 29) 


1074 


2 208 


10 Arietis 


56 


50 


25 21 


25.2 


1.98 


6.2. 


. 8.4 


1833-05 


S 


4 


Yel.: ash 


1075 


H2I05 




56 


S3 


-20 54 


64-9 


30 ± 


9 - 


.-ioYz 


1830-4- 


H 






1076 


2 209 rej. 


W. I*". 995 


57 


7 


- 7 59 




CI. IV 


8-9. 


. 8-9 


.... 


2 




From Cat. Nov. 


1077 


H 2104 


DM (52°) SCO 


57 


9 


52 27 


166.4 


25 ± 


9 


=9 


1830 + 


H 




"Fine" 


1078 


2 204 


DM (69°) 133 


57 


13 


69 22 


68.7 


1.20 


8.6. 


• 9-1 


1831.26 


2 


4 


YePsh 


1079 


H2107 


SD(20°)388 


57 


13 


—20 12 


359-6 


I0± 


10 . 


.10+ 


1830+ 


H 






1080 


H3478 


0. Arg. S. 1262 


I 57 


22 


-30 54 


•138-5 


30 ± 


8 . 


-8J^ 


1834 + 


H 







21 



lh_2ii 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 1 


88a 


Ded. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


IO81 
1082 
1083 


H2108 

H 2105 

]|[V. 102 


SD (9°) 390 
61 Ceti 


57 31 
57 39 


— 9°22' 
53 12 

- 55 


25i?4 

227.3 

193-7 


12" ± 

3± 

37.88 


10 ...12 
12 = 12 
6 ...10.5 


1830 + 
1830 + 
1783-65 


H 
H 

W I 


g.SinSD 

" Followed by 3 stars 
in an arch " 


1084 
1085 


A. G. 29 
H 1 103 


A. G. Berlin 619 
DM (63°) 291 


57 

57 


42 
42 


22 8 
63 35 


252.3 
iSo± 


8± 

I0± 


10 


..12 
••13 


1828 + 
1828 + 


H 
H 


A and B ) "AC est, 

\ by dia- 

A and C } gram" 


lose 


Hu 14 


SD(ll°)397 


58 


16 


-II 35 


18.8 


3-66 


9-1 


.. 9.1 


1899.91 


Hu 2 


(.4./. 480) 


1087 


A 442 


SD (7°) 352 


58 


22 


- 7 I 


266.8 


0.93 


9-0 


..12.5 


1903-75 


A 3 


Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


1088 

io8g 
1090 


S 211 rej. 

2 210 rej. 

H2111 


DM (36°) 402 


58 
58 
58 


24: 
30 

47 


- 6 0: 
36 23 
4 21 


355.5 


CI. IV 
CI. Ill 

8± 


8 

8-9 
10 


. .11 
. .10 

. .11 


1830 + 


S 
H 


From Cat. Nov. 

(See p. 1059) 


1091 
1092 


P516 
HU15 


SD (11°) 400 


59 
59 


6 
9 


- I 33 

— II 25 


285.0 
8.0 


1.07 
1-57 


8.0 
8.5 


..8.0 
. .10.0 


1877.92 
1899.88 


^ 2 
Hu I 


M./. 480) 


1093 


H 2112 


0. Arg. S. 1280 


59 


9 


-19 43 


177. 1 


iS± 


9 


. .12 


1830 + 


H 




1094 
1095 


S40S 
H 2109 


Groom. 445 
DM (54°) 461 


59 
59 


14 
16 


79 7 
54 32 


274.2 
216.3 


55-30 
5± 


7 
10 


. .11 


1823.97 
1830 + 


S 2 
H 


9.5m. in DM 


1096 
1097 


A. G. 30 
S212 


A. G. Leip. 623 
W t'. 1386 


59 
59 


19 
30 


12 46 
24 32 


165.9 


Dup.? 
2.04 


8.1 
8.0 


..8.5 


1892. 89 
1832.77 


Lp 

S 4 


White 


1098 


Ho 312 


1 1 Arietis 


2 


I 


25 8 


330.1 


1.09 


6.5 


. .12 


1890.07 


Ho 2 




1099 


H 1 105 








4 


58 24 


77-3 


I2± 


9-10 


. .11 


1828 + 


H 




1 100 


H 1 104 








8 


68 14 


97-4 


5± 


I] 


= 11 


1828 + 


H 




IIOI 


H21 


w i'. 104S 





IS 


9 54 


3I5± 


30 ± 


8 


■IS 


1820 + 


H 




1 102 


See 16 


Cord. G. C. 2092 





25 


-22 44 


36.1 


0.54 


8.1 


.. 9.1 


1897.74 


See 2 




1103 


A. G. 31 


A. G. Leip. 627 





25 


14 5 


i5o± 


30 ± 


8.8 


..ii.S 




Lp 




1 104 


H 1 106 







36 


63 8 


70.5 


6± 


10 


. .11 


1828 + 


H 




1 105 


2214 


W I*". 1067 


I 


2 


15 I 


190.3 


5-24 


8.0 


.. 9-8 


1831.89 


S 3 


8.0 white 


1 106 


S213 


DM (50°) 459 


I 


17 


50 30 


320 . 
61.2 


1-95 
7-03 


8.5 


.. 9-0 
..12.5 


1832.33 
1901.25 


S 3 
^ 2 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 


1 107 


H 1 107 


.... 


I 


39 


72 22 


90.5 


I2± 


10 


. .11 


1828 + 


H 




1 108 


2215 


DM (40°) 442 


I 


43 


40 13 


58.0 


19.20 


8.2 


.- 9-7 


183I.12 


S 2 


i.'^yel'sh 


1109 


A. G. 32 


DM (40°) 443 


I 


47 


40 16 


99.4 


21.40 


9-0 


.. 9.2 


1902.56 


iS 2 




mo 


H 2114 





I 


51 


-26 I 










1830 + 


H 




iiii 


Espin 48 


DM (42°) 456 


2 


II 


42 17 


182.9 


10.9 


7-2 


. .11.0 


I90I 


Es 




1112 


Arg. 7 


0. Arg. W. 2417 


2 


30 


55 50 


270± 


25 ± 


8-9 


-- 9 




/3 




1113 


2 217 rej. 





2 


30: 


54 39: 






8...S 


...9 


.... 


S 


CI. Ill and IV 


1 1 14 


2216 


DM (61°) 387 


2 


32 


61 47 


270.5 


0.59 


7-8 


.. 8.7 


1831.23 


2 3 


Yel. 


1115 
1116 


2218 

5 VI. 69 


W I*". 1 100 
14 Arietis 


2 
2 


35 
35 


— I 
25 22 


250.0 


4.78 
89.47 


7.0 

5-2 


.. 8.0 

.. 8.5 


1832.36 
1783-66 


S 4 
IJt I 


White 
A andB 
A and C 5 


1117 


Hno8 


.... 


2 


42 


63 55 


278.0 

211. I 


105.25 
4± 


lO-I 


-- 7-7 
. ..II 


1823.97 
1828 + 


S 2 
H 


1118 


Hu 16 


SD(io°)438 


2 


47 


-10 39 


329.1 


1.07 


8.9 


. .10.1 


1899.89 


Hu 3 


{A. J. 480) 


1119 
1120 

1121 
1122 
1 123 


H 2113 
2221 

H nog 
P874 
2 219 


0. Arg. N. 2413 
DM (19°) 329 

DM (38°) 422 
5 Persei 
W 1". 490 


2 
3 

3 
3 
3 


55 
3 

6 

8 

II 


70 43 
19 47 

38 37 
57 5 
32 48 


197-4 
145-2 
226.2 
i8i± 
273.6 
181. 6 


I2± 

8.38 

61.0 
i8± 
5.60 
11-39 


9 
7-7 

10 

6.5 

8.Z 


..14 
.. 8.9 
. .12 
. .11 
..12.5 
.. 9.0 


1830 + 

1836.91 

1856.09 

1828 + 

1880.60 

1831.45 


H 

S 3 
Wn I 
H 

? 3 
S 2 


"Neat" 
A and B ) 
A and C ) 

White 


1124 
1125 
1126 
1127 


H2116 
2222 
H 2110 
H2115 


SD(I0°)439 
59 Andromedae 


3 


33 
36 
± 
10 


-10 45 
38 28 
84 37 
54 34 


i5o± 
34-8 

320.3 
52.5 


i8± 
16.48 

4± 
6± 


9-10 

6-7 
10 

lO-I 


. .12 
.. 7.2 
..12 
[. . .11 


1830 + 
1831.45 
1830 + 
1830 + 


H 

S 3 

H 

H 


Very white 


1128 

1 129 

1 130 
1131 
1 132 


H3484 
2224 

H mo 
OS (App) 24 

HU17 


W U''. 20 

Rad." 632 
SD (13°) 396 


2 4 


14: 

22 

27 

31 

37 


-30 13: 
13 7 
67 59 
56 39 

-13 42 


63-5 
242.4 
212.8 
332.1 
260.1 


89.16 
4-97 
4± 

55-73 
2.01 


8 

7-5 
12 
6.7 
9-1 


•• 9J^ 
.. 8.0 
. .12 
.. 8.0 
. .11.0 


1837.01 

1830.53 
1828 + 
1875.64 
1899.89 


H I 

S 3 
H 

A 4 
Hu 3 


Measures from H^ 
Yel. wh.: wh. 

(A. J. 480) 



22 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



2^ 



Number 


Double Stat 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 

Angle 


Distance 


Ma£;nitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


"33 


Espin 47 


DM (47°) S80 


2'' 4"° 


39' 


47°4I' 


292?4 

259.1 


4^8 
19.8 


8.4.. 


.11 .0 
.10.5 


1 901 
1 901 


Es 
Es 


AandB ) (_A. N. 

A and C \ 3784) 

See p. 1059) 


"34 


H2I17 







40 


44 6 


29.3 


5± 


11= 


= 11 


1830 + 


H 


"Quadruple; the 

others 14 m." 


"35 


A. G. 33 


A. G. Leip. 647 




41 


II 46 


320.2 


39-81 


9.0.. 


.9.6 


.... 


Lp 




"36 


S225 


DM (53°) 474 




5 


53 39 


78.1 


5-69 


8.0. . 


.11.2 


1831-74 


2 3 


8.0 wh. 


"37 


S 227 


t Trianguli 




25 


29 45 


80.5 


3.68 


5.0. . 


. 6.4 


1836.73 


S 3 


Yel.: Hue 


1138 


Hiiii 







25 


63 41 


346.7 


5± 


lO-II. 


. .11 


1828 + 


H 




"39 


2 226 


DM (23°) 296 




27 


23 24 


249.8 


2.42 


7.8.. 


. 9*7 


1832.19 


2 3 


lX.yel. 


1 140 


Ho 497 


w n*. 66 




33 


3648 


73-7 


0.44 


8.2.. 


. 9.0 


1894.81 


Ho 2 




1 141 


<T 60 


6 Persei 




34 


SO 31 


75.8 


146.58 


5.8.. 


.10.2 


1852.78 


OS 3 




1142 


Hd56 




6 


: 


- 2 58: 


i58± 


5± 




.. 


1867.94 


Hd 




"43 


S223 


0. Arg. H. 2486 


6 


9 


80 10 


48.3 


0.65 


8.0. . 


.10.4 


1831.03 


S 4 


8.0 wk. 


"44 


S228 


Andromedae 259 


6 


21 


46 55 


262.1 


1.08 


6.7.. 


. 7.6 


1831.46 


S 5 


White 


"45 


P1275 


0. Arg. N. 2491 


6 


21 


54 45 


203.7 


3.26 


7.5-. 


.13-0 


1898.66 


|3 4 




1146 


5 N. 105 




6 


24: 


12 53: 





CI. I 






.... 


«c 




"47 


See 17 


0. Arg. S. 1387 


6 


27 


—21 25 


358.2 


9-04 


7.9.. 


.10.8 


1897.7s 


See I 




H48 


S 230 


0. Arg. K. 2493 


6 


28 


57 56 


257.3 


24.09 


7.5.. 


. 8.7 


1831.02 


S 2 


7.5 white 


"49 


S231 


66 Ceti 


6 


39 


- 2 57 


228.9 


15-54 


6.0. . 


. 7.8 


1832.67 


S 5 


Yefsh: blue 


1 150 


Z 229 


DM (33°) 383 


6 


50 


33 57 


I.O 


2.43 


8.6.. 


.10.0 


1832.87 


2 5 




"51 


H326 


SD (7°) 379 







- 6 56 


I2S± 


I0± 


9 -• 


.10 


1820 + 


H 




1152 


A 205 


DM (39°) SOI 




6 


39 12 


306.1 


1.54 


8.7.. 


.11.5 


1902.00 


A 3 




"53 


Hu 807 


DM (34°) 396 




14 


34 21 


144.4 


0.51 


8.4.. 


. 8.6 


1902.75 


Hu I 




"54 


Hu 424 


DM (23°) 300 




15 


23 8 


335.7 


1.63 


9.0. 


.11.0 


1901.85 


Hu 3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. ai) 


"55 


A 443 


SD (4°) 358 




16 


- 4 30 


137-5 


1. 14 


9-1- 


■ 9.4 


1903.00 


A 2 


(Bul.L.O.TAo.^) 


1 156 


H2118 






26 


72 50 


49.1 


25 ± 


9.10. 


.10 


1830-4- 


H 




"57 


Hu535 


DM (50°) 490 




27 


50 10 


49.0 


1.27 


8.8. 


.13-0 


1902.63 


Hu 4 


(Bui. L. 0. NoTi?) 


1158 


9 VI. no 


1-4130 




39 


- 336 


124.6 


80.87 






1783.0 


lit I 




"59 


2 232 


Trianguli 28 




43 


29 so 


245-5 


6.56 


7.5- 


. 7-5 


1832.03 


S 3 


Very wh,' 


1 160 


H 2120 


Cord. DM (26°) 802 


8 


6 


—26 20 


249.1 


23 ± 


9 - 


- 9+ 


1830 + 


H 




1161 


H 2119 




8 


18 


18 16 


300.7 


20 ± 


9-10. 


.11 


1830+ 


H 




1 162 


H 1112 


.... 


8 


25 


66 54 


225.5 


I2± 


10 


.13 


1828 + 


W 




1 163 


OS (App) 25 


p n*". 21, 22 


8 


29 


56 30 


204.2 


102.88 


6.1. 


• 7-1 


1875-64 


A 4 




1 164 


S234 


DM (60°) 457 


8 


34 


60 48 


239-2 


0.84 


7.8. 


. 8.7 


1831-SS 


2 3 


White 


1165 


5 III. 42 




8 


36: 


33 51: 




CI. Ill 






1781.78 


3jl 




1166 


S235 


DM(55°)S6o 


8 


53 


55 21 


43-4 


1. 71 


8.5. 


. 9.0 


1830.87 


2 3 


Yel-sh wk. 


1 167 


Ha57 




8 


54 


23 52 


95 ± 


7± 


9.2. 


- 9.3 


1881.02 


Hd 




1 168 


H22 




9 


: 


II 30: 


I00± 


7-8 


10 . 


.11 


1820 + 


H 




1 169 


S236 


DM (51°) 535 


9 


16 


SI 55 


259-1 


0.81 


8.5. 


■ 9-3 


1831.87 


2 3 




1170 


S237 


Schj. 654 


9 


17 


10 13 


238.4 


14-53 


8.4. 


. 8.7 


1836.86 


S 2 


White 


1171 


p786 


DM (55°) 563 


9 


18 


55 12 


353-0 


4.89 


8.S. 


- 9-9 


1881.57 


^ 4 




1172 


S233 


DM (75°) 90 


9 


26 


75 50 


278.4 


2.59 


8.5- 


. 9.0 


1832. II 


2 3 


White 


"73 


H 2121 




9 


32 


53 35 


165.0 


IS± 


10 


= 10 


1830 + 


H 




"74 


"•66 


5 Trianguli 


9 


36 


33 41 


341-9 


62.58 


5.2. 


• 13.7 


1902.68 


(3 2 




"75 


Pii70 


X Persei 


9 


39 


56 57 


313-3 


0.27 


II. 5. 


.11.7 


1890.74 


/3 3 


B and C ) 
A and BC ) 














352.6 


70.47 


6.2. 




1879.5s 


^ 2 


1176 


H1113 




9 


41 


65 55 


178.0 


4± 


10 


..14 


1828 + 


H 


(See p. 1059) 


"77 


A 206 


DM (36°) 453 


9 


56 


36 56 


108. 1 


0.8s 


8.3. 


..10.7 


1900.00 


A 3 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 














356.3 


10.92 


8.5. 


.. 9-0 


1830.92 


S 2 


1178 


OS 39 «/• 


Rad.' 649 


9 


59 


79 13 






7 • 










"79 


Hastings 


L4219 


10 


3 


-18 47 


311. 8 


2.22 


8.0. 


.. 9-0 


1879.92 


HI 2 




1180 


A 444 


SD (9°) 433 


10 


II 


- 9 28 


339-3 


1. 01 


8.8. 


. .11 .0 


1903.78 


A 3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. so) 


ii8i 


2 242 rej. 


Ceti 346 


10 


20 


— 10 23 





CI. IV 


6-7- 


. .10 


.... 


2 




1182 


A 445 


SD (5°) 421 


10 


24 


- 5 49 


182.4 


2.04 


9.0. 


. .11.0 


1903.00 


A 2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


"83 


S239 


p n". 38, 39 


10 


27 


28 12 


208.9 


14.03 


7.0. 


.. 8.0 


1832.42 


2 5 


White 


1 184 


S240 


Arietis 65 


10 


28 


23 19 


48.0 


4.71 


7.7. 


.. 8.2 


1832.19 


2 3 


White 


"85 


H349I 


0. Arg. S. 1439 


2 10 


34 


-21 34 


286.1 


S± 


9 ■ 


.. 9>^ 


1835- 


H 





23 



2" 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number 



Double Star 



Star Catalogue 



R. A. 1880 



Decl. 1880 



Position 
Angle 



Distance 



Magnitudes 



Epoch 



Observer 



Notes 



1 186 
I187 
I188 
ii8g 
iigo 
1191 
1192 

"93 
1194 
1 195 
iig6 

1197 
iig8 
1199 
1200 
1 201 
1202 
1203 
1204 
1205 

I206 

1207 
1208 
1209 

I2IO 
I2II 
I2I2 
1213 
12I4 
I215 
I216 
I2I7 
I2l8 

i2ig 
1220 
1221 
1222 
1223 
1224 
1225 
1226 
1227 
1228 
i22g 
1230 



Tucker 
H 1114 

2244 
A 207 
A. G. 34 

H 2122 

OS (App) 26 

2245 

2 246 

A. G. 35 

H 2123 

H1115 
2 247 rej. 
2 241 

0. Stone 5 

P437 
HuSoS 
H648 

P 1171 
H327 
H 2126 
H 2127 

9 VI. I 

H 2124 

H 2128 
2248 

Kug 
2250 
2 24g 

A. G. 36 

875 

H 2125 
2251 

H 2130 
0240 

HU425 

A. G. 37 
S254 

HU536 
P8 
2 252 

H349S 
Hu 426 
2256 



P 



I23I 


2 255 rej. 


1232 


H 2129 


1233 


Hu 427 


1234 


H2134 


1235 


S257 


1236 


H2132 


1237 


H3498 


1238 


Cordoba 


1239 


A. G. 38 



DM (37°) 518 
DM (56°) 522 
DM (56°) 530 

w= n"". 230 

DM (38°) 453 
DM(39°)5is 
DM (71°) 131 
Rad'. 673 
DM (39°) 517 ' 

w= n**. 236 

A. G. Leip. 672 
DM (72°) 125 
10 Trianguli 
DM (3°) 320 
DM (73°) 129 
Cord. DM (31°) 920 
L 4291 
DM (32°) 419 

DM (56°) 556 
SD (7°) 400 

DM (53°) 508 
Ceti 



DM (53°) 5X2 

w n". 278 

DM (24°) 336 

w= n"". 287 

DM (43°) 474 
DM (35°) 459 
9 Persei 

DM (73°) 134 
DM (38°) 46s 
0. Arg. S. 1488 
L4329 
DM (20°) 381 
DM (31°) 412 
DM (22°) 333 
DM (51°) 554 

w n". 210 
DM (66°) 208 
SD (11°) 446 
SD(i5°)407 
DM (48°) 662 

DM (59°) 480 
DM (76°) 79 
SD(lS°)4I0 

DM (60°) 472 
DM (72°) 130 

Lac. 711 

A. G. Leip. 690 



2" I0'"35'^ 

10 38 

10 48 

10 49 

10 50 

10 51 

10 52 



II 


2 


II 


13 


II 


28 


II 


33 


II 


57 


II 


59 


12 


7 


12 


10 


12 


12 


12 


26 


12 


30 


12 


45 


12 


46 


13 


10 


13 


II 


13 


16 


13 


17 


13 


18 


13 


28 


13 


31 


13 


31 


13 


57 


13 


58 


13 


58 


14 





14 


18 


14 


21 


14 


22 


14 


25 


14 


26 


14 


35 


14 


48 


14 


57 


14 


59 


15 


20 


IS 


25 


IS 


49 


IS 


50 


IS 


S3 


IS 


58 


IS 


59 


16 





16 


41 


16 


42 


16 


43 


16 


43 


2 16 


45 



37 32' 
56 35 
56 37 
21 41 

38 46 

39 27 

71 38 
59 28 
39 43 
33 56 

13 55 

72 55 
28 5 

3 37 

73 33 
-31 17 

3 39 

32 41 
31 58 
56 18 

- 7 24 
S3 8 
S3 8 

- 3 31 

71 45 
53 II 
42 14 
24 24 

36 52 
44 3 
35 30 
55 18 

74 4 
38 50 

-24 25 

37 57 
21 2 

33 42 
23 5 
52 

8 20 

66 18 

-II 29 

-IS 7 

48 48 

■59 26 
76 48 

-IS 1 

-II 10 

61 

72 14 

-28 25 
-29 54 

14 52 



240^8 
324-3 
335-7 
289.8 
126.4 

139-3 
199.7 
291.8 
122.5 

27.2 
206.8 

282.6 
204.9 

32.4 
218.4 
io5± 

21.4 
320 ± 

129.5 
90.0 

92.5 
199.0 

161. o 

47.2 

I3S-8 

194-7 

225.4 

162.0 

86.6 

264.9 

109.4 

56.0 

24.8 

293.0 

334-1 

317-9 

200.4 

44-8 

289 ± 

4.6 

I9S-5 

44-0 

159-4 
349-7 
265.2 
164.9 
I49± 
II7± 



260.0 



2f69 

I2± 

27.40 

4-45 
0.24 

30 ± 
63-45 
II. 01 
10.48 

23 ± 
So± 
CI. II 
19-75 

3-09 
7.16 
0.5 
6± 
1. 01 
20 ± 

5± 

74-70 

1 1 4 . 60 

i5± 

io± 
1.64 

12.67 
3-16 
2.28 

3-41 
11.58 

24 ± 
2.24 

35 ± 
0.59 
0.39 
5.02 

13-33 

0.57 

0.96 

3-12 

i5± 

0.70 

21 .10 

36.70 

CI. II 

io± 

1. 14 

9± 
0.60 
i8± 

36 ± 
io± 

III 
34-51 



8.5 

7 

7.2 



9 
6 

9 

8-5 
8.0 
8.0 
8.8 
9-10 
.6 



10 
Var 

10 

lO-I 
" 9 



9-10 
2 
8-9 
7 ■ 
9 



9 
10 

8.7 
9 

7-2 
9-10 

7 

^% 
8-7 



.10.5 
.10 
.12.5 
. 9-0 
. 9-6 

. 9-10 

. 6.5 

. 8.0 

. 8.5 

• 13 
.18 

- 9 
.10.0 
. 8.7 
.12 
.11.5 
.10-11 
.13-2 
.10 

.11 

•13 
.10 

■13 
. .11 
. 8.9 
.11.3 
. 9.0 
. 9.0 

- 9-5 
.12.3 
.10-11 
. 9.0 
.8-9 + 
. 8.6 
.10.0 

- 9-3 
.10.0 
.10.5 
. 9.2 
.11.2 
= 10 

- 9-3 

• 9-5 

• 9-5 

• 9 
-14 
.11.0 
.10-11 

• 7-7 
.10 
.11 
.16 
.10 

. 9.0 



1901.10 

1828+ 

1902.90 

1832.19 

1902.00 

1830+ 
1875-65 
1832.31 
1832.04 

1830+ 
1828 + 

1831.78 

1879.68 

1877.95 

1902.75 

1820+ 

1890.71 

1820-1- 

1830-+ 

1830+ 

1878.88 

1782.65 

1830-1- 

1830-1- 

1832.13 

1901.59 

1832.01 

1831.11 

1902.56 

1880.61 

1830-1- 

1832.14 

i830-f 

1850.64 

1901.96 

1902.5s 

1831.75 
1902.67 

1875-31 
1832.99 

1834-1- 
1901.95 
1831.98 
1831.98 

1830-1- 

1901.97 

1830-1- 

1830.53 
1830 + 
1830-I- 
1835. 

1895.17 



A 3 
H 

/3 2 

2 3 

A 2 



H 

A 4 
S 5 
S 3 
Lp 
H 
H 
S 

S 2 
/3 4 
^ 2 
Hu I 
H 

^ 3 

H 

H 

H 

^ 2 

IJl I 

H 

H 

S 

Ku 

2 

S 

H 

2 3 
H 

OS 4 

Hu 3 

;8 2 

S 2 

Hu 3 

J 4 

S 4 
H 

Hu 2 

S 2 

S 2 

s 

H 

Hu 3 
H 

S 3 
H 
H 
H 

Lp I 



'Dif. R. A.=4!6" 



YeVsh ivk.: 

bluish wJi, 
YeVsh: bluish 



(Seep. 1060) 



**A double star / 

two more ' 



A and B 
A and C 



YeVsh 

Kustner (3821) 
White 
Very wh,: ash 



g.4in, in DM 
YeVsh wh. 



{Bui. L. O. No. 21) 

8.5 yel. 

{Bui. L. O. No. 27) 

8.5 wh. 

*' A large star follows ' 
{Bui. L. O. No. 21) 
A and B ] 



A and B ) 

A and C ) 



White 



"Large star very 

red''"' 
{Bui. L. O. No. 21) 



YeVsh wh. 

A and C { DM 



24 



Within 121° Degrees of the North Pole 



21' 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A.I 


88a 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


1240 


P876 


DM (32°) 433 


2'' 1 6" 


46= 


32°58' 


235°4 


ifi9 


7-5 


..12.3 


1880.13 


/3 


4 


A and B 1 














26.8 


5.89 


9.5 


..10.2 


1832.53 


S 


3 


CandD >• TsyePsh 














143-6 


70.26 






1832.18 


s 


2 


A and C ; 


I241 


Hn7 


I'4370 


16 


49 


57 39 


186.5 


1-79 


8.1 


..10.4 


1881.56 


iS 


4 




1242 
1243 


H1116 
Espin 7 


DM (71°) 139 
DM (54°) 539 


16 
16 


52 
52 


71 IS 
54 42 


123-7 
258.7 


7± 
11.44 


9-10 
7.0 


. .11 

..13.6 


1828 + 
1899.95 


H 

Es 


3 


(See p. 1060) 
{A. N-. 37.7) 


1244 


H2135 




16 


55 


-17 3S 


1.6 


10± 


10 


..lO-II 


1830 + 


H 




"A third near" 


1245 


H64g 




17 


4 


9 4 


I20± 


iyz± 


IS 


..16 


1820 + 


H 






1246 


Espin 49 


DM (46°) 566 


17 


6 


46 31 


150-3 


35-7 


8.7 


.. 


I90I. 


Es 




A and B (^. ^_ 

BandC ^ 3784) 
See p. 1060) 

(v4.A-.3233) 


1247 


Ho 313 


w n". 249 


17 


22 


- 823 


94 ± 
75-7 


i.7± 
1.42 


10.7 
8.3 


. .11.0 
.. 8.7 


I90I. 
1890.03 


Es 
Ho 


2 


1248 


S 259 rej. 


0. Arg. H. 2728 


17 


31 


47 31 


18.0 


12.61 


8.5 


..12 


1833.23 


S 




(See p. 1060) 


1249 


H H17 





17 


53 


63 49 


293.0 


S± 


10 


..12 


1828 + 


H 






1250 


S261 


DM (10°) 321 


17 


55 


10 57 


249.2 


3-01 


8.6 


.. 8.7 


1832.38 


2 


4 


Yel'sk wh. 


1251 


H2133 


DM (72°) 134 


18 





72 33 


I5S-0 


20± 


9-10 


. .10 


1830 + 


H 






1252 
1253 


P738 
Ho 314 


Lac. 720 

w" n''. 264 


18 
18 



5 


-30 25 
- 825 


182.6 
198.4 


0.64 
3.95 


7-5 
8.4 


.. 7.5 
..10.2 


1879.70 
1890.03 


Ho 


2 
2 


(See p, 1060) 
(^. AT. 3233) 


1254 


Hus37 


DM (48°) 670 


18 


9 


48 41 


16.6 


1.92 


8.2 


.. 9.i: 


1902.72 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


1255 


2260 


DM (53°) 526 


18 


10 


53 44 


348.1 


6.58 


8.2 


.. 8.7 


1831.23 


S 


3 


White 


1256 


S265 


SD (2°) 404 


18 


24 


- 2 18 


136.6 


12. OS 


8.2 


.. 8.7 


1829.87 


S 


2 


White 


1257 


A 446 


SD (6°) 473 


18 


40 


- 6 26 


348-8 


0-45 


9.1 


-. 9-3 


1903.75 


A 


3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. so) 


1258 


H650 


.... 


18 


46 


2 57 


30 ± 


I0± 


II 


..II 


1820 + 


H 






1259 


2 266 


w n". 282 


18 


48 


— 2 39 


268.3 


7-39 


8.2 


.. 8.7 


1829.88 


S 


3 


Very wh. 


1260 


P517 


CeH 374 


18 


54 


— 4 26 


248.4 


10.82 


7-5 


..12.5 


1877.99 


^ 


I 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 














286.9 


54-97 




..II. 5 


1878.99 


/3 


I 


1261 


A. G. 39 


A. G. Lelp. 706 


18 


55 


13 59 


355 ± 


i7± 


8.7 


.. 9.7 


1893-93 


Lp 






1262 


2262 


I Cassiopeiae 


19 


10 


66 52 


276.7 


1.86 


4.2 


.. 7.1 


1829.66 


S 


5 


AandB^j,^;.^,^^. 
AandC) il"' 














107-3 


7-63 




.. 8.1 


1829.85 


s 


S 


1263 


P739 


0. Arg. S. 1542 


19 


33 


-30 24 


264. 5 


2.13 


8.1 


.. 8.7 


1879.68 


? 


3 




1264 


Ho 216 


DM (30°) 396 


19 


55 


30 45 


331-4 


0.98 


8.0 


..10.5 


1887.00 


Ho 


2 




1265 


2 267 rej. 


DM (53°) 529 


19 


54 


53 SO 





III-IV 


8 


.. 8 





S 






1266 


H 2140 


SD(ll°)459 


19 


59 


— II 10 


240 ± 


8± 


9-10 


. .10 


1830 + 


H 






1267 


H3500 


0. Alg. S. 1548 


20 


12 


-21 S3 


341.8 


i5± 


8K 


.. 9 


1835. 


H 






126S 


^. m. 80 


0. Arg. S. 1551 


20 


18 


-15 S3 


292.4 


11.27 






1783. 65 


St 


I 




1269 


02 (App) 27 


p n*". 85 


20 


19 


10 2 


31.2 


73-96 


6.7 


.. 7.7 


1875.42 


J 


4 




1270 


H2138 


SD (6°) 479 


20 


26 


- 6 13 


163.9 


6± 


10 


..II 


1830+ 


H 




g.s'm. in SD 


1271 


2263 


• • > > 


20 


40 


60 7 


100.4 


14.56 


8.0 


..W.J. 


1832.20 


S 


2 


AandB 




2264 


.... 








225-7 

262. 5 


16.69 
38.82 


9.0 


. .10.0 


1832.20 
1832.20 


S 

s 


2 
2 


A' and B' [■ 
A and A^ 


1272 


D005 


.... 


20 


42 


61 12 


183.2 


1.25 


10.5 


..10.3 


1900.62 


Doo 


2 




1273 


H2137 


DM (42°) 523 


20 


44 


42 42 


136.4 


20 ± 


9 


. .10 


1830+ 


H 




8.5m. in DM. 


1274 


H2i3e 


DM (53°) 531 


20 


54 


53 19 


37-1 


S± 


9-10 


. .10-11 


1830+ 


H 






1275 


2268 


DM (54°) 557 


20 


58 


55 


129. 1 


2.69 


6.9 


.. 8.2 


1831.63 


S 


5 


Wh.: Hue 


1276 


HU428 


DM (22°) 350 


21 


23 


22 48 


59-8 


0.49 


9.2 


.- 9-5 


1901.94 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


1277 


PII72 


DM (56°) 63s 


21 


27 


56 42 


238-3 


1.64 


8.4 


. .10.9 


1890.71 


? 


3 




1278 


2269 


p n". 89 


21 


46 


29 23 


340-4 


1.90 


7.5 


.. 9-8 


1832.36 


S 


3 


Yel.: ash 


1279 


H2I4I 


.... 


22 


13 


44 57 


145. 


4± 


13 


..14 


1830+ 


H 






1280 


2 270 


.... 


22 


21 


55 I 


302.1 


21.18 


7-2 


.. 9-0 


1829.19 


S 


2 


7.2 wh. 


1281 


H2139 


DM (52°) 590 


22 


38 


52 38 


i3o± 


% 


9 


-• 


1830+ 


H 






1282 


A 447 


SD (7°) 436 


22 


40 


- 7 36 


150. 1 


2-93 


9-0 


..12.0 


1903.81 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


1283 


Hu 18 


SD (11°) 467 


22 


46 


— II 10 


250.4 


4.48 


8.5 


..12.5 


1900.10 


Hu 


3 


(A. J. 480) 


1284 


A 448 


SD (9°) 467 


22 


50 


- 9 17 


39-5 


0.67 


8.5 


.. 9-8 


1903.81 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


1285 


P518 


CeH 389 


23 


II 


9 2 


138.4 


I-S7 


6.5 


..II.O 


1878.00 


i8 


3 




1286 


P1314 


DM (57°) 582 


2 23 


14 


57 10 


119. 6 


3-53 


7.5 


..13-2 


1902.90 


? 


3 


AandB"] 
















333 -S 


13-25 




.. .11.8 


1902.90 


|S 


3 


AandC 
















162.8 


15-I1 




...14 


1902.91 


/s 


2 


AandD 
















268.5 


25.17 




...II. 8 1902.90 


^ 


2 


A and E J 





25 



2'' 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A.I 


880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Ang:Ie 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


1287 


DOO6 


DM (61°) 422 


jh 23™ 1 7= 


6l°l6' 


289?6 


iro7 


7-7- 


.11.2 


1900.62 


Doc 


2 


{Pui. Flower 

Obsy. I) 


1288 


P519 


w n*". 367 


23 


38 


- 2 48 


58.8 


0.80 


8.2. 


- 9-7 


1878.40 


/s 


2 


1289 


S271 


p n''. 96 


23 


38 


24 42 


180.5 


11.86 


6.5. 


.11.0 


1831.7s 


S 


2 


6-5 J"/. 


1290 


H 2142 


DM (53°) 538 


23 


S3 


S3 43 


308.6 


7± 


9-10. 


.10 


1830 + 


H 




A and B ) 
A and C ) 














359.5 


8± 




.10 


1830+ 


H 




1291 


P304 


L 4613 


24 


5 


36 56 


283.1 


17.86 


7.5- 


-11-5 


1879.83 


/3 


2 




1292 


H1118 




24 


8 


66 9 


120.0 


3± 


II 


.11-12 


1828 + 


H 






1293 


A. G. 40 


DM (20°) 410 


24 


10 


20 58 


245.8 


5.60 


9.0. 


.10.0 


1901.85 


Hu 


2 




1294 


Ku 10 


DM (32°) 456 


24 


14 


32 23 


355-5 


3-50 


9.4. 


.10.0 


1901.44 


Ku 


2 


Kustner (3831) 


1295 


S272 


DM (57°) 58s 


24 


23 


57 56 


42.3 


1-73 


8.2. 


. 8.2 


1830.87 


S 


3 


Very w&. 


1296 


H3502 


B. A. C. 773 


24 


26 


-23 13 


83-5 


25 ± 


bVz. 


-13 


1835.86 


H 




(Sec p. 1060) 


1297 


H2143 


DM (56°) 656 


24 


53 


57 


20.4 


iS± 


9-10. 


.11 


1830 + 


H 






1298 


H2144 


DM (48°) 69s 


24 


59 


48 20 


261.5 


20. 


9-10. 


.11 


1830 -h 


H 






1299 


OS 42 


Rad'. 732 


25 


6 


SI 47 


no.o 


0.40 


7.0. 


- 7-5 


1847.5s 


OS 


3 




1300 


H3504 


0. Alg. S. 1607 


25 


10 


-30 53 


271-3 


7± 


8 . 


- S'A 


1834 + 


H 






J301 


2274 


w n''. 400 


25 


20 


34 


218.2 


13-47 


7-2. 


■ 7-7 


1833-37 


S 


3 


Fery wh. 


1302 


H2145 




25 


21 


17 II 


218.4 


7± 


lO-II 


•-13 


1830 + 


H 






1303 


S273 


w n*". 580 


25 


23 


17 51 


358.3 


6.87 


7-7- 


. 8.7 


1830.87 


S 


3 


White 


1304 


H651 


.... 


25 


43 


3 44 


I20± 


3± 


II . . 


•15 


1820 + 


H 






130S 


Hove 6 


.... 


25 


46 


- 8 5 


205.1 


2.20 


9.6. 


.10.0 


1877.32 


A 


2 




1306 


A. G. 41 


DM (35°) 500 


25 


51 


35 23 


261 .0 


4.40 


9.1.. 


• 9-3 


1902.57 


P 


2 




1307 


H iiig 




25 


56 


69 59 


321-4 


I0± 


lO-II. 


•-13 


1828 + 


H 




A and B ) ..^ fourth 
A and C ) =' 3"°" " 














22.0 


ii± 




-14 


1828+ . 


H 




1308 


H652 


DM (8°) 392 


26 


9 


9 3 


320 ± 


2J^± 


10 . . 


.10+ 


1820 + 


H 






1309 


2276 


DM (5°) 353 


26 


20 


5 48 


253-3 


2.29 


8.8.. 


. 8.8 


1830.68 


S 


4 




1310 


H653 


W n"". 598 


26 


26 


30 53 


43 ± 


i7± 


9 -- 


.12 


1820 + 


H 




Orange red: blue 


1311 


Hu 203 


DM (52°) 599 


26 


29 


52 15 


69.1 


U.70 


9-5-- 


- 9-5 


1900.84 


Hu 


3 


M.7.494) 


1312 


A 316 


SD(2°)433 


26 


36 


- 2 17 


84.0 


0-43 


8.4.. 


. 9.0 


1902.77 


A 


3 


i^Bul. L. 0. No. 29) 


1313 


A. G. 42 


DM (39°) 566 


26 


48 


39 46 


143-5 


6.18 


8.6.. 


• 9-1 


1902.57 


P 


2 




1314 


A 449 


SD (7°) 449 


27 


15 


- 7 24 


347-0 


3-97 


8.9.. 


.11.7 


1903.80 


A 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. so) 


1315 


H3505 


0. Arg. S. 1633 


27 


32 


-18 53 


23 ± 


20± 


8 .. 


.12 


1834 + 


H 




9 m. in 0. Arg. 


1316 


Hn63 


DM (11°) 355 


27 


53 


II 18 


289.0 


1. 17 


9-0.. 


■ 9-4 


1888.09 


Coir 


■3 




1317 


2277 


DM (59°) 519 


27 


57 


59 22 


136-5 


2.91 


7-7- 


.11.0 


1831.I9 


S 


3 


7.7 «''4. 


1318 


H 1 120 


w» n". 633 


27 


57 


39 8 


100. 


i5± 


7 -. 


.12 


1828 + 


n 




A and B j " C est. 

from dia- 
AandC) gram" 














320± 


25 ± 






1828 + 


n 




1319 


2280 


W V^. 442 


28 


8 


— 6 10 


349-8 


3-77 


7.S-. 


• 7-7 


1831.16 


s 


3 


r./v, ^'""'"'"^ 


1320 


2279 


1-4752 


28 


IS 


36 47 


71.2 


16.95 


6.0. . 


.II.U 


1831.48 


2 


3 


6.0 very ycU 


1321 


2 278 


A. G. Chris. 462 


28 


23 


68 47 


82.0 


0-43 


8.4.. 


. 8.7 


1830.77 


s 


4 


White 


1322 


H3506 


B. A. C. 790 


28 


35 


-28 45 


241. 1 


5± 


6^.- 


. 8 


1835.87 


H 






1323 


H2147 




28 


52 


45 32 


164.9 


I0± 


lO-II. 


..11 


1830 + 


H 






1324 


HdZ 




29 





37 






8 .. 












1325 


Hu 429 


SD (16°) 465 


29 


23 


-16 7 


140.9 


4.16 


8.5.. 


.13-0 


1902.05 


Hu 


2 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


1326 


Arg. 8 


0. Arg. N. 2946 


29 


29 


49 44 






8 .. 












1327 


H2146 


DM (76°) 87 


29 


30 


76 18 


82.5 


30 ± 


10= 


=10 


1830 + 


H 




"Both stars red" 


1328 


2281 


V Ceti 


29 


33 


S 4 


83.3 


7-72 


5.0.. 


. 9-6 


1831.92 


S 


4 


(See p. 1060) 
Yel.: ash 


1329 


02 (App) 28 


Rad". 746, 747 


29 


37 


62 4 


147-0 


67.76 


6.1. . 


• 7.1 


1875-53 


A 


4 




1330 


H2148 




29 


38 


—13 18 


332.2 


i8± 


9-10.. 


.10 


1830 + 


H 






1331 


Kr 14 


A. G. Hels. 2384 


29 


40 


63 13 


288.5 


11.66 


9.3-- 


.10.0 


1890.77 


P 


I 




1332 


S 5, App. I 


30 Arieiis 


30 


4 


24 8 


273.0 


38.56 


6.1. . 


• 7-1 


1835-30 


S 


5 


YeFsh wh. : wh. 


1333 


H 2150 




30 


12 


-24 49 


251.4 


9± 


12 . . 


-13 


1830 + 


H 






1334 


Hu8o9 


SD(I5°)459 


30 


13 


-IS 46 


61.0 


0.68 


9.0.. 


.12.0 


1902.03 


Hu 


I 




1335 


H3511 


0. Arg. S. 1665 


30 


30 


— 21 56 


94-3 


i8± 


VA.. 


.10 


1835.86 


H 




yellow: Hue 


1336 


H3512 


Cord. DM (25°) 1021 


30 


45 


-25 17 


37± 


i5± 


lo'A.. 


.11 


1835.88 


H 




'*The/ of two 


1337 


H 2149 




30 


46 


51 10 


258.0 


8± 


10 . . 


.12 


1830-+ 


H 




double stars" 


1338 


P520 


L4858 


30 


49 


- 4 6 


210.2 


0.78 


9.0.. 


.10.5 


1877.96 


/3 


I 




1339 


H3515 


Cord. DM (25°) 1023 


2 30 


52 


—25 20 


IIO± 


20 ± 


io>^.. 


.11 


1835.88 


H 




"The/of two" 












! 


e 

















Within 121° of the North Pole 



2^ 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


1340 


P305 


Persei 58 


jh JO" 


53" 


37°i2' 


205?2 


2o!'8o 


7.0.. 


.11.2 


1875.82 


A 4 






I341 


2282 


0. Arg. N. 2973 


31 


8 


65 8 


294.0 


7.04 


8.3.. 


. 8.3 


1831.59 


S 3 


While 




134a 


2 283 


DM (60°) 540 


31 


18 


60 58 


209.2 


1.83 


8.0. . 


. 8.8 


1831.22 


S 3 


Ye I.: ashy 




1343 


H54S4 




31 


18 


6 12 


55 ± 


20 ± 


10 .. 


.11 


1823 + 


H 






1344 


Cordoba 


Cord. DM (26°) 943 


31 


27 


—26 13 


.... 


CI. I 


9K.. 


. 


.... 


.... 






1345 


2284 


DM (60°) 541 


31 


32 


60 46 


197.7 


5.29 


8.0. . 


.10.0 


1830.74 


2 3 


i.oyeFsh 




1346 


2285 


•w» n''. 72s 


31 


41 


32 54 


177-5 


1.85 


7.0.. 


• 7.7 


1832. II 


S 5 


Yel. 




1347 


H 2152 


w» n". 731 


31 


53 


19 12 


64-3 


25 ± 


7 .. 


.14 


1830 + 


H 






1348 


H2153 




32 


6 


16 58 


352.0 


i8± 


9-10. . 


. 9-10 


1830 + 


H 






1349 


A 450 


A. G. Hico. 539 


32 


19 


- I 56 


219.9 


0.39 


8.0.. 


. 8.5 


1903.62 


A 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 


5°) 


1350 


A. G. 43 


A. G. Lelp. 767 


32 


20 


14 55 


58.0 


3.48 


9.4.. 


. 9.4 


1895.84 


Lp 1 






I351 


A 451 


SD (6°) SII 


32 


21 


— 6 30 


152. 1 


1-54 


8.6.. 


. 9.8 


1903.81 


A 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 


SO) 


1352 


2288 


W" n. 53° 


32 


22 


-II 54 


213.6 


11.92 


8.0.. 


.11.0 


1831.20 


S 3 


Z.oyel. 




I3S3 


2287 


L4903 


32 


25 


14 20 


73.9 


6.56 


7.5.. 


. 9-8 


1830.86 


S 3 


i.syi- 




1354 


P1315 


DM (13°) 422 


32 


32 


13 59 


130.7 


1. 51 


8.3.. 


• 9-3 


1903.75 


|3 4 


A and B 1 
A and C ) 
















56.4 


77-44 




. 9.3 


1903.71 


/S 3 




1355 


2286 


DM (33°) 481 


32 


34 


33 26 


251.8 


2.71 


8.0.. 


.10.3 


1830.18 


S 3 


Z.oyel'sh 




1356 


02 (App) 30 


L 4910 


32 


35 


8 24 


2.13.7 


68.71 


7.4.. 


. 9.0 


1875.42 


A 4 






1357 


Ho 315 


w n". 537 


32 


52 


- 2 6 


359-2 


1.04 


8.0. . 


. 8.2 


189I .92 


Ho 2 






1358 


H 1121 




33 


8 


68 14 


242.3 


9± 


II . . 


.12 


1828 + 


H 






1359 


2290 


SD (2°) 462 


33 


13 


- 2 25 


219.8 


10.24 


8.1. . 


.10.1 


1830.61 


S 4 


%.iyersh 




1360 


HU538 


DM (52°) 614 


33 


22 


52 22 


308.8 


0.24 


9.0.. 


.10.3 


1902.03 


Hu 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 


»7) 


1361 


H2154 




33 


29 


42 10 


147.0 


I0± 


10 . 


.12 


1830+ 


H 






1362 


H3518 


0. Arg. S. 171S 


33 


38 


—28 41 


19.6 


I0± 


i%. 


.12 


1835.87 


H 


A and B ) 
A and C 5 
















299 ± 


I2± 


■ 


.12 


1835-87 


H 




1363 


A. G. 44 


DM (34°) 492 


33 


39 


34 19 


287.5 


10.12 


9.0. 


• 9.1 


1902.55 


/3 2 






1364 


2289 


33 Arietis 


33 


40 


26 33 


359-4 


28.54 


5.8. 


. 8.7 


183I.71 


S 3 


S.8 yeTsh 




1365 


0243 


L4924 


33 


42 


26 6 


93.0 


0.46 


7.2. 


. 8.8 


1848.72 


OS 2 


Wh.: ash 




1366 


A. G. 43 


DM (7°) 410 


33 


49 


7 22 


350 ± 


3± 


9-3- 


-10.5 


1895. 








1367 


A. G. 46 


DM (39°) 603 


33 


53 


39 45 


345-1 


37-70 


9.0. 


- 9-2 


1902.57 


? 2 






1368 


Lewis 2 




34 




26 28: 


309.8 


0.21 


8.5. 


- 9-5 


1896.10 


L I 






1369 


H2151 


0. Arg. N. 3016 


34 


I 


74 54 


135.0 


I2± 


6-7- 


.15 


1830 + 


H 






1370 


Hu539 


DM (48°) 737 


34 


12 


48 54 


80.7 


0.30 


8.6. 


. 8.8 


1902.00 


Hu 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 


27) 


1371 


A. G. 47 


A. G. Leip. 782 


34 


12 


14 29 


311. 8 


22.55 


9.2. 


. 9.5 


1895.18 


Lp I 






1372 


H 1123 


•w n". 778 


34 


15 


42 17 


252.0 


i5± 


9 - 


. 9 


1828 + 


H 






1373 


H 1124 


DM (42°) S9I 


34 


23 


42 12 


152.0 


6± 


8 .. 


.12 


1828 + 


H 






1374 


2291 


DM (18°) 337 


34 


23 


18 17 


119. 


3-25 


7-4- 


. 7-7 


1832.18 


S 6 


A and B ) 1 

f AB ink 1 














121. 5 


66.25 


(12 


-13) 


1825.77 


S I 


A and C 5 




1375 


0244 


DM (42°) 598 


34 


31 


42 II 


58.6 


1-47 


7.8. 


. 8.5 


1850.24 


OS 4 






1376 


Espin 8 


DM (52°) 616 


34 


33 


S3 I 


42.6 


12.77 


5 . 


.14 


1899-97 


Es I 






1377 


H328 


.... 


34 


37 


35 58 


255 ± 


8± 


10 . 


.14 


1820 + 


H 






1378 


024s 


W n". 573 


34 


39 


4 21 


295.9 


1. 61 


7.0. 


. 9.2 


1847.60 


OS 3 






1379 


H 1122 


DM (63°) 354 


34 


42 


63 39 


216. 1 


I2± 


8-9. 


.10-11 


1828 + 


H 


g.om. in DM 




1380 


A. G. 48 


A. G. Leip. 784 


34 


44 


10 52 


215.3 


3-S2 


9.0. 


. 9.2 


1893-97 


Lp I 






1381 


H 1126 




34 


48 


42 17 













H 






1382 


A. G. 49 


DM (37°) 604 


34 


51 


38 6 


342.8 


15.00 


9.0. 


. 9.3 


1902.69 


? 2 






1383 


2 292 


DM (39°) 612 


34 


54 


39 45 


210.7 


23.11 


7.5. 


. 8.2 


1831.83 


S 4 


White 




1384 


P521 


Persei 67 


34 


59 


47 45 


153.7 


5.86 


6.2. 


.11.2 


1878.66 


/S 2 






1385 


H2155 




35 


I 


42 18 


321.2 


iS± 


9-10. 


.11 


1830 + 


H 






1386 


2295 


84 Celt 


35 


4 


— I 12 


334-6 


4-85 


6.0. 


. 9.2 


1831.90 


S 4 


Yel.: ash 




1387 


See 19 


Cord. G. C. 2837 


35 


9 


-24 39 


323-8 


0-57 


8 . 


. 8.6 


1897-73 


See I 






1388 


2294 


DM (36°) 540 


35 


21 


3638 


102.2 


7.09 


9.2. 


. 9.7 


1831-33 


S 3 






1389 


2293 


DM (56°) 705 


35 


31 


56 33 


57-5 


6.61 


8.5. 


.11.7 


1830.87 


S 3 






1390 


P522 


H Arietis 


35 


36 


19 30 


265.8 


19.10 


6 . 


.12.5 


1878.75 


IS I 






1391 


Hu 540 


DM (51°) 621 


35 


37 


51 27 


218.2 


3-74 


8.5. 


. .12.0 


1902.00 


Hu 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No 


.27) 


1392 


H1125 




2 35 


39 


67 48 


223.4 


20 ± 


9-10. 


..II 1828+ 


H 







27 



2^ 



Burnham: General Catalog;ue of Double Stars 



1393 
1394 
1395 
1396 

1397 
1398 
1399 
1400 
1401 
1402 

1403 
1404 

1405 
1406 
1407 



1408 
1409 
1410 
1411 
1412 

1413 

1414 

1415 
1416 
1417 
1418 
1419 
1420 
1421 
1422 

1423 
1424 

1425 
1426 
1427 
1428 
1429 
1430 
1431 
1432 
1433 
1434 

1435 
1436 
1437 
1438 

1439 
1440 



Double Star 



2 296 

A 317 

Espin 50 
S 297 



P 



H654 
306 
A 452 
H3523 

S 299 
Hu 430 
H 1127 
H3524 

2 300 
Espin 9 
H2157 



H2156 
P261 
2303 

Howe 7 

Arg. 9 

A. G. so 
2 301 

A 453 

Hn64 
P9 

Hu 205 
P83 
2 302 
P307 

A. G. 51 
^262 

HdsS 
2 304 rej 
230s 

Espin 120 

H655 

H= (No. 763) 

H' (No. 764) 
2 309 reJ. 
P 1002 

Espin 51 

A. G. 52 
2308 

Hu 206 
2306 

P523 
S307 



Star Catalogue 



e Persei 

SD (2°) 476 
DM (54°) 601 
0. Aig. N. 3102 

L 5016 
Arietis 10^ 
SD (7°) 473 

7 Ceii 

DM (20°) 453 

L 5068 
P n"". 160 
DM (52°) 624 
0. Aig. W. 31 18 



Lac. 846 

SD (2°) 480 

0. Arg. S. 1780 

0. Aig. N. 314s 

B. A. C. 854 

A. G. Bonn 2364 

0. Arg. K. 3148 

SD (6°) 537 

DM (1°) 456 

LS107 

DM (49°) 773 

L 5140 

DM (64°) 3SI 

1-5133 

DM (36°) 559 

w n*". 944 
LS119 

Arietis 114 
DM (53°) 576 
DM (9°) 362 



w n**. 687 

0. Aig. S. 1810 
DM (53°) 578 

A. G. Lelp. 1 031 

DM (48°) 765 
1-5135 

DM (33°) 517 
ri Persei 



R. A. 1880 



2" 35° 59' 
36 13 
36 18 
36 39 

36 49 

36 S3 

36 55 

37 : 



37 
37 
37 



37 27 

37 29 

37 55 

38 24 



38 28 

38 32 

38 35 

38 45 

38 46 

38 S3 

38 59 

39 6 



39 


18 


39 


20 


39 


40 


39 


43 


40 





40 


8 


40 


29 


40 


33 


40 


33 


40 


36 


40 


40 



40 41 

41 6 



41 
41 
41 



7 
16: 
22: 



41 


24 


41 


29 


41 


36 


41 


38 


41 


40 


41 


49 


41 


52 


41 


55 


41 


56 



48°43' 

- 2 52 

54 25 

56 3 

34 37 

25 8 

-70 

-30 4 

2 44 

20 28 

69 17 

-20 48 

28 57 

52 39 

72 25 



75 32 

— 28 25 

— 2 28 
-28 57 

49 37 

— 26 o 

46 35 

53 26 

-60 

I 3 
35 3 
49 34 

— 5 28 
64 8 

29 11 
37 3 

30 33 
-28 25: 

48 41 

18 52 

S3 26 

9 43 

59 53: 

59 48: 

5 22 

-15 S3 

S3 26 

7 3 

— 10 22 

48 18 

59 55 

33 28 
55 24 



Position 
Angle 



294?6 
87.4 
26.0 

276.6 

106.8 
45 ± 
17.3 

no. 8 

94-7 
289.2 
203.1 

69.5 

I33-I 
299.6 

30-5 
286.8 

19-5 
61. 1 

230.5 
102.4 
180.6 
352.4 
144-7 
185. 1 

3-2 

16.6 

104.6 

215.0 

160.6 

155-9 
121. 3 
168.0 

315-6 
270.2 

65-7 
341 ± 

330-9 

70-3 
3I5± 
150.9 

io± 

333-7 

320 ± 

280 ± 

49 ■ 



334 
337 
93 
156 
210 
300 
268 

II0± 



15-40 
4.08 

2.3 
15.64 

28.3s 

30 ± 
2.93 
1.50 
66.3 
2.67 
0.88 

i6± 

25 ± 
2.91 
2.72 
8± 

20± 
25 ± 

i6± 
3-10 
5. 65 
3-50 
3.08 
II. 16 
11-74 
8-23 
0.59 
4-84 
1.52 

1-53 
1.40 

5-14 

14-97 

3.87 

1-57 

25 ± 

CI. IV 

1-59 
3-9 
25 ± 
9-i4± 
I3-22± 

III-IV 

1.78 

7o± 

3± 

19.5s 

21. II 

1. 81 

2.12 

27.48 

2.25 

28.42 

67.03 

3± 



Magnitudes 



4.2.. 
9.0.. 

9-3-- 
8.0.. 

7 •• 
6.4.. 
8.4.. 

8 ., 
3.0., 
8.5., 

lO-II 

8 . 
7-9. 
7.5- 

8-9. 



9-10. 
7-7. 
8.5- 
8.0. 
8.4. 
6;^. 
9-2. 
7-3- 
9.1. 
8.2. 
6.3. 
9.2. 

7.5- 
8.0. 
7.1. 
9.4. 
8.0. 
8 . 

8 . 
7-3- 
8.7. 
8-9. 
7-8. 
8-9. 

9 ■ 
8.U. 

9 . 
10 . 
9.6. 
8.7.. 
7.8., 
7.1.. 

9.0.. 
4.0.. 



Epoch 



.10.0 
•13-9 

• 9-4 
. 8.3 
.10.6 

• 9 
.11 .0 
. 8.5 
. 8 

. 6.8 
.12.8 
.11-12 
.10 
. 8.1 

, .11 

. .12 

, .11 

-14 
..16 
. .10.0 
.. 9.5 
.. 8.2 
.. 8.4 
.. 9 
.. 9.7 
.. 8.3 
.. 9-6 
. .12.0 
.. 8.4 
..11.5 
. .10.1 
. .10.7 
..11.5 
.. 9-6 
. .10.0 
. .10 
. .11 

. 8.2 

.12.5 

.10-11 

.12 

.12 

. 9-10 
.11.3 

.10.2 
.10.0 

• 9-2 
.12.0 
. 9.0 
.11.5 
.11.0 
- 8.5 



10. 0. . .10.5 



1832.20 

1902.71 

1901. 

1831.20 

1830.95 

1820 + 

1870.79 

1903-75 

1837.01 

1836.74 

1902.01 

1828+ 

1836.06 

1832.80 

1899.95 

1830+ 

1830+ 

1830+ 

1830+ 

1875-95 
1831.20 
1878.44 
1901.67 

1836.3 

1901.58 

1830.85 

1903.77 

1888.29 

1875.94 

1900.88 

1876.03 

1832.09 

1876.79 

1902.70 

1876.29 

1870. 

1830.95 
1902. 

l820-f 

1831.08 
1831.08 

1881.84 

I90I . 
I90I. 

1895.19 
1830.43 

1900.88 

1831.71 
1867.68 

1877-85 
1836.76 

1878. IS 



Observer 



2 

A 

Es 

S 

S 

H 

A 

A 

H 

S 2 

Hu 3 

H 



H 4 

S 4 

Es 3 
H 
H 
H 
H 

Cin 3 

S 3 

Cin 2 

/3 2 
H 

Ku 2 

S 3 

A 3 

Com 3 

A 6 

Hu 3 
A 



2 
A 

P 

A 

Hd 

S 

S 2 

Es ] 

H 

H 

H 

2 

P 3 

Es 

Es 

Lp 

S 2 

Hu 3 

S 



4.2 yei. 

(,Bu!. L. O. No. 29) 

{^. A'. 3784) 

AandB 

A and C 



■ AB ivh. 



(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 

YeVsh: ash. 
(Bui. L. O. No. ai) 



Very -wk, 
(-4.JV.3717) 
Aand B 
A and C 
A and D . 



White 



Yersh: iluish 
(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 



%.ayeVsh 



Y'l. 

(Men. Not. LXIII, 
17a) 



A and B 
B andC 



\ (A. N. 
5 3784) 



28 



(A. J. 4,4) 
Aand B 
A and C 

A and B 
Aand C 
Cand« 



in 



yel'sk 
wh. 









Within 121° of tfie North 


Pole 
















Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 


880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


1441 


P1316 


DM (59°) 553 


2'' 42 


» o» 


59°53' 


II4-9 


0-32 


8.7. 


. 8.7 


1903.88 


/s 


I 


A and B 1 














21.5 


10.68 


8.0. 


.11.0 


1868.63 


A 


3 


AB and C 
















II. 3 


20.27 


. 


.11.5 


1869.62 


A 


2 


AB and D 




1442 
1443 


Ho 217 
H2158 


yn n"". 982 

DM (75°) 109 


42 
42 






34 I 
76 2 


156.4 
276.0 
173-5 


123.62 
2.02 

12± 


8.5. 

8 . 


.10.7 
•13 


1868.63 
1887.00 
1830 + 


A 

Ho 

H 


3 

2 


2 306 and A J 
"Chief of a eroup" 


1444 

1445 
1446 


Lv 2 
2310 
A. G. 53 


0. Alg. s. 1817 

DM (36°) 568 


42 
42 
42 


5 

7 

12 


-18 49 
33 26 
36 51 


24.6 
86.3 
obi. 


3.08 

2.55 


8.2. 

7.7.. 

8.5.. 


.11.5 
.10.9 


1886.83 
1832.09 


Lv 

S 


2 
5 


j.jyersh 


1447 




DM (59°) 555 


42 


20 


60 3 


14.8 


21.20 


9.1.. 


- 9-1 


1903-94 


/s 


2 


A and B ' 
















66.8 


12.64 


10 . . 


.11.5 


1903-94 


/s 


I 


C and D 
















271. 5 


II. 17 




.12.8 


1903-95 


/3 


I 


A and a 




1448 


S311 


5r Arietis 


42 


36 


16 58 


346-6 
119-3 
no. I 


140.65 

3-28 

25.22 


4.9.. 


. 8.4 
.10.2 


1903-94 
1832.32 

1832.58 


s 
s 


I 
5 
6 


AandC 
A and B ) 
A and C ) 


^.gygPsh 


1449 


0246 


1.5205 


42 


49 


30 2 


76.2 


4-99 


7.0.. 


.10.2 


1852.68 


OS 


4 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 














i70± 


I5± 




•(19) 


1820 + 


H 




I4S0 


OS 47 rej. 


41 Arietis 


42 


55 


26 46 


261.6 


20.83 


4.1.. 


.11.2 


1871.05 


J 


5 


A and B ^ 














203.0 


34-45 




.11.0 


1872.79 


A 


2 


A and C j- 














226.6 


127.55 




-(9) 


1821.95 


Sh 


I 


A and D ) 


1451 


A. G. 54 


A. G. Ulp. 827 


43 


13 


II 39 


0.5 


30.64 


8.9.. 


. 9.0 


1895.18 


Lp 


I 




1452 


S313 


w n"". 719 


43 


26 


827 


191. 


5. 41 


8.7.. 


. 9.0 


1831.99 


S 


4 




1453 


H2160 





43 


28 


47 33 


247-5 


5± 


12 . . 


-13 


1830+ 


H 






1454 


231S 


1.5253 


43 


30 


-II 3 


160.2 


2.52 


7-5-. 


. 8.7 


1831-99 


S 


3 


Yel'sh wk. 


1455 




DM (59") 559 


43 


41 


59 59 


193-7 


15.87 


8.0.. 


.11.9 


1903.94 


/3 


2 




1456 


A. 6. 5S 


A. G. Leip. 1049 


43 


53 


6 II 


50.9 


2.48 


9-4-- 


. 9-6 


1901.58 


Ku 


2 


Kustner C3821) 


1457 


S312 


0. Aig. N. 3219 


44 


II 


72 24 


13-9 
127.0 


3-59 
42-31 


7.1.. 


. 8.0 
. 9-2 


1832.08 
1831-75 


S 
S 


5 
2 


A and B . ^ , 

y AB 111/1. 

A and C ) 


1458 


H3533 


0. Arg. S. 1842 


44 


17 


-20 45 


274.4 


45 ± 


8 .. 


- 8K 


1835.86 


H 






1459 


S314 


Persei 85 


44 


21 


52 30 


295.4 


1.46 


6.9.. 


- 7-1 


1830.46 


S 


4 


White 


1460 


P 10 


L5276 


44 


23 


- 5 29 


99.2 


2.66 


7.2.. 


.11.1 


1874.82 


A 


4 




1461 
1462 


H6S7 
P877 


7 Fornacis 


44 
44 


30 
32 


10 50 
-25 3 


240 ± 
144.4 
157.0 


8± 

11.53 
48.85 


II . . 
6 .. 


-13 
•13 
.11 .2 


1820 + 

1880.93 

1880.68 


H 
/3 


4 
4 


AandB) 
A and C ) 


1463 


2316 


DM (36°) 581 


44 


34 


36 48 


134-3 


13-86 


8.5.. 


. 8.7 


1830.02 


S 


3 


White 


1464 


H3535 


B. A. C. 883 


44 


42 


-28 26 






6 .. 




1834 + 


H 






1465 


Ho 218 


w" n". 751 


45 


7 


2 34 


2I0± 


o.4± 


7 -- 


■ 7 


1889.94 


Ho 


1 




1466 


0248 


L5258 


45 


II 


48 5 


316.9 


6.77 


6.4.. 


.10.5 


1854.32 


OS 


4 




1467 


See 20 


T= Eridani 


45 


36 


— 21 30 


128.3 


SI. 92 


4 -- 


.14.9 


1897.75 


See 


I 




1468 




T Persei 


45 


45 


52 16 


106.4 

75-3 


50.67 
4± 


S -• 


.12 
-13 


1878.46 

1878. IS 


/3 


2 

I 


A and B 1 
B and C 5 


1469 


H1128 


.... 


45 


54 


69 24 


307-3 


S± 


10 . . 


-IS 


1828+ 


H 






1470 
1471 


P1293 
P524 


L5287 
20 Persei 


45 
46 


56 
8 


46 40 
37 SI 


352.1 
321.4 
236.8 


1.72 

0.22 

14.08 


7.1.. 
6 .. 
S-5-- 


.10.7 
. 6.7 
.10.0 


1900.75 
1880.53 

1829.14 


/3 
S 


3 
3 
2 


AandB aC = 
ABandC ^3-^ 


1472 
1473 


S323 
See 21 


w n". 774 

0. Arg. S. 1861 


46 
46 


19 
20 


5 59 
-21 47 


283.2 
98.1 


2.SS 

0.36 


8.0. . 

7.5.. 


. 8.0 

. 7-5 


1830.00 
1897.62 


s 

See 


3 

I 


Very wh. 


1474 


A. G. 56 


A. G. Leip. 851 


46 


24 


10 II 


109.4 


6.83 


9.0.. 


- 9-1 


1893-97 


Lp 


I 




1475 
1476 

1477 


S 322 
H329 
H2162 


DM (35°) 586 
DM (31°) 499 


46 
46 
46 


40 
41 

52 


35 33 
31 13 
43 3 


320.3 

io5± 

36.3 


5-39 
i8± 

5± 


8.5.. 
9 •• 

II = 


.10.3 

• 14 
= II 


I83I.I4 

1820+ 

1830+ 


S 
H 
H 


3 


Z.syeVish wh. 


1478 

1479 
1480 


A. G. 57 
H2163 
S321 


A. 6. Leip. 854 
DM (58°) 530 


46 
46 
46 


55 
57 
58 


II 49 
43 4 
58 23 


347.8 
14.2 
19-7 


10.16 

3± 
18.42 


9-3-- 
13 = 

8.5.. 


.10.5 
= 13 
. 9-0 


1895.18 

1830+ 

1830.71 


Lp 
H 

S 


I 
2 


Yel.: wk. 


1481 
14S2 


A. G. 58 
2317 


DM (37°) 659 
DM (68°) 209 


47 
2 47 


5 
8 


37 15 
68 43 


obi.? 
87.6 


3-24 


8.2.. 
7.8.. 


- 9-5 


1831.94 


s 


3 


•j.Zyefsh wh. 



2^ 



20. 



2'' 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 





Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Mag 


nitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


1 

Notes 




1483 


H658 


w n". 1261 


2'>47'°58= 


9°I7' 


40° ± 


15" ± 


10 


= 10 


1820 + 


H 








1484 


H659 




48 10 


- 4 40 


325 ± 


9± 


10 . 


. .11 


1820 + 


H 








1485 


Ho 316 


LS362 


48 16 


27 14 


284.4 


19.77 


7 . 


.•13 


1891.95 


Ho 


2 






i486 


Hu8io 


DM (34°) 542 


48 20 


35 3 


14.7 


1.29 


8.5. 


..14.5 


1902.75 


Hu 


I 






1487 


2325 


DM (33°) 542 


48 23 


34 


253.4 


11 .70 


8.2. 


.. 9.7 


1830.98 


S 


2 


Z.iyeVsh wk. 




1488 


Ha59 




48 26: 


-28 21 


IOI.4 


3.29 


7 . 


-. 9 


1870.02 


Hd 


I 






1489 


2 324 rej. 


Had'. 835 


48 27 


46 41 


191.4 
342.4 


I2± 

8± 


8 . 


..17 
..18 


1830 + 
1830+ 


H 
H 




A and C ) 
A and B 5 




1490 


2326 


DM (26°) 484 


48 31 


26 24 


216. 1 


9.03 


7-5- 


■ 9-7 


1831.46 


S 


2 


7.5 very yel. 




I49I 


Hdeo 




48 38: 


-28 26: 


157.8 


5± 


8K. 


.10 


1870.02 


Hd 


1 






1492 


2328 


DM (43°) 607 


49 48 


44 2 


299.5 


27.06 


8.5. 


. 9.0 


1832.18 


S 


2 


White 




1493 


2 320 


Cephei 47 (Hev.) 


50 7 


78 57 


227.0 


4.43 


6.3. 


• 9-5 


1831.60 


S 


3 


Golden; ash 




1494 


Ho 317 


w=n''. 1 177 


50 19 


16 45 


307.9 


2.83 


8.1. 


.11 .0 


1890.00 


Ho 


3 






1495 


Kris 


A. G. Hels. 2667 


50 45 


56 24 


109.7 


3-53 


9.0. 


■ 9-7 


1890.75 


^ 


1 






1496 


A. G. 59 


A. G. Leip. 881 


50 57 


13 50 


89-5 


24.25 


8.9. 


. 9-5 


1893.97 


Lp 


I 






1497 
1498 


Hd6i 
2330 


Ceti 478 


51 : 
51 4 


-28 29: 
- I 3 


345 ± 
191. 1 


22 ± 
8.78 


8.5. 
7.5. 


.10.5 
. 9-5 


1880.96 
1832.67 


Hd 
S 


4 


Very yel.; bluish 




1499 


H 2164 


0. Aig. N. 3339 


51 21 


70 II 


320.9 


4K 


8-9. 


.11 


1830+ 


H 








1500 


02 (App) 31 


Rad'. 845 


51 36 


59 II 


229.4 


73.58 


6.7. 


. 7-3 


1875-53 


A 


4 






I501 


P 1173 


Arietis 133 


51 38 


23 39 


325-4 


0.13 


7-7. 


. 7-8 


1890.88 


/3 


3 


A and B ) 
AB and C \ 
White 




1502 


2332 


w n". 878 


51 41 


- 4 


283.6 
52.9 


4-63 
12.68 


8.5.. 


-13 
. 8.5 


1890.88 
1831.43 


/3 
S 


3 
2 




1503 


Innes 149 




51 51 


-23 52 


260.2 


7.28 


9.9.. 


.10.4 


1900.10 


I 


1 






1504 


Ho 498 


wn". 1208 


51 55 


17 12 


i8o± 


i.5± 


8.5.. 


.12 


1890.08 


Ho 




(A. N. 3557) 




1505 
1506 


2329 
Ho 219 


wn''. 1203 


51 56 
51 57 


58 33 
34 24 


271.7 
243.8 


15-94 
6 -.31 


7-5-. 
8.1. . 


. 9.0 
.12.2 


1830.71 
1890.03 


S 
Ho 


2 
2 


7.5 «-*. 




1507 


P741 


Lac. 932 


51 58 


-25 27 


158.2 


0-57 


7.7-. 


■ 7-9 


1879.69 


/3 


4 


A and B ) 
AB and C J 




1508 


P525 


B. A. C. 920 


52 


21 8 


219. 1 
105. 1 


27.75 
0-59 


7.0.. 


•(9) 
. 7.0 


1824.95 
1877.72 


S 


2 
1 




1509 


H545S 





52 16: 


32 4: 


i95± 


20± 


8 .. 


.12 


1823 + 


H 








1510 


2331 


p n''. 220 


52 18 


51 53 


85.0 


12.19 


5.3.. 


. 6.7 


1828.89 


S 


3 


Yel'sh: bluish 




15II 


A 208 


SD (2°) 529 


52 19 


- 2 4 


266.4 


0.56 


8.5.. 


.10.0 


1902.00 


A 


2 






1512 
I513 


2333 
H3S43 


e Arietis 

Cord. DM^(29°)i096 


52 21 
52 30 


20 52 
—29 28 


188.9 
90 ± 


0.55 


5.7-. 


. 6.U 


1830.16 
1834 + 


■s 

H 


4 


White 




I514 
1515 
1516 


H660 
Ho 318 
Ho 13 


DM (16°) 376 
L5498 


52 36 
52 44 
52 45 


10 19 

16 34 
26 49 


23.4 
163-7 


2.02 
1.82 


10 . . 
9.1.. 
7 .. 


-13 
. 9.1 
.12 


1820+ 

1890.06 

1883.19 


H 

Ho 

Ho 


2 
3 


''Very unequal" 

(A. JV. 3^33) 

(See p. Z061) 




1517 
1518 

1519 


2334 
H216S 
H2167 


1-5523 

DM (44°) 612 


53 I 
53 4 
53 7 


6 10 
75 19 
44 25 


322.8 

209.0 

32.0 


I-S9 

25 ± 

20± 


7.7.. 
10 . . 

9 .. 


. 8.2 
.11 
. 9-1 c 


1830.94 
1830 + 
1830 + 


S 
H 
H 


3 


White 

Probably DM (75-) 

1 23 
"Close to neb. II, 




1520 
1521 


Ku II 

2 327 rej. 


DM (33°) 557 
Rad". 839 


53 9 
53 9 


33 10 
8i 


56.4 


3.20 

CI. IV 


9.4.. 
6 .. 


.10.0 
.11 


1901.56 


Ku 

S 


2 


23Q-" 
Kustner (3S21) 




1522 


2 319 rej. 


DM (84°) 53 


53 18 


84 31 




CI. IV 


7 .. 


.10 


. > • ■ 


2 








1523 
1524 
1525 
1526 

1527 


A 454 
A 209 
A. G. 60 
0249 
A 455 


SD (6°) 579 
SD (3°) 476 
A. G. Leip. 891 
P n''. 230 
1-5555 


53 20 
53 38 
53 43 
53 47 
53 48 


- 6 43 

- 3 I 
14 3 
17 32 

- 9 54 


134-3 
75-8 

160.6 
7I-I 

309.8 


3.70 
1.52 
6.59 
1.71 
3.64 


9.U.. 
8.7.. 
9.5.. 
7.0.. 
8. 1.. 


. 9-3 
. 9.4 
• 9.9 
.10.0 

■13-5 


1903.80 
1902.00 
1901.60 
1846.80 
1903.80 


A 

A 

Ku 

OS 

A 


2 

3 
2 

3 
3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. so) 

7.0 wh, 
A andB 
A and C J 

) 




1528 
1529 


Kr 17 
H2166 


A. G. 2707 
DM (75°) 124 


53 54 

54 4 


60 22 
75 20 


65.3 
221 .3 

251.3 


40 ± 
3-46 
40 ± 


7 .. 
9.0.. 
8-9.. 


. 9 
• 91 
.10 


1834.93 
1890.75 
1830 + 


H 
H 


I 
I 














191.5 


40 ± 




.10 


1830 + 


H 








1530 
153I 
1532 


2336 
H 1 129 
Hu 431 


Persei 104 
DM (69°) 194 
DM (21°) 399 


54 8 

54 12 

2 54 13 


31 56 
69 45 
21 10 


142.4 

8.5 
170.0 
192.6 


40 ± 

8.20 
5o± 

0.96 


6.5. . 
9 .. 
9.4.. 


.11 
. 8.0 
. 9 
• 9.7 


1830 + 
1831.17 
1828 + 
I90I .99 


H 

S 
H 
Hu 


3 
3 


Yel.: bluish 

{Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 



30 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



2— 3i» 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A.J 


38o 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


1533 


HuSii 


SD(l6°)538 


2'' 54"° 


24' 


— i6°i9' 


220?3 


2^02 


7-5 


. -II.O 


1902.03 


Hu 


I 




1534 


S337 


DM (40°) 651 


54 


29 


40 55 


163.4 


17.76 


7-5 


.. 9-0 


1832.18 


S 


2 


y.^yel'sh 


1535 


S335 


DM (63°) 387 


54 


42 


63 17 


158.5 


24.38 


8.0 


.- 8.5 


1831.52 


s 


2 


White 


1536 


KUI2 


DM (45°) 69s 


55 


7 


45 24 


144.8 


2.83 


9-7 


..lO.I 


1901.07 


Ku 


2 


Kustner (3821) 


1537 


S338 


.... 


55 


18 


10 23 


200.3 


20.14 


8.2 


.. 8.5 


1831.96 


S 


3 


IVhtte 


1538 


HU54I 


DM (48°) 838 


55 


21 


48 20 


343-1 


1.47 


9.0 


..12.0 


1902.73 


Hu 


2 


{Bill. L. 0. No. 27) 


1539 


H2I69 


DM (51°) 670 


55 


25 


52 3 


130-6 


8± 


10 


= 10 


1830 + 


H 






1540 
1541 


H3546 

Hd62 


SD(i8°)5i3 
DM (3°) 418 


55 
55 


40 
42 


-18 22 
3 19 


82.3 

I20± 


8± 
40 ± 


9 

9-5 


..12 
.. 9.8 


1835.86 
1868.96 


H 
Hd 




"A 7j^m, stars' «>" 
(See p. 1061) 


1542 


H 1130 




55 


48 


67 13 


220± 


7± 


lO-U 


. ..II 


1828 + 


H 




"Angle est. from 

diagram ** 
(Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


1543 


HU542 


DM (49°) 83s 


56 


3 


49 42 


310.3 


i!.IO 


8-9 


. .12.0 


1902.73 


Hu 


2 


IS44 


H 2170 


1 Persei 


56 


6 


53 2 


224.9 


60 ± 


4-5 


--I3 


1830+ 


H 






1545 


H 1131 




56 


15 


67 16 


106.0 


i8± 


9 


. .10 


1828 + 


H 






1546 


H2168 




56 


30 


70 58 


294-1 


I2± 


10 


. .11 


1830+ 


H 




"A very red^^ 


1547 


Kr 18 


A. G. Hels. 273s 


56 


30 


57 16 


273-9 


1. 18 


9.2 


-• 9-3 


1890.75 


/3 


I 




1548 


2339 




56 


48 


28 2 


327.2 


13-42 


8.Z 


-.11.5 


1831-77 


S 


3 


8.2 yeVsh 


1549 


Pii 


fP Eridani 


56 


49 


- 8 9 


87.2 


2.72 


5.4 


.. 9-6 


1875.64 


i 


5 




1550 


S341 


w n". 981 


56 


57 


- 2 23 


229.4 


8.62 


7-7 


.. 9-7 


1831-43 


S 


2 


7.7 yej. 


1551 


H 2171 




57 


21 


42 26 


342.2 


2± 


II 


..12 


1830+ 


H 






1552 


HuSia 


DM (34°) 567 


57 


30 


34 19 


199.4 


I. II 


8.0 


. .12.0 


1902.77 


Hu 


I 




IS53 


Arg. 10 


0. Aig. N. 3418 


57 


34 


52 35 


90.1 


4.14 


9-0 


.. 9-0 


1901.84 


/3 


2 




IS54 


P1174 


L5683 


57 


46 


-II 27 


305-9 


1.22 


7-7 


..11-3 


1S90.82 


/3 


3 




1555 


P1175 


1.5636 


57 


49 


43 14 


280.9 


0.26 


7-3 


.. 8.7 


1890.68 


? 


3 




1556 


S342 


DM (27°) 474 


57 


57 


27 27 


306.6 


3-07 


8-3 


.. 8.8 


1832.02 


S 


3 


White 


1557 


Lewis 3 


.... 


58 


: 


24 46: 


166.6 


1-93 






I90I.9I 


L 


I 




1558 


H3548 


L 5706 


58 


21 


—21 50 


122.2 


I2± 


7 


. .12 


1835.86 


H 






1559 


S346 


52 Arietis 


58 


24 


24 47 


264 -5 
357-2 


0-73 
5. 21 


6.0 


.. 6.0 
..10.8 


1832.01 
1832.36 


S 
2 


3 

3 


A ="^8 \K-S.very 
ABandC) ""^- 


1560 


S 348 rej. 


w n". 1015 


58 


50 


6 45 




CI. IV 


8-9 


..10 





S 




From Cat. Nov. 


1561 


H5456 





59 


8: 


31 25: 


300 ± 


I4± 


9 


. .11 


1823 + 


H 






1562 
1563 


A 456 
S350 


SD(9'')58S 


59 
59 


25 
46 


- 9 25 
20 II 


42.0 
118. 7 


4.22 
16.63 


8.5 
8.0 


..10 
.. 9-7 


1903-81 
1831.36 


A 
S 


2 
2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 
8.0 yel'sh 


1564 


A. G. 61 


DM (20°) 507 


3 





20 24 


26.0 


0.74 


8.8 


-- 9-5 


1901.83 


Hu 


2 




1565 


P526 


^ Persei (Algol) 





22 


40 30 


155-3 
144.8 


59.06 
68.07 


Var 


..12.7 
..12.5 


1878.81 
1878.81 


/3 


3 
3 


A and B"| 
A and C 














192.6 


81.91 




..10.5 


1879.30 


/3 


4 


A and D [ 














116. 2 


10.80 




..12.5 


1878.81 


/3 


3 


D and E J 


1566 

1567 
1568 


Ho 499 
P527 
OS 50 


DM (35°) 628 
w n"". 1050 

Kad'. 876 







27 

23 

45 


35 29 

-13 54 

71 6 


236.0 
60.4 

232.5 
306.6 


1.56 
0.85 
0.88 

20± 


8.2 
8.0 
7.5 


..12 
.. 8.5 
.. 7-5 
..(14) 


1895.97 
1877-83 
1847.22 
i830H- 


Ho 
/3 

OS 
H 


2 

I 
2 


(^.A^.3557) 

(See p. iq6t) 

A and B ) 
A and C ) 


1569 


A. G. 62 


DM (38°) 645 





45 


38 42 


204.6 
215-3 


10.45 
23.61 


9-4 


.. 9.4 
..10.6 


1902.63 
1902.63 


/3 
/3 


2 
2 


AandB 
A and C 


157° 
1571 
1572 
1573 
1574 


S349 
S 353 rej. 
S355 
S356 
2351 


DM (17°) 494 

w n''. 1056 
SD(i3°)592 
wn''. 1416 







45 

47 

54 



2 


63 20 

17 25 

7 56 

-13 47 

43 47 


319-8 
58.6 

148.7 
12.2 

119. 6 


6.14 

10.66 

2-75 

15-91 

27.29 


7-4 
9.6 
8.7 
7-7 

8.5 


.. 8.1 
. .11.0 

-- 9-5 
..10.8 
.. 9-0 


1832.10 
1901.76 
1832.52 
1831.91 
1832.13 


S 
/3 

S 

s 
s 


4 

2 

5 
3 
2 


7.7 yel'ih 
White 


1575 
1576 
1577 
1578 
1579 
1580 
1581 
1582 


S 354 rej. 

S345 

S352 
H351 
H2I73 

P528 

S357 

S358 


DM (24°) 438 
0. Arg. N. 3439 
DM (34°) 585 

Kad'. 882 

w n**. 1086 

SD(I3°)596 

w n*". 1 091 


2 
2 

2 

3 2 


4 
7 

14 
14 
17 

25 

33 
44 


24 7 
78 3 
35 
30 33 
73 25 

- 4 3 
-13 3 

- 4 9 


79.6 
6.8 
290 ± 
164-3 
197-5 
294.7 

349-3 


CI. IV 

6.51 

3-50 

i5± 

25 ± 

1. 01 

7.88 

15.22 


8 

8.0 
8.2 
II 
6-7 
8.5 
8-5 
8.5 


• - 9 
-. 9-8 
-.10-3 
. .12 
. .12 
..8.S 
..10.3 
..11.3 


1831.93 

1831.52 

1820+ 

1830+ 

1877.97 

1833-05 

1833.06 


s 
s 
s 

H 
H 

s 
s 


3 

3 

2 
3 
3 


Yel.: ash 
8.2 wh. 

"Large star very 

ruddy'*'' 

8.5 wh. 



31 



z^ 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 1 


880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


1583 


2 6, App. I 


Celt 499 


3» 2" 47= 


7° 0' 


I62?6 


80^98 


7-0 


... 7-0 


1835-59 


S 


3 


White 


1584 


P 1030 


w= m''. 5 


3 


12 


21 17 


164.6 


0.58 


8.4 


... 8.4 


1888.83 


^ 


3 




1585 


H661 




3 


31 


6 32 


3iS± 


4± 


10 


...13 


1820 + 


H 






1586 


H 1132 


DM (66°) 249 


3 


48 


66 33 


20.0 


8± 


9-10 


..10 


1828 + 


H 




"Neat" 


1587 


H2174 


SD (9°) 601 


3 


51 


- 9 3 


199-5 


IS± 


9-10 


. . .10 


1830 + 


H 






1588 


Glasenapp i 


DM (14°) 52s 


4 


8 


14 40 


267.2 


4.02 


9-3 


-- 9-4 


1893.00 


Gla 


2 




1589 


H3551 




4 


IS 


— 14 26 


134.6 


I5± 


9 


. .10 


1835.89 


H 






1590 


?V.ii7 


DM (21°) 418 


4 


17 


21 58 


317-5 


34.80 






1783.65 


3S 


I 




1591 


Ho 500 


DM (35°) 643 


4 


19 


35 38 


35-7 


0.46 


8-5 


- 9 


1896.95 


Ho 


I 


(A. N. 3557) 

(See p. 1061) 


1592 


S344 


DM (84'-') 61 


4 


23 


84 13 


145.0 


2-53 


8-9 


.. 9.7 


1833-23 


S 


4 


1593 


Hu6o5 


SD (14°) 610 


4 


31 


-14 19 


64.2 


2.58 


9.0 


..11.5 


1901.92 


Hu 


3 




1594 


S360 


DM (36°) 650 


4 


32 


36 46 


146.4 


1-34 


7-8 


.. 8.0 


1831.20 


S 


3 


Yel'sh 


1595 


2343 


RedUU 458 


4 


38 


83 37 


325-4 


22.66 


8.0 


.. 8.8 


1832.59 


s 


3 


Yel'sh 


1596 


2361 


w m''. 43 


4 


42 


36 33 


12.5 


9.90 


8-3 


. .11.0 


1830.73 


s 


3 




1597 


Ho 501 


W m'". 49 


4 


52 


34 32 


205.8 


7-75 


8 


. .12 


1896.98 


Ho 


2 




1598 


0251 


Had'. 894 


4 


53 


43 50 


300.0 


1.40 


7-9 


.. 8.1 


1848.83 


OS 


4 


White 


1599 


0. Stone 6 




4 


57 


-23 II 


357.4 


3-77 


10 


. .10 


1875-95 


Cin 


I 




1600 


H2175 


DM (54°) 652 


5 


7 


54 18 


26.4 


I2± 


9-10 


. .10 


1830 + 


H 






1601 


P1176 


Cephei 48 (Hev.) 


5 


9 


77 17 


277.6 


1. 18 


5-7 


..12.5 


1890.65 


(3 


3 


A and B ) 
A and C 5 














227.9 


10.95 




--13-3 


1890.63 


^ 


2 


1602 


P 400 


Eridani 103 


5 


18 


— 4 16 


53-1 


22. 19 


6.4 


..12.0 


1879.01 


/3 


3 




1603 


Hu 543 


DM (49°) 877 


5 


33 


49 56 


120.8 


0-47 


8-5 


..12.5 


1902.70 


Hu 


3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


1604 


H3244 




5 


34 


18 26 


92.7 


7± 


II 


. .11-12 


1831 + 


H 






1605 


2364 


w= m''. 72 


5 


49 


38 42 


310-5 


II. 41 


8-5 


.. 8.5 


1829.99 


S 


2 


White 


1606 


A. G. 63 


DM (36°) 660 


6 


7 


37 5 


128.9 


5.28 


9-4 


.. 9-6 


1902.63 


|3 


2 




1607 


Espin II 


DM {56°) 798 


6 


37 


56 41 


65-7 


10.85 


5-5 


--13-7 


1899.95 


Es 


I 


U. N. 3717) 

(See p. 1061) 


1608 


H663 


94 Ceti 


6 


39 


- I 39 


2S5± 


6± 


5 


..19 


1820 + 


H 




1609 


H3554 


1-5959 


6 


42 


- 3 22 


348.3 


i8± 


8K 


. .11 


1836.8 


H 






1610 


2362 


0. Arg. N. 3583 


6 


43 


59 35 


142-3 


6.91 


7-7 


.. 8.0 


1831.54 


S 


3 


A and B 1 














42.2 


26.00 




--10.3 


1893.01 


Gla 


I 


A and C >- 














241.7 


35-27 




-• 9-7 


1866.15 


A 


3 


A and D ) 


i6ii 


2 365 rej. 


SD (4°) 548 


6 


50 


- 4 41 




CI. II 


8-9 


•• 9 


.... 


S 






1612 


H3555 


12 Rridani 


6 


58 


-29 28 


306.1 


3± 


4 


-• 7 


1834 + 


H 




YeVsh wh*: green 


1613 


H662 





6 


59 


35 27 


195 ± 


i5± 


10 


. . II 


1820 + 


H 






1614 


OS 52 


B. A. C. 990 


M 


2 


65 13 


153-4 


0.50 


6-4 


.. 7-0 


1846.85 


OS 


4 




1615 


Ku 13 


DM (44°) 646 




7 


44 25 


61.4 


5.27 


9.7 


.. 9.9 


1901.59 


Ku 


2 


Kustner (3821) 


1616 


Hu544 


DM (50°) 725 




14 


50 30 


97-7 


0.60 


6.5 


.. 8.8 


1902.66 


Hu 


3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


1617 


P530 


Arietis 161 




18 


22 30 


41-S 


48.88 


7-0 




1879.21 


/3 


4 


A and B ) 
B and C ) 














195.8 


1.77 


9-7 


. .10.4 


1879.21 


/3 


4 


1618 


H2176 







24 


75 5 


67.2 


7± 


9-10 


••13 


1830 + 


H 






1619 
1620 


Ho 502 
H2178 


wm''. Ill 




26 
28 


35 17 
20 31 


15-9 
211. 8 


0-54 
i5± 


8.5 
10-11 


•- 9 
. . .11 


1894.96 
1830 + 


Ho 
H 


I 


{A. N. 3557) ^ ^ 
(See p. J061) 


1621 


See 22 


Cora.DM(30°)l227 




36 


-30 30 


338.7 


0-95 


8 


.. 9-7 


1897.72 


See 


I 




1622 


A. G. 64 


DM (38°) 677 




49 


38 14 


246.5 


8.76 


9-4 


-- 9-5 


1902.63 


^ 


2 




1623 


2367 


DM(0°) 542 




52 


18 


lOI .4 


0-95 


8.0 


.. 8.0 


1831.72 


S 


3 


Yel'sh: wh. 


1624 


P529 


L 6006 


8 


9 


- 9 I 


220.0 


2.40 


8.0 


. .12.0 


1877.89 


/3 


2 




1625 


Weymouth 




8 


12 


37 38 


262.0 


0.81 


10 


..10.5 


1902.68 


A 


I 




1626 


H332 


w m'' 139 


8 


22 


32 25 


IIO± 


15-20 


7 


..20 


1820 + 


H 






1627 


Ho 503 


1-5984 


8 


30 


34 15 


99.2 


30-83 


6.5 


. .12 


1896.50 


Ho 


3 


{A. N. 3557) 


1628 


H1133 


Rad'. 909 


8 


35 


69 19 


199.7 


20 ± 


6 


. .12 


1828 + 


H 




(Seep. 1061) 


1629 


2363 


DM (77°) 117 


8 


45 


78 5 


312.8 


26.23 


8-5 


.. 8.7 


1831.4s 


S 


3 


White 


1630 


2370 


DM (32°) 594 


9 


II 


32 12 


311-8 


17.06 


8.2 


--10.3 


1830.27 


S 


3 


8.2 yel. 


1631 


H3557 


1.6037 


9 


12 


-14 S3 


9-9 


20± 


VA 


. .12 


1835-9 


H 






1632 


H3558 


SD (14°) 628 


9 


19 


-14 28 


I50± 


I2± 


10 


. .10 


1836.9. 


H 






1633 


2369 


wm''. 157 


9 


21 


40 2 


28.8 


3-25 


6-5 


.. 7.8 


1829.5s 


S 


3 


Yel'sh mh.: 


1634 


H2182 





3 9 


29 


5 20 


93-S 


i5± 


10 


. .12 


1830+ 


H 




bluish wh. 



82 









Within 


lot of the North Pole 










Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


1635 


H2180 


.... 


jh gmjQS 


5i°30' 


225?8 


i5-± 


10 


- .11 


1830 + 


H 




1636 


H2181 


.... 


9 31 


18 44 


82-6 


i5± 


IC 


= 10 


1830 + 


H 




1637 


H2183 





9 38 


- 9 49 


203-5 


6± 


10 


- .11 


1830 + 


H 




1638 


HU545 


DM (48°) 879 


9 43 


48 49 


80.4 


3-56 


8-5 


-. 9-3 


1902-70 


Hu 3 


(S?a. L. 0. No. 27) 


1639 


OS 53 


L6020 


9 59 


38 12 


273-1 


0-68 


7.2 


-. 8.0 


1845-49 


OS 2 


IVhiie 


1640 


p84 


wm''. 147 


10 5 


- 6 22 


10-3 


0-44 


7.2 


.. 7-4 


1875.85 


^ 5 




1641 


S371 


L6023 


10 23 


46 35 


74.7 


3-35 


8.3 


..10.3 


1831.20 


S 3 


Yel. 


1642 


S368 


DM (67°) 259 


10 30 


68 4 


342.1 


2-33 


8.5 


.. 8-5 


1831.79 


S 4 


White 


1643 


H1134 





10 55 


27 56 


51.8 


4± 


ir 


.-13 


1828 + 


H 




1644 


P 1039 


L6084 


II 


7 13 


209-4 


1.87 


7.0 


..13.0 


1889-OO 


P 3 




1645 


H2179 


.... 


II 2 


74 53 


341.2 


i8± 


10 


..10+ 


1830 + 


H 




1646 


S372 


DM (45°) 738 


II 4 


45 31 


290-4 


7-35 


9-3 


. .10-2 


1830-86 


S 3 




1647 


H3561 


SD (20°) 610 


II 15 


—20 23 


135-3 


12± 


i% 


. .12 


183S-9 


H 




1648 


H3563 


Cord. DM (23°) 1306 


II 52 


-23 28 


246-5 


7± 


SH 


.. S'A 


1835-9 


H 




1649 


HU432 


SD (14°) 639 


12 7 


-14 33 


46-2 


0.16 


9.2 


.. 9-2 


1901.87 


Hu 2 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


1650 


A. Clark 2 


95 CeH 


12 12 


— I 22 


73-1 


o.7± 


6 


- -10 


1854-81 


Da 3 




1651 


Hu 19 


SD (11°) 632 


12 14 


— II 


300-3 


3-29 


8.6 


. -Il-I 


1899.98 


Hu 4 


(^./,48o) 


1652 


S 373 '•<?■• 


L604S 


12 15 


62 18 


"7-3 


19.79 


7-0 


.- 9-3 


1875-67 


^ 3 


A and B ) 
A and C J 












IIO-O 


117-68 




.- 7-1 


1875.67 


^ 3 


1653 


A 457 


SD (6°) 644 


12 18 


- 6 51 


107-5 


0.77 


9.1 


.. 9-2 


1903-77 


A 3 


{,Bitl. L. 0. No. 50) 


1654 


H2184 




12 21 


S3 19 


44-3 


I0± 


10 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 




1655 


P1294 


DM (46°) 734 


12 24 


46 15 


227-8 


6-24 


8-8 


-- 8.9 


1901.69 


;8 3 




1656 


Tnnes 341 


0. Arg. S. 2179 


12 28 


-19 31 


163.0 


3-86 






1901.08 


I 2 




1657 


P1177 


DM(-I°)473 


12 45 


- I 28 


24.7 


0.38 


9-1 


-. 9-1 


1890.82 


/3 3 




1658 


HU433 


DM (21°) 439 


12 59 


21 17 


47-7 


0.50 


9-1 


--10.8 


1901.99 


Hu 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No- sr) 


1659 


See 23 


15 Eridani 


13 4 


-22 57 


289-9 


0.30 


4-7 


.. 7-3 


1897-73 


See I 




1660 


2374 


0. Aig. N. 3669 


13 II 


67 2 


294-7 


10-78 


7.0 


-- 8.5 


1831.30 


S 2 


Wh.: ash 


1661 


H3565 


Eridani 129 


13 12 


— 19 


no. 4 


5.8 


5 


-- 9 


1835.8 


H 




1662 


Ho 319 


■wm". 237 


13 18 


44 57 


45-4 


11.94 


8 


..12-3 


1892.48 


Ho 3 


(A. M. 3233) 


1663 


S375 


L 6127 


13 19 


23 15 


317-5 


2.03 


8.0 


..lO-I 


1832.97 


S 4 


(See p- 1061) 
8.0 H/A. 


1664 


S376 


w^ m''. 258 


13 28 


19 18 


251.2 


6.78 


7-9 


.. 8-0 


1830-81 


S 5 


Very ivhite 


1665 


H2185 




13 29 


55 31 


257-0 


4K± 


II 


. .12 


i830± 


H 




1666 


A. G. 65 


DM (32°) 608 


13 30 


32 47 







7.8 






.... 




1667 


A 458 


SD(6°)652 


13 40 


— 6 24 


100-6 


1.30 


9.0 


. .11.2 


1903.72 


A 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No- 50) 


1668 


S377 


DM (18°) 461 


13 43 


18 45 


115-4 
223-3 


0.82 
25-55 


8.3 


.. 8.7 
..ii-S 


1831.66 
1829.90 


S 3 
2 1 


AandB ) ^ , 
f AB wh. 
AB and C ) 


1669 
1670 


Espin 52 
A. G. 66 


DM (60°) 673 
DM (21°) 442 


13 48 
13 SO 


60 19 
21 13 


285-7 
285-3 


6-1 

3.82 


8.6 
9 


. .12.0 
..II 


1901 
1902.70 


Es 
M 3 


(^. N. 3784) 

CSee p. ro6l) 


1671 


H3245 




13 56 


17 10 


96-8 


5± 


II 


• •13 


1831-f 


H 




1672 


H3246 


DM (17°) 534 


13 58 


17 14 


173-1 


I4± 


9-10 


--13 


1831 + 


H 




1673 


Jacob I 


T* Eridani 


14 12 


—22 12 


287.0 


5-47 


A'A 


. .10.7 


1857.95 


J 2 


A and B 
A and C 












99-3 


39-97 




..10-5 


1877.81 


/S I 


1674 


HU434 


DM (21°) 443 


14 39 


21 20 


157.0 


0.22 


9.0 


.. 9.5 


1901.96 


Hu 4 


(Bui. L. 0. No- 21) 


1675 


H3567 




14 41 


— 14 26 


100 ± 


3± 


loK 


. .12 


1836.9 


H 




1676 


Ho 320 


w m''. 235 


14 41 


44 


167.5 


1-17 


8.0 


..10.5 


1890.13 


Ho 2 




1677 


2378 


DM (57°) 721 


IS 


58 


313-2 


18.59 


8.2 


.. 9-5 


1830.72 


S 2 




1678 


S380 


DM (8°) 500 


IS 17 


8 20 


90-1 


1.20 


8.3 


.. 9.3 


1831.62 


S 3 




1679 


S379 


w m''. 293 


IS 31 


29 23 


102-7 


10.13 


8-5 


-. 8.5 


1830.05 


S 3 


White 


1680 


Espin 53 


DM (59°) 650 


IS 42 


59 7 




2.5± 


9-3 


.. 9-8 


1901 


Es 


(A.N.^^s^) 


1681 


Hu 20 


SD(ll°)646 


IS 47 


-II 39 


227.3 


0-35 


8.6 


.. 8.8 


1900.05 


Hu 2 


(A. 7.480) 


1682 


H3570 


L 6252 


16 18 


-20 45 






6 




1835-9 


H 




1683 


S381 


P. ra". 46 


16 24 


20 33 


9I-0 


0-82 


7.0 


.. 8.7 


1830.16 


S 4 


7.0 yel. 


1684 


H3569 


w in''. 265 


16 27 


-13 42 


210.5 


i8± 


9'A 


. .11 


1836.8 


H 




1685 


Ku 14 


DM (29°) 557 


16 58 


29 SI 


163.4 


3-66 


9-4 


.. 9.8 


1901.44 


Ku 2 


Kustner (3821) 


1686 


2382 


Per set 146 


16 59 


33 7 


154-5 


3-55 


7.0 


..lo.S 


1831.70 


S 3 


•j.oyeVsh 


1687 


P742 


.... 


3 17 : 


48 50 








... 










33 



3^ 







Burnham: General Catalogue 


0/ Double Stars 










Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 1880 


Decl. j88o 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


1688 


M ni. 91 


.... 


3" 17" 


. 5 


28° 0': 


I02?4 


1 1. '28 


.... 


1783.66 


Ut 


I 




1689 


P1178 


Tauri 7 


17 


20 


4 27 


347.8 


0.99 


6.6. ..12.3 


1890.89 


p 


3 


(See p. 1062) 
U. AT. 3233) 


1690 


Ho 321 


L6233 


17 


23 


45 5 


35-6 


1.48 


7-5-. .10 


1893.17 


Ho 


I 


1691 


S383 


•w= m''. 337 


17 


25 


17 8 


120. 1 


S-69 


8.0... 9.0 


1830.35 


S 


4 


VePsi wh.: wh. 


1692 


P531 


L627S 


17 


26 


- 8 13 


60.1 


2-43 


6. 7. ..12. 3 


1877.92 


P 


2 




1693 


H2I87 


w m''. 280 


17 


32 


-II 47 


239.5 


50± 


9 ...12 


1830+ 


H 






1694 


H2188 


w m''. 282 


17 


36 


— 10 40 


47.6 


i8± 


9 ...10 


1830 + 


H 




Yellow: blue 


1695 


Ho 322 


DM (45°) 764 


17 


46 


45 10 


116. 5 


1.27 


9.0... 9.5 


1893.28 


Ho 


I 


{A. N. 3233) 


1696 


S 387 rej. 





17 


47: 


-II 38: 




CI. IV 


8 ...10 








(See p. 1062) 


1697 


H2186 





18 


38 


52 7 


338.3 


3± 


12 ...13 


1830 + 


H 






1698 


S384 


DM (59°) 658 


iS 


46 


59 29 


267.5 


1.99 


7.8... 9.0 


1830.57 


2 


3 


Golden: blue 


1699 


Pl2 


1-6313 


18 


47 


-14 25 


271.8 


^•35 


7.5. ..10.4 


1875.40 


J 


4 




1700 


H3572 


0. Arg. S. 2248 


18 


52 


-26 39 


274.3 


20± 


8 = 8 


1835.9 


H 




B = 0. Arg. S. 2247 


1701 


2386 


DM (54°) 682 


18 


55 


54 45 


58.8 


2.52 


8.8... 8.8 


1830.58 


S 


3 


White 


1702 


Schj. -^ 


L6327 


19 


19 


- I 35 


183.4 


17.20 


8.0. . . 9.0 


1879.66 


Cin 


I 




1703 


2385 


B. A. C. 1058 


19 


20 


59 31 


161. 4 


2.36 


4.7... 9.0 


1829.94 


S 


3 


4.7 wh. 


1704 


Holmes 




20 




59 30 


49.9 


5.40 


8.6. . .10.0 


1901.62 


Es 


3 




1705 


2388 


DM (49°) 941 


20 


I 


50 I 


210.0 


2.92 


8.2. . . 9.2 


1831.8S 


S 


3 


White 


1706 


HU2I 


SD (13°) 645 


20 


11 


-13 29 


41. 1 


I .46 


8.5... 9-3 


1900. II 


Hu 


3 


(.A. J. 480) 


1707 


2393 


DM (-1°) 495 


20 


II 


- I 27 


259.8 


16.00 


8.0.. .10.7 


1834-55 


S 


2 


Z.oyePsh wh. 


1708 


2389 


DM (58°) 608 


20 


31 


58 57 


61.8 


i!.8o 


7.0... 8.0 


1831.00 


s 


4 


Wh.: purplish 


1709 


P 1179 


34 Persei 


20 


47 


49 6 


163.4 


0.68 


5. 9-. .11. 6 


1890.64 


;8 


4 




1710 


0254 


l.ti'lt 


20 


SO 


67 10 


354.5 


25.82 


7.2... 8.5 


1850.08 


02 


4 




171I 


2390 


Camelop. 4 (Hev.) 


20 


51 


55 2 


159.6 


15.03 


4.8... 9.2 


1832.04 


2 


6 


4.8 greenish wh. 


1712 


H3574 




20 


57 


— 21 56 


95 ± 





• . . . 


1835-9 


H 






1713 


2391 


w= m''. 397 


21 





44 38 


94.8 


3-79 


7.3-.. 8.0 


1831-55 


2 


3 


Wh.: purplish 


1714 


A. G. 67 


DM (39°) 790 


21 


3 


39 46 


348.7 


23.27 


7.6. . .10.0 


1902.63 


/3 


2 




1715 


02 55 


1-6336 


21 


4 


46 31 


292.1 


26.15 


6. 2.. .11.0 


1867.59 


6 


3 


6.2 'white 


1716 


2394 


w» m''. 412 


21 


6 


20 3 


163.3 


6.69 


7-0... 8.0 


1828.74 


2 


3 


Yel'sh: bluish 


1717 


Espin — 


DM (49°) 946 


21 


10 


49 36 


296.7 


19.42 


91... 9-3 


1900. II 


Es 


2 


(A. N. 3717) 


1718 


2392 


DM (52°) 699 


21 


23 


52 29 


346.4 


25-87 


7.5... 9.7 


1831.23 


S 


2 


T-Syel. 


1719 


2395 


w m''. 414 


21 


26 


28 39 


106.4 


1.92 


8.5.. .10.0 


1832.36 


2 


3 


8 . 5 yeVsh wh. 


1720 


P878 


66 Arietis 


21 


28 


22 23 


78.0 


1 .10 


6.0. ..12.2 


1881.06 


|3 


2 




1721 


Kr 20 


A. G. Hels. 3028 


21 


41 


55 32 


295.9 


7.44 


9.5. •• 9.7 


1890.77 


^ 


I 




1722 


See 25 


Lac. 1 1 02 


21 


44 


-28 59 


18.0 


9.94 


6.5. ..II. 8 


1897-73 


See 


2 




1723 


Hn 8 


DM (49°) 950 


21 


57 


49 22 


176.7 


1.90 


8.4... 8.8 


1881.60 


/3 


3 




1724 


P879 


B. A. C. 1076 


22 


3 


10 58 


71. 1 


24.65 


6.5. ..12.5 


1878.98 


(3 


3 




1725 


P 1 180 


L 6417 


22 


23 


- 4 59 


24.8 


0-44 


8.3... 9-3 


1890.82 


/3 


3 


A and B 1 
A and C 5 














117. 9 


7.13 


...II. 5 


1890.82 


P 


3 


1726 


HU435 


DM (20°) 574 


22 


32 


20 42 


334-2 


0.51 


8.8. ..12.0 


1901.93 


Hu 


3 


(5k/. L. 0. No. 21) 


1727 


H2189 





22 


48 


76 21 


345.6 


9± 


II ...14 


1830+ 


H 






1728 


H3247 




23 


I 


16 40 


196.0 


3± 


12 ...12-13 


1831 + 


H 






1729 


02 56 rej. 


p m"". 66 


23 


6 


47 27 


352.2 


22.81 


6.5.. .10.0 


1867.69 


d 


3 


6.S white 


1730 


9 IV. 89 


L6436 


23 


35 


19 41 


152.0 


20.05 


.... 


1783.73 


M 


I 




1731 


2 7, App. I 


w= m." 456, 459 


23 


48 


27 19 


233-0 


44.04 


6.9... 7.4 


1836.09 


2 


6 


Very white 


1732 


2396 


0. Arg. N. 3863 


23 


55 


58 22 


241.8 


20.37 


6.3... 8.0 


1829.57 


2 


3 


White 


1733 


2401 


■w= m>'. 466 


24 


S 


27 10 


270.0 


II. 12 


6.5... 7.0 


1830.96 


2 


4 


White 


1734 


Espin 121 


DM (57°) 729 


24 


6 


57 51 


325.5 


6.9 


8.0. ..13.5 


1902. 


Es 


2 


{M. N. LXIII, 172) 


1735 


2397 


DM (59°) 671 


24 


8 


60 10 


42.6 


5.12 


8.7. ..10.5 


1829.57 


2 


3 


(See p. 1062) 


1736 


Hu loi 


DM (51°) 746 


24 


13 


51 35 


247.3 


0.74 


9.4... 9.5 


1900.20 


Hu 


2 


(^.7.483) 


1737 


2407 


L 6490 


24 


16 


-II 33 


39.0 


2.33 


8.2. ..10.7 


1833.00 


2 


3 


S.^yel. 


1738 


2403 


wni''. 471 


24 


19 


19 22 


181. 7 


2.91 


8.5... 8.5 


1829.76 


2 


3 


White 


1739 


2 404 rej. 


DM (21°) 473 


24 


21 


21 23 


202.3 


28.56 


9. I. ..10.6 


1903.80 


^ 


2 


A and B ) 


1740 


2 405 rej. 


DM (21°) 474 


24 


28 


21 23 


55-9 
47-5 


26.08 
122.65 


8. 9. ..II. 2 


1903.80 
1903.80 




2 
2 


C and D j- 
A and C ) 


I741 


H 1136 




3 24 


26 


69 47 


220.3 


8± 


10-11 = 10-11 


1828 + 


H 




"Neat" 



34 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



Z^ 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


1742 


S406 


DM (4°) 544 


3'>24"'28=' 


4°45' 


1 24? I 


9-36 


7.0.. 


. 9.0 


1836.92 


S 3 


•J. white 


1743 


2408 


SD (4°) 609 


24 42 


- 4 41 


347.5 


1.37 


8.0. . 


. 8.2 


1831.97 


2 3 


White 


1744 


S398 


.... 


24 43 


57 53 


330.9 


9.93 


10.3.. 


.10.3 


1829.57 


S 3 




1745 


H2igo 


.... 


24 52 


72 II 


320.0 


7± 


13 .. 


.14 


1830 + 


H 


"Close to neb. Ill, 
694" 


1746 


H2ig4 


DM (1°) 611 


25 II 


I 7 


127.5 


22± 


10 .. 


.10-11 


1830 + 


H 


1747 


2400 


DM (,59°) 67s 


?5 12 


59 38 


282.6 


1.53 


7.0.. 


. 8.0 


1829.94 


2 3 


Yel'sh wh.: 

bluish wh. 


1748 


Hn65 


SD (6°) 692 


25 24 


- 6 6 


3-8 


3.87 


9.4.. 


. 9-8 


1888.08 


Com 2 


1749 


H2192 


DM (53°) 678 


25 27 


53 10 


210.8 


i8± 


9-10.. 


.11 


1830+ 


H 




1750 


A. 6. 68 


A. G. Leip. 103s 


25 37 


II 8 


248.5 


18.27 


7.5.. 


• 9.5 


1895.18 


Lp I 




1751 


P787 


1-6473 


25 49 


48 13 


228.5 


2.05 


8.0. . 


.12.0 


1881.69 


/3 3 




I7S2 


S 402 rej. 


1-6435 


25 40 


62 53 




CI. IV 


8 .. 


.10 








From Cat, Nov, 


1753 


¥IV.44 





25 42: 


II 










.... 






1754 


Ho 14 


w m"". 506 


25 57 


27 52 


21. 1 


1.82 


8.2.. 


. 8.7 


1883.50 


Ho 2 




1753 


OS 57 


L 6516-7 


26 20 


22 58 


318.4 


10.01 


7.5.. 


.11.0 


1854.08 


OS 4 


AandB| ACr»/... 
A and C 5 *'""* 












35-0 


71.39 




. 7.0 


1854.08 


OS 4 


1756 


S 411 rej. 


SD(7°)6l8 


26 22 


- 7 30 


90.0 


i8± 


8-9.. 


.10 


1830 + 


H 


A and B ) 
A and C J 












26.8 


25 ± 




.16 


1830 + 


H 


1757 


H334 


DM (31°) 614 


26 z8 


31 41 


i40± 


8± 


9 •■ 


.12 


1820+ 


H 




1758 


A. G. 69 


A. G. Alb. 1020 


26 57 


3 44 


353-7 


6.09 


9.0.. 


. 9.5 


1903. II 


Cg 3 




1759 


P788 


DM (42°) 786 


27 9 


42 II 


306.2 


2.78 


8.3.. 


.10.5 


1881.69 


/3 4 


A and B ) 
A and C $ 












82.2 


.34.44 




. 8.8 


1881.69 


/3 4 


1760 


See 26 


Lac. I128 


27 16 


-25 1 


i8o± 


o.i7± 


6 .. 


. 6 


1897.75 


See 




I76I 


S4t2 


7 Tauri 


27 20 


24 4 


269.9 


0.69 


6.6.. 


. 6.7 


1830.38 


2 5 


AandB ) ab 
AB and C ) ^'''■"* 












63.0 


22.41 




.10.0 


1830.92 


2 4 


176a 


P532 


1.6585 


27 25 


— 10 27 


266.7 


3.05 


7.7.. 


.12.5 


1877.29 


^ 3 




1763 


S 417 rej. 


SD (3°) 572 


27 27 


- 2 57 




CI. IV 


8 .. 


. 9 




S 




1764 


2410 


■w in'". 534 


27 32 


31 37 


208.8 


5.42 


7.8.. 


.11.8 


1831.52 


2 3 


7.8 yeVsh 


1765 


See 27 


0. Arg. S. 2344 


27 32 


— 19 40 


3SI.I 


0.34 


8.2.. 


. 8.8 


1897.83 


See I 




1766 


S414 


L6568 


27 33 


19 24 


185.6 


7.09 


8.0. . 


. 8.0 


1829.76 


2 3 


White 


1767 


H2igi 




27 37 


78 18 


313.6 


i8± 


10 . . 


.10+ 


1830 + 


H 




1768 


H2193 




27 38 


72 55 


250.8 


8± 


11 = 


= II 


1830 + 


H 




1769 


HU207 


SD(l3°) 681 


27 45 


-13 25 


311. 2 


0.89 


8.5. . 


■ 9-5 


1900.10 


Hu 2 


M./.494) 


1770 


S413 


W m". 547 


27 55 


33 17 


130.3 


2.47 


8.5. . 


. 8.5 


1831.51 


2 3 


White 


I77I 


S 416 rej. 


DM (19°) 556 


28 2 


19 24 


44.7 


25 ± 


9 .. 


.10 


1830+ 


H 


Red: blue 


1772 


2415 


w in''. 563 


28 7 


26 27 


51.0 


15.09 


8.3.. 


.10.0 


1830.57 


2 3 


8.3 yel. 


1773 


Hu 102 


DM (48°) 959 


28 8 


48 16 


61.3 


3.06 


9.1.. 


.10.5 


1900.20 


Hu 2 


(A.J.^iS) 


1774 


P533 


B. A. C. IIOI 


28 9 


31 17 


66.1 


0.43 


7.0.. 


. 7.0 


1878.67 


|3 I 




1775 


Espin 54 


DM (48°) 960 


28 38 


48 41 


249.0 


4.0 


9.1.. 


.11.5 


1901 


Es 


(A. N. 3784) 


1776 


P 1040 


I- 6591 


28 49 


29 35 


337-0 


3-54 


8.0. . 


.11.7 


1888.91 


/5 3 




1777 


Hi 137 




29 6 


71 


II. 7 


I0± 


II . . 


.13 


1828 + 


H 




1778 


Hn 9 


0. Aig. N. 3946 


29 II 


47 43 


62.8 


1-33 


8.5.. 


. 8.5 


1881.60 


P 3 




1779 


2 420 


wm''. 591 


29 24 


23 31 


III. 3 


6.47 


8.5. 


.10.8 


1831.71 


2 3 


8.5 ye!'sh 


1780 


9 III. 78 




29 24: 


18 27: 


357-9 


7.17 


• 


•■ 


1783.05 


^ I 




I78I 


02^App)36 


Rod". IO13 


29 26 


63 29 


70.2 


45.83 


6.3. 


. 7-3 


1875.83 


^ 3 




1782 


H2195 




29 53 


5 49 


356.0 


25 ± 


10 . 


.12 


1830 + 


H 




1783 


S430 


L6614 


30 2 


44 25 


94.6 


41.51 


r/2- 


. 8 


1823.98 


S 2 




1784 


H2ig6 


.... 


30 9 


5 51 


83.5 


30 ± 


10 . 


.12 


1830+ 


H 




1785 


See 28 


Cord. G. C. 3943 


30 19 


— 29 29 


103.2 


10.24 


7.3. 


.11.9 


1897.72 


See I 




1786 


H3249 


.... 


30 29 


17 39 


98.4 


3>^± 


13 • 


•13+ 


1831 + 


H 




1787 


2422 


p m". 98 


30 38 


12 


232.2 


6.13 


6.0. 


. 8.2 


1832.75 


2 3 


Golden: blue 


1788 


2419 


0. Arg. N. 3958 


30 43 


69 27 


73-0 


3.13 


7.2. 


■ 7-2 


1828.03 


2 3 


Very white 


1789 


2418 


DM (74°) 167 


30 52 


75 


61.8 


16.10 


8.5- 


• 9.2 


1831.45 


2 3 


Yel. 


1790 


H664 




31 16 


625 


24s ± 


i5± 


10 


..II 


1820 + 


H 




I79I 


H2197 




31 40 


50 18 


42.8 


3± 


9-10 


..II 


1830 + 


H 


"Neat" 


1792 


2424 


DM (27°) 540 


31 54 


27 34 


312.5 


9.51 


8.5. 


..10.5 


1829.67 


S 2 


8.5 white 


1793 


02 60 


L6677 


3 31 59 


24 19 





Obi? 


7 • 




1841.79 


OS I 





35 



3^ 



I 




Burnham: Gi 


zneral Q 


xtalogue of j 


Doub 


le SU 


xys 






Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


1794 


A 459 


SD (8°) 685 


3" 32"" 0' 


- 8° 3' 


3-5 


I -'34 


8.8. 


..13.2 


1903.83 


A 3 


i^Bul. L. 0. No. so) 


1795 


P308 


w m'^. 564 


32 4 


- 8 2 


329-9 


1.50 


8.7. 


-- 9-7 


1876.84 


^ 3 




1796 


HU22 


SD (12°) 680 


32 12 


— II 56 


88.3 


0.64 


8.5. 


.. 9.2 


1900.10 


Hu 2 


{A. J. 480) 


1797 


0259 


L6668 


32 19 


45 38 


349-5 


2.43 


7-5- 


.. 7-8 


1850.61 


OS 4 




1798 


H3583 


.... 


32 22 


—20 52 


89.0 


I2± 


10%. 


=I0>^ 


1836.8 


H 




1799 


S425 


w m''. 657 


32 32 


33 44 


104.6 


2.87 


7-3- 


• 7-3 


1830.16 


S 3 


Very white 


1800 


H3250 


w m''. 676 


32 38 


16 9 


142.3 


30 ± 


7 • 


.16 


1831 + 


H 




1801 


P1231 


DM (65°) 3S9 


32 45 


65 36 


15. 1 


2.64 


8.2. 


.12.5 


1891.84 


/3 5 


A and B ) 
A and C ji 












252.4 


83.75 




. 8.3 


1891.84 


^ 5 


1802 


Webb 


p m''. 97 


32 50 


59 35 


34-3 


55.64 


6 . 


- 9 


1863.02 


Kn I 


Orange: blue 


1803 


P1181 


L6685 


32 54 


45 30 


270. 5 


0-35 


8.1. 


- 8.3 


1890.66 


/3 3 




1804 


H2198 




32 55 


54 13 


309.2 


35 ± 


9 . 


• 9 


1830+ 


H 


"Fine" 


1805 


2426 


w m''. 669 


32 55 


38 44 


340-6 


19.74 


7.0. 


. 8.5 


1829.97 


S 2 


White 


1806 


H?35 


— 


32 59 


29 59 


85 ± 


I2± 


II .. 


.11 + 


1820 + 


H 




1807 


P534 


L6741 


33 I 


- 8 54 


195-3 


2.40 


7.5-. 


.11.1 


1879.24 


^ 4 




1808 


Ho 323 


DM (28°) 560 


33 9 


28 14 


214.^ 


16.03 


8 .. 


-13 


1891.75 


Ho 3 


iA.N.^ni) 


1809 


H1138 





33 18 


67 59 


322.2 


I0± 


10 . . 


.12 


1828 + 


H 


(See p. 1062) 


1810 


2427 


TauH 34 


33 18 


28 23 


208.6 


6.68 


6.6.. 


. 7-4 


1831.09 


S 4 


Wh.; bluish wh. 


1811 


HU813 


DM (20°) 607 


33 23 


21 I 


289.3 


3-45 


7-5-- 


.15.0 


1902.03 


Hu 1 


(See p. 1062) 


1B12 


2421 


DM {71°) 216 


33 32 


71 14 


235-1 


12.40 


7.0.. 


.11.0 


1829.28 


S 2 


7.0 white 


1813 


2 429 rej. 


DM (28°) 563 


33 58 


28 9 




CI. Ill 


8 .. 


.11 


.... 




From Cat. Nov. 


1814 


2430 


Tauri 39 


34 8 


4 44 


55-3 


26.57 


6.0. . 


. 9-0 


1831.23 


S 3 


A and B ) 6.0 very 
A and C S V''- 












301.9 


39-40 




. 9-8 


1831.23 


S 3 


1815 


H 2199 


DM (20°) 609 


34 14 


20 49 


129.5 


i5± 


9-10. . 


.10 


1830 + 


H 




1816 


2 433 rej. 




34 19 


- 8 28 


114-5 


90 ± 


9-10. . 


. 9-10 


1830 + 


H 


FromH(V) 


1817 


A. G. 70 


DM (36°) 735 


34 31 


36 53 


26.4 


6.78 


9-4- 


• 9.5 


1902.70 


^ 2 




1818 


2431 


40 Persei 


34 46 


33 35 


237-2 


20.01 


4.2.. 


• 9-5 


1830.17 


S 3 


if.i greenish white 


i8ig 


A. G. 71 


A. G. Chris. 624 


34 47 


65 43 


242.9 


7-99 


9-4-- 


- 9-5 


1891.84 


|8 2 




1820 


H336 


w m''. 723 


34 54 


32 33 


306 ± 


25 ± 


8 .. 


.10 


1820+ 


H 




1821 


2435 


SD(i3°)7i3 


35 II 


-13 


232.4 


30-21 


7.0.. 


. 8.2 


1832.51 


S 4 


7.0 white 


1822 


H 2201 


L6810 


35 13 


- s 41 


32.6 


40 ± 


8 .. 


- 9 


1830 + 


H 


(See p. 1062) 


1823 


A. G. 72 


DM (29°) 595 


35 22 


29 53 


104.5 


6.33 


9.3-- 


. 9-6 


1903-81 


M 2 




1824 


2 428 reJ. 


DM (70°) 254 


35 26 


70 10 


141-4 


20 ± 


9 -- 


.11 


1830 + 


H 


From H(V) 


1825 


P 1182 


1-6759 


35 30 


48 8 


261.2 


4-37 


6.4.. 


.14.2 


1890.62 


/3 3 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 












242.6 


19-27 




-13-5 


1890.62 


^ 3 


1826 


2435 


DM (as") 593 


35 56 


25 18 


1.6 


12.91 


7-3-- 


. 8.8 


1832.00 


S 5 


White: ash 


1827 


2434 


w= in". 750 


36 6 


38 


88.2 


28.34 


7.0.. 


. 7-8 


1830.59 


S 3 


Golden: bluish wh. 


182S 


02 61 reJ. 


L 6847 


36 19 


7 31 


125-5 


1-93 


7.0.. 


.10.0 


1867.05 


^ 3 


7.2 white 


1829 


2438 


w m". 765 


36 27 


22 21 


241.4 


1.70 


8.5.. 


.10.5 


1832.51 


S 3 




1830 


Hu 436 


SD(i7°)7i5 


36 36 


-17 31 


288.2 


1.27 


7-5-. 


. 9-0 


1901.90 


Hu 3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


1831 


Hu 103 


DM {49°) 1014 


36 37 


49 29 


207.7 


0.84 


8.1.. 


. 8.4 


1900.20 


Hu 2 


{A. J. 48s) 


1832 


2437 


DM (31°) 641 


36 39 


31 44 


128.6 


II. 14 


9.0.. 


. 9.0 


1830.99 


S 2 


White 


1833 


H 2202 




36 40 


- 8 


90.0 


20 ± 


lO-II. 


. . 12 


1830 + 


H 




1834 


P535 


(38) Persei 


36 47 


31 54 


56.8 


0.83 


4.0.. 


. 8.5 


1878.25 


/3 4 


(See p. 1062) 
{A. N. 3557) 


183s 


Ho 504 


L6830 


36 SI 


35 28 


185.3 


0.75 


7.8.. 


. 8 


1896.97 


Ho 2 


1836 


P880 


DM (31°) 634 


37 3 


31 47 


353-7 


0-45 


8.7.- 


. 8.9 


1880.90 


iS 2 


A and B ) (ac = 
AB and C 5 2 439) 












38-1 


23.20 


8.0. . 


. 9-2 


1830.99 


S 2 


1837 


Hn — 


DM (23°) 501 


37 4 


23 39 


131-2 


6. 10 


14 -- 


.14? 


1875.82 


Hn I 




1838 


Barnard 3 


DM (23°) 502 


37 8 


23 43 


147-3 


1-52 


9-6.. 


. 9-8 


1891.97 


/3 3 




1839 


P1041 


W= m". 793, 798 


37 19 


27 31 


38.3 


122.63 


6.2.. 


- 6.3 


1875.42 


^ 3 


A and B i 
B and C 5 












347.8 


7-87 




.12.8 


1888.91 


|8 3 


1840 


A. G. 73 


DM (40°) 829 


37 22 


40 9 


296.8 


19.67 


9.1.. 


• 9-4 


1902.73 


|3 3 




1841 


P1183 


B. A. C. II42 


37 36 


45 18 


139-9 


6.48 


6.3.. 


.14.7 


1890.65 


/3 3 




1842 


2 441 rej. 


0. Arg. N. 4085 


37 36 


47 38 




III-IV 


8 .. 


.10 




S 




1843 


H 2200 


7 Camelopardali 


37 41 


70 58 


237-5 


55± 


5-6.. 


-13 


1830 + 


H 




1844 


2 440 


DM (50°) 818 


3 37 53 


50 47 


225.2 


2.64 


9.2.. 


• 9-5 


1830.89 


2 3 





36 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



Z"^ 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


1845 


S442 


DM (22-) 538 


jhjym 


55= 


22°2l' 


271-7 


2. '50 


9.0 


.- 9-5 


1832.51 


s 


3 




1846 


A 48 


SD (4°) 655 


37 


56 


- 4 40 


33-4 


3-15 


8.5 


--I3-4 


1900.09 


A 


4 


(.4. N. 3668) 


1847 


Hu23 


SD(i3°)724 


38 


5 


-13 40 


87-3 


1. 12 


9.0 


.. 9-1 


1900.05 


Hu 


3 


(.4.7.480) 


1848 


H3251 


19 Pleiadum 


38 


5 


24 6 


332.8 


45 ± 


5-6 


. .10 


183I + 


H 






1849 


OS 62 


L6803 


38 


8 


64 23 


17.6 


0.46 


7.8 


.. 8.0 


1S47.46 


OS 


2 




1850 


A 460 


SD (9°) 736 


38 


9 


- 9 43 


252.1 


0.47 


9-3 


.. 9-4 


1903-85 


A 


3 


(Bid. L. 0. No. 50) 


1851 


LV3 


SD (13°) 725 


38 


32 


-13 48 


358.6 


1.08 


8.3 


. .10.2 


1888.93 


Lv 


2 




1852 


Howes 


DM (22°) 544 


38 


36 


22 19 


137-3 


28.27 


8.0 


..12.0 


1896.66 


Cin 


1 




1853 


S444 


15 « Pleiadum 


38 


43 


22 46 


339-0 


3-28 


7-7 


..10.7 


1832.34 


S 


4 


7,7 very ivh. 


1854 


S443 


DM(4I°)7SO 


38 


47 


41 7 


44-3 


9.08 


8.2 


.. 8.8 


1830.86 


S 


3 


White 


1855 


H3588 


L6947 


38 


59 


-II 9 


222.9 


40 ± 


VA 


• • 9 


1835-9 


H 






1856 


P536 


■w m". 846 


39 


8 


23 49 


336-4 


U.44 


8.3 


•- 9-3 


1878.69 


/3 


3 


A and B ) 














302.4 


36.72 




.. 8.0 


1878.70 


/3 


2 


AB and C >■ 














II. 2 


18.17 




. .12 


1878.67 


» 


I 


C and D ) 


1857 


Hu 208 


SD(io°)738 


39 


9 


-10 44 


159.0 


2.58 


9.0 


.. 9-8 


1900.07 


Hu 


I 


M./.494) 


1858 


Hd — 


23 Tauri 


39 


12 


23 34 






5 







... 






1859 


H 2004 


29 Tauri 


39 


17 


5 41 


68.0 


8o± 


6 


..14 


1830+ 


H 






i860 


H1139 


Rad'. 1056 


39 


20 


70 7 


175.6 


40 ± 


8-9 


. .10 


1828 + 


H 






1861 


Ku 15 


DM (30°) 573 


39 


23 


30 26 


158.0 


2.12 


9-8 


. .10.0 


1901.04 


Ku 


I 


A and B ) 
AandC) 














252-4 


15.52 




..II. 3 


1901.04 


Ku 


I 


1862 


H3252 





39 


24 


16 47 


299.4 


8± 


lO-I 


. . .12 


1831 + 


H 






1863 


Ha 546 


DM (51°) 777 


39 


25 


51 40 


72.4 


0.24 


8.5 


..'8.8 


1900.64 


Hu 


3 




1864 


OS 63 


Bad'. 1064 


39 


28 


50 22 


270.2 


6.89 


6.3 


..11.5 


1848.91 


OS 


3 


6.3 white 


1865 


S436 


DM (56°) 846 


39 


45 


56 45 


74-0 


57-71 


7 


.. 8 


1823.99 


S 


2 




1866 


P537 


DM (24°) 563 


39 


54 


24 28 


185.9 


0.60 


8-5 


..10.5 


1877.91 


/S 


2 




1867 


Ha63 




40 


: 


-16 50: 


297-9 


26.27 


10 


..10.5 


1867.08 


Hd 


I 




1868 


S 451 rej. 


w" jni". 748 


40 


6 


-13 42 


322.6 


20 ± 


9 


..10 


1836.9 


H 






1869 


S447 


DM (37°) 830 


40 


8 


37 58 


178.3 


26.46 


7.8 


.. 9-0 


1830.59 


S 


3 


T.iyel'sh 


1870 


H5457 




40 


14 


33 14 


IIO± 


5± 


8 


..15 


1823 + 


H 






187I 


S448 


DM (33°) 717 


40 


16 


33 14 


18.6 


3-27 


7.2 


.. 9-7 


1831.39 


S 


3 


7.2 white 


1872 


2449 


DM (24°) 567 


40 


16 


24 17 


330.9 


6-79 


8.5 


. .11.0 


1832.24 


S 


3 




1873 


S450 


Tauri 79 


40 


17 


23 33 


267.2 


S-72 


8.0 


..lO.O 


1832.24 


s 


3 


Vel'sh wh.: ash 


1874 


H2205 


.... 


40 


19 


3 3 


146.4 


3± 


10 


..11 + 


1830 + 


H 






1875 


S 8, App. I 


17 Tauri (Alcyone) 


40 


21 


23 44 


289.3 
344-1 
303-9 


117. 16 
85.64 
74-68 


3-8 


.. 7-0 


1836.18 
1824.00 
1824.00 


s 
s 
s 


5 
2 
2 


A and B 1 
B and C >■ 
B and D ) 


1876 


Hu 209 


DM (49°) 1032 


40 


23 


50 I 


87.6 


1.27 


8.7 


• - 9-7 


1900.61 


Hu 


3 


U- J- 494) 


1877 


S446 





40 


25 


52 17 


252.7 


8.54 


7.0 


.. 9-2 


1830.74 


s 


2 


AandB) y.oj'^rjA 
A and C $ «"*• 














41. 1 


12.73 




. .12.2 


1892.98 


Es 


3 


1878 


P 1003 


0. Arg. S. 2518 


40 


25 


—28 15 


20.5 


2.69 


8.1 


. .12.0 


1881.54 


/3 


2 




1879 


S445 


DM (59°) 720 


40 


39 


59 45 


253.2 


2.96 


8.2 


.. 9.2 


1831.22 


S 


3 


White 


1880 


P538 


Tar. 1634 


40 


51 


23 44 


138.0 


2.27 


10 


..II 


1877.73 


)3 


I 




1881 


H2203 


DM (77°) 136 


41 


I 


77 26 


70.3 


25 ± 


9-10 


..II 


1830 + 


H 






1882 


P1184 


DM (21°) 526 


41 


M 


22 


272-3 


0.62 


8.1 


.. 8.3 


1890.83 


/3 


3 




1883 


P1105 


DM (23°) 554 


41 


26 


23 49 


57-7 


0.33 


9-3 


..10.3 


1889.62 


|3 


3 




1884 


H 2200 


.... 


41 


35 


52 2 


318-5 


I2± 


10 


.. .11 


1830 + 


H 






1885 


OS 516 


w m". 888 


41 


35 


31 54 


40.1 


2-35 


7-2 


.. 9-2 


1854-39 


OS 


4 




1886 


S452 


30 Tauri 


41 


41 


10 46 


57-9 


8.90 


4-5 


.. 9-6 


1830.71 


S 


6 


4.5 iluish gr. 


1887 


S453 


27 Tauri (Atlas) 


42 


I 


23 41 


29.2 


0.35 


5 


... 8 


1830. 


s 


I 




1888 


S 456 rej. 


DM (1°) 664 


42 


10 


I 13 


122.4 


i8± 


9 


...10 


1830 + 


H 






1889 


OS (App) 40 


w m". 903 


42 


12 


24 I 


308.2 


87.00 


6.3 


.. 7.2 


1875.01 


J 


3 




1890 


Ho 324 


w in''. 777 


42 


14 


14 36 


341-7 


0.48 


8.1 


... 8.3 


1890.07 


Ho 


2 




189I 


H 2207 


.... 


42 


22 


55 3 


42.8 


I0± 


10 


...II 


1830 + 


H 






1892 


H 22og 


.... 


42 


23 


- 9 14 


26S± 


I2± 


9 


...10 


1830 + 


H 






1893 


H — 




42 


29 


17 57 


353.6 


7± 


12 


...13-14 


1831 + 


H 






1894 


Krzi 


A. G. Hels. 3242 


3 42 


30 


55 39 


278.2 


4-36 


9-8 


. ..10 


1890.77 


/3 


I 





37 



3^ 







Burnham: G 


eneral C 


%talogue of J 


Doub 


le Sh 


xrs 








Numbei 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 

Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


1895 


S458 


DM (17°) 63s 


3" 42" 4 4' 


I7°S5' 


195-2 


4 '94 


9.0. 


■■ 9-3 


1831.07 


S 3 




1896 


A. G. 74 


A. G. Leip. 1 1 12 


42 49 


12 33 


194-5 


12.33 


8.7. 


..10.5 


1893.97 


Lp I 




1897 


02 64 


pm''. 165 


42 SO 


23 29 


239.0 


3-25 


7.0. 


.. 9.9 


1847.16 


OS 4 


A and B 1 y.„ 

A and C 5 «'*'■'< 












237.2 


10.58 




.. 9.0 


1847.16 


OS 4 


1898 


P Z106 




42 58 


23 SI 


51-7 


0.40 


II. 5. 


..11.5 


1889.59 


/3 I 




1899 


H3594 


0. Arg. S. 2549 


43 5 


-20 47 


87-3 


I2± 


8 . 


..14 


1835-9 


II 




1900 


02 65 


B. A. C. 1 192 


43 6 


25 13 


209.2 


0.74 


6.5. 


.. 6.8 


1846.16 


OS 4 




1901 


P539 


W" ra". 809 


43 13 


- I 53 


271.2 


2.79 


9 • 


. .11 


1877.88 


|8 2 




igo2 


H666 


L 7069 


43 IS 


9 3 


25± 


25 ± 


6 . 


..17-18 


1820 + 


H 




1903 


S457 


DM (22°) 576 


43 IS 


22 19 


104.8 


1.26 


8.8. 


.. 8.8 


1831.17 


S 4 


White 


1904 


HU814 


DM (32°) 669 


43 28 


32 12 


89.0 


0.96 


8.4. 


••13-5 


1902.75 


IIu 1 


(See p. 1062) 


1905 


S459 


w= ra". 929 


43 33 


29 18 


318.3 


12.84 


7.8. 


.10.7 


1831.38 


S 3 


7.8 yeVsh 


1906 


02 66 


Rad'. 1084 


44 


40 26 


136. 1 


0.48 


7-5- 


. 8.0 


1846.44 


OS 2 


White: olive 


1907 


P401 


L 7109 


44 10 


- I S3 


254-5 


4.65 


6.8. 


.10.8 


1877.20 


i 3 




1908 


H667 




44 IS 


- 33 


90 ± 


4-5 


9 ■ 


.12 


1820 + 


11 


A and B 
A and C 












300 ± 


I5± 




.18 


1820 + 


H 


1909 


H3248 


DM (13°) 610 


44 36 


13 55 


30. 5 


3± 


lO-II 


•■13 


1831 + 


H 




igio 


He68 


DM (-0°) 608 


44 44 


— 32 


3i5± 


i8± 


8 . 


.12 


1830 + 


H 




1911 


See 33 


Cord.DM(22°)l347 


44 44 


—22 19 


299.2 


10.73 


7 . 


.10.8 


1897.72 


See 1 




1912 


H3253 


DM (25°) 632 


44 56 


25 52 


74-4 


i8± 


9-10. 


.10-11 


1831 + 


H 


B = DM(25') 633 


1913 


2455 


0. Arg. N. 4210 


44 57 


69 10 


167.4 


11.87 


8.2. 


. 8.7 


1827.75 


S 2 




1914 


H 2210 




45 23 


5 12 


333-5 


3± 


12 


•13 


1830 + 


II 




1915 


2463 


DM { — 0°) 610 


45 26 


— 2 


203-5 


10.78 


8.5.. 


.11.3 


1831.97 


2 3 


8.5 >■«:?. 


1916 


H3599 


SD (19°) 756 


4S 49 


-19 17 


66.7 


I2± 


10 . 


.10^ 


1836.8 


H 




1917 


2461 


DM (56°) 856 


45 51 


56 9 


104.7 


1.22 


8.0.. 


.10.6 


1832.21 


S 5 


i.oyel. 


1918 


H2208 


0. Arg. N. 4201 


46 9 


78 42 


146-3 


12± 


9 .- 


.12 


1830 + 


H 




1919 


H3602 




46 23 


-27 50 


347 ± 


4± 


10: 


= 10 


1835-9 


H 


" Neat double star " 


1920 


H3601 


0. Arg. S. 2596 


46 31 


-23 18 


303. S 


i5± 


8K-- 


.10 


18359 


H 




1921 


2464 


iPersei 


46 35 


31 32 


207.6 


12.48 


2.7.. 


- 9.3 


1830.54 


S 3 


A and B ~ 














280 ± 


25± 




■(17) 


1820 + 


H 


AandC 


AB 












198.8 


84.38 




-(15) 


1825.01 


S 2 


AandD 


■ gr.wh.: 
ask 












184.6 


119.07 




-(13) 


1824.98 


S 2 


A andE 




1922 


P743 


DM (51°) 802 


46 36 


SI 54 


250.2 


0.82 


8.5. . 


. 9.0 


1880.06 


/3 I 




1923 


2462 




46 42 


52 I 


319-8 


7-79 


9.0.. 


.10.7 


1831.71 


S 4 




1924 


H338 


30 Eridani 


46 47 


- S 43 


i35± 


I0± 


5 •• 


•17 


1820-4- 


H 




1925 


Hn66 


L7187 


46 48 


- 8 51 


31.^ 


2.20 


8.0.. 


.12.2 


1888.81 


Com 3 




1926 


H669 


DM (34°) 762 


46 52 


34 57 


265 ± 


I0± 


10 . . 


.10+ 


1820 + 


H 




1927 


0267 


Camelop. 9 (Hev.) 


46 55 


60 45 


39.3 


1.72 


S.O.. 


. 8.2 


1847.18 


OS 3 


Orange: blue 


1928 


H 2212 


SD (6°) 766 


46 55 


— 6 19 


302.1 


I2± 


9-10. . 


.12 


1830 + 


H 


'*A 10 m. star 40° f" 


1929 


P 1276 


L 7190 


47 4 


— 2 12 


81. 1 


0.96 


8.7.. 


. 9-0 


1898.73 


P 3 


B and C I AB= 
A and BC 5 2 468 












97-7 


20.06 


8.7.. 


- 9-7 


1831.40 


S 3 


1930 


2 466 


SD (2°) 747 


47 8 


— 2 21 


59. 7 


8.08 


8.2.. 


.10.5 


1831.73 


2 3 


8.2 j/f/. 


1931 


Ku 16 


DM (50°) 859 


47 20 


SO 47 


270.8 


2.34 


9.8.. 


.10.4 


1901.62 


Ku 2 


Kustner(382i) 


1932 


Hu6o6 


DM (34°) 766 


47 36 


34 47 


34-5 


3-04 


8.9.. 


.11.2 


1903.06 


Hu 3 




1933 


S440 


43 Penei 


47 [41 


SO 21 


30.3 


76.93 


5 .. 


•IS 


1825.01 


S 2 




1934 


H — 


DM (51°) 807 


47 43 


52 I 


85-3 


i6± 


10 .. 


.11 


1830 + 


H 




1935 


H 2213 





47 47 


2 54 


10.9 


6± 


II .. 


•14 


1830 + 


H 


A and B 1 ..q jifl;. 
AandC 5 <=""" 












93-0 


I0± 




.16 


1830 + 


H 


1936 


Ho 325 


L7185 


47 S3 


30 41 


12.3 


21.78 


6 .. 


.12 


1891.99 


Ho I 




1937 


246s 


DM(47°)9IS 


48 4 


47 8 


231-7 


5-56 


8.0.. 


.10.1 


1832.70 


S 4 


YePsh wk. 


1938 


02(App)4i 


w m". 900 


48 6 


4 49 


356.9 


58.88 


7.3-. 


. 8.3 


1875.30 


^ 3 




1939 


2470 


32 Eridani 


48 16 


- 3 19 


347-3 


6.70 


4.0.. 


. 6.0 


1833-15 


2 3 


Yel.: blue 


1940 


P540 


DM (31°) 669 


48 21 


31 48 


326.0 


1.22 


8. 1.. 


.11.5 


1878.65 


iS 2 


A and B ) 
A and C 5 












57-2 


57.14 




. 8.^: 


1878.70 


/3 2 


1941 


A 461 


SD (7°) 698 


48 31 


- 7 10 


33-7 


0.23 


9-3-. 


. 9-6 


1903.78 


A 3 




1942 


H 2214 


.... 


3 48 32 


— 10 IS 


63.2 


3± 


lO-II. 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 































38 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



2i^ 



Number 


Bouble Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. iSjo 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


1943 


P85 


w m''. 1031 


3" 48"" 


34^ 


I7°I7' 


2l6?9 


4-14 


7-9- 


.10.1 


1875.66 


A 4 




1944 


P263 


w m''. 1028 


48 


SO 


32 SO 


70.6 


0.67 


8.2. 


. 8.5 


1875-93 


A 6 




1945 
1946 


P541 
HU815 


w m''. 923 

DM(2I°)S5S 


48 
48 


S3 
S3 


- I 37 

21 25 


259.8 
205.5 


1-34 
2.64 


8.5. 
8.0. 


.10.5 
.12.0 


1877-95 
1902.12 


/3 I 
Hu I 


(See p. 1062) 


1947 


Hn 67 


L7249 


48 


54 


-13 4 


IS3-4 


2.97 


7.8. 


. 8.5 


1886.97 


LM 4 




1948 


2469 


Persei 189 


49 


6 


41 32 


148.7 


9-lS 


7-2- 


.10.7 


1828.70 


S 2 


7,2 white 


1949 


H 1 140 


DM (69°) 233 


49 


31 


69 3S 


115.7 


IS± 


9-10. 


.11 


1828 + 


H 




1950 


S471 


s Persei 


49 


48 


39 40 


9.2 


8.81 


3-1- 


. 8.3 


1832.59 


S 5 


Green: bluish wk. 


195 1 


Hn68 




49 


SO 


-17 19 


178. 1 


8.86 


10. 0. 


.11.3 


1888.63 


Com 2 




1952 


S460 


Cep/tei 41) (Her.) 


49 


57 


80 22 


355-8 


0.86 


5.2. 


. 6.1 


1836.4s 


S 3 


Yel.: Hue 


1953 


A 462 


SD (7°) 707 


50 


21 


-718 


198.4 


1.65 


9.0. 


.10.0 


1877.86 


? I 


AB and C ) 
A and B ) 














289.1 


0.32 


9.0. 


. 9.2 


1903.80 


A 3 


1954 


Ho 220 


SD (11°) 762 


50 


29 


— II I 


III. 3 


1.54 


8.0. 


.11.0 


1890.13 


Ho 2 




1955 


A 463 


SD(6°)787 


SO 


40 


- 6 44 


46.6 


0.40 


9.4. 


- 9-5 


1903.88 


^ 3 


{5a/. L. 0. No. 50) 


1956 
1957 


Ho 505 
H1169 


w» m''. 1067 

DM (18°) 565 


50 
50 


44 
S3 


32 24 
18 3S 


194.4 
192.0 


1.12 

2.34 


8 . 
9.2. 


.10 
. 9-7 


1897.00 
1888.10 


Ho 3 
Com 3 


{,A. N. 3557) 

(Seep. 1063) 


1958 


A. G. 75 


DM (27°) 609 


50 


55 


27 37 


13-7 


6.25 


9.2. 


• 9-5 


1903.81 


How 2 




1959 


H 2211 


DM (78°) 143 


SO 


SS 


78 6 


265.1 


I0± 


8-9. 


•13 


1830 + 


H 


(See p. 1063) 


i960 
1961 


Hu 24 
02 68 rej. 


DM (11°) 543 
Rad'. 1 1 10 


51 
SI 




3 


II 9 

47 48 


265.0 
175.6 


1.45 
38.88 


8.5. 
7.0. 


-11-3 
. 8.1 


1900.09 
1867.71 


Hu 2 

A 3 


(^./. 480) 
White 


1962 


P543 


wm". 974 


SI 


25 


- I 30 


32.0 


11.15 


8.5. 


.10.5 


1877.82 


i8 I 




1963 


S473 


DM (9°) 521 


SI 


25 


9 17 


9S-I 


16.08 


8.7. 


.10.5 


1829.16 


S 2 




1964 


Bird I 


0. Arg. N. 431S 


SI 


26 


62 10 


225 ± 


2± 


7-2- 


. 8.5 


1872. 




A and B 1 
A and C ) 














I74± 


6± 


. 


• 9-5 


1872. 




1965 
1966 


H 2215 
02 69 


DM (52°) 736 
I'7293 


51 

SI 


3S 
41 


S3 2 
38 29 


72 ± 
327-7 


i8± 
1-65 


9-10. 
6.4. 


9-10-f 
- 9-1 


1830 + 
1849.83 


H 
OS 4 


White: ash 


1967 


Hu2S 


DM (11°) 548 


51 


SO 


II 47 


325-7 


0-79 


8.6. 


• 9-1 


1900.09 


Hu 2 


(.4./. 480) 


1968 


A 464 


SD (6°) 793 


SI 


SO 


- 6 46 


358.2 


0.92 


9.0. 


.13-2 


1903.86 


A 2 


(5»/. L. 0. No. 50) 


1969 


2473 


SD(7'')7I2 


52 


3 


- 7 28 


15-9 


7.48 


8.2. 


.10.6 


1831.06 


S 4 


8.2 white 


1970 
1971 


Hn 70 
Hu2e 


.w m''. 996 
SD (10°) 799 


52 
S2 


II 
16 


- S IS 
-10 34 


272.3 
258.3 


3-42 
2.25 


8.3. 
9.0. 


. 9.2 
- 9-4 


1888.08 
1900.04 


Com 3 
Hu 3 


(.A. J. 480) 


1972 
1973 


Hn7i 
A 465 


w m''. 1005 

A. G. Caitib. 1942 


52 
52 


21 
22 


- 9 IS 
28 28 


157.2 
202.4 


4.05 
1.74 


8.8. 
9.0. 


.12.2 
.10.8 


1888.37 
1903.82 


Com I 
A 2 


(£«/. L. 0. No. 50) 


1974 
1975 
1976 


H339 

H3608 

HU27 


7 Eridani 
DM (9°) 523 


S2 
52 
52 


23 
24 
26 


31 58 

-13 SI 

9 27 


I95± 
233-6 
210.8 


20 ± 
4S± 
0.5s 


8 . 

3K- 
8.1. 


.12 
••13 
.. 8.5 


1820 + 
1834 + 
1899-45 


H 
H 
Hu 2 


(A. J. 480) 


1977 


P1042 


1-7372 


52 


36 


- 3 


93-8 
3S-I 


54-93 
1.09 


7 
8 


S- 
7- 


.. 9-S 


1888 '92 
1888.92 


^ 3 

/3 3 


AandB) 
BandC) 


1978 
1979 
1980 


Hu28 
HU2g 
2478 


DM (11°) 552 
SD (10°) 808 

w in". 1016 


S3 
S3 
53 


3 

5 

II 


II 7 

— 10 40 

II 12 


342-1 
311-S 
137-2 


0.97 
0.44 
9-57 


9 
8 

8 


0. 

S- 
2. 


.. 9-2 
.. 8.8 
.. 9.2 


1900.07 
1900.04 
1829.75 


Hu I 
Hu 2 
S 3 


(X, /. 480) 
(,A.J. 480) 
8.2 white 


ig8i 
1982 
1983 


A. G. 76 
2472 
2476 


A. G. Alb. 1 1 65 
DM (71°) 229 

w m''. 11 19 


S3 
S3 
S3 


19 
20 

36 


2 20 
71 42 
38 20 


4S± 

iS-3 

283.8 


8± 

6.64 

17.58 


8 
9 

7 


7- 
2. 

s. 


.. 9.7 
.. 8.7 


1827.75 
1831.85 


S 

S 3 


Yel.: Hue 


1984 
1985 


Hn 10 
2479 


DM (47°) 930 

p m*". 213 


S3 
S3 


42 
SO 


48 3 
22 52 


89-S 
128.5 
240.5 


4.42 

7-41 
58.10 


8 
7 


S- 
0. 


. .10.0 
-- 7-9 
.. 9-4 


1881.60 
1831.69 
1831.69 


P 3 

S 5 
2 4 


AandB 

AB white 
A and C J 


1986 
1987 


2477 
H2216 


DM(4I°)79S 


S3 
54 


S3 

I 


41 31 
72 9 


213-4 
214.8 


2.98 
i6± 


8.3- 
10 . 


• • 9-3 
--14 


1830.18 
1830+ 


S 3 
H 


8.3 yel. 


1988 
1989 
1990 


HS459 
Hu 210 
2481 


DM (8°) 611 
DM (51°) 83s 
DM (27°) 618 


S4 
54 
54 


6 

3S 

S2 


8 3S 
51 48 
27 47 


257. 

192.7 
106.6 
329.2 


9± 

0.33 

2.22 

18.78 


9 • 
9.0. 
7.2. 


. .10 
.. 9-8 
..10.8 
.. 9.2 


1828.0 
1900.86 
1832.19 
1832.19 


H 
Hu 2 

S 3 
S 5 


(^./. 494) 

A and B ) 7.2 very 

\ yel.: 
A and C 9.2 blue 


1991 
1992 
1993 


H3613 
H 2218 
2480 


SD(I4°)798 
0. Arg. W. 4384 


S4 

S4 

3 S4 


54 

SS 
57 


-14 SI 
4 49 

SS 25 


147-7 
324.2 


6± 
9± 

3-21 


10 . 

11 . 
8.3. 


..loj^ 
. .12 
.. 8.5 


1835-9 
1830+ 
1831.22 


H 
H 

2 3 


"Neat" 
YeVsh 



39 



3"— 4>' 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 


1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 

Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


1994 


A. G. 77 


DM (22°) 620 


3" 54 


"57' 


23° 0' 


171-7 


1-55 


9 . 


. .10 


1902.41 


M 


3 




1995 


H670 





55 


5 


31 50 


50± 


9± 


10 


=: 10 


1820 + 


H 






1996 


Ho 221 


DM (54°) 734 


55 


10 


54 45 


95-6 


4.64 


7.0. 


..II.7 


1888.54 


Ho 


2 




1997 


S487 


w" m"". 1054 


55 


12 


-10 47 


8.7 


11-93 


8.7. 


.. 9.2 


1831.40 


S 


3 


A and B J 
A and C 5 














237-4 


21.73 




..10.3 


1831.40 


2 


3 


1998 


OS 70 


p m'". 220 


55 


14 


9 40 


227.2 


11-93 


5.8. 


..II. 8 


1848.52 


OS 


2 


6.3 'whitt 


1999 


H 2217 





55 


15 


52 18 


273 ± 


3± 


13 . 


..14 


1830 + 


H 




"s/tl curious knot 


2000 


Espin 122 


DM (61°) 666 


55 


18 


61 50 


248.7 


5-0 


8.6. 


..10.5 


1902 


Es 


2 


of stars." 


2002 


A 49 


SD (3°) 661 


55 


21 


- 3 IS 


254-9 


1.58 


8.8. 


. 10.2 


1900.12 


A 


3 


{A. N. 3668) 


2003 


A 466 


SD (8°) 769 


55 


44 


- 7 58 


252.6 


3-46 


8.9. 


.13-0 


1903.91 


A 


2 


{Bui. L. 0. No. so) 


2004 


2482 


■w^ra''. 1 167 


55 


49 


21 48 


124. 1 


13-33 


8.5. 


.10.0 


1830.38 


S 


3 


8.5 yel. 


2005 


Hde4 





56 




-15 56 


I30± 


6± 


8.3. 


. 9.4 


1881.I2 


Hd 


I 




2006 


Hdes 


.... 


56 


: 


-16 7 


127.0 


8.99 


8.5. 


. 9-5 


1867.07 


Hd 


I 




2007 


S483 


DM (39°) 918 


56 


2 


39 II 


II. 6 


2.80 


8.0. 


- 9-5 


1830.52 


S 


3 


8.0 white 


2008 


Espin 55 


DM (58°) 698 


56 


12 


58 58 


261.3 


9.01 


8.1. 


.12.5 


1901.98 


Es 


2 




2009 


2 488 rej. 


SD (4°) 721 


56 


19 


- 4 22 


33-4 


I6± 


10 . 


.11 


1830 + 


H 






2010 


2489 


SD (7°) 724 


56 


31 


— 7 20 


1951 


3.29 


8.5. 


. 8.7 


1831.06 


S 


3 


White 


201 1 


2474 


DM (75°) 162 


56 


55 


75 55 


145.4 


22.55 


8.5. 


. 8.5 


1831.28 


s 


2 


White 


2012 


SN.93 





57 


± 


23 6± 


.... 


CI. II 






1793.00 


IJt 






2013 


P544 


36 Tauri 


57 


II 


23 46 


257-9 


25.06 


6 . 


.12.5 


1877.86 


|3 


I 




2014 


2 485 


Had'. 1 131 


57 


18 


62 


303.3 
64.0 


17.98 
48.96 


6.1. 


. 6.2 


1830.24 
1830.87 


S 

s 


5 
3 


A and B -, 
BandAi | Wh.: 


2015 


2484 


.... 








132.4 


5.42 


9.0.. 


• 9-5 


1830.87 


s 


3 


V U«ish 
Ai and Bi | a,^. 














334.3 


22.57 




. 9.0 


1830.87 


s 


3 


Ai and Ci ) 


2016 


P 1004 


Xac. 1326 


57 


27 


-34 49 


154.1 


1.79 


7.5.. 


. 7.9 


1881.85 


§ 


3 


A and B ) 
A and C J 














131. 2 


62.98 




.11.2 


1881.86 


p 


2 


2017 


H3ei5 


SD (is°) 708 


57 


34 


-15 28 


160.6 


25 ± 


8 .. 


• 9 


1835.9 


H 






2018 


Hu547 


DM (50°) 901 


57 


49 


50 15 


261. 1 


4.43 


8.5. . 


.13.0 


1902.05 


Hu 


3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


2019 


P1277 


DM (27°) 630 


58 


15 


28 74 


259.0 


1.34 


8.0. . 


.12.2 


1898.84 


P 


2 


AandB) 
A and C ) 














69.7 


54.53 




. 9.2 


1898.87 


P 


3 


2020 


H3617 


SD(I2°) 784 


58 


22 


-12 5 


61.3 


i5± 


^%.. 


.12 


1836.9 


H 






2021 


Hn 72 


SD (9°) 806 


59 


4 


- 9 4 


33-1 


2.03 


10. 0. . 


.10.2 


1888.09 


Corr 


3 




2022 


0271 


L7561 


59 


16 


33 7 


206.4 


0.98 


7.0.. 


. 9.0 


1846.44 


OS 


2 


A and B 1 White: 
A and C J «^* 
















20± 




.(13) 


1820 + 


H 




2023 


H340 





59 


16 


32 8 


300 ± 


I4± 


9 .. 


.11 


1820 + 


H 






2024 


2491 


DM (10°) 537 


59 


17 


10 39 


III. 4 


2.70 


8.2.. 


. 8.8 


1830.69 


S 


3 


Yefsh 


2025 


P1005 


DM (28°) 618 


59 


20 


28 37 


62.7 


3.35 


8.5.. 


.11.7 


1881.86 


P 


2 




2026 


P545 


1-7556 


59 


24 


37 42 


310.0 


1.02 


8.O.. 


.11.5 


1878.24 


P 


4 




2027 


02531 


B. A. C. 1264 


59 


34 


37 45 


147-9 


3.30 


6.5.. 


. 8.2 


1855.55 


OS 


10 


Yel.: red 


2028 


S443 


DM (13°) 642 


59 


49 


14 2 


113-9 


44.21 


9 .. 


.10 


1825.10 


s 


2 


A and B 
A andC 














301.2 


181. 91 




• 5? 


1825.10 


s 


I 


2029 


Hu 211 


DM (49°) II06 


59 


45 


49 57 


270.8 


1.65 


8.6.. 


.10.3 


1900.85 


Hu 


4 


(^.7.494) 


2030 


H 2220 


DM (56°) 885 


59 


49 


56 7 


296.4 


I4± 


9 .. 


.14 


1830 + 


H 






2031 


2 492 rej. 


Win''. 1251 


4 


6 


41 10 


202.3 


94.39 


6.6.. 




1900.71 


P 


2 


A and B 
B and C ) 














135-7 


5.60 


10 . . 


.10 


1900.71 


iS 


2 


2032 


H 22ig 







13 


51 45 


251.7 


5± 


lO-II. 


.•13 


1830 + 


H 






2033 


2490 


0. Arg. N. 4475 





14 


59 50 


55-7 


4.55 


8.5.. 


. 9.0 


1830.21 


S 


3 


White 


2034 


2493 


■wm". 1 146 





22 


5 22 


98.1 


1.83 


8.5.. 


. 9.0 


1831.68 


s 


3 


Yel. 


2035 


H3619 


.... 





23 


-12 6 


324 ± 


I5± 


10 . . 


.12 


1836.9 


H 






2036 


H 1141 







27 


68 49 


167.0 


I2± 


10 .. 


.10 


1828 + 


H 






ZO37 


H 2221 


.... 





28 


3 5 


240 ± 


I2± 


II .. 


.13 


1830 + 


H 






2038 


Ho 506 


DM (67°) 311 





33 


67 40 


72.1 


2.08 


8.5.. 


.10.5 


1895.99 


Ho 


I 


(4.Af. 3557) 


ZO39 


2486 


DM (79°) 135 





42 


79 II 


338.5 


8.86 


9.0.. 


.10.5 


1831.79 


S 


2 


(See p. 1063) 


2040 


2495 


Tauri 179 





54 


14 50 


216. 1 


3.64 


6.0. . 


. 8.8 


1830.43 


s 


3 


YePshwh.: bluish 


2041 


23114 


W= m*". 1273 


4 I 


3 


39 51 


190. 1 


1.92 


8.0.. 


.10.5 


1832.38 


s 


5 


i.oyersh 



40 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



411 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A.I 


38a 


Decl. 1880 


Position 

Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


2042 


E 2222 




^h jii 


3= 


5° 2' 


155-3 


18" ± 


II 


. .12 


1830 + 


H 






2043 


0272 


p m''. 249 




7 


17 I 


322.8 


4-49 


6.1 


.. 9.2 


1854-51 


OS 


5 


6.1 golden 


2044 


P309 


L765S 




22 


19 25 


279.1 


5.66 


8 





..11.3 


1875.65 


A 


3 




204s 
2046 


P1232 

Hdee 


w m". 1286 
SD(i6°)783 




26 
32 


28 52 
— 16 10 


350.4 
261.7 


0.30 
18.52 


8 
9 


4 
3 


•• 9-3 
•• 9-5 


1891.98 
1868.48 


Hd 


3 
3 




2047 


A 467 


SD (6°) 823 




34 


- 6 48 


227.1 


2.94 


9 





..10.8 


1903.83 


A 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


2048 


A 468 


SD(7°)746 




36 


- 7 17 


189.5 


0.74 


8 


5 


.. 9.5 


1903.91 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


2049 


H2223 


DM (0°) 699 




43 


I 


200.6 


I2± 


9- 





. .10 


1830 + 


H 




Rather fainter ( 1877.1) 


2050 


Ho 326 


DM (28°) 627 




44 


28 20 


346.5 


0.29 


8 





.. 8.0 


1890.13 


Ho 


3 




2051 


S494 


Win''. 1300 




45 


22 47 


189.9 


5.08 


7 


7 


.. 7-7 


1830.85 


S 


3 


Very wh. 


2052 


Ho 327 


L7665 


2 


3 


31 20 


321-7 


16.26 


6 


3 


. .12 


1892.07 


Ho 


2 




2053 


S497 


DM (8°) 638 


2 


3 


8 8 


236.3 


14-32 


8 


5 


..10.7 


1829.98 


S 


2 


8.5 yel'sh 


2054 


Howe 9 


0. Arg. S. 2825 


2 


13 


-29 8 


166.4 


I. 21 


8 


2 


.. 8.6 


1878.05 


Cin 


1 




2055 


A. G. 78 


A. G. Lund 2136 


2 


27 


35 59 


199.4 


17.84 


9 


I 


.. 9.2 


1902.70 


/3 


2 




2056 


Hu 301 


DM(l0°) 541 


2 


32 


10 27 


299.8 


0.75 


8 


S 


.. 9-6 


1901.39 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 12) 


2057 


S501 


SD (3°) 690 


2 


37 


- 3 


296.0 


29.44 


8 


3 


-• 9.5 


1831.40 


S 


3 




2058 


2499 


DM (23°) 630 


2 


54 


23 48 


291. 1 


1.64 


9 


2 


.. 9.3 


1833.53 


S 


3 


A and B ) 
AB and C ) 


2059 
2060 


P545 
2498 


w» m''. 1323 

DM (53°) 742 


3 
3 


12 
22 


41 33 
53 28 


279.5 

24-3 

173.6 


30.29 
0.92 
1.04 


8 
9 






. .11.2 
.. 8.0 
•- 9-7 


1833.53 
1878.67 
1833.24 


s 
s 


3 
1 

5 


2061 


S500 


DM (39°) 945 


3 


26 


39 57 


79.0 


3-93 


8 


5 


.. 9.5 


1831.19 


s 


3 


Yel'sk wh. 


2062 


A 469 


SD (8°) 798 


3 


31 


- 8 13 


343.9 


0.24 


8 





.. 8.0 


1903.89 


A 


3 


(Bui L. 0. No. so) 


2063 
2064 


2 496 rej. 
2 502 rej. 


DM (26°) 687 


3 
3 


4S: 
53 


70 12 
26 12 


41.5 
330.0 
309.9 
304.7 


35 ± 
i8± 

i5± 
8± 


10 
9 


..10+ 
. .11 
. .12 
. .12 


1830-f 

1830 + 

1831 + 
1831 + 


H 
H 
H 
H 




A and C ) From H 
„ . „ (V). (See 
B and C ) p. 1063) 

A and B ) From H 
„ , „ (VI). (See 
B and C ) p. 1063) 


2065 


A 470 


SD (9°) 833 


4 


31 


- 9 7 


18.6 


0.83 


9.3 


•• 9-5 


1903.94 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


2066 


H341 





4 


40 


35 25 


32s ± 


I0± 


10 


. .11 


1820 + 


H 






2067 


Hu 212 


DM (51°) 883 


5 


2 


51 31 


8.0 


0.33 


9.0 


. .10.0 


1900.86 


Hu 


2 


A and B ) 
A and C J 














191. 6 


4.31 




..II.O 


1900.86 


Hu 


2 


2068 
2069 
2070 
2071 
2072 
2073 


0274 

Upton I 
2510 
2503 

H2224 
0273 


L7828 

DM(o°) 710 

W IV''. 81 
11, Persei 


S 
S 
5 
6 
6 
6 


44 

50 

59 

4: 

S 

S 


9 20 

-18 42 

26 

63 52: 

- 9 9 
48 6 


270.1 
97.2 
300.5 
226.7 
319.6 
349.2 
231-7 


0.53 

7.15 

10.76 

4-33 
30 ± 
15-07 
91-56 


8.0 
8K 
6.5 
8.8 
8-9 
4-5 


.. 8.5 
-. 9 
-- 9-5 
.. 8.8 
. .11 
. .12.0 
..(10) 


1849.16 

1877.00 

1831.02 

1830.28 

1830 + 

1851.08 

1822.85 


OS 

Cin 

S 

S 

H 

OS 

Sh 


I 
2 
2 
3 

3 

1 


e.Sveryyel. 

White 

7 m. in W*(Scep. 

AandB^ '°'^^ 

A and C 5 


2074 

207s 
2076 
2077 
2078 
2079 
2080 
2081 


HU548 
HU302 

P1233 
A 471 

2504 

2505 

2514 

P1278 


DM (50°) 942 
DM (22°) 651 
DM (66°) 316 
SD (9°) 844 
DM (67°) 318 
DM (62°) 669 
W lY"". 94 
L7871 


6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
7 


s 

6 
6 

17 
26 

41 

49 




SO 56 
22 39 

66 47 

- 9 35 

67 16 
62 17 

- 7 9 
835 


258.3 
164. 1 

37-1 
204.2 
261.9 
115.6 

76.4 
303.4 
252.3 


0.26 
0.25 

5-17 
0.61 
6.72 
9.68 
7.66 

7.45 
55.26 


9-5 
9-5 
8.0 

8.5 
8.5 
8-3 
8.5 

6.5 


. .11.0 

•- 9.5 
..13.2 
. .10.0 

. .10.0 

. .11.0 
..10.3 

••13-7 
..12.5 


1902.10 
1901.72 
1891.85 
1903.96 
1830.58 
1830.59 
1830.70 
1898.85 
1898.92 


Hu 
Hu 

A 

S 
S 
S 

/s 

/3 


3 
2 

4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
1 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 
(Bui. L. 0. No. 12) 

(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 

%.zyel. 

A and B ) 
A and C 5 


2082 
2083 
2084 


251S 
2512 

P547 


1-7879 

0. Arg. N. 4620 
47 Tauri 


7 
7 
7 


8 
10 

25 


2 34 

45 6 

8 58 


43-9 
225.9 
359-4 
223.1 


3.46 

5.20 

0.89 

32.20 


8.3 
8-3 
S-S 


.. 8.3 
.. 8.3 
.. 8.0 
..12.5 


1830.71 
1830.18 
1877.84 
1877.99 


s 
s 


3 
3 
3 

I 


WhiU 
White 
A and B ) 
AB and C 5 


2085 
2086 


H3626 
2509 


SD (9°) 849 
DM (61°) 692 


7 
7 


34 
35 


- 9 47 
61 37 


38.3 

19.5 

247.9 


i8± 

11.70 

38.09 


7.7 


. .11.0 
. .11.2 
.. 8.7 


1835-9 

1830.21 

1830.58 


H 

S 

s 


2 
3 


8.8 m. in SD 

(See p. 1063) 
A and B ) ^.^ j,^^^, 

A and C 5 «"''- 


2087 
2088 
208g 


H2225 
2 511 
2508 


DM (52°) 798 
DM (58°) 727 
DM (67°) 319 


7 
7 

4 7 


47 
51 

58 


S3 4 
58 30 

67 35 


228.5 
320.0 
259.2 


25 ± 

0.54 
2.30 


9-10 

7-5 
8.0 


. .10-11 
.. 8.0 
..10.5 


1830 + 

1829.52 

1830.90 


H 

s 

S 


4 
3 


White 
8.0 white 



41 



41X 







Burnham: 


Ge 


neral Cc 


italo^ue of 1 


Doubt 


'e Stc 


irs 








Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A.i 


880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


2ogo 


Howe 10 


0. Arg. S. 2909 


4" 8 


n gS 


-28°5l' 


2I3?I 


2-57 


8.0. 


.. 8.2 


1876.00 


Cin 


4 




2ogi 


Kr22 


A. G. Hels. 3461 


8 


13 


60 32 


183-9 


3-39 


9-3- 


.. 9-4 


1890.77 


/3 


I 




2092 


OS 75 


1.7830 


8 


15 


60 12 


160.7 


0.50 


7.6. 


.. 8.0 


1851.70 


OS 


5 




2093 


OS 77 


L7899 


8 


19 


31 24 


338.2 


0-37 


7-5- 


•- 7.5 


1846.06 


02 


2 


A and B "I 














41.7 


56.49 


. 


.. 8.0 


1847.23 


OS 


I 


ABandC ■ 














312.8 


127.10 




.. 8.5 


1873.66 


A 


I 


ABandD j 


2094 


S506 


DM (70°) 289 


8 


20 


70 5 


290.3 


9-65 


9.0. 


.. 9.2 


1830.00 


2 


3 




2095 


OS 76 


L7896 


8 


23 


34 34 


210.6 


3-86 


7-5- 


.12.2 


1849.52 


OS 


2 




2096 


HU30 


SD(23°) 1810 


8 


23 


—23 26 


176.7 


S-30 


6.6. 


• 13-7 


1900.07 


Hu 


2 


{A. J. 480) 


2097 


OS 78 


L7906 


8 


30 


29 44 


243-3 


2-74 


7-2. 


- 9-2 


1847.98 


02 


3 


7,3 a/A. 


209S 


H32S4 





8 


35 


16 23 


225.2 


23 ± 


9-10 


--13 


183I + 


H 






2099 


See 34 


Cord. G. C. 4724 


8 


36 


-25 50 


38.2 


19.78 


7.1. 


.12.7 


1897-76 


See 


I 




2100 


^86 


W IV''. 129 


8 


39 


23 13 


51. 1 


4-05 


9.0. 


. 9-6 


1875.68 


A 


4 




2101 


2513 


0. Arg. H. 4632 


8 


40 


61 17 


57-5 


5-43 


7.8. 


- 9.7 


1830.59 


2 


3 


7.8 ■white 


2102 


Sgie 


39 Eridani 


8 


41 


-10 33 


153-7 


6.26 


6.0. 


. 9-0 


1836.03 


2 


2 


Ye!.: Hue 


2103 


OS (App) 44 


Had'. 1179 


8 


42 


45 55 


321-8 


58.44 


6.2. 


- 7-2 


1875-75 


A 


3 




2104 


Hu8i6 


DM (32°) 758 


8 


43 


32 59 


156.0 


0.33 


9.0. 


.10.0 


1902.83 


Hu 


I 


(See p. 1063) 


2105 


H 3629 


SD(l6°) 815 


8 


47 


— 16 51 


84.1 


i5± 


8K-- 


.10 


1835-9 


H 






2106 


^ VI. 98 


P IV''. 24, 25 


9 


7 


5 55 


318.8 


62.57 






1783-13 


W 


I 




2107 


H673 


DM (30°) 641 


9 


25 


30 30 


2I0± 


i8± 


7 .. 


.10 


1820 + 


H 






2108 


2517 


DM (0°) 721 


9 


51 


9 


I3-I 


3-64 


7.5.. 


• 9-2 


1830.98 


2 


3 


White 


2iog 


S518 


40 (0) Eridani 


9 


52 


- 7 47 


107.2 


83-48 


4.0.. 




1836.04 


S 


4 


A and B 

^.o very 

B and C y"- 














155-8 


3-91 


9.1.. 


.10.8 


1851.22 


02 


4 


2110 


Ho 328 


DM (19°) 689 


10 


2 


19 22 


176.4 


0.36 


7.0.. 


. 7.0 


1890.12 


Ho 


2 


L7963 


2111 


H3632 


0. Arg. S. 2930 


10 


20 


-30 23 


i57± 


I2± 


1%.. 


• 9 


1835-9 


H 




(Seep. 1063) 


2II2 


Ho 507 


w rv''. 154 


10 


23 


37 17 


32-1 


4.91 


8 .. 


.11 


1895.98 


Ho 


2 


{A. N. 3S57) 


2113 


HU817 


DM (32°) 764 


10 


28 


32 20 


250.2 


3-39 


9.0.. 


.12.8 


1902.83 


Hu 


I 


(See p. 1063) 


2II4 


P548 


1,8027 


10 


58 


-10 23 


347-0 


6.24 


7.0.. 


.11.5 


1877.86 


/3 


I 




2II5 


S520 


DM (22°) 670 


II 


6 


22 31 


98.7 


0.96 


8.0. . 


. 8.0 


1837.10 


S 


2 


White 


2II6 


OS (App) 46 


Rad". 1191, 1192 


II 


25 


55 14 


159.7 


98.77 


7.0.. 


- 7-3 


1875.14 


A 


2 




2II7 


H674 





II 


45 


33 37 


220 ± 


I2± 


II = 


= II 


1820 + 


H 






2II8 


2 519 rej. 


DM (50°) 976 


II 


52 


50 5 


346.8 


18.50 


7-5-- 


. 9.0 


1892.96 


Es 


2 




2iig 


A. G. 79 


A. G. Lund 2206 


II 


52 


40 12 


no. 3 


25.40 


9.0.. 


• 9-3 


1902.70 


P 


2 




2120 


P1234 


w= rv". 20s 


II 


56 


21 I 


205-5 


1-77 


8.3-- 


.12.6 


1891.82 


/3 


3 




2121 


S44S 


DM (49°) 1162 


II 


56 


49 58 


326.5 


75.22 


7^.. 


. 8 


1823.97 


S 


2 


A and B 1 
A and cl 














259.9 


148.72 




.10 


1824.34 


S 


3 


2122 


H3633 


SD (17°) 838 


II 


59 


-17 6 


9-i 


25 ± 


10 . . 


-loK 


1835-9 


H 






2123 


H23 




12 


5: 


- 7 18: 


272 ± 


.... 


10 . . 


.11 


1820 + 


H 




'* Distance 30"-4o" " 


2124 


H3255 




12 


6 


14 48 


134-6 


I2± 


II = 


= 11 


183I + 


H 






2125 


2 525 «/• 


w rv"". 217 


12 


34 


- 2 59 


243.6 


44.05 


8.0. . 


. 9-0 


1879.66 


Cin 


I 


A and B ^ 
B and C ) 














168.3 


7.29 




• 9-5 


1879.66 


Cin 


I 


2126 


S523 


DM (23°) 672. 


12 


34 


23 27 


165.0 


10.29 


1.1.. 


• 9-2 


1829.70 


2 


2 


7.2 very wh. 


2127 


H5460 


, . .. 


12 


38 


31 32 


90 ± 


4± 


12 : 


= 12 


1823 + 


H 






2128 


OS (App) 49 


i, 809a 


12 


41 


I 29 


144.9 


102.94 


7.0.. 


. 7.2 


1875.33 


A 


3 




2129 


S521 


DM (49°) 1165 


12 


44 


49 45 


252.8 


2.02 


7.2.. 


• 9-3 


1830.20 


2 


3 


Very yel.: ash 


2130 


SI140 


<p Tauri 


12 


58 


27 4 


240.5 


56.84 






1821.94 


Sh 


I 


Red: bluish 


2131 


HU213 


DM (50°) 980 


12 


59 


50 44 


29.2 


0.87 


8.6.. 


• 12.3 


1900.83 


Hu 


3 


(-4.7.494) 


2132 


H 1 142 




13 


I 


68 56 


77-8 


i8± 


9 .. 


.10 


1828 + 


H 






2133 


H675 




13 


2 


6 5 


55 ± 


5± 


12 . . 


•13 


1820 + 


H 






2134 


OS 79 


55 Tauri 


13 


3 


16 14 


24-3 


0.76 


7.0.. 


. 8.8 


1846.06 


02 


2 


Yel.: ash 


2135 


Z527 


I- 8107 


13 


13 


- 7 43 


190.3 


5-52 


8.0. . 


.10.8 


1831.39 


2 


3 


8.0 'white 


2136 


S522 


DM (51°) 912 


13 


18 


51 19 


37.8 


1-54 


8.S.. 


. 8.5 


1831.22 


2 


3 




2137 


H3637 


.... 


13 


S8 


-27 I 





35 ± 


9^.- 


.10 


1835-9 


H 




Angle est. 220* (1875) 


2138 


HU437 


SDi5°)765 


14 


4 


-IS 27 


261.9 


0.78 


8.7.. 


.13-0 


1901.92 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


2139 


S524 


0. Arg. N. 4728 


14 


6 


49 17 


54.7 


6.70 


8.5.. 


• 9-5 


1830.20 


2 


3 


i.%yersh 


2140 


P310 


W IV''. 258 


4 14 


21 


39 39 


172.1 


19.38 


8.0. . 


.12.0 


1878.02 


HI 


2 














A 


n 

















42 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



41V 



Number 


Double Stat 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epocli 


Observcr 


Notes 


2141 


H2226 


.... 


4'' I4'"24^ 


6°IJ' 


35S?7 


ior± 


10 . 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 




"Neat" 


2142 


HU438 


SD (16°) 838 


14 43 


-16 43 


162.8 


4.27 


6-5- 


..14.2 


1901.92 


Hu 


3 


(Bul.L. 0. N0.21) 


2143 


Knott 2 


U Tauri 


14 49 


19 32 


202.1 


3.10 


9-9. 


.. 9.9 


1868.01 


Kn 


2 




2144 


S 532 rej. 


W> IVh. 282 


15 12 


-14 31 


192.8 


20± 


9 . 


..iy% 


1837.0 


H 




(See p. 1064) 
From Cape Obs'ns 


2145 


Ho 508 


•W IV''. 276 


IS 13 


3S 12 


222.2 


3.81 


8 . 


. .12 


1897.01 


Ho 


2 


(A. N. 3557) 


2146 


OS 80 ' 


P IV'>. 46 


15 IS 


42 9 


188.6 


0.52 


6.5. 


.. 7.0 


1848.44 


OS 


5 


^^.^^(Seep.xo64) 


2147 


S528 


X Tauri 


15 17 


25 21 


25.3 


19-30 


5.7. 


.. 7-8 


1830.56 


2 


3 


Wh.: bluish wh. 


2148 


A 472 


SD (9°) 874 


15 18 


- 9 8 


255.2 


3-02 


8.0. 


. .11.2 


1903.92 


A 


2 


{Bul.L. 0. N0.50) 


2149 


P87 


P IV''. Si 


IS 18 


20 32 


170.6 


2.09 


5-7- 


.. 8.8 


1875.46 


J 


5 


Golden; blue 


2150 


Ho 329 


L8168 


15 19 


— 23 


65. 7 


32.97 


6.0. 


-.13 


1891.08 


Ho 


3 




2151 


2529 


L8141 


15 28 


28 7 


19. 1 


4-44 


8.4- 


..10.2 


1832.44 


S 


4 


8.4 yel'sk 


2152 


S526 


DM (59°) 799 


IS 29 


59 59 


52.2 


5-67 


8.2. 


.. 8.7 


1831-57 


2 


3 


White 


2153 


See 36 


SD (19°) 885 


15 32 


-19 37 


347.0 


7-92 


6.8. 


•.13.7 


1897.7s 


See 


I 




2154 


OS 82 


W IV'". 286 


IS 56 


14 46 


230.4 


1 .04 


7.0. 


.. 9.0 


1848.66 


OS 


2 




2I5S 


A 473 


SD (6°) 885 


16 12 


- 6 8 


197.7 


2.56 


9-0. 


--14-7 


1903.86 


A 


2 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


2156 


H1143 




16 13 


70 29 


71.2 


8± 


10 


. .12 


1828 + 


H 






2IS7 


2536 


L8222 


16 13 


- 4 58 


152.4 


1.78 


8.1. 


.. 8.7 


1832.80 


S 


4 


Very ivh. 


2158 


2537 


W IV''. 307 


16 21 


— ID 14 


334-0 


14-99 


8.1. 


. .11.2 


1832.39 


S 


4 


8.1 yel. 


2159 


P744 


Eridani 299 


16 32 


-26 I 


306.6 


0-79 


7.6. 


.. 7-6 


1891.78 


^ 


3 


AandB 












37-5 


40 ± 


6 . 


.. 8 


1835-9 


H 


I 


A andD • 












20 ± 


25± 




..(14) 


1835-9 


H 




A and C 


2160 


2533 


DM (33°) 851 


16 37 


34 2 


60.3 


19-53 


6.0. 


.. 7.5 


1831.25 


2 


3 


White 


2161 


2535 


Tauri 230 


16 39 


II 6 


353.9 


1-95 


6.7. 


.. 8.2 


1831-34 


2 


S 


Vel'sh: bluish 


2162 


2 534 


62 Tauri 


16 45 


24 I 


289.7 


28.88 


6.2. 


. . 8.0 


1831.40 


S 


3 


6.2 wh. 


2163 


02 81 


56 Persei 


16 51 


33 41 


53.0 


4-49 


6.0. 


.. 8.8 


1847.86 


OS 


4 


6.0 yel. 


2164 


Ho 15 


w rv''. 320 


16 55 


29 51 


147.2 


0.81 


8.0. 


. 8.0 


1882.13 


Ho 


2 




2165 


Hu 303 


DM (21°) 639 


16 55 


21 16 


199. 1 


2.15 


8.5. 


.12.0 


1901.79 


Hu 


2 


{Bui. L. 0. No. is) 


2166 


D007 


DM (33°) 855 


16 59 


33 36 


213. 1 


47-11 


9-5. 




1900.64 


Doo 


I 


■*-B \ {Pub. Flower 
BC 5 Obsy. I) 












216.8 


2.76 


10. 0. 


.10.5 


1900.64 


Doo 


I 


2167 


P402 


W IV''. 318 


17 3 


-I 33 


74.0 


6-94 


8.5. 


.10.5 


1877-95 


;8 


I 




216S 


2530 


DM (53°) 769 


17 S 


S3 13 


199-6 


14.16 


8.5. 


.11.0 


1831.73 


2 


2 


i.iyel. 


2i6g 


2 531 


DM (55°) 881 


17 5 


55 22 


291.9 


0.80 


7.4. 


. 8.6 


1830.53 


2 


4 


7.4 wh. 


2170 


Ho 330 


DM( — 0°) 695 


17 16 


— 24 


19.6 


1. 17 


9 . 


.11 


1891.08 


Ho 


Z 




2171 


Hu549 


DM (50°) 989 


17 17 


51 3 


167.0 


I-71 


8.8. 


.10.5 


1902.72 


Hu 


3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


2172 


HU304 


66 Tauri 


17 19 


9 II 


23-9 


0.2s 


5-9. 


. 5.9 


1901.39 


Hu 


3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 12) 


2173 


H342 


w rv''. 327 


17 19 


- 5 17 


238.2 


19-53 


9 . 


.10 


1783-13 


n. 


I 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 












90 ± 


25 ± 




.17 









2174 


P1235 


L823S 


17 20 


22 28 


60.8 


0-35 


8.4. 


. 8.5 


1891.84 


? 


3 




2175 


Ho 331 


L8286 


17 31 


- 7 59 


349-7 


15-44 


7.0. 


.12.7 


1890.97 


Ho 


2 




2176 


H 2229 


.... 


17 39 


- 5 51 


247 ± 


4± 


9-10. 


.11-12 


1830 + 


H 






2177 


2 9, App. I 


k} Tauri 


18 12 


22 I 


172.6 


339-28 


5.0. 


. 6.0 


1836.21 


2 


5 


YeVsh wh.: wh. 


2178 


2 541 rej. 


.... 


18 14 


21 58 


327.2 
170.2 
355-6 


4-94 
184.27 
156.79 


II. 2. 


.11.8 


1874. II 
1873.88 
1873.88 


A 
A 
A 


4 
3 
3 


A and B 
AB and k' ■ 
AB and «' ) 


2179 


Htt6o8 


DM (35°) 867 


18 19 


35 28 


173-6 


0.38 


8.4. 


. 8.8 


1902.79 


Hu 


2 




2180 


H343 


1 


18 23 


28 38 


i30± 

I30± 

90 ± 


I2± 

20 ± 
20 ± 


8-9.. 


.10 
.11 
.12 


1820 + 
1820+ 
1820 + 


H 
H 
H 




A and B ^ 
A and C >• 
AandD ; 


2181 


HU609 


DM (34°) 878 


18 25 


34 27 


10. 5 


0.17 


8.1. . 


. 8.6 


1902.78 


Hu 


3 




2182 


H676 


DM (32°) 790 


18 30 


32 56 


245 ± 


8± 


10 .. 


.11 


1820 + 


H 




A and B ) 
C and A 5 












225 ± 


I2± 




.10 


1820 + 


H 




2183 


5 VI. loi 


5 Tauri 


18 33 


17 38 


234.6 


63.62 






1783-74 


m 


I 


A and B ) 
A and C 5 












320 ± 


CI. VI 








w 




2184 


H3647 


SD (18°) 827 


18 37 


— 18 22 


30 ± 


25 ± 


10. . .10. .11 


1834 + 


H 




"An equilateral 

triangle" 


2185 


2 543 


SD (5°) 903 


18 40 


- S 9 


191. 2 


4-77 


8.5.. 


.10.5 


1831-73 


2 


3 


8.5 wh. 


2186 




H 2227 


.... 


4 18 50 


75 3 


283. S 


7± 


10 . . 


.13 


1830 + 


H 







43 



4h 



Burnfmm : General Catalogue of Double Stars 





Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. iSo 


Dcd. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Ma^tudes 


Epocli 


Observer 


Kotes 


2187 


P1185 


•wiv*. 376 


4" IS" 52^ 


iS-"35 


2S?6 


0.'l6 


7-8. 


.. 8.4 


1S90.70 


/3 


4 




2188 


2544 


SD(9 = ) Sp2 


iS 


57 


- 9 I 


356.7 


2-14 


S.3. 


. . 9.2 


1S31.72 


^ 


3 


8.3 JT*. 


2189 


2542 


DM (45) 936 


19 





45 59 


102.2 


21.22 


S.2. 


9.7 


1S30.73 


2) 


3 


^tTtPik 


2190 


H 2230 


DM (2 = ) 705 


19 


9 


" 5 


325-7 


30 ± 


9 • 


. . 9-IC 


1S30 — 


H 




YeUtm: fa'.e blue 


2igi 


H677 


DM (0=) 749 


19 


10 


I I 


105 ± 


lK-2 


10 


. .11 


lS20-f- 


H 






2192 


P745 


DM (53-") 77-2 


19 


II 


53 3S 


134. 1 


0.52 


8.3. 


.. 8.3 


1S91 .So 


? 


2 




2193 


2538 


DM 163M 504 


19 


17 


63 5S 


21S.1 


7.2S S,5. 


.. 9.7 


1S30.57 


V 


3 




2194 


P403 


W IV*'. 379 


19 


18 


— 2 20 


100.9 


2.01 : 7 7- 


.. 9.1 


1S77.09 


J 


5 




2195 


H3256 


.... 


19 


30 


13 43 


23S.0 


3± 


II . 


. .11-12 


iS3i-^ 


H 




"The «/of two" 


2196 


Hde? 


71 Tauri 


19 


30 


15 21 


7o± 










Hd 






2197 


H2228 


Had'. I22I 


19 


36 


72 16 


231-7 


40 ± 


6 . 


••13 


1S30- 


H 






2198 


2547 


W IV'. 383 


19 


48 


— I 40 


344-3 


4-25 


8.5. 


..II. 5 


1831-39 


^ 


3 




2199 


2540 


DM (63-) 506 


19 


53 


63 9 


1S1.5 


2 . s> 


8.3- 


. .10.0 


1S30.27 


x" 


3 


8.3 rrf. 


2200 


2546 


LS336 


20 





iS SI 


1S9.9 


6.65 


7-7- 


-. 9-5 


1S36.07 


^ 


3 


7.rr/.-j* 


2201 


2545 


DM (17^) 724 


20 


8 


17 56 


n7 . 


19-13 


7 -5 - 


- 9-3 


1S30.S0 


^ 


4 


7.5 wA. 


2202 


H678 


DM (S') 690 


20 


iS 


8 26 


s± 


5 ± 


10 . 


. .11 


lS20-r 


H 






2203 


HII44 




20 


22 


6S 7 


145-3 


8± 


10 


. . 12 


1S2S — 


H 






2204 


H3257 





20 


34 


39 7 


70± 


I5± 


10 . 


. .11 


183I + 


H 




*'P est. faom dia^iam* 


2205 


Kr23 


A. 6. Hftls. ;';73 


20 


A 5 


55 14 


132.0 


4.15 


9.0. 


-• 9-3 


1S00.77 


/s 


I 




2206 


H3258 


.... 


20 


42 


39 10 


S5± 


I0± 


II . 


. .11 


1S31 + 


H 




**P est. fiom diagram" 


2207 


P 1186 


Tauri 24S 


20 


51 


10 56 


1S2.1 


0.59 


6.8. 


.. 9.7 


1S00.Q2 


/3 


3 




2208 


HU439 


DM (21°) 648 


21 


4 


22 4 


1S5.S 


0.67 


S.6. 


. . II . 5 


I90I.S4 


Hu 


3 


ySitl.L. 0. Xo. ai) 


2209 


2549 


DM (9°) 584 


21 


16 


9 45 


157-5 


25.16 


S.o. 


. .10.2 


1S31.53 


^ 


2 


8.oj-»/-f* 


2210 


2548 


w^ rv'. 421 


21 


iS 


30 6 


35-9 


14.20 


6.0. 


.. So 


1S31 .40 


Z 


3 


YcTsk: i/misi 


221 1 


Hnsso 


DM (49°) I19I 


21 


30 


49 58 


;c~ . S 


0.52 


9.0. 


..130 


1902.72 


Hu 


2 


(BmI. L. 0. Xo. 17) 


2212 


2 10, App. I 


e^ and S' Tauri 


21 


42 


15 42 


346.2 


337.39 


4-7- 


.. 5-0 


1836.13 


■^ 


5 


IF*..- r.-."-'* 


2213 


P311 


EriAani 315 


21 


52 


-24 21 


146.9 


1.06 


6.5. 


.. 7-0 


1S77.61 


Cin 


I 




2214 


A 474 


SD (o') 901 


21 


54 


- 9 49 


170. 1 


0.S9 


S . S. 


.11.3 


1903-93 


.\ 


3 


(^»/. L. 0. Xo. ;o^ 


2215 


H2233 





22 


4 


4 49 


305-6 


I2± 


10 . 


. .11 


1S30- 


H 






2216 


0. Stone 7 


SD(I9°)92S 


22 


7 


— 19 10 


183.8 


504 


9-5- 


.. 9.9 


1876.03 


Cin 


2 




2217 


Hn 440 


SD (17-1 SS3 


12 


s 


-17 23 


327.1 


2.16 


S.2. 


. .10.2 


1901.92 


Hu 


3 


(5i..-, i.O. Xo. Ill 


2218 


H 2232 





22 


27 


47 2 


327-4 


I4± 


10 . 


. .12 


1S304- 


H 






2219 


Innes 413 


Coid. G. C. 4996 


22 


31 


— 24 43 


349 -S 


o.So 8 . 




1902.16 


I 


I 




2220 


2550 


I Camehpardali 


22 


32 


53 39 


307.1 


10.13 


5.1. 


.. 6.2 


1S30.57 


^ 


7 


m.: HMtsk mk. 


2221 


H1145 




22 


33 


69 13 


125. 1 


2 '; ± 


II 


= II 


1S2S + 


H 






2222 


P184 


LS474 


22 


45 


—21 46 


262.5 


1. 10 


6.2. 


. . 7.0 


1S77-53 


Cin 


2 




2223 


H3649 




22 


47 


-14 15 


16S.S 


25± 


10 


= 10 


1S30.O 


H 






2224 


2551 


DM (51 = ) 944 


22 


54 


51 56 


126.4 


13-74 


S-S. 


.. 9.0 


1S30.75 


V 


2 




2225 


02 83 


W IV*". 457 


22 


56 


32 II 




obi? 


6 . 




1842,70 


02 






2226 


P549 


w rv''. 458 


23 


2 


-12 13 


1S9.0 


7.85 


S.o. 


..12.5 


1S77-97 


/3 


2 




2227 


H 2231 




23 


5 


70 34 


338-6 


6± 


12 


= 12 


1S30 + 


H 






2228 


Ku 18 


DM (30 = ) 671 


23 


s 


30 25 


62.0 


1-59 


9.S. 


. .10.1 


1901.57 


Ku 


2 


Kustner (.sSai"* 


2229 


2552 


W IV*. 461 


23 


12 


39 45 


"4-4 


S.QO 


6.3. 


. . 6.5 


1S31.05 


■^ 


^ 


f'*ry wk. 


2230 


2554 


So Tauri 


-3 


17 


>5 23 


12.9 


1-74 


6-5- 


. . 9.0 


1S31.1S 


Z 


4 




2231 


P789 


LS426 


23 


30 


37 24 


322.6 


1.30 


S.i. 


.. s.s 


1S81.69 


|3 


3 




2232 


2 556 rcj. 


DM(4-) 700 


23 


50 


5 2 


2S7.1 


3± 


ID . 


..10 + 


1S30- 


H 






2233 


0. Stone 8 


L8S2I 


23 


55 


-25 2S 


350.8 


7.07 


/ 


-. 9 


1876.00 


Cin 


5 




2234 


2553 


DM (50°) I013 


24 


4 


50 4S 


133.3 


3-15 


S.O. 


.. 8.5 


1S31.22 


^ 


", 


irutt. 


2235 


A. G. 80 


A. G. Lund 227S 


24 


12 


36 14 


I.I 


15. Si 


9-3- 


- 9-7 


1902.70 


/3 


, 




2236 


0284 


L8513 


24 


39 


632 


255-1 


9.40 


6.S. 


- 7.7 


1S47.41 


02 


, 


IV/..- ilme 


2237 


H H46 


Rad'. 124s 


24 


39 


71 13 


15.S 


I5± 


S-9. 


. . 12 


lS2S-t- 


H 






2238 


A 475 


SD (7°) 828 


24 


54 


- 6 57 


302.1 


1-79 


9.0. 


..12.2 


1903.93 


.\ 


3 


(Si.:, l. 0. Xo. 50I 


2239 


Sh44 


57 Persn 


24 


5S 


42 4S 


19S.9 


110.19 






IS2I.9I 


Sh 


I 




2240 


H3e53 


0. Arg. S. 3129 


25 


7 


— 16 43 


14S.5 


40 ± 


8 . 


■ ■ S '.- 


IS35.Q 


H 






2241 


H24 


SD (7-') Sj;o 


25 


15 


- 7 42 


60 ± 


25 ± 


9 • 


. . 12 


1820+ 


H 






2242 


Hnssi 


DM (50°) IO16 


4 25 


28 


50 45 


310.4 


1.70 


7-3- 


. . 11.2 


1902.72 


Hu 


3 


(iS.,-. Z. 0. Xo. 17) 



44 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



411 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 

Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


2243 


H1147 


• . * . 


4" 25"'43= 


68°48' 


248?3 


iS"± 


9 


. .11-12 


1828 + 


H 






2244 


S 560 rej. 


L8S7S 


25 


53 


-13 54 




CI. IV 


6-7 


. . 9-10 




S 






2245 


See 37 


Cord. G. C. 5072 


26 





-25 14 


21.2 


11-95 


7-5 


. .11.0 


1897.76 


See 


1 




2246 


H2234 


w rv'-. 523 


26 


7 


- 9 6 


269.5 


35± 


9-10 


. . 9-10 


1830 + 


H 






2247 


Hd — 




26 


II 


1 2 


237.5 


2.17 


10.7 


. .12 


1901.77 


^ 


2 




2248 


? VI. 64 


L8588 


26 


27 


- 328 


IIO± 


112.00 






1783.04 


Iff 


I 




2249 


S557 


0. Arg. N. 4921 


26 


35 


62 44 


126. 1 


23-43 


8.0 


.. 8.7 


1831.28 


S 


2 


IVAiie 


2250 


2559 


•W» IV''. S42 


26 


36 


17 46 


278.7 


3-03 


7.0 


.. 7.0 


1830.67 


s 


4 


Very wh. 


2251 


H5461 


B. A. C. 1408 


27 


7 


28 41 


100 ± 


30 ± 


6 


.. 9 


1827. I 


H 




A and B ) j^^,-^,, 
A and C J >«»-/'« 














140 ± 


60 ± 




. .10 








2252 


P746 


Cord. G. C. 5107 


27 


13 


—36 10 


30 ± 


I.2± 


8.0 


.. 9.0 


1879.79 


/3 






2253 


S451 


Rad'. 1262 


27 


25 


47 7 


195-7 


60.45 


VA 


.. 8 


1825.10 


S 


2 




22S4 


S564 


SD (12°) 922 


27 


28 


— 12 23 


346.8 


3-44 


8.8 


.. 9.0 


1831.72 


s 


3 


White 


2255 


S562 


Tauri 278 


27 


35 


22 27 


269.6 


:..05 


7-0 


..10.7 


1830.86 


s 


3 


7.0 yel. 


2256 


Lewis 4 




28 


: 


19 43 


190.4 


0.39 


7-5 


.. 8.0 


1901.10 


L 


I 




2257 


02 85 


Rad'. 1264 


28 


12 


48 9 


23.6 


1.07 


7-5 


. .10.0 


1846.70 


OS 


2 




2258 


A 113 


1-8634 


28 


IS 


- 4 49 


343-0 


3.80 


8.2 


..12.8 


1901.07 


A 


3 




2259 


H 1 148 


.... 


28 


17 


68 15 


117. 7 


6± 


ID 


= 10 


1828 + 


H 






2260 


2563 


DM (40°) 999 


28 


21 


40 SO 


29.8 


II. 71 


8.0 


.. 9-7 


1828.72 


S 


2 


8.0 yeVsh. wh. 


2261 


H344 


DM (33°) 883 


28 


26 


33 41 


95 ± 


I0± 


10 


..14 


1820 + 


H 






2262 


Hu 610 


DM (33°) 884 


28 


34 


33 58 


28.4 


o.is 


8.5 


.. 8.8 


1902.79 


Hu 


2 




2263 


Kr 24 


A. G. Hels. 3656 


28 


40 


56 41 


238-7 


3.54 


9.5 


•• 9.5 


1890.77 


/3 


1 




2264 


Hu6ii 


DM (53°) 793 


28 


48 


53 32 


16.3 


0.75 


8.5 


. .12.0 


1902.69 


Hu 


3 




2265 


P747 


Lac. 1518 


28 


50 


-38 32 


240 ± 


2.5 


7.5 


.• 9-5 


1879.79 


/3 






2266 


P550 


u Tauri (Aldebaran) 


29 


2 


16 16 


109.0 


30.45 


I 


..13.5 


1877.89 


^ 


3 


A and B J 














36.0 


109.04 




. .11.2 


1836.06 


S 


2 


A-.'c '^^rost 














281. 1 


2.34 




..13-6 


1888.91 


/3 


3 


C and D ) 


2267 


Sh45 


88 Tauri 


29 


3 


9 55 


299.0 


69.4s 


5 


.. 8 


1822.88 


Sh 


1 




226S 


P88t 


46 Eridani 


29 


4 


- 7 


57.0 


1-47 


6.0 


..10.8 


1879.02 


/3 


4 




2269 


S570 


L 8683 


29 


31 


- 9 59 


258.9 


12.77 


7 





.. 8.0 


1830.73 


S 


3 


Wh: bluish 


2270 


OS 86; 


L86S4 


29 


33 


19 31 


78.6 


o.SS 


7 


5 


.. 7.5 


1845.67 


OS 


2 




2271 


02 87 


W IV''. 601 


29 


39 


7 59 


234.6 


6.20 


7 


5 


.. 9-2 


1846.51 


OS 


2 




2272 


2567 


WIV". 611 


29 


40 


19 IS 


302.9 


1-43 


8 


5 


.. 9.0 


183I.18 


s 


3 


Yel. 


2273 


2569 


w rv''. 602 


29 


41 


8 58 


132.8 


7.90 


8 


2 


.. 8.7 


1831.05 


s 


3 


White 


2274 


S565 


L8630 


29 


42 


41 S3 


180.3 


1. 61 


7 


z 


.. 8.5 


1831.61 


s 


S 


YeVsh: bluish 


2275 


HU305 


DM (20°) 783 


29 


50 


20 48 


277.0 


2.21 


9 





. .10.2 


1901.79 


Hu 


2 


{Bui. L, 0. No. 12) 


2276 


H3664 


0. Arg. S. 3200 


29 


56 


-25 17 


I93± 


20 ± 


8^ 


..loK 


1835.9 


H 






2277 


2571 


SD (3°) 830 


30 


3 


- 3 51 


258.7 


17.84 


6.3 


. .11.0 


1830.74 


S 


3 


6.3 very wh. 


2278 


2 568 rej. 


DM (39°) 1037 


30 


22 


39 13 




CI. IV 


8 


..II 


.... 


S 




(See p. 1064) 


2279 


P1295 


2 Camelofardali 


30 


27 


S3 14 


140.4 


0.21 


5 


• • 7 


1001.80 


;3 


4 


A and B 1 

AB and C [ ^'i;;^^ 














3II-4 


1.58 


5-1 


.. 7.4 


1829.79 


s 


4 














209.8 


23.66 




..13-2 


1888.92 


|S 


3 


AB and D ) 


2280 


P 1043 


3 Camelopardali 


30 


28 


52 5° 


297-3 


3-92 


5 


. .12 


1888.92 


;8 


3 


(See p. 1064) 


2281 


2 555 ■>■(]■ 




30 


35= 


81 17: 


.... 


CI. IV 


8-9 


..10 





s 




From Cat. Novus 


2282 


2 561 rej. 


0. Arg. N. 4973 


30 


50 


74 I 




CI. IV 


8-9 


. .11 


.... 


s 




From Cat. Novus 
(See p. 1064) 


2283 


At. 


0. Aig. W. SOOI 


30 


54 


S3 14 


264.4 


5-74 


8 


8 


.. 9.8 


1870.02 


A 


3 




2284 


S572 


Aurigae 4 


31 


4 


26 42 


210.3 


3.17 


6 


5 


.. 6.5 


1830.56 


S 


3 


YeVsh 


2285 


02(App)53 


W IV". 644 


31 


16 


20 


172.3 


78.13 


7 





.. 7.2 


1876.33 


J 


3 




2286 


P185 


L874S 


31 


24 


— IS 10 


235-4 


3.00 


8 


I 


. .11.1 


1875.78 


A 


4 




2287 


P88 


SI Eridani 


31 


34 


- 2 43 


90.1 


32.38 


5 


7 


. .12.2 


1891.88 


P 


2 




2288 


Weisse 4 


■w IV^ 647 


31 


42 


42 6 


112. 


2.4s 


9 





.. 9-1 


1901.72 


/S 


2 




2289 


Espin 56 


DM (S8°) 766 


32 





S8 31 


205-3 


9-9 


8 


5 


.. 8.8 


I90I 


Es 




{A.N.^^i^) 


2290 


He8i 





32 


3 


35 20 


325 ± 


7± 


lO-I 


[. .10-11 


1820+ 


H 






2291 


H 1 149 




32 


II 


69 18 


194.8 


i6± 


10 


..II 


1828+ 


H 






2292 


See 38 


Cord. G.C. 4''. 1080 


32 


22 


-29 32 


232.7 


6-53 


7-1 


..II. 3 


1897.83 


See 


I 




2293 


2 II, App. I 


IT' and a' Tauri 


4 32 


24 


IS 41 


192.3 


427.70 


5.2 


-. 5-7 


1836.22 


S 


5 


Wh. 



45 



411 







Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 








Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. j88o 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Anele 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


2294 


2576 


SD (13°) 937 


^h 221" 26^ 


— I3°i6' 


I72?0 


i2r3i 


6.7... 7.2 


1830.83 


s 


3 


yersA wh. 


2295 


Hu 441 


DM (20°) 791 


32 30 


20 31 


SO. 3 


1.79 


9.0. . .11.0 


1901.86 


Hu 


3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


2296 


S575 


W' v^. 677 


32 32 


- 38 


161. 2 


4.70 


8.8... 9.8 


1831.40 


S 


3 


White 


2297 


P882 


SD(II°)92I 


32 32 


-II 38 


231.6 


2.04 


8.8.. .10.0 


1880.08 


j3 


I 




Z298 


H 1150 


.... 


32 41 


69 17 


230 ± 


4± 


14 = 14 


1828+ 


H 






2299 


Hu 442 


DM (22°) 728 


32 47 


22 46 


333-8 


0.41 


9.0... 9.6 


1901.86 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


2300 


H2235 




32 47 


71 13 


153-0 


30 ± 


9-10=9-10 


i83o-f 


H 






2301 


Lewis 5 




33 : 


26 42 


213-4 


0.82 


8.0. . . 9.0 


1899.15 


L 


I 




2302 


P1044 


DM (16°) 637 


33 I 


16 17 


218.5 


1.03 


9.0.. .11.0 


1888.91 


|8 


3 




2303 


S574 


DM (52°) 872 


33 28 


52 55 


311-6 


3-94 


8.2. . .10.0 


1830.87 


S 


3 


8.2 white 


2304 


H346 


B. A. C. 1444 


33 49 


28 23 


55 ± 


30 ± 


6 . . .10 


1820+ 


H 






2305 


S578 


w iv'>. 712 


33 SO 


3 5 


24.6 


11.26 


9.0... 9.7 


1831.12 


S 


2 




2306 


H25 





33 58: 


- 7 4: 


3io± 


i5± 


9 ...II 


1820 + 


H 






2307 


2577 


w iy"". 700 


34 9 


37 17 


98.7 


1.58 


7-7 = 7-7 


1829.57 


S 


3 


White 


2308 


H347 




34 19 


28 25 


335 ± 


20± 


9 ...II 


1820+ 


H 






2309 


P 1236 


1.8833 


34 27 


—21 29 


118. 3 


1.42 


7.8. ..10.8 


1891.84 


/3 


3 


A and B ) 
AandC ) 












3M-I 


40.24 


... 8.5 


1891.84 


/S 


3 


2310 


S579 


DM (22°) 735 


34 32 


22 30 


30.1 


16.48 


8. 5. ..10. 7 


1831.49 


S 


2 


i.%yersh red 


231 1 


Howe II 


0. Alg. S. 3270 


34 33 


-20 8 


98.8 


3-48 


8.5... 9.0 


1877. II 


Cin 


I 




Z312 


S583 


DM (0°) 817 


34 45 


44 


328.2 


5-70 


7.8... 9.4 


1831.10 


S 


4 


\ 7.8 Tuh. 
A and C ) 












264.0 


104.4 


--•(IS) 


1825.01 


S 


I 


2313 


S455 


T Tauri 


35 2 


22 44 


211. 5 


62.82 


5 ... 8K 


1824.00 


s 


2 




2314 


0. Stone 9 


54 Eridani 


35 12 


-19 54 


161. 3 


0.34 


5.7... 6.0 


1877. n 


A 


3 




2315 


H348 


W IV''. 729 


35 15 


33 42 


282 ± 


28 ± 


8 ...12 


1820+ 


H 






2316 


2582 


DM (42°) 1033 


35 37 


42 12 


23-9 


5-54 


7.3.. .10.0 


1831.42 


S 


3 


A and B ) 


2317 


2 581 rej. 


.... 






159-8 


7-54 


10.5. ..10.5 


1904.09 


iS 


I 


C and D \ T-iyeFsh 












141. 2 


97-2 




1904.09 


^ 


I 


A and C ) 


2318 


H3677 


0. Arg. S. 3295 


35 44 


-29 49 


173-9 


8± 


9 = 9 


1834+ 


H 






2319 


Ho 332 


DM (20°) 807 


35 47 


20 25 


125.9 


1.03 


9 -■- 9 


1891.08 


Ho 


2 


(^. AT. 3233) 


2320 


Ho 333 


DM (19°) 764 


36 2 


20 I 


161. 6 


1. 71 


9 --- 9.3 


1891.08 


Ho 


3 




2321 


H2237 





36 9 


47 26 


126.9 


i5± 


9-10... 12-13 


1820+ 


H 






2322 


A. G. 81 


DM (6°) 738 


36 18 


6 16 


280.1 


37-47 


9.6... 9.7 


1895.21 


Lp 






2323 


2585 


DM (4°) 733 


36 21 


4 29 


275.9 


12. II 


8.3. ..II. 5 


1831.79 


S 


3 




2324 


HU552 


DM (54°)8[0 


36 45 


54 S3 


236.6 


1-25 


8.8... 9.5 


1901.80 


Hu 


3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


2325 


Espin 13 


DM (43°) 1047 


36 48 


43 34 


217-5 


17-75 


7.0. ..14 


1900.00 


Es 


2 


{A. N. 3717) 


2326 


H26 




36 58: 


- 6 42 


305 ± 


I0± 


9 ...II 


1820+ 


H 






2327 


A 476 


SD (7°) 882 


37 18 


- 7 38 


152.5 


0-45 


8.7... 9.0 


1903.81 


A 


3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. so) 


2328 


H2238 





37 25 


- 9 I 


76.4 


i8± 


15 ...16 


1830+ 


H 






2329 


2 588 rej. 


I. 8912 


37 32 


- 9 50 





CI. IV 


8 ...lo-ii 




S 




From Cat. Nov. 


2330 


2590 


55 Eridani 


37 50 


- 9 I 


318.3 


9-13 


6.2... 6.7 


1831.17 


2 


4 


Yetsh: wh. 


2331 


A 114 


SD(5°) loil 


37 SO 


- 5 21 


313-3 


3-75 


8.8. ..13.6 


1900.41 


A 


3 




2332 


Hall 


DM(l°) 809 


37 S3 


I SI 


157-9 


2.29 


9 ...10 


1888.10 


HI 


3 




2333 


2584 


DM (66°) 353 


38 8 


66 19 


121. 6 


11.74 


7.5---10-2 


1831.28 


S 


2 


7.5 yersh 


2334 


H2236 





38 13 


72 44 


248.8 


iS± 


10 ...13 


1830+ 


H 






2335 


Hu6i2 


DM (53°) 813 


38 18 


S3 5 


198.4 


0.22 


6.7... 8.7 


1902.69 


Hu 


3 




2336 


2589 


W IV". 804 


38 27 


5 4 


310.9 


4-47 


8.0... 8.0 


1831-39 


S 


3 


YeFsh wh. 


2337 


H3259 





38 30 


27 7 


143-4 


3± 


10 ...12 


1831 + 


H 






2338 


2587 


DM (52°) 880 


38 31 


52 54 


185.0 


20.95 


7.0... 8.5 


1830.55 


S 


3 


Wh.: bluish 


2339 


A. G. 82 


A. G. Chris. 779 


38 48 


66 24 


121. 4 


26.72 


9.1... 9.9 


1891.84 


? 


2 




2340 





DM (21°) 694 


38 SI 


21 3 


114. 2 


S-40 


9. 1. ..10. 5 


1901.78 


P 


2 




2341 


H1151 


.... 


39 2 


70 40 


7.2 


I0± 


10 ...13 


1828+ 


H 




A and B i 
A and C ) 












328.4 


I3± 


...14 


1828+ 


H 




2342 


He82 


DM (6°) 750 


39 22 


6 54 


i30± 


20± 


9 = 9 


1820+ 


H 






2343 


2 591 rej. 


DM (39°) 1065 


39 27 


40 I 


22.6 


35-52 


8.5. ..12 


1904.08 


/3 


2 




2344 


2 592 rej. 


DM (40°) 1051 


39 36 


40 5 


238.5 


17-53 


9.5. -.10. 8 


1904.09 


P 


2 




2345 


H2239 




4 39 26 


45 58 


164-9 


I2± 


10 ...II 


1830+ 


H 







46 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



4U 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. I 


iSo 


Decl, 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


2346 


H27 


SD (S°) I02I 


4"" 39" 


37= 


- S°27' 


225° ± 


75'± 


9 


.. 9 + 


1820 + 


H 




B = SD (s*) 1030 


2347 


H683 


DM(o°) 838 


39 


41 


10 


I0± 


20 ± 






1820 + 


H 




A and B ) 
A and C ) 














3io± 


30 ± 






1820 + 


H 




2348 


S 593 rej. 




40 


: 


21 13: 




CI. IV 


8-9 


.. 8-9 


.... 


2 






2349 


H349 


DM (34°) 908 


40 


7 


34 34 


87 ± 


8± 


10 


..10+ 


1820 + 


H 






2350 


P 186 


L8986 


40 


ID 


- 7 12 


174. 1 


2.00 


8.2 


..II.O 


1875.82 


A 


3 




2351 


Hu 104 


W IV''. 848 


40 


15 


— 12 10 


264.2 


0.96 


7-7 


..ii.S 


1900.10 


Hu 


2 


A and B 1 8.0 
AB and C ) ^a' 














280.8 


II. 12 


8.0 


. .10.2 


1831.15 


S 


2 


2352 


HU443 


DM (21°) 701 


40 


28 


21 58 


283.4 


0.48 


9.2 


.. 9-8 


1901.92 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


2353 


A2 


SD (4°) 938 


40 


37 


- 4 SO 


179.9 


0.92 


9-4 


..10.3 


1900.09 


A 


2 


(A. N. 3635) 


2354 


H3260 




40 


51 


14 24 


65.3 


I2± 


10 


= 10 


1831 + 


H 






2355 


2 597 rej. 


DM (12°) 649 


40 


55 


12 54 


.... 


CI. IV 


8 


..10 


, .. . 


S 




From Cat. Nov. 


2356 


S 594 rej. 


w iv". 875 


41 


16 


39 3 




CI. 11 


8-9 


. .10 


.... 


s 




From Cat. Nov. 


2357 


S598 


W IV*". 902 


41 


37 


17 36 


318.7 


9-52 


8.2 


.. 9-7 


1828.15 


s 


2 


YeVsh mh.: bluish 


2358 


H684 


.... 


41 


51 


10 43 


265 ± 


i5± 


10 


. .11 


1820 + 


H 




A and B ) 
C and D ) 














300 ± 


7± 


II 


..12 


1820 + 


H 




2359 


Arg. II 


SD(I7°)9S2 


41 


53 


-17 28 


235.2 


29.86 


8.4 


.. 8.8 


1903.96 


^ 


2 




2360 


Hu 214 


SD (10°) 1013 


42 


7 


-10 55 


234 -9 


4-93 


8.8 


..lo.s 


1900.13 


Hu 


I 


(.4.7.494) 


2361 


A 477 


SD (6°) 992 


42 


14 


- 6 38 


170.7 


0.39 


9-3 


■• 9-3 


1903.81 


A 


3 


{,Bul. L. 0. No. 50) 


2362 


H3687 


w iv". 877 


42 


16 


- 8 55 


282.8 


25 ± 


9 


. .11 


1836.9 


H 






2363 


2 599 


DM (44°) 1036 


42 


24 


44 46 


335.1 


10.32 


8.0 


• • 9-3 


1831.76 


S 


3 


8.0 wh. 


2364 


H 2240 


SD (4°) 946 


42 


29 


- 4 55 


168.0 


12 ± 


9 


••13 


1830 + 


H 






2365 


See 39 





42 


31 


—21 2 


279.8 


2.62 


10.2 


. .11.2 


1897.75 


See 


I 


(^.7.431) 


2366 


P312 


L 9065 


42 


36 


— 21 I 


345-7 


3-35 


8.0 


■ • 9-5 


1876.03 


HI 


2 




2367 


OS (App) 55 


DM (4°) 754 


42 


45 


5 


15-9 


37-74 


8.0 


.. 8.8 


1875.65 


A 


3 


A (I) (See p. 1064) 


2368 


P551 


96 Tauri 


42 


52 


15 42 


57.2 


30.75 


6 




1878.09 


P 


I 


A and B ) 
B and C ) 














205.7 


6.26 


II. 


..12.8 


1878.09 


/3 


I 


2369 


H3690 


SD (12°) 997 


42 


56 


— II 58 


45 ± 


i8± 


8 


..14 


1836.9 


H 




A and B ) 
A and C 5 














I95± 


30 ± 




. .11 


1836.9 


H 




2370 


HU553 


DM (51°) 98s 


43 


3 


51 10 


80.3 


3-14 


8.8 


. .11.0 


1902.72 


Hu 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


2371 


H350 




43 


18 


34 35 


3io± 


2± 


II 


..11 + 


1820 + 


H 






2372 


H685 




43 


18 


- 7 


5o± 


4± 


13 


••13 


1820 + 


H 




(See p. 1064) 


2373 


S 600 rej. 


DM (60°) 843 


43 


34 


60 23 




CI. IV 


8 


. .10 




S 




From Cat. Nov. 


2374 


HU554 


DM (49°) 1262 


43 


37 


49 51 


310.9 


2.01 


9.0 


..lo.s 


1902.71 


Hu 


3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


2375 


21609 


DM (0°) 865 


43 


40 


57 


82.1 


1.94 


8.5 


.. 8.7 


1832.09 


S 


3 


Yel. 


2376 


2558 


Redhill 670 


43 


43 


86 44 


198.6 


3-04 


8.4 


■ • 9-9 


1833.00 


2 


4 


8.4 yeTsh wh. 


2377 


Hu8i8 


DM (55°) 938 


44 


I 


55 51 


72.7 


0-39 


8.5 


.. 8.8 


1902.70 


Hu 


I 


(See p. 1064) 


2378 


S 605 rej. 




44 


12 


15 10 




CI. II 


9 


■ ■ 9 




S 






2379 


S VI. 83 


DM (6°) 765 


44 


12 


6 37 


1.7 


80.97 




... 


1783-79 


Ift 


1 




2380 


HU31 


SD (10°) 1026 


44 


23 


- 9 59 


333-8 


I. OS 


8.5 


.. 9.0 


1900.10 


Hu 


3 


(^.7.480) 


2381 


P883 


L 9091 


44 


33 


10 52 


17-5 


0.35 


7.0 


.. 7-0 


1879.00 


/3 


1 


A and B ) 
AB and C ) 














148.5 


18.35 




..14 


1879.00 


P 


1 


2382 


Hu 819 


DM (35°) 917 


44 


58 


35 36 


296.4 


0.24 


8.2 


.. 8.8 


1902.75 


Hu 


I 


(See p. 1064) 


2383 


P552 


Orionis 1 1 


45 


4 


13 27 


360 ± 


o.8± 


7 


. .10 


1877.97 


/3 


1 




2384 


H687 




45 


4 


8 15 


87 ± 


10-12 


10 


. .10-11 


1820+ 


H 






2385 


S603 


0. Arg. N. 5251 


45 


6 


49 23 


238.6 


8.42 


8.0 


.. 8.2 


1830.23 


2 


3 


Very wh. 


2386 


(3ii87 


S Camelopardali 


45 


14 


55 4 


245.2 


12.89 


5-5 


..12.8 


1890.78 


/3 


3 




2387 


H3093 


SD (12°) 1007 


45 


23 


— 12 27 


116. 3 


4± 


10 


. .12 


1836.9 


II 






2388 


H28 


.... 


45 


30: 


- 6 25: 


205 ± 


I0± 


II 


..11 + 


1820 + 


H 






2389 


S607 


DM (25°) 744 


45 


47 


25 18 


249.9 


14.21 


9-0 


..10.8 


1831.19 


2 


3 




2390 


HU444 


DM (21°) 717 


45 


52 


22 2 


199-5 


4-57 


8.5 


. .14.0 


1901.92 


Hu 


3 


(Bul.L. 0. No. 21) 


2391 


S 573 "i- 




46 ± 


85 57: 




CI. IV 


8-9 


.. 9 


.... 


2 




From Cat. Nov. 


2392 


P748 


SD (8°) 961 


46 


4 


- 8 3 


131-4 


1.03 


9.0 


.. 9-0 


1879.68 


/3 


2 




2393 


2 602 


DM(69°)28S 


46 


4 


69 6 


134-4 


29.11 


8.3 


.. 9-5 


1829.97 


2 


3 


White 


2394 


02 88 


Rad". 1337 


46 


22 


61 33 


302.4 


0.69 


6.5 


.. 8.2 


1854.01 


02 


4 


Yellow; ash 


2395 


Pi237 


1-9145 


4 46 


28 


23 21 


58.6 


4-32 


8.0 


. .10.6 


1891.81 


P 


3 





47 



4h 



I 




Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 










Numbei 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


2396 


2604 


DM (69°) 286 


4"46°'46s 


69° 52 


39-9 


2fl8 


8.1... 8.9 


1830.30 


s 


4 


IVhitt 


2397 


Husss 


L9I13 


46 52 


SI 54 


309.6 


o.i6 


8.5... 8.7 


1902.71 


Hu 


3 


A and B i AC 
AB and C ) '^h'*^ 












"S.S 


3.87 


7.8... 9.2 


1831.22 


S 


3 


2398 


P316 


L 9181 


46 52 


- 5 29 


176.8 


1. 18 


8.1... 8.2 


1876.60 


A 


4 




2399 


A 478 


SD (6°) I0I2 


46 55 


— 6 29 


30.8 


3.74 


8.8. ..12.7 


1903.81 


A 


3 


{Bui L. 0, No. 50) 


2400 


S457 


W IV'". 992 


46 59 


- I 28 


353.7 


41.49 


8K-.. m 


1824.42 


S 


3 




2401 


H351 


DM (.33°) 918 


47 3 


33 59 


I35± 


6± 


10 ...12 


1820 + 


H 




A and B ^ 














70 ± 


I2± 


...18 


1820 + 


H 




AandC 














55± 


25 ± 




1820 + 


H 




A and D 














225 ± 


40 ± 




1820 + 


H 




A and E. 


(See 


2402 


2 611 rej. 


DM (21°) 721 


47 15 


21 32 




III-IV 


8-9. ..II 


.... 


2 




From Cat. Nov. 


2403 


Espin 57 


DM (47°) 1075 


47 24 


47 27 




3± 


10 ...10 


I90I 


Es 




(A. N. 3784) 


2404 


Kr25 


A. G. Hels. 38 1 5 


47 27 


56 27 


109.5 


2.65 


9.0... 9.5 


1890.77 


P 


I 




2405 


2 606 


DM (69°) 290 


47 29 


69 14 


298.2 


37-50 


8.0... 8.8 


1829.97 


S 


3 


White 


2406 


J5 


7 Camelopardali 


47 41 


S3 34 


309.1 


1.24 


4.6... 7.9 


1865.38 


A 


8 


A and B ') 4.6 wh. 












238.3 


25.65 


...11.3 


1831.57 


S 


3 


AandC)AC=2 6io 


2407 


2 612 




47 46 


7 11 


196.9 


16.60 


7.6... 7.9 


1831.58 


S 


4 


White 


2408 


H29 


SD (6°) 1017 


47 49 


— 6 30 


295± 


30 ± 


9 . . .10 


1820 + 


H 






2409 


Hu 32 


SD (10°) 1026 


47 54 


-10 43 


24S.5 


0.98 


9-0... 9.1 


1900. II 


Hu 


3 


{A. J. 480) 


2410 


See 41 


Cord. G. C. 5548 


48 


-30 52 


122.7 


9-35 


7-5. ..13.9 


1897.83 


See 


I 




241 1 


H3700 


0. Arg. S. 3467 


48 2 


—20 58 


345-3 


20 ± 


7 ...14 


1835-9 


H 






2412 


H688 




48 6 


27 57 


i77± 


5± 


II = II 


1820 + 


H 






2413 


2595 


Redhill 701 


48 22 


82 19 


133.3 


3.07 


8.8. ..II. 3 


1833.24 


S 


3 




2414 


H 3262 




48 24 


14 39 


228.5 


i5± 


9-10. . .10 


1831 + 


H 






2415 


0290 


•W' IV". 1028 


48 25 


8 24 


343.9 


2.05 


7.0... 9.0 


1845.50 


OS 


2 


Wh.: ash 


2416 


H 3702 


0. Arg. S. 3447 


48 42 


—25 21 


221 .0 


21 .0 


9 ...10^ 


1836.9 


H 






2417 


H3263 





48 42 


16 42 


298.8 


3K± 


II .. .11-12 


1831 + 


H 






2418 


H 2242 




48 42 


- 9 32 


14.2 


i8± 


II ...II 


1830 + 


H 






2419 


H 2241 


0. Arg. N. 5319 


48 49 


47 49 


82.5 


9± 


10 = 10 


1830 + 


H 






2420 


2614 


W IV''. 1045 


48 56 


- 44 


68.4 


4.15 


8.5... 8.9 


1832.10 


S 


5 


White 


2421 


P313 


L 9114 


49 12 


68 59 


250 ± 


I0± 


6.5.. .11.5 


1874.98 


|3 


I 




2422 


Ho 16 


DM (33°) 929 


49 16 


34 2 


28 ± 


o.6± 


8.5. ..II 


1885.91 


Ho 






2423 


H352 


SD (4°) 973 


49 20 


- 4 3 


340 ± 


i5± 


9 ...10 


1820 + 


H 






2424 


H2243 


SD (5°) 1082 


49 23 


- 5 2 


335 ± 


3± 


10 = 10 


1830 + 


H 




"Neat" 


2425 


02 89 


p IV". 207 


49 33 


73 53 


305.9 


0.45 


6.2... 7.6 


1848.28 


OS 


5 




2426 


P553 


a' Orionis 


49 37 


13 19 


47.7 


28.58 


5 ...12 


1877.86 


/s 


2 




2427 


P404 


DM (8°) 805 


49 50 


8 58 


III. 8 


1.56 


9.1... 9-3 


1877. II 


A 


4 




2428 


02 91 


L9268 


49 57 


2 59 


62.8 


0-77 


7.0... 7.5 


1851.85 


OS 


3 




2429 


H2245 




50 8 


20 20 


187.7 


20 ± 


9 ...10 


1830 + 


H 






2430 


2 613 


DM (43°) 1143 


50 12 


43 57 


106.5 


19.83 


7.7... 8.7 


1830.92 


S 


3 


AandB) ,^ , 
B and C $ 












18.8 


15-83 


...11.7 


1831.77 


S 


2 


2431 


A 115 


SD (2°) 1070 


SO 16 


- 2 4 


242.7 


1. 00 


8.6. ..12.2 


1900.87 


A 


2 




2432 


Sh48 


62 Eridani 


50 30 


- 5 22 


74.7 


65.86 




1821.97 


Sh 


I 




2433 


P 1045 


99 Tauri 


50 32 


23 46 


6.2 


6.30 


6.0. . .12.3 


1889.09 


/3 


3 




2434 


H353 




SO 59 


29 7 


245 ± 


9± 


10 ...11 


1820 + 


H 






2435 


2 616 


w Auriga f 


51 6 


37 43 


351.9 


6.46 


4.0... 7.9 


1828.75 


S 


4 


Greenish: 


2436 


Hu 215 


SD (11°) lOII 


51 7 


-II 8 


285.4 


0.98 


8.5... 9.0 


1900.16 


Hu 


I 


bluish wh. 
(^. 7.494) 


2437 


Espin 14 


DM (43°) 1149 


51 18 


43 8 


156.3 


32.84 


8.5... 9.0 


1899.50 


Es 


4 


AandB ) (^_ jv_ 
B and C S 3717) 












285.2 


5.39 


...11.8 


1899.33 


Es 


3 


2438 


H3705 


0. Arg. S. 3514 


51 24 


— 16 19 


139.3 


i6± 


7K...I0 


1835.9 


H 




"Neat star'' 


2439 


2 620 


W IV". 1 096 


51 32 


13 46 


226.3 


3-S9 


8.4... 9.4 


I83I.12 


S 


4 


8.4 yeVsh wh. 


2440 


A 479 


SD (6°) 1034 


51 34 


- 6 36 


249.4 


2.28 


8.6. ..10.8 


1903.82 


A 


2 


(But. L.O.No. 50) 


2441 


Ho 17 


W IV". 1 122 


51 39 


30 50 


52.2 


4-38 


8 ...10 


1882.14 


Ho 


2 




2442 


2624 


1-9343 


51 44 


- 5 56 


88.6 


28.36 


8.1... 8.6 


1831.89 


S 


4 


White 


2443 


2 622 


P IV". 258 


51 52 


I 29 


179.9 


2.64 


8.2... 8.2 


1832.09 


S 


3 


White 


2444 


Ho 222 


"W IV". 1 133 


4 SI 53 


31 24 


222.6 


1.89 


7. 7-. .10. 5 


1887.02 


Ho 


2 





48 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



4h 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A.I 


iSo 


Decl. 188a 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epocli 


Observer 


Notes 


2445 
2446 


OS 92 

2 6ig 


5 Aurigae 

0. Arg. N. S365 


4" 52" 
52 


3= 
5 


39°i3' 
50 5 


230^1 
106.0 


2r78 
5.41 


6.0 
8.7 


-- 9-7 
.. 8.7 


1849.09 
1830.23 


OS 

s 


3 
3 


White 


2447 


H689 


Eridani 387 


S2 


8 


- 2 24 


300 ± 


I0± 


6-7 


. .12 


1820 + 


H 






2448 


Sh49 


Orionis 26 


52 


II 


14 22 


304.6 

88.8 


38-83 


7 


.. 8 
--(15) 


1822.09 
1822.09 


s 
s 


2 
I 


A and B ) Yellow: 
AandCi "''' 


2449 


S617 


DM (62°) 721 


52 


16 


62 15 


120.6 


12.36 


8-5 


.. 8.7 


1831.29 


s 


2 


White 


2450 


H2244 


Raa'. 1356 


52 


16 


69 12 


166.0 


100 ± 


9 


.- 9+ 


1830 + 


H 






2451 


seis 


DM (62°) 723 


52 


18 


62 54 


211. 5 


32.22 


7.0 


.- 7-3 


1831.96 


s 


3 


White 


2452 


S623 


Aurigae 28 


52 


25 


27 9 


205.1 


20.40 


6.8 


.. 8.3 


1829.90 


s 


3 


Very wh.; wh. 


2453 


A. 6. 83 


A. G. Lund 2454 


52 


33 


39 2 


131-8 


9.83 


9-2 


-- 9-4 


1902.70 


^ 


2 




2454 


A. G. 84 


DM(54')8SI 


52 


42 


54 39 


160.0 


4-21 


8.8 


.. 9-2 


1900-56 


Es 


2 




2455 
2456 


S459 
2 626 rej. 


j3 Camelopardali 
W IV''. 113s 


52 

53 


45 

5 


60 16 
10 13 


207.7 


79.86 
CI. IV 


5 
8 


• - 9 
. .10 


1825.05 


S 
S 


2 




2457 


S615 


DM (73°) 271 


53 


10 


73 25 


337-2 


1.26 


8.0 


.. 9-8 


1831-95 


2 


3 


8.0 white 


2458 


2 621 


W IV''. 1160 


53 


20 


39 4 


131-4 


9.80 


9-0 


.. 9.0 


1831.54 


S 


3 




2459 


P554 


e Aurigae 


53 


22 


43 39 


224.5 
275-3 


29.31 
42.91 


3-2 


..14 
..II. 7 


1878.89 
1878.97 


|3 


I 
4 


A and B 1 
A and C >■ 














317-1 


46.37 




. .12.0 


1879-47 


/3 


2 


A and D ) 


2460 


P314 


Leporis 3 


53 


39 


-16 34 


149.9 


0-43 


6.6 


.. 6.9 


1876.69 


J 


4 


A and B ) 
AB and C ) 














29.0 


54-45 




.. 8.2 


1889.13 


^ 


2 


2461 


¥V.57 





53 


42 


14 42 


303-6 


34 ± 






1783-73 


IJl 


I 


Aand B ) 
A and C ) 














/ 


36-43 






1783-73 


3Jt 


1 


2462 


P 1238 


1-9373 


53 


53 


26 21 


12.6 


1.42 


8.1 


..11.3 


1891.82 


^ 


3 




2463 


P3I5 


0. Arg. N. 5402 


53 


54 


49 22 


226.0 


10.45 


9.0 


. .11.0 


1877-35 


A 


2 




2464 


0293 


W'lV''. 1 156 


54 


7 


4 55 


65.6 


1-37 


7-5 


.. 9.0 


1847.18 


OS 


2 




2465 


2 625 




54 


8 


58 41 


114. 7 


4-44 


8.2 


.. 9-8 


1831.22 


s 


3 


8.2 very y el. 


2466 


/l6 


1-9397 


54 


9 


14 20 


84-7 


0-93 


8.8 


.. 9.2 


1874-91 


A 


5 




2467 


2627 


DM (3°) 737. 736 


54 


16 


326 


260.3 


21.31 


6.3 


.. 7-0 


1831.51 


S 


3 


White 


2468 


8461 


Tauri 323 


54 


18 


26 30 


158.6 


78.56 


7 


.. 8K 


1824.94 


S 


2 


YeVsh: white 


2469 


2 628 rej. 


Orionis 29 


54 


22 


3 5 




CI. IV 


8 


. .10 




s 




From Cat. Nov. 


2470 


A 480 


A. G. Camb. 2266 


54 


26 


28 7 


317-3 


0.50 


8.0 


..11.8 


1903.87 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


2471 


H5462 




54 


36 


8 33 


290 ± 


12 ± 


II 


■ 13 


1823 + 


H 






2472 


HU445 


DM (20°) 863 


54 


38 


20 39 


278.4 


0.41 


8-5 


.. 8.8 


1901.93 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. =1) 


2473 


H3709 


SD (19°) 1066 


54 


39 


— 19 


318.4 


20 ± 


9 


..II 


1835-9 


H 






2474 


S463 


1-9439 


55 


8 


II 12 


29.6 


33-60 


7 


. . 12 


1825.10 


S 


2 




2475 


2631 


w rv''. 1202 


55 


9 


-13 41 


104.8 


5.41 


7-2 


.. 8.7 


1831.72 


S 


3 


White 


2476 


H 1152 


.... 


55 


22: 


68 39 


42.8 


I0± 


10 


= 10 


1828 + 


H 






2477 


Hu 820 


DM (51°) IOI6 


55 


26 


51 44 


206.6 


1.80 


8-7 


. .10.0 


1902.72 


Hu 


I 


(See p. 1065) 


2478 

2479 
2480 


H354 
H1153 
S 13, App. I 


II and 12 Camelop. 


55 
55 
55 


36 
42 

43 


29 10 
69 10 
58 48 


3io± 

48.2 

7-1 


8± 

I2± 

181.32 


IC 

IC 

5-0 


= 10 
= 10 
.. 6.0 


1820 + 
1828-f 
1836.25 


H 
H 

S 


5 


Bluish: very yel. 


2481 


2630 


p rv''. 278 


55 


47 


I 26 


49-2 


14.00 


6.8 


.. 8.0 


1832.08 


s 


3 


Wh.: bluish 


2482 


A. G. 85 


A. G. Alb. 1540 


56 


4 


4 9 


177.0 


8.99 


8.9 


.. 9-3 


1903.14 


M 


3 




2483 


Weisse 5 


W IV''. I2IS 


56 


6 


13 II 






9 












2484 


A. G. 86 


A. G. Lund 2485 


56 


6 


35 36 


17.8 


2.59 


9-0 


.. 9-2 


1902.70 


^ 


2 




2485 


See 44 


0. Arg. S. 3581 


56 


17 


-23 53 


333-8 


1-93 


7-5 


.. 9-8 


1897.83 


See 


I 




2486 
2487 
2488 
2489 


A. G. 87 

H3714 
H2247 
H690 


A. G. Alb. 1544 
SD(S°) II3S 


56 

56 
56 
57 


21 

29 

51 

7 


4 26 
-16 28 

- 5 53 
28 56 


280.9 

276.7 

55-6 

280 ± 


30-59 
7± 

I0± 

6± 


8.8 
11 
.10 
9 


. . .10.2 
= II 
...14 
...13 


1903.13 
1835-9 
1830 + 
1820 + 


M 
H 
H 
H 


3 




2490 
2491 
2492 
2493 
2494 


Weisse 6 
Ho 224 
A. G. 88 

H355 
2 636 


wrv''. 1261 

DM (28°) 741 
A. 6. Leiden 1849 

W IV''. 1249 


57 
57 
57 
57 
4 57 


8 

10 
13 
14 
17 


27 32 

28 33 
30 44 
30 14 

- 8 50 


278.2 
286.2 
290 ± 
100.4 


1.82 
15-90 
i5± 

3-74 


8 

9-0 
8.7 
II 

7-5 


...10.7 
... 8.8 
...11 + 
... 8.6 


1887.02 
1902.63 
1820 + 
1830.84 


Ho 

/3 

H 

S 


2 
2 

4 


(^.iV.2977) 

(Seep. 1065) 

H (vii) 9.J...10 
White 



49 



i_5ii 




Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 








Numbe 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Ded. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Etwch 


Observer 


Notes 


2495 


P 1046 


9 Aurigae 


4'' 57"° 1 7' 


5i°26' 


93-8 


6f29 


5.5.--12-7 


1888-92 


P 


3 


A and B ) 
A and C 5 












62.2 


79.50 


... 9.U 


1783-30 


Jit 


I 


2496 


P884 


1-9534 


57 22 


-12 36 


199.0 


0.54 


8.0... 8.0 


1979-09 


P 


2 




2497 


P749 


DM (55°) 958 


57 37 


55 22 


225.9 


0.91 


7.9.. .10.0 


1879-73 


/3 


2 




2498 


H31 


w rv''. 1261 


57 44 


- 5 19 




i5± 


9 --- 


1820 + 


H 




" Double" in Sehj. 


2499 


H 2246 




57 45 


52 53 


169.4 


9± 


II = II 


1830 + 


H 




Another obs. 

P=l73?4 
{A. N. =577) 


2500 


Ho 223 


DM (35°) 972 


57 48 


35 41 


42.0 


1.44 


8 ...12 


1890.05 


Ho 


2 


2501 


G. Anderson I 




58 : 


49 0: 


337-8 


5-55 


10 ...10.5 


1876.04 


HI 


I 


(See p. 1065) 


2502 


2 639 


W IV''- 1264 


58 


- 3 2 


76-9 


5.23 


8.2... 9.0 


1832.06 


S 


3 


White 


2503 


S635 


DM (54°) 862 


58 2 


54 50 


280.6 


0.41 


8-3--- 8-3 


1830.02 


S 


4 




2504 


02 94 rej. 


0. Arg. N. 5495 


58 7 


50 8 


304.0 


15.60 


7 ... 9-10 


1843.27 


Ma 


I 


A and B ) 
AandC) 












63.3 


20 ± 


. . .10 


1843.27 


Ma 


I 


2505 


H2248 





58 14 


47 II 


334-5 


i3± 


10 ...12 


1830 + 


H 






2506 


0297 


wiv''. 1301 


58 23 


22 54 


157-7 


0.51 


6.1... 7.8 


1852.46 


OS 


4 




2507 


H.C.Wilson I 


SD (20°) 997 


58 25 


-20 39 


83.6 


9.53 


9-0-.. 9-5 


1883.91 


W 


I 




2508 


A 481 


SD(6°) 1075 


58 26 


- 6 12 


357.0 


0.24 


7-0... 8.0 


1903-83 


A 


4 


(B«l. L. 0. No. 50) 


2509 


0295 


P IV"". 288 


58 28 


19 38 


344.2 


0.55 


6.6... 7-2 


1845.96 


OS 


4 


White 


2510 


H691 


DM (9°) 72s 


58 39 


9 4 


45 ± 


25 ± 


9 . . .12 


1820-f 


H 




Yellow: dusky blue 


2511 


2640 


W^ Iv''.i3io 


59 II 


33 15 


98-8 


9.32 


8.2... 9.5 


1829.24 


S 


2 


AandB ) 
AandC 5 












305 ± 


i8± 


••-(12) 


1820 + 


H 




2512 


A 482 


SD (6°) 1081 


59 15 


— 6 41 


170.2 


4-16 


8.5. ..10.5 


1903.82 


A 


2 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


2513 


S633 


DM (63°) 566 


59 20 


63 27 


342.4 


12.28 


6.7. ..10.3 


183I.3I 


S 


3 


6.7 wh. 


2514 


H.C.Wilson 2 




59 39 


—20 25 


186.8 


8.40 


9.0. . .12.0 


1883.91 


w 


I 




2515 


H3265 


DM (36°) 1009 


59 55 


36 54 


142.8 


i5± 


9-10=9-10 


183I + 


H 






2516 


02 96 rej. 


Rad'. 1404 


59 56 


48 58 




12. 


6-7... II 




OS 






2517 


H357 




502 


28 58 


350 ± 


I0± 


9 ...II 


1820 + 


H 




H (VII) 340- : 10- : 


2518 


A. 6. 8g 


A. G. Alb. 1570 


2 


2 47 


357.0 


1.88 


9.0... 9.1 


1903-13 


Cg 


3 


II. --II 


2519 


H692 


DM (35°) 987 


4 


35 59 


i75± 


6± 


9-10. . .11-12 


1820 + 


H 




Double in A. G, 


2520 


H3267 


w^iv". 1348 


4 


16 40 


153. 1 


30 ± 


8-9 ... 1 1 


1831 + 


H 






2521 


P 75° 


7 Caeli 


5 


-35 39 


316.0 


2.69 


4-5--- 8-7 


1892.01 


iS 


3 




2522 
2523 


H3266 
Hu 446 


DM (22°) 830 


6 
8 


36 51 
22 34 


69.4 
183.0 


S± 
0.90 


10 ...12 
9.2... 9.8 


1831-f- 
I90I.91 


H 
Hu 


4 


"In cluster VHI, 61" 
{.Bui. L. 0, No. 21) 


2524 


2 637 


0. Arg. N. 5520 


II 


67 41 


22.6 


20.25 


8.2. . .10.0 


1831.30 


S 


2 


8.2 yeVsh 


2525 
2526 


KU2I 

H2250 


DM (10°) 714 


17 
26 


10 50 
I 42 


211. 9 
92.1 


5.72 

s± 


9-5--.I0.2 
10-11...12 


1901.63 
1830 + 


Ku 
H 


2 


Kustner (3821) 


2527 


H 2252 




26 


- 9 2 


152.4 


3± 


II .. .11-12 


1830 + 


H 




"Neat" 


2528 


S466 


105 Tauri 


45 


21 33 


251.0 


109.99 


7 ...10 


1825.04 


S 


2 




2529 


H 3720 


0. Arg. S. 3650 


45 


-15 36 


149.6 


20 ± 


8 ...10 


1835-9 


H 






2530 


2 642 rej. 


66 Eridani 


48 


- 4 49 


9-4 


52.50 


6.0. . . 9.2 


1879-95 


/3 


2 




2531 


Edgecomb 


103 Tauri 


48 


24 6 


147.9 


12.94 


6 ...12.5 


1878.98 


/3 


I 


A and B 
A and C 3 












197.0 


34-98 


... 9.0 


1878.98 


/3 


I 


2532 


2638 


0. Arg. N. 5529 


I 6 


69 41 


222.4 


5. 32 


7-5--. 8.5 


183I.6I 


S 


3 


YeVsh: very blue 


2533 


H 2249 


DM (47°) 1 102 


I 6 


47 21 


100.5 


I2± 


9-J0...II 


1820 + 


H 






2534 


P751 


DM (42°) 1 184 


I 16 


42 31 


258.0 


3.07 


8.4. . .10.0 


1891.85 


? 


3 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 












204.3 


24.42 


...11.7 


1899.09 


P 


I 


253s 


0298 


14 Orionis 


I 21 


8 20 


250.8 


I. 14 


6.0... 6.8 


1844 -S3 


OS 


3 




2536 


2 643 


DM (8°) 867 


I 23 


8 15 


295.2 


2.68 


8.5... 8.5 


1831.76 


s 


3 




2537 


H3723 


SD (19°) 1099 


I 37 


-19 56 


54-3 


4± 


9 . . .10 


1835-9 


H 






2538 


2 641 rej. 


.... 


I 39: 


57 14: 





CI. IV 


8 ...10 




S 




From Cat. Nov. 


2539 


H 2251 




I 54 


52 56 


319.9 


i5± 


10 ...12 


1830 + 


H 






2540 


Hu2i6 


SD (10°) IIOI 


2 3 


— 10 I 


229.9 


2.40 


8-5.--13-5 


1900.16 


Hu 


I 


(^./.494) 

8.0 -white 


2541 

as42 


2632 

OS (App) 61 


DM (78°) 180 
W IV"". 1414 


2 4 
2 5 


78 14 
29 40 


46.0 
243.6 


2.23 
69.12 


8.0. . .10.0 
6.5... 8.0 


1831.95 
1874.88 


S 
A 


3 

3 


8543 


S644 


W» IVh. 1407 


2 II 


37 9 


219.2 


1. 61 


6.7... 7.0 


1828.60 


S 


3 
3 




2544 


P1047 


Aurigae 47 


5 2 13 


27 S3 


26.8 


n.71 


6.i!... 8.2 


1829.90 


s 


Gold: bluish red 
A and B ) 6.2 wh.: 
BandCj ^-^ '''''' 


1 








75-3 


0.44 


8.7... 9.2 


1889.09 


p 


3 



50 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



5" 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A.I 


iSo 


Decl. 1880 


Position 

Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epocli 


Observer 


Notes 


2545 


See 46 


SD (22°) I0I2 


jh 2" 


14' 


-22°48' 


357?8 


14-07 


7-3 


..11.8 


1897-77 


See 2 




2546 


S649 


w iv*". 1399 


2 


35 


- 8 49 


80.8 


21.59 


7.0 


.. 8.7 


1831.90 


S 4 


White: Hue 


2547 


2646 


DM (39°) II98 


2 


46 


39 8 


72. 5 


15-87 


8.2 


.. 9.0 


1831.21 


S 2 


Yel'sh: wh. 


2548 


S634 


Camelop. 19 (Hev.) 


2 


47 


79 5 


348.6 


34-04 


4-S 


• • 7-9 


1834.15 


S 6 


YeVsh: wh. 


2549 


OS 99 rej. 


15 Orionis 


2 


50 


IS 27 




.... 


S 




.... 


OS 




2550 


H5464 




3 


12 


- 47 


140 ± 


4± 


10 


. .12 


1823 + 


H 




2551 


2648 


W= IV''. 1453 


3 


14 


31 S3 


74^3 


4.68 


7-4 


.. 8.1 


1831.16 


S 4 


YePsh: bluish 


2552 


A. G. 90 


DM (24°) 772 


3 


23 


25 






8.6 




.... 







2553 


S468 


DM (13°) 822 


3 


27 


13 51 


162.6 


27.18 


9 


. .10 


1825.00 


S 2 




2554 


OS 100 


W V*". IS 


3 


28 


8 1 


247.2 


4-32 


7-0 


.. 9.8 


1848.51 


OS 3 


7.0 white 


2555 


A. G. 91 


DM (5°) 823 


3 


32 


s 56 


216.2 


13-32 


9.2 


.. 9-6 


1895.29 


Lp 




2556 


H3268 





3 


46 


16 22 


261.7 


I0± 


10 


. .11 


1831 + 


H 


"In a cluster" 


2557 


H358 


DM (35°) 1008 


3 


54 


35 35 


140 ± 


15-20 


10 


. .11 


1820 + 


H 




2558 


S629 


Redhill 732 


4 


4 


83 18 


342.1 


13.16 


8.2 


. .11.2 


1832.77 


S 4 




2559 


A 483 


SD (9°) 1086 


4 


II 


— 9 16 


58.7 


3.62 


9-3 


.. 9-8 


1903.84 


A 2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


2560 


S651 


W" V''. 38 


4 


14 


- 7 13 


101.7 


10.81 


8.0 


. .lO.u 


1829.67 


S 2 




2561 


A 484 


SD (7°) 993 


4 


33 


— 7 44 


298.1 


0.19 


8-5 


.. 8.5 


1903.92 


A 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


2562 


HU821 


DM (51°) 1043 


4 


37 


51 17 


186.9 


0-99 


8.0 


.. 8.5 


1902.96 


Hu I 


(See p. 1065) 


2563 


See 47 


Cord. DM (22°) 2039 


4 


40 


-22 39 


39-3 


3-52 


6.5 


--I3-4 


1897-78 


See 2 




2564 


A 50 


SD(5'')II77 


4 


41 


- 5 5 


104.4 


2.93 


8.6 


..12.5 


1900.19 


A 3 


(^.iV.3668) 


2565 


P885 


L9758 


4 


53 


- I 55 


196. 1 


0.71 


8.3 


.. 8.4 


1880.80 


iS 3 




2566 


OS loi 


L 9691 


4 


54 


46 50 


184.6 


5-7S 


7-3 


.. 9-8 


1848.44 


OS 3 


7.2 white 


2567 


A 485 


SD (9°) 1089 


4 


58 


- 9 33 


122.2 


4.04 


9-0 


. .12.0 


1903-84 


A 2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


2568 


H3269 




S 


4 


16 36 


60.4 


20 ± 


9 


. .11 


183I + 


H 




2569 


A 210 


A. G. Camb. 2348 


5 


12 


26 7 


91.2 


0.41 


8-5 


-- 9-5 


1901.99 


A 2 




2570 


H3727 




S 


14 


-19 3 


32-3 


2± 


9 


. .10 


1835-9 


H 




2571 


Hu33 


DM (0°) 974 


5 


32 


22 


324.2 


0.16 


7-5 


.. 8.0 


1899.09 


Hu 3 




2572 


Hu822 


DM (51°) 1044 


5 


32 


51 11 


183.7 


4.64 


8-5 


. .12.0 


1902.96 


Hu I 


(See p. 1065) 


2573 


2652 


W V". 64 


5 


34 


53 


184.3 


I. 71 


6.3 


.. 7-8 


1830.18 


S 3 


YeVsh: wh. 


2574 


OS (App) 62 


W V''. 60 


5 


34 


6 41 


48.2 


123-39 


7-4 


■- 7-7 


1875-31 


^ 3 




2575 


H3270 




5 


44 


16 21 






10 


. .10 


1831 + 


H 




2576 


P 1006 


SD (2°) 1 169 


6 


17 


— 2 21 


201.7 


0.78 


9.6 


. .11.0 


1882.00 


? 2 


A and B ) 
Aand C) 














177-8 


52.29 




.. 9-7 


1882.00 


^ 2 


2577 


H1154 


.... 


6 


21 


71 6 


91.0 


i8± 


9 


--IS 


1828-f 


H 




2578 


A 51 


SD (3°) 1037 


6 


27 


- 3 II 


96-5 


1.40 


8.5 


.. 8.6 


1900.20 


A 2 


(A. N. 3668) 


2579 


H2253 


0. Arg. TS. 5644 


6 


37 


51 49 


22.5 


i8± 


7-8 


..17 


1830 + 


H 




2580 


A 211 


DM (31°) 894 


6 


37 


31 34 


131-6 


4.29 


8.5 


..12.5 


1901.97 


A 3 




2581 


S655 


1 Leporis 


6 


42 


— 12 I 


337-6 


12.81 


4-2 


..10.5 


1832.25 


S 6 


4.2 greenish 


2582 


H359 


.... 


6 


45 


27 52 


65 ± 


8± 


9 


..10 


1820 + 


H 




2583 


HU556 


DM (35°) 1022 


6 


59 


35 13 


136-3 


2.29 


8.2 


..12.5 


1901.88 


Hu 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


2584 


S654 


p Orionis 




I 


2 43 


63-5 


7-05 


4-7 


.. 8.5 


1832.05 


S 4 


Very y el.: Hue 


2585 


H694 


.... 




7 


33 


95 ± 


4± 


II 


..12 


1820 + 


H 




2586 


H2255 






10 


52 6 


I07-S 


I0± 


12 


— 12 


1830 + 


H 




2587 


S470 


SD (17°) 1047 




14 


-17 36 


277.6 


48.30 


10 


..io>^ 


1825.05 


S 2 




2588 


OS 517 


L 9802 




18 


I 49 


279.8 


0.63 


6-5 


.. 6.7 


1854-87 


OS 3 


AandB ) 
AB and C 5 














134.6 


6.73 




-•(13) 


1878.08 


HI 2 


2589 


A. G. 92 


A. 6. Leiden 1934 




31 


30 12 


334-5 


21.92 


9-2 


■• 9-4 


1902.63 


/3 2 




2590 


H2257 


w v". 127 




33 


- 4 48 


256.2 


30 ± 


5-6 


..II 


1830 + 


H 




2591 


S653 


14 Aurigae 




36 


32 33 


342.4 


12.58 


5-0 


..II.O 


1830.55 


2 3 


A and B ■) AC ereen- 
> ish: blu- 
AandC) ishwh. 














225.6 


14.65 




.. 7.2 


1830.55 


S 3 


2592 


OS 102 


L9806 




37 


25 








6.5 







OS 




2593 


S664 


W V''. 119 




39 


8 18 


167.6 


5.02 


7-5 


.. 8.0 


1829.84 


S 3 


White 


2594 


Seei 


K Leporis 




40 


-13 5 


358-7 


3-05 


S-o 


.. 7.9 


1832.23 


S 6 


YeVsh: Hue 


2595 


HU34 


SD (10°) II2S 




41 


— 10 46 


109. S 


i-oS 


8.9 


..12.5 


1900.05 


Hu 2 


(A.J.^^o) 


2596 


A 661 


SD (7°) 1005 


5 7 


44 


- 728 


171. 2 


0.27 


9.1 


.. 9-6 


1904.01 


A 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 61) 



61 



51^ 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A.I 


S80 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


2597 


? VI. 30 


u Aurigae (Capella) 


5" r 


49» 


45°53' 


22?6 
317-5 


46r63 

78.17 


I 


..16 
..14 


1898.51 
1878.89 


Bar 


3 


A and b'' 
A and C 
















183.2 


126.2 




..12.5 


1878.04 


P 




A andD 
















315-8 


143.21 




. .11 


1878.89 


|8 




A and E 
















146. 1 


158.01 




. .10 


1878.89 


iS 




A and F 
















348.0 


454.2 




.. 9 


1821.22 


Sh 




A and G , 




2598 
2599 


H3732 

See 48 


Lac. 1753 
Coid.DM(28°)2028 


8 

8 


4 
5 


— 27 20 

-28 36 


216. S 

2.1 


80 ± 
2.32 


8 
8 


= 8 
.. 9-9 


1834-9 
1897.83 


H 
See 


I 


"Both fine yellow" 


2600 
2601 


H361 

A 212 


A. G. Camb. 2369 


8 
8 


7 
10 


33 
^9 20 


105 ± 

302.4 

22.8 


3± 

3-04 

19-15 


12 

8.8 


-•13 
..12.7 


1820 + 

1901.97 

1901.97 


H 
A 
A 


3 
2 


"Very delicate 

object" 
A and B 

A and C ■ 














48.6 


4.00 


10. 


. .16.0 


igo2.oo 


A 


2 


CandD 


2602 


2658 


DM (38°) 1087 


8 


24 


38 55 


188. 1 


5-52 


8-3 


-.10.3 


1832.25 


S 


3 


8.3 white 


2603 


S662 


L 9809 


8 


35 


25 49 


102.2 


5.29 


7-9 


. .11.0 


1831.14 


S 


4 


7.9 white 


2604 


2 665 


W^ V''. 182 


8 


38 


19 36 


260.1 


1.80 


8-3 


.. 9.2 


1831.11 


s 


3 




2605 


P555 


j3 Orionis (Rigel) 


8 


47 


— 8 20 


172.8 

199.8 

I-S 


0.35 

9.14 

44.48 


I.O 


.. 8.0 
..12.5 


1878.14 

1831-53 
1878.82 


s 

/3 


2 

3 
2 


B and C 1 

AandB A^f^* 

A and D ) 


2606 


2667 


W V"". 165 


8 


52 


- 7 13 


312.7 


4.19 


7-5 


.. 9-0 


1830.83 


2 


3 


Very yel.: ash 


2607 


P317 


L9852 


8 


54 


-23 8 


12.4 


9.16 


7-5 


. .11.0 


1876.05 


Cin 


I 




2608 


H3271 


DM(37°)iii7 


8 


59 


37 39 


352.4 


I2± 


10 


. .10 


1831 + 


H 




Double in A. G. 


2609 


2 657 


DM (52°) 942 


9 


II 


52 43 


273.2 


1.42 


7-5 


.. 8.0 


1835-94 


S 


3 


White 


2610 


2 665 


DM (33°) 991 


9 


14 


33 12 


71-3 


2.98 


8.0 


.. 8.0 


1830.55 


s 


3 


Very white 


2611 


2656 


DM (62°) 743 


9 


22 


63 2 


217.2 


2.62 


8-3 


. .10.0 


1831.92 


s 


3 


8.3 white 


2612 


Weisse 7 


W= V''- 199 


9 


31 


31 8 


.... 





9 












2613 


2670 


P V". 20 


9 


43 


18 18 


171. 1 


2-33 


7-7 


.. 8.2 


1830.53 


s 


3 


White: bluish 


2614 


HU823 


DM (48°) 1249 


9 


45 


48 56 


8.4 


4-27 


8-9 


..11.5 


1902.96 


Hu 


I 


(Seep. 1065) 


2615 


2671 


W V''. 222 


9 


58 


25 57 


125.8 


17-23 


8-5 


.. 9.0 


1829.21 


s 


4 


White 


2616 


P885>i 


L9823 


10 





37 30 


69-3 


2.31 


7-5 


.. 9-5 


1880.21 


/3 


6 




2617 


2 659 


DM (64°) 520 


10 


3 


64 47 


314-0 


5.56 


8-7 


.. 9-7 


1831.61 


S 


3 




2618 


2 669 


DM (45°) 1090 


10 


9 


45 7 


275-5 


9-74 


7-8 


.- 8.3 


1831.22 


s 


3 


Very white 


2619 


2 675 


W V''. 190 


10 


II 


- 5 43 


4-5 


9.26 


8.8 


.. 9-0 


1830.50 


s 


3 


Very white 


2620 


2 672 rej. 




10 


12: 


16 38: 


.... 


CI. IV 


8 


. .10 


• • • • 


s 




From Cat. Nov, 


2621 


A. G. 93 


A. G. Lund 2629 


10 


14 


39 27 


















2622 


P318 


L9873 


10 


15 


- 3 37 


227.2 


0.66 


8.3 


.. 8.7 


1876.23 


A 


3 




2623 
2624 


02 103 
Ho 334 


16 Aurigae 
yf W^. 235 


10 
10 


18 
18 


33 15 
22 42 


56.5 
186.8 


4-49 
1.76 


5-2 

8.1 


. .11 .0 
. .10.2 


1848.02 
1893.19 


OS 

Ho 


2 

I 


5.0 yel. (ggj,p jjjgjj 
[A.N. 3^33) 


2625 
2626 
2627 


2 674 

H1155 
2 3, App. II 


P v''. 25 
DM (70°) 350 
X Aurigae 


10 
10 
10 


19 

25 

42 


20 
70 31 
39 59 


147-3 

45-7 

274.4 


10.55 
20 ± 
29.11 


6.5 
9-10 


-- 9-S 
. .10 

••13-S 


1828.19 
1828 + 
1900.78 


S 
H 


3 
2 


6.5 very white 
A and B J 














197.6 


40.47 


5.2 


. .12.2 


1879.28 


P 


3 


A and C V 5.2 yel. 


2628 
2629 
2630 
2631 


2 663 

Hu35 
5V. 88 
Espin 59 


SD (11°) 1 1 18 
DM (39°) 1250 
DM (33°) 1005 


10 
10 

10 

10 


42 

44 
46 
49 


66 5 

-II 57 

40 

33 24 


29.0 
73-9 
64.7 
215.9 
10.2 


103.60 

2-55 
2.70 

35-25 
14.02 


7-5 
9-0 

8.5 


.. 8.7 
..10.7 
..10.8 

.. 9-0 


1836.21 

1831.31 
1900.05 

1783-49 
1882.24 


S 

s 

Hu 
/3 


3 
3 
3 
I 
2 


A and D ) 
7.5 yeVsh wh. 
(^.7-480) 


2632 


Howe 12 


Coia.DM(29°)2i46 


10 


52 


-29 39 


231.6 


2.49 


8.5 


-- 9-5 


1877.12 


Cin 


2 




2633 

2634 
2635 
2636 
2637 
2638 


A 52 
2678 

Ho 18 
2 673 
2 68i 

Weisse 8 


SD (5°) 1210 

W V''. 216 

L9876 

0. Arg. N. 5732 

DM {46°) 998 

W V''. 269 


II 

II 
II 
II 
II 
II 




17 

28 

31 
42 

43 


- 5 46 
4 33 
33 52 
50 29 
46 50 
36 6 


IS9-9 
96. 5 
164. 1 
269.6 
180.5 
329-7 


1.76 
3-28 
3-94 
1-33 
23.40 
2.83 


8.5 
8.3 
7-7 
8-3 
6-3 
8.9 


..13-0 
.. 8.8 

--13 
. .10.2 
.. 8.3 
.. 9-0 


1900.20 
1830.83 
1885.50 

1830.93 
1831.95 
1901 .25 


A 

S 

Ho 

S 

S 


2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
2 


{A. N. 3668) 
White 

Yel'sh wh: 

lluish wh. 
A and B ) 

A andC ) 
B and C ) 


2639 


P188 


T Orionis 


5 II 


47 


- 6 58 


224.8 
49-1 


10.12 

3-77 


II 


--13-S 
. .12 


1901.25 
1876.22 


/3 
HI 


2 
2 














250.4 
63.8 


i8± 
i8± 


4 


..14 
. .12 


1830. 
1830. 


H 
H 


I 
I 


A and B > 
A and D ) 



52 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



h^ 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A.I 


80 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


2640 


H3272 


DM (39°) 1257 


jh jiU 


48' 


39°I4' 


345-0 
320 ± 

39-3 


iS"± 

20± 
24 ± 


7-8 


..14 
..14 
■ 13 


1831-^ 
1831 + 
1831 + 


H 
H 
H 




AandB 
AandC - 
AandD ) 


2641 


Kr26 


A. 6. Hels. 3992 


12 


I 


SS 48 


71.0 


9-75 


9-3 


.- 9-5 


1890.77 


|3 


I 




2642 


H 22)60 




12 


6 


-10 49 


i75± 


25 ± 


10 


= 10 


1830 + 


H 




"P est. from diagram' ' 


2643 


HU36 


SD (11°) 1126 


12 


7 


-II 6 


185.6 


0-73 


9.0 


..ii.S 


1900.04 


Hu 


2 


(A. J. 480) 


2644 


2 680 


P V-. 37 


12 


9 


20 I 


201.8 


8.72 


6.3 


. .10.2 


1827.85 


S 


3 


(>.T,yd. 


2645 


S473 


L9950 


12 


10 


-15 21 


304.0 


20.84 


8 . 


. .10 


1825.06 


S 


3 




2646 


H69S 


DM (9°) 797 


12 


10 


9 7 


325 ± 


6± 


10 . 


..11 


1820 + 


11 






2647 


S679 


DM {25°) 816 


12 


21 


25 2 


316.3 


20.00 


8.7 


.. 9-1 


1829.73 


s 


S 




2648 


S 682 rej. 


DM (3°) 845 


12 


22 


3 SI 


89.0 


20 ± 


10 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 






2649 


See 49 


SD (18°) 1046 


12 


25 


-18 16 


179.8 


5.01 


8.1 


-.13-3 


1897-77 


See 


I 




2650 


S683 


L9929 


12 


SS 


25 3 


80.1 


12.13 


7-8 


. .10.0 


1827.84 


S 


3 


7,8 ivkite 


2651 


H2258 


DM (53°) 891 


13 


I 


S3 27 


39-4 


25 ± 


9-10 


■ -13 


1830 + 


H 






2652 


S676 


0. Arg. H. 5746 


13 


4 


64 37 


282.4 


0.82 


7-5 


.. 8.5 


1831.63 


S 


3 


White 


2653 


Espin 60 


DM (40°) 1261 


13 


S 


40 43 


269.4 


5-7 


9.1 


.. 9-1 


1901 


Es 




(^.i\^.3784) 


2654 


A 53 


SD (3°) 1061 


13 


6 


- 3 12 


45-6 


4-94 


8.5 


..12.5 


1900.20 


A 


2 




2655 


Cordoba 


Cord. G. C. 6100 


13 


14 


-27 37 


274.0 


3.21 


9 


■ • 9-5 


1902.16 


I 


I 




2656 


H696 


DM (27°) 757 


13 


20 


27 58 


220 ± 


8± 


9 


. .11 


1820 + 


H 






2657 


2 677 


0. Aig. N. 5751 


13 


24 


63 16 


279-4 


1.74 


7-7 


.. 8.0 


1831.77 


S 


4 


Very white 


2658 


2 684 


DM (44°) I182 


13 


24 


44 S8 


136.3 


i-SO 


8.0 


.. 9-8 


1830.89 


S 


3 


S.oyePsh ivh. 


2659 


A 213 


A. G. Camb. 2418 


13 


28 


25 37 


14.9 


4-19 


8.5 


.-13-5 


1901.99 


A 


3 




2660 


See 50 


1,9986 


13 


30 


-18 16 


199.2 


28.93 


5 


..12.8 


1897-77 


See 


I 




2661 


2 686 


w» v". 335 


13 


37 


23 55 


219.9 


9.19 


7-9 


.. 8.1 


1830.36 


S 


S 


White 


2662 


2 688 


W V". 273 


13 


43 


— 10 52 


274-3 


10.50 


7-0 


■ - 7-4 


1832.17 


S 


4 


YeVsh: bluish wK. 


2663 


Espin 61 


DM (40°) 1263 


13 


44 


40 40 


356.7 


2.4 


9-0 


.. 9.2 


1901 


Es 




U. N. 3784) 


2664 


H2261 




13 


46 


- 4 14 


213.0 


6± 


14 


= 14 


1830 + 


H 






2665 


9 in. 94 


.... 


13 


48: 


— II 14 


94.0 


11-73 






1783.04 


«I 


I 




2666 


8476 


L 10020 


14 


2 


-18 38 


17-3 


39-71 


1% 


-- VA 


1824.94 


S 


2 




2667 


Espin — 


DM (49°) 1345 


14 


9 


49 27 


173-8 


9-30 


8.4 


.. 9-0 


1900.49 


Es 


2 


M.JV.3717) 


2668 


02 104 


1-9939 


14 


IS 


46 54 


190.7 


15-78 


7.0 


. .11.0 


1847.02 


OS 


2 




2669 


P886 


DM (33°) 1020 


14 


24 


33 41 


67.6 
153-S 


17-17 
48-73 


8.2 


.. 9-0 
.. 9-2 


1829.24 
1829.24 


S 

s 


2 
2 


AandB ^ 

AandC [aB = ^^^ 














246-9 


0.90 


8.5 


. .10.0 


1882.22 


p 


I 


CandD ) 


2670 


P189 


Orionis 81 


14 


33 


- 5 28 


283.6 


4.27 


6.8 


..II.S 


1875.86 


A 


3 




2671 


2 685 


DM (50°) II61 


14 


33 


50 21 


315-3 


2.03 


8.2 


. .10.0 


1831.02 


S 


4 


8.2 j/f/. 


2672 


P887 


DM (33°) 1026 


14 


33 


33 18 


194-3 
112. 8 


1. 00 
9-54 


9.0 


..10.5 
--I3-S 


1882.22 
1898.84 


/3 


2 

I 


A and B 1 
AandC 1 














332-8 


10.56 




. .12.0 


1882.24 


P 


3 


AandD 














201.6 


14.80 




--13-S 


1898.84 


P 


I 


A and E J 


2673 


P190 


Orionis 82 


14 


38 


- 8 9 


355-3 

4-2 


0.71 
34.86 


7-9 

7-8 


.. 8.7 

.. 8.8 


1876.15 
1831.48 


A 

S 


4 
3 


A and B ) AC = 
ABandci ='9» 


2674 


H362 


DM (29°) 874 


14 


S3 


29 9 


iS5± 

270± 

320 ± 


12± 

iS± 

30 ± 


9 


..10 


1820 + 
1820 + 
1820 + 


H 
H 
H 




A and B 1 

\ "Quintu- 
A and C y pie or sex- 

AandD r-'P'^" 


2675 
2676 
2677 
2678 
2679 
2680 
S68l 


H3749 
02 103 
H3750 
H1156 

H363 
2691 
H697 


L lOOlS 
Leporis 28 

DM (34°) 1023 
W V*". 370 
B. A. C. 1657 


14 
14 

IS 
IS 
IS 
IS 
IS 


S6 
S6 
20 
20 
20 
21 
24 


—30 II 
12 33 

—21 22 
70 12 
34 2 
31 3 

- 32 


146.6 

IIO.O 

295-3 
222.6 

I3S± 
300.2 

50 ± 

IIO± 


i5± 
0.72 

3± 

3± 

9± 

25.60 

20± 
30 ± 


IC 

7-8 

5 

12 
9-10 

8-5 

5 


= 10 
.. 7-8 
. . .10 

--13 
...14 
... 9-0 

-•13 


1835-9 

1848.20 

1835-90 

1828 + 

1820 + 

1828.73 

l820-f 

1820+ 


H 

OS 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 


2 
2 


*'To the M is a fine 
coarse double star" 

A and B ) 
A and C ) 


2682 
2683 
2684 


Ma 2 
2 693 
02 106 


SD (7°) 1050 
SD (2°) 1222 
W V". 324 


IS 

IS 
S IS 


32 
37 
47 


- 7 

— 2 10 
5 17 


158.8 

8.9 

41.7 


3-20 

3-65 
9-31 


9.0 

8-7 
6.8 


.-- 9-S 
... 9.0 

. :io.2 


1843-13 
1831.08 

1848.51 


Ma 

S 

OS 


I 
3 
3 


White 
7.0 white 



68 



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Burnham : General Catalogue of Double Stars 










Numbe 


r Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 

Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observe 


Notes 


2685 


Espin 62 


DM (40°) 1277 


S^ 15=48' 


41° I' 


6i?9 


2-7 


9.5. ..12.0 


1901 


Es 




A andB J ^a. AT. 
AandC) 37II4) 












306.6 


14.2 




I90I 


Es 




2686 


Pl3I7 


DM (39°) 1290 


16 


39 32 


26.9 


0.60 


9.0... 9.4 


1902.82 


P 


4 




2687 


2 689 


DM (67') 385 


16 16 


67 48 


323-9 


5.72 


8.0. ..lO.O 


1831.61 


2 


3 


8.0 white 


2688 


H698 





16 22 


57 


240 ± 


6± 


10 ...12 


1820 + 


H 






2689 


A. G. 94 


A. G. Land 2703 


16 24 


39 38 


105.6 


2.98 


9-3--- 9-3 


1902.73 


|3 


3 




26go 


P888 


(T Aurigae 


16 30 


37 16 


171. 


7-91 


6.0. ..12.0 


1880.14 


P 


4 


A andB 












330.5 


27.24 


...14.2 


1898.87 


P 


2 


AandC ■ 












348.1 


4-4 


...16 


1898.96 


P 


I 


CandD 


2691 


2 ego 


DM (57°) 881 


16 30 


57 42 


9.8 


19.11 


8.5... 9.5 


1830.72 


S 


2 




2692 


2696 


23 Orionis 


16 32 


326 


28.1 


31-71 


5.0... 7.0 


1831.44 


2 


4 


Greenish wk.: wh. 


2693 


2697 


DM (15°) 805 


16 38 


15 56 


285.0 


25-96 


7.2... 8.2 


1829.83 


2 


3 


fVh.: iluisk wh. 


2694 


2 694 


DM (24°) 826 


16 38 


24 51 


4.2 


1-34 


8.2 = 8.2 


1829.51 


S 


3 


A andB 
ABandC 












338.6 


8.66 


...15.5 


1876.13 


HI 


I 


2695 


H3752 


P V". 70 


16 51 


-24 54 


no. 3 


3-33 


6 ... 9K 


1837-4 


H 




AandB) 
AandC) 












106. 1 


58.81 


... 9 


1837-4 


H 




2696 


2 700 


DM (0°) 1035 


16 54 


57 


S-3 


4-52 


8.0... 8.2 


1831.48 


S 


3 


White 


2697 


H364 


DM (22°) 890 


17 I 


22 2 


320 ± 


8± 


10 = 10 


1820+ 


H 






2698 


HU447 


DM (20°) 945 


17 9 


20 4 


210.2 


4.90 


8.5. ..13.0 


1901.98 


Hu 


3 


{Bui. L. 0. Ho. 21) 


2699 


2698 


DM (34°) 1031 


17 14 


34 45 


346.2 


31-11 


6.2... 7.7 


1831.23 


2 


4 


ye!.: bluish 


2700 


A 486 


SD (8°) H05 


17 18 


- 8 13 


69.7 


0.29 


8.5... 9-5 


1903-83 


A 


3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


2701 


Pigi 


DM (34°) 1033 


17 19 


34 27 


24.8 


3-24 


10. 1. ..10.4 


1875.94 


J 


4 




2702 


Hn73 


0. Arg. S. 3901 


17 20 


-17 23 


48.9 


2.42 


9.0. . .10.5 


1888.16 


Com 3 




2703 


S478 


III Tauri 


17 25 


17 16 


271-3 


61.76 


7 ...10 


1825.06 


S 


2 




2704 


2 699 


W V". 430 


17 26 


37 56 


342.9 


8.77 


7.3--- 8.0 


1830.87 


2 


3 


Very white 


2705 


2701 


Orionis 88 


17 33 


- 832 


146.0 


5-93 


6.7... 8.5 


1830.48 


■^ 


3 


Very wh.: ask 


2706 


Wn 2 


B. A. C. 1678 


17 43 


- 59 


169.8 


1.64 


6.5... 6.8 


1866.53 


OS 


3 




2707 


0. Stone 10 


L IOI31 


17 55 


— 10 32 


121. 1 


1. 10 


8.0... 8.0 


1877-95 


Cin 


2 




2708 


Hn74 




17 58 


— 17 18 


233 -4 


6.01 


9-5--- 9-7 


1888.30 


Com 2 




2709 


¥1.75 


.... 


18 : 


2 16 


359-6 


.... 




1783-02 


^ 


1 




2710 


2 702 


L IOI34 


18 21 


2 15 


78.6 


8.04 


8.8... 9.3 


1831.42 


2 


3 




2711 


S 479 


W V-. 389 


18 25 


I 42 


218.7 


46.63 


9 ...10 


1825.22 


S 


2 


A andB J 
AandC) 












35-3 


158.16 


... 5 


1825.22 


s 


2 


2712 


Das 


ri Orionis 


18 27 


- 2 30 


87.2 


0.98 


4 --- 5 


1849.25 


Da 


14 


AandB ) 
AandC ) 












54-8 


110.95 


. . .10 


1783-74 


Iff 


I 


2713 


2706 


DM (30°) 892 


18 37 


30 15 


36.8 


3-65 


8.2... 9.3 


1829.21 


2 


3 


JVhite 


2714 


2705 


DM (35°) iioo 


18 37 


35 17 


12.2 


18.34 


9-2... 9-5 


1829.91 


2 


3 




2715 


P556 


H0IS9 


18 39 


- 2 36 


242.2 


0.76 


7 ...12 


1878.17 


/3 


2 




2716 


H2262 




18 50 


52 9 


I73± 


i8± 


11 = 11 


1830-f 


H 






2717 


2709 


SD (7°) 1068 


18 55 


- 7 49 


318.3 


10.08 


9.1. . .10.1 


1830.90 


S 


4 




2718 


2708 


P V". 84 


18 57 


I 49 


323-1 


2.61 


8.2... 9.8 


1S31.81 


2 


3 


White 


2719 


5 VI. 68 


L IO165 


19 


- 2 57 


277.9 


120.18 




1783-76 


W 


I 




2720 


A 487 


SD(9°) I145 


19 6 


— 9 20 


95-8 


0.28 


9.2... 9.6 


1903.96 


A 


3 


(Bul.L.O. No. 50) 


2721 


Ho 226 


W V''. 507 


19 28 


27 30 


230.2 


0.50 


7 ..- 7 


1887.14 


Ho 


2 




2722 


A 7 




19 32 


34 19 


329.0 


20.87 


9.3. . .10.0 


1864.79 


A 


3 


A and B ^ 












Si-9 


28.77 


9-2. ..10.8 


1867.61 


A 


3 


CandD |- 




2 710 








283.0 


170.95 




186S.08 


A 


2 


A and C ; 


2723 


W V". 425 


19 36 


-II 25 


193-6 


10.72 


8.2... 8.3 


1831.50 


S 


3 

I 


White 


2724 


Lewis 6 


DM (34°) 1046 


19 38 


34 39 


302.5 


2.30 


8 ...11 


1899.05 


L 




2725 


H3273 




19 46 


IS 7 


97-6 


10± 


10-11... II 


1831 + 


H 






2726 




SD (2°) 1247 


20 7 


- 2 23 


31-6 


3-29 


9.0. ..lO.O 


1883.20 


/S 


I 




2727 


S483 


L 10164 


20 9 


33 41 


S9-I 


87.60 


7 ... 9 


1825. II 
1878.91 


s 


2 




2728 


P889 


W V"". 518 


5 20 10 


34 19 


223-5 


1. 11 


8.5. . .10.0 


/3 


I 


A and B 














102.6 


3.76 


...14.1 


1891.95 


P 


3 


AandC 














108.0 


12.04 


...13.8 


1891.95 


/3 


3 


AandD 


. AE = 












131-6 


18.29 


. . .10.2 


1830.75 


S 


2 


A and E 


^707 










C>4 


200.7 


27-77 


---11-5 1878.91 


P 


I 


AandF. 





Within 121° of the North Pole 



fi^ 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 1 


88a 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observcr 


Notes 


2729 


OS 107 


115 Tauri 


jhjo" 


10' 


17-51' 


304-9 


iofi5 


6.0. 


..10.8 


1849.54 


02 


3 


6.0 white 


2730 


A 318 


A. G. Berlin 1746 


20 


12 


24 38 


358.4 


2.84 


8.7. 


-.13-7 


1902.53 


A 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. sq) 


2731 


S712 


L 10195 


20 


14 


2 50 


45-4 


3.08 


7.0. 


.. 9-0 


1831.16 


s 


3 


7.0 very tuh. 


2732 


H699 




20 


21 


35 16 


225 ± 


4± 


II . 


..12 


1820+ 


H 




"Points to a cluster" 


2733 


H 2263 




20 


22 


53 21 


310.6 


4± 


II 


= II 


1830+ 


H 






2734 


H365 


114 (0) Tauri 


20 


26 


21 so 


345 ± 
i95± 
265 ± 


20 ± 
35 ± 
50 ± 


5-6. 


•-17 
..17 
••17 


1820+ 
1820+ 
1820+ 


H 
H 
H 




A and B 1 
A and C >• 
AandD ) 


2735 


Knott 3 


^' Orionis 


20 


33 


2 59 


322.0 


2.78 


S-5- 


..ii.i 


1864.13 


Kn 


4 




2736 


S713 


DM (6°) 928 


20 


45 


6 52 


28.2 


2.93 


8.7. 


..10.3 


1832.81 


2 


3 




2737 


H2265 


.... 


20 


46 


- 5 15 


249.4 


I2± 


lO-II 


...13 


1830+ 


H 






2738 


S704 


DM (69°) 327 


20 


48 


69 34 


8.5 


26.53 


7-2. 


.. 9-5 


1831.31 


2 


2 


7.2 white 


2739 


H37S9 


L 10254 


20 


48 


-19 48 


315-2 


28.70 


7 • 


.- 9 


1837-9 


H 






2740 


PSgo 


L 10175 


20 


49 


37 41 


286.6 


1. 17 


8.4. 


.. 8.8 


1880.14 


/3 


3 




2741 


P1318 


A. G. Lund 2744 


20 


57 


38 42 


248.8 


2.25 


9-3- 


..12.3 


1903.03 


/3 


4 


A and B ) 
A and C 5 














17. 1 


12.43 




.. 9.4 


1903.03 


|3 


4 


2742 


H366 




21 


2 


32 23 


20 ± 


8± 


9 • 


. .12 


1820+ 


H 






2743 


H 700 




21 


12 


10 35 


240 ± 


5± 


10 . 


..12 


1820+ 


H 




" Three large stars p " 


2744 


P319 


0. Arg. S. 3957 


21 


15 


-20 49 


231-3 


3.98 


7-5- 


..10.5 


1876.09 


HI 


3 




2745 


2 711 


DM (54°) 902 


21 


38 


54 35 


233-8 


9.00 


7-5- 


.. 9-2 


1830.71 


S 


2 


7.5 y!- 


2746 


Hu 217 


DM(35°)II37 


21 


42 


35 16 


257.1 


0.56 


7.0. 


.. 8.5 


1900.94 


Hu 


2 


(.A.j.m) 


2747 


H2264 


DM (47°) II64 


21 


43 


47 49 


129.2 


6± 


9 • 


. .12 


1830+ 


H 






2748 


S715 


DM (41°) 1205 


21 


45 


41 II 


206.0 


0.95 


8.2. 


.. 8.9 


1831.47 


2 


4 


Very wh. 


2749 


A 319 


SD(4°)II35 


21 


46 


- 4 6 


52.2 


0.46 


9-5- 


..lO.O 


1902.80 


A 


3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 29) 


2750 


S484 


DM (33°) 1064 


21 


46 


33 21 


170.0 


58.95 


8 . 


.. 8;^ 


1825.12 


S 


2 




2751 


S716 


118 Tauri 


21 


53 


25 3 


196.8 


4.89 


5.8. 


.. 6.6 


1829.63 


2 


S 


Wh.: bluish wh. 


2752 


A 488 


A. G. Camb. 2471 


21 


54 


28 49 


272.5 


1.08 


9.0. 


..14.3 


1903.87 


A 


3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


2753 


Hn75 


SD (8°) 1126 


21 


55 


- 8 49 


89.8 


6.27 


8.8. 


.. 9-6 


1888.32 


Com 3 




2754 


H2266 




21 


59 


3 52 


43-8 


4± 


12 . 


• 13 


1830+ 


H 






2755 


2 695 


0. Aig. N. 5844 


22 


10 


79 15 


155-8 


10.34 


8.3. 


.. 9.0 


1831.68 


2 


3 


AandB ) 
B and C J 














172.5 


1.95 




.. 9.7 


1831.68 


2 


3 


2756 


02 108 


L 10263 


22 


18 


18 16 


138.7 


3.59 


7.0. 


..10.5 


1849.54 


02 


3 




2757 


02 (App) 63 


W V". 592 


22 


23 


39 44 


273-7 


75-06 


6.2. 


.. 7-2 


1874.81 


A 


3 




2758 


2 719 


W V". 604 


22 


27 


29 27 


326. 5 


0.68 


7.0. 


.. 9-5 


1833-47 


2 


4 


AandB)y.o,„ry 
A and C 5 y'- 














351-5 


14.83 




.. 8.9 


1833-47 


2 


6 


2759 


See 53 


0. Arg. S. 3974 


22 


29 


—21 I 


iS-o 


0.30 


8.5. 


.. 8.5 


1897.76 


See 


I 




2760 


H2267 


W V-. 509 


22 


32 


I 33 


119. 8 


i5± 


8 . 


. .12 


1830 + 


H 




"Triple; all nearly 
in a line" 


2761 


H3274 




22 


41 


18 14 


102.5 


2± 


II 


= 11 


1831 + 


H 




"Infield withOSioS" 


2762 


H 702 




22 


41 


- 2 3 


140 ± 


20 ± 


8 . 


■ • 9 


1820+ 


H 






2763 


P891 


w v. 615 


22 


48 


18 19 


121. 6 


9.89 


7-0. 


..13-0 


1879.10 


/3 


I 


A and B ) 
A and C 5 














22.0 


52.82 




.. 7-5 


1879.63 


|3 


2 


2764 


H701 


DM (31°) 992 


22 


SO 


31 25 







9 • 


-IS 


1820-+- 


H 






2765 


H2268 


L 10314 


22 


57 


- 8 28 


298.1 


i8± 


8 . 


■ ■ 9 


1830 + 


H 






2766 


Da 6 


w yt-. 520 


22 


58 


- 3 24 


80.3 


0.82 


7.2. 


.. 7-5 


1854.10 


Da 


2 




2767 


Webb 


Schj. 1796 


23 


5 


- 4 47 


227.4 


46.70 


8.0. 


.. 9.0 


1879.14 


? 


2 




2768 


Ai 


SD (2°) 1264 


23 


5 


- 2 6 


51-3 


5-25 


8.5. 


.. 9.0 


1875.87 


A 


I 


A and B ^ 














358.6 


15-75 


8.5. 


..lO.O 


1875-87 


A 


I 


C and D >■ 














III. I 


102.50 




... 


1875-87 


A 


I 


A and C ) 


2769 


P320 


/3 Leporis 


23 


6 


—20 51 


267.7 


2.89 


3 • 


. .11.0 


1875.09 


A 


I 


A and B ) 
A and C 5 














146.3 


65.58 




..ii.S 


1898.94 


P 


2 


2770 


2718 


Aurigae 96 


23 


7 


49 18 


74-2 


7-78 


7.2. 


.. 7.2 


1829.90 


2 


3 


Very wh. 


2771 


P5S7 


L 10311 


23 


16 


3 3 


142.4 


0.46 


9-5. 


.- 9-5 


1878.16 


(3 


2 


B and C J ^Q_ 
A and BC 5 ^ 721 














150.9 


24.21 


7.0. 


.. 9-0 


1830.18 


2 


2 


2772 


2 ^\^rej. 


DM (52°) 967 


23 


25 


52 3 


293-8 


25 ± 


9 . 


. .12 


1830 + 


H 




From H (V) (See p. 
BandD^ '°'=' 


2773 


P1239 


DM (34°) 1074 


S 23 


28 


34 II 


324-6 


2.31 


9,9. 


..15.2 


1891.77 


/3 


2 














220 ± 


7± 


II . 


..12 


1820+ 


H 




A and B j- 














280 ± 


7± 




..14 


1820+ 


H 




A and C ) 



65 



5^ 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Numbe 



2774 
277s 
2776 
2777 
2778 
2779 
2780 
2781 
2782 
2783 
2784 

2785 
2786 
2787 
2788 
2789 
2790 
2791 
2792 

2793 
2794 
2795 
2796 

2797 
2798 
2799 
2800 
2801 
2802 
2803 
2804 
2805 
2806 
2807 
2808 



2809 
2810 
281 1 
2812 
2813 
2814 
2815 
2816 
2817 
2818 
2819 
2820 
2S2I 

2822 
2823 
2824 



Double Stat 



5V. loi 

2725 
S724 
H703 

Hd69 
S 726 
2 728 
S714 

H704 
2 729 

H 2270 

Hd 70 
S723 
2 727 
2 732 rej. 
2730 
2731 

Ho 335 
2 720 

Sh6i 

H3765 
Hd 71 
P558 

Hd 72 

H 2269 

H 2271 

A. G. 95 

H 2272 

En 
2733 
P 1048 

A. G. 96 

H.C. Wilson: 
2735 
P1049 



Espin 63 
A. G. 97 
A. G. 98 

P 1267 
H3766 
See 54 
Tucker 

02 109 

02 1 10 rej, 
5V. 118 
Bond 

2 737 

2738 

H3770 

P13 
Hn76 



Star Catalogue 



SD (7°) 1092 

31 Orionis 
WV^. 530 
WV''. 631 
SD (22°) 1 125 

Orionis 116 

32 Orionis 

DM (73°) 294 

33 Orionis 

SD (4°) 1152 

DM (51°) 1087 
DM (44°) 1232 
L 10389 
B. A. C. 1728 
WV''. 590 

DM (63°) 593 
DM (2°) 986 
SD (19°) 1 198 

5 Orionis 



SD (7°) II07 
A. G. Lund 2800 

WV". 617 
DM (15°) 852 
L 10437 
A. G. Alb. 1796 

SD(6°) 1217 
W V". 631 



DM (41°) 1227 
A. G. Leiden 21 51 
A. G. Limd 2810 
L 10423 

a Leporis 

Cord. 6. C. 6437 
DM (13°) 922 
Ead». 1502 

38 Orionis 
DM(-i°)949 

DM(34'')ii07 
\ Orionis 

0. Arg. S. 4067 
W" V". 676 
SD (14°) 1171 



R, A. i8i 



5''23°'37= 
23 37 
23 38 
23 47 

23 57 

24 14 
24 22 
24 51 
24 52 
24 57 

24 59 

25 : 



Decl. 1880 



25 3 

25 4 

25 8 

25 17 

25 18 

25 18 

25 21 

25 25 

25 35 

25 38: 

25 52 

26 : 
26 9 
26 II 
26 18 
26 24 
26 28 
26 34 
26 37 

26 49 

27 : 
27 2 

27 3 



27 


15 


27 


19 


27 


21 


27 


22 


27 


24 


27 


28 


27 


43 


27 


52 


27 


58 


27 


58 


28 


16 


28 


26 


28 


32 


28 


33 


28 


36 


5 28 


36 



- 7 21 

- I II 
10 56 

31 25 

-22 43 
10 10 

5 51 
73 56 
28 13 

3 12 

- 4 21 
23 55: 
51 50 
44 42 

- 6 17 
16 58 

- 2 II 
26 41 
63 26 

2 44 
-19 31 
-22 41: 

- o 23 

-23 22: 
56 37 

- 7 54 
35 44 

- 5 I 

- 6 29 

15 57 

- I 41 
2 23 

- I 50: 

- 6 35 

- I 48 



41 13 

33 53 
37 56 
30 51 

-17 55 

-27 45 

13 55 

71 34 

3 41 

- I 7 

- 4 56 

34 3 
9 51 

-24 25 

- 4 34 
-14 27 



Position 
Angle 



I05?± 
87.5 
241.5 
270 ± 
nf 
261.0 
203.7 
325-1 
100 ± 

25.6 
340.2 

250± 

104.7 
56.7 

141. 8 

331-6 

115. 7 

166.1 

353-1 

349-4 

nf 

226.9 

359-2 

o± 

215.9 

255-5 

15-9 

45-4 

251-4 

38.0 

358.2 

234-1 
152.7 

355-2 
296.1 
356.4 
243-1 
169.9 
265.4 

217.9 
154.8 
269.6 
50.2 
128.5 

256.9 

305-0 

40.3 
182.6 

10. 
128.8 
252.2 
219.6 



Distance 



44-25 
12.74 
6.86 
io± 
io± 
1. 21 
1.04 
9-72 
8± 
1.87 
40 ± 

4± 

4.21 

2.18 

CI. IV 
9.81 
4.61 
2.80 
6.10 

68.91 

i5± 
io± 

33-27 
52-74 
20 ± 

25 ± 

i5± 

24-93 

S± 

44-58 

12.09 

2.20 

4.69 

2-75 

30.92 

0.76 

1.78 

29.29 

7-9 
2.03 

0.84 
25 ± 
14.10 

4.86 
11.06 



10.66 

4.24 

28.13 

I2± 
1.38 
1.80 
2.76 



Magnitudes 



5.8. 
8.7. 
9 . 
8>^.. 
8.0. . 
5.2.. 
8.2., 
10 . . 
6.0. . 

8 .. 
8.9.. 
8.4.. 
8.0. . 
7-8.. 
6.5.. 
8.5.. 

9 •• 
8.2.. 

8 .. 
10 . . 

9 -- 
2.0. . 

8.7-- 
9 ■- 
9-10= 
9-0.. 
10 .. 
8.3-- 
8.7.. 
6.2.. 
9.0.. 
7.0.. 
8.5.. 
8.7.. 
7.0.. 

8.0. . 
8.6.. 

8.5-. 
1%-. 
7-3-- 
8.5.. 
7-7-- 

6 .. 

II. 2.. 
8.2.. 
4-0.. 

7 • 
8.0. 
9.6. 



. .11.0 
. .10.0 

-13 
. .12 
,. 8.5 
,. 6.7 

• 9-7 
, .11 

- 7-3 
.11 
.11 
.10.5 

- 9-5 
.10 

. 7-0 
. 9.0 
.10.5 

• 9-3 

- 9 
.10 

-15 

•13-5 

. 6.8 

.10 

.10 

=9-10 

- 9-3 
.11 

. 9.0 

- 9-5 
.10.7 
.10.5 
. 9.0 
. 9.0 

- 9-7 
. 8.6 
. 8.6 
.11.0 
. 9.0 

. 8.5 
.12 
.12.3 
.10.2 
. 9.0 



. 8.5 
. 6.0 
.11 

-13 
-10. o 

. 12.0 
. 9.8 



Epoch 



1783.02 

1829.41 

1829.83 

1820 + 

1870.15 

1831-83 

1830.96 

1831.31 

1820 + 

1831.22 

1830-f 

1881.06 

1830.00 

1830.89 

1831.42 

1831.53 
1891.10 
1831.61 
1822.97 

1835-9 

1870.15 

1878.46 

1835-75 

1881.06 

1830 + 

1830 + 

1902.75 

1830 + 

1863.10 

1828.67 

1889.13 

1903-10 

1884.83 

1831.15 

1888.91 

1832.93 

1832.48 

1901. 

1902.63 

1892.13 

1835-9 
1897.83 
1901.12 
1847.90 

1783.23 

1829.24 

1830.81 

1856.16 

1835.0 

1876.08 

1888.91 

1888.55 



Observer 



lit 

S 

S 

H 

Hd 

S 

S 

s 

H 

s 

H 
Hd 

S 

s 
s 
s 



4 
3 

4 
4 

Ho 2 

2 3 

Sh I 

H 

Hd 

/3 4 

2 5 

Hd 

H 

H 

^ 2 

H 

En 

S 

M 
W 

s 

2 
S 
Es 
/3 2 

/3 ; 

H 

See I 

A 2 

OS 3 
OS 

]Jt I 

S 2 

2 5 
Se I 
H 

A 2 
Com 2 
Com 2 



Notes 



5.8 very golden 



White 

YeFsh 

8.2 white 

"Points a little jof a 
3d star" 
White 



"Suspected" 
i.o yel. 

Very wh. 
White 

8 . 2 yel 'sh 

8.8ni. in SD 



A and B 
AandC 



f A green. 
f ish -wh. 



White 



66 




7.3 ■white 



White 
A and B 
A andC 



A andB 
AandC 



\Ye 



Ytl'sh: 
rple 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



SJ* 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A.I 


880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


2825 


OS III 


L 10492 


5" 28'»36» 


IO°IO' 


351-8 


3 '00 


6.0. ..10.2 


1857.12 


OS 


4 


6.oyel'sk wk. 


2826 


S736 


DM (41°) 123I 


28 


36 


41 45 


342.4 


2.02 


7.2.. 


8.5 


1830.89 


2 


3 


White: bluish 


2827 


A 489 


SD(8°) I171 


28 


42 


- 8 44 


75.8 


2.88 


8.0. . 


II. 


1903.98 


A 


3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


2828 


S743 


SD (4°) I172 


28 


47 


- 4 28 


277.8 


1.82 


6.9.. 


8.0 


1830.70 


S 


4 


Very ivh. 


2829 


S741 


L 10512 


28 


48 


— 12 


286.2 


10. i6 


7.5.. 


10.5 


1831.67 


2 


2 


7.5 very wh. 


2830 


S745 


SD (6°) 1231 


28 


57 


- 6 5 


346.5 


28.58 


8.5.. 


8.7 


1831.15 


S 


2 




2831 


Hu557 


DM (50°) 1204 


28 


57 


51 I 


286.2 


0.26 


8.5.. 


9.0 


1902.71 


Hu 


2 


iBul. L. 0. No. 27) 


2832 


S744 


DM (7°) 939 


29 


2 


7 " 


266.5 


12.41 


8.0. . 


10.7 


1829.57 


2 


2 




2833 


S747 


Ononis 133 


29 


10 


- 6 5 


223.1 


35.82 


5.6.. 


6.5 


1833.59 


2 


8 


Yersh: ashy 


2834 


S740 


DM (21°) 901 


29 


13 


21 7 


118. 8 


21.76 


8.2.. 


9.0 


1830.20 


2 


2 


i.^yel. 


283s 


S742 


Tauri 380 


29 


14 


21 55 


251. 1 


3.32 


7.2.. 


7.8 


1837.10 


2 


2 


Yersh: wh. 


2836 


S 746 rej. 


SD(4°) 1 182 


29 


23 


- 4 46 




CI. Ill 


8-9.. 


8-9 




2 




From Cal. Nov. 


2837 


S748 


fl» Orionis 


29 


23 


- 528 


31.6 


8.71 


A=:7.0 


1836. IS 


2 


3 


AandB 














131-5 


13.00 


B=8.o 


1836.15 


2 


3 


AandC 














95-4 


21.41 


C=4.7 


1836.15 


2 


3 


AandD 














162. 1 


16.85 


D=6.3 


1836.15 


2 


3 


BandC 














299.4 


19.23 


E=ii.3 


1836. IS 


2 


3 


D andB 














240.3 


13.34 


F=io.8 


1836. IS 


2 


3 


DandC 














353-6 


3.86 




1832.53 


2 


7 


A andE 














128.8 


3-73 


.... 


1858.78 


02 


9 


CandF 














33-9 


7.40 


G=:l6.0 


1888.98 


iS 


4 


CandG 














270-5 


7-03 





1888.98 


^ 


4 


DandG 














178.4 


7-94 


H = i6.o 


1889.00 


P 


2 


AandH 














275.6 


8.62 


H-=i6.5 


1889.02 


/3 


3 


CandH 














274.0 


1.32 




1889.07 


P 


I 


Hand Hi 


2838 


H1157 




29 


25 


- 5 25 


310.0 


4± 


.... 


1828+ 


H 






2839 


S 16, App. I 


ff' Orionis 


29 


29 


- 5 30 


92.0 


52.78 


4.8... 6.1 


1836.00 


2 


6 


Yel'sh: ashy 


2840 


S 17, App. I 


6' and ff' Orionis 








313-8 


135-15 




1836.22 


2 


5 




2841 


Da 4 


42 Orionis 


29 


30 


- 4 55 


220.1 


2.00 


5 ... 9 


1848.06 


Da 


2 




2842 


S750 


SD(4°) 1186 


29 


34 


- 4 27 


59-2 


4.29 


6.0... 8.0 


I83I.2I 


2 


3 


ivh.: ash 


2843 


S75a 


( Orionis 


29 


34 


- 5 59 


142.2 


11.32 


3.2... 7.3 


1831.86 


2 


3 


YePsh wh. : bluish 


2844 


S490 


SD (5°) 1326 


29 


38 


- 5 30 


214. 1 


77.68 


9 ...12 


1825.21 


S 


2 




2845 


S749 


W V". 842 


29 


39 


26 51 


23-4 


0.67 


7.1... 7.2 


1829.48 


2 


4 


Very wh. 


2846 


H3276 




29 


41 


16 59 


64.0 


20± 


10-11 = 10-11 


1831+ 


H 






2847 


S751 


DM(-I°)96S 


29 


42 


- 1 4 


123.8 


15.54 


8.0... 8.7 


I83I.IS 


2 


2 


White 


2848 


H2273 


DM (57°) 901 


29 


43 


57 4 


230.5 


I5± 


8-9... 12 


1830+ 


H 






2849 


Hn — 


45 Orionis 


29 


44 


- 4 56 


168.7 


18.91 


6K...I5 


1877.10 


Hn 


I 




2850 


Da 3 


L 10567 


30 


I 


- 5 42 


183 -7 


1.59 


rA--- 9 


1849.36 


Da 


I 




2851 


Bond 


.... 


30 


13 


- 6 55 




3± 


9.7. . .10.2 




.. 






2852 


A 320 


SD (2°) 1312 


30 


32 


— 2 2 


177.7 


0.90 


9 


5.. .10.0 


1902.80 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 29) 


2853 


Weisse 9 


W V". 735 


30 


39 


-13 54 


151.7 


44.26 


8 


5... 9.8 


1901.99 


/» 


2 




2854 


S754 


Orionis 158 


30 


44 


- 6 8 


287.6 


S17 


6 


5... 9.7 


1830.09 


2 


3 


White: blue 


2855 


A 490 


A. G. Camb. 2559 


30 


47 


26 51 


28.1 


0.26 


9 


2. .. 9.6 


1903.86 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. so) 


2856 


P 1050 


Bond 974 


30 


55 


- 5 33 


283.6 


0.67 


10 


5.. .11.7 


1889.03 


P 


3 




2857 


Pl240 


26 Aurigite 


30 


56 


30 25 


344-4 


o.is 


5 


6... 6.0 


1892.00 


(3 


4 


A and B \ 














268.0 


12.34 


5 


8... 8.0 


1828.61 


2 


3 


ABandC (AC = ) 














II3-2 


31.47 


...II. 5 


1877.87 


/3 


I 


AB and D ) 


2858 


S739 




31 


19 


66 29 


245.8 


2.14 


8.3... 9.3 


1831.60 


2 


3 




2859 


Ha7S 


DM (-1°) 981 


31 


20 


- I 7 


200 ± 


40 ± 




1869.08 


Hd 






2860 


HdZ 


.... 


31 


20 


- 57 


39-7 


i8± 




1879.82 


Cin 


I 




2861 


S 756 rej. 


DM (2°) 1020 


31 


23 


2 15 




CI. IV 


8-9... 9-10 




2 




From Cat. Nov. 


2862 


OSsiS 


DM (7°) 952 


31 


27 


7 II 




1-5 


8-9... 9 




02 




A and B J 
A and C 














.... 


25. 


...II 




02 




2863 


P89 


L 10608 


31 


29 


- I 30 


344-2 


0.55 


7.9... 8.5 


1875.68 


A 


3 




2864 




SD (13°) "95 


5 31 


33 


-13 45 


186.9 


25.00 


8.7... 


1902.14 


P 


I 


A and B ) 
B and C ) 














125.9 


3.18 


II ...12 


1902.14 


^ 


I 



57 



b^ 







Burnham: Ge 


neral Catalogue of Double Stars 










Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angfle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


2865 


Hu37 


SD (12°) 1215 


5'' 3 1™ 40' 


-12-26' 


I0?4 


0-75 


9-0.. .11.3 


1900.10 


Hu 


2 


M./.480) 


2866 


02 112 


L 10569 


31 41 


37 53 


85.2 


0.64 


7.3-.- 8.0 


1848.56 


OS 


3 




2867 


02 (App) 65 


L I06IZ 


31 42 


54 


31-3 


80.11 


7.2... 7.7 


1875-32 


J 


3 




2868 


HUS24 


DM (35°) 1 196 


31 46 


35 35 


159-5 


2.80 


7.5---I3-0 


1902.77 


Hu 


I 


(See p. 1066) 


2869 


2 759 


DM (17°) 969 


31 47 


17 41 


323-7 


29.71 


8.5... 9.1 


1830.86 


S 


4 


IVAiie 


2870 


Pritcliett 




31 48: 


2: 


131-2 


6.54 


.... 


1881.15 


Pt 


I 


B and C ) 
BC and A ) 












127.7 





.... 


1881.15 


Pt 


I 


2871 


2755 


W V". 930 


31 52 


23 13 


315.7 


5-97 


8.3... 9.0 


1830.55 


s 


3 


8.3 wA. 


2872 


A 491 


SD (6°) 1264 


31 57 


- 6 47 


48-4 


0-33 


9-3--- 9-5 


1903.83 


A 


4 


(Bui. L. 0. No. so) 


2873 


2757 


W V". 747 


31 58 


- 15 


239-8 


1.68 


8.0... 8.2 


183I.16 


S 


3 


A and B " 






S758 




.... 




297-7 


11.06 


8.5... 9-0 


1831.67 


s 


4 


C andD 


Very 












86.5 


50.86 




1831.16 


s 


3 


Aand C 


wh. 












261.9 


138.32 


8 ...10 


1825.00 


s 


2 


A and E 




2874 


Hu82S 


DM(3S°)II97 


32 


35 56 


343-1 


0.27 


8.0... 8.2 


1902.77 


Hu 


I 


(See p. 1066) 


2875 


P 1051 


Bond 1096 


32 1 


- 4 57 


24.7 


0.75 


10. I. . .10.7 


1889.09 


/S 


3 




2876 


H3776 


0. Arg. S. 4130 


32 5 


-27 31 


162.3 


30 ± 


9^---lo 


1837-1 


H 






2877 


Hd76 


DM (-1°) 985 


32 5 


- I 49 


350 ± 


5± 


9 -- 


1869.08 


Hd 




"Doubtful" 


2878 


H705 


.... 


32 II 


27 6 


280 ± 


9± 


10 ...II 


1820 + 


H 




A and B ) 
B and C 5 












340 ± 


I0± 


...17 


1820 + 


H 




2879 


2 703 rej. 


DM (85°) 82 


32 20: 


85 36 





CI. IV 


8-9... II 




S 




From Cat. Nov. 


2880 


H3277 


DM (17°) 972 


32 23 


17 41 


73-5 


20 ± 


9-10... 14 


183I + 


H 






2881 


2761 


SD (2°) 1323 


32 33 


- 2 38 


201.6 


68.07 


7.9-.- 8.2 


1830.91 


S 


4 


AandB ) 
B and C 5 












267.8 


8.35 


... 8.7 


1830.91 


2 


4 


2882 


2763 


DM (10°) 838 


32 40 


10 12 


320.1 


5.84 


8.2... 8.8 


1830.17 


S 


3 


YeVsk: yeVsh wk. 


2883 


P1032 


<r Orionis 


32 43 


— 2 40 


357-0 


0.26 


4.0. . . 6.0 


1888.81 


/3 


4 


A and B 


A wh.: 
DE ask 












236.5 


11.00 


...10.3 


1831.42 


S 


4 


AB and C 














84-5 


12.86 


... 7.5 


1831.20 


2 


3 


ABandD 


(ACD= 
276=) 












60.9 


41.64 


... 6.3 


1869.97 


A 


4 


AB and E 














230.8 


30-03 


... 7.0 


1831.20 


S 


3 


EandD 




2884 


A. G. 99 


DM (22°) 978 


32 48 


22 28 


142.2 


7.60 


9.3--. 9-8 


1901.63 


Ku 


2 




2885 


02 113 


L 10655 


33 9 


12 57 


27.8 


10.15 


7.0. . .10.7 


1847.53 


OS 


3 


7.0 white 


2886 


2766 


W V". loil 


33 26 


15 17 


276.1 


9.55 


6.8... 8.0 


1829.88 


S 


4 


Wh.: bluish 


2887 


2764 


W V". 1003 


33 42 


29 26 


138 


25.85 


6.3... 6.8 


1831.25 


s 


3 


Very wh. 


2888 


H2274 





33 53 


55 44 


319.0 


2± 


II ...15 


1830.-1- 


H 




"A third near" 


2889 


P321 


Leporis 45 


33 59 


-17 55 


144.5 


0.68 


6.8... 8.3 


1877-33 


A 


3 


AandB 














357-5 


1.26 


9.3--. 9-7 


1877-34 


A 


3 


CandD 














136-0 


89.46 


-.. 9-0 


1876.59 


A 


2 


AB and C 














6.2 


76.20 


... 8.0 


1876.59 


A 


2 


AB and £ 


- 












298. 5 


126.46 


... 8.5 


1876.59 


A 


2 


AB and F 














48.7 


60.3 


...10 


1878.17 


P 


I 


AB and G 














310.4 


41.79 


...13 


1878.17 


P 


I 


AB and H 




2890 


H2275 


.... 


34 2 


1 53 


322.4 


20 ± 


10-11..11-12 


1830 + 


H 






2891 


Weisse 10 


w v"". 1005 


34 3 


40 49 


17-9 


20.98 


9.0. . . 9.0 


1901.78 


/3 


2 




2892 


H369 


— 


34 17 


32 40 


2I0± 


4± 


II ...12 


1820 + 


H 






2893 


A 492 


A. G. Camb. 2604 


34 18 


26 58 


98.8 


2.64 


8.8. ..13.5 


1903.48 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No so) 


2894 


H706 




34 20 


32 59 


290 ± 


4± 


13 ...14 


1820 + 


H 






2895 


H370 




34 22 


32 43 


265 ± 


3± 


II ...12 


1820 + 


H 






2896 


P 1007 


126 Tauri 


34 22 


16 28 


266.2 


0.27 


6.0... 6.2 


1881.26 


;3 


2 




2897 


Hd77 





34 25: 


-20 30: 


300 ± 


I2± 


9 ...11 


1869.08 


Hd 






2898 


2 770 


DM (19°) 1019 


34 30 


19 9 


341 -I 


1.28 


8.5. ..10.2 


1830.52 


s 


3 


8.5 yeVsh 


2899 


Hd78 


I- 10748 


34 35 


—20 30 


122.6 


11.79 


VA--. S'A 


1870.06 


Hd 


I 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 












83.2 


33-58 


. . .12 


1870.06 


Hd 


I 


2900 


P322 


0. Aig. S. 4178 


34 40 


-25 13 


104.2 


2.23 


8.0... 9.5 


1877. II 


Cin 


I 




2901 


2771 


DM (19°) 1026 


34 42 


19 29 


234.6 


26.34 


9.0... 9.2 


1829.12 


S 


3 




2902 


2774 


{■ Orionis 


5 34 42 


— 2 


151. 3 


2-55 


2.0... 5.7 


1836.22 


S 


5 


AandB) Yel.: 

\ reddish 
A and C ) olive 












7.0 


60 ± 


...(10) 


1781.77 


m 


I 



68 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



5" 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A.I 


iSo 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


2903 
2904 


OS 114 

S 768 rej. 


L 10720 
W V-. 1041 


5''34" 
34 


46' 
48 


l6°I0' 
41 4 


275-4 


2-94 
CI. IV 


7-3- 
7 • 


. 9-5 
. 9-10 


1847.09 


02 

2 


3 


8.2 wAite 
From Cat. Nov. 


2905 
2906 


P14 

S772 


L 10696 

DM (21°) 937 


34 
34 


48 
54 


29 47 
21 31 


194.7 
243.2 


5-71 
29.85 


7-4- 
8.0. 


.10.5 
. 9.0 


1875.43 
1829.87 


A 
2 


4 
3 


White 


2907 


S773 


DM (33°) 1126 


34 


55 


33 19 


218.8 


26.86 


8.5. 


.10.0 


1831.09 


2 


3 


8.5 wh. 


2908 


Ho 509 


L 10703 


35 


4 


33 15 


205.4 


11.50 


7 . 


.12 


1897.07 


Ho 


3 




2909 


H707 


.... 


35 


20 


26 50 


200 ± 


I0± 


10 . 


.12 


1820 + 


H 






2910 


A 493 


SD (7°) nso 


35 


29 


- 7 32 


120.0 


2.87 


9.0. 


.10.5 


1903.79 


A 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


291 1 


A lie 


A. G. Leip. 1760 


35 


37 


12 55 


295.1 


1. 17 


8.5. 


.12.0 


1901.25 


A 


3 




2912 


Kr 27 


A. 6. Hels. 4160 


35 


38 


56 45 


326.2 


2.30 


8.6. 


.10.0 


1890.77 


P 


1 




2913 


P1052 


L 10776 


3S 


39 


- 2 57 


189. 1 


0.66 


7-2- 


. 8.2 


1889.14 


/3 


3 




2914 


S776 


DM (25°) 934 


35 


39 


25 18 


104.7 


2.07 


8.2.. 


. 9.2 


1830.89 


2 


3 




2915 


S769 


DM (53°) 941 


35 


45 


S3 16 


I73-I 


3-90 


8.0. 


.10.2 


1830.54 


2 


3 




2916 


H378S 


SD (14°) 1207 


35 


48 


— 14 20 


120.9 


20 ± 


10 . 


.10 


1836.9 


H 






2917 


S775 


DM (40°) 1397 


36 





40 21 


66.8 


22.52 


8.0. 


■ 9-5 


1830.26 


2 


3 


8.0 very wh. 


2918 


Ha 105 


DM (21°) 945 


36 


I 


21 21 


191-3 


1.46 


9.0. 


.10.8 


1900.25 


Hu 


2 


(.4.7.485) 


2919 


3777 


DM (22°) 1007 


36 


7 


22 9 


85.4 


4-55 


8.7. 


. 8.8 


1830.76 


2 


3 


While 


2920 
2921 
2922 
2923 


2778 
H3788 
Espin 64 

2782 


DM (30°) 992 
I/ac. 1946 
DM (41°) 1264 
W V". 908 


36 
36 
36 
36 


21 
29 
36 
47 


30 53 
—26 25 

41 47 
— 2 


185.8 

iSi-3 
70.4 

309-4 


3-22 

25 ± 

2-5 

36-16 


7-7. 
VA- 
9.2. 
7.8. 


. 9-0 
• 9 
.10.2 
. 8.3 


1828.61 
1835.0 
19OI. 
1831.16 


2 
H 
Es 

2 


3 
3 


7.7 yeVsh wh. 

CinS i54?i 

(i878.o6)in 
(A.N.yit^) 

White 


2924 


S779 


DM (27°) 849 


36 


48 


27 41 


251.9 


8.26 


8.0. 


.10.0 


1831.25 


2 


2 


Wh.: blue 


2925 


A 117 


A. G. Leip. 1769 


36 


51 


12 56 


255 -7 


0.45 


8.5. 


. 8.7 


1901.25 


A 


3 




2926 
2927 
2928 


S3115 
S783 
A 494 


L 10722 

DM (28°) 868 

SD (6°) 1293 


36 
37 
37 


57 

4 


62 46 

28 58 

- 6 51 


35-6 
358.8 
121. 4 


1.68 
9.81 
0.14 


6.7. 

8.0. 
6.9. 


. 7-8 
- 9.7 
. 7.8 


1831.63 
1831.25 
1903.80 


2 
2 
A 


3 
2 

4 


Wh.: ashy wh. 
Very wh.: 

reddish purple 

AandB ^ ^gul. 














199.0 


1.03 


10. 0. 


-13-5 


1903.99 


A 


2 


C»"dD ^No^- 














231.8 


99.00 




.. 


1903.98 


A 


1 


ABandC J So) 


2929 


P752 


DM (47°) "93 


37 


19 


47 51 






7.5. 




1879. 


P 






2930 
2931 


Ho 510 
A 118 


DM (33°) 1140 
A. 6. Leip. 1773 


37 
37 


20 
24 


33 40 
13 16 


243-9 
358.2 


1. 12 
2.35 


9.0. 
9.5- 


. 9-2 
. 9-6 


1897.08 
1901.23 


Ho 
A 


3 
3 


M. N. 3557) 

(See p. 1066) 


2932 


S781 


DM (32°) 1078 


37 


26 


32 20 


121. 5 


14.94 


8.7. 


.10.2 


1830.76 


2 


2 




2933 
2934 
2935 
2936 


A 496 
S 760 rej. 

A 495 
02 IIS 


A. G. Camb. 2660 
0. Arg. N. 6128 
SD(7°) I156 
L 10823 


37 
37 
37 

37 


28 

35 
40 
40 


26 17 

76 50 

- 7 57 

15 1 


II. 2 

49-3 
123. 1 


0.24 

CI. IV 

0.50 

0.76 


7.4. 
8 . 
8.3. 
7.1. 


. 8.0 
.11 
. 9.4 
- 7-9 


1903.94 

1903.84 
1847.82 


A 
2 
A 
02 


3 

4 
4 


From Cat. Nov. 
(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


2937 
2938 


HU38 
H 2277 


DM (22°) 1017 


37 
37 


42 
48 


22 51 
2 46 


145 -5 
200.5 


0.51 

8± 


8.6. 
10 . 


. 8.8 
.11 


1900.01 
1830 + 


Hu 
H 


3 


(X./.480) 
"A neat star^' 


2939 
2940 


H708 
2 788 


DM (33°) II44 

W v". 950 


37 
38 


57 
24 


33 40 
3 47 


260 ± 

88.4 

147.1 


3-4 

7.18 

36.07 


10 . 
7-5. 


.12 
- 9-2 
. 9.9 


1820 + 

1831.92 

1831.92 


H 

2 
2 


4 
4 


AandB 
AandCr'"'- 


2941 


2785 


L 10838 


38 


29 


25 52 


348.6 
66.4 


13-81 
18.34 


6.7. 


- 7-7 
.12.2 


1830.74 
1846.04 


2 
OS 


4 

2 


A and B ) wh.: 

„ f iluish 
A and C ) wh. 


2942 
2943 
2944 
2945 
2946 


H- 

2 789 rej. 

A 497 
2787 
2 786 


DM (17°) 994 
■W V". 955 
SD (7°) 1162 
DM (21°) 978 
DM (20°) 1085 


38 
38 
38 
38 
38 


40 
42 
46 
50 
52 


17 33 

3 57 

- 7 48 

21 16 

20 12 


280.9 
154.6 
181. 
78.5 
335-8 


24.91 

i8± 
2.20 
1.38 
5-99 


9 - 

7-8. 
8.0. 
8.1. 
7-7- 


. 9-10 
.11 
.10.0 
. 8.5 
.10.7 


1831.08 
1830 + 
1903.81 
1832.92 
1832.48 


H 
H 

A 

2 
2 


I 

2 
4 
3 


From H (V) 
(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 
Very wh. 
7.7 yei. 


2947 


2780 


0. Arg. N. 6179 


38 


57 


65 43 


103-5 
154-8 


3-75 
10.93 


6.7. 


. 7.9 
.10.2 


1831.79 
1831.62 


2 
2 


4 
3 


^'^^'^^Xt.TyeL: 
AandC) 7-9'*''" 


2948 
2949 
2950 

2951 
2952 

2953 


S498 
H3791 
0. Stone II 
H709 
Ho 336 
Hn77 


7 Leporis 

0. Arg. S. 4263 
SD (21°) 1250 

L 10949 
Lam. 35 


39 
39 
39 
39 
39 
5 39 


27 
31 
33 
41 
41 
45 


—22 29 
-20 45 
-21 5 
28 56 
-21 43 
-15 13 


349-4 
54-8 
144.4 
130 ± 
237.7 
293-4 


93.84 

8± 

12 ± 

2± 

19-49 

1.86 


5 - 
8 . 
9.0. 
17 . 
7 . 
9-7- 


. 8 

- 'iY^ 

■ 9-5 

.18 
. .12 
. .10.2 


1825.04 

1835.9 

1876.05 

1820+ 

1890.10 

1888.39 


S 2 
H 

Ciu 1 
H 

Ho I 
Com 2 


From Cin3 



69 



5^ 



1 




Burnham: Gt 


zneral Cc 


italogue of 1 


Doubi 


V Stc 


WS 






Numbei 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. i88o 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Mag 


nl hides 


Epoch 


Observei 


Notes 


2954 


49 


DM (24°) 956 


S*" 39"" 53" 


24°36' 


272?S 


if6o 


9.7- 


..10.3 


1876.4s 


^ 3 




2955 


Ho 19 


L I087I 


39 SS 


35 7 


342.2 


7.02 


6.5. 


..12.5 


1886.20 


Ho 2 




2956 


Hu39 


DM (21°) 984 


39 57 


21 50 


43-2 


0.30 


8.4. 


.. 8.5 


1900.06 


Hu 3 


{A. J. 480) 


2957 


2790 


Ononis 187 


40 6 


- 4 19 


89.1 


6.82 


7.0. 


.. 9.3 


1830.84 


S 3 


Reddish ye!.: Hut 


2958 


H 2279 




40 16 


54 48 


20.5 


i5± 


10 . 


..10 


1830 + 


H 




2959 


5 IV. 125 


29 Camelopardali 


40 19 


56 53 


137-6 


22.43 






1783.50 


tfl I 




2960 


OS 117 


L 10898 


40 28 


30 29 


29-3 


11.92 


7-0. 


.. 9-7 


1847.42 


OS 3 


i.iyel. 


2961 


P91 


L 10913 


40 29 


20 54 


82.0 


1-57 


7.5. 


. .10.0 


1875-34 


^ 3 




2962 




DM (17°) lOOS 


40 32 


17 34 


170.8 


15.50 


9.0. 


.. 9.2 


1903-85 


^ 2 




2963 


OS (App) 66 


P V". 214 


40 33 


24 39 


165.7 


94.21 


6.5. 


.. 7.0 


1874.60 


^ 3 




2964 


P559 


DM (0°) I177 


40 36 


2 


85.3 


1-74 


9.0. 


..II. 5 


1878.12 


/3 4 


A and B i 
A and C ) 












201.8 


50-72 




. 9.0 


1879-13 


? 4 


2965 


P89a 


DM (17°) 1006 


40 40 


17 41 


272.8 


1. 19 


8.8. 


.13-0 


1879.09 


/3 2 




2966 


H2276 




40 47 


72 55 


216.9 


I3± 


12 . 


-13 


1830 + 


H 




2967 


2792 


SD(3°)II92 


40 47 


- 3 18 


133-9 


24.94 


8.2. 


- 8.7 


1831.16 


S 


YePsh 


2968 


P192 


T Aurigae 


40 52 


39 8 


350.0 


38.93 


S • 


.12.0 


1877.82 


|8 I 


AandB ) 
A and C ) 












32-9 


47-85 


. 


.12.0 


1877.82 


/3 1 


2969 


H3279 


133 Tauri 


40 54 


13 51 


295-1 


i6± 


6 . 


.16 


1831 + 


H 


A and B J 
A and C ) 












.... 






• 15 


1831 + 


H 


2970 


P92 


W Vi". 1309 


40 57 


21 4 


170.2 


8.87 


9.3- 


.11.0 


1875-45 


J 2 




2971 


H372 




41 6 


23 39 


205 ± 


I2± 


10 . 


.11 


1820 4- 


H 




2972 


OS 118 


P V''. 222 


41 13 


20 50 


318.7 


0.56 


6.2. 


. 7-7 


1854.23 


OS 4 


AandB ) ab 
AB and C ) '^'"'^ 












160.6 


75-52 




. 7-2 


1847.89 


OS 3 


2973 




DM (12°) 901 


41 15 


12 I 


339-2 


9-45 


8.1. 


-13 


1901.13 


/3 3 




2974 


P561 


L 10969 


41 18 


12 22 


4.0 


19.70 


7 ■ 


-13 


1878.09 


n I 




2975 


OS 119 


L 10974 


41 24 


7 55 


303-9 


0.64 


7-5- 


. 8.3 


1848.56 


OS 3 




2976 


2795 


52 Ononis 


41 33 


62s 


200.1 


I-7S 


6.2. 


. 6.2 


1831.23 


S 3 


YeVsh: pale yePsh 


2977 


P560 


L 10958 


41 37 


29 41 


208.2 


0.94 


8.0. . 


. 8.0 


1877.88 


/3 I 




2978 


S79I 


DM (39°) I421 


41 42 


39 32 


90.2 


4.86 


8.7.. 


• 9-3 


1830.23 


S 3 


White 


2979 


P93 


W= V"". 1332 


41 44 


20 59 


121. 7 


60.03 


8.3.. 


. 


1891.85 


/3 2 


A and B 1 












167.0 


S-71 


9.1.. 


. 9-2 


1891.85 


/S 2 


BandC - 












323-6 


9-43 




.11.2 


1891.85 


;3 2 


BandD 


29S0 


P15 


L I IOCS 


41 45 


— 2 20 


174-3 


2.07 


7.8.. 


.12.0 


1875.60 


A 2 




2981 


S 500 


L IO961 


41 53 


32 56 


88.9 


59-46 


9 •• 


.10 


1825.06 


S 3 




2982 


H5465 


L 10989 


42 5 


II 57 


45 ± 


I2± 


7 .. 


, 


1823+ 


H 




2983 


S797 


W" V"". 1029 


42 6 


4 40 


14.9 


7.05 


7.1.. 


• 9.9 


1832.40 


S 4 


7.1 very wk. 


2984 


S796 


P v"". 22s 


42 7 


31 45 


61.2 


3.60 


6.9.. 


. 8.0 


1830.79 


S 5 


IVh.: bluish ■wh. 


2985 


H3798 


0. Arg. S. 4317 


42 17 


-24 33 


65.9 


20 ± 


9 •■ 


• 9 


1835-9 


H 




2986 


P405 


W Vl>. 1045 


42 22 


-13 34 


125. 1 


14.50 


8.5.. 


.11.0 


1877.95 


/3 I 




2987 


S798 


SD (8°) 1219 


42 25 


- 825 


181.4 


20.72 


7.2.. 


. 9.2 


1830.67 


S 2 


7.2 very ivh. 


298S 


A. G. 100 


DM (21°) 1008 


42 25 


21 47 




.... 


8.7.. 











2989 


A 498 


SD (6°) 1317 


42 31 


— 6 41 


178.7 


0.96 


8.0.. 


.11.5 


1903.82 


A 3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. so) 


2990 


S794 





42 39 


48 42 


313-9 


9.35 


8.5.. 


.10.2 


1830.61 


S 3 




2991 


A 499 


SD (8°) 1223 


42 55 


- 8 58 


264.0 
178.8 


3.12 
27.60 


9.5-. 
8.5. . 


.10.8 


1903.94 
1903.94 


A 2 
A I 


'^^^^^UBuI.L.O. 
AandBj No. 50) 


2992 


S 801 rej. 


W V". 1066 


42 56 


-13 24 


.... 


CI. IV 


7 .. 


.10 





S 




2993 


Hn 78 


SD (12°) 1275 


42 57 


-12 45 


167.7 


1.84 


9.0.. 


• 9-2 


1888.18 


Com 3 




2994 


H2280 


SD (3°) 1204 


43 


- 3 21 


18.0 


I2± 


10 . . 


.11 


1830+ 


H 




2995 


P406 


Vf' V-. 1068 


43 I 


-13 28 


243-1 


12.01 


9.0.. 


.12.0 


1877-95 


/3 I 




2996 


5V.90 


V Aurigae 


43 10 


39 7 


331.8 


53-72 






1783.18 


M I 




2997 


H3799 


0. Arg. S. 4329 


43 11 


-18 45 


149-5 


2K 


9 .. 


• 9J^ 


1835-9 


H 




2998 


A 500 


SD (9°) 1242 


43 14 


- 9 45 


222.4 


3-62 


9-5.- 


.14.0 


1903.99 


A 2 


B and C ) 
A and B ) 












96.7 


26.32 




. 9.0 


1903.99 


A 2 


2999 


H710 




43 21 


35 33 


335 ± 


I0± 


10 . . 


.10+ 


1820 + 


H 




3000 H 712 


DM (6°) 1035 


43 21 


6 3 


70 ± 


8± 


9 -. 


.10 


1820 + 


H 




3001 H 711 




S 43 34 


28 IS 


320 ± 


5± 


10 .. 


.12 


1820+ 


H 





60 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



5^ 



Number 


Double Star 


Star CataloEue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 18S0 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


3002 


Schj. 3 


W» V'. 1084 


5" 43'° 


43= 


- 4°30' 




56.' 


8.S-. 


- 9-S 


.... 


. . . 


, 




3003 


S799 


DM (38°) 1318 


43 


57 


38 32 


192.5 


1.06 


7.2.. 


- 8.3 


1829.87 


s 


5 


WhiU 


3004 


Ku23 


DM (14°) 1047 


43 


59 


14 24 


103.5 


0.95 


7.0.. 


. 9-0 


1902.14 


Ku 


2 


Kustner (3821) 


3005 


S 793 rej. 


DM (71°) 328 


44 


4 


71 33 


235-1 


18. ± 


10 . . 


.12 


1830 + 


H 




Measures from H (V) 


3006 


S802 


DM (40°) 1435 


44 


6 


40 7 


108.7 


3.22 


7-9.- 


. 8.5 


1828.77 


2 


4 


.(See p. 1066) 
Viry wk. 


3007 


2 806 


DM (17°) 1032 


44 


6 


17 SI 


198.8 


10.69 


8.8.. 


. 8.8 


1830.12 


S 


3 




3008 


P94 


Le forts 61 


44 


9 


-14 31 


179-4 


2.73 


6.0.. 


. 9-4 


1876.16 


A 


4 




3009 


Hu 40 


DM (20°) 113s 


44 


II 


20 6 


10.2 


3-61 


8.5.. 


■ 9-5 


1900.07 


Hu 


I 


{A. J. 480) 


3010 


S805 


W V''. 1411 


44 


12 


28 25 


48.4 


12.12 


7-7-. 


. 8.4 


1829.49 


S 


4 


White 


301 1 


H 2281 


DM (2°) 1072 


44 


13 


2 33 


321.7 


I2± 


9 •• 


.14 


1830 + 


H 






3012 


2 803 rej. 


DM (40°) 1438 


44 


13 


40 6 





CI. Ill 


8 .. 


.10 





S 






3013 


KU24 


DM (50°) 1242 


44 


17 


50 9 


258.5 


1-43 


9-4- 


.10.0 


1901.58 


Ku 


2 




3014 


A. G. loi 


A. G. Lund 2570 


44 


20 


36 16 


43-9 


9-77 


9.0.. 


- 9-5 


1902.78 


^ 


2 




3015 


Pi 188 


L II084 


44 


33 


- I 28 


106.0 


1-23 


7.9.. 


.10.3 


1890.84 


(3 


3 


AandB)Vi;X 














101.2 


25.70 


7-7-- 


. 8.8 


1831.16 


S 


3 


AandcJCACl^) 


3016 


HU448 


DM (20°) II4I 


44 


44 


20 35 


236.7 


2.74 


9.0.. 


.11.5 


1901.98 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


3017 


S807 


DM (34°) 1203 


44 


54 


34 25 


139-7 


2. IS 


7-3-- 


• 9-3 


1829.60 


S 


3 


l-iyVsh 


3018 


0. Stone 12 





44 


59: 


—24 21: 


181. 3 


6.08 


9-5-- 


.11.6 


1876.01 


Cin 


I 




3019 


A 10 


DM (29°) 1027 


45 


6 


29 45 


165.7 


2.92 


8.5. . 


.11.6 


1873.92 


A 


5 


A and B ) (aC= 
AandCj 28o8) 














57-4 


16.06 




. 8.5 


1829.25 


S 


2 


3020 


P1053 


Aurtgae 146 


45 


18 


37 19 


283.2 


0-43 


7-5-- 


. 9-5 


1889.92 


;8 


I 




3021 


H32 


.... 


45 


46: 


- 7 30: 


190 ± 


20 ± 


9 .. 


.12 


1820 + 


H 






3022 


P 1054 


136 Tauri 


45 


47 


27 35 


232.2 


15.00 


6.0. . 


.12.0 


1889.08 


/3 


3 




3023 


02 120 rej. 


Rad'. 1568 


45 


52 


53 26 


133-7 


43-99 


6.7.. 


. 7-8 


1867.04 


A 


3 




3024 


See 56 


Cord. DM (24°) 3485 


45 


53 


—24 22 


237-2 


7-15 


8 .. 


.11.3 


1897.76 


See 


I 




3025 


H3804 


SD (12°) 1291 


45 


57 


-12 48 


50.6 


I0± 


9>^-- 


.12 


1836.9 


H 






3026 


Weisse 11 


W V". I4S9 


46 


5 


38 34 






9 •• 








. 




3027 


Doo — 





46 


6 


52 57 


354-4 


6.68 


9 -- 


- 9 


1897.01 


Doo 






3028 


2 813 


DM (18°) 997 


46 


6 


18 55 


148. 1 


3-24 


8.0. . 


. 8.0 


1831.19 


S 


4 


Very wk. 


3029 


P95 


L III28 


46 


9 


— 7 20 


298.2 


13-67 


8.0. . 


.12.0 


1878.16 


/3 


I 




3030 


.... 


56 Orionis 


46 


13 


I 49 


211. 8 


43-41 


5 -- 


-13-5 


1901.87 


? 


^ 




3031 


2 811 


W= Vi". 1482 


46 


33 


30 28 


229.9 


S.08 


8.0. . 


- 9-5 


1829.23 


S 


3 


8.0 ivk. 


3032 


2 810 





46 


56 


52 54 


242.8 


2.60 


8.8.. 


■ 9-5 


1830.24 


S 


3 




3033 


02 123 


W V". 1172 


47 


32 


10 13 


175-9 


2.41 


7.0.. 


. 8.7 


1846.77 


OS 


3 


Yel.: ash 


3034 


A 501 


SD (6°) 1343 


47 


40 


- 6 26 


300.1 


2.80 


9.0.. 


.10,8 


1903.81 


A 


2 


(Sul. L. 0. No. 50) 


3035 


02 122 


L III27 


47 


41 


36 55 


108.9 


0.36 


7-3-- 


. 8.0 


1847-71 


OS 


2 




3036 


P563 


L II156 


47 


44 


IS 29 


183-9 


7-42 


7.8.. 


.11.0 


1878.06 


iS 


I 




3037 


S S02 


W V". 1 178 


47 


56 


13 50 


129.2 


45-52 


8 .. 


- 9 


1825.03 


s 


2 




3038 


Ho 20 


W V". 1 182 


48 


6 


14 12 


276.8 


7.82 


7 •- 


.12 


1886.19 


Ho 


2 


A and B 
AandC 














287.3 


50.21 




.11.5 


1886.20 


Ho 


I 


3039 


2 815 


DM (5°) 1043 


48 


12 


5 19 


136-7 


12.69 


8.2.. 


.10.4 


1832.09 


S 


6 


8.2 yel'sh 


3040 


Innes 348 


0. Arg. S. 4412 


48 


12 


-29 4 


60.5 


4.07 


9 - 




1901.08 


I 


2 




3041 


2784 


Redliffl826 


48 


19 


84 12 


187-7 


1.28 


8.7. 


. 8.7 


1833-25 


s 


4 


YeVsh wh. 


3042 


H713 




48 


19 


33 14 


300 ± 


5± 


10+ . 


.11 


1820 + 


H 






3043 


2817 


DM (7°) I0S4 


48 


23 


7 I 


72-4 


18.48 


8.2. 


- 8.3 


1830.50 


S 


3 


Wh.: yel. 


3044 


H714 




48 


25 


31 42 


276 ± 


5± 


lO-II 


.11-12 


1820 + 


H 






3045 


Ho 337 


DM (23°) 1 108 


48 


27 


23 15 


120 ± 


8± 


9 - 


.10 


1820-4- 


H 




AandB 
BandC 














lOI.O 


0.91 


9.0. 


• 9-2 


1890.20 


Ho 


2 


3046 


H71S 




48 


28 


31 40 


3i5± 


9± 


lO-II 


.11-12 


1820 + 


H 






3047 


2 816 


DM (5°) 1044 


48 


30 


5 50 


289-3 


4-25 


6.2. 


. 8.7 


1830.13 


S 


4 


6.2 very wh. 


3048 


? VI. 39 


a Orionis 


48 


40 


7 23 


109.5 


39-84 


Var. 


.14.5 


1891.98 


/3 


2 


A and B ^ 
















289.8 


62.01 




.14.2 


1891.98 


? 


2 


AandC 
















347-7 


76.77 




-13-S 


1891.98 


/3 


2 


AandD 


, 














152-3 


161.77 




.11 


1786.88 


IJl 


I 


A and E ^ 




3049 


H2283 


.... 


48 


44 


I 35 


9-4 


20 ± 


lO-II 


• -13 


1830 + 


H 




'•Neat star" 


3050 


2 818 


W V*. I20S 


5 48 


57 


4 42 


274.0 


5.92 


9-2. 


. 9-7 


1830.17 


2 


3 





ei 



S'^ 







Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 








Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


3051 


2 819 


W V". 1213 


5''48"'58^ 


-0° 58' 


96?9 


25^25 


8.0... 9.7 


1831.16 


S 


3 


S.o yePsA 


3052 


2 820 


W V". I2I0 


49 9 


8 58 


no. 3 


4.66 


8.3... 8.8 


1831.53 


s 


3 




3053 


S503 


W" V". 1206 


49 10 


13 56 


134-1 


39.94 


7 ... 9 


1825.07 


s 


2 


AandB ) 












157-3 


28.09 


. . .11.2 


1878.00 


/3 


1 


AandC ■ 












337.3 


201.76 


... 8 


1825.07 


S 


2 


A and D J 


3054 


G.Andei90D2 


L 11231 


49 18 


-19 44 


19.4 


9.10 


8 ...II 


1876.09 


HI 


2 




3055 


Ho 227 


DM (11°) 971 


49 21 


II 30 


241.3 


2.08 


8 ...12.S 


1890.11 


Ho 


1 




3056 


H3811 





49 29 


-25 13 


245 ± 


20 ± 


?>%... 9 


1835.9 


H 






3057 


A. G. 102 


A. G. Lund 3022 


49 41 


37 3 


16.2 


2.78 


9.4... 9.4 


1902.77 


/3 


2 




3058 


Hu 449 


DM (21°) 1053 


49 43 


21 20 


341. 1 


3.07 


9.0. . .12.2 


1901.98 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


3059 


Perrine 


DM (52°) 1022 


49 44 


52 41 


307.1 


1.86 


9.0... 9.3 


1898.76 


P 


2 




3060 


H374 




49 46 


27 22 


22S± 


10-12 


9 . . .10 


1820 + 


H 






3061 


H716 


— 


49 48 


28 36 


i5o± 


4± 


10 ...12 


1820 + 


H 






3062 


02 121 


Rad'. 1582 


49 49 


74 


191. 4 


0.39 


7.3-.. 8.5 


1849.64 


OS 


3 




3063 


2 812 rej. 


0. Aig. N. 6330 


50 14 


65 31 




CI. IV 


6-7. . .10-11 


.... 


S 






3064 


5 VI. 88 


j8 Aurigae 


50 43 


44 56 


35. 8 


169.10 


2 ...loK 


1783.79 


^ 


I 




3065 


2 821 


DM (29°) 1058 


SO 44 


29 37 


12.3 


2.17 


8.0... 9.8 


1830.23 


s 


3 


8.0 wh. 


3066 


Sees? 


L 11284 


SO 48 


—21 42 


107.6 


25.40 


6.2. . .14.4 


1897.83 


See 


2 




3067 


A 321 


SD(3'') 124I 


SO SO 


- 3 6 


128.0 


0.49 


8.7... 9.1 


1902.58 


A 


3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 29) 


3068 


H33 




51 ^■■ 


- 7 l: 


I90± 


8± 


II ...11;^ 


1820 + 


H 






3069 


P 1190 


W V''. 1269 


SI 17 


I 


340.1 


1. 41 


7.4. ..10.8 


1890.85 


;3 


3 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 












95.5 


6.65 


...12.5 


1890.85 


/s 


3 


3070 


P 1189 


Schj. 1985 


SI 18 


23 


269.5 


0.20 


8.1... 9.1 


1890.90 


P 


3 


AandB ) 
AB and C ) 












194. 5 


58. II 


... 8.0 


1890.85 


P 


3 


3071 


H34 




SI 22: 


7 3: 






.... 


1820 + 


H 






3072 


H2285 




51 30 


52 49 


293.5 


i5± 


9-10. .11 


1830 + 


H 






3073 


Pio55 


Aurigae 161 


SI 32 


44 35 


332.9 


1. 61 


6. 7. ..II. 5 


1888.92 


/3 


3 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 












329.7 


33.35 


... 9.2 


1888.92 


P 


3 


3074 


02545 


S Aurigae 


51 32 


37 12 


5.5 


2. IS 


3.0... 7.5 


1871.42 


OS 


6 


A and b1 












286.0 


35.30 


...(10) 


1783.20 


3S 


I 


\K-e. light 
A and L ^ green: 
. . _ blue 
A and D J 












352.3 


125.05 


•-.(9) 


1823.17 


Sh 


I 


3075 


2 822 rej. 


W V". 1622 


51 35 


43 10 




CI. IV 


7 ...10 





S 






3076 


H5466 


DM ( — 1°) 107s 


51 38 


- I 50 


.... 


.... 


8 ... 


1823 + 


H 






3077 


2 823 


W V". 1294 


51 57 


- 7 40 


339.3 


7.51 


8.5... 9.2 


1831.51 


S 


3 


White 


3078 


02 124 


B. A. C. 1907 


52 8 


12 48 


308.7 


0-53 


6.0... 7.8 


1845.22 


OS 


1 




3079 


5 V. 100 


59 Orionis 


52 10 


I 49 


205 ± 


37.25 




1783.02 


W 


I 




3080 


H3280 





52 12 


13 19 


94.1 


2^ 


II .. .11-12 


1831 + 


H 






3081 


02 126 


DM (17°) 1082 


52 24 


17 49 


59.3 


10.53 


7.5.. .10.0 


1846.08 


OS 


3 


7-Syel. 


3082 


A 322 


SD (4°) 1310 


52 25 


- 4 39 


356.7 


4.17 


7.0. ..13.8 


1902.76 


A 


2 




3083 


02125 


Riim. 1 64 1 


52 28 


22 28 


357.2 


1.54 


7.0... 8.5 


1847.77 


OS 


3 


8.5 red 


3084 


H3818 





52 34 


—27 20 


169.3 


iS± 


9 . . .12 


1837. I 


H 






3085 


2826 


DM( — 1°) 1080 


52 49 


— I 20 


115.5 


1.84 


8.2... 9.2 


1832.41 


S 


4 


White 


3086 


H2284 





53 9 


73 31 


247.4 


7± 


12 = 12 


1830+ 


H 






3087 


HU826 


DM (35°) 1309 


53 10 


35 16 


299.6 


0.62 


9.0. . .11.0 


1902.77 


Hu 


1 


AandB ) ^c= 
AB and C ) Ho s" 












169.2 


3.81 


8.5. ..10.7 


1896.06 


Ho 


3 


3088 


S504 


L II376 


S3 19 


—20 10 


267.6 


5.25 


10 ...10 


1825.01 


S 


1 




3089 


Ho 21 


L I1326 


53 28 


27 34 


238.4 


9.81 


6.7. ..13 


1884.70 


Ho 


3 




3090 


2825 


DM (36°) 1332 


53 30 


36 31 


146.2 


8.16 


7.8... 9.0 


1829.91 


S 


3 


White 


3091 


A 119 


A. G. Camb. 2859 


53 41 


29 26 


205.8 


0.43 


8.7... 9.0 


1900.84 


A 


3 




3092 


02 127 


L 11319 


S3 48 


38 43 


332.6 


1.63 


7.0. ..10.8 


1848.72 


OS 


2 


1.0 y el. 


3093 


¥ IV. 48 


DM(23°)il48 


53 48 


23 20 


262.5 


20.45 




1783.40 


W 


1 




3094 


A. G. 103 


DM (20°) 1216 


S3 55 


20 14 


100.2 


14.37 


8.8. ..10 


1902.35 


Cg 


4 




3095 


2 827 rej. 


DM (-0°) II37 


54 


- 31 




CI. IV 


8 ...10 




s 




From Cat. Nov. 


3096 


2 829 


W V>". 1352 


54 


— II 42 


238.4 


16.50 


9.0. ..10.7 


1832.69 


s 


2 


A and B ) 
B and C 5 












217.7 


4.56 


...11.7 


1832.69 


s 


2 


3097 


H717 




5 54 25 


34 14 


45 ± 


9± 


9-10. .12 


1820+ 


H 







62 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



b^ 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. I 


iSo 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


3098 


A 662 


SD (7°) 1250 


5" 54°' 


57^ 


- 7°49' 


248?7 


1^34 


9.8. 


.10.5 


1904.03 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 61) 


3099 


HU559 


35 CamelopardalU 


54 


58 


51 35 


339.5 


0.52 


9.0. 


.10.0 


1902.71 


Hu 


2 


BandC AB = 
AandBC) 02i:>8 














13-1 


39.41 


6.3. 


. 8.3 


1867.01 


A 


3 


3100 


P564 


DM(-1°) 1088 


54 


59 


- I 34 


70.9 


1.29 


9.0. 


.10.5 


1892.04 


P 


2 




3IOI 


H2286 





55 


19 


58 30 


290.0 


i8± 


10 . 


. 12 


1830 + 


H 






3102 


A 120 


A. G. Camb. 2890 


55 


26 


25 53 


162.8 


0.58 


8.3. 


. 9-5 


I901.II 


A 


2 




3103 


H2287 




55 


31 


54 20 


312.2 


i5± 


10 . 


.10+ 


1830+ 


H 






3104 


A. G. 104 


A. G. Lund 3067 


55 


31 


35 50 


74.3 


2.77 


8.9. 


. 9-1 


1902.77 


/? 


2 




3105 


H2289 





55 


32 


- 4 49 


305 ± 


i5± 


10 . 


.10 


1830+ 


H 






3106 


Barnard 4 


DM (22°) 1246 


55 


35 


22 17 


193-4 


1.91 


9.0. 


. 9.3 


1900.77 


Bar 


2 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 














13. 


4.84 




.13-5 


1900.77 


Bar 


I 


3107 


A 663 


SD(7°)I254 


55 


37 


- 7 46 


321.8 


2.52 


9.0. 


.10.8 


1904.00 


A 


2 


(.Bui. L. 0. No. 61) 


3108 


S 832 rej. 


SD(i4°) 1307 


55 


38 


-14 32 


86.0 


25 ± 


9 • 


.11 


1837.0 


H 






3109 


Hu 560 


DM (49°) 1445 


55 


38 


49 38 


24.7 


0.93 


9.0. 


.11.0 


1902.71 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


3110 


H3821 


SD (21°) 1324 


55 


44 


— 21 


212.0 


25 ± 


9 . 


. 9>^ 


1835.9 


H 






3111 


P 1056 


M Ononis 


55 


47 


9 39 


272.0 


16.80 


4 ■ 


.14 


1889. II 


^ 


3 




3112 


H3823 


Cord. G. C. 7127 


55 


51 


-31 3 


130.5 


4.84 


9 


= 9 


1836.95 


H 


I 




3113 


S830 


W V''. 1784 


55 


54 


27 39 


249.6 


12.82 


8.2. 


. 8.7 


1830.54 


S 


3 


AandB) 
A and C ) 














187.7 


25.21 




.10.8 


1831.56 


S 


3 


3114 


H 2290 


DM (0°) 1255 


56 


I 


59 


114. 5 


8± 


10 . 


.12 


1830 + 


H 




"Neat star, but 

thick haze" 


3115 


H5467 




56 


9 


27 41 


i6o± 


4± 


II . 


. .12 


1823 + 


H 




"In the field with 


3116 


P 16 


3 Monocerotis 


56 


12 


-10 36 


356. 1 


1.80 


iVz. 


..10 


1872.14 


Kn 


I 


2830" 


3117 


A 214 


DM (31°) I181 


56 


14 


31 38 


282.2 


0.54 


8.7. 


..10.8 


1901.93 


A 


2 




3118 


S836 


SD (2°) 1453 


56 


29 


— 2 22 


27.8 


1.93 


8.3. 


..10.8 


1832.49 


S 


3 




3119 


H2288 




56 


32 


54 17 


Ii8± 


I0± 


II . 


. .12 


1830+ 


H 






3120 


A 502 


SD (9°) 1303 


56 


33 


- 9 II 


68.1 


2.19 


9.0. 


..12.5 


1903.99 


A 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


312I 


P893 


B. A. C. 1935 


56 


49 


37 58 


128.0 


17.60 


6.2. 


..12. 5 


1878.90 


? 


2 




3122 


A 664 


SD (8°) 1293 


56 


51 


- 8 34 


217.8 


0. 96 


9.2. 


. .12.0 


1904.04 


A 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 61) 


3123 


S834 


DM (30°) 1098 


56 


52 


30 14 


307.9 


22.87 


8.0. 


.. 8.8 


1831.11 


S 


3 


White 


3124 


HU827 


DM (32°) I178 


57 


2 


32 II 


109.9 


0.24 


9.0. 


.. 9.0 


1902.75 


Hu 


I 


(Seep. 1066) 


3125 


2 837 rej. 


W V". 1433 


57 


17 


4 19 




CI. IV 


7 . 


..10 




2 






3126 


H3825 


Lac. 2107 


57 


21 


-27 25 


342.8 


25 ± 


VA. 


..II 


1835.0 


H 




"Another similar n/" 


3127 


S824 


Camelopardalis 102 


57 


44 


76 32 


214.6 


1.72 


8.0. 


..lO.O 


1831.96 


S 


3 


Z.o white 


3128 


See 58 


0. Arg. S. 4575 


57 


46 


-21 48 


206.2 


1.72 


7.5. 


..10.8 


1897.80 


See 


I 




3129 


S835 


DM (18°) 1078 


57 


57 


18 19 


146.6 


2.24 


8.0. 


.. 9.0 


1830.88 


S 


3 


Yd. wh.: ash 


3130 


S831 


DM (67°) 414 


58 


18 


68 


74.1 


11.82 


8.7. 


.. 8.7 


1831.30 


2 


3 




3131 


A 215 


DM (31°) II94 


58 


24 


31 7 


21.5 


0.95 


9.6. 


.. 9.7 


1901.94 


A 


3 




3132 


See 59 


Lac. 2IIS 


58 


25 


—26 17 


202.6 


21.30 


6 . 


..IS 


1897.83 


See 


I 




3133 


02 129 


Aurigae 183 


58 


43 


29 31 


207.7 


9.83 


6.3. 


. .11.0 


1848.21 


OS 


3 


K golden yel. 


3134 


Ha45o 


DM (23°) 1187 


58 


43 


23 31 


235.0 


0.41 


8.5. 


. .10.0 


1901.89 


Hu 


5 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


3133 


Skinner 2 


SD (15°) 1261 


58 


43 


-15 40 


169. 1 


4.82 


8.4. 




1900.83 


Boe 


I 




3136 


2 839 


SD (2°) 1467 


58 


52 


- 2 43 


286.0 


4.76 


8.7. 


.. 9.2 


1831.51 


S 


3 


White 


3137 


2838 


L II542 


58 


57 


52 


326.6 


40.07 


6.7. 


.. 8.8 


1830.79 


S 


3 


i.Tyel. 


3138 


A 503 


SD (6°) 1400 


59 


9 


- 6 6 


265.1 
254.0 


0.37 
5. 30 


9.1. 


.. 9.5 
..14.2 


1903.81 
1903.80 


A 
A 


3 
2 


AandB ) (Bui. L. 
,A ".No. 
AB and C ) 50) 


3139 


02 130 


L 11493 


59 


14 


42 41 


183.9 


0.46 


6.8. 


.. 8.2 


1847.75 


OS 


4 




3140 


A 66s 


SD (7°) 1274 


59 


15 


- 7 56 


108.4 


2.45 


8.5. 


..10.5 


1904.00 


A 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 61) 


3141 


Ho 22S 


w v". 1477 


59 


17 


12 29 


264.9 


1. 81 


8.0. 


. .11.0 


1887.09 


Ho 


2 


(A. N. 2977) 


3142 


OS 131 


LIISIS 


59 


19 


36 17 


274.9 


1.47 


7.0. 


. .10.2 


1847.20 


OS 


2 


7.o«,A.^S«P-"'^*> 


3143 


Glasenapp2 


.... 


59 


33: 


18 13: 


38.3 


4.63 


8.7. 


. .11.0 


1893.08 


Gla 


3 




3144 


A. G. 105 


DM (20°) 1259 


59 


35 


20 7 


199.0 


1. 51 


8.7. 


. .10 


1902.20 


M 


2 




3143 


H 2291 


DM (55°) 1059 


59 


38 


55 6 


156.4 


^% 


II 


=: II 


1830 + 


H 






3146 


2840 


LI1564 


59 


49 


10 46 


247.2 


21.14 


6.2. 


.. 8.5 


1830.45 


S 


4 


A and BC ) t.^yeVsh 
BandC JBC«<i 














183.5 


0.91 




.. 8.7 


1830.89 


S 


3 


3147 


H718 


.... 


59 


51 


29 46 


160 ± 


i¥ 


II . 


. .12 


1820 + 


H 




"Neat star" 


3148 


02 132 


L I1529 


5 59 


58 


38 


313.9 


1.58 


6.8. 


. .10.0 


1847.20 


OS 


2 1 White 



63 



5''— G'' 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


3149 


H 2293 


SD (7°) 1277 


5h59ms8= 


- 7°24' 


203?5 


4-± 


10 . 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 






3150 


¥V. 14 




6 ± 


- 5 ± 




6o± 






1779-92 


«[ 






3151 


Hd8i 




± 


5 l: 


304.8 


15-66 


10 . 


. .11 


1867.08 


Hd 


I 




3152 


5 VI. 23 




± 


59 ± 




I20± 






1780.60 


IJt 




"Unidentifiable" 


3153 


H378 


W V". 1933 


14 


28 58 


85± 


I0± 


10 . 


..10+ 


1820 + 


H 




"Duplex 12- " in W 


3154 


Arg. 12 


0. Arg. S. 4618 


23 


-25 I 


295.6 


4.69 


8.0. 


.. 8.0 


1876.05 


Cin 


5 




3155 


Ho 512 


SD(I3°) 1350 


25 


-13 14 


352.7 


15.12 


7 - 


• -13 


1898.15 


Ho 


I 


U. N. 3557) 


3156 


2 843 rej. 





27: 


— 14 21: 




CI. II 


9 - 


. .10 




S 






3157 


H3830 


0. Arg. S. 4625 


43 


-28 40 


1-7 


8± 


9 


= 9 


1837. I 


H 






3158 


S 842 rej. 




44: 


36 32: 




CI. IV 


8 . 


. .10 




S 






3159 


02133 


LI1599 


SI 


21 19 


34-3 


3-08 


6.9. 


. .10.1 


1853-79 


OS 


3 




3160 


A 504 


SD{8°) 1322 


59 


- 8 41 


146.2 


0.78 


9-5- 


.. 9-6 


1903.99 


A 


2 


AandBi(5„;2:.0. 
A and C 5 No. so) 












350.5 


11.70 




..15-0 


1903.99 


A 


I 


3161 


H5468 




I ± 


31 42: 


75± 


I0± 


9 • 


. .10 


1827. I 


H 




" Place very 


3162 


S847 


DM (0°) 1289 


I 


21 


263.7 


24.90 


8.7- 


• • 9-3 


1831.84 


S 


3 


precarious" 


3163 


H2295 




I 5 


- 3 38 


346.5 


8± 


II 


= 11 


1830 + 


H 






3164 


2 846 


DM (2°) I137 


I 10 


2 9 


137-9 


12.58 


8.2. 


.10.7 


1831.66 


S 


2 




3165 


Arg. 13 


0. Arg. N. 6535 


I 16 


57 3 


250.2 


25.24 


7-5- 


. 8.5 


1881.29 


OS 


I 




3166 


H379 


L 1 1603 


I 20 


31 17 


I30± 


5-6 


8 . 


.18 


1820+ 


H 






3167 


2850 


SDls") 1301 


I 24 


- 3 59 


15.8 


2.09 


8.5. 


.10.2 


1832.49 


s 


3 


8.5 yeVsh 


3168 


H380 




I 26 


34 30 


200 ± 


i5± 


10 . 


.10 


1820 + 


H 






3169 


2 844 


DM (13°) II20 


I 30 


14 I 


5-9 


23-58 


8.^. 


. 8.8 


1830.44 


S 


3 




3170 


H3833 


B. A. C. 1965 


I 32 


-23 6 




CI. V 


6 . 


.11 


1834 + 


11 






3171 


2843 


DM (14°) I124 


I 42 


13 59 


108.5 


2-35 


7-3- 


. 8.0 


1831.IO 


s 


3 


A and B ~| 












296.5 


15.16 




.12.0 


1872.19 


Du 


2 


Aand C 


AB 












120.4 


28.59 




. 8.2 


1830.10 


S 


2 


AandD 


■ white 












182.8 


43-05 


. 


. 9.0 


1830.10 


S 


2 


A and E J 




3172 


2 849 


DM (17°) II39 


I 45 


17 25 


244.1 


0.91 


8-5- 


. 8.9 


1832.21 


S 


4 


Yel'sh 


3173 


A 121 




I 45 


28 40 


162.6 


0.66 


10.2. 


.10.5 


I90I .07 


A 


2 




3174 


2851 


w y^. 1563 


I 46 


3 i8 


26.4 


2.89 


8.2. 


. 8.7 


1831.52 


S 


3 


White 


317s 


H383S 


L 11687 


I 51 


-23 5 




CI. IV 


8 . 


.11 


1834 + 


H 






3176 


02134 


DM (24°) 1 126 


I 54 


24 27 


188.2 


30-93 


7.0. 


. 8.3 


1848.44 


OS 


3 


ye!..- blue 


3177 


H2296 




I 56 


— 3 20 


332.6 


6± 


II . . 


-14 


1830 + 


H 




"DifScult" 


3178 


A 54 


A. G. Camb. 2997 


2 5 


29 15 


344-6 


0-53 


7-S-- 


. 8.8 


1900.23 


A 


4 




3179 


2 852 


DM(7°)II47 


2 7 


7 23 


318.5 


9.19 


8.7.. 


- 9-7 


1830.18 


S 


2 




3180 


2 854 


W V". 1572 


2 7 


5 49 


322.4 


5-55 


8.4.. 


.10.0 


1832.37 


s 


5 


8.4 luh. 


3181 


2 845 


41 Aurigae 


2 25 


48 44 


353-1 


8.00 


5.2.. 


. 6.4 


1830.31 


s 


6 


Very wh. 


3182 


P 1241 


3 Geminorum 


2 27 


23 8 


344-7 


0-53 


5.9.. 


.10.0 


1891.84 


/3 


3 


Aand B 
A and C 5 












63.3 


18.36 




.14.5 


1891.85 


|8 


I 


3183 


2 853 


DM (11°) 1044 


2 28 


II 41 


340.1 


24.06 


7.8.. 


- 8.3 


1830.52 


S 


3 


White 


3184 


2856 


DM (7°) 1149 


2 34 


7 4 


47.4 


10.28 


8.3-- 


.10.5 


183I.17 


s 


3 


8.2 yeVsh 


3185 


2 855 


W V^. 1586 


2 42 


2 31 


113. 2 


29.29 


5-8.. 


. 6.8 


1831.22 


s 


3 


White 


3186 


P17 


4 Monocerotis 


2 48 


-11 8 


178.6 


3-38 


6.5.. 


.10.5 


1872.14 


Kn 


I 


A and B ) 
A and C 5 












244-5 


8.95 




.11.5 


1876.78 


A 


I 


3187 




DM(33°)i26S 


2 53 


33 I 


332-^ 


14.06 


8.5. . 


.11.5 


1902.72 


/3 


2 




3188 


H35 




2 53: 


- 7 28: 


60 ± 


10-15 


12 . . 


-I2>^ 


1820 + 


H 






3189 


A. G. 106 


A. G. I/eiden 2488 


3 5 


33 4 


215.7 


27.00 


8.8.. 


. 9-0 


1902.73 


^ 


2 




3190 


2 859 


DM(s'')ni7 


3 11 


5 41 


249.0 


31-42 


8.0. . 


. 8.5 


1829.70 


S 


2 


YeVsh wh. 


3191 


P1058 


4 Geminorum 


3 13 


23 I 


284-3 


0.41 


7.2.. 


• 7-5 


1889.13 


? 


2 




3192 


5 VI. 114 


DM (15°) 1087 


3 21 


15 56 


112. 1 


90.63 






1783.44 


IS 


I 




3193 


02 (App) 69 


Rad'. 1652 


3 24 


66 II 


125.5 


69.92 


6.7.. 


. 8.2 


1874.90 


^ 


2 




3194 


2 861 


W= VI''. 2 


3 36 


30 42 


318.2 


1-59 


7-8.. 


. 8.2 


1830.95 


s 


4 


BandC 

„ '■ White 
A and BC S 












14.6 


67.14 




. 8.2 


1831.18 


s 


3 


3195 


S 864 rej. 




3 36: 


20 39: 








9 .. 


• 9 




s 




CI. V and II 


3196 


P565 


L I1741 


3 41 


-14 3 


100.4 


1.02 


8 .. 


.12 


1878.21 


jS 


I 




3197 


P 1242 


SD (6°) 1431 


6 3 42 


- 6 18 


124.5 


0.48 


8.6.. 


. 8.8 


1891.87 


^ 


3 


A and B ) 
AB and C \ 












90 ± 


35 ± 


8-9.. 


.10 


1830 + 


H 


I 



64 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



^^ 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1S80 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


3198 


2 860 


DM (24°) H48 


gh jm 


42^ 


24°54' 


359?2 


5-65 


8.3- 


• 9-9 


1832.62 


S 


5 


8.3 white 


3199 


Hu 106 


SD (11°) 1396 


3 


44 


— II 40 


333.0 


0.86 


9.0. 


• 9-3 


1900.19 


Hu 


3 


M.7. 48s) 


3200 


HU701 


DM (35°) 1356 


3 


55 


35 32 


98.1 


0.24 


8.5. 


- 9-5 


1902.75 


Hu 


I 




3201 


A.W 


A. 6. Camb. 3025 


4 


4 


28 48 


288.8 


0-49 


8.7- 


- 9-3 


1900.20 


A 


3 




320a 


H 2297 




4 


20 


48 38 


48.7 


9± 


lO-II 


..II 


1830+ 


H 






3203 


S862 


DM (29°) 1140 


4 


26 


29 31 


336.6 


6.55 


7.2. 


.11.0 


1831.92 


2 


3 


j.iyel. 


3204 


S867 


DM (17°) 1154 


4 


40 


17 24 


156.3 


2.24 


7.0. 


. 8.5 


1831.23 


2 


3 


YeVsh vih.: wh. 


3205 


S865 


DM (51°) II64 


4 


54 


51 12 


66.4 


5-31 


8.2. 


.10.3 


1828.27 


2 


3 


8.2 yeVsh wh. 


3206 


?VI.72 


68 Orionis 


4 


55 


19 49 


229.0 


72.83 






1783-79 


W 


I 




3207 


Jacob 2 





S 


± 


-14 35: 


184.0 


i.8± 


6K- 


- 9 


1846.4 


J 






3208 


H 2299 





5 





- 3 30 


41.7 


I0± 


10 . 


-13 


1830+ 


H 




\ 














310.4 


I2± 




.14 


1830 + 


H 




3209 


2 869 


SD (9°) 1352 


5 


3 


- 9 SO 


279.0 


24.32 


7-5- 


. 8.5 


1830.16 


2 


2 


7.5 white 


3210 
3211 


H721 
S 857 rej. 


DM(o°) 131I 
Rad'. 1661 


5 
5 


4 
6 


s8 
65 45 


i5o± 


4± 
CI. IV 


9 •• 
7 -. 


.12 
.10 


1820+ 


H 

2 




(See p. 1066) 
From Cat, Nov, 


3212 


H719 




5 


14 


9 57 


45 ± 


3± 


12: 


= 12 


1820 + 


H 




"Neat star" 


3213 


H 720 




S 


16 


10 37 


60 ± 


5± 


9 .. 


■ 9+ 


1820 + 


H 






3214 


S871 


W" VI". 93 


S 


27 


- 44 


305-9 


7.12 


8.2.. 


. 8.8 


1830.50 


S 


3 


Very wh. 


3215 


A. G. 107 


DM (24°) 1161 


5 


28 


24 27 


181. 


1.85 


9.0. 


. 9-2 


1902.47 


M 


3 




3216 


Ho 513 


SD (20°) 1308 


5 


31 


—20 19 


355.8 


1-34 


8.5. - 


.10 


1898.15 


Ho 


I 




3217 


A 56 


DM (29°) 1 147 


5 


39 


29 4 


48.0 


1.03 


8.1. . 


.11.8 


1900.20 


A 


3 




3218 


H722 




5 


42 


- 33 


I40± 


9± 


9-10. . 


.12 


1820-f 


H 






3219 


H 2301 




5 


43 


S 28 


358.5 


S± 


lO-II 


. .11 


1820 + 


H 






3220 


A. Clark 3 


1-11793 


S 


47 


- 438 


173-6 


I. II 


6.5- 


. 9-0 


1854.17 


Da 


I 


Yel,: blue 


3221 


H381 




5 


47 


26 43 


28o± 


5± 


II 


.11 


1820-4- 


H 






3222 


See 62 


Cord. DM (22°) 2825 


6 


II 


—22 48 


96-4 


0.50 


8.1. 


. 8.2 


1897.83 


See 


2 


A and B ) 
AB and C 5 














324-4 


24.64 




-13-3 


1897.83 


See 


2 


3223 


A. 6. 108 


A. G. Lund 3171 


6 


12 


38 25 


276.3 


12.21 


9.2.. 


. 9-6 


1902.80 


P 


2 




3224 


P 1017 


SD (2°) 1510 


6 


28 


- 2 56 


161. 1 


0.65 


8.S-. 


. 8.8 


1892.05 


/3 


3 




3225 


S873 


DM( — 1°) II46 


6 


33 


- I 16 


292.6 


7-98 


9.0.. 


. 9-5 


1830.18 


2 


3 




3226 
3227 


2 874 rej. 
S875 


W VI''. 142 


6 
6 


36: 

37 


- 3 38: 
-13 7 


334-9 


CI. IV 
6.05 


8 . 
8.7. 


.10 
. 9-8 


1830.83 


2 

2 


3 


From Cat, Nov, 

(See p. 1066) 


3228 


See 63 


Cord. DM (22°) 2837 


6 


42 


—22 46 


166.0 


17-47 


7-5- 


.12.8 


1897.80 


See 


I 




3229 
3230 


02 (App) 70 

Ho 22 


L 1 1796 
W" VI''. 127 


6 
6 


49 
50 


24 I 
10 17 


177-8 
I95-I 


116.52 
0.63 


7.0. 
8.0. 


- 7-5 
. 8.0 


1875.00 
18S6.18 


Ho 


3 
3 


U, N, 2778) 


3231 


H36 


.... 


6 


53: 


- 6 5: 


2IS± 


30 ± 


II . 


.12 


1820+ 


H 




(Seep. 1066) 


3232 


H2300 


DM (55°) 1065 


6 


58 


55 3 


90 ± 


I0± 


8 . 


.12 


1820+ 


H 




(See p. 1066) 


3233 
3234 


Lewis 7 
2 866 


DM (62°) 831 


7 
7 


4 


22 36: 
62 14 


87.6 
193-4 
264.7 


2-99 
17.79 

78.78 


9-5. 
7-7- 


.10.0 
. 8.8 
. 8.2 


1900.24 
1831.29 
1831.30 


L 
2 
2 


I 

3 
2 


A and B ) 

\ White 
A and C ) 


3235 


Ho 23 


w vi". 150 


7 


23 


14 32 


248.6 
198.0 


2.76 
168.94 


8.2. 
7 - 


.12.0 


1884.72 
1825.00 


Ho 
S 


2 
2 


B and C ) 
A and B ) 


3236 
3237 


H3839 
A 666 


SD (18°) 1338 
SD (6°) 1456 


7 
7 


26 
26 


-18 17 
- 6 22 


28V3 
267.2 
318.0 


0.55 
5.22 
230.0 


8.4. 
9-0. 


■ 9-3 
-14-5 


1834 + 
1904.05 
1904.04 
1904.04 


H 
A 
A 
A 


3 
2 
I 


A and B 1 
CandD |- 
AandC ) 


3238 
3239 
3240 

3241 
3242 
3243 
3244 
3245 
3246 

3247 


2872 

P 1008 

02 (App) 71 

H 2302 
2 877 

H2304 

See 64 
02135 

H383 
2 879 


W VI''. 132 
ij Geminorum 

h 1 1862 
71 Orionis 
Orionis 277 

W VI''. 179 

Cord. G. C. 7475 

L IZ902 

DM (30°) 1171 


7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
8 
8 
8 
6 8 


34 
38 
44 
46 

52 
58 
16 
22 
34 
37 


36 II 

22 32 

II 51 
19 12 

14 37 

-10 47 

-25 47 

2 19 

- 2 39 

30 7 


217.4 
301.4 
310. I 
220± 
263.3 

79-4 

67-7 

154-4 

28s ± 

68.6 


11.03 
0.96 

89-53 
60 ± 

5-32 

I2± 

8.43 
0.61 
2± 
8.28 


6.0. 
3 • 
6.3- 

6 . 

7-2. 

9 • 
7.8. 

7 - 
10 . 

9.2. 


. 7-0 
. 8.8 

- 7-0 
.12 

- 7-7 
..12 

.. 9-9 
.- 9 
. .10 
..10. 5 


1828.94 

1882.05 

1875-65 

1830+ 

1829.56 

1830 + 

1897.83 

1847.22 

1820 + 

1828.76 


S 

/3 

A 

H 

2 

H 

See 

02 

H 

2 


3 

5 
3 

3 

I 

I 

2 


White 
YePsh: wh. 



66 



6 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Numbei 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Dec). 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


3248 


P566 


Monocerotis 2 1 


6" 8" 41' 


- 4°32' 


219-7 


1-43 


8.5. ..12.5 


1878.03 


/3 


I 




3249 


H723 


DM(0°) 1345 


8 41 


47 


40 ± 


I2± 


9-10.. 9-10 


1820 + 


H 




(See p. 1067) 


3250 


2876 


-DM (53°) IOCS 


8 44 


53 42 


51.2 


7-72 


8. 5.. .11.0 


1829.60 


S 


3 


8-5 white 


3251 


P323 


L II91S 


8 44 


- I 41 


96-3 


2.39 


8.5. ..10.2 


1876.28 


A 


2 




3252 


A 505 


SD (4°) 1922 


8 47 


- 4 25 


253-8 


0.68 


7-5---I3-5 


1903.09 


A 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. so) 


3253 


2 868 


DM (73°) 326 


8 49 


73 57 


41.8 


3-32 


8.5... 9.0 


1831.3I 


S 


3 


White 


3254 


2 880 


DM (10°) 1067 


8 50 


10 37 


53-4 


5.42 


8.0... 8.0 


1829.88 


S 


3 


Yel'sh 


3255 


H384 


5 Monocerotis 


9 


— 6 14 


30 ± 


35 ± 


4-5- -.18 


1820+ 


H 






3256 


P193 


W Vl". 208 


9 9 


4 


90.2 


17.88 


8.0. . .11.0 


1892.04 


|S 


2 


A and B ) 
A and C 5 












231. 1 


58-55 


...10.3 


1898.84 


P 


I 


3257 


H2303 




9 13 


51 20 


49.2 


I0± 


II ...11-12 


1830 + 


H 






3258 


P894 


DM (19°) 1285 


9 27 


19 3 


138.0 


5.14 


8.2. ..12.5 


1881.I4 


/3 


2 




3259 


P1018 


SD (2°) 1528 


9 29 


- 2 44 


54-7 


6.02 


8.5.. .11.7 


1892.06 


P 


3 




3260 


PS67 


Monocerotis 23 


9 34 


- 4 53 


249-5 


3-83 


6.8. ..ii.o 


1879.08 


/3 


4 




3261 


A 668 


SD(8°) 1368 


9 42 


- 9 


158.2 


0.23 


6.6... 6.6 


1904.05 


A 


4 


(.Bui. L. 0. No. 61) 


3262 


H2305 


DM(I°) 1276 


9 45 


I 13 


20.4 


i8± 


10 ...12 


1830 + 


H 




"Astar 8 m. nearj/." 


3263 


Innes 349 


Lac. 2198 


9 53 


-29 34 


41.4 


5.82 


7 ...II 


1900.32 


I 


I 




3264 


P 1019 


SD (2°) 1534 


10 7 


- 2 50 


274.2 


0.81 


8.0... 9.6 


1892.06 


/3 


3 




3265 


Hu 107 


SD (10°) 1443 


10 8 


— 10 48 


325.2 


0-35 


8.6... 8.7 


1900.19 


Hu 


3 


(A. J. 485) 


3266 


IV. 23 


DM (15°) I139 


10 12 


IS 53 


225 ± 


40± 


.... 


1793.12 


W 






3267 


2878 


DM (62°) 833 


10 13 


62 27 


3II-7 


16. ig 


7.2. ..II.O 


1831.30 


S 


2 


l-'iyel. 


3268 


H724 





10 16 


44 


349 ± 


8± 


II = II 


1820 + 


H 






3269 


H 3840 




10 20 


-30 28 


229.7 


8± 


10 = 10 


1835-0 


H 






3270 


2 885 


DM (6°) I180 


10 26 


6 2 


295.8 


9-51 


8.5. ..10.2 


1829.72 


S 


2 




3271 


P96 


75 Orionis 


10 29 


9 59 


226.5 


4-74 


9.0.. .11.5 


1877-93 


|3 


I 


CandD"] 












159-5 


119.90 


.... 


1892.12 


^ 


2 


A and C - 












255-5 


62.88 


6.0. ..10.2 


1892.12 


/3 


2 


A and B J 


3272 


H2306 




10 32 


20 19 


17.0 


3± 


lO-II. .11 


1830 + 


H 




"Neat" 


3273 


H3842 




10 39 


-22 9 


215. 1 


i8± 


10 ...10^ 


1837. I 


H 






3274 


2 883 


DM (39°) 1584 


10 46 


39 49 


263.4 


3-27 


8.2... 8.7 


1830.71 


2 


4 


A and B ^ 
A and C 5 












257.8 


28.69 


. . .10.4 


1830.71 


S 


3 


3275 


Pi8 


L 12006 


II 7 


— 12 


271.9 


1-79 


7.3--- 9-0 


1876.00 


A 


3 




3276 


Ho 229 


W Vl''. 272 


II 16 


14 26 


n 


3± 


6 ...13 


1886.11 


Ho 




M.A^.2977) 


3277 


2 881 


4 Lyncis 


II 24 


59 25 


89.0 


0.81 


6.4... 7.9 


1830.28 


S 


4 


White 


3278 


HU451 


DM (21°) 1189 


II 27 


21 53 


349-6 


0.46 


9.0. . .12.2 


1902.09 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


3279 


Ho 24 


W Vl''. 277 


II 30 


9 22 


156.0 


4.60 


8.0. ..II. 5 


1884.69 


Ho 


3 




3280 


2884 


0. Arg. N. 6728 


II 32 


47 10 


270.0 


9.05 


8.5... 8.5 


1828.22 


S 


2 


Very ivh. 


3281 


2 886 


DM (23°) 1296 


II 40 


23 19 


182. 1 


6.83 


9.0. ..II.O 


1831.58 


S 


3 




3282 


H37 





II 41: 


- 6 18: 


27s ± 


30 ± 


II ...12 


1820 + 


H 






3283 


HuioS 


SD (10°) 1452 


II 42 


— 10 41 


331 -I 


3-34 


9.0.. .12.0 


1900.19 


Hu 


3 


(A. J. 485) 


3284 


H2307 


DM (54°) 1016 


11 48 


54 6 


90.0 


25 ± 


9-10.. 12 


1830 + 


H 






3285 


H 2310 


SD (4°) 1444 


II 48 


- 4 12 


253-8 


i8± 


9 ...II 


1830 + 


H 






3286 


Espin — 


DM (55°) I06» 


II 58 


55 2 


24-9 


9-33 


9-2... 9-3 


1900.39 


Es 


3 


(A.N.^t-n) 


3287 


H3845 


L 12056 


12 


—22 40 


51-3 


25 ± 


8 ...12 


1835.0 


H 






3288 


9V.55 


DM (23°) 1301 


12 4 


23 19 


.... 


60 ± 





1783. 


Kt 






3289 


2 882 


DM (64°) 580 


12 6 


64 58 


267.0 


3-53 


8.0. . .11.0 


1831.97 


S 


3 


8.0 white 


3290 


Ho 230 


W VI". 296 


12 6 


13 49 


52.0 


1.20 


8.3. ..10.5 


1887.07 


Ho 


I 




3291 


P895 


W Vl". 287 


12 23 


28 29 


133-3 
246.2 


0.27 
2.70 


7. 5-.. 7.5 
... 9-2 


1S79.22 
1831.22 


S 


I 
3 


Aand B ) A.wh.: 

C ash, 

AB and C ) (AC= 


3292 


A 323 


SD (5°) 1576 


12 24 


- 5 37 


216.6 


0.99 


7.0. ..lO.O 


1902.34 


A 


3 


2 888) 
(Bui. L. 0. No. 29) 


3293 


H3281 


.... 


12 25 


14 48 


278.6 


4± 


10 ...13 


183I + 


H 






3294 


2 88g 


DM (25°) 121S 


12 28 


25 4 


221.5 


22.04 


7.2... 9.5 


1830.7s 


S 


2 


T.'iyersh 


329s 


H385 


DM (22°) 1280 


6 12 31 


22 9 


51.0 


1.45 


8.7... 9.4 


1903.73 


(S 


3 


AandB"! 












55-0 


5-78 


...14.2 


1903.78 


/3 


3 


A and C 












291-5 


9.09 


...I2.S 


1903.73 


/3 


3 


AandD 












59-6 


16.39 


...II.9 


1903.73 


P 


3 


A and E J 










a 

















66 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



%^ 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A.I 


880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 

Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


3296 


Htt452 


DM (22°) 1281 


6''I2"' 


33' 


22°2I' 


34l?4 


2f56 


9-0 


. .10.0 


1902.08 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


3297 


A. G. 109 


DM (21°) I196 


12 


34 


21 31 


27.0 


1.99 


8.8 


■ ■ 9-3 


1902.25 


Hu 


2 




3298 


02(App)73 


L 12037 


12 


38 


13 29 


44.2 


73-27 


6.5 


.. 7.0 


1875.03 


J 


3 




3299 


HU453 


DM (20°) 1373 


12 


38 


20 28 


335-5 


0.33 


9-0 


.. 9-8 


1902.00 


Hu 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


3300 


S 892 rej. 




12 


47: 


12 22: 


48.2 


30 ± 


11 


. .11 


1831 + 


H 






3301 


2 8gi 


P VI''. 58 


12 


S7 


12 21 


292.2 


21.90 


7-7 


..10.7 


1830.53 


S 


3 


White 


3302 


Ho 338 


L 12079 


13 


3 


— 18 22 


286.9 


'•95 


8 


. .10 


1890.21 


Ho 


1 




3303 


OS (App) 74 


L 12044 


13 


12 


25 IS 


264.2 


58.03 


6-7 


.. 8.6 


1874.98 


d 


3 




3304 


H2312 


SD(s°)is8s 


13 


28 


- s 14 


197.6 


4± 


10 


= 10 


1830 + 


H 




"Neat" 


3305 


OS (App) 75 


L 12062 


13 


33 


18 6 


127.4 


4-51 


7-2 


.. 8.2 


1876.33 


A 


3 




3306 


S 890 rej. 


DM (36°) 1408 


13 


3S 


36 10 


269.6 


i5± 


9 


--13 


1831 + 


H 




From H (VI) 


3307 


H3847 





13 


41 


-14 29 


48.3 


6± 


8 


..12 


1834 + 


H 




(See p. 1067) 


3308 


H 2311 




13 


42 


54 5 


282.5 


I2± 


10 


. .12 


1830 + 


H 






3309 


Ho 231 


W vi". 362 


13 


45 


— 12 29 


49.0 


6.81 


8 


. .11 


1887.24 


Ho 


I 


(See p. 1067) 


3310 


S 887 rej. 


.... 


13 


48: 


60 12: 




CI. 11 


8-9 


.. 9-10 


.... 


Z 




From Cat. Nov. 


33" 


OS (App) 72 


Rad'. 1708 


13 


SI 


59 46 


299.8 


43-52 


7-0 


. .11.0 


1874.40 


A 


2 


A and B ) 
A and C 5 














321.5 


134-36 




.. 7.5 


1874.40 


A 


2 


3312 


Ha82 


.... 


14 




—20 0: 


s 


I2± 


9 


..II 


1869.08 


Hd 




Another zi m. star 

20" distance 


3313 


SS13 


L 12072 


14 


4 


21 II 


257.2 


58-91 


8 


.. 9^ 


1825. II 


S 


2 


AandC AB= 
AandB) 05i37>-c;'. 














66.8 


16.28 




. .10 


1843-23 


Ma 


I 


3314 


P 1296 


L I2II2 


14 


6 


- 7 12 


201.0 


0.21 


8.0 


.. 8.5 


1900.78 


P 


1 




3315 


H2313 





14 


9 


19 34 


67-3 


4± 


II 


. .12 


1830 + 


H 




"Neat" 


3316 


Hn79 


SD(S°)IS92 


14 


13 


- S 57 


326.6 


3-03 


10 


..10.8 


1888.52 


Com 


2 




3317 


S516 


Lac. 2220 


14 


21 


-24 56 


2.9 


66.27 


i% 


-■ 9% 


1825.18 


S 


2 


AandB 
AandC 














242.3 


299.97 




.. 6 


1825.20 


S 


2 


3318 


H386 


DM (27°) 1081 


14 


21 


27 35 


70 ± 


iS± 


9 


-■ 9y2 


1820 + 


H 






3319 


S 895 rej. 


W Vl''. 372 


14 


23 


5 48 


61.2 


2S± 


9 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 






3320 


H725 


DM (9°) II99 


14 


24 


9 47 


75 ± 


20 ± 


8-9 


. .10 


1820 + 


H 




''Ruddy: 

purplish ilue" 


3321 


H2308 


DM (73°) 334 


14 


28 


73 4 


223.4 


25 ± 


9 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 






3322 


OS 136 


Rad'. 1707 


14 


33 


70 36 


78.4 


5-67 


6-5 


..10.3 


1847.57 


OS 


3 




3323 


H 2309 





14 


36 


73 2 


230.0 


40 ± 


9 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 




" Near H 2308" 


3324 


Ho 232 




14 


SS 


14 44 


343-7 


2.03 


9-5 


. .11.0 


1890. II 


Ho 


1 




3325 


S897 


-v VX*". 366 


14 


S7 


26 44 


348-9 


18.08 


8.2 


.. 8.5 


1830.76 


S 


2 


WAzte 


3326 


Ho 25 


DM (25°) 1238 


14 


S7 


25 17 


336-2 


o.3± 


9 


- 9 


1886.22 


Ho 


1 


A and B ) 
AB and C ) 














45-1 


32.84 




..12.S 


1883.26 


Ho 


I 


3327 


H2315 


SD (7°) 1384 


IS 


6 


- 7 14 


3-0 


i± 


13 


= 13 


1830 + 


H 






3328 


S 898 


W VI." 395 


IS 


18 


II 2 


121. 


6.05 


8-3 


.. 8.8 


1828.53 


S 


3 


IVkite 


3329 


Jacob 3 


Tar. 2610 


IS 


41 


-29 34 


206.1 


12.73 


9 


. .10 


1846.6 


J 






3330 


P 1059 


/t Geminorum 


IS 


42 


22 34 


266.7 


0.80 


9-8 


..10.7 


1889.10 


iS 


3 


B and C ) 
A and BC i 














141. 


122.49 


3 




1889.10 


/3 


3 


3331 


P 1020 


W Vl'". 387 


IS 


46 


28 49 


158-S 


1.27 


8.2 


. .10.0 


1891.22 


P 


2 




3332 


S3116 


Monocerotis 33 


IS 


49 


-II 43 


19.2 


4-48 


6.2 


. .10.4 


1831.16 


S 


5 


6.2 very wh. 


3333 


S 899 


I, 12148 


IS 


SO 


17 38 


20.3 


2.38 


7.0 


.. 8.0 


1831.23 


s 


3 


Yel'sh wh.; wh. 


3334 


A. G. no 


A. G. Lund 3264 


IS 


SS 


37 37 


329-9 


11.06 


8.9 


.. 9-1 


1902.80 


/3 


2 




3335 


OS 138 rej. 


L I214S 


16 





27 II 




I.? 


7 


. .10 





OS 






3336 


H2314 




16 


4 


49 35 


346-3 


10± 


11 


. .11-12 


1830 + 


H 






3337 


Ho 233 


DM (16°) III8 


16 


13 


16 35 


37-1 


1.67 


8.2 


. .11 


1887.09 


Ho 


2 




3338 


S514 


5 Lyncis 


16 


20 


58 29 


139-5 


20 ± 


6-7 


..14 


1830 + 


H 




A and B ) 
A and C ) 














272.1 


95-44 




-• 9 


1825.06 


S 


2 


3339 


S8g6 


DM (51°) I188 


16 


21 


SI 56 


82.3 


19-93 


8-3 


.. 8.7 


1827.91 


S 


3 


White 


3340 


H726 


> • t • 


16 


35 


8 58 


88 ± 


i7± 






1820 + 


H 




AandB) 
A and C 5 














i48± 


i7± 




... 


1820 + 


H 




3341 


Hu 702 


DM (34°) 1336 


16 


39 


34 27 


323-6 


0.96 


8-5 


.. 9.0 


1902.83 


Hu 


I 




3342 


H387 


SD (2°) 1582 


16 


42 


- 2 56 


290 ± 


4-5 


10 


. .11 


1820+ 


H 






3343 


H3850 


SD (14°) 1418 


16 


43 


-14 33 


43-3 


I0± 


9 


.-13 


1836.2 


H 






3344 


H38 




6 16 


S3: 


- 5 41: 


240 ± 


i5± 


12 


--13 


1820+ 


H 







67 



e'' 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1 


880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epocli 


Observer 


Notes 


3345 


H703 


DM (20°) 1403 


6^ 16"" 54' 


20°20' 


40?7 


of 68 


9-0 


. . .10.0 


1902.70 


Hu I 




3346 


S517 




17 


± 


-16 33: 


192.3 


23-83 


10 


...loK 


1825.16 


S 2 


(Seep. 1067) 


3347 


H2316 




17 


I 


— 10 48 


93-0 


3± 


II 


. . . 12 


1830 + 


H 


"Neat star" 


3348 


A. G. Ill 


A. G. Leiden 2590 


17 


4 


31 53 


165.2 


7-16 


9-3 


.. 9-6 


1902.65 


^ 3 




3349 


S goo 


8 Monocerotis 


17 


25 


4 39 


25-9 


13.86 


4.0 


.. 6.7 


1831.74 


S 4 


Versi: bluish 


3350 


Espin 65 


DM (41°) 1438 


17 


35 


41 39 


87.5 


1.6 


9-2 


. .10.2 


1901 


Es 


(A. N. 3784) 


3351 


0. Stone 13 




17 


39 


-IS 47 


319-3 


5-29 


S'A 


. .10 


1875-99 


Cin I 


A and B / 
A and C ) 














335 ± 


I2± 




..io>^ 


1875-99 


Cin I 


3352 


Aeeg 


SD (9°) 1446 


18 


4 


-917 


62.2 


0.23 


9.0 


.. 9.0 


1904.04 


A 3 


(S»;. i. 0. N0.61) 


3353 


02 139 


L 12231 


18 


19 


22 31 


309-3 


0.85 


7-0 


-- 9-5 


1847.22 


OS 2 


White: olive 


3354 


2 901 


DM (10°) II28 


18 


22 


10 35 


247-5 


20.01 


7-7 


-- 9-5 


1829.21 


S 3 


A and B ) 

\ 7.7 ■wh. 
A and C ) 














i8o± 


20 ± 




--(16) 


1823 + 


H 


3355 


P97 


L 12260 


18 


29 


— I 21 


257-8 


I. 15 


7-2 


.. 9.2 


1876.00 


^ 3 




3356 


H727 





18 


29 


— 10 


3i5± 


6± 


II 


. .11 


1820-f 


H 




3357 


P568 


Canis Majoris 33 


18 


36 


-19 43 


155-1 


0.78 


7-0 


-- 7-3 


1878.21 


;3 I 




3358 


HU561 


DM (50°) 1308 


18 


47 


50 14 


331-4 


2.24 


9-0 


. .11.0 


1902.72 


Hu 2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


3359 


2903 


SD (12°) 1470 


18 


49 


-12 54 


294-3 


23-32 


7-0 


. .11.0 


1829.69 


S 2 


7.0 'white 


3360 


S518 


L 12304 


18 


59 


— 16 10 


89-5 


15.60 


8 


. .10 


1825.03 


S 2 




3361 


P 1191 


L 12262 


19 


8 


18 50 


161. 5 


'-33 


7-0 


.-13-8 


1890.93 


P 3 




3362 


A 324 


SD (4°) 1498 


19 


9 


- 4 22 


353-5 


0.96 


9.0 


.. 9-1 


1902.87 


A 2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. zg) 


3363 


H388 




19 


13 


29 55 


iSo± 


i5± 


II 


..11 + 


1820 + 


H 




3364 


Ku25 


DM (9°) 1235 


19 


19 


9 48 


121. 9 


3-79 


9-8 


--10.3 


1901.63 


Ku 2 


Kustner (3821) 


3365 


H3282 


DM (38°) 1492 


19 


27 


38 10 


325-3 


i6± 


9 


..IS 


1831 + 


H 




3365 


2 902 


DM(35°)I4I2 


19 


30 


35 2 


148.8 


II. 91 


8.4 


-- 9-4 


1831.61 


2 4 


8.4 yel. 


3367 


HU562 


DM (49°) 1497 


19 


36 


49 48 


3-4 


1.42 


8.7 


. .11.2 


1902.72 


Hu 2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


3368 


P569 


L1231S 


19 


37 


— 10 52 


120.7 


1.84 


8.Z 


..10.5 


1877.99 


P I 




3369 


Cordoba 


Cord. DM (27°) 2957 


19 


37 


-27 58 


242-5 


9-37 


8.0 


.. 8.5 


1879.19 


Cin I 




3370 


Ho 339 


SD(l9°) 1439 


19 


41 


-19 39 


194-5 


4.81 


8-3 


.. 9.0 


1890.20 


Ho 2 




3371 


Hu 109 


SD (10°) 1516 


19 


44 


-10 34 


68.7 


0.38 


9-3 


-- 9-5 


1900.19 


Hu 3 


(A. J. 485) 


3372 


02 140 


1/ 12289 


19 


45 


15 35 


123-4 


2.79 


7-0 


-- 9-5 


1847.22 


OS 3 


7.0 ivhite 


3373 


2 893 




20 




79 46: 


45-4 


16.86 


8.5 


. .10.0 


1831-35 


S 2 




3374 


A. G. 112 


DM (24°) 1270 


20 


8 


24 36 


208.8 


2.50 


9-0 


.. 9.1 


1902.50 


M 3 




3375 


2 904 


DM (51°) 1 195 


20 


16 


51 51 


163.6 


5-16 


9-0 


. . 10.2 


1829.59 


S 3 




3376 


Hu no 


SD (10°) 1521 


20 


19 


-10 5 


131-7 


2.25 


9-4 


.. 9-6 


1900.22 


Hu 2 


(^.7.485) 


3377 


2907 


DM (30°) 123s 


20 


26 


30 30 


301-7 


11-73 


8.7 


. .10.0 


1830.26 


S 2 




3378 


H728 


DM (—1°) 1240 


20 


29 


— I 46 


263± 


25± 


9 


. . 10 


1820 + 


H 




3379 


2905 


■vr VI''. 514 


20 


31 


40 12 


117. 4 


1-83 


8.0 


. .10.0 


1833-14 


S 3 


8.0 white 


3380 


2911 


W Vl''. 566 


20 


33 


4 9 


159-3 


13-78 


8.5 


.. 8.5 


1829.72 


S 2 


YeVsh 


3381 


2906 


DM(37°)I5I6 


20 


34 


37 27 


335-9 


6.62 


8-3 


-- 9-5 


1828.79 


S 3 


8.3 luhiie 


3382 


2 910 


P VI''. 105 


20 


36 


31 


150.5 


66.15 


6.U 




1831.68 


S 2 


A and BC ) gc 
BandC 5 y'^'''' 














170.9 


0.67 


8-3 


.. 9.0 


1829.53 


S 3 


3383 


Sh7o 


IS Geminorum 


20 


37 


20 52 


204.7 


32-69 


7 


- 9 


1822.09 


S I 


White: blue 


3384 


A. G. 113 


A. G. Leiden 2623 


20 


38 


31 20 


315-9 


10.93 


9-5 


.. 9-6 


1902.75 


/3 2 




3385 


2 909 


DM (35°) 1420 


20 


42 


35 20 


97-2 


12.97 


8.0 


. .10.9 


1830.14 


S 4 


i.oyel'sh 


3386 


Espin 66 




20 


42 


58 32 


275.2 


2-5 


9-1 


-• 9-3 


1901 


Es 


(A. N. 3784) 


3387 


H390 




20 


45 


24 22 


225 ± 


9± 


10 


. .10 


1820 + 


H 




3388 


2914 


SD(7°)I429 


20 


57 


- 7 26 


297-5 


21.04 


6.7 


.. 9-0 


1831.67 


S 2 


6.7 very wh. 


3389 


H2317 


DM (53°) 1029 


20 


57 


53 54 


49-8 


12± 


9 


--13 


1830 + 


H 




3390 


2913 


W Vl''. 553 


21 


2 


15 46 


48.2 


31-31 


7.8 


-• 9-7 


1829.51 


S 3 


7.8 white 


3391 


2908 


DM (53°) 1030 


21 


7 


53 56 


356.9 


8-54 


9.5 


-- 9.5 


1827.78 


S 2 




3392 


2912 


L 12326 


21 


38 


36 41 


27-3 


3-33 


8.2 


. .10.2 


1830.57 


S 3 


8.2 white 


3393 


Hu2i8 


SD(II°) 1493 


21 


40 


— II 46 


43-6 


1-35 


8.6 


--I3-0 


1900.23 


Hu 2 


(-4.7.494) 


3394 


H3859 


Cord. DM (26°) 3025 


21 


41 


-26 45 


252.9 


i5± 


9 


-- 9>^ 


1835.0 


H 




3395 


Schj. 4 


SD(S°) 1642 


21 


50 


- s 52 




40 ± 


9 


-■ 9-5 








3396 


S915 


DM (5°) 1249 


6 21 


50 


5 21 


39-2 


5-91 


8.0 


.. 9-0 


1833-49 


S 3 


White 



68 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



^^ 



Number 



Double Stat 



3397 



P 1192 



3398 
3399 
3400 

3401 
3402 



3403 
3404 
3405 
3406 

3407 
3408 

3409 
3410 
34" 
3412 

3413 
3414 
341S 
3416 

3417 
3418 
3419 
3420 

3421 
3422 

3423 
3424 
3425 
3425 

3427 
3428 

3429 
3430 
3431 
3432 
3433 
3434 
3435 
3436 
3437 
3438 
3439 



3440 



Star Catalogue 



V Geminorum 



A. G. 114 
A. G. 115 
^N. 141 
^ III. 43 
S919 



Arg. 14 

H391 
OS 141 

Ho 514 

H729 

H2318 

Ho 340 
02 142 

H3283 

5W. Ill 

Ku26 

P753 

2 917 rej. 

P 8g6 

Weisse 12 
2 gi6 
See 67 

P I02I 

S 920 
02 143 
2gi8 

5 IV. 28 

H3863 
02519 
2 921 

H2319 

H3865 

H3864 

02 144 rej. 

H731 

H730 
2926 
2 924 

H386e 
02145 

H 2320 

G.Anderson 3 



02 146 rej. 



R. A. i83o 



ghjim jqS 



DM (8°) 1352 
A. G. Leiden 2643 



II Monocerotis 



0. Arg. N. 6952 
DM (25°) 1301 
L 1240S 
L 12402 

Schj. 2227 
L 12423 
L 12240 

DM (20°) 1454 
DM (3°) 1264 
X Canis Majoris 

L 12414 

W= VI''. 647 
DM (56°) II30 
Cord. DM (23°) 3914 
■W Vl'". 648 
DM (4°) 1282 
W Vl". 6SS 
Aurigae 229 

0. Arg. S. 5177 

1, 12458 

DM (11°) 1204 
DM (47°) 1312 



L 12520 
L 12502 

W vi". 718 

DM (5°') 1280 
20 Geminorum 
0. Arg. S. 5202 
L 12500 
YT" VI''. 695 
DM (5°) 1283 



L I251I 



Decl. 1880 



20°I7' 



21 52 

22 35 
22 54 

22 54: 

23 



23 
23 I 
23 I 
23 7 

23 20 

23 22 

23 25 

23 27 

23 27 

23 37 

23 41 

23 43 

23 48: 



Position 
Angle 



23 
23 


4S 
57 


24 


2 


24 


2 


24 


8 


24 


8 


24 


12 


24 


21 


24 


24: 


24 


24 


24 


25 


24 


29 


24 


55 


25 


3 


25 


4 


25 


6 


25 


8 


25 


13 



25 


16 


25 


18 


25 


27 


25 


27 


25 


30 


25 


33 


6 25 


42 



8 38 
30 31 
21 41: 

- 7 3: 

- 6 57 



45 47 
25 46 

17 59 
22 37 

- 6 24 
-10 16 

18 2 

7 II 
12 42 

20 30 

3 26 
-32 30 

52 34: 
32 15 

21 48 
56 44 

-23 31 

28 28 

4 25 
17 I 
52 33 
17 i: 

-22 31 

IS 49 
II 20 

47 52 

-17 44 

-14 52 

3 

- 9 34 

29 SO 

5 51 
17 52 

-24 4 

15 47 

20 58 

5 2 



II 46 



Distance 



346-2 
329.1 
358.0 

13-3 
254.6 

II. 6 
359-5 
353-3 

293.6 
130.0 
101.7 

56.1 
220 ± 
240 ± 
142.4 
128.4 

20 ± 
280.0 

24.2 
352.2 
177-2 
167.2 
156.7 

47.2 

199-3 
210.8 

64-3 
250.6 
214.3 

86.0 
208.6 
104.4 
322.4 
213.0 

I2I± 
79.1 

3-8 

300.5 

253.8 

64-3 

43-3 

40 ± 

25± 

287.1 
209.8 

II2± 

338.7 
327.1 
282.4 
319.8 
28S.4 

197-5 
142.5 



Magnitudes 



ofi5 

112.54 

22.65 

53-90 

56.76 

92.13 

5-39 

3-97 

CI. II 

7-25 
2.46 

25-79 

5± 
i5± 

2.30 
19-34 

6± 

i5± 
6.40 
8.56 

I2± 

CI. V 

2. II 

1.29 
CI. IV 

0.89 

18.44 

8.47 

9. II 

2.60 
0.68 
9.26 
7-55 
4-45 
19.67 

2± 

8.13 
16.28 

3± 
i5± 
i8± 
20 ± 

I2± 

i5± 

5± 

10.67 

20.01 

3± 
2.03 

9± 
3-66 
7.20 
12.64 
13.28 
33-34 



8.7... 8.8 

...15.0 
...13.8 
...12.S 

...13-0 
9.2. . .10.0 
8.8... 9.1 



5-0. 



9 •• 
9 •- 
7-5-- 

7 •- 

10 . . 
9 .. 
7.2.. 
7.0.. 

11 . . 

10. I. , 

5.8. . 

8 ., 
7.0.. 

8.5. 

8.5., 

8.2. 

8.1. 

8.0. 

6.8. 

6.7. 

6>^. 
8.0. 
6.0. 

9 - 

9>^- 

rA- 
7 ■ 
9 • 

[O . 

7-3- 
6.0. 

8 . 
7.0. 

9 • 
7-5- 



Epoch 






5-7- 



■ 5-5 

. 6.0 

.12.5 

.10 

.12 

. 9-6 

.12.7 

.11 

.11 

.13-0 

.10.5 

.11 

.10.2 

• 7-7 
.10 
.10.0 
.13-0 
. 8.6 
. 9-8 

• 9-3 

• 9-4 
.11.2 

• 9-9 

• 7-7 

• 9 
.10.3 
. 8.2 
.11 

•14 

.11 
. .12 
, .10-11 
. .10 
. .11 
.. 8.7 
.. 6.9 
. .12 
.. 9.8 
. .12 
. .12.0 
..12.5 
-•13 
•13 
- 9-3 



1890.88 

1876.02 

1890.88 

1890.87 

1890.87 

1890.87 

1894.14 

1902.77 

1801. 

1781.80 

1831.23 

1831.23 

1878.02 

1820 + 

1848.88 

1895.64 

1820+ 

1830+ 

1891.65 

1848.71 

1831 + 

1795.79 

1901.61 

1892.14 

1879.00 

1879.56 

1903.01 

1829.93 

1897.83 

1892.16 

1829.82 

1852.38 

1829.26 

1782.28 

1837. 1 

1847. II 

1831.38 

1830+ 

1830+ 

1836.2 

1836.2 

1820 + 

1820+ 

1829.54 

1830.00 

1835.0 

1846.79 

1830+ 

1876.17 

1876.17 

1876.17 

1876.17 

1867.59 



Observer 



Lp 

iS 

S 

S 

/3 

? 

H 

OS 

Ho 

H 

H 

Ho 

OS 

H 

w: 

Ku 

? 
s 

|3 



s 

See 
Lv 
S 
OS 

s 

Bt 
H 
OS 

s 

H 

H 

H 

H 

OS 

H 

H 

S 

s 

H 

OS 

H 

HI 

HI 

HI 

HI 

A 



Notes 



B andC 
A and BC 
A and a 
A and h 
A and c 
A and d 



A and B I 

White 
B and C \ {AD= 
AandD ^ "o) 



(See p. 1067) 
A white 

(Sec p. 1067) 



Kustner (3821) 

From Cat. Nov. 
A and B ) 
A and C ) 

8.5 white 



8,0 white 
A golden y el. 
White 



YeVshiish.: hi. -wh. 



YeVsk wh.: ash 
YeVshwh,: hi. wh. 



A and B ^ 
A and C 
AandD 
A andE 

S-1 yeu 



69 



61^ 



I 




Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 








Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


3441 


H392 


W VI''. 702 


6'' 25'" 44' 


25°22' 


40? ± 


30" ± 


8 ... 8 + 


1820 + 


H 




(See p. 1068) 


3442 


¥ n. 37 


DM(S°) 128s 


25 45 


5 3 






.... 


1781 + 


3S 






3443 


OS 147 


I< 1249Z 


26 6 


38 10 


73-4 


42-93 


6.8... 8.5 


1849.76 


OS 


2 


A and B 1 












116. 1 


46.09 





1849.76 


02 


2 


A and CD |- 












114. 7 


0-55 


9.8. . .10.2 


1849.76 


OS 


2 


C and D 3 


3444 


H732 




26 8 


- 34 


3io± 


I4± 


10 ...10 


l820-f 


H 






3445 


H393 




26 10 


27 15 


255± 


I2± 


II . . .12 


1820+ 


H 






3446 


H 2321 


0. Arg. S. 5217 


26 12 


-20 33 


303-5 


8± 


8 ...10 


1830+ 


H 






3447 


A 670 


SD (9°) 1507 


26 13 


- 9 33 


198.6 


0.49 


8.5... 9-2 


1904.06 


A 


3 


(.Bui. L. 0. No. 61) 


3448 


A 216 


DM (31°) 1333 


26 22 


31 16 


109.8 


1.82 


9.0. ..13.8 


I90I.7S 


A 


3 




3449 


2 928 


W Vl''. 709 


26 26 


38 38 


134-4 


3-40 


7.4--- 8.0 


1829.98 


S 


4 


YeVsh wh,: wh. 


3450 


2 922 


DM (64°) 593 


26 33 


64 50 


136-3 


10.24 


7.2. . .11.0 


1831.80 


s 


2 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 












1-3 


26.18 


...10.5 


1831.80 


s 


2 


3451 


2 930 rej. 




26 43: 


8 6: 


.... 


III-IV 


8. . .9. . .10 




s 




From Cat. Nov. 


3452 


P98 


L 12564 


26 46 


- 5 15 


140.8 


1.05 


8.3. ..8.3 


1876.09 


A 


3 




3453 


See 68 


{' Canis Majoris 


26 51 


—23 21 


146.6 


24.81 


4.9. ..14.5 


1897-83 


See 


I 


A and B ) 
A and C 5 












303-1 


28.91 


...14 


1897.83 


See 


I 


3454 


2 931 rej. 




26 54: 


8 6: 




CI. IV 


9-10. . .11 




s 




From Cat. Nov. 


3455 


S524 


DM(22°) 1386, 1384 


26 54 


22 13 


242.9 


53-28 


7 --- 7K 


1824.99 


S 


3 


(See p. 1068) 
AandB ) 

A and C 5 












149.6 


106.51 


..(12-15) 


1824.03 


S 


I 


3456 


02 148 


W VI''. 725 


26 57 


37 9 


77-1 


2-54 


7. I. ..10.8 


1849.24 


OS 


4 


7.1 golden 


3457 


2929 


DM (37°) 1540 


27 10 


37 49 


24.6 


6.02 


7.1... 8.2 


1830.49 


S 


4 


YeVsh: very blue 


3458 


Hu 41 


SD (11°) 1524 


27 16 


-II 59 


195-5 


1-54 


8.5. ..12.2 


1900.03 


Hu 


2 


(^.7.480) 


3459 


H 2322 




27 23 


2 I 


322.2 


i5± 


10 ...10 + 


1830+ 


H 






3460 


2932 


W Vll". 779 


27 31 


14 51 


341-7 


2-43 


8.2... 8.3 


1830.53 


S 


3 


White 


3461 


H2324 




27 32 


2 4 


128. 1 


I2± 


10 ...12 


1830+ 


H 






3462 


2 923 rej. 


DM (59°) 998 


27 32 


59 31 




CI. IV 


6 . . .10 




S 






3463 


Hu 42 


SD (12°) 1535 


27 33 


-13 


176.7 


3-83 


9.0. ..II. 5 


1900.03 


Hu 


2 


{A. J. 480) 


3464 


Hu 219 


DM (61°) 895 


27 37 


61 7 


315-5 


0.69 


8. 5. ..II. 7 


1900.80 


Hu 


3 


(^. 7.494) 


3465 


2925 


DM (67°) 441 


27 41 


67 26 


92.7 


3-37 


7-8. ..10.3 


1831.94 


S 


3 


7.8 wh. 


3466 


Hu43 


SD (12°) 1540 


27 59 


— 12 I 


313-8 


I.H 


8.4... 8.8 


1900.03 


Hu 


2 


(.A.J. 480) 


3467 


P194 


DM (38°) 1537 


28 4 


38 5 


285.0 


0.91 


8.0... 8.5 


1875-43 


A 


4 




3468 


A 506 


A. G. Camb. 3344 


28 6 


28 21 


25. ;i 


0.26 


8.1... 8.6 


1903.87 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


3469 


2 938 


14 Monocerotis 


28 16 


7 40 


206.7 


10.27 


7.0. . .11.2 


1831.23 


S 


2 


7.0 very wh. 


3470 


2933 


W VI''. 767 


28 20 


41 14 


74-7 


25-54 


8.0... 8.5 


1829.27 


s 


3 


Very wh. 


3471 


H394 


W VI''. 816 


28 22 


- 2 59 


325 ± 


60 ± 


7 --- 9 


1820+ 


H 




Yellow: blue 


3472 


A 217 


DM (30°) 1275 


28 41 


30 12 


44-7 


0.17 


8.6... 8.9 


1901.83 


A 


4 




3473 


A. G. 116 


A. G. Lund 2398 


28 45 


38 19 


28.2 


2.15 


8.8... 9.1 


1902.80 


§ 


2 




3474 


02 149 


W= VI''. 699 


28 55 


27 23 


350.7 


0.53 


6.5... 9.0 


1848.23 


OS 


3 




3475 


Ho 234 


SD (11°) 1536 


28 55 


-II 8 


185.6 


0-37 


8.2... 8.2 


1888.64 


Ho 


3 




3476 


A 507 


SD (6°) 1617 


28 55 


- 6 4 


240.8 


0-44 


9-7---10.5 


1903.84 


A 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


3477 


Ho 235 




28 56 


— II 10 


54.8 


2.85 


10.5. . .11 .0 


1890.08 


Ho 


2 




3478 


A 508 


SD (8°) 1480 


28 56 


- 8 31 


130.8 


0.27 


9-1.-- 9-5 


1903.86 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. so) 


3479 


S935 


DM (52°) 1106 


28 58 


52 24 


322.2 


3-41 


8.2... 9.0 


1829.58 


S 


3 


White 


3480 


2940 


Rad'. 1773 


29 2 


38 33 


293.2 


10. II 


8.0. . . lO.O 


1828.77 


S 


2 


8.0 vthite 


3481 


2934 


DM(55°)iioi 


29 9 


55 8 


329-5 


4-05 


8.7--- 9-5 


1831.30 


s 


4 




3482 


H733 




29 10 


— 2 2 


355± 


5± 


10 ...12 


1820+ 


H 






3483 


Ho 341 


L 12628 


29 17 


13 47 


134-4 


1-38 


7 ...12 


1891.65 


Ho 


2 




3484 


2936 


DM (58°) 949 


29 20 


58 12 


254.9 


1. 61 


7.0... 8.7 


1831.64 


S 


3 


Yel.: blue 


3485 


H3871 


Lao. 2337 


29 28 


-29 32 


353-1 


I0± 


7^--. 8 


1837.1 


H 






3486 
3487 


Hu 220 
2939 


SD (13) 1553 
DM(5°)I3IS 


29 32 
29 32 


-13 55 
5 24 


77-0 
106. 1 


1 .00 
29.84 


9.0. . .11.0 
8.1... 8.7 


1900.20 

1832.18 


Hu 

S 


2 
4 


(A.J. 494) 
A and B 1 












49-3 


39-76 


... 9.0 


1832.18 


S 


4 


A and C >■ 


3488 
3489 


2 937 rej. 
H395 


DM (27°) 1 172 


29 40: 
6 29 47 


59 32: 
27 23 


3-0 

I40± 


34-27 
CI. IV 

I0± 


7-8... 10 
9 ...n 


1832.18 
1820+ 


s 
s 
II 


4 


B and C ) 
From Cat. Nov. 



Within 121° Degrees of the North Pole 



&' 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A.I 


880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


3490 


S941 


W VI''. 820 


6" 30"" 1 1= 


4l°4i' 


77-6 


1-95 


7-0 


.. 8.0 


1830.29 


s 


4 


B/uz'sk luk,: pur' 
plzsh wh. 


3491 


H734 




30 


14 


— 9 22 


40 ± 


7± 


10 


= 10 


1820 + 


H 




"Fine double star." 


3492 


S942 


DM (23°) 1429 


30 


22 


23 45 


244.1 


3-29 


9.0. 


.. 9-2 


1830.89 


S 


3 


IVhitt 


3493 


P754 


Lac. 2350 


30 


22 


-33 55 


36-5 


0.78 


8.0. 


.. 8.2 


1892.18 


P 


2 




3494 


H396 




30 


30 


25 5 


30 ± 


4± 


II . 


. . [2 


1820 + 


H 






3495 


S943 


DM (23°) 1432 


30 


33 


23 J7 


155-9 


15.46 


8.5. 


.. 9-0 


1829.74 


S 


2 


White 


3496 


¥V.7I 




30 


42: 


16 33: 













¥ 






3497 


OS 150 


W» VI". 846 


30 


49 


42 6 


351 -I 


0.34 


7.1. 


.. 8.0 


1847.27 


OS 


4 




3498 


H736 


.... 


30 


49 


- 6 12 


45 ± 


8± 


II . 


. .12 


1820 + 


H 




A and B ) 
A and C ) 














280 ± 


5± 




..14 


1820 + 


H 




3499 


S529 


W VI''. 883 


30 


51 


12 17 


162.9 


91.99 


7 - 


•• 9 


1825.12 


S 


2 


A and B 
A and C 5 














170.7 


187.91 




.. 8 


1825.12 


S 


2 


3500 


Ho 515 


DM (9°) 1281 


30 


58 


9 14 


254-5 


9-94 


8 . 


. .12.2 


1895.64 


Ho 


4 


{A. N. 3557) 


3501 


H2323 





30 


59 


72 24 


4-7 


6± 


lO-II 


. . .11 


1830 -f 


H 




"Neat" ^^" P- '°*^) 


3502 


Arg. 15 


0. Arg. S. S344 


31 


7 


-24 2 


240 ± 


30 ± 


1% 


.. 8K 


1875 + 


P 






3503 


Sh73 


y' Cants Majoris 


31 


8 


-18 34 


259.9 


17-24 


6'A 


.. 8 


1821.22 


Sh 


I 


Whitt: lluish 


3504 


P755 


Argus 34 


31 


14 


-36 41 


250 ± 


i± 


6.0 


.- 7-5 


1879.79 


P 




A and B ) 
AB and C ) 














295 ± 


20 ± 




•-13 


1837-9 


H 




3505 


Howe 13 




31 


18: 


-16 2: 


300.3 


II. 19 


8.0. 


.. 9.0 


1876.79 


Cin 


I 




3506 


Weisse 13 


W VI''. 862 


31 


19 


42 21 






9 






... 






3507 


OS 151 rej. 


L 12687 


31 


21 


27 54 


137-6 


29.26 


6.8 


-- 9-7 


1867.91 


A 


3 


6.8 ■mhite 


3508 


S528 


W VI". 883 


31 


29 


31 42 


25-9 


80.7: 


8 . 


. .11 


1825.17 


S 


2 




3509 


H40 


SD (5°) 1713 


31 


38 


- 5 33 


90 ± 


30 ± 


II . 


. .12 


1820 + 


H 






3510 


H3876 


L 12755 


31 


38 


-22 31 


338-5 


i5± 


8 . 


. .12 


1837-1 


H 






35" 


Hn8o 


SD (14°) 1511 


31 


41 


-14 9 


131-9 


4.29 


9-0 


.. 9-0 


1888.15 


Com 


3 




3512 


S944 


DM (48°) 14II 


31 


44 


48 22 


53-3 


6.60 


8.0 


. .10.0 


1829.59 


S 


3 


8.0 wA. 


3513 


HU563 


DM (48°) 1412 


31 


44 


48 18 


329-9 


0-74 


9.0. 


..lo.s 


1902.71 


Hu 


3 


(5k/. L. 0. No. 27) 


3514 


H 2326 




31 


44 


20 3 


90.0 


6± 


10 


. . II 


1830 + 


H 






3515 


S945 


DM (41°) 1484 


31 


55 


41 5 


249.0 


1.06 


7-1 


.. 8.0 


1830.77 


S 


6 


White 


3516 


H2325 


DM (59°) 1006 


31 


57 


59 49 


13s ± 


20 ± 


9 


..14 


1830 + 


H 




8.3in. in DM. 


3517 


A. G. 117 


A. G. Lund 3425 


31 


58 


39 26 


117. 6 


8.98 


8.7. 


.. 9.1 


1902.80 


/3 


2 




3518 


OS 152 


54 Aurigae 


31 


59 


28 22 


40.2 


0.86 


6.0. 


.. 7-8 


1850.05 


OS 


5 


Bluish wh.: wh. 


3519 


H73S 


DM (35°) 1462 


32 


6 


35 32 


80 ± 


3± 


9 ■ 


..II 


1820 + 


II 




"Very clee:ant, ruddy'' 


3520 


A 509 


SD (8°) 1499 


32 


7 


- 8 41 


139-4 


1.38 


7-5- 


. .10.0 


1903.86 


A 


3 


AandB) (5„/_t. 0. 
A and C 5 "^'"-S") 














72.6 


8.96 




.14.5 


1903.86 


A 


2 


3521 


HS 


DM (9°) 1322 


32 


35 


9 45 


272.6 


0.66 


7-8 


.. 7-8 


1894-13 


HS 


3 




3522 


Howe 14 


SD (13°) 1580 


32 


38 


— 14 


34-0 


9.48 


8.2 


. .11.2 


1879.14 


Cin 


2 




3523 


Comstock 


SD (13°) 1584 


32 


48 


-13 43 


268.7 


6.87 


9 


. .11 


1888.14 


Com 


I 




3524 


A. G. 118 


A. G. Alb. 2325 


32 


52 


2 26 


307-3 


34.80 


8-5 


• - 9-5 


1903.08 


Cg 


3 




3525 


H 2327 




32 


57 


— 10 21 


52-3 


7± 


10 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 






3526 


P571 


W' vi''. 956 


33 


2 


13 5 


316.2 


^-73 


6.0 


. .12.0 


1877.95 


P 


I 




3527 


S947 


DM (19°) 1433 


33 


19 


19 32 


176.8 


18.48 


8-5 


. .11.2 


1830.20 


2 


3 


i.syel. 


3528 


H3877 


SD (22°) 1483 


33 


24 


-22 56 


351-I 


I2± 


9 


■ • 9 


1835.1 


H 






3529 


H2329 




33 


26 


3 40 


83-3 


I0± 


lO-I 


. . .11 


1830 + 


H 






3530 


H737 


SD (6°) 1653 


33 


30 


- 6 8 


240 ± 


i5± 


9 


. II 


1820 + 


H 






3531 


Hn 81 


SD (13°) 1587 


33 


31 


-13 56 


187.0 


4. 10 


8.8 


..II.O 


1888.39 


Com 2 




3532 


H397 


W» VI". 961 


33 


47 


28 19 


30 ± 


25 ± 


8 


..19 


1820 + 


H 




A and B ) 
A and C ) 














5o± 


40 ± 




.-13 


1820 + 


H 




3533 


Barnard 5 


DM (58°) 960 


33 


49 


58 3 


194-7 


85.64 


9.0 




1898.67 


Bar 


2 


A and BC ) 
B and C ) 














316. 1 


0.77 


II. 


. .11.2 


1898.26 


Bar 


I 


3534 


S951 


W" VI". 978 


33 


51 


9 56 


308.9 


21-35 


8.5 


..10.7 


1830.70 


S 


4 


A and B ) 
B and C ) 














229.2 


11.56 




. .12 


1878.16 


P 


I 


3535 


0. Stone 14 


SD (7°) 1509 


33 


51 


- 7 56 


226.8 


o.9± 


8.6 


.. 9-2 


1878. OS 


Cin 


I 




3536 


Ho 236 


w» vi". 981 


33 


55 


20 45 


202.5 


17-34 


7.2 


.■13 


1890. II 


Ho 


2 




3537 


Hu44 


SD(II°) 1577 


33 


57 


-11 36 


146. 1 


2.28 


8.5 


.-13-2 


1900.06 


Hu 


2 


{A. J. 480) 


3538 


Ha83 


.... 


6 34 




—20 25: 


igoi 


i8± 






1881.20 


Hd 







71 



61^ 







Burnham: 


General Catalogue of Double Stars 










Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. I 


B80 


Dccl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 




3539 


H2331 


DM (3°) 1348 


6" 34"° 


0' 


3°39' 


290° ± 


iS"± 


7-8... 17 


1830 + 


H 


AandB) "B est. 

\ from dia- 
AandC) gram" 
















51.6 


30± 


...14 


1830 + 


H 




354° 


H2334 





34 


12 


—28 40 


286.1 


3± 


II ...11-12 


1830 + 


H 






3541 


2946 


P VI''. 174 


34 


15 


59 34 


133-5 


4.20 


7.2... 9.0 


1830.58 


S 3 


Wh.: Hue 




3542 


S950 


15 Monocerotis 


34 


22 


10 


208.6 
12.9 


2.76 
16.58 


6.0... 8.8 
.. .11.2 


1831.80 
1831.53 


S 5 
S 3 


AandB' 
AandC 


















307-1 


40. 


. . .11 


1841.23 


Da I 


AandD 


A."^ green: 
















139-2 


74-21 


... 9-1 


1874.42 


A 2 


AandE 


' Cblue 
















221.4 


155.78 


... 9-0 


1874.42 


A 2 


Aand F 


















261.9 


39.35 


... 9.5 


1873.81 


A 2 


F and G 






3543 


<i H 


DM (10°) 1223 


34 


26 


10 I 


45-9 


3.65 


9.1... 9.2 


1869.76 


^ 3 


A and B 


















221.3 


40.63 


... 9.2 


1873.94 


A 2 


AandC 




3544 


H2333 


SD (4°) 1612 


34 


26 


- 4 57 


189.8 


3± 


II ...11-12 


1830 + 


H 






3545 


S949 


W VI''. 1000 


34 


30 


5 49 


287.7 


3.40 


8.5... 9.0 


1831.88 


2 3 


White 




3546 


2954 


DM (9°) 1344 


34 


34 


9 35 


153-5 


12.72 


7.7. .10.2 


1829.88 


S 3 


■J. "J white 




3547 


2952 


DM (10°) 1227 


34 


34 


10 


295.2 


13-55 


9.0. . . 9.0 


1829.21 


S 2 






3548 


S953 


W VI''. lOOI 


34 


36 


9 6 


330.9 


7.09 


7.5... 8.0 


1832.19 


S 3 


Yel'sh: iluish 




3549 


23117 


DM (9°) 1349 


34 


46 


9 51 


93-2 


0.60 


8.9... 9.4 


1832.70 


S 4 






3550 


OS 153 re;. 


L12816 


34 


48 


25 35 


70.8 


9-99 


7 ... 9-10 


1843.24 


Ma 2 






3551 


H2330 




34 


51 


48 55 


221.6 


4± 


11 = II 


1830 + 


H 






3552 


S3118 


DM (9°) 1351 


34 


53 


9 56 


174.8 


2-43 


9.0... 9.5 


1831.20 


S 3 






3553 


H2335 


DM (1°) 1458 


34 


56 


I 18 


lOI.I 


I0± 


9-10.. 13 


1830 + 


H 






3554 


A2i8 


DM (30°) 1303 


34 


56 


30 48 


246.8 


0.17 


8.3... 8.4 


1901-83 


A 4 






3555 


H2328 


0. Alg. H. 7153 


35 


I 


52 53 


175-9 


40± 


8-9. . .10-11 


1830+ 


H 






3556 


Ku27 


DM (14°) 1396 


35 


21 


14 58 


185.8 


7.06 


9.5--- 9-8 


1901.63 


Ku 2 


Kustner (3821) 




3557 


2 955 


SD (7°) 1524 


35 


24 


- 7 53 


272.6 


0.88 


8.7... 9-0 


1830.65 


S 2 


AandB ) 

\ White 
AB and C ) 
















188.4 


11.44 


... 8.5 


183I.4I 


S 4 




3558 


A 325 


SD (3°) ISS3 


35 


32 


- 3 52 


77.8 


1-47 


8.0. . .11.0 


1902.83 


A 2 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 29) 




3559 


2948 


12 Lyncis 


35 


38 


59 34 


153-7 
304.2 


1-53 

8.67 


5.2... 6.1 
... 7-4 


1831.10 
183I.IO 


S 5 
S 5 


A and B AB 

A and C i^'iluish 




3560 


Ho 237 


Schj. 2327 


35 


47 


3 22 


i5o± 


o-3± 


7-5--- 7-5 


1887.14 


Ho 2 






3561 


H2337 


L 1289s 


35 


49 


— :i 12 


100.2 


iS± 


8 ...12 


1830 + 


H 






3562 


02154 


L 12831 


35 


53 


40 45 


136-6 


30.40 


6.7... 8.4 


1846.76 


OS 2 


YeU; hlue 




3563 


A 510 




35 


58 


28 I 


76.8 


0.56 


9.5-.-11-7 


1903.89 


A 2 






3564 


H41 





36 


0: 


- 6 28: 


225 ± 


20 ± 




1820 + 


H 






3565 


5 III. 114 




36 


18: 


9 51: 








1784. 


IS 






3566 


HU564 


DM (49°) 1540 


36 


19 


49 31 


103.8 


0.16 


9.0. . . 9.0 


1902.72 


Hu 2 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 




3567 


2956 


DM (1°) 1472 


36 


27 


I 50 


188.8 


4.56 


8.0. . .11.0 


1830.86 


2 3 


A and B ) 

f Z.o yel'sh 
A and C ) 
















154-7 


34-95 


... 8.7 


1830.86 


S 3 




3568 


S533 


e Geminorum 


36 


33 


25 IS 


93-7 


III. 58 


4 . . .10 


1825.04 


S 2 






3569 


P19 


L 12936 


36 


36 


-15 S3 


165.0 


3.52 


6.7... 9.0 


1876.26 


^ 3 






3570 


Hu45 


SD(I2°) 1591 


36 


43 


— 12 32 


176.6 


0.50 


9-0... 9-5 


1900.03 


Hu I 


M./.480) 




3571 


H2336 


DM (51°) 1231 


36 


43 


51 57 


152.0 


25 ± 


9 ...11-12 


1830 + 


H 


8.2 m. in DM 




3572 


A 511 


A. G. Camb. 3463 


36 


46 


28 29 


146.0 


1. 12 


9.0. . . 10. 


1902.96 


A 2 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 




3573 


HU46 


SD (12°) 1593 


36 


47 


— 12 11 


IS3-4 


2.47 


9.1. . .10.2 


1900.08 


Hu 2 


{A. J. 480) 




3574 


Ha84 





37 


: 


-21 35: 


300 ± 


2± 





1869.09 


Hd 






3575 


Lamont 3 


30 Geminorum 


37 


13 


13 21 


185. 1 


32.01 


6 ...12.5 


1836.24 


L 3 






3576 


A. G. iig 


DM (23°) 1480 


37 


20 


23 34 


76.8 


1.50 


8.5... 9.0 


1902.19 


Cg 3 






3577 


A 2ig 


A. G. Camb. 3467 


37 


22 


30 13 


316.3 


2.02 


9.2... 9.6 


1901.87 


A 3 






3578 


Hd 8s 





37 


22 


—20 30 


232.9 


4.18 


9 ...II 


1870.12 


Hd I 






3579 


P195 


0. Arg. S. 5539 


37 


26 


-23 7 


217.6 


6.0s 


7.0. . .11.0 


1877.13 


Cin I 


A and B 
Aand C 
















178.4 


35-04 


. . .12.0 


1892.15 


Lv I 




3580 


2 957 


DM (30") 1318 


37 


27 


30 57 


95-6 


3-42 


7.5... 9.0 


1831.5s 


S 3 


White; ash 




3581 


H. C.Wilson 4 


Cord. DM (23°) 4239 


37 


27 


-23 7 


350.6 


14.98 


8.0... 8.5 


1882.09 


W 2 






3582 


S534 


L 12973 


37 


43 


—22 19 


143.2 


18.25 


8 ...10 


1825.20 


S 2 






3583 


A 122 


A. G. Camb. 3471 


6 37 


50 


29 29 


30.0 


0-43 


8.2... 8.6 


1900.93 


A 2 







Within 121° of the North Pole 



6" 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A.I 


880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


3584 


OS 155 


L I2941 


6" 38" 2» 


24°48 


262? I 


14-91 


7-0 


... 9.9 


1854.48 


OS 4 




3585 


Sh75 


56 Aurigat 


38 


5 


43 42 


17. 1 


55-38 


6 


... 9 


1823.20 


Sh I 


Whiti: blue 


3586 


S959 


DM (13°) 1392 


38 


10 


13 53 


175.5 


11.64 


8-7 


... 9-0 


1828.19 


S 3 


White 


3587 


S958 


0. Arg. S. 7206 


38 


II 


55 SO 


256-7 


5.07 


6.0 


... 6.0 


1830.91 


S 3 


White 


3588 


H3284 




38 


28 


36 19 


89.0 


3± 


12 


. . .12 


183I + 


H 




3589 


A. 6. 120 


A. G. Alb. 2381 


38 


31 


3 48 


So± 


6± 


8.1 


.. .10.0 


.... 






3590 


H2338 


DM(s6'')iiS4 


38 


43 


56 5 


257-2 


I5± 


9 


.. .11-12 


1830+ 


H 




3591 


A. G. 121 


A. G. Alb. 2390 


39 


16 


5 I 


21.2 


24-73 


9.1 


...10.2 


1903.07 


M 3 




3592 


A 57 


SD(3°)iS76 


39 


19 


- 3 51 


235-7 


0.97 


8.8 


...12.S 


1900.18 


A 3 


A and B ) 
A and C 5 














320.3 


4-98 




..14.5 


1900.20 


A 2 


3593 


Ho 238 


W VI". 1169 


39 


20 


18 20 


185.8 


0-4S 


8.5 


.. 8.5 


1887.21 


Ho I 




3594 


H738 


.... 


39 


52 


— 10 40 


30 ± 


5± 


10 


. . .11 


1820 + 


H 




3595 


H 1 158 


.... 


39 


53 


-10 47 


140 ± 


8± 


12 


..12 


1820 + 


H 




3596 


A. 6. Clark I 


CanisMajoris (Sirius) 


39 


53 


-i6 33 


84.6 


10.07 






1862.19 


Bd 3 




3597 


Hd86 




40 


: 


-ig i: 


sf 


7± 


9 


. .11 


1869.08 


Hd 




3598 


Hd87 




40 


: 


-20 35 


87.1 


7-92 


10 


. .11 


1867.08 


Hd I 




3599 


Hd88 





40 




—20 40: 


I00± 








1867.08 


Hd 


"Close; doubtful" 


3600 


S960 


P Vl". 2IS 


40 


I 


53 10 


66.4 


21.93 


7-3 


.. 9.2 


1829.21 


2 3 


7.3 white 


3601 


OS 156 


L I3021 


40 


23 


iS 19 


342.5 


0.42 


6-5 


.. 7.0 


1844.99 


OS 4 


White 


3602 


S 967 rej. 


SD (5°) 1797 


40 


25 


- 6 


I9I-5 


ii-S 


8.0 


..12 


1832.2 


s 




3603 


Ho 516 


Lac. 2434 


40 


27 


-30 28 


223.1 


4-35 


7 


. .11 


1898.15 


Ho 2 




3604 


S96S 


W Vl". 1 187 


40 


36 


" 3 


3SI-8 

322.2 

70.9 


5-49 
14-35 
47.02 


8.3 


..10.3 
••13 
.. 8.7 


1829.86 
1879.16 
1829.86 


S 3 
? 2 
S 3 


AandB 
AandC • 
A and D ) 


3605 


H4a 




40 


41: 


- 6 17: 


50 ± 


30 ± 


9 


. .11 


1820 + 


H 


Probably SD(6") 1732 


3606 


Sg62 


DM (26°) 1358 


40 


42 


26 so 


241.2 


25-72 


8.5 


.. 8.5 


1830.24 


S 3 


White 


3607 


¥ n- 71 




40 


55 = 


41 12: 


45-4 








1783.29 


Ijl I 


AandB ) 
C and D J 
















17.68 






1783.21 


W I 


3608 


H389I 


B. A. C. 2219 


40 


57 


-30 49 


220.0 


5-0 


6 


..10 


1838.0 


H 




3609 


0. stone 15 





41 


: 


-20 35: 


143-2 


2-75 


9.0 


.. 9.0 


1876.01 


Cin I 




3610 


Hd89 


.... 


41 


: 


—20 40: 


P 


6± 


9 


. .10 


1870. II 


Hd 




361 1 


P756 


I>M(39°)i7S4 


41 


7 


39 36 










.... 






3612 


Espin 15 


DM(46°)lI92 


41 


10 


46 19 


274-0 


27.20 


6.8 


. .10.2 


1899. 11 


Es 2 


(^. AT. 3717) 


3613 


H2340 





41 


13 


-29 13 


0.0 


6± 


10 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 




3614 


Howe 15 





41 


20: 


-20 23: 


212.4 


14-35 


9.0 


. .10.0 


1876.01 


Cin I 




3615 


OS 157 


L 13080 


41 


38 


28 


7.5 


0.71 


7.5 


.. 8.0 


1847.74 


OS 2 


White 


3616 


S964 


DM (43°) 1604 


41 


42 


43 S3 


195-S 


1.69 


8.3. 


.. 9.0 


1831.29 


2 3 


White 


3617 


Howe 16 


.... 


41 


50: 


—20 30: 


189.8 


2.3± 


9-0 


. .11.0 


1876.01 


Cin I 




3618 


S966 


DM (40°) 1729 


41 


51 


40 5 


112. 3 


5. II 


8.2. 


. .10.2 


1831.91 


2 3 


Z.iyeVsh 


3619 


H234I 


0. Arg. S. 5667 


41 


52 


-20 33 


86.4 


45 ± 


8-9. 


. . 9-10 


1830 + 


H 


"In a fine cluster" 


3620 


Hd go 





42 


: 


-22 3: 


.... 








1881.20 


Hd 


No description 


3621 


H2343 


Cord. DM (29°) 3458 


42 


4 


-29 7 


91.0 


25 ± 


9-10. 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 




3622 


S970 


SD(ll°) 1636 


42 


12 


-II 36 


128.6 


20.08 


8.5. 


.. 9.0 


1830.52 


2 3 




3623 


A. 6. 122 


DM (8°) 1509 


42 


19 


8 SI 


217-3 


2.75 


10. 


..10 


5 


1894.14 


Lp 




3624 


Sgeg 


W' Vl''. 1254 


42 


19 


— 10 58 


316.3 


6.62 


7.2. 


. .10 


2 


1830.84 


2 3 


7.2 "white 


3625 


S963 


14 Lyncis 


42 


30 


59 35 


51-5 


0.90 


5-9 


•• 7 


I 


1830.88 


2 7 


Gold: purple 


3626 


A 58 


SD (3°) 1603 


42 


39 


- 3 58 


146.8 


4.10 


7.6 


.. 8 


3 


1900.14 


A 3 




3627 


Espin 67 


DM (40°) 1734 


42 


49 


40 38 


309 -7 


6.2 


8.2 


-• 9 


3 


190I 


Es 


(A. N. 3784) 


3628 


S971 


SD (13°) 1660 


42 


SO 


-13 18 


331-0 


1. 85 


8.2 


.. 8 


S 


1829.86 


2 3 




3629 


S 972 rej. 


SD(IS°)I5I9 


42 


57 


-IS 12 





III-IV 


8-9 


.. 8-9 




S 


From Cat. Nov. 


3630 


Ho 239 


W Vl'". 1267 


43 


8 


'4 50 


132.9 
336.4 


0.36 
36.10 


8.0 


.. 8.5 
. .11 


1887.21 
1887.10 


Ho I 
Ho I 


AandB ) 
AB and C \ 


3631 


H43 


.... 


43 


11: 


- 6 17: 


275 ± 


20 ± 






1820 + 


H 




3632 


H44 


.... 


43 


17: 


— 6 20: 


90 ± 


i5± 


12 


•-13 


1820 + 


H 




3633 


S968 


I, 13052 


43 


17 


52 50 


287.3 


20.56 


8.0 


.. 9.0 


1830.22 


S 2 


White 


3634 


H2344 


SD (9°) 1660 


6 43 


18 


- 9 27 


242. s 


I0± 


10 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 





73 



6^ 



Burnhatn : General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Numbei 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


363s 


^20 


L 13170 


6'' 43°" 25' 


-16° 4' 


29?8 


3 '20 


7.7--.II-I 


1876.42 


A 


4 






3636 


A. Clark 4 


Cants Majoris 89 


43 


32 


-IS I 


286. s 


I± 


6^... 9 


1858. I 


J 


2 






3637 


Espin 68 


DM (40°) 1738 


43 


42 


40 33 


75.0 


8-7 


8.0. ..lO.O 


I90I 


Es 




{^. AT. 3784) 




3638 


Espin 6g 


DM (51°) 136S 


43 


48 


51 46 


132.4 


5-1 


9.2. . .10.2 


I90I 


Es 




(,A. N. 3784) 




3639 


H2342 


0. Aig. N. 7293 


43 


S3 


49 40 


43-5 


i8± 


9 ---14 


1830 + 


H 




"Triple" 
















74-4 


25 ± 


...14 


1830 + 


H 






3640 


H2345 




43 


57 


19 23 


116. 4 


8± 


II ...II 


1830 + 


H 








3641 


OS 158 rej. 


Rad». 1823 


44 





51 40 


304-3 


16.82 


7.0. ..II. 3 


1868.33 


A 


3 


7.oyel. 




3642 


HuCiS 


DM (49°) 1557 


44 


S 


49 25 


319-8 


1. 58 


9.0. . .12.0 


1902.99 


Hu 


2 






3643 


H2339 


DM (71°) 372 


44 


7 


71 4 


143-7 


I6± 


9 ---13 


1830 + 


H 








3644 


A 59 


SD (5°) 1820 


44 


IS 


- 5 42 


147-S 


4-37 


8.4. ..12.5 


1900.14 


A 


3 


(^. A?. 3668) 




3645 


A 60 


SD (2°) 1784 


44 


16 


- 2 56 


128.8 


0.97 


9.0... 9.5 


1900.16 


A 


3 


(/l.iV. 3668) 




3646 


S976 


W' VI''. 1307 


44 


20 


18 48 


117. 6 


35-71 


8.0... 8.8 


1829.90 


S 


3 






3647 


P1193 


36 Geminorum 


44 


21 


21 54 


355-0 


10.81 


S-7---I4-S 


1890.90 


/3 


3 






3648 


A 512 


A. G. Camb. 3544 


44 


22 


25 II 


142.4 


0.26 


9-0... 9-3 


1903.89 


A 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 


50) 


3649 


S538 


Lac. 2461 


44 


39 


—24 


3-3 


27.81 


8 ... 9 


1825.14 


S 


2 






3650 


P897 


Monocerotis 97 


44 


42 


- 23 


30.9 


5.60 


6.5. . .12.0 


1879.14 


/3 


3 






3651 


Ho 26 


W VI''. 1319 


44 


44 


20 28 


200.8 


5.06 


8.5. ..12.0 


1882.74 


Ho 


2 






3652 


P324 


Lac. 2462 


44 


45 


-23 56 


202.5 


1.88 


7.0. . . 8.0 


1877. II 


Cin 


2 


AandB 1 
















281.9 


30.30 


. . .11 


1825.16 


S 


3 


ABandC ■ 
















2-4 


30-27 


.-.13 


1898.14 


Doo 


3 


ABandD . 




3653 


S974 


59 Aurigae 


44 


46 


39 I 


222.6 


22.26 


6.7. . .10.0 


1831.II 


2 


3 


6.7 yeVsh 




3654 


H328S 





44 


47 


38 17 


251.9 


I0± 


10 ...II 


183I + 


H 








3655 


A G. 123 


A. 6. Alb. 2449 


44 


47 


2 


263.6 


2.43 


8.8. ..10.2 


1903.09 


Cg 


3 






3656 


H399 





44 


47 


- 3 7 


40 ± 


3± 


12 — 12 


J[820 + 


H 




"Points to a star 


sp" 


3657 


H2347 


DM (5°) 1444 


44 


58 


5 42 


16.9 


i8± 


9-10 = 9-10 


1830+ 


H 








3658 


Hdgi 





45 




-20 45: 


348.5 


9.90 


9 ...10.5 


1867.08 


Hd 


I 






3659 


p898 


0. Arg. S. S7S3 


45 





-IS 53 


356.2 


2-95 


7.8.. .11.3 


1879-75 


P 


5 


A and B 1 
















171-7 


1-54 


9.8. . .10.6 


1879.52 


/3 


3 


C and D >• 
















283.1 


96.50 


.... 


1879.69 


/3 


2 


AandC ) 




3660 


H2349 




4S 


16 


— 10 


270± 


I0± 


10 ...13 


1830+ 


H 




"Pest, from diagram*! 


3661 


Hn82 


SD (11°) 1660 


45 


18 


— II 38 


222.8 


1.70 


9-3-. -10. 4 


1888.41 


Coir 


3 






3662 


A 513 


A. G. Camb. 3561 


45 


23 


25 7 


345-" 


0.42 


8.7... 8.8 


1903.89 


A 


2 


(BTil. L. 0. No. 


so) 


3663 


H741 


SD (9°) 1680 


45 


31 


- 9 58 


225 ± 


i5± 


8 ...14 


1820+ 


H 








3664 


H739 


DM (28°) 1266 


45 


32 


28 SI 


3io± 


9± 


9 ...12 


1820+ 


H 








3665 


Hn83 


SD (11°) l66l 


45 


36 


-II 17 


166.0 


3-II 


9-7--- 9-7 


1888.41 


Com 


3 






3666 


H740 


DM (0°) l66o 


45 


38 


36 


I3± 


20 ± 


8-9... 10 


1820+ 


H 








3667 


H2346 




45 


58 


52 IS 


326.2 


IS± 


10 ...13 


1830+ 


H 








3668 


Hu6i6 


DM (33°) 1427 


46 


12 


33 50 


304.6 


0.18 


9.1... 95 


1902.76 


Hu 


2 






3669 


Innes 182 


Tar. 2774 


46 


IS 


-28 35 


141-4 


0.74 


8.4... 9.2 


I90I.I3 


I 


I 






3670 


S977 


DM (48°) 1450 


46 


20 


48 43 


128.7 


1.70 


8.0... 9.5 


1831-93 


S 


3 


8.0 'white 




3671 


2 975 rej. 


DM (65°) 550 


46 


20 


65 26 




CI. Ill 


7-8... II 




S 




From Cat. Nov. 




3672 


Innes 431 


Tai. 2777 


46 


23 


-28 36 


321.5 


0-37 




1902.22 


I 


I 


A and B 
AB and C 
















161. 


8± 


9 = 9 


1835-1 


H 






3673 


H 401 


DM (23°) 1527 


46 


24 


23 41 


225 ± 


12-15 


9 ...II 


1820+ 


H 








3674 


H2348 




46 


25 


52 14 


207 ± 


25 ± 


10 ...10 + 


1830+ 


H 








3675 


H400 




46 


27 


28 12 


28s ± 


8-10 


10= 10 


1820+ 


H 








3676 


H402 




46 


39 


23 44 


235 ± 


I0± 


10 = 10 


1820+ 


H 








3677 


Arg. 16 


0. Arg. S. 5806 


46 


49 


-18 30 


i7o± 


25 ± 


8>^...io 




^ 








3678 


OS 159 


15 Lyncis 


46 


54 


58 35 


323-4 


0-53 


5.1... 6.2 


1844.04 


OS 


4 


A and B 
AB and C 
















342.0 


23-S8 


...13.0 


1878.50 


/3 


2 




3679 


P325 


Arg. S. 5814 


46 


59 


-26 26 


32.1 


2.05 


8.0. . . 9.0 


1877. II 


Cin 


I 






3680 


Hd92 




47 




-19 i: 


»/ 


8± 


9 ...10 


1869.08 


Hd 








3681 


OS 160 


L 1327s 


47 


12 


21 19 


167. 1 


1.26 


6.8... 9.8 


1848.23 


OS 


3 






3682 


H2351 





47 


16 


18 8 


167.8 


7± 


I0-II..II-I2 


1830+ 


H 








3683 H 2352 




6 47 


17 


41 


21.6 


20 ± 


9 ...10 


1830+ 


H 









74 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



^^ 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 1 


38o 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


3684 


H23SO 


DM (54°) io8q 


gh^yn, 


18^ 


S4°47' 


224?S 


ior± 


9-10 


..lO-II 


1830+ 


H 




3685 


S978 


TeUscopii 30 


47 


22 


38 3 


98.9 


14.78 


7-0 


.. 9-8 


1831.IO 


2 3 


7.0 very yet. 


3686 


A 220 


DM (31°) 1440 


47 


31 


31 56 


53.6 


0.62 


9-1 


..12.0 


1901.88 


A 2 




3687 


OS (App) 79 


W Vl''. 14IO 


47 


39 


6 50 


89.1 


116. 14 


6.8 


•• 7-3 


1875.62 


^ 3 




3688 


S979 


0. Arg. W. 7370 


47 


43 


46 42 


209.7 


7.4s 


8.0 


.. 8.8 


1830.92 


S 3 


Very white 


3689 


S981 


W VI''. 1391 


47 


46 


30 19 


149.3 


3.67 


8.0 


.. 8.0 


1831.26 


S 3 


White 


3690 


OS 161 rej. 


L 13296 


47 


46 


21 43 


172.0 


19.65 


6.5 


..10.8 


1868.08 


^ 3 


i.iyel. 


3691 


H2353 


.... 


47 


49 


- 5 25 


163. 1 


i8± 


9-10 


. .11 


1830+ 


H 




3692 


Sg82 


38 Geminorum 


47 


S2 


13 20 


174-9 


5-73 


5-4 


.. 7.7 


1829.24 


2 5 


Yefsh: bluish 


3693 


S 985 rej. 


SD (4°) 1714 


47 


59 


- 4 15 




CI. IV 


8 


.. 9 


.... 


Z 


B=SD(4-)I7I3 


3694 


S973 


0. Arg. N. 7336 


48 


6 


75 24 


26.7 


11.93 


6.6 


.. 7-6 


1831.84 


2 4 


White 


3695 


See 71 


0. Arg. S. 5848 


48 


II 


-26 49 


100.5 


10.64 


6 


..14.7 


1897.84 


See I 




3696 


Sg88 


W VI''. 1441 


48 


IS 


- 9 53 


264.4 


33-06 


8.6 


.. 8.9 


1831.41 


S 4 




3697 


S987 


1-13341 


48 


16 


- 5 42 


163.5 


1. 13 


7.7 


.. 7-8 


1831.49 


S 3 


White 


3698 


S983 


DM (34°) 149s 


48 


17 


34 37 


36.6 


11.85 


7-7 


..II. 7 


1830.76 


2 2 


7-7 yel- 


3699 


A. G. 124 


A. G. Alb. 2495 


48 


19 


2 46 


207.3 


6.98 


8.6 


..10.3 


1903.14 


M 3 




3700 


S986 


DM (9°) 1432 


48 


19 


9 39 


167.2 


5.20 


8.3 


.. 8.8 


1828.20 


S 3 


Very ivh. 


3701 


S984 


DM (32°) 1442 


48 


25 


32 36 


167. 1 


6.02 


8.1 


..lO.O 


1831.95 


2 4 


8.1 yel^sh wh. 


3702 


S989 


DM (3°) 1456 


48 


29 


3 42 


213.0 
67.4 


8.26 
15.22 


8.8 


.. 9.7 
..11.5 


1831.54 
1831.54 


S 3 
S 3 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 


3703 


H4S 




48 


35: 


- 6 15: 


85 ± 


I0± 


10 


. .12 


1820 + 


H 




3704 


A 61 


SD (4°) 172I 


48 


37 


- 4 33 


269.5 


2.59 


9.1 


. .10.4 


1900.15 


A 3 


(.4. AT. 3668) 


3705 
3706 


S 990 
H742 


SD (14") 1633 
DM (29°) 1407 


48 
48 


SI 
57 


— 14 6 
29 8 


274.9 

5± 


3-27 
6± 


8.7 
9 


• • 9-3 
. .10 


1831.20 
1820+ 


S 3 
H 


White 


3707 


Ho 27 


DM (20°) 1633 


48 


58 


20 15 


126.2 


3-01 


9 


.- 9 


1882.23 


Ho 2 




3708 


A. G. 125 


A. G. Alb. 2500 


49 


11 


2 44 


251.0 


14.48 


8.9 


..10.3 


1903.14 


Cg 3 




3709 


H743 


.... 


49 


31 


— 6 40 


230 ± 


S± 


II 


. .12 


1820+ 


H 




3710 


S991 


DM (25°) 1509 


49 


40 


25 7 


172.4 


3.79 


8.0 


.. 9.0 


1830.54 


S 3 


Very wh.: bluish 


37" 


S993 


W VI*". 1469 


49 


40 


II II 


292. 5 


21.57 


8.7 


.. 9.2 


1828.19 


2 2 




371Z 


A. G. 126 


A. G. Lund 3603 


49 


45 


39 34 


76.0 


4.04 


9.0 


.. 9.2 


1902.80 


? 2 




3713 


S540 


17 Cants Majoris 


49 


52 


—20 15 


147.9 
184.3 

185.3 


45.03 

52.96 

128.36 


6 


..10 
. .12 
•IS 


1825.04 
1825.04 
1825.04 


S 2 
S 2 
S 2 


A and B 1 
AandC |- 
AandD ) 


3714 
3715 
3716 


S992 
P326 
H404 


SD (9°) 1733 
L 13404 


49 
49 
49 


SS 
57 
58 


— 9 20 

2 28 

27 29 


298.3 
62.8 
80 ± 


13.68 
1.25 
8± 


8.0 

8.0 

II 


.. 9.5 
-. 9.5 
= II 


1830.16 
1876.83 
1820 + 


2 2 
i 2 
H 


8.0 yei^sh 


3717 


Ho 28 





50 





27 8 


256.8 


5.37 


9.5 


.. 9-5 


1886.22 


Ho I 




3718 
3719 
3720 


A. G. 127 

S 993 rej. 
H743 


A. G. Alb. 2508 
W Vl'' 1502 
DM (—1°) 1463 


SO 
50 
SO 


S 

7 

12 


3 21 

— II 42 

- I S 


305 ± 


CI. IV 

7± 


8.6 

8 

9 


.. 8 
..10 


1820 + 


2 
H 


" Neat double star'* 


3721 


5 H. 123 


19 Canii Majoris 


SO 


25 


-19 59 


360.0 


CI. 11 






1799.08 


ISl I 




3722 
3723 


See 72 
S 980 


0. Arg. S. 5901 
DM (72°) 345 


50 
SO 


27 
27 


-21 53 
72 50 


39.0 
184. 5 


13-63 
3.26 


7 
8.6 


..12.3 

..lO.I 


1897.83 
1832.50 


See I 
S 5 


8.6 white 


3724 
3725 


A. G. 128 
S997 


DM (21°) 1445 
/I Canis Majoris 


50 
SO 


30 
36 


21 ID 

-13 S3 


343.5 


3.22 


9.3 
4.7 


.. 8.0 


1831.20 


S 3 


Yel.: blue 


3726 


Krzg 


DM (57°) 1025 


SO 


50 


57 I 


357-1 


6.37 


9.0 


.. 9.1 


1891 .21 


^ I 




3727 
3728 

3729 
3730 
3731 


0. Stone 16 
S998 
S 999 rej. 

H46 
OS (App) 80 


0. Arg. S. 5917 
SD(5°)l88l 

L 13439 


SO 
So 
51 
51 
SI 


58 
59 

18 


—25 22 

- s 19 

- 8 52: 

- 6 0: 
14 23 


97-6 
205.5 

97 ± 

53-0 

III. 5 

192.5 


3.80 

3-14 
CI. IV 

6± 
124.35 


7-5 

8.2 

8 

9 

7-0 


. .11.0 
.. 8.5 
. .10 
•15 

.. 7-2 
.. 8.0 


1877. II 
1831.49 

1820-f 
1876.36 
1876.36 
1876.36 


Cin 2 

S 3 
2 
H 

^ 3 
^ 3 
^ 3 


White 

From Cat. Nov. 

AandB 

A and C > J (I) 

B and C ) 


3732 
3733 


S994 
S541 


TeUscopii 36 
0. Arg. S. 5922 


SI 
6 SI 


21 

30 


37 16 
—22 29 


56.8 

43-1 
122.2 


25-57 
24.10 


7.2 
8 


... 7-5 
.. 9 
.. .10 


1831.40 
1825.16 
1825.16 


2 4 
S 2 
S I 


Very wh. 
A and 6 ) 
A and C ) 



75 



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Burnham: General Catalo£^ue of Double Stars 





Numbe 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 






3734 


A 514 


SD (9°) I74S 


6" 5 1" 38' 


- 9°56' 


96?o 


1-35 


9.0. 


.. 9-2 


1903.86 


A 


2 


(,Bul. L. 0. No. 50) 






3735 


S996 


WVI''. 1497 


51 39 


43 9 


166.8 


9-32 


8.0. 


.. 9-8 


1830.59 


S 


3 


AandB ) g,oyersh 
A and C $ «"^- 
















310.2 


17.16 


. 


..10.3 


1830.59 


s 


3 






3736 


Ho 517 


SD (19°) 1622 


51 47 


-19 17 


330 ± 


3± 


7 - 


-■13 


1890.07 


Ho 




(^. N. 3557) 






3737 


H2354 




SI 52 


52 14 


85.1 


3± 


10-11 


..14 


1830-1- 


H 




"Delicate" 






3738 


H2356 





SI 54 


-29 15 


81.9 


I0± 


9 - 


. .10 


1830 + 


H 










3739 


2 1000 


DM (25°) 1524 


51 59 


25 24 


66.9 


22.40 


7-7- 


.. 8.7 


1829.74 


S 


2 


White 






3740 


Hdgs 





51 59 


-19 37 


K 


8± 


9 - 


.. 9 





Hd 










3741 


Innes 432 





52 : 


-28 35 


213.2 


1.65 






1902.22 


I 


1 


(M. N. LXIV 132) 






3742 


H 3902 





52 8 


— 18 12 


49 ± 


I0± 


10 . 


. .10 


1834 + 


H 










3743 


P899 


•wvi". 1526 


52 9 


18 S3 


261.4 

174.2 

48.1 


0.68 
24.07 
40.46 


9.0. 


.. 9.0 
. .10 
•. 9 


1879.14 
1879.14 
1879.14 


/3 


I 
2 

2 


A and B ] 
AB and C • 
ABandD J 






3744 


A 326 


SD (4°) 1751 


52 23 


- 4 30 


137.0 


2.79 


9.2. 


- 9-4 


1902.83 


A 


2 


A and B ^g^^ ^ 
B and C ) "- No. 29) 
















75-1 


7.83 


. 


-13-0 


1902.79 


A 


1 






3745 


H405 





52 2S 


22 4 


220± 


6± 


10 . 


.10 + 


1820+ 


H 










3746 


P327 


L 13492 


52 28 


- 2 52 


100.8 


0.96 


7-5- 


. 8.0 


1876.83 


A 


2 


A and B ) 
AB and C \ 
















102.6 


13.22 




.11.5 


1876.83 


A 


2 






3747 


P 1060 


L I349I 


52 38 


3 46 


58.3 


3.01 


7-0. 


.12.0 


1889.15 


/3 


2 








3748 


H406 


DM (27°) 1291 


52 40 


27 56 


i95± 


I0± 


9 ■ 


.10 


l820± 


H 










3749 


A 515 


SD (9°) 1761 


52 44 


— 10 2 


306.1 


1.56 


8.2. 


. 9-5 


1903.86 


A 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 






3750 


2 1003 


SD (8°) 1652 


52 so 


- 9 


320.3 


3-85 


9.0. 


. 9-2 


1831.17 


S 


3 








3751 


2 1004 


SD(lI°) 1714 


52 50 


— II 16 


87.5 


18.43 


7.7- 


. 9.2 


1830.16 


S 


2 


7.7 very wh. 






3752 


02 162 rej. 


41 Geminorum 


52 57 


16 6 


164.9 


13-5? 


7 - 


.10 


1843.3 


Ma 


1 








3753 


A. G. 129 


A. G. Leiden 2917 


52 59 


32 6 


23.0 


6.05 


9.1. 


• 9.5 


1902.77 


/3 


2 








3754 


H407 


.... 


53 I 


35 33 


i65± 


3± 


11 


.12 


1820+ 


n 




Decl. corrected in H 
(VII) 






3755 


P 1022 


\P Vl''. 1557 


53 15 


27 26 


133-8 


0.48 


8.5. 


. 8.5 


1899.02 


/3 


I 


Aand B ) 
AB and C ) 
















196.3 


31-35 




.12.5 


1899.02 


/3 


1 






3756 


A. G. 130 


A. G. Limd 3634 


53 19 


40 


150.9 


13.23 


9.2.. 


• 9-3 


1902.80 


/3 


2 


A and B 1 
BandC) 
















244.9 


7-62 




.11.6 


1902.80 


/3 


2 






3757 


2 looi 


0. Arg. N. 7462 


53 21 


54 21 


64.0 
354-8 


8.90 
1.65 


7.1.. 


. 8.7 
. 9.0 


1831.48 
1831.48 


S 
2 


5 
5 


A and B ) 

i j.i golden 
B and C ) 






3758 


H746 




53 34 


- 13 


272 ± 


2± 


10 . . 


.11 


1820+ 


H 










3759 


H3287 


W VI''. 161S 


53 47 


7 


82.2 


i5± 


9-10 = 


= 9-10 


1831+ 


H 










3760 


2 1007 rej. 


W Vl'". 1610 


53 53 


12 53 


27.7 
302.5 
246.4 


9± 

12± 


8-9 = 


= 8-9 
.14 

.14 


1 831+ 
1831+ 
1831+ 


H 
H 
H 




A and B ,"l 
B and C - 
BandD 






3761 




c Canis Majoris 


53 54 


—28 48 


161. 2 


7.48 


2 . . 


. 9.0 


1850.10 






J 






3762 


2 1002 


DM (56°) 1173 


54 7 


56 37 


316-5 


30.17 


8.5. . 


. 9.0 


1829.76 


S 


2 








3763 


2 looS 


DM (26°) 1431 


54 10 


26 45 


270.2 


2.38 


8.0. . 


.10.0 


1830.93 


S 


3 


8.0 white 






3764 


Pioo 


W Vl''. 1620 


54 14 


12 34 


258.1 


3-27 


7.0.. 


.10.8 


1875.36 


A 


3 








3765 


A. G. 131 


A. G. Alb. 2558 


54 15 


2 49 


91.8 


3.71 


9.0.. 


- 9-3 


1903.11 


M 


3 








3768 


02 163 


L I3S50 


54 28 


II 57 


320.7 


0.57 


7.2.. 


- 8.5 


1848.57 


OS 


3 


AandB 1^3 
AB and C ) «'*'" 
















158.5 


14.18 




.12 


1879.03 


? 


I 






3769 


Hu III 


SD(lI°) 1728 


54 29 


— II so 


18. 1 


3-00 


8.7.. 


- 8.7 


1900.24 


Hu 


3 


(/«./. 485) 






3770 


A. G. 132 


A. G. Alb. 2566 


54 49 


3 13 


269.4 


6.67 


8.3.. 


.10.8 


1903.11 


^% 


3 








3771 


A 516 


SD (6°) 1873 


54 52 


- 6 47 


225.1 


3-34 


9.0.. 


.12.5 


1903.22 


A 


2 


i.Bul. L. 0. No. 50) 






3772 


See 73 


Lac. 2558 


54 56 


-27 44 


346.1 


0.27 


7.9.. 


. 8 


1897.77 


See 


I 


M.7.431) 






3773 


Ha95 


.... 


55 : 


-19 45: 


138.8 


9.90 


9 .. 


- 9 


1869.09 


Hd 


I 


A third star 15 m, 






3774 


H2355 


0. Arg. N. 7464 


55 


72 8 


245-2 


5o± 


7-8.. 


.11 


1830+ 


H 










3775 


2 1005 rej. 


DM (63°) 686 


55 9 


63 I 





CI. IV 


7 .. 


• 9 




S 




From Cat. Nov, 






3776 


See 74 


L 13620 


55 13 


-21 57 


230.4 


13-77 


6 .. 


-14-7 


1897.83 


See 


I 








3777 


A 517 


SD (2°) 1884 


55 18 


- 2 58 


34-9 


2-35 


9.1.. 


.13-8 


1903.07 


A 


3 


{B«l. L. 0. No. 50) 






3778 


A. G. 133 


A. G. Alb. 2570 


55 18 


2 43 


204.4 


20.55 


8.9.. 


.10.7 


1903.15 


M 


3 






3779 


H408 


DM (23°) 1578 


55 20 


23 32 


60 ± 


io± 


9 .. 


.11 


1820+ 


H 




*' Points to a star at 




3780 


S543 


1/ 1 362s 


6 55 24 


-22 28 


271.4 


91-43 


9 .. 


. 9J4 


1825.16 


S 


2 


40- " 





78 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



6h_7ii 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 1880 


Dec!, 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


3781 


P572 


L 13623 


6''55"'24» 


-20°28' 


143-9 


5-07 


7.2.. 


.11.0 


1879.39 


/3 


3 




3782 


2 loii 


Canu Majoris 124 


55 24 


-15 9 


295.7 


4.46 


8.0. . 


. 8.5 


1831.20 


S 


3 


White 


3783 


A 518 


SD (2°) 1885 


55 27 


- 2 57 


187.6 


2.68 


8.0.. 


■ iS-S 


1903.16 


A 


2 


AandB ) aC = 
A and C J 21010 












4-5 


23-68 


7-8.. 


. 8.8 


1833.84 


S 


3 


3784 


A 671 


SD (8°) 1674 


55 33 


- 8 56 


155-6 


0.41 


9-3-- 


■ 9-3 


1904.06 


A 


3 


<,Bul. L. 0. No. 61) 


378s 


H3288 


•w Vl". 1670 


55 35 


12 45 


254.4 


50± 


8-9-. 


.10 


1831 + 


H 






3786 


Hu 704 


DM(34°)I5I5 


55 38 


34 26 


9.3 


0.23 


8.8.. 


- 9-5 


1902.77 


Hu 


I 




3787 


A. G. 134 


DM (24°) 1508 


55 38 


24 38 


21.3 


1.48 


9.0.. 


- 9-2 


1902.68 


M 


4 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 












355 ± 


i5± 


9 - 


.11 


1820 + 


H 




3788 


H747 




55 45 


10 56 


l6o± 


I0± 


10 . . 


.10 


1820 + 


H 






3789 


2 ioo6 


DM (62°) 902 


55 47 


62 43 


71.6 


30-59 


7.0.. 


. 8.0 


1831.61 


S 


3 


YiVsh: wh. 


3790 


Innes 183 


Cord, i^ 2870 


55 54 


-25 29 


144.4 


3-34 


6.5.. 


. 9-8 


1897.84 


See 


I 




3791 


Edge 





56 : 


—21 21: 


320 ± 


7± 


9 •- 


• 9-5 


1870.12 


Hd 






3792 


Ho 342 


Schj. 2484 


56 6 


13 16 


75.8 


U.76 


8.0. . 


. 8.8 


1891-74 


Ho 


4 




3793 


2 loog 


P vi". 301 


56 7 


52 56 


159.2 


2.94 


6.7.. 


. 6.8 


1830.34 


S 


5 


Very wh. 


3794 


PS73 


I, 13642 


56 II 


— 10 42 


246.9 


0.82 


7-5-- 


. 8.0 


1878.21 


A 


I 




3795 


Hu 112 


SD(II°) 1747 


56 12 


-II 8 


191. 


o-SS 


7-S-- 


. 8.2 


1900.25 


Hu 


3 


M./.485) 


3796 


H39I3 


Coid.DM(28°)3727 


56 37 


-28 S3 


128.7 


6± 


9J^-- 


.10 


1835. I 


H 






3797 


Sh77 


f Geminorum 


56 59 


20 45 


83.6 


87.22 


4 - 


.10.5 


1880.01 


? 


2 


A and B ) 
AandC) 












355-4 


91.03 




. 8 


1821.22 


Sh 


I 


3798 


H3914 


L 13687 


57 7 


-23 19 


315-6 


I2± 


VA. 


-13 


1835. I 


H 






3799 


H748 


w VI''. 1737 


57 12 


— 8 10 


170.4 


3± 


9 • 


-13 


1820 + 


H 




A and B ) 
A and C 5 












0.5 


I2± 


. 


.16 


1820 + 


H 




3800 


H3gi6 


.... 


57 12 


-30 57 


102.3 


5± 


lOj^: 


= io>^ 


1836. I 


H 






3801 


Skinner 3 


80(17°) 1742 


57 17 


-17 36 


274-3 


5-17 


9.0. 




1900.83 


Boe 


I 


Boeger {A, J, 522) 


3802 


H3917 




57 17 


-30 36 


96.7 


4± 


9K- 


.10 


1835.1 


H 






3803 


2 IOI2 


DM (28°) 1305 


57 22 


28 18 


167.4 


12.74 


8.2. 


. 8.7 


1829.27 


S 


2 




3804 


H2358 


SD (20°) 1687 


57 26 


-20 55 


328.0 


I0± 


9-10 


.10 


1830+ 


H 






3805 


Hn84 


SD (8") 1714 


57 43 


- 8 17 


37-4 


5-24 


9.6. 


- 9-7 


1888.39 


Corns 1 




3806 


H3289 




57 47 


36 20 


311-3 


I0± 


10 . 


.12 


1831 + 


H 




"In the field with 

S 1013" 
8.2 white 


3807 


2 1013 


DM (36°) 1562 


57 51 


36 14 


35-1 


4.84 


8.2. 


. 9-5 


1831-53 


S 


3 


3808 


A. G. 135 


A. G. Lund 3677 


58 1 


38 26 


29.4 


3-90 


9-4- 


. 9-8 


1902.80 


? 


2 




3809 


Ho 241 


DM (4°) 1567 


58 2 


4 45 


182.7 


8.82 


8 . 


-13 


1887.24 


Ho 


I 




3810 


Ho 29 


DM (20°) 1694 


58 6 


20 II 


158.5 


3-43 


9-5- 


- 9-7 


1883.32 


Ho 


I 




381 1 


02(App)82 


L 1369s 


58 7 


I 40 


318. 1 


90.37 


6.2. 


- 7-2 


1876.37 


A 


3 


A a) 


3812 


HU47 


SD (13°) 1789 


58 9 


-13 31 


307-3 


1. 51 


9.1. 


.13-0 


1900.08 


Hu 


I 


(A. I. 480) 


3813 


H2360 


w yi*. 1767 


58 17 


6 6 


155.2 


20 ± 


8-9. 


.11 


1S30 + 


H 






3814 


2 1014 


DM (26°) 1451 


58 20 


26 19 


32.2 


2.09 


8.7. 


. 8.7 


1830.23 


S 


3 


White 


3815 


A 519 


SD (2°) 1908 


58 21 


— 2 52 


273-2 


0.39 


8.8. 


. 9-0 


1903.04 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


3816 


A. G. 136 


A. G. Limd 3682 


58 29 


38 12 


215-5 


6.94 


9.0. 


. 9.2 


1902.80 


? 


2 




3817 


H749 




58 30 


-II 8 


I25± 


I2± 


II . 


.12 


1820 + 


H 






3818 


P900 


L 13688 


58 33 


21 II 


272.6 


1.58 


8.2. 


.11.7 


1880.20 


? 


2 




3819 


HU454 


DM (21°) 1504 


58 34 


21 52 


217.8 


2.00 


9-1- 


.11.3 


1902.09 


Hu 


3 


{Bui. L. 0. No, 2i) 


3820 


H2361 




58 42 


-29 37 


128.4 


i5± 


10 . 


.10+ 


1830 + 


H 






3821 


02 164 rej. 


L 13675 


58 51 


25 2 


47.8 


9-09 


6-7- 


.10 


1843.22 


Ma 


2 




3822 


A. G. 137 


A. G. Leiden 2967 


58 56 


34 19 


65.6 


33-51 


9-5. 


- 9-7 


1902.80 


/3 


2 




3823 


2 1016 


SD (11°) 1770 


59 I 


— II 21 


152.4 


5-15 


7-9- 


- 9-9 


1831.68 


2 


4 


•j.^white 


3824 


2 1015 


W Vl". 1804 


59 2 


- 5 36 


195-6 


4.92 


8.7. 


. 8.7 


1831.52 


S 


3 


White 


3825 


H2359 


DM (58°) 1002 


59 37 


58 17 


17-S 


25 ± 


9 • 


. . 9-10 


1830+ 


H 






3826 


H411 


.... 


59 49 


35 24 


50 ± 


4± 


10 


..II 


1820 + 


H 






3827 


Skinner 4 


SD (16°) 1750 


59 56 


— 16 27 


338.1 


4-37 


9.0. 




1900.83 


Boe 


I 


Boeger (A. J. 522) 


3828 


H3923 


Cord. DM {29°) 3852 


59 57 


-29 31 


197.8 


I2± 


9 • 


..10 


1835 -I 


H 




"A third 9 m. «/." 


3829 


H47 


.... 


59 59: 


-61: 


105 ± 


I0± 


• 




1820 + 


H 




! 












io5± 


25 ± 


. 




1820 + 


H 




3830 


Hu 705 


DM (33°) 1475 


701 


33 I 


218.9 


0.50 


9-1- 


.. 9-8 


1902.75 


Hu 


I 




3831 


H412 


DM (24°) 1531 


703 


24 21 


20 ± 


35 ± 


7 • 


..17 


1820 + 


H 




"Large star retT^ 



77 



7" 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 





Number 


Double Star 


Stat Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 




3832 


J 12 


Cants Majoris 1 36 


7" o'»io'' 


— I0°29' 


279-5 


6ri2 


7.0. 


. .10.9 


1870.19 


i 


4 


A and B 7.0 very 

> wh. 
A and C ) AC=2 1019 














294.0 


37. 84 




•• 9-3 


1830.16 


S 






3833 


H750 


.... 


13 


- 2 7 


282± 


3± 


9 • 


-• 9+ 


1820 + 


H 








3834 


2 1017 


DM (17°) 1495 


14 


17 I 


254-0 


12.21 


8.5. 


.. 9-2 


1828.87 


S 


3 


White 




3835 


Hu4S 


SD(I2°) 1781 


34 


— 12 46 


150 .2 


2.67 


8.5. 


.. 8.7 


1900.10 


Hu 


2 


(.4,7.480) 




3836 


S 1018 


DM (36°) 1569 


so 


36 5 


16.9 


9.76 


8.5. 


.. 9.7 


1830.77 


S 


2 


8.5 white 




3837 


H751 


Sc/ij. 2528 


50 


9 24 


5± 


10 ± 


8 . 


. .12 


1820 + 


H 




(Seep. io6g) 




3838 


Ha97 




I : 


— 19 2: 


np 


5± 


9 • 




1869.08 


Hd 




" B very faint " 




3839 


P328 


Canis Majoris 139 


I 3 


-II 7 


128.4 


0.3 


6.3. 


-- 7-5 


1875.70 


A 


4 


A and B ) 
AB and C J 














349-9 


17-85 




.. 9 


1879.13 


/3 


I 




3840 


2 1023 


W VI''. 1824 


I II 


25 II 


101.8 


24.67 


8.0. 


.. 8.S 


1831.25 


S 


2 


YeVsh 




3841 


P574 


L 13821 


I 18 


-II 9 


306.7 


1.76 


8.0. 


. .12.0 


1878.04 


? 


I 






3842 


A 327 


SD (5°) 1970 


I 18 


- 5 32 


332.8 


4.68 


9.0. 


..13-8 


1902.92 


A 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 29) 




3843 


2 1022 


Tdescopii 45 


I 22 


36 45 


129.0 


S.81 


7.0. 


.10.2 


1831.56 


S 


3 


7.0 very wh. 




3844 


02 165 


45 Geminorum 


I 29 


16 7 


130.7 


3.87 


5.0. 


.10.7 


1847.22 


OS 


2 






3845 


2 1021 


W= VI''. 1823 


I 32 


38 40 


12.0 


4.09 


8.8. 


• 9-7 


1831.56 


s 


3 


8.8 white 




3846 


A 520 


SD (7°) 1749 


I 37 


- 726 


15.6 


2.84 


9.0. 


.13-2 


1903.22 


A 


2 


(B-ul. L. 0. No. 50) 




3847 


2 1020 


0. Arg. K. 7584 


I 45 


57 42 


283.9 


13-33 


7.8. 


.10.0 


1830.30 


s 


3 


7.8 yeVsh wh. 




3848 


H 2362 


DM (3°) 1560 


I 50 


3 33 


188.3 


25 ± 


9-10. 


.10 


1830+ 


H 








3849 


2 1027 


W VI". 1858 


I 51 


17 6 


356.2 


6.73 


8.1. 


. 8.2 


1830.68 


S 


4 


White 




3850 


H 2363 




I SI 


-27 37 


319-4 


I0± 


10 . 


.11 


1830 + 


H 








3851 


2 1029 


W VI*". 1917 


2 I 


- 4 29 


23-4 


2.08 


7.4. 


. 8.1 


1833-67 


S 


4 


Very white 




3852 


2 1024 


DM (38°) 1699 


2 3 


38 19 


313-4 


1.46 


8.3. 


. 8.8 


1831.56 


2 


3 


YeTsh wh. 




3853 


Ho 519 


W Vl''. 1869 


2 14 


25 56 


124. 1 


19.71 


7 . 


-13 


1891.76 


Ho 


2 


A and B ) 














87.3 


105.37 


6.2. 


. 7.0 


1874.65 


A 


3 


AandC ) 




3854 


21028 


SD (10°) 1885 


2 36 


— 10 26 


302.3 


10.92 


8.5- 


.10.8 


1831.16 


S 


3 


i.iyei. 




3855 


HueiS 


DM (51°) 1292 


2 43 


51 35 


122. 1 


1-39 


8.8. 


.10.8 


1902.99 


Hu 


2 






3856 


Ho 518 


W» VI''. 1884 


2 45 


30 33 


143-3 


2.87 


8 . 


.10 


1896.19 


Ho 


2 


(Seep. 1069) 
(A.N.^Si^) 




3857 


H3930 




2 48 


-12 59 


73.8 


I2± 


10 . 


.io>^ 


1836. I 


H 




"Chief of a duster" 




38S8 


2 1025 


0. Aig. N. 7602 


2 56 


56 


141. 2 


22.67 


7-5. 


. 7-8 


1830.62 


2 


3 


White 




3859 


Hdg8 





3 : 


-19 54= 


np 


5± 


9 • 




1869.08 


Hd 








3860 


2 1030 




3 3 


- 8 29 


42.0 


15-56 


8.0. 


. 9-2 


1830.16 


S 


2 


i.oyeVsh 




3861 


2 1031 


w vn". 22 


3 5 


-13 48 


251.6 


3-8o 


8.3. 


. 9.0 


1831.16 


2 


3 


A and B) 
A and C 5 














351-8 


I2± 




•(14) 


1837.0 


H 






3862 


P1009 


T Geminorum 


3 30 


30 26 


178.2 


1.87 


5.0.. 


.11.5 


1882.01 


? 


2 






3863 


2 1034 


w vn''. 37 


3 35 


- 8 7 


17.6 


2.46 


8.7.. 


. 9.2 


1830.53 


2 


3 






3864 


Hd 99 




4 : 


-15 48: 












> ■ ■ 




No description 




3865 


Hd 100 




4 : 


-19 57: 


s 


4± 


8K-- 


.12 


1869. 


Hd 








3866 


P329 


Canis Majoris 146 


4 9 


-16 2 


97-6 


29.52 


6.4.. 


.11.7 


1880.67 


/3 


2 






3867 


Hd loi 




4 20: 


-19 S7: 


I20± 


I0± 


9 .. 


.11 


1870 


Hd 




"Principal star red '* 




3868 


2 1036 rej. 




4 20: 


- 5 57: 


.... 


CI. IV 


8-9.. 


■ 9 




2 




(See p. 1069) 




3869 


P1279 


SD (3°) 1773 


4 26 


- 3 54 


10.4 


1.02 


9.0.. 


- 9-3 


1899.23 


? 


I 






3870 


A 521 


SD (2°) 1962 


4 38 


- 2 38 


122.2 


2.12 


9.0.. 


.12.0 


1903.01 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 




3871 


Ho 30 


DM (29°) 1475 


4 46 


29 53 


125-9 


5.48 


9 •• 


■ 9 


1886.24 


Ho 


2 






3872 


2 1035 


DM (22°) 1609 


4 49 


22 29 


39-6 


8.51 


7.4-- 


■ 7-4 


1829.50 


2 


4 


Yel-sh 




3873 


2 1032 


DM (48°) 1489 


4 SO 


48 42 


100.5 


2-55 


7.0.. 


.10.3 


1831.30 


2 


3 


7.0 white 




3874 


H3933 


SD (19°) 1721 


4 55 


-19 34 


1531 


I0± 


9 .- 


.12 


1836.1 


H 








387s 


21033 


DM (52°) I184 


s 19 


52 45 


282.0 


1-44 


7-4-. 


. 8.0 


1829.84 


2 


4 


A and B ^B very 
A and C 5 '"*• 














266.3 


67.77 






1783.06 


3it 


I 




3876 


2 1037 


DM (27°) 1337 


5 21 


27 26 


332.7 


1. 11 


7.1.. 


■ 7-1 


1830.42 


2 


6 


A and B ) 
AandcS^^^'^^* 
















i5± 




.11 




02 






3877 


?N,94 




S 36: 


22 12: 





















3878 


02 168 rej. 


L 13937 


s 38 


21 33 


67.0 


22.73 


6.7.. 


.10.8 


1868.13 


A 


3 


A and B ) 
AandcT-'^''- 














115. 6 


51-28 




.10.3 


1868.13 


A 


3 




3879 


A 328 


SD (4°) 1852 


5 45 


- 4 29 


192.9 


1.48 


9.0.. 


.11.7 


1902.47 


A 


4 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 29) 




3880 j 


02 167 


I- 13930 


7 5 46 


32 21 


158.9 


5-21 


7.2.. 


.10.3 


1850.84 


02 


S 


7.2 white 



78 



Within 101° of the North Pole 



7" 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


3881 


A 329 


SD (3°) 1789 


7'' 5'"48= 


- 3°56' 


I27?2 


3-64 


8.3-- 


.13.2 


1902.37 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No, 29) 


3882 


Weisse 14 


YT'Vn''. 118 


s 58 


15 23 


I70± 


2± 


7-8.. 


• 9 





P 






3883 


H752 




5 59 


10 2 


275 ± 


4± 


II . . 


-13 


1820 + 


H 






3884 


HU22I 


DM (61°) 951 


6 


61 35 


151-9 


0-59 


9.2.. 


.11.0 


1900.85 


Hu 


2 


A and B \ t^^ j^ 
AandC) «^^' 












285.5 


4.56 




-13 


1900.85 


Hu 


I 


3885 


.... 


SD (7°) 1797 


6 I 


- 7 26 


264-5 


2.08 


9.0.. 


- 9-2 


1903.22 


A 


2 




3886 


H413 




6 3 


34 35 


275± 


3± 


II - 


= II 


1820+ 


H 






3887 


H3934 


0. Arg. S. 6356 


6 13 


—21 36 


229.5 


I2± 


8 .. 


- 9 


1835- I 


H 






3888 


A 330 


SD (2°) 1976 


6 14 


- 2 49 


181. 


1-34 


8.4.. 


.10.2 


1902.62 


A 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. as) 


3889 


H3290 




6 18 


14 46 


3i5± 


3± 


II . . 


.12 


1831 + 


H 






3890 


OZ520 


L I39S3 


6 18 


28 42 


343 ■& 


0.55 


7.0.. 


. 9-0 


1850.78 


OS 


2 




3891 


Ho 31 


DM (30°) 1454 


6 20 


30 9 


7-4 


10.91 


9.0.. 


• 9-5 


1886.25 


Ho 


I 


M.A^.WS) 


3892 


P196 


W" vu''. 142 


6 27 


- 5 14 


186.7 


3-52 


10. 0. . 


.11.0 


1876.83 


A 


I 


(See p. 1069) 


3893 


¥VI. 74 


51 Geminorum 


6 29 


16 22 


45 ± 


90 ± 






1782.09 


W 




A and B ) 
A and C ) 












45 ± 


I20± 






1782.09 


W 




3894 


S 1043 


DM(— 0°) 1642 


6 30 


— 29 


248.3 


2-39 


8.8.. 


. 8.8 


1831.87 


S 


3 


White 


389s 


A 331 


SD (2°) 1982 


6 32 


- 2 45 


125.2 


4. IS 


8.2.. 


.12.3 


1902.44 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 29) 


3896 


H2364 





6 38 


4 50 


243 ± 


8± 


II . . 


.12 


1830 + 


H 




(See p. 1069) 


3897 


Ho 32 


DM {30°) 1456 


6 41 


30 17 


162.Z 


4-39 


9 -• 


• 9 


1886.25 


Ho 


I 


(A.N.ijnS) 


3898 


A 522 


SD(7°) 1802 


6 41 


- 8 I 


352-7 


1.27 


7.9.. 


.12.0 


1903.84 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


3899 


2 1045 


w'vn". 155 


6 42 


- 2 58 


226.9 


5-87 


7.8.. 


. 9.0 


1831.21 


2 


3 


White: ash 


3900 


H2365 


.... 


6 43 


3 40 


139 -I 


i8± 


9-10. 


.11 


1830 + 


H 






3901 


2 1041 rej. 




6 44: 


17 58: 




CI. IV 


8 .. 


.11 




S 






3902 


P197 


L 14026 


7 


- 6 57 


147.0 


2.28 


7-7-- 


.10.2 


1876.86 


A 


2 




3903 


H48 




7 18: 


5 23: 


260 ± 


40 ± 


10 . . 


.11 


1820 + 


H 






3904 


2 1040 


DM (48°) 1493 


7 20 


48 25 


258.8 


7.21 


8.0. . 


.10.0 


1830.25 


S 


3 


8.0 white 


3905 


Ho 343 


52 Geminorum 


7 22 


25 6 


257.0 


22.36 


6 .. 


.12 


1890.22 


Ho 


2 




3906 


2 1042 


DM (42°) 168s 


7 25 


42 21 


40.5 


11-95 


8.S.. 


.10.3 


1830.22 


S 


3 


i.iyel'sh 


3907 


21044 


DM {47°) 1420 


7 27 


47 51 


167.2 


12.37 


8.5. . 


. 8.7 


1828.73 


S 


2 




3908 


2 1039 


DM (63°) 700 


7 27 


63 44 


208.9 


..87 


8.8.. 


. 9-5 


1830.59 


s 


3 




3909 


2 1047 


DM (16°) 1422 


7 28 


15 58 


19-4 


20.66 


7-3-- 


. 9-8 


1828.53 


2 


3 


7.0 whit* 


3910 


Hn 85 


SD (19°) 1753 


7 39 


-19 41 


197.8 


2.51 


10.2. . 


.11.3 


1888.50 


Corns 




39" 


HU455 


SD (14°) I77S 


7 43 


-14 54 


203.0 


4.08 


8.5. - 


.11.0 


1902.26 


Hu 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


3912 


P1023 


DM (26°) 1498 


7 45 


26 5 


294.0 


0.25 


8.4.. 


. 8.5 


1891.23 


P 


3 




3913 


2 1046 


DM (14°) 1606 


7 so 


14 46 


231.0 


12.07 


8.6. 


.11.7 


1829.46 


2 


4 




3914 


2 1038 


DM (68°) 472 


7 54 


68 45 


95-7 


11.29 


7-3- 


. 9-7 


1831-34 


2 


3 


7.3 yel'sh 


3915 


2 1048 


DM (4°) 1631 


7 54 


4 25 


351-5 


5-76 


8.3- 


.10.2 


1831.86 


2 


3 


8.3 white 


3916 


H755 


.... 


7 54 


-II 17 


70± 


5± 


10 . 


-14 


1820 + 


H 






3917 


A 523 


SD (3°) 1803 


7 57 


- 3 31 


322.2 


1 .04 


II. 0. 


.12.8 


1903-04 


A 


2 


B and C ) (Bui. 
A and BC jjo. 50) 












228.8 


98.29 


8.5- 




1903-03 


A 


I 


3918 


2 1049 


w vu". 197 


7 57 


- 8 43 


34-9 


3-63 


8.0. 


. 9-8 


1830.53 


2 


3 


8.3 yel'sh wh. 


3919 


Lewis 8 


.... 


8 : 


26 5: 


226.5 


0.72 


9-5- 


.10.0 


1900.24 


L 


1 




3920 


P757 


Argus loi 


8 10 


-36 21 


65.8 


2.25 


6.0. 


- 7-5 


1881.18 


Ft 


I 




3921 


A 524 


SD (3°) 1804 


8 14 


- 3 42 


147-7 


2.87 


6.7. 


.11-7 


1903-04 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


3922 


H754 


SD (13°) 1887 


8 19 


-13 49 


340 ± 


9± 


10 . 


.11 


1820 + 


H 






3923 


H753 


w vn". 199 


8 23 


II 13 


5± 


I5± 


9 • 


.11 


1820 + 


H 






3924 


H3940 


.... 


8 35 


-30 46 


95-4 


I2± 


9 - 


.12 


1835-1 


H 






3925 


H3938 


L I4105 


8 43 


—22 42 


252.6 


i8± 


1'A- 


. 8K 


1837-1 


H 






3926 


A 672 


A. G. Leiden 3048 


8 44 


30 55 


263.6 


1.36 


8.6. 


.13-0 


1904.45 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 61) 


3927 


2 1052 


SD(I0°) 1934 


8 52 


— 10 4 


20.3 


19.98 


8.5. 


. 8.7 


1831.IO 


2 


3 


White 


3928 


H3939 


. . • • 


8 52 


-17 46 


246 ± 


8± 


10 . 


. .10 


1834 + 


H 






3929 


Ho 520 


Cord. G. C. 9169 


8 55 


-30 47 


270± 


5± 


9 - 


. .11 


1894.16 


Ho 




(A. N. 3557) 


3930 


A 525 


SD (2°) 2008 


8 59 


- 2 37 


260.0 


1.96 


8.0. 


. .12.2 


1903.07 


A 


3 


A andB) (Bul.L. 
\ 0. No. 
A and C ) 50) 












36.0 


12.14 


. 


..II. 7 


1903-07 


A 


3 


3931 


P 1268 


24 Monocerotis 


9 II 


3 


313-2 


3-81 


6.0. 


..II. 8 


1892.21 


P 


4 




3932 


Hn86 


.... 


7 9 20 


-25 46 


281.9 


6.17 


10.2. 


. .11.1 


1888.86 


Com2 1 1 



70 



rh 




Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 






Numbc 


r Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 1880 


Decl. i88o 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


3933 


Pritchett 


DM (14°) 1616 


yh gmjis 


14^50' 


222?I 


9^12 




1880.24 


Pt I 




3934 


P575 


Canis Majoris 156 


9 21 


— 15 16 


199.2 


0.69 


8.0... 8.0 


1878.18 


/3 2 


A-^B V^'s^) 












1-9 


15.28 


7.8... 9.8 


1831.20 


S 3 


ABandcj7-8^'£^^'^ 


3935 


S 1056 


w" vn". 243 


9 30 


- I 39 


297.9 


3-97 


7.8... 8.8 


1830.53 


S 3 


YcVsh: bluish 


3936 


21053 


DM (24°) 1592 


9 30 


24 45 


309.7 


13-73 


7. 5. -.10. 2 


1831.57 


2 3 


7.5 very wk. 


3937 


Ho 344 


0. Arg. S. 6460 


9 38 


-20 49 


359-5 


0.86 


8.8... 9.1 


1890.23 


Ho 2 




3938 


Howe 17 


w vn". 24s 


9 39 


— 25 


314-7 


2.49 


8.0... 8.0 


1879.21 


Cin I 




3939 


Ku28 


DM (5°) 1610 


9 47 


5 48 


321.8 


1-39 


9.0. . .10.1 


1901.12 


Ku 2 


Kustner (3821) 


3940 


H49 




9 54= 


- 5 27: 


45 ± 


5± 


10 . . .11 


1820 + 


H 




3941 


H2368 




9 54 


- 7 45 


262.1 


4± 


II ...13 


1830 + 


H 




3942 


H415 




9 59 


33 40 


285 ± 


I2± 


10 ...II 


1820 + 


H 


A and B ) 
A and C 5 












295 ± 


25 ± 


. . .12 


1820 + 


H 


3943 


S 1050 


0. Arg. N. 7737 


10 6 


55 8 


19.2 


19-37 


7.3--- 8.0 


1829.26 


S 3 


White 


3944 


S 1054 


DM (35°) 1588 


10 10 


35 10 


291.5 


18.53 


7.3--- 8.5 


1830.28 


S 3 


Yet'sh wh.: 

bluish -wh. 


3945 


H2366 




10 15 


56 18 


336.9 


i5± 


10-11 = 10-11 


1830 + 


n 


3945 


21058 


DM (9°) 159s 


10 16 


9 34 


282.7 


23.78 


8. 2. ..II. 7 


1832.19 


S 2 


S.iyel. 


3947 


S 1060 


SD (9°) 1947 


10 22 


- 9 3 


22.7 


6.75 


8.::... 9.2 


1831.20 


s 3 


8.2 wh. 


3948 


2 1055 


47 Camelopardali 


10 46 


60 7 


344-1 


2.44 


6.0. ..10.5 


1830.65 


2 3 


6.0 white 


3949 


02 170 


p vn". 52 


II 5 


9 31 


133-0 


0.96 


7.5--- 7-5 


1844.79 


02 2 




3950 


Hu 61 9 


DM (48°) 1513 


II 12 


48 33 


3.38.7 


0.57 


9.0. . .10.5 


1902.90 


Hu 3 


A and B ) j^q_ 
ABandC) H 2367 












269.0 


22 ± 


9-10. . .11 


1830 + 


H 


3951 


2 1061 


X Geminorum 


II 12 


16 45 


30.9 


9-56 


3.2. ..10.3 


1829.86 


S 3 


3.2 greenish blue 


3952 


H 2370 




II 16 


—29 16 


34.2 


20 ± 


9 ... 9+ 


1830 + 


H 




3953 


2 1064 


Canis Majoris 1 63 


II 30 


-II 49 


237-7 


15.20 


7.0... 9-7 


1831.20 


S 3 


7.6 yeVsh wh. 


3954 


H3945 


L 14200 


II 33 


-23 6 


67.6 


28.21 


7 ... 8 


1837-2 


H 


Orange: pale blue 


3955 


Hu 113 


SD (13°) 1919 


II 36 


-13 46 


53-9 


1.75 


8.2. ..12.7 


1900.13 


Hu 3 


(.4.7.485) 


3956 


H 2369 





II 36 


I 54 


54-8 


I2± ■ 


II ...13 


1830 + 


H 




3957 


Weisse 15 


w= vn'". 316 


II 43 


16 48 
















3958 


2 1063 rej. 


DM (4°) 1653 


II 44 


- 4 34 


290.0 


25 ± 


10 ... 


1830 + 


H 


A and Bcl ^^"(v) 












202.4 


2K± 


12 = 12 


1830 + 


H 


B and C [ 8.9 m. in 
J DM 


3959 


Hd 102 


DM (28°) 1363 


II 46 


28 29 


340 ± 


I5± 


9. I. ..10. 5 


1868.10 


Hd 


3960 


H 416 


DM (22°) 1639 


II 49 


22 56 


95 ± 


4± 


10 ...10 


1820 + 


H 




3961 


H2371 


w vn''. 318 


12 I 


I 46 


234.3 


i8± 


9 ..-14 


1830 + 


H 




3962 


2 1051 


DM (73°) 375 


12 7 


73 19 


268.4 


1.22 


6.5... 8.6 


1831.86 


S 4 


AaudB 

■ AC wh. 
A and C ) 












81. 5 


31.18 


... 6.7 


1831.86 


2 4 


3963 




0. Arg. S. 6SS4 


12 19 


-30 37 


181. 3 


37.50 


(>%... 8 


1838.2 


H 




3964 


A 526 


SD (3°) 1838 


12 22 


- 3 24 


139.6 


0-54 


9.0... 9.1 


1903.04 


A 3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


3965 


2 1069 


SD (13°) 1926 


12 32 


-13 29 


193.3 


25.36 


8.3... 8.3 


1831.85 


2 3 


White 


3966 


2 1067 


DM (3°) 1638 


12 34 


3 5 


265.5 


25.64 


7.7-.- 8.7 


1831.20 


2 2 


White 


3967 


H2372 


DM (20°) 1768 


12 43 


20 41 


o± 


i8± 


7 ...14 


1830 + 


H 




3968 


Ho 33 


w= vn''. 338 


12 51 


22 23 


np 


3± 


9 ...12 


1883.21 


Ho 




3969 


See 75 


0. Arg. S. 6566 


12 52 


-25 46 


7.2 


12.36 


6.5. -.13-7 


1897.84 


See I 




3970 


2 1066 


5 Geminorum 


12 57 


22 12 


196.9 


7.14 


3.2... 8.2 


1829.72 


2 4 


YeVsh: purflish 


3971 


S546 


DM (31°) 1540 


13 4 


31 42 


359.4 


79.60 


8J^...io 


1825.12 


S 2 


A and B ) 
A and C 1 












69.2 


142.64 


. . .11 


1825. II 


S I 


3972 


2 1068 


DM {13°) 1634 


13 4 


13 36 


354-3 


3-89 


8.3... 9-0 


1830.22 


2 3 




3973 


2 1062 


19 Lyncis 


13 4 


55 30 


313-8 


14.72 


5-3--. 6.6 


1829.51 


2 5 


Greenish wh.: 


3974 


2 1065 


20 Lyncis 


13 5 


50 22 


253-4 


15.03 


6.6... 6.8 


1830.55 


2 5 


bluish wh. 
Very white 


3975 


P330 


BM(-0°) 1680 


13 27 


— 41 


218.0 


1.28 


8.7. ..10. 5 


1876.87 


A 2 




3976 


2 1059 rej. 


0. Arg. S. 7777 


13 28 


69 43 




CI. IV 


8 ... 9-10 


• * • • 


2 


From Cat. Nov. 


3977 


2 1070 


DM (34°) 1583 


13 31 


34 15 


319.2 


1.87 


8.2. . . 9.2 


1830.90 


2 3 


White 


3978 


Hd 103 




13 35: 


— 20 12: 


30 ± 


ii± 


9 . . .10 


1870 


Hd 




3979 


2 1072 rej. 


SD (4°) 1904 


13 41 


- 4 14 


107.4 


22. 19 


9 . . .10 


1898.20 


Doo 3 




3980 


H3948 


30 Canis Majoris 


13 44 


-24 24 


85.8 


8± 


5^. ..II 


1835. I 


H 


A and B ) 
A and C 5 












73.3 


i5± 


. . .12 


1835 -I 


H 


3981 


H3949 


B. A. C. 2420 


7 13 54 


-30 35 


79.9 


2± 


8-9... 8-9 


1836.2 J H 












nr 















Within 121" of the North Pole 



7h 



Numbei 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


3982 


Skinner 5 


SD (16°) 1895 


yhjjm 


55=' 


-i6°34' 


285?2 


2f60 


9.2.. 


. 9.2 


1904.00 


P 


2 




3983 


A. G. 138 


A. G. Alb. 2754 


13 


55 


I 58 


320.6 


24-33 


9.0.. 


• 9-5 


1903.20 


Cg 


2 


Cogs -4./. 554 


3984 


H417 


DM (34°) 1585 


13 


59 


34 54 


65 ± 


I2± 


9 .. 


•13 


1820 + 


H 






3985 


H2375 




14 


I 


-28 II 


169.0 


4± 


10 .. 


.11 


1830 + 


H 




"Neat" 


3986 


P901 


65 Aurigae 


14 


I 


36 59 


7-9 


10.56 


5.8.. 


.12.3 


1879.31 


P 


3 


A and B ) 
A and C 5 














26.8 


36.05 




.12.7 


1879.51 


P 


2 


3987 


H3950 


L 14292 


14 


12 


-21 49 


168.3 


3± 


9K = 


= 9>^ 


1837. I 


H 






3988 


H50 





14 


12: 


- 5 30: 


230 ± 


12± 






1820 + 


H 






3989 


Ho 242 


W VIl''. 393 


14 


20 


- 4 46 


64.3 


4.21 


7.0.. 


.12.0 


1887.14 


Ho 


2 




3990 


S 1074 


p vm''. 53 


14 


21 


38 


115. 4 
100. 

9-9 
278.0 


0.48 

12.7s 
14.54 
53.62 


7.8.. 


. 8.2 
.13-5 
-13 
.10.8 


1831.54 
1892.19 
1878.21 
1892.18 


2 


3 
2 
I 

3 


A and B 1 
AB and C 
AB and D 
AB and E 


-ABa/A, 


3991 


S 1071 


DM (45°) 1424 


14 


22 


45 14 


357-3 


15.52 


8.2.. 


.10.2 


1829.73 


S 


2 




3992 


S1073 


DM (10°) 1505 


14 


24 


10 25 


64.6 


8.68 


8.0.. 


.10.0 


1830.19 


s 


2 


8,0 vjkz'/e 


3993 


21076 


DM (4°) 1667 


14 


42 


4 17 


106.7 


2.71 


8.7.. 


. 8.7 


1828.85 


s 


3 


White 


3994 


2 1077 


ScAj. 2644 


14 


52 


— 27 


322.2 


5-40 


9.3.. 


• 9.3 


1828.19 


s 


3 


White 


3994J 




DM (20°) 1775 


14 


52 


20 40 


205.1 


17.7s 


6.0. 


• 13 


1901.08 


p 


2 


A and B ) 
B and C ) 














245.2 


7-73 


.. 




1900.78 


p 


I 


3995 


H757 


DM (34°) 1589 


14 


55 


34 27 


120 ± 


3± 


II . 


.11 + 


1820 + 


H 






3996 


Hn 87 


SD (21°) 1880 


14 


58 


-21 39 


273-S 


4-40 


9-1- 


. 9-4 


1889.07 


Coir 


3 




3997 


A. G. 139 


DM (22°) 1655 


15 





22 52 


.... 




8.2. 






.. 






3998 


P33I 


Cord. DM (24°) 521 1 


15 


2 


—24 12 


115. 9 


2.04 


8.2. 


. 9.0 


1877.13 


Cin 


2 




3999 


Ho 243 


DM (29°) 1517 


15 


4 


29 29 


166.1 


1.79 


9.3- 


. 9.5 


1885.25 


Ho 


2 




4000 


Hn88 


0. Aig. S. 6629 


15 


5 


—22 40 


270 ± 


4± 


g'A- 


.11 


1881 + 


Hn 






4001 


OS (App) 84 


p vn". 62, 61 


IS 


21 


56 48 


326.0 


114-I9 


7.0. 


. 7-3 


1875.18 


A 


3 




4002 


H2374 


.... 


IS 


25 


SI 4 


131. 

76.8 


IS± 
20 ± 


10 . 


-14 
-IS 


1830 + 
1830+ 


H 
H 




"Triple" 


4003 


H2373 




IS 


27 


56 21 


268.8 


9± 


9-10. 


.12 


1830 + 


H 






4004 


P1024 


DM (29°) 1520 


15 


33 


29 32 


103.2 


1.40 


9.0. 


.11.5 


1892.26 


P 


I 




4005 


Ho 345 


w vn''. 415 


15 


33 


22 18 


282.2 


0.90 


9.0. 


.10.0 


1890.12 


Ho 


I 


AB 

„ {A.N. 3233) 
AC (See p. 1069) 














229.5 


23.87 


. 


-13 


1890.12 


Ho 


I 


4006 


H418 




IS 


35 


25 27 


290 ± 


10± 


10 . 


.11 


1820 + 


H 




"Unless R. A. s m. 
less." 


4007 


2 1080 


DM (4°) 1676 


15 


55 


4 43 


220.8 


22.35 


9.0. 


- 9-2 


1829.17 


S 


2 




4008 


Lv4 


.... 


16 


: 


-19 30 


129. 1 


1.96 


9.0. 


. 9-4 


1889. II 


Lv 


I 




4009 


See 76 


Lac. 2747 


16 


3 


-26 44 


216.4 


7-95 


6 . 


-15 


1897. OS 


See 


2 




4010 


H419 


w vn''. 444 


16 


8 


- 3 48 


45 ± 


8-10 


9 • 


.10 


1820 + 


H, 




(See p. 1069) 


401 1 




DM (38°) 1749 


16 


22 


38 


64.6 


1.76 


9.5- 


- 9-5 


1880.05 


P 


2 




4012 


S1075 


DM (63°) 710 


16 


37 


63 14 


342.2 


7.26 


8.0. 


.10.0 


1830.35 


S 


3 


B.o yel. 


4013 


S 1079 


DM (38°) 1752 


16 


40 


38 3 


330.7 


S.91 


8.5. 


.10.0 


1830.90 


s 


3 


A and B) 
A and C ) 














252.2 


220 ± 






1880.05 


p 


I 


4014 


H758 


SD (15°) 1786 


16 


57 


— 15 20 


240 ± 


8± 


9 . 


-14 


1820+ 


H 




8.3 m. in SD 


4015 


KU29 


DM {40°) 1858 


16 


59 


40 2 


146.3 


3.43 


9-5. 


.10.0 


1901.14 


Ku 


■7 


Kustner (3821) 


4016 


S 1081 


DM (21°) 1589 


17 


I 


21 41 


216. 1 


1.33 


7.8. 


.. 8.5 


1828.93 


S 


3 


Very ivh. 


4017 


H3291 


DM (14°) 1652 


17 


6 


14 22 


118. 2 


4± 


10 . 


. .11 


1831 + 


H 




A and B ) 
A and C ) 














297.5 


I2± 


. 


• .13 


1831 + 


H 




4018 


H5451 


Cord. DM (23°) 5345 


17 


9 


-23 59 


12.6 


3± 


10 


= 10 


1835-1 


H 




About gj^m. (1876) 


4019 


2 1082 


DM (10°) 1521 


17 


II 


10 56 


326.5 

18.4 

100. 


19.85 


8.0. 


.. 8.7 
..13-0 


1830.22 
1880.22 
1880.22 


S 
P 
P 


2 
I 

I 


A and B 1 

A and C \ AB mh. 

BandC ) 


4020 


H420 


DM (26°) 1546 


17 


12 


26 55 


20 ± 


S± 


II . 


..12 


1820+ 


H 




> "In the same field" 


402 X 


H422 


DM (26°) 1547 


17 


22 


26 51 


205 ± 


I2± 


9 • 


. .10 


1820+ 


H 




4022 


A 527 


SD (9°) 2014 


17 


23 


- 9 48 


85.2 


2.76 


8.7. 


.. 9-5 


1903.27 


A 


2 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


4023 


A 332 


SD (5°) 2092 


17 


26 


- s 24 


105-4 


0.39 


9.0. 


.. 9-0 


1902.57 


A 


2 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 39) 


4024 


H2378 


DM (0°) 1335 


17 


27 


37 


123.3 


iS± 


10 . 


..10 


1830+ 


H 






4025 


Ho — 


SD (20°) 1892 


7 17 


27 


-20 58 


/ 


i..6± 


8.5. 


..10 


1890.07 


Ho 




(.4.7.215) 



81 



7h 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


4026 


Ho 521 


SD (20°) 1893 


7" i7™3o= 


— 20°56 


40° ± 


1-5 


9-5 


... 9.5 


1890.07 


Ho 






4027 


H52 




17 34: 


- 6 36: 


175.6 

i5o± 


6± 

I0± 


10 


...13 
. . .11 


1820 + 
1820 + 


H 
H 




A and B J 
A and C ) 


4028 


H53 




17 40: 


— 6 40: 


130 ± 


i5± 






1820 + 


H 






4029 


H51 


.... 


17 41: 


- I 53: 


235 ± 


10± 


10 


...13 


1820 + 


H 






4030 


A 333 


SD (5°) 2095 


17 46 


- 5 14 


331.4 


0.77 


8.7 


. . .11.0 


1902.57 


A 




(5»/.Z, O.N0.29) 


4031 


H2381 




17 56 


-29 13 


104.3 


10± 


11 


...12 


1830 + 


H 






4032 


H2379 




17 57 


18 56 


347.8 


7± 


11 


= 11 


1830 + 


H 




"Neat" 


4033 


86678 


Cord. 6. C. 9444 


18 2 


-25 32 


288.4 
13-6 
29.9 


2.34 
2.98 
6.86 


6 


...12.8 
..12 
..12.4 


1897.84 
1897.84 
1897.84 


See 
See 
See 




A and B "| 
A and C i- 
AandD J 


4034 


S 1084 


L 14403 


18 3 


- 3 45 


285.5 


13.34 


7.2 


.. 9.7 


1830.20 


S 




7.a yel. 


4035 


Hu 706 


DM (20°) 1797 


18 4 


20 10 


54.7 


0.66 


9.5 


.. 9.5 


1902.26 


Hu 






4036 


H2377 


DM (59°) 1081 


18 8 


59 4 


267.0 


8± 


9-i( 


3. .11 


1830 + 


H 






4037 


H2376 


.... 


18 24 


72 16 


268.3 


I5± 


11 


. .12 


1830 + 


H 






4038 


S1083 


DM (20°) 1798 


18 30 


20 44 


42.6 


6.20 


6.7 


.. 7.8 


1828.61 


2 




YiVshwh.: 

bluish -wh. 


4039 


2 1085 


SD (4°) 1933 


18 31 


- 4 22 


278.3 


3.19 


8.1 


.. 9.9 


1830.71 


S 




8.1 yeVsh 


4040 


H32g2 


DM (15°) 1566 


18 40 


15 5 


164.0 


I3± 


9 


. .12 


1831 + 


H 






4041 


A. G. 140 


DM (22") 1678 


18 49 


22 19 


175-3 


1-57 


8.7 


..10.3 


1902.50 


Cg 


3 




4042 


Ho 346 


w vn". 503 


18 56 


18 23 


58.1 


12.67 


7.0 


..11.8 


1891.25 


Ho 


3 


{A. N. 3233) 


4043 


02 171 


L I439I 


18 58 


31 51 


130.0 


0.97 


7-1 


.. 9.9 


1851.25 


OS 


5 


(See p. 1070) 


4044 


Schj. 5 


w vn". 546 


19 15 


- 5 30 




42 ± 


8.5 


.. 9-3 




Sch] 






4045 


2 1088 


w vn"". 531 


19 15 


14 20 


195.1 


11.11 


7.0 


.. 9.0 


1829.52 


S 


3 


A and B "1 


4046 


2 1087 


— 








41.9 
238.1 


19.88 
112.27 


8.2 


..11.5 


1829.55 
1829.53 


S 
2 


3 
3 


AiandB' Whitt 
A and A' J 


4047 


2 io8g 


w vn". 519 


19 23 


15 5 


8.0 


7.20 


8.5 


.. 8.5 


1829-53 


2 


3 


While 


404S 


H2383 


— 


19 28 


- 6 SI 


319.0 


9± 


10-1 


= 10-11 


1830 + 


H 


1 


"A third near" 


4049 


2 logo 


DM(l8°) 1616 


19 28 


18 45 


97-4 


61.11 


7-0 


.. 8.0 


1830.22 


2 


2 


AandBJAB 

B and C J ^'O- «-*• 












318-5 


19.70 




.. 9-5 


1830.22 


2 


2 


4050 


H2380 





19 29 


52 27 


276.0 


10± 


ii-i: 


! = II-12 


1830 + 


H 


I 




4051 


H3964 




19 51 


-20 47 


i5o± 


4± 


10 


. .10 


1837.1 


H 


1 




4052 


P758 


Lyncis 51 


19 55 


48 26 


94.2 


16.92 


6.2 


..10.2 


1883.75 


En 


6 




4053 


P igg 


L 14480 


19 57 


—20 56 


20.3 


1.90 


7.2 


.. 8.2 


1877.15 


Cin 


2 


A and B 1 
AB and C ) 












120.2 


6.10 




■■13 


1898.15 


Ho 


1 


4054 


2 1086 





20 4 


43 


102.3 


12.16 


7.5 


.. 9.0 


1830.72 


2 


2 


7.S very yel. 


4055 


Hu49 


SD (12°) 1962 


20 20 


-12 4 


203.0 


0.50 


9.0 


..10. 5 


1900.05 


Hu 


1 


{^./.48o) 


4056 


S548 


DM (22°) 1687 


20 31 


22 23 


275.9 


35.62 


7 


. .10 


1825.09 


S 


2 




4057 


A. G. 141 


A. G. Lund 3858 


20 32 


36 22 


33.5 


4-49 


9.2 


.. 9-4 


1902.83 


/» 


2 




4058 


2 1094 


w vn''. 551 


20 36 


tS 33 


96-3 


2.41 


7.7 


.. 8.7 


1829.48 


2 


4 


Whiti 


4059 


Sh368 


63 Geminorum 


20 37 


21 42 


326.2 








1822.14 


Sh 


I 




4060 


P198 


L 14503 


20 38 


-20 43 


211.9 


5-72 


8.0 


.. 9-5 


1870.12 


Hd 


1 




4061 


0. Stone 17 


L 14506 


20 46 


-18 8 


76.8 


4.83 


7.5 


.. 9-5 


1877.11 


Cin 


2 




4062 


2 1091 


DM (50°) 1435 


20 48 


50 13 


335-9 


28.59 


8.2 


.. 8.7 


1829.28 


2 


2 




4063 


H2382 





20 51 


52 43 


241.9 


12 ± 


10 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 


I 




4064 


2 1095 


w vn". 580 


20 51 


9 


78.0 


9.81 


8-3 


.. 8.8 


1831.21 


2 


3 


Very white 


4065 


2 1093 




21 10 


50 14 


96.4 


0.58 


8.2. 


.. 8.2 


1831.94 


2 


3 


White 


4066 


Hu62i 


DM (35°) 1622 


21 10 


35 35 


336.6 


3.62 


8.6. 


..13.0 


1902.99 


Hu 


2 




4067 


A 528 


SD (2°) 21 17 


21 17 


- 3 


98.7 


3.43 


8.5. 


..13.2 


1903.07 


A 


3 


{Bui. L. O. No. 50) 


4068 


A 529 


SD(4°)I95S 


21 20 


- 4 6 


208.6 


3.45 


8.5. 


..14.2 


1903.09 


A 


2 


(fi«/.i. O.N0.50) 


4069 


2 1092 


DM (49°) 1632 


21 20 


49 29 


71. 1 


2.61 


8.0. 


.. 9.8 


1831.93 


2 


3 


8,0 -white 


4070 


02 (App) 85 


L 14481 


21 23 


24 54 


26.8 


56.26 


7-3. 


.. 8.2 


1875.05 


J 


3 




4071 


See 79 


Cord. DM (27°) 4070 


21 28 


-27 55 


296.7 


0.36 


7.9. 


.. 8.3 


1897.85 


See 


I 




4072 


H238S 





21 34 


5 2 


176.2 


9± 


11 . 


..11 + 


1830 + 


H 


1 




4073 


02 172 rej. 


L 14465 


21 34 


35 3 





12. 


7 . 


. .11 


• > • . 


02 






4074 


P21 


ij Canis Minoris 


21 35 


7 II 


27.4 


4.09 


5.5- 


..11.3 


1875.39 


& 


3 




4075 


Lamont 4 


7 Canis Minoris 


7 21 38 


9 10 


247.3 


34-62 






1836.19 


Lam 


1 












8 


3 

















Within 121° of the North Pole 



711 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


4076 


P578 


I- I4S45 


7''2i'"47' 


-I7°37' 


53-6 


2-44 


6.S.. 


.11.8 


1878.20 


/3 


I 




4077 


H759 





21 52 


-II IS 


330 ± 


6± 


10 . . 


.14 


1820+ 


H 


I 




4078 


Hu 50 


SD(I2°) 1979 


21 57 


— 12 10 


94-4 


0.51 


8.S.. 


• 9-2 


1900.09 


Hu 


2 


(/i./.48o) 


4079 


H2386 


.... 


22 4 


4 I 


245.4 


3± 


10 .. 


.10-11 


1830 + 


H 


1 


"Neat" 


4080 


P332 


pvn''. 116 


22 14 


— II 19 


166.3 


0.80 


6.2.. 


. 8.2 


1875-52 


A 


3 


A and B 














312. 1 


20.20 


.- 


. 8.7 


1832.15 


S 


2 


AB and C 


Ayel. 
C bluish 












157-2 


23-41 


•• 


. 9-8 


1878.12 


P 


2 


AB and D 


■(AC= 
21097) 












41.4 


31.06 


■ . 


.12.5 


1878.16 


P 


I 


AB and E 




4081 


S550 


L I4S59 


22 15 


— 18 IS 


116. 2 


40.04 


V/z.. 


. 8 


1825.03 


S 


2 




4082 


Arg. 17 


0. Arg. S. 6832 


22 IS 


-20 33 


220 ± 


i5± 


9 .- 


.10 


1875- 


p 






4083 


P1194 


65 Geminorum 


22 21 


28 10 


289.5 


13-91 


5-S-- 


-14 


1890.88 


p 


3 




4084 


02 (App) 86 


DM (14°) 1677 


22 29 


14 36 


349-6 


55-96 


7-2.. 


. 8.2 


1875.60 


A 


3 




408s 


H2387 





22 29 


28 


196.0 


I5± 


lO-II. 


. .11 


1830+ 


H 


1 


H(V1I)mo*±:!15'± 


4086 


H2384 


.... 


22 37 


54 10 


203.2 


I0± 


10 .. 


.12 


1830 + 


H 


I 




4087 


H2389 





22 45 


- 8 31 


302.0 


3>^± 


lO-II. 


-•13 


1830 + 


H 


I 




408S 


S 1099 


DM (11°) 1594 


22 46 


II 47 


343-4 


4.01 


8.4.. 


. 9-0 


1832.22 


S 


4 


Very wk. 


4089 


S 1096 rej. 


DM (50°) I44I 


22 47 


50 24 


.... 


CI. IV 


8 .. 


. 9-10 





2 




From Cat. Nov. 


4090 


? IV. 95 


.... 


22 48: 


- 338 


.... 


20.45 


.. 


.. 


1783-15 


Kl 


I 


R. A. uncertain 


4091 


A3 


DM (28°) 1403 


22 50 


28 8 


255-2 


2.14 


8.7.. 


.12.7 


1898.91 


A 


2 




4092 


H2388 




22 54 


28 


145.8 


I2± 


II . . 


.12 


i830-f 


H 


I 




4093 


H2391 


C!ord. G. C. 9585 


23 8 


-26 36 


292.2 


i5± 


8-9.. 


•14 


1830-f 


H 


I 


"A very red." 

7.1 m. in Cord. 


4094 


21 iioi 


w vn". 676 


23 11 


-13 34 


89-3 


6.22 


9.0.. 


. 9-0 


1832.45 


2 


4 




4095 


H3293 


.... 


23 27 


35 43 


305-2 


9± 


II : 


= II 


1831 + 


H 


I 




4096 


H424 




23 36 


24 56 


330 ± 


9± 


II . . 


-14 


1820+ 


H 


I 


"Triple" 












i3o± 


I2± 


.. 


.12 


1820+ 


H 


I 


4097 


S 1 102 


w vn". 673 


23 41 


14 7 


49.0 


7-37 


7.7.. 


. 9.2 


1829.83 


S 


3 


7.7 white 


4098 


Z 1 104 


L 14619 


23 55 


-14 44 


292.4 


2.3s 


6.7.. 


. 8.3 


1831.88 


2 


3 


A and B ^ 












190.0 


20.66 




.11.5 


1882.21 


En 


3 


A and C >■ AB wk. 












358.6 


33-6 




.12 


1882.20 


En 


I 


A and D ) 


4099 


Ho 34 


DM (2I°)|]l620 


24 8 


21 20 


14. 1 


1.96 


9.2.. 


- 9-5 


1889.14 


Ho 


2 




4100 


S 1 103 


L 14601 


24 II 


5 30 


244 -5 


4-31 


7.0.. 


. 8.5 


1832.20 


S 


3 


Very wh.: ash 


41OI 


2 1 105 rej. 




24 12: 


8 50: 


— 


CI. Ill 


II .. 


.11 


.... 


s 




" Lucida sequitur" 


4102 


A 530 


SD (7°) 2004 


24 20 


- 7 30 


352-5 


0.58 


10. 0. . 


.10.0 


1903.86 


A 


2 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


4103 


2 1098 


DM(59°) 1091 


24 27 


59 49 


282.3 


26.79 


9.0.. 


. 90 


1830.29 


S 


2 


White 


4104 


S 1 106 


DM (16') 1497 


24 29 


16 34 


211. 2 


10.56 


8.7.. 


. 8.7 


1828.87 


s 


3 


White 


4105 


H2390 




24 52 


52 35 


328.0 


8± 


II-I2 


..14 


1830+ 


H 






4106 


H760 


DM(-I°) 1743 


25 II 


- 52 


360 ± 


30 ± 


6 .. 


.20 


1820+ 


H 






4107 


H2393 


.... 


25 21 


-28 I 


125.1 


9± 


10 . 


.11 


1830+ 


H 




"Neat" 


4108 
4109 
41 10 
4III 


P22 
2 1 108 


w vn". 689 
w vu''. 704 


25 30 
25 39 


33 7 
23 9 


149-5 
179-1 


6.48 
11.54 


8.0. 
6.7. 


.11.0 
. 8.S 


1875.32 
1827.27 


A 
S 




YelUh wh.: Huish 


HS4 


SD (7°) 2017 


25 43 


- 7 53 


20 ± 


20 ± 


9 • 


.12 


1820+ 


H 




S.2m. in SD 


2 1 109 


1, 14670 


25 47 


— 16 


15-1 


3-37 


8.8. 


. 8.8 


1831.87 


2 




White 


4II2 
41 13 
4114 


See 80 


Lac. 2833 


25 56 


-27 SI 


86.1 


0.25 


7-9- 


. 8.1 


1897.83 


See 






2 mi 


w vn". 767 


26 


- 8 27 


219.6 


19-76 


8.2. 


. 8.7 


1830.71 


2 




yel'sh.-wh. 


Hss 


w vn". 756 


26 4 


10 41 


100 ± 


I2± 


9 - 


.12 


1820+ 


H 




A and B ) 
A and C ) 










I20± 


6-8 


. 


-IS 


1820+ 


H 




41IS 
4I16 


H2394 
H3294 


DM (35°) 1643 


26 6 
26 9 


5 27 
35 54 


254-1 
178-5 


I0± 
2± 


II . 
10 . 


.11 + 
.11 


1830+ 
1831 + 


H 
H 






4117 


2 1 100 rej. 


DM (78°) 259 


26 14: 


78 8 


.... 


CI. Ill 


8-9- 


..10 


.... 


2 






4II8 


2 1112 rej. 


Monocerotis 165 


26 21 


- 8 37 


117. 


23 ± 


8 . 


..12 


1830+ 


H 






4II9 
4120 


H3973 
P579 


SD (20°) 1999 

w vn''. 726 


26 37 
26 40 


—20 40 
33 23 


36-3 

219. 1 
233.6 


8± 

0.84 

18.23 


9 - 
7.2. 


..10 
..11. 5 
..12.0 


1837.10 
1878.24 
1869.76 


H 

A 




Aand B 
A and C ■ 












347-2 


43-09 


, 


.. 9.0 


1867.90 


A 




AandD 


412I 
4122 


H2392 
2 mo 


a Geminorum (Castor) 


26 56 
7 26 57 


71 56 
32 9 


167.3 
262.5 
162.5 


20 ± 
4.40 
72.54 


9-10. 
2.7. 


-13 
.. 3-7 
-. 9-5 


1830+ 

1826.22 

1835-24 


H 

2 
2 




" In a loosely 

scattered cluster" 

A and B ) AB 

A and C 5 ereeoisi 



83 



711 







Burnham: General Catalogue 


of Double Stars 










Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


4123 


S1I15 


w vn*'. 796 


7'' 26°" 59' 


-12°37' 


I40?2 


12^38 


9-0. .. 9.0 


1830.71 


S 2 




4124 


HU456 


SD (17°) 2021 


27 2 


-17 IS 


224.6 


3-SS 


90. ..II. 8 


1902.26 


Hu 2 


(Sk/. L. 0. No. 21) 


4125 


S1114 


DM (9°) 1698 


27 8 


9 33 


53-6 


6.52 


8.5... 9.0 


1830.88 


S 3 


White 


4126 


Hu 707 


DM (21°) 1638 


27 17 


21 S3 


19.6 


2.46 


8.5. ..12.8 


1902.26 


Hu I 




4127 


Ma 2 




27 18 


43 18 


116. 5 


3.89 


9 ... 9 


1843.26 


Ma I 




4128 


J 13 


SD (12°) 2019 


27 20 


-12 34 


209.0 


2.90 


9.6. ..13.7 


1902.05 


U 2 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 












288.4 


11.44 


10 ...10.5 


1867.10 


A 2 


4129 


OS 174 


L 14678 


27 30 


43 18 


843 


1.96 


6.5... 8.1 


1851.43 


OS 7 


White: Hue 


4130 


OS 175 


B. A. C. 2489 


27 31 


31 13 


333.8 


0.46 


6.0... 6.6 


1847.60 


OS 12 


kyel. 


413I 


H3978 




27 36 


-27 SS 


92 ± 


I0± 


9 ...II 


1837. I 


H I 




4132 


H 2396 


DM (20°) 1842 


27 40 


20 26 


294.7 


I2± 


10 ...II 


1830+ 


H I 




4133 


H425 


DM (24°) 170S 


27 43 


24 32 


i8o± 


100± 


8 ... 


1820 + 


H I 


AandBC)(=5„,3 
B and C ) ''«/•) 












40 ± 


3± 


12 ...12 


1820+ 


H I 


4134 


H2398 





27 44 


-27 24 


34-6 


I2± 


II ...12 


1830 + 


H I 




4135 


S 1116 


DM (12°) 1596 


27 51 


12 34 


III.O 


1.79 


7.0... 7-7 


1828.95 


S 3 


White 


4136 


HU622 


DM (50°) 1450 


27 59 


50 52 


35-3 


3.20 


9.0... 9.8 


1902.99 


Hu 2 




4137 


KU30 


DM (34°) 1639 


28 10 


34 35 


110.7 


3-39 


9.2... 9.6 


I9OI.I4 


Ku I 


Kustner (3821) 


4138 


H2395 


DM (52°) 1228 


28 18 


52 50 


213.8 


i5± 


9 .. .11-12 


1830 + 


H I 




4139 


H56 


SD(2°)2l8l 


28 19 


- 2 57 


3i5± 


4± 


ii = ii 


1820 + 


H 1 




4140 


H761 





28 20 


- I 47 


273 ± 


4± 


II ...12 


1820 + 


H I 




414I 


H57 




28 27: 


- 2 S3: 




8± 


13 = 13 


1820 + 


H I 




4142 


S 1117 


BM (35°) 1657 


28 49 


35 39 


227.5 


11.38 


8.5. ..10.7 


1828.78 


S 2 


8.5 'white 


4143 


Howe 18 


0. Arg. S. 7035 


28 56 


-23 27 


203.4 


1.86 


8.0. . . 9.0 


1877.1 


Cin 2 




4144 


A 531 


SD(5*')2I73 


28 59 


- 5 10 


46,0 


0.38 


8.6... 9.0 


1903.21 


A 2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


4145 


H3296 




29 7 


2 30 


224.0 


I2± 


9-10... 13 


1831 + 


H I 




4146 


H2397 




29 II 


54 45 


260.3 


3± 


10-11...12 


1830+ 


H I 


"III defined" 


4147 


S552 


»', «= Puppis 


29 15 


-23 13 


284.9 


9.01 


7 ... 7X 


1825.01 


S 3 




4148 


S iiiSreJ. 


DM (39°) 1978 


29 iS 


39 8 




CI. IV 


7-8... 10 


.... 


S 




4149 


S 1 107 


0. Arg. N. 8052 


29 25 


76 5 


200.5 


1.27 


8.3. ..10.2 


1832.64 


2 3 


8.3 yetsh wh. 


4150 


Schj. 6 


80(5") 2175 


29 32 


- 5 43 





40± 


9. 5-. .10 








4151 


H 2401 




29 SO 


-24 40 


255.9 


8± 


II ...12 


1830 + 


H I 




4152 


H3295 





29 55 


39 7 


II-3 


28± 


9 ...II 


183I + 


H I 


"Neb.I,2i8follows" 


4153 


Hd 106 




30 : 


—24 26: 


.... 




.... 


1868.01 


Hd 


"Suspected" 


"4154 


A 532 


SD (7°) 2057 


30 


- 7S8 


87.4 


0.41 


8.4. . .10.0 


1903.90 


A 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. so) 


4155 


H2399 


DM (57°) I091 


29 57 


57 4 


65.6 


7± 


9 ...II 


1830 + 


H 1 




4156 


See 83 


0. Arg. S. 7065 


30 10 


-25 48 


200.3 


9.01 


7 ...12.3 


1897.84 


See I 




4157 


H762 




30 II 


19 


335 ± 


4± 


10 ...II 


1820 + 


H 1 




4158 


H 2400 




30 IS 


3 27 


280.6 


I5± 


9 ...14 


1830+ 


H I 




4159 


OS (App) 87 


wvn''. 831 


30 29 


42 44 


178. 5 


65.51 


7.0... 7.0 


1875.42 


J 4 




4160 


H 2402 


.... 


30 30 


s 17 




.... 




.... 




No description in H 


4161 


A 533 


SD (3°) 1972 


30 30 


- 3 40 


29-3 


1.08 


8.7... 9.7 


1903.09 


A 2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


4162 


S 1 120 


I, 14868 


30 32 


-14 13 


35-3 


19.61 


6.5... 9.S 


1830.23 


S 2 


6.5 white 


4163 


H3982 


B. A. C. 2508 


30 34 


-28 6 




.... 


6. ..9. ..9 


1834+ 


H I 




4164 


P 200 


70 Geminorum 


30 40 


35 19 


241.8 


1.49 


10. 0. . .11.0 


1876.02 


A 2 


C and D "1 












206.6 


17.20 


...13.0 


1880.09 


/3 I 


Cand E 














190.0 


98.43 


...II.O 


1876.78 


A 1 


Aand B 


' 












98.7 


162.02 


5-0... 


1876.02 


A 2 


A and C J 




4165 


S 1119 


DM (34°) 1646 


30 44 


33 59 


350.0 


2.89 


8.0... 9.3 


1829.58 


S 3 


8.0 wh. 


4166 


H2403 




30 57 


4 22 


283 ± 


4± 


13 ...M 


1830+ 


H I 




4167 


Hd 107 




31 : 


-23 31: 


J 


I0± 


7.S...I0 


1869.08 


Hd 




4168 


H5470 


.... 


31 5 


-14 13 


230 ± 


6± 


9 ...10 


1827.9 


H I 




4169 


S1121 


B. A. C. 2511 


31 S 


-14 13 


304.7 


7-45 


7.2... 7-5 


1831.44 


S 4 


White 


4170 


S555 


L 14888 


31 10 


— 14 10 


227.7 


94-37 


r/z... 8 


1825.00 


S 2 




4171 


H2404 




31 17 


18 8 


66.4 


12± 


9-10. . .11-12 


1830+ 


H I 




4172 


Ho 35 


SD (-0°) 1768 


31 24 


- 44 


222.3 


0.88 


8 ... 9 


18S2.23 


Ho : 




4173 


Ho 244 


DM(-I°) 1779 


7 31 25 


— I 46 


199. 1 


11.85 


7 ...13 


1887.21 


Ho I 





84 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



7h 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 1 


J80 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


4174 


H3983 


SD (13°) 2127 


7'' 31"" 


35= 


-i3°35' 


305-8 


5"± 


10^.. 


.11 


1836. I 


H 


I 




4175 


H764 




31 


42 


-10 53 


26s ± 


i5± 


10 .. 


.lO-f 


1820+ 


H 


I 




4176 


A 534 


SD (2°) 2207 


31 


47 


— 2 20 


288.9 


0.80 


7.6.. 


.10.0 


1903.04 


A 


2 


(Bu/. L. 0. No. 50) 


4177 


H763 


DM (10°) 1585 


31 


48 


10 15 


I93± 


6± 


10 .. 


.11 


1820 + 


H 


1 




4178 


H2407 


SD (8°) 2002 


31 


S3 


- 8 9 


291.6 


20 ± 


9-10.. 


.12 


1830 + 


H 


1 




4179 


H2406 


.... 


32 





I 40 


71.0 


i8± 


12 .. 


.12 


1830 + 


H 


1 




4180 


SS57 


L 14908 


32 


7 


— 14 10 


336-9 


66.36 


8 .. 


.10 


1825.19 


S 


2 




4181 


OS 176 


L 14904 


32 


20 


47 


210.4 


1-54 


7-3-- 


• 9.3 


1855.92 


OS 


3 




4182 


H58 




32 


27: 


- 2 55= 


290 ± 


2± 


II = 


= II 


1820 + 


H 


1 


*' Very neat double 


4183 


H765 


I. 14890 


32 


30 


27 


2I0± 


i5± 


8 .. 


.14 


1830 + 


H 


1 


star" 
A and B ) 

A and C 5 














300 ± 


i8± 




•15 


1830 + 


H 


I 


4184 


Ho 245 


w vn''. 967 


32 


38 


— I II 


178.4 


0.38 


8 .. 


. 8 


1887.21 


Ho 


3 




4185 


A 535 


SD (4°) 2028 


32 


47 


— 4 43 


148.5 


0.26 


8.4.. 


. 8.5 


1903-39 


A 


3 


(£«/. L. 0. No. 50) 


4186 


H2405 


24 Lyncis 


32 


51 


58 59 


319-4 


60 ± 


5-6.. 


.12 


1830 + 


H 


I 




4187 


Schaeberle 


u. Canis Minoris 
(Procyon) 


33 


I 


5 32 


320.4 


4-63 


I .. 


• 


1896.93 


Sch 


4 




4188 


Bird 2 


w vn''. 990 


33 


24 


5 33 


182.6 


0.79 


9.1.. 


. 9-2 


1872.90 


A 


5 


AandB 
ABandC) 














335-2 


35-91 


.. 


■ 13 


1881.54 


P 


3 


4189 


A 536 


SD (g°) 2156 


33 


26 


- 9 41 


244-7 


0.86 


8.0. . 


.13-0 


1903.82 


A 


1 


(5k/. L. 0. No. 50) 


4190 


HU457 


DM (23°) 1779 


33 


33 


23 31 


146.3 


2.32 


8.5.. 


.12.3 


1902.17 


Hu 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


4191 


OS 177 


w vn''. 936 


33 


41 


37 42 


149.9 


0.58 


7.5-. 


. 8.5 


1845.60 


OS 


3 


White: dusky A 


4192 


P201 


L 14945 


33 


42 


—20 


330.6 


2.89 


8.0. . 


. 8.5 


1876.41 


A 


3 




4193 


S 1 126 


p vn''. 170 


33 


44 


5 30 


132.0 


1.46 


7.2.. 


• 7-5 


1829.43 


S 


II 


Yel'sk 


4194 


S 1 123 


DM (33°) 1566 


33 


47 


33 41 


162.7 


3-66 


8.8.. 


. 9-5 


1829.59 


S 


3 




419s 


H2408 


— 


33 


47 


-27 54 


161. 5 


10± 


10 = 


= 10 


1830 + 


H 


I 


"Fine" 


4196 


S 1124 


DM (22°) 1744 


33 


50 


22 5 


325-5 


19-39 


8.2.. 


. 8.4 


1828.27 


S 


4 


White 


4197 


p I06I 


n Ar£US 


33 


54 


-26 32 


229.3 


6.46 


4 ■- 


.13.8 


1889.12 


P 


3 


B and C ) 
A and B $ 














317-8 


10.41 


5 •• 


• 5 


1836.67 


H 


3 


4198 


Hn 89 


SD (16°) 2068 


33 


55 


— 16 25 


217.9 


2.95 


9.2.. 


.10.3 


1888.53 


Com 3 1 




4199 


S 1128 rej. 


L 14941 


33 


56 


- 5 58 





III-IV 


8 .. 


.10 




S 






4200 


A. G. 142 


DM (23°) 1782 


34 


15 


23 28 


16.0 


1.52 


8.8.. 


.10.0 


1902.09 


Hu 






4201 


Hn7o8 


SD (17°) 2083 


34 


27 


-17 38 


275.1 


1.44 


9.0.. 


.13-0 


1902.27 


Hu 






4202 


S 1 122 


P vn". 159 


34 


29 


65 27 


4-9 


15.46 


7.1.. 


• 7-1 


1830.59 


S 




White 


4203 


¥V.I35 




34 


31: 


65 27: 


185.0 


38.30 




.. 


1783-73 


HI 






4204 


Ho 523 


DM (21°) 1663 


34 


37 


21 55 


322.7 


8.58 


9 .- 


.10.5 


1894.09 


Ho 






4205 


H3297 




34 


42 


15 12 


195-4 


I4± 


II : 


= 11 


1831 + 


H 






4206 


S 1129 


w vn"*. 991 


34 


46 


18 20 


62.6 


21.66 


8.2.. 


. 8.7 


1828.68 


S 


2 


White 


4207 


See 84 


L 14980 


34 


57 


-19 23 


287.4 


9.27 


5.8.. 


.11 


1897.82 


See 


I 




4208 


A. G. 143 


A. G. Alb. 2963 


34 


59 


I 25 


97.6 


5-53 


8.7.. 


. 9-7 


1903.20 


M 


2 




4209 


H.C.Wilsons 




35 


: 


—20 0: 


313-3 


4-74 


9 •• 


.11.2 


1886.18 


W 


3 


From (Cin ») 


4210 


Schj. 7 


w vn*". 1032 


35 


I 


9 29 




25 ± 


8.5.. 


. 9-5 


.... 


... 






421 1 


S 1130 


DM (10°) 1599 


35 


8 


9 59 


162.0 


2.04 


8.4.. 


. 8.9 


1829.40 


s 


5 




4212 


H 2409 


DM (19°) 1800 


35 


9 


19 18 


216.4 


i8± 


9-10. . 


.16 


1830 + 


H 






4213 


S1125 


DM (61°) 995 


35 


17 


61 II 


341.6 


21.79 


8.5.. 


.10.0 


1831.40 


S 


2 




4214 


Hn go 


0. Arg. S. 7228 


35 


36 


— 16 12 


278.8 


2.81 


9.2.. 


- 9-5 


1888.53 


Com 3 




4215 


S1127 


0. Arg. K. 8196 


35 


53 


64 21 


340.4 


5-23 


6.2.. 


. 8.0 


1830.33 


S 


3 


A and B } 6.2 very 
> wh. 














174-9 


11.26 




■ 9-2 


1830.33 


S 


3 


AandC)8.oajA 


4216 


Innes 185 


Cord.DM(29°)4757 


35 


55 


-29 50 


195-7 


• 1. 81 


9.5.. 


.10.1 


1902.32 


I 


2 




4217 


Hngi 


0. Arg. S. 724s 


36 





—20 4 


214.5 


1.88 


8.8. 


.11.0 


1888.50 


Com 3 




4218 


H 2410 


• . • t 


36 


9 


16 


4-3 


I2± 


lO-II 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 






4219 


S1132 


L 14966 


36 


13 


- 3 14 


237-9 


19.26 


8.1. 


. 8.7 


1829.40 


S 


4 


White 


4220 


H2411 


.... 


36 


16 


-27 42 


200.3 


I0± 


lO-II 


. .12 


1830 + 


H 






4221 


H766 


.... 


36 


24 


10 27 


40 ± 


I3± 


10 . 


.11 


1820 + 


H 






4222 


S1133 


w» vn''. 1084 


36 


35 


- 3 45 


108.3 


4-35 


8.3- 


• 9-3 


1831.20 


S 


3 




4223 


HU709 


SD (17°) 2108 


37 





-17 59 


287.4 


1.85 


9.0. 


. 9-0 


1902.27 


Hu 


1 




4224 


A 674 


A. G. Leiden 3253 


37 


I 


31 24 


130.5 


0.93 


7-4- 


.10.2 


1904.16 


A 


4 


I^Bul. L. 0. No. 61) 


4225 


Hu 114 


SD (13°) 2182 


7 37 


5 


-14 I 


219.5 


1.58 


8.6. 


.13.0 


1900.23 


Hu 


2 


{.A. J. 485) 



85 



7h 



Burnhant: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Numbei 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


4226 


OS 179 


K Geminorum 


7''37° 


12> 


24°4I' 


233-2 


6f24 


4.0. 


.. 8.5 


1853.70 


OS 


7 


Yel'sh: ash, A 


4227 


S1134 


DM (3°) 1773 


37 


13 


3 47 


146.8 


10.10 


8.0 


. .11.2 


1832.16 


s 


3 


8.0 yeVsk 


4228 


Hu 710 


SD (16°) 2093 


37 


34 


-16 47 


36-0 


0.3s 


7-0 


.. 8.0 


1902.27 


Hu 


I 




4229 


H2413 




37 


37 


14 


13-8 


9± 


10 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 




Double in Hd. Zones 


4230 


H3298 


DM (13°) 1751 


37 


40 


13 7 


71.4 


I0± 


10 


••13 


183I + 


H 




"Star 8 m./ 7=.5" 

8.7 in DM 


4231 


H 4212 


w vn''. 1052 


37 


46 


20 II 


171-4 


4± 


lO-I] 


...II 


1830 + 


H 




-'Duplex 8' " in W2 


4232 


OS 181 


L 15012 


37 


53 


34 SI 


260.2 


6. II 


7-S 


..II. 8 


1848.24 


OS 


2 




4233 


P580 


/3 Geminorum (Pollux) 


37 


58 


28 19 


128.0 


1.40 


10 


..12.5 


1878.10 


/3 


2 


C and D ■] 
















275-3 


41-39 


2.0 


•.13. 5 


1880.22 


/3 


I 


AandB 
















65-s 


"6.75 




.. .. 


1781.90 


W 


I 


AandC 
















90.0 


206.30 




• • 9.5 


1879.24 


;8 


1 


AandE 


- 2.0 yel. 














73-9 


203.84 




..II.O 


1836.26 


S 


3 


AandF 
















89.8 


57.40 




.... 


1851.88 


OS 


3 


Cand F 
















145.2 


71 .12 




. . .. 


1898.96 


/3 


1 


Cand E. 




4234 


Ho 246 


•w vn". 1076 


38 


12 


26 17 


222.5 


2.34 


7.S 


..12.5 


1887.30 


Ho 


2 




4235 


H428 


DM (21°) 1677 


38 


13 


21 10 


270± 


7± 


9 


..14 


1820+ 


H 




8.3 m. in DM 


4236 


H59 


.... 


38 


15: 


- 3 24: 


3io± 


6± 


II 


• •13 


1820 + 


H 






4237 


H2415 





38 


18 


-28 42 


114.5 


3± 


II 


. .11-12 


1830 + 


H 




"A smaller/" 


4238 


OSi8o 


Rad". 2027 


38 


18 


59 23 


204.4 


14.86 


7-3 


. .11.2 


1848.63 


OS 


3 


7.3 yeVsh, A 


4239 


H399S 




38 


20 


-21 49 


249.7 


S± 


10 


..II 


1837. I 


H 






4240 


See 85 


I Argus 


38 


42 


-28 8 


32.6 


26.68 


5 


■.13.7 


1897.85 


See 


I 




4241 


S 1131 


DM (71°) 427 


38 


43 


71 45 


353-3 


2.43 


9.3 


.. 9-5 


1832.34 


2 


3 




4242 


H2414 





38 


49 


20 18 


64.4 


s± 


II-IS 


= 11-12 


1830 + 


H 






4243 


HU51 


SD (11°) 2086 


38 


56 


— 12 2 


46.1 


0.87 


8.7 


.. 9.2 


1900.04 


Hu 


3 


(^.7.480) 


4244 
4245 


Ho 247 
H767 


DM (21°) 1679 
W vn*". 1 1 49 


39 
39 


3 
10 


21 25 
- 9 


101.3 
i7o± 


0.36 

i8± 


7-S 
8-9 


.. 8.0 
. .11 


1887.22 
1820 + 


Ho 
H 


2 


(See p. 1070) 


4246 
4247 


Ho 347 

Sckj. 8 


w vn''. 1 1 08 

DM (14°) 1748 


39 
39 


23 
30 


17 18 
14 I 


280.3 
25-5 


13-71 
2.20 


8.0 
8.5 


..12.2 
.. 9.0 


1892.72 
1875.80 


Ho 


2 
3 


{A. N. 3233) 

(See p. 1070) 


4248 


H3299 


DM (17°) 1765 


39 


32 


17 31 


234.7 


i5± 


10 


. .11 


183I + 


H 






4249 


S1135 


IT Geminorum 


39 


46 


33 43 


211. 7 


22.60 


4-9 


. .11.0 


1831.25 


2 


4 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 














339-9 


93-98 




..(15) 


1823.16 


Sh 


2 


4250 


S1138 


2 Navis 


39 


58 


-14 24 


339-2 


16.53 


6.2 


.. 7.0 


1829.55 


S 


3 


H^/iite 


4251 


Innes 392 




40 


: 


-30 18 


1.8 


0.88 






1901.09 


I 


I 


(M. N. LXII, 474) 


4252 


Ho 36 


DM (25°) 1763 


40 


14 


25 45 


299.9 


0.98 


8.5 


.. 8.5 


1883.19 


Ho 


1 




4253 


S1137 


DM (4°) 1816 


40 


IS 


4 25 


132-7 


2.80 


8.0 


.. 9.0 


1828.86 


S 


3 


Yersk: blue 


4254 


H2416 


SD (8°) 2060 


40 


20 


- 8 14 


121. 9 


4± 


II 


= 11 


1830 + 


H 




9.3 m. in SD. 


4255 


A.G.Clark2 


w= vn''. 1131 


40 


30 


28 59 


114. 9 


0.81 


8.0 


. .11.0 


1879.03 


/S 


I 




4256 


S 1141 


DM (0°) 2079 


40 


53 


19 


8.9 


17.66 


8.0 


.. 8.7 


1831.24 


2 


2 


Wkite 


4257 


H60 




40 


58: 


12 20: 


45 ± 


4± 


13 


..14 


1820-f 


H 






4258 


S 560 


DM (29°) 1615 


41 





29 4 


359-4 


90.60 


6 


. .12 


1825.07 


S 


2 




4259 


S 1139 rej. 


DM (37°) 1778 


41 


14 


37 25 


351-0 


30 ± 


10 . 


. .10 


1831 + 


H 




From H (vi) . 

8.3 m. in DM. 


4260 


p 1062 


82 Geminorum 


41 


23 


23 26 


32-3 


4.06 


6 . 


..13.5 


1889.10 


? 


3 


4261 


S 1 140 


L15155 


41 


26 


18 38 


273-9 


6.16 


6.8. 


.. 8.5 


1829.23 


2 


3 


Yel,: very blue 


4262 


S 1144 


wvn". 1 1 55 


41 


32 


28 52 


357-9 


7-97 


8.0. 


..lO.O 


1829.27 


S 


4 


8.0 •wkite 


4263 


H429 




41 


38 


31 35 


3I5± 


6± 


II 


..12 


1820 + 


H 






4264 


S 1 142 


DM (13°) 1770 


41 


40 


13 43 


275-9 


24.36 


8.0. 


. .10.4 


1829.47 


S 


4 


B.oyeVsh 


4265 


S1136 


DM (65°) 599 


41 


40 


65 12 


248.5 


II. 61 


7.3 


. .11.0 


1830.65 


S 


3 


■j.-i very yel. 


4266 


S1143 


DM (5°) 1790 


41 


41 


5 42 


152.0 


9.34 


7.0. 


..II.O 


1825.21 


s 


1 


J.o yel. 


4267 


H62 





41 


48: 


- S 24: 


235 ± 


30 ± 






1820 + 


H 




"An elegant triple 


4268 


H3300 




41 


59 


14 54 


66.8 


6± 


10 


. .12 


1831 + 


H 




star/" 
"A third star 60" 


4269 


S 1 146 


5 Navis 


42 


19 


-II 54 


17-5 


3-33 


5.3 


.. 7-4 


1831.83 


2 


6 


same line" 
Yersk: blue 


4270 


Hu52 


SD (11°) 2105 


42 


19 


— II 41 


90.3 


3.22 


9.2 


..135 


1900.03 


Hu 


I 


(^.7.480) 


4271 


A 334 


SD (4°) 2092 


42 


26 


- 4 29 


115-8 


0.23 


8.5 


.. 9.4 


1902.60 


A 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 29) 


4272 


H63 




42 


30: 


— 14: 


300 ± 


12-15 


13 


= 13 


1820 + 


H 






4273 


H2417 





42 


38 


56 51 


290.0 


3± 


II 


= II 


1830 + 


H 






4274 


H61 


DM (6°) 1788 


7 42 


46 


6 23 


i75± 


7± 


10 


. .11 


1820 + 


H 







86 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



7^ 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


4275 


OS (App) 88 


w vu''. 1250 


7'' 42"° 47' 


o°58' 


5?i 


56^88 


7-S-- 


. 8.0 


1875-47 


A 2 


J (I) 


4276 


H4003 


Cord. DM (23°) 6228 


42 49 


-23 53 


127.8 


iS± 


9%.. 


.10 


1837-I 


H 




4277 


H65 


DM (13°) 1778 


42 59 


13 3 


60 ± 


5± 


10 .. 


-IS 


1820 + 


H 




4278 


H64 




43 : 


- 17: 


3iS± 


12-15 


13 = 


= 13 


1820 + 


H 




4279 


Ho 37 


DM(-I°) 1847 


43 55 


- I 58 


177-3 


1.50 


8 .. 


. 8 


1882.23 


Ho I 




4280 


S 1 147 


wyn*". 1 197 


43 S 


24 50 


162.3 


2.46 


9.0.. 


. 9-0 


1830.73 


S 4 


)VAiie 


4281 


See 86 


Argus 


43 6 


-25 38 


198.0 


27.69 


5.4.. 


-13-9 


1897.83 


See I 




4282 


H3301 


w vn''. 1 193 


43 8 


37 31 


67.2 


22 ± 


8 .. 


.16 


1831 + 


H 


"Very difficult" 


4283 


2 1 149 


DM (3°) 1803 


43 13 


3 31 


40-3 


22.02 


7-3-- 


. 9.0 


1830.55 


S 3 


yel.: wh. 


4284 


S 1145 


DM (39°) 2017 


43 JS 


39 8 


56.8 


1.29 


8.2.. 


.11.0 


1830.93 


S 3 




4285 


S561 


Cord. G. C. 10197 


43 24 


-25 29 


2.0 


50.90 


10 . . 


.11 


1825.15 


S 2 




4286 


OS (App) 89 


w vn''. 1204 


43 29 


31 55 


82.8 


76.72 


6.3.- 


. 7.0 


1875-78 


^ 3 


Am 


4287 


H2418 


DM (20°) 1919 


43 38 


20 19 


215-5 


20 ± 


9 •- 


. 9+ 


1830 + 


H 




4288 


H2419 


.... 


43 47 


-28 S3 


99-5 


6± 


11-12. 


.12 


1830 + 


H 




4289 


H3302 





43 54 


IS 57 


332 - 1 


I3± 


9-10. . 


.11 


1831 + 


H 




4290 


P 1063 


f Argus 


44 IS 


-24 34 


188.7 


4-63 


4 ■• 


.13-8 


1889.12 


/3 3 




4291 


H66 


.... 


44 27: 


- 3 18: 


iS5± 


30± 


9 -• 


.11 


1820 + 


H 




4292 


See 87 


L 15304 


44 29 


-19 54 


144-5 


4-47 


6 .. 


.14.8 


1897.83 


See I 




4293 


Ho 248 


DM (21°) 1702 


44 35 


21 22 


96 ± 


i8± 


9 .. 


.12 


1887.20 


Ho 




4294 


Innes 186 


0. Aig. S. 750s 


44 39 


-30 15 


198.7 


1.02 


8.3.. 


. 8.6 


1901.54 


I 2 




4295 


H430 


.... 


44 43 


34 IS 


i8o± 


i5± 


10 . . 


.11 


1820+ 


H 




4296 


H431 


.... 


44 43 


30 7 


50? 


2± 


II : 


= II 


1820 + 


H 




4297 


A. G. 144 


DM (22°) 1797 


44 46 


22 34 


330-3 


II. 10 


9.0.. 


.10.5 


1902.20 


Cg 3 




4298 


H4007 


Cord. DM (27°) 4599 


44 52 


-27 57 


272.8 


i5± 


<)%.. 


. 9% 


1835. I 


H 




4299 


S 1152 


SD (2°) 2316 


44 58 


- 2 49 


312.9 


5.81 


8.2. 


■ 9-9 


1830.72 


S 4 


8.2 yel. 


4300 


Hd 109 


.... 


45 : 


-23 0: 


100 ± 


i-S± 


8 .. 


.10.5 


1881.20 


Hd 


" Suspected " 


4301 


H67 




45 3: 


12 6: 


245 ± 


5± 


12 . 


-13 


1820 + 


H 




4302 


P1J95 


LiSSSi 


45 35 


- 9 6 


81.4 


0.46 


7-3- 


- 7.6 


1891.00 


P 3 




4303 


Hd no 


0. Aig. S. 7528 


45 43 


-23 52 


sp 


2± 


8 . 


.10 


1869.08 


Hd 




4304 


S1153 


DM (12°) 1698 


45 54 


12 20 


357-5 


19.88 


9.0. 


. 9-2 


1827.71 


S 2 




4305 


P 1319 


Cord. DM (23°) 6349 


45 57 


-23 5S 


242-4 


0.93 


9.8. 


. 9-8 


1903-23 


/3 2 


A and B 1 












246.9 


7-38 


9.1. 


.10.4 


1903-23 


P 2 


CandD i. 
A and C J 












4.6 


147.98 






1903.23 


P 2 


4306 


H5471 




46 I 


25 46 


'f 


4± 


•- 




1823 + 


H 


') "Two pretty close 
f double stars in the 
J same field " 


4307 


H5472 


.... 


46 2 


25 47 


nf 


4± 






1823 + 


H 


4308 


S 1 148 rej. 


DM (71°) 432 


46 3 


71 4 




CI. IV 


8-9.. 


.11 




2) 




4309 


S1154 


SD (2°) 2322 


46 7 


- 2 4S 


357-9 


2.26 


7-7- 


- 9-9 


1827.70 


S 4 


Yel.: furplish 


4310 


P lOI 


9 Argus 


46 13 


-13 35 


289-7 


0.58 


5.6. 


. 6.7 


1875-24 


A 2 




431 1 


H432 


DM (21°) 1708 


46 17 


21 9 


270 ± 


9± 


9- 


= 9 


1820 + 


H 




4312 


OS 182 


L 15349 


46 24 


3 42 


47-0 


1.09 


7.0. 


- 75 


1853-43 


OS 6 




4313 


Hu 711 


DM (48°) 1585 


46 26 


48 28 


199. 1 


4.16 


7.8. 


.12.5 


1903.02 


Hu I 




4314 


Hu 712 


DM (51°) 1372 


46 26 


51 49 


149.2 


1-23 


8.8. 


.13-0 


1903.02 


Hu I 




4315 


A. G. 145 


DM (9°) 1799 


46 33 


9 25 


246.6 


5.67 


9.2. 


. 9-6 


1895.34 


Lp 1 




4316 


Hu53 


SD (11°) 2133 


46 41 


— II 21 


9.6 


0.34 


8.5. 


. 8.5 


1900.03 


Hu I 


{A.J. 480) 


4317 


H768 


.... 


46 42 


28 13 


305 ± 


4± 


12 . 


-13 


1820 + 


H 




4318 


H2420 


.... 


46 48 


- 6 45 


341-9 


5± 


II . 


-11 + 


1830 + 


H 




4319 


H68 




46 51: 


- 2 58 


90 ± 


12-15 


10 . 


.11 


1820 + 


H 




4320 
4321 


5 m. 28 

Weisse 16 


L 15389 

■V vn''. 1282 


46 S3 
46 56 


-13 33 
41 53 





8± 


9 • 


. . 9-10 


1781. 


IS 
OS 


"Duplex 20" " in w 


4322 


OS 183 rej. 


DM(l6°) 1580 


47 8 


16 21 





12 


7 • 


..II 






4323 
4324 


H 2421 
S1155 


DM (26°) 1673 


47 8 
47 10 


-27 30 
26 29 


41.8 
342-5 


8± 
14.69 


10 . 

8.0. 


. .11 
..10.7 


1830 + 
1827.27 


H 

S 2 


8.0 yei. 


4325 
4326 


Weisse 17 


W vn''. 1314 

SD (13°) 2277 


47 16 
47 26 


15 16 

-13 45 


162.5 
145-9 


41.84 
4.16 


8.9. 
7 - 


. .12 
. .12 


1901.18 
1901.20 


/3 2 
P I 


A and B ) 
B and C 5 


4327 


H769 


SD(9°)2269 


7 47 35 


- 9 55 


250± 


7± 


lO-II 


..17 


1820 + 


« 





87 



7h 







Burnham: 


General Catalogue of Double Stars 






Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A.I 


iSo 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


4328 


A 537 


SD (9°) 2270 


7'' 47"" 


42» 


- 9°39' 


70?8 


I'lS 


9.0. ..11.8 


1903.68 


A 3 


(,Bul. L. 0. No. 50) 


4329 


H3303 


DM (35°) 1707 


48 


3 


35 SO 


36.5 


7± 


10 ...13 


1831 + 


H 


9.5 in DM 


4330 


Ho 249 


w vn". 1331 


48 


3 


21 59 


204.3 


2.90 


8 ...13 


1887.21 


Ho 2 


{A. N. 2977) 


4331 


H6g 


.... 


48 


14: 


II 37: 


230 ± 


2S± 


9 ...11 


1820 + 


H 




4332 


H70 




48 


20: 


II 37: 


295 ± 


3± 


13 = 13 


1820+ 


H 




4333 


S1157 


1. 15431 


48 


31 


— 2 29 


267.3 


1-59 


8.0... 8.0 


1831.20 


S 3 


Whitt 


4334 


H4013 


I- IS453 


48 


44 


-18 I 


199-7 


I2± 


7;^--. 13 


1836.1 


H 


"Points to a third" 


4335 


S 1156 


w vn''. 1346 


48 


47 


24 59 


158.5 


18.64 


8.0. ..10.2 


1827.28 


S 2 


8.0 yeVsh 


4336 


Hu54 


SD (12°) 2204 


48 


59 


-12 31 


9-4 


1.68 


8.5... 8.8 


1900.04 


Hu 3 


(A. J. 480) 


4337 


H4015 


SD (17°) 2222 


49 


2 


-17 29 


221.8 


20 ± 


9 = 9 


1836.1 


H 


B = SD (l7') 3331 


4338 


Siisi 


DM (77°) 309 


49 


16 


77 7 


223.0 


3-58 


8.7. ..10.2 


1832.34 


S 3 




4339 


A. 6. 146 


DM (50°) 1495 


49 


22 


50 35 


285.2 


3-14 


9.1... 9-1 


1900.12 


Es 2 




4340 


Ma4 


w vn'". 1361 


49 


23 


15 25 


96.8 


5-87 


8.5... 8.5 


1843.14 


Ma I 




4341 


2 1 158 


DM (22°) 1813 


49 


26 


22 12 


333-0 


7-53 


8.8. ..10.0 


1829.88 


S 3 




4342 


Hn 92 


SD(l6°) 2188 


49 


28 


— 16 20 


214.5 


1.88 


8. 8.. .11.0 


1888.50 


Com 3 




4343 


H2422 


DM(r) 1949 


49 


37 


I 28 


62.1 


20 ± 


10 ...10 


1830 + 


H 


9.3 m. in DM 


4344 


H71 


SD (3°) 2122 


49 


41 


- 3 9 


225 ± 


15-20 


9 .-. 9>^ 


1820 + 


H 




4345 


H433 




50 


3 


23 58 








.... 







No description 


4345 


Ho 250 


w vu'' 1371 


SO 


3 


21 17 


i6o± 


o.5± 


7 ... 9 


1887.22 


Ho 


AandB C-^-^. 
A and C p. 1070) 














154.4 


9.38 


...13 


1887.21 


Ho I 


4347 


A 538 


SD (6°) 2368 


50 


II 


- 6 7 


199-0 


0-73 


8.5... 9.0 


1903.81 


A 2 


(^Bul. L. 0. No. 50) 


4348 


H1159 


.... 


50 


17 


9 52 


320 ± 


4± 


16 ...17 


1828 + 


H 




4349 


2 1162 


w vn''. 1464 


SO 


41 


13 32 


329-5 


9.02 


7.8... 9.7 


1829.53 


S 3 


7.8 yeVsh wh. 


4350 


Hd III 


.... 


SO 


si: 


-19 19 


i7o± 


8± 


8^... 8X 


1870.08 


Hd 




4351 


H434 


.... 


SO 


56 


—21 23 


I20± 


I5± 


9 ...10 


1820+ 


H 


Probably DM (21') 


4352 


S 1 163 




51 


: 


24 58: 


160.7 


18.35 


7.7... 9-7 


1828.28 


S 2 


(See 2 1156) "''' 


4353 


2 iiSi 


DM (47°) 1510 


SI 


3 


46 57 


193-4 


2.49 


7.8... 9-7 


1830.61 


S 3 


7.8 white 


4354 


See 90 


Cord. DM (22°) 5387 


SI 


6 


—22 2 


328.1 


2.44 


8.1. ..13.5 


1897.85 


See 1 


(-4.-/. 431) 


4355 


OS 185 


L 15522 


51 


6 


I 27 


23-s 


0.39 


6.8... 7.0 


1847.29 


OS 3 




4356 


Hd 112 




SI 


22: 


-18 32: 


«/ 


10± 


9 .-.IS 


1869.14 


Hd 


, 


4357 


2 1 160 


DM (57°) II17 


SI 


41 


57 16 


32-6 


6.46 


8.0. . .11.2 


1830.97 


S 3 


Z.oytl. 


4358 


2 1167 


DM (16°) 1599 


SI 


43 


16 47 


227.9 


12.01 


8.7. ..10.7 


1830.73 


S 2 




4359 


Sh86 


Ursae Majoris 2 


SI 


46 


63 25 


83.2 


46.65 


7 ... 8 


1823. IS 


Sh I 




4360 


H770 




52 


2 


9 38 


275 ± 


3± 


10-11...11 


1820+ 


H 




4361 


Sh87 


14 Canis MinorU 


S2 


8 


2 33 


65.7 


76.02 


6 ... 9 


1822.14 


Sh I 


Aand B ) 
A and C ) 














152.8 


112.16 


...10 


1822.14 


Sh I 


436a 


H771 


SD(I5°) 2151 


52 


10 


-IS 59 


I3S± 


6± 


9 ...10 


1820+ 


H 




4363 


2 lies 


Canis Minoris 54 


S2 


2C 


5 57 


214.7 


5.86 


8.0. . .11.8 


1831.22 


S 3 


8.0 very wk. 


4364 


P902 


L I557S 


52 


22 


-10 34 


247.1 


1-33 


8.0.. .11.0 


1879.18 


/S I 




4365 


2 1 165 


DM (54°) 1189 


52 


41 


54 57 


265.3 


0.73 


8.0. ..10.3 


1831.94 


2 3 


8.0 whitt 


4366 


2 1 159 rej. 


DM (72°) 394 


52 


4S 


72 8 





CI. IV 


7-8... 9-ic 


— 


2 




4367 


H72 


.... 


52 


54: 


4 34: 


i8s± 


i5± 


10 ...11 


1820+ 


H 




4368 


H3305 


DM (37°) 1814 


S3 


2 


37 13 


226.1 


3± 


9-10. . .10 


I83I+ 


H 




4369 


2 1170 


w vn*.i524 


S3 


2 


14 I 


95-7 


2.15 


8.3... 8.3 


1830.57 


2 3 


White 


4370 


H73 




53 


6: 


— 20: 


285 ± 


I0± 


11 ...13 


1820+ 


H 


A and B ) 
A and C 5 














34S± 


I0± 


...15 


1820+ 


H 


4371 


H 4022 


SD (21°) 2197 


S3 


20 


-21 9 


7-5 


iS± 


9 ...10 


1834+ 


H 


8.5 m. in SD 


4372 


Hu 222 


SD (12°) 2259 


S3 


38 


-13 


281.0 


3-15 


8.5. ..12.0 


1900.22 


Hu I 


(.4./. 494) 


4373 


Hn93 


SD(io°) a3i9 


S3 


40 


— 10 8 


187.4 


1.00 


9.2. ..10.2 


1888.90 


Com 3 




4374 


H75 




S3 


45 = 


- 2 52: 


270± 


25 ± 


10 = 10 


1820+ 


H 




4375 


2 1 164 rej. 


0. Arg. K. 8492 


53 


49 


68 44 


344-6 


26.3s 


8.0. ..10.3 


1904.02 


/S 2 




4376 


H74 




S3 


so: 


— II 58: 


280 ± 


2-3 


11 ...12 


1820+ 


H 




4377 


2 1171 


Cancri 5 


S3 


SI 


23 55 


338.6 


2.80 


6.2. ..10.7 


1828.95 


S 3 


6.2 yel. 


4378 


^. II. lOI 


.... 


54 




64 3: 


327.2 


— 





1783.73 


W 




4379 


H772 


.... 


54 





35 46 


35 ± 


S± 


11 ...12 


1820-f 


H 


"A red star at i3o", 


4380 


H3306 


.... 


7 54 


3 


I 47 


186.4 


7± 


9-10... 15 


1831+ 


H 


dist. s' " 
" The j/and larger 



B8 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



t""- 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Ded. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


4381 


Hn94 


L 15649 


7" 54"" 


14' 


^I3°3I' 


279-3 


3-10 


8.7.. 


.11.0 


1888.80 


Com 


3 




438a 


H2423 


w vn''. 1469 


54 


17 


19 55 


262.6 


5± 


8-9.. 


.16 


1830 + 


H 




(=H0 348) 


4383 


?VI.75 


w' Cancri 


54 


30 


25 25 


300 ± 


75 ± 


.. 


.. 


1782. I 


W 




A and B ) 
A and C ) 

















I00± 


.. 


.. 


1782. I 


W 




4384 


S1173 


DM (17°) 1733 


54 


32 


17 17 


50.1 


9.81 


8.0.. 


- 9-7 


1830.23 


2 


3 


8.0 ■white 


4385 


H2425 


SD (8°) 2177 


54 


40 


- 8 18 


227.8 


8± 


10 .. 


•13 


1830 + 


H 






4386 


H43S 


DM (25°) 1817 


54 


42 


25 52 


295 ± 


12± 


10: 


= 10 


1820+ 


H 






4387 


H3307 


DM (17°) 1737 


55 





17 22 


354-4 


i8± 


9-10.. 


.12 


1831 + 


H 






4388 


S 1172 


DM (55°) 1242 


55 


11 


55 5 


242.0 


1.62 


7.6.. 


- 9-4 


1829.79 


S 


4 


T.dyeVsh wh. 


4389 


H 4024 


Cord. G. C. 10548 


55 


l6 


—29 II 


82.5 


I2± 


9 •• 


.10 


1837.1 


H 






4390 


HU713 


DM (49°) 1699 


55 


17 


49 38 


129.2 


4.78 


9.0.. 


. 9.0 


1903.02 


Hu 


I 




4391 


HU223 


SD (13°) 2343 


55 


22 


— 13 26 


212. 1 


0.82 


8.6.. 


.12.5 


1900.23 


Hu 


2 


(A. J. 494) 


4392 


H437 




55 


39 


20 38 


90 ± 


8± 


11 .. 


.12 


1820+ 


H 






4393 


H76 





55 


43: 


10 59: 


80 ± 


4-5 


II .. 


.12 


1820+ 


H 




"Neat double star" 


4394 


H436 





55 


45 


35 20 


87 ± 


I2± 


II .. 


.12 


1820+ 


H 






4395 


A 539 


SD(3°)2I76 


55 


52 


- 3 13 


26.9 


0.51 


8.4.. 


. 8.7 


1903.04 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


4396 


Ho 349 


w vn''. 1602 


55 


53 


12 47 


226.2 


9-97 


8 .. 


-13 


1891.76 


Ho 


2 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 














290.5 


63.22 




.12 


1891.76 


Ho 


2 


4397 


H77 


.... 


56 


0: 


- 39: 


360 ± 


40± 


10 .. 


.12 


1820+ 


H 




A and B ) 
B and C ) 














255 ± 


5± 


.. 


.11 


1820+ 


H 




4398 


H2424 


Had'. 2073 


56 





59 35 


149.6 


30 ± 


7-8. 


.12 


1830+ 


H 






4399 


02 186 


I- 15673 


56 


I 


26 36 


74-1 


0.79 


7.5. 


. 8.2 


1847.88 


OS 


5 




4400 


S1174 


DM (47°) 1522 


56 


5 


47 38 


215.0 


5.67 


8.0. 


. 8.5 


1830.91 


S 


3 


White 


4401 


A 540 


SD (2°) 2384 


56 


5 


- 2 27 


325-7 


1. 16 


8.7. 


.12.5 


1903.04 


A 


3 


A and B ) , „ , , 














10.3 


22.88 


.. 


.14.0 


1903.04 


A 


I 


A and C ^ 0. No. 
AandD) =°^ 














272.5 


24.00 


. 


-13-5 


1903-04 


A 


I 


4402 


S1175 


DM (4°) 1882 


56 


6 


4 29 


204.6 


2.37 


7.8. 


• 9-7 


1831.24 


S 


5 


Yersh: bluish 


4403 


P333 


Argus 269 


56 


7 


—22 


45-4 


1-44 


7.0. 


.10.2 


1879.09 


Cin 


4 


A and B J 
A and C ) 














73-5 


42.15 


7-7- 


• 7.7 


1885.66 


W 


2 


4404 


H773 




56 


8 


- 8 7 


3i5± 


3± 


II . 


.12 


1820+ 


H 






4405 


P23 


DM (3°) 1876 


56 


14 


3 26 


177-0 


2.81 


8.2. 


.12.0 


1875.54 


S 


2 




4406 


OS 187 


L 15679 


56 


29 


33 22 


306.9 


0.47 


6.9. 


• 7.5 


1844.02 


OS 


4 


White 


4407 


H438 


DM (31°) 1722 


56 


38 


31 56 


i35± 


20 ± 


9 • 


.11 


1820+ 


H 




(See p. 1070) 


4408 


Ho 350 


W' vu''. 1627 


56 


51 


12 31 


189.3 


4.20 


7.7- 


.11.8 


1891.25 


Ho 


2 


U. N. 3=!33) 


4409 


P202 


0. Arg. S. 7850 


56 


59 


-26 53 


164.8 


8.18 


7-5- 


. 9-0 


1876.09 


? 


1 


A and B ^ 














77.1 


19-37 


. 


.13-6 


1897.85 


See 


I 


A and C • 














239-2 


29-43 


. 


.12 


1897.85 


See 


I 


AandD 


4410 


H78 




57 


5: 


- 3 21: 


i6o± 


I2± 


II . 


.12 


1820 + 


H 






441 1 


Howe 19 


0. Aig. S. 7857 


57 


6 


-26 55 


320.7 


2.04 


8.0. 


.11.0 


1877-13 


Cin 


I 




4412 


See 95 


SD (19°) 220s 


57 


12 


-19 59 


191. 6 


13.84 


6.5. 


.14.9 


1897.83 


See 


I 




4413 


P203 


0. Aig. S. 7874 


57 


41 


-27 13 


242.5 


7-15 


7-7- 


. 8.5 


1876. II 


Cin 


7 




4414 


P581 


1-15743 


57 


43 


12 38 


176.9 


0.40 


8.0. 


. 8.0 


1878. IS 


/3 


2 


AandB 1 
AB and C ) 














185.3 


4.76 


• 


.10.5 


1878.13 


P 


3 


4415 


H2426 


1-15758 


57 


44 


- 7 50 


145.0 


25 ± 


8-9. 


.12 


1830+ 


H 






4416 


S1178 


w vn". 1672 


57 


47 


— 12 52 


330-1 


4-79 


9.0. 


.. 9.0 


1831.20 


S 


3 




4417 


2ii6g 


0. Arg. H. 8525 


58 


I 


79 52 


10. 


20.74 


7.6. 


-- 7-9 


1832.25 


s 


4 


YeVsh wh.: wh. 


4418 


P582 


DM (12°) 1760 


58 


6 


12 25 


59.8 
205.2 


3-76 
17.91 


8.5. 


..12.0 
.. 8.5 


1878.39 
1829.73 


s 


2 
2 


Band C) AB = 
AandB) 2ii79 


4419 


S 1176 


w= vu''. 1553 


58 


8 


42 20 


27.8 


22.30 


7-7- 


• • 9-3 


1830.97 


2 


3 


7.7 white 


4420 


P903 


L 15768 


58 


9 


- I 31 


33-7 


1.47 


7.8. 


• • 9-3 


1879.60 


|3 


5 




4421 


S1177 


Cancri 1 7 


58 


16 


27 52 


354-7 


3-51 


6.5. 


.. 7.4 


1828.27 


S 


4 


Very wh, : ashy wh 


4422 

4423 
4424 

4425 


Howe 20 


Cord. DM (30°) 5525 


58 


38 


-30 24 


45-9 


12.26 


8.0. 


..10.2 


1877.12 


Cin 


2 


From Cin 4 


H 4037 




58 


39 


—27 12 


337-7 


I2± 


8^. 


. .11 


1834+ 


H 




"80 or 100 stars 

in the field." 


A 541 


SD (2°) 2412 


58 


42 


— 2 29 


267.8 


1-25 


8.7. 


..II. 3 


1903-04 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


S 1181 


DM (8°) 1963 


58 


55 


8 32 


140-3 


5. 18 


8.0. 


.. 9-5 


1830.23 


S 


3 


Yel'sh: bluish 


4426 


S1182 


Canis Minoris 61 


7 59 


I 


6 10 


72.6 


4-39 


7.0. 


.. 9-0 


1831.23 


s 


3 


7.0 wh. 































89 



7k_8ii 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A.i 


S3o 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


4427 


2 1 180 rej. 


DM (34°) 1745 


yhjgm 2= 


34°I5' 


253° ± 


20'± 


9 


. .11 


1830-f 


H 




From H (V) 


4428 
4429 
4430 
4431 
4432 


A. G. 147 
H2428 
H79 
H774 
Espin 70 


A. G. Leiden 3393 
DM (49°) 170S 

27 Lyncis. 


59 

59 
59 
59 
59 


9 
20 
21: 

24 
25 


33 23 
49 36 

- 3 30: 

- 2 5 
51 51 


139-9 
48.6 

55± 
330 ± 
265.8 
248.4 


II. 10 

I2± 

5± 

I0± 

47-7 
7-5 


8-7 
9 

II 
10 

4-5 
12.5 


.. 9.2 
. .12 
= II 
. .11 

..13.0 


1902.83 
1830-4- 
1820 + 
1820 + 
I90I. 
I9OI. 


/3 
H 
H 
H 

Es 
Es 


2 


"Agm. star 5s/." 
B and C 5 3784) 


4433 
4434 
4435 
4436 
4437 


A 542 
H775 
A. G. 148 
H 4041 
Ho 351 


SD (3°) 2206 

DM(-I°) 1949 
1,15859 

W vn''. 1613 


59 
59 
59 
59 
8 


34 
45 
47 
49 



- 328 
-15 29 

- I 25 
-22 5 

21 14 


1.6 

i7o± 
178.7 
179-3 
234.1 


2.28 

5± 

6-75 

3± 

1.98 


8.8 
10 
9.5 
7 
7.0 


. .14.0 
. .11 
.. 9.5 
..IS 
..11.7 


1903.04 
1820 + 
1902.18 

1837.1 
1892.26 


A 
H 
/3 
H 
Ho 


2 
2 
2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. so) 


4438 


Weisse 18 


w" vn''. 1609 





7 


31 54 






9 







... 


. 




4439 


H80 


DM (12°) 1771 





30 


12 39 


105 ± 


20± 


10 


. .12 


1820 + 


H 






4440 


A 543 


SD (8°) 2221 





41 


- 8 54 


325-6 


1.22 


8.5 


. .12.2 


1903.90 


A 


3 


B and C \ 

AB = 
A=°dB K„83 

BandD J 














326.3 
20.1 


30-97 
14.28 


5-5 


.. 7-8 
..14 


1831-25 
1903-90 


S 
A 


3 
2 


4441 


A. G. 149 


DM(7°)i9i9 





43 


7 44 


238.0 


6.01 


9.6 


.. 9-6 


1895-34 


Lp 






4442 
4443 
4444 


H776 
A 544 
S 1 185 


SD (2°) 2430 

w vu''. 1760 







52 
52 
55 


- 7 43 

- 238 
I 42 


225 ± 

73-4 
102.4 


4-5 

1-95 

3.48 


II 
8.8 
8.8 


..13 
. .11.0 
.. 9.7 


1820 + 

1903.04 

1830.90 


H 
A 
S 


3 
3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. so) 
8.8 white 


4445 
4446 


H2427 
H8i 






4: 
9: 


7»23 
- 2 38: 


81.0 
300 ± 


25 ± 
20 ± 


9 
n 


■ 13 
. .12 


1830 + 
1820 + 


H 
H 






4447 
4448 


S1186 
21184 


II Cancri 
DM (38°) 1870 




29 
30 


27 50 
38 13 


218.8 
340-4 


3-17 
27.14 


7-1 

8.0 


. .10.4 

.. 8.5 


1828.26 
1829.78 


2 
S 


5 

2 


T.iyel. 
YeVshwh.: wk. 


4449 
4450 


Dunlop 61 
2 1 189 rej. 


Argus 285 

DM(— 0°) 1913 




30: 
48 


-28 48: 
— I 


'/ 


III-IV 


6 
8 


.. 9 

. .12 


.... 


S 




From Cat. Nov. 


4451 


2 Il83 


DM (30°) 1651 




54 


30 42 


201.3 


15.85 


8.0 


.. 8.7 


1827.28 


2 


3 


Very wh. 


4452 


2 1187 


Lyncis 85 




54 


32 34 


71.0 


1. 61 


7-1 


.. 8.0 


1829.50 


S 


5 


White 


4453 


P334 


I- 15933 


2 


3 


—21 42 


332.4 


2.38 


8.0 


.. 9-7 


1877.14 


Cin 


2 




4454 


H3308 


p vn". 308 


2 


21 


35 49 


234.6 


40 ± 


5-6 


..II 


1831 + 


H 






4455 
4456 


Hd 113 
2 1190 


p Argus 

29 Monocerotis 


2 
2 


26 

34 


-23 58 
- 2 38 


/ 
104.2 

244-4 


31-58 
67.06 


6.0 


..11.7 
.. 8.5 


1869. 

1827.17 

1831.24 


Hd 

S 

s 


3 
3 


A and B ) 
. , ^ f 6.0 yel. 
A and C J 


4457 


H440 




2 


48 


23 50 


105 ± 


8± 


10 


= 10 


1820 + 


H 






4458 


S563 


SD (19°) 2260 


3 


9 


-19 31 


235-7 


133-70 


6 


.. 7 


1825.22 


S 


2 




4459 
4460 


P583 

2 1 150 rej. 


L 15959 
DM (86°) 116 


3 

3 


18 

40: 


- 6 21 
86 38 


68.5 


1.82. 
CI. IV 


8-5 
8-9 


.. 8.7 
. .10 


1878.10 


2 


I 


From Cat. Nov. 


4461 


H2430 


DM (53°) 1222 


3 


49 


S3 43 


311-5 


I5± 


8 


.•13 


1830 + 


H 




A and B ^ 
B and C 5 














i77± 


3± 




..14 


1830 + 


H 




4462 


A. G. 150 


A. G. Alb. 3218 


3 


49 


4 24 


28.3 


4-73 


9-0 


.. 9-5 


1903.20 


M 


2 




4463 


Z iigi 


DM (19°) 1944 


3 


52 


19 23 


70-9 


3-21 


8-7 


.. 9.2 


1829.58 


S 


3 


White 


4464 


Ho 352 


I, 15988 


3 


59 


-15 54 


185.4 


S-26 


6.0 


..12.7 


1890.24 


Ho 


2 


(A. N. 3233) 


4465 


H2429 





4 





71 53 


123.2 


IS± 


II 


..12 


1830+ 


H 






4466 


H2432 


SD (8°) 2250 


4 


2 


- 8 51 


68.8 


iS± 


10 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 




"Triple" 


4467 


2 1194 


DM (2') 1892 


4 


14 


2 16 


323-0 


3-04 


8.7 


. .10.4 


1831.97 


2 


4 


8.7 wh. 


4468 


Espin 71 


DM (53°) 1223 


4 


25 


53 37 


285.1 


3-2 


9-0 


.. 9.1 


I90I. 


Es 




M.Ar.3784) 


4469 


0. Stone 18 


0. Aig. S. 8124 


4 


40 


-26 47 


260.9 


3-49 


8-5 


•- 9 


1876.66 


Cin 


2 




4470 


H82 


.... 


4 


43: 


II 7: 


70 ± 


20 ± 


II 


= 11 


1820 + 


H 






4471 


H777 


DM(II°) 1776 


4 


55 


II 2 


357 ± 


S± 


10 


•13 


1820 + 


H 






4472 


A 335 


SD (4°) 2242 


4 


58 


- 4 34 


125.4 


1. 12 


8.4 


.. 9.2 


1902.16 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 29) 


4473 


Hd 114 




5 




-23 51 


333-0 


2± 


8.5 


. .10 


1870.18 


Hd 


I 




4474 


21198 


w vm". 64 


5 


4 


I 37 


157-5 


33.05 


8.0 


... 8.2 


1829.48 


S 


3 


White 


4475 


21195 


DM (30°) 1660 


5 


10 


30 49 


330-2 
153-0 


8-63 
21.78 


8.3 


...10.8 
...13 


1827.9s 
1892.26 


2 
Ho 


3 

2 


A and B ) 

„ f 8.3 wh. 
A and C ) ' 


4476 


21197 


DM (29°) 1713 


8 5 


18 


29 54 


102.6 


1.65 


8.2 


... 9.0 


1829.25 


2 


3 


White 



80 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



8»' 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 1880 


Decl. tSBo 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


4477 


2 iige 


f Cancri 


8" 5'"20' 


18° I' 


57-6 


1^14 


5.0... 5.7 


1826.22 


2 3 


AandB) ^^ 
A and C 












154.7 


5-30 


... 5-5 


1826.22 


2 3 


4478 


A 545 


SD (6°) 2498 


S 23 


- 6 51 


249.2 


348 


8.0. . .12.0 


1903.86 


A 2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


4479 


H2431 


.... 


5 32 


59 40 


333-7 


8± 


10 ...12 


1830 + 


H 




4480 


P 1064 


19 Argus 


5 39 


-12 34 


244.9 


1.84 


6 ...12.5 


1889.08 


iS 4 


A and B 1 












298.6 


33-20 


...14-5 


1898.29 


A 2 


A and C I" 












256.0 


70.17 


...(10) 


1826.65 


S 2 


A and D ) 


4481 


2 1192 


56 Camelopardali 


S 43 


60 45 


256.1 


2.88 


6.8. ..10.5 


1832.00 


2 3 


A and B 1 53 

A and C 5 ""*'■" 












227.7 


48.64 


. . .10.2 


1832.00 


2 3 


4482 


H2433 




5 57 


- 8 55 


331-9 


i6± 


9-10. . .10-11 


1830+ 


H 




4483 


A. G. 151 


A. G. Leiden 3440 


6 8 


34 8 


146.2 


6.23 


9.2... 9-2 


1902.83 


/3 2 




4484 


H83 




6 II: 


4 50: 


120? 


20 ± 


14 ...15 


1820 + 


H 




4485 


H84 




6 II: 


4 53: 


240? 


I0± 


13 ...14 


1820+ 


H 




4486 


S 1 201 


w' vm''. 96 


6 21 


9 56 


179.9 


6.42 


8.0... 9-7 


1831-57 


2 3 


8.0 wA. 


4487 


H441 


DM (26°) 1747 


6 25 


26 5 


75 ± 


i5± 


9 ...II 


1820+ 


H 




, 4488 


Ho 38 


wvm''. 81 


6 33 


28 8 


80.5 


7-47 


8 ...13 


1886.22 


Ho I 




4489 


02 i8g 


Rad". 2109 


6 34 


43 24 


292.6 


4-13 


6.7.-- 9-8 


1846.46 


OS 5 


6.8 white 


4490 


H 4050 


SD (15°) 2310 


6 35 


-15 18 


303-3 


.... 


9 ... 9 


1836. I 


H 




4491 


> ■ . . 


DM (27°) 1563 


6 44 


27 29 


301-5 


19.25 


8.7. ..10.5 


1903-93 


? 2 




4492 


S 1202 


p vm''. 13 


6 59 


n 13 


335-9 


2.36 


7.7--. 9-8 


1829.55 


2 3 


7.7 white 


4493 


S 1199 rej. 


DM (51°) 1399 


7 


51 10 


359-1 


28± 


8-9... 12 


1828 + 


H 




4494 


P204 


L 16074 


7 2 


10 45 


302.1 


1.06 


7.1. . .10.1 


1875.89 


A 4 




4495 


Hu 624 


DM (33°) 1660 


7 3 


33 32 


235-6 


1-37 


9.0. ..13.0 


1903.02 


Hu 2 


(SulL.O.Jfo.sl) 


4496 


Pritchett 


DM (16°) 1667 


7 6 


16 


345-7 


I. II 





1881.31 


Pt I 




4497 


2 1200 


0. Arg. W. 8750 


7 9 


50 8 


0.7 


8.40 


8.5... 8.5 


1830.26 


2 3 


White 


4498 


H8s 




7 17! 


— I l: 


7o± 


15-20 


II ...12 


1820 + 


H 




4499 


P 1243 


Cancri 37 


7 19 


18 2 


344-7 


1.40 


7-1. ..13 


1891.23 


|S 2 


Aand B ) 
A and C ) 












301-7 


64.60 


.... 


1898.31 


|3 2 


4500 


2 1203 rej. 


DM (27°) 1567 


7 25 


27 32 


237-5 


18.95 


8.4.. .11.5 


1903-96 


? 2 




4501 


2 1 193 


Camelopardali 176 


7 28 


72 47 


85.2 


44-37 


6.0. . . 9.0 


1831.81 


2 2 


6.0 very yel. 


4502 


P1244 


DM (2°) 1904 


7 31 


2 21 


50.3 


0-74 


7.9-.. 8.1 


1891.23 


/3 3 




4503 


H778 




7 31 


- I 37 


13s ± 


lK± 


10 ...II 


1820+ 


H 


(See p. 1071) 


4504 


Hu 115 


SD (13°) 2439 


7 35 


-13 33 


128. 1 


1.02 


9.0. ..lO.O 


1900.30 


Hu 3 


(^./. 485) 


4505 


02 188 


Rad". 2105 


7 42 


75 II 


194-0 


10.60 


6.7. . .10.0 


1847.30 


02 3 


Yellow 


4506 


H2435 




7 45 


- 5 24 


202.2 


3± 


lO-II.. .11 


1830+ ■ 


H 


'.In a fine duster" 


4507 


P904 


SD (5°) 2435 


7 52 


- 5 23 


81.3 


3-12 


8.4. . .10.0 


1880.16 


P 4 




4508 


2 1204 


DM (38°) 1889 


7 58 


38 51 


103-9 


11.82 


8.0... 9-0 


1829.30 


2 2 




4509 


Hd 115 


.... 


8 : 


- 5 25: 


II. 2 


8-99 


.... 


1868.25 


Hd 1 




451° 


Hdiie 




8 : 


- 5 25: 


0.4 


9.17 


.... 


1868.25 


Hd 1 




4SII 


Hd 117 




8 : 


- S 25: 


28.4 


8.19 


.... 


1868.25 


Hd 1 




4512 


H779 




8 4 


-13 45 


i35± 






1820 + 


H 


AandB) 
AandC) 












3io± 


.... 


.... 


1820 + 


H 


4513 


2 1206 


DM (7°) 1945 


8 15 


7 32 


199.0 


13-23 


9.0... 9-5 


1830.90 


2 3 




4514 


9 II. 87 




8 36: 


— 6 20: 


176.2 




.... 


1783-18 


W 




4515 


H2434 




8 43 


53 42 


50.0 


i5± 


10 ...II 


1830 + 


H 




4516 


2 1207 


DM (5°) 1918 


8 54 


5 55 


191. 2 


10.51 


8.0. . .11.0 


1830.73 


2 2 


8,0 wh. 


4517 


P1196 


DM (60°) 1 127 


8 55 


59 57 


62.0 


0-45 


8.5.--10-5 


1890.97 


/3 2 




4518 


H442 




9 


26 38 


I0± 


6± 


9 ...10 


1820+ 


H 




4519 


Ho 524 


w» vm". 147 


9 4 


19 4 


343-7 


3.88 


8 ...II 


1894-27 


Ho 2 


(A.N.iSii) 


4520 


H2436 




9 " 


14 16 


169.9 


l6± 


9-10... 13 


1830 + 


H 
/3 3 




4521 


2 1209 rej. 


DM (8°) 2014 


9 IS 


8 


142. 1 


20.15 


8.9..- 9-1 


1903.89 




4522 


H780 


DM (34°) 1793 


9 22 


34 10 


200 ± 
I90± 


I0± 

5± 


9-10... 10 


1820 + 
1820 + 


H 
H 


A and B ) 
B and C 5 


4523 


H2437 


Cord. DM (29°) 5780 


9 31 


—29 26 


43-5 


20 ± 


9-10... 10 


1830+ 


H 


8.7 m. in C. DM 


4524 
4525 


2 1210 


L 16166 


9 33 


3 10 


113-5 


15.80 


7-2.-. 9-5 


1820.22 


S 2 


7.2 very wh. 


A 546 


SD (6°) 2531 


8 9 39 


- 6 45 


68.1 


0.25 


9-1--- 9-3 


1903-90 


A 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 



91 



8"^ 



Burnham : General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Niimbc 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. j88o 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


4526 


2 1205 


DM (56°) 1288 


8" 9°" 50^ 


56°49' 


i85?5 


0?78 


8.5- 


. 8.8 


1831.96 


2 


3 




4527 


HU625 


DM (33°) 1670 


9 57 


33 12 


350.9 


1.78 


8.8. 


.11.2 


1903.02 


Hu 


2 


(.Bui. L. 0. No. 57) 


4528 


H2438 


SD (19°) 2313 


9 59 


-19 37 


5o± 


I5± 


9-10. 


.10-11 


1830 + 


H 






4529 


P 1065 


j3 Cancri 


10 


9 33 


294.7 


29.14 


3-5. 


•14 


1889. II 


^ 


3 




4530 


H781 


w vm". 164 


10 3 


26 44 


3i5± 


2K± 


9 . 


.10 


1820 + 


H 




Double in A. G. 


4531 


2 1211 


L 16151 


10 23 


39 22 


132.7 


1.64 


8.7- 


. 9.2 


1831.27 


S 


3 


White 


4532 


Hd 118 


Cord. DM (24°) 6697 


10 23 


-24 30 


o± 


lM± 


9.5^- 


. 9K 


1869.80 


Hd 






4533 


S 1212 


DM (31°) 1779 


10 35 


31 12 


233 -7 


5-44 


8.2. 


• 9.7 


1829.26 


S 


3 


8.2 white 


4534 


H782 


SD (11°) 2297 


10 37 


— II II 


240 ± 


I0± 


9-10. 


.10-11 


1820 + 


H 






4535 


H86 


.... 


10 56: 


— 4 26: 


230 ± 

95 ± 

245 ± 


10-12 

I2± 

i5± 


12 


= 12 

..18 

-IS 


1820 + 
1820 + 
1820 + 


H 
H 
H 




A and B 1 
A and C [^ 
B and D ) 


4536 
4537 


Ho 39 
P905 


DM^27°) 1580 
0. Arg. S. 8288 


10 59 
10 59 


27 46 

-15 57 


348.2 
12.2 


6.17 

3-75 


9 • 

7.8. 


.10 
. .10.4 


1883.28 
1879.72 


Ho 


I 

4 


(A. N. 2778) 

(See p. 1071) 


4538 


P I02 


L 16234 


II 


- 8 39 


121. 5 


3-08 


7.0. 


.10.5 


1875.41 


A 


3 




4539 


P454 


0. Arg. S. 8295 


II 4 


-30 33 


18.6 


2± 


8.0. 


.10.0 


1877.30 


P 


I 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 












287.5 


19.12 




.14 


1898.27 


See 


I 


4540 


Hn 95 


Cord.DM(28°)S733 


II 8 


—28 25 


168.3 


3.73 


9.0. 


. 9-9 


1888.93 


Com 4 




4541 


A 336 


SD (5°) 2474 


II 8 


- 6 2 


347-0 


4-30 


8.4. 


.12.6 


1902.20 


A 


4 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 29) 


4542 


Howe 21 


L 1623s 


II 12 


- 2 51 


249.0 


1-49 


7-5- 


.11.0 


1879.27 


Cin 


I 


From Cin 5 


4543 


A 337 


SD(4'')2288 


II 19 


- 5 


64.0 


0.27 


7-9. 


. 8.2 


1902.22 


A 


3 


(5a/. L. 0. No. 29) 


4544 


H 4070 


L 16257 


II 19 


-14 47 


103.5 


30 ± 


7K- 


.12 


1836.2 


H 






4545 


Pgoe 


L 16259 


II 23 


-IS 52 


187. 1 


3-45 


8.2. 


.10.8 


1879-97 


P 


4 




4546 


H87 





II 26: 


6 52: 


260? 


4± 


10 . 


. .12 


1820 + 


H 




"Probably 2 1213" 


4547 


2 1213 


DM (6°) 1922 


II 32 


6 50 


327-7 


8.43 


9.0. 


..II. 5 


1830.90 


S 


3 




4548 


H444 


DM (20°) 204s 


II 33 


19 59 


95 ± 


30 ± 


8 . 


• • 9 


1820+ 


H 






4549 


6.Anderson4 


0. Arg. H. 881S 


II 36 


68 49 


144-0 
321.7 


9-83 
19.72 


8.0. 


..13 
. .10.0 


1902.23 
1831.40 


/3 

S 


2 
2 


A and B %.oyel. 
A and C ) 5 1208 


4550 


02 (App) 91 


w vm''. 207 


II 50 


35 25 


225.7 


92.49 


6.6. 


.- 7-5 


1875.24 


J 


3 




4551 


Howe 22 


Cord. DM (26°) 5810 


12 26 


-26 54 


115.5 


3.26 


8.5. 


.. 9.0 


1877. II 


Cin 


I 




4552 


Hu 224 


Rad'. 2126 


12 26 


47 48 


314.8 


4-32 


7.0. 


. .12.0 


1898.92 


Hu 


3 


Aand B 

AC = 
A and C S- 02 190 












167.0 


38.66 


7.2. 


.. 8.5 


1867.96 


A 


3 












98.5 


78.01 




.. 7.4 


1967.99 


J 


3 


AandD "'• 


4553 


Hu 626 


DM (32°) 1717 


12 35 


32 41 


IS3-6 


3-36 


8.0. 


..12.0 


1903.02 


Hu 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 57) 


4554 


H 2441 


0. Arg. S. 8350 


13 


-19 54 


145.2 


I0± 


9-10. 


.■13 


1830 + 


H 




Aand B 
AandC) 












151.8 


I0± 




. . 9-10 


1830 + 


H 




4555 


H 4072 


SD (19°) 2348 


13 10 


-19 35 


178. 1 


8± 


%%. 


•■13 


1836. I 


H 






4556 


P 1320 


DM (17°) 1820 


13 12 


17 23 


0.2 
173.3 


4.80 
0.41 


9.5. 
10 . 


.. 9.8 
. .11 


1904.02 
1904.04 


;3 


3 

I 


AandBC AB = 

2x214 
B and C rcj. 


4557 


H88 


DM ( — 0°) i960 


13 20 


— 22 


i30± 


20± 


9 • 


•-13 


1820 + 


H 






4558 


H243g 




13 25 


59 52 


107.0 


2K± 


II . 


..14 


1830 + 


H 




"Difficult" 


4559 


H 2440 




13 29 


50 57 


267.0 


3± 


12 . 


.13 


1830 + 


H 






4560 


H89 




13 44: 


12 55: 


i30± 


20 ± 


10 . 


.11 


1820-f 


H 






4561 


P576 


L 16300 


'3 59 


34 19 


1431 


1.48 


7-0. 


.13 


1878.05 


/3 


I 




4562 


P907 


SD (12°) 2462 


14 4 


-12 27 


57-8 


0.82 


8.5. 


.10.7 


1879.74 


/3 


2 




4563 


Arg. 18 


0. Arg. H. 8866 


14 7 


64 32 


40 ± 


i5± 


9 ■ 


. 9 


.... 


P 






4564 


H783 


DM (7°) i960 


14 II 


7 I 


70± 


i5± 


9 .. 


.10 


1820+ 


H 






4565 


02 (App) 92 


Rad". 2128 


14 14 


57 48 


177-9 


57-91 


7.S-. 


. 9.0 


1875-95 


J 


3 




4566 


H445 


DM (25°) 1907 


14 26 


25 46 


i77± 


9± 


9 .. 


.10 


1820+ 


H 






4567 


2 121S rej. 




14 33 


I 49 


348-8 


I4± 


11-12. 


. . 12 


1831 + 


H 






4568 


A 338 


SD (4°) 2306 


14 43 


- 4 47 


340.0 


0.29 


8.5.. 


. 8.5 


1902.47 


A 


3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 29) 


4569 


H 1 160 





15 10 


47 9 


i55± 


20± 


9 .. 


.12 


1828 + 


H 




Probably DM (47°) 


4570 


2 1216 


L 16375 


15 15 


- I 13 


115.2 


0.45 


7.S-. 


. 8.2 


1831.24 


S 


5 


White '"' 


4571 


H4078 


Cord. DM (23°) 7157 


15 30 


-23 43 


132.9 


I2± 


^%.. 


.11 


1835.2 


H 






4572 


A 547 


A. G. Leiden 3501 


IS 34 


30 25 


238.0 


1.68 


9.0.. 


- 9-3 


1903.32 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. so) 


4573 


A 548 


A. G. Leiden 3502 


8 IS 35 


30 55 


256.7 


2.28 


8.8.. 


.14-5 


1903.34 


A 


2 


(But. L. 0. No. so) 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



^^ 



Number 


Double Stai 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


4574 


Hgo 




ghijm 


39:= 


- 3°25:' 


135° ± 


iS"± 


.. 




1820 + 


H 




AandB 
A and C ) 














320 ± 


50 ± 






1820 + 


H 




4575 


H244a 




15 


42 


47 45 


88.5 


i5± 


II .. 


.12 


1830 + 


H 






4576 


2 1217 


DM (45') 1576 


IS 


56 


45 21 


241.0 


29.80 


7.2.. 


. 8.7 


1830.29 


S 


3 


7.2 yeVsk. wh. 


4577 


Ho 52s 


DM (20°) 2070 


16 


6 


20 24 


150. 5 


0.39 


8.5.. 


. 8.5 


1895.30 


Ho 


2 


AandB } (_a. N. 
AB and C J 3557) 














155-3 


37.08 




.12 


1895.30 


Ho 


2 


4578 


S 1218 


DM (23°) 1944 


16 


22 


23 34 


269.0 


4-34 


8.5.. 


. lo.o 


1831.03 


S 


4 




4579 


H91 




16 


32: 


12 28: 


60 ± 


I5± 


13 •- 


.14 


1820 + 


H 






4580 


Z 1219 


DM (8°) 2042 


16 


32 


8 I 


260.0 


11.57 


8.5.. 


. 8.5 


1834.22 


S 


3 


White 


4581 


S565 


Rad'. 2132,2133 


16 


35 


42 24 


164.8 


73-04 


7 .. 


.10 


1824.67 


s 


2 




4582 


Hu 116 


SD (10°) 2495 


16 


51 


-10 18 


170.5 


1.82 


9.0.. 


- 9-4 


1900.28 


Hu 


3 


AandB J 
AB and C \ 














7.0 


16.92 




. 9-8 


1900.26 


Hu 


2 


4583 


H2443 


DM (52°) 1306 


17 


II 


51 58 


324-4 


I2± 


9-10. . 


.14 


1830 + 


H 






4584 


A 549 


SD (6°) 2566 


17 


15 


- 6 26 


145.2 


4.20 


8.5. . 


.11.0 


1903.86 


A 


2 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


4585 


Ho 526 


Cord. DM (26°) 5940 


17 


22 


-26 6 


84.6 


1-34 


10 . . 


.10 


1890.25 


Ho 


I 


(^.^.3557) 


4586 


H3309 




17 


2S 


62 59 


129.4 


i8± 


9 -- 


. 9-10 


1831 + 


H 






4587 


Ho 353 


P viu''. 60 


17 


46 


-25 58 


223.5 


32.21 


6.0.. 


-13 


1890.25 


Ho 


2 




4588 


OS 191 rej. 


L 16452 


17 


52 


20 32 


191. 


37-50 


7.0.. 


. 8.3 


1867.69 


<d 


3 


White: Hue 


4589 


2 1221 


DM (14°) 1887 


17 


S3 


14 4 


III. I 


5-12 


9.1.. 


.10.3 


1829.24 


S 


6 




4590 


Ho 527 


Cord.DM(26°)595l 


17 


S3 


-26 6 


sp 


I0± 


9 -- 


.12 


1890.25 


Ho 




(.A. N. 3557) 


4591 


2 1220 


DM (24°) 1921 


18 


9 


24 44 


208.3 


29-89 


8.0. 


- 9-5 


1828.77 


S 


2 


Yel'shwh. 


4592 


H446 


DM (31°) 1810 


18 


18 


31 28 


3S0± 


i8± 


9 ■ 


.11 


1820 + 


H 




** Small star Hue" 


4593 


P 1066 


L 16489 


18 


31 


9 49 


187-7 


2.25 


6.8. 


.13-2 


1889.12 


^ 


3 




4594 


21 1222 


DM (38°) 1908 


18 


31 


37 56 


46.6 


10.04 


8.0. 


. 90 


1830.26 


S 


2 


White 


4595 


Espin 18 


DM (42°) 1870 


18 


49 


42 30 


236.6 


12.24 


8.5. 


. 9-2 


1892. II 


Es 


I 


(A.N.-iiij) 


4596 


H4088 


Lac. 3298 


18 


52 


-28 35 


290± 


2S± 


6 . 


.11 


1834 + 


H 




7 m. in 0. Arg. S. 


4597 


Ssee 


Cancri 


19 


10 


28 17 


21.8 


120.94 


6^. 


.11 


1825.18 


S 


2 


White 


4598 


Schj. 9 


DM (6°) 1951 


19 


24 


6 21 


150.2 


3-69 


10.2. 


.10.5 


1873-74 


A 


2 




4599 


Hu 714 


DM (32°) 1731 


19 


26 


32 35 


57-6 


0.38 


8.5. 


. 9-0 


1902.77 


Hu 


' 




4600 


5 V. 109 


Cancri 64 


19 


29 


7 57 


325.0 


35-40 


6 . 


.12 


1783.14 


m 


I 




4601 


2 1223 


0= Cancri 


19 


32 


27 20 


212.0 


4-S6 


6.0. 


. 6.5 


1829.45 


S 


7 


White 


4602 


2 1224 


w' Cancri 


19 


32 


24 56 


37-3 


5.84 


6.0. 


- 7-1 


1830.76 


S 


9 


White 


4603 


H2446 


Cord. DM (30°) 6203 


19 


35 


-30 15 


103-5 


20 ± 


9- 


= 9 


1830 + 


H 






4604 


H786 




19 


37 


-IS 50 


3i5± 


5± 


II . 


.12 


1820 + 


H 






4605 


Schj. 10 


DM (0°) 2294 


19 


38 


— I 




45 ± 


7-5- 


. 9 










4606 


5 VI. 118 


30 Monocerotis 


19 


40 


- 3 31 




90.90 






1783. II 


M 






4607 


2 1226 


DM (4°) 1974 


19 


52 


4 54 


145-7 


2.32 


8.0. 


.10.6 


1833-25 


S 


4 


8.0 ivh. 


4608 


S 568 


0. Aig. S. 8506 


19 


54 


-23 39 


85.0 


40.63 


6 . 


- 9 


1825.16 


S 


3 




4609 


p 1067 


Ursae Majoris 


20 


17 


61 7 


191-4 


7.01 


3-5- 


.15.2 


1889.22 


/3 


3 




4610 


2 1227 


DM (23°) i960 


20 


21 


23 33 


163.4 


24.64 


7-5- 


. 8.8 


1828.94 


S 


3 


7.5 very wh. 


461 1 


2 1228 


w vin''. 431 


20 


22 


27 57 


352.0 


8.93 


8.0. 


. 8.5 


1828.28 


S 


2 


Very wh. 


4612 




2 Hydrae 


20 


27 


- 336 


3-1 


72.10 


6.6. 


.10.4 


1903.18 


|S 


3 




4613 


2 1229 rej. 


DM (2°) 1972 


20 


33 


2 49 


120.6 


20 ± 


9-10. 


.12 


1831 + 


H 




From H (VI) 


4614 


H448 


w' vm''. 442 


20 


33 


21 51 


320 ± 


25 ± 


8 . 


• 9 


1820 + 


H 




"A neb. in the field 
2' dist." 


4615 


02193 


1, 16548 


20 


34 


33 55 


295.1 


14.20 


7.0. 


.11.0 


1851.02 


OS 


4 




4616 


HU715 


DM (35°) 1828 


20 


37 


35 28 


185-9 


2.57 


8.5. 


.12.5 


1902.77 


Hu 


I 




4617 


Hn 96 


SD (22°) 2265 


20 


39 


— 22 19 


343-0 


3.22 


9-3- 


.11-3 


1888.53 


Com 3 




4618 


H2445 


DM (52°) 1313 


20 


43 


52 27 


164.3 


28 ± 


8-9- 


-13 


1830 + 


H 




■'A third star 20' 


4619 
4620 
4621 


H2444 
2 1225 
Ho 528 


0. Arg. N. 9099 
Cord. G. C. 11312 


20 
20 
21 


47 
55 
13 


60 

51 36 

-31 47 


33-3 

194.2 

sp 


5± 
3-48 

I2± 


10 . 
8.5. 

7-2- 


.14 
. 8.5 
. .12 


1830 + 

1831.25 

1894.18 


H 
S 
Ho 


3 


dist." 
White 

U. N. 3557) 


4622 


H2448 


DM (14°) 1896 


21 


35 


14 2 


291-1 


i8± 


9-10. 


. .n-12 


1830 + 


H 






4623 


Arg. 19 


0. Arg. S. 8544 


21 


36 


—21 IS 


270± 


I2± 


9 • 


.- 9 


1875 


jS 






4624 


2 1230 


DM (17°) 1852 


21 


37 


17 15 


194. 1 


28.00 


8-3. 


. .10.0 


1829.18 


s 


3 


8.3 wh. 


4625 


H2449 


.... 


21 


38 


—26 19 


200.0 


7± 


II 


= II 


1830 + 


H 






4626 


H92 


.... 


8 21 


41: 


4 52: 




i5± 


10 . 


. .11 


1820 + 


H 



































03 



B^ 







Burnham: 


General Catalogue of Double Stars 








Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalog:ue 


R. A. I 


83o 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


4627 


A 550 


SD(3°)2356 


8"2l'"4i' 


- 4° I' 


i89?7 


0^x6 


7-5-.- 7-5 


1903.04 


A 


2 


{Bui. L. 0. No. so) 


4628 


H2447 




21 


46 


52 36 


270.6 


I8± 


II ...14 


1830 + 


H 






4629 


H93 


DM (12°) 1846 


21 


53 


12 36 


285 ± 


i5± 


10 = 10 


1820+ 


H 






4630 


H5473 




22 


20 


6 3 


i75± 


5± 


15 ---16 


1823 + 


H 






4631 


H2450 




22 


22 


14 6 


i7o± 


— 


9-10 = 9-10 


1830+ 


H 






4632 


S 1231 


DM (31°) 1819 


22 


23 


31 46 


210.6 


24.82 


8.2... 8.7 


1828.29 


S 


2 


Very ivh. 


4633 


H787 


w vin''. 551 


22 


23 


- 6 21 


295 ± 


20± 


9 ...II 


1820 + 


H 




A and B 1 
B and C 5 














260 ± 


8± 


...11 + 


1820 + 


H 




4634 


A 551 


p vin*'. 81 


22 


26 


- 2 7 


59-7 


0.24 


7.4... 7-5 


1903.04 


A 


3 


A and B ) rp^Q _ 
ABandC) * "33) 














331-5 


18.20 


7.2.. .11.5 


1828.71 


2 


2 


4635 


A. G. 152 


DM ^2o°) 2095 


22 


31 


20 50 


.... 


— 


8.5... 










4636 


Weisse 19 


w vm''. 482 


22 


37 


26 36 





3± 


7-8... 9 




... 


• 




4637 


H450 


DM (18°) 1950 


22 


46 


18 22 


295 ± 


3± 


10 = 10 


1820 + 


H 




*' Neat double star" 


4638 


02 192 rej. 


Rad.' 2146 


22 


50 


75 8 


233-3 


1.83 


6.5. . .10.0 


187I.II 


A 


5 


6.5 >^/. 


4639 


Arg. 20 


0. Arg. S. 8579 


23 


15 


-17 8 


172.4 


iS-30 


8.2... 8.5 


1877-15 


Cin 


2 




4640 


H2451 


DM (23°) 1966 


23 


30 


23 2 


186.4 


i5± 


10 ...lO-II 


1830 + 


H 






4641 


Hu 627 


DM (35°) 1833 


23 


31 


34 55 


266.0 


0.88 


9.0. . .10.0 


1902.99 


Hu 


2 




4642 


H94 




23 


33: 


- 3 36: 


225 ± 


15-20 


II = II 


1820 + 


H 






4643 


21237 


DM (8°) 2068 


23 


36 


8 49 


177.0 


5.40 


9.0. . .11.8 


1831.23 


S 


3 




4644 


H788 




23 


41 


28 41 


220 ± 


4± 


10 ...10+ 


1820+ 


H 






4645 


21234 


DM (55°) 1284 


23 


51 


55 46 


71-3 


20.76 


7.0... 8.3 


183I.OI 


S 


3 


7.0 yel. 


4646 


H95 




23 


55: 


5 52: 


3i5± 


25 ± 


II = II 


1820+ 


H 






4647 


Hu 716 


DM (35°) 1834 


23 


56 


35 22 


106.3 


0.44 


7.0... 8.5 


1902.77 


Hu 


I 




4648 


2 1236 


DM (32°) 1746 


23 


57 


32 20 


116. 9 


35-79 


8.0... 8.5 


1828.30 


S 


2 


White 


4649 


H789 


SD (9°) 2536 


24 


4 


- 9 51 


40 ± 


5± 


10 ...12 


1820 + 


H 




\ "In the same field" 


4650 


H790 


SD (9°) 2540 


24 


13 


- 9 50 


2I0± 


7± 


II ...12 


1820 + 


H 




4651 


2 1238 


DM (33°) 1705 


24 


23 


33 33 


319-6 


29-74 


8.0... 9-7 


1828.29 


2 


2 


8.0 •white 


4652 


2 1232 


DM (66°) 560 


24 


24 


66 41 


350.2 


31.09 


8.0... 8.2 


1832.02 


2 


3 


White 


4653 


H4100 


SD (17°) 2522 


24 


39 


-17 57 


179-3 


20 ± 


9;^.--ii 


1836. I 


H 




8.0 m. in SD 


4654 


21239 


DM (37°) 1873 


24 


42 


37 54 


289.0 


12.66 


8.5... 9-8 


1829.27 


2 


3 


8.5 white 


4655 


H2452 


e Cancri 


24 


45 


18 30 


61.3 


60 ± 


5-6... 10 


1830 + 


H 




Yeiiow: blue 


4656 


S 123s 


rm{sr) 1152 


24 


47 


57 20 


79-8 


1.09 


8.0. . .10.0 


1831-95 


2 


3 


8.0 white 


4657 


HU717 


DM (32°) 1752 


25 


4 


32 52 


57-6 


0.38 


8.5... 9.0 


1902.77 


Hu 


I 




4658 


S569 


Cord. DM (25°) 6174 


25 


13 


-25 38 


341-6 


39-72 


8 ...10 


1825.14 


S 


2 


10 blue 


4659 


H 1161 


DM (46°) 1413 


25 


14 


46 20 


3o± 


8± 


10 ...13 


1828 + 


H 






4660 


2 1240 


L 16737 


25 


37 


33 SO 


70.4 


22.15 


7.2. . .10.2 


1830.63 


2 


3 


7 . 2 white 


4661 


H452 




26 





29 53 


3i5± 


25 ± 





1820+ 


H 




" Points to a very- 
faint neb. 5S/." 


4662 


23119 


w vm". 638 


26 


7 


8 54 


213.6 


24.82 


8.0. . .11.0 


1830.20 


2 


4 


8.0 yel. 


4663 


2 1 24 1 rej. 


DM (6°) 1983 


26 


IS 


6 7 




CI. Ill 


.... 


.... 


2 




From Cat. Nov, 


4664 


H96 


Mil I 3290 


26 


16 


- 32 


20± 


30± 


9 ••• 9 


1820 + 


H 




A and B )(See p. 
A and C J ^°7i) 














I45± 


40 ± 


... 9 


1820 + 


H 




4665 


2 1242 


DM (47°) 1594 


27 


36 


47 32 


170. 5 


2.54 


8.6... 9.3 


1832.51 


2 


5 


White 


4666 


2 1243 


w vm". 675 


27 


41 


2 


221.4 


1.99 


8.0. . .10.3 


1830.90 


2 


3 


8,0 white 


4667 


H97 


DM (13°) 1942 


27 


48 


13 18 


275 ± 


7-8 


10 ...xoyi 


1820 + 


H 






4668 


P205 


0. Arg. S. 8685 


27 


54 


—24 12 


3io± 


o.5± 


7 ••- 7 


1874.19 


^ 






4669 


A. G. 153 


A. G. Lund 4289 


27 


57 


35 I 


90.2 


2.85 


9.0... 9.1 


1902.81 


|8 


2 




4670 


H2453 


SD(5°)2572 


27 


58 


- 5 38 


90.0 


I0± 


9 ---13 


1830 + 


H 




"A third lom./." 


4671 


KU31 


DM (7°) 1996 


28 


I 


7 36 


15-5 


6.00 


9.6. . .10.2 


1901.67 


Ku 


2 


Kustner (3831) 


4672 


Hu 117 


SD (11°) 2388 


28 


13 


-II 48 


2.2 


1.50 


8.5. ..13.0 


1900.21 


Hu 


2 


M./.485) 


4673 


H2454 




28 


34 


- 6 12 


216.5 


4± 


II = II 


1830 + 


H 






4674 


H791 





28 


40 


32 58 


5S± 


2>^± 


12 = 12 


1820 + 


H 






467s 


2 1246 


w vm". 721 


29 


23 


10 19 


114. 1 


10.28 


8.4... 9.4 


1829.19 


2 


4 


8.4 yel'sh 


4676 


H2455 




29 


27 


19 6 


141-3 


I0± 


II ...13 


1830+ 


H 






4677 


21245 


p vm". 108 


29 


29 


7 2 


25-4 


10.33 


6.0. . . 7.0 


1832.95 


2 


6 


Vtl'sh: y,r shred 


4678 


02 (App) 94 


w vm". 723 


29 


31 


14 12 


132.7 


43-54 


7.2... 7.7 


1875-OS 


A 


3 




4679 


2 1244 


DM (42°) 1903 


8 29 


38 


42 13 


5.8 


3.58 


8.2... 9.8 


1831-93 


2 


3 


i.iyel'sk 



94 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



8'' 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A.I 


J80 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


4680 


S 1247 rej. 


DM (5°) 2006 


8" 29°' 


43' 


5°47' 


15-7 


27596 


9.6. 


.10.5 


1902.95 


? 


I 


A and B ) 
A and C 5 














158.6 


60.07 




.10.5 


1902.9s 


/3 


I 


4681 


H2458 




29 


49 


3 56 


326.1 


IS± 


10 . 


.11 


1830+ 


H 






4682 


A. G. 154 


A. G. Berlin B 3449 


29 


S3 


23 40 


5-4 


1.72 


9-1. 


• 9-3 


1901.34 


Ku 


2 




4683 


H3310 


DM(I5°)I8SS 


30 


4 


15 30 


67.7 


8± 


10 . 


.12 


1831 + 


H 






4684 


P206 


Cord. 6. C. 1 1 565 


30 


17 


-24 42 


278.6 


i-5± 


8.0. 


. 9-0 


1874.19 


/3 


1 




468S 


H2457 




30 


30 


47 54 


265.0 


I0± 


10 . 


.12 


1830 + 


H 




I "Triple" 














289.7 


23 ± 




•13 


1830 + 


H 




4686 


H2455 




30 


36 


59 5 


341-4 


4M± 


10 . 


.12 


1830 + 


H 






4687 


H792 





30 


41 


— II II 


I00± 


6± 


11 . 


-15 


1820+ 


H 






4688 


Z 1249 rej. 


.... 


30 


43 


20 9 


.... 


CI. Ill 


8 . 


. 8 


.... 


S 




From Cat. Nov. 


4689 


H4S4 


w° vm''. 713 


30 


48 


19 56 


268 ± 


30 ± 


8 . 


.14 


1820+ 


H 






4690 


Hn97 


DM (14°) 1934 


30 


56 


14 40 


65.9 


5-37 


II. 0. 


.11.0 


1888.27 


Com 


4 




4691 


Innes 3S5 




31 


: 


-20 43: 


50 ± 


o.8± 


. 




1900.3 


I 




{M. N. LXII, 475) 


4692 


H453 


DM (34°) 1874 


31 





34 54 


io5± 


20 ± 


9 • 


.20 


1820+ 


H 






4693 


S 1250 


DM (52") 1327 


31 


27 


52 13 


167.4 


21.72 


8.8. 


. 8.8 


1831.63 


S 


3 


White 


4694 


H98 





31 


28: 


— 2 I: 


io5± 


2± 


II 


= 11 


1820 + 


H 






4695 


A 339 


80(5°) 2590 


31 


31 


- 6 3 


8.8 


1-99 


8.1. 


.12.8 


1902.21 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 29) 


4696 


S1251 


DM (41°) 1866 


31 


50 


41 43 


29.2 


6.17 


9.0. 


• 9-7 


1830.96 


S 


3 




4697 


2 1248 


DM (62°) lOIO 


31 


56 


62 27 


208.6 


18.09 


8.3. 


. 8.8 


1831.70 


S 


3 


Very wh. 


4698 


H2459 




31 


57 


23 31 


237.2 


3± 


II . 


.11-12 


1830 + 


H 




"A third lom. 

60' «/." 


4699 


H99 


L 17008 


31 


59 


— 6 23 


220 ± 


8o± 


. 




1820 + 


H 




"Both large stars" 


4700 


Innes 68 


Cord. 8''. 2571 


32 


I 


-30 24 


67.2 


7.49 


8.8. 


.10.3 


1902.17 


I 


2 




4701 


S570 


B. A. C. 2906 


32 


13 


20 6 


83-5 


57-52 


8^. 


- ^Vz 


1825.15 


S 


3 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 














344-7 


177-98 




■ 9 


1825.14 


S 


2 


4702 


2 1252 rej. 


DM (8°) 2097 


32 


24 


8 36 


51.2 


18.33 


9.5- 


.10.0 


1904.03 


/s 


2 




4703 


H2461 


SD (5°) 2597 


32 


34 


- 5 21 


96.9 


i5± 


9-10 


= 9-10 


1830 + 


H 






4704 


H793 


DM (35°) 1856 


33 


2 


35 33 


265 ± 


8± 


10 . 


-13 


1S20 + 


H 




9.0m. in DM 


4705 


P584 


p vm''. 124 


33 


3 


19 58 


291 .0 


1.61 


8.0. 


.12.0 


1878.05 


|3 


2 


A and B ^ 
















157.0 


45.04 


r/z. 


. 8 


1825.13 


S 


2 


AandC 
















241.0 


92.26 




. 6 


1825.13 


S 


2 


AandD 
















87-9 


99.72 


• 


.. 


1875.07 


J 


3 


D and C 




4706 


5 IV. 60 


.... 


33 


12: 


65 11: 




30 ± 









lit 




Place uncertain 


4707 


H2460 


DM (55°) 1290 


33 


15 


55 2 


28.8 


20 ± 


9 • 


.11 


1830 + 


H 




9.3 m. in DM 


4708 


P207 


L 1709I 


33 


16 


-19 19 


103.6 


4-32 


6.5. 


.10.5 


1876.08 


i 


3 


6.5 red 


4709 


S125S 


L 17050 


33 


20 


6 12 


31-I 


26.56 


7.0 


...8.U 


1831.24 


S 


3 


YeFsh wh.: wh. 


4710 


S 1254 


p vm''. 129 


33 


29 


20 6 


53-9 


20.52 


6.5. 


. 9.0 


1831.31 


z 


3 


A and B 1 
AandC «-=-^. 














342.2 


63-36 




. 7-0 


1863.19 


i 


I 














43-5 


82.47 




. 8.0 


1863.19 


A 


I 


A and D ) 


471 1 


S574 


e Cancri 


33 


34 


19 58 


249.0 


132.80 


6 . 


.- 7 


1825.13 


S 


2 




4712 


H33II 




33 


50 


16 5 


150.6 


12± 


II . 


. .11-12 


1830+ 


H 






4713 


s 572 


w vm". 813 


33 


50 


20 8 


89-7 


75-95 


7 • 


-- 9 


1825.14 


S 


2 




4714 


P208 


L 17103 


33 


53 


—22 16 


30.4 


i.4± 


6.0. 


.. 9.0 


1874.19 


/3 


I 




4715 


P585 


Cancri 109 


34 


20 


20 54 


106.4 


0.40 


7-5- 


.. 9.0 


1878.10 


/3 


I 




4716 


See loi 


0. Arg. S. 8828 


34 


21 


-27 58 


91-S 


7.21 


8 . 


..11.8 


1897.83 


See 


I 




4717 


Ku 32 


DM (19°) 2078 


34 


26 


19 42 


172. 1 


2.13 


8.4. 


. .10.2 


1902.14 


Ku 


2 


Kustner (3821) 


4718 


S1256 


DM (49°) 1758 


34 


29 


49 44 


212.3 


25-49 


7.8. 


-- 9-3 


1830.26 


S 


3 


7.8 yeVsh 


4719 


H4120 


/Mali 


34 


43 


-29 8 


40± 


S0± 


SY2. 


. .11 


1837 -I 


H 






4720 


A 340 


SD (5°) 2608 


34 


47 


- 5 16 


300.9 


2.01 


9.0. 


..12.8 


1902.21 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 29) 


4721 


S 1262 


DM (24°) 1976 


34 


54 


24 14 


201.7 


6.62 


8.0. 


. .10.0 


1830.24 


S 


3 


8.0 white 


4722 


Hu 118 


SD (14°) 2612 


34 


54 


-14 14 


324-4 


1.80 


9-0. 


..10.5 


1900.00 


Hu 


3 


(^./. 485) 


4723 


S 1258 


p vm"". 131 


34 


56 


49 18 


331-4 


9.62 


7-1- 


-. 7-4 


1830.75 


S 


5 


White 


4724 


2 1260 


w" vm". 891 


34 


59 


-II 45 


301.4 


4.91 


7.8. 


-. 8.3 


1830.89 


S 


3 


White 


4725 


H 102 




34 


59: 


— I 46: 


120± 


6± 


II . 


..14 


1820 + 


H 






4726 


Hioi 




35 


0: 


II 21: 


50 ± 


4± 


II . 


..11 + 


1820-f 


H 






4727 


S1261 


SD (11°) 2426 


8 35 


I 


— 11 30 


301.9 


29-84 


7-5. 


. .10.2 


1831.90 


S 


3 


j.iyePsh 



06 



b 




Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 






Numbe 


r Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 
9 ... 9-IC 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


4728 


H 2462 


DM (12°) 1891 


ghjjm gs 


I2°36' 


20° i 


12" ± 


1830 + 


H 


"F est, by diagram " 


4729 


H 103 




3S 17: 


- I 48: 


295 ± 


6± 


II ...14 


1820 + 


H 




4730 


|3 2og 


w= vm'». 849 


35 24 


39 14 


355-4 


1-56 


8.4... 8.7 


1875.77 


A 4 




4731 


Ho 354 


w» vm''. 86s 


35 34 


26 29 


176. 1 


0.68 


8.2... 8.8 


1891.97 


Ho 3 




4732 


H794 




35 52 


29 43 


i5o± 


4± 


10 ...II 


1820 + 


H 




4733 


S 1257 rej. 


DM (65°) 658 


35 58 


65 53 




CI. IV 


7 ...II 




2 




4734 


H4124 


9 Hydrae 


36 9 


-15 31 


122.8 


35 ± 


5 ..-14 


1834 + 


H 




4735 


S 1264 


SD(7°)2S83 


36 24 


- 7 58 


269.7 


5-78 


9..0. . 9.0 


1828.89 


S 3 




4736 


21253 


DM (72°) 429 


36 28 


72 27 


243-8 


25.85 


8.0. . .10.0 


1831.85 


S 2 


8.0 yel'sh 


4737 


5 VI. 107 


Monocerotis 201 


36 35 


- 8 4 


I50± 


90 ± 




1782 


W 




4738 


Ho 529 


0. Aig. S. 7143 


36 36 


-17 


343-0 


0.44 


7.6... 7.6 


1894-17 


Ho I 


(4.Af.35S7) 


4739 


Ho 355 


L 17186 


36 54 


- 2 16 


184.4 


0-39 


8 ... 8 


1892.75 


Ho 2 


(See p. 1071) 


4740 


H455 


DM (31°) 1870 


37 4 


30 55 


350 ± 


8± 


9 ...10 


1820 + 


H 




4741 


S 1266 


DM (28°) 1640 


37 12 


28 53 


635 


23.46 


8.0. . . 9.2 


1830.51 


S 4 


8.0 white 


4742 


S1265 


DM (14°) 1963 


37 14 


14 3 


3II-4 


5-85 


8.4. ..10.8 


1829.94 


S 4 




4743 


2 1263 


DM {42°) 1922 


37 17 


42 8 


4-1 


5-43 


7.6... 8.2 


1829.46 


S 2 


YeVskwh.: wh 


4744 


Kr 30 


A. G. Hels. 5678 


37 29 


58 8 


117. 1 


1-45 


9.5... 9.5 


1891.12 


^ 1 




4745 


H2463 




37 39 


-25 37 


311.5 


8± 


10 ...II 


1830 + 


H 




4746 


S579 


31 Monocerotis 


37 46 


- 6 48 


308.6 


77-92 


6 ... 9 


1824.02 


S 2 




4747 


H457 


5 Cancri 


37 54 


18 36 


i6o± 


25 ± 


5 ...15 


1820 + 


H 




4748 


A 552 


SD(3°)2454 


38 4 


- 3 46 


49-2 


0.24 


7.5--- 8.5 


1903.04 


A 2 


(But. L. 0. No. so) 


4749 


H 2464 




38 27 


-27 49 


355-3 


I2± 


10 ...II 


1830 + 


H 




4750 


H 104 




38 32: 


14 0: 


255± 


25 ± 


10 ...II 


1820 + 


H 




4751 


Hios 




38 38: 


13 42: 


245 ± 


20± 


II ...12 


1820 + 


H 




4752 


A 553 


A. G. Camb. 4681 


38 40 


29 27 


70.4 


2.44 


9.0. ..12.3 


1903-16 


A 3 


(S»/. L. 0. No. 50) 


4753 


2 1259 


•W Vm'". 937 


38 51 


38 56 


340.9 


4-97 


8.5... 9.0 


1829.94 


S 


White 


4754 


S 1267 rej. 


DM (4°) 2034 


38 54 


4 39 


60.5 


I2± 


II . . .11 + 


1830+ 


H 




4755 


H3312 




38 59 


16 40 


183-5 


3;^± 


12 = 12 


1831 + 


H 




4756 


Hd 119 




39 : 


-28 27 


20 ± 


i-5± 


9 ...II 


1870.18 


Hd I 




4757 


Kr3i 


A. G. Hels. 5684 


39 2 


6338 


278-4 


6.91 


9-5--- 9-8 


189I.12 


/3 I 




4758 


Ho 251 


■WT" vm''. 953 


39 3 


25 45 


151.1 


3.73 


8.5. ..12.2 


1887.28 


Ho 2 




4759 


H795 




39 4 


— 10 18 


5± 


3± 


lO-II. . .12 


1820+ 


H 




4760 


2 1270 


p vin''. 160 


39 17 


— 2 10 


259.1 


4.70 


6.6... 7.6 


1830.98 


S 4 


YePsh wh.: bluish 


4761 


2 1269 


DM (19°) 2000 


39 21 


19 41 


128.2 


11.48 


9-5--. 9-7 


1827.73 


S 2 


White 


4762 


See 106 


Cord. G. C. I1831 


39 23 


-23 21 


224.4 


17.47 


6 ...12 


1897.83 


See 2 


A and B ) 
BandCS 












333-0 


3-24 




1897-83 


See 2 


4763 


S 1268 


c Cancri 


39 26 


29 12 


307 -i 


30-46 


4.4... 6.5 


1828.04 


S 4 


Yel.; bluish 


4764 


H4131 


DM (16°) 1814 


39 34 


16 IS 


144-2 


20± 


10 = 10 


1836.2 


H 




4765 


H2465 


SD (4°) 244s 


39 45 


- 4 19 


90.0 


I4± 


10 . . .11 


1830 + 


H 




4766 


Hu 119 


SD (13°) 2668 


39 46 


-13 40 


356.5 


2.80 


8.4... 9.3 


1900.24 


Hu 3 


(^.7.483) 


4767 


H458 


DM (27°) 1667 


39 S3 


27 II 


305 ± 


i5± 


9 ...12 


1820 + 


H 




4768 


Dog — 




40 


56 38 


242.8 


38-84 


9.0.. .11.5 


1898.30 


Dog I 


A and B {Puh. 

Flower 
A and C Obsy. I) 












120.4 


6.55 


. . .12 


1898.30 


Doo I 


4769 


H796 


SD (6°) 2718 


40 2 


- 6 17 


i40± 


I2± 


9 ...II 


1820 + 


H 




4770 


H3313 


DM (1°) 2163 


40 9 


I 5 


57-5 


35 ± 


8 ...II 


1831 + 


H 


7.3 m. in DM 


4771 


Scbiapatelli 


e Hydrae 


40 25 


6 52 


142.0 


0.21 


4.0... 5.5 


1888.28 


Sp 6 


AandB 1 kCyel.: 












195-6 


3-20 


3.8... 7.8 


1830.60 


S 9 


AB and C [ ^^^Z' 












192.0 


20.05 


...12.5 


1878.60 


;3 2 


AB and D 2 1273 


4772 


See 105 


Cord. DM(26°)l64I 


40 28 


— 26 42 


116. 7 


22.99 


7 ...14-5 


1897.85 


See I 


A and B 












146.2 


22.98 


...14.5 


1897-85 


See I 


A and C ■ 












246.3 


22.93 


•-■14-5 


1897.85 


See I 


AandD 


4773 


Hu 120 


SD (13°) 2670 


40 30 


-13 55 


61.0 


0.45 


8.5... 8.8 


1900.24 


Hu 2 


(^.7.485) 


4774 


S 1276 


L 17294 


40 38 


II 36 


354-3 


12.50 


7.9..- 8.1 


1831.45 


2 5 


White 


4775 


2 1277 rej. 


DM (9°) 2052 


40 38 


9 II 




III-IV 


9 ...10 




S 


From Cat. Nov. 


4776 


2 1272 


L 17271 


40 44 


35 3 


342.8 


20.33 


7.7.. . 9.2 


1831.30 


S 2 


7.7 very wh. 
S.6yel-sh 




4777 2 1271 


DM (56°) 1337 


8 40 58 


56 39 


59-3 


1. 41 


8.6... 9.7 


1832.39 


S 4 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



81^ 



Number 



Double Star 



4778 
4779 
47S0 
4781 
4782 

4783 
4784 

4785 
4786 

4787 
4788 

4789 

4790 

4791 
4792 

4793 
4794 
4795 

4796 

4797 
4798 

4799 
4800 
4801 
4802 
4803 
4804 
4805 
4806 
4807 
4808 
4809 
4810 
4811 
4812 

4813 
4814 

4815 
4816 

4817 
4818 

4819 



4820 
4821 

4822 
4823 
4824 
4825 
4826 
4827 



2 1274 

H4135 

HU458 

Hu 121 
2 1281 
P586 

Kr32 

P33S 

A. G.Clark 3 
OH 194 
S 1275 

Z 1279 
S 1278 

H 106 

5 IV. 118 

W. Z. 3 

H 2467 
P 1068 

H2468 

A. 6. 155 
2 1282 

KU33 
S 1283 

H797 

A. G. 156 

H 4140 

A. G. 157 

H2469 
P io6g 

H459 

Ho 40 

H 2470 

H 4141 

Bowyer ' 

Ho 356 

H 2471 

H3314 
2 1280 

H 107 
S 1286 rej. 
2 1285 
02 (App) 96 



Perrotin 
2 1287 

S583 
H460 
H4143 
Arg. 21 
2 1288 
H798 



Star Catalogue 



Lyncis 129 

w= vm''. 1006 

DM (20°) 2219 
SD (10°) 2642 
DM (0°) 2393 
Monocerotis 237 
A. G. Hels. 5704 

L 17341 
/) Hydrae 

L 17347 

DM (58°) IIS3 

DM (40°) 2III 
DM (49°) 1776 



Z 86, No. 40 
L 17381 

w vm'^. 1078 

DM (25°) 1997 
Lyncis 1 30 
DM {18°) 2050 
W vm''. 1043 

A. G. Lund 4382 

A. G. Berlin B 3559 

L 17416 

DM (31°) 1891 

Cord. G. C. 11963 



0. Arg. N. 9342 
Monocerotis 241 
DM (4°) 2056 
DM (21°) 1925 
DM (26°) 18SS 



DM (8°) 2132 
DM (12°) 192s 

51 Cancri 

53 Cancri 

0. Arg. S. 9051 
0. Arg. N. 9369 

^ DM (29°) 1836 



R. A. 1880 



SI" 41"° 16' 

41 19 

41 20 

41 22 

41 26 

41 49 

41 49 

41 58 

42 s 
42 8 
42 9 



42 10 

42 14 

42 27: 

42 30: 

42 33 

42 53 

43 2 

43 S 

43 10 

43 13 

43 14 

43 15 

43 15 

43 19 

43 24 

43 27 

43 35 

43 41 

43 41 

43 41 

43 47 

43 51 

44 : 



Decl. 1880 



44 

44 



44 18 

44 22 

44 23 

44 24 

44 2& 

44 48 



44 49 

44 S3 

45 10 
45 16 
45 28 
45 29 
45 32 
45 37 



38°47' 

17 so 
20 5 

- 10 27 

28 
-16 37 

63 34 
3 4 
6 17 

1 o 
57 58 

40 2 
49 47 

- 3 31: 
29 3: 

-27 55 

11 44 

9 19 

- 4 48 

25 2 

35 31 

18 19 
15 17 

—14 10 

34 44 

- 12 58 

23 35 

12 45 
-10 34 

31 18 
31 51 
II 49 

-28 21 
8 43: 

-25 59 

- 6 49 
25 

71 16 

- 3 44 
4 28 

21 20 

26 II 



8 47 
12 35 

32 55 
28 43 

-22 46 
65 26 
28 54 

-10 20 



Position 
Angle 



40?8 

49.8 
197-9 

98.4 
329.6 

53-2 
190.3 
268.3 
144.9 

58.3 
196. 1 

73-0 
273.6 
125.6 
340 ± 

65 ± 
286.2 
196.2 
189.9 
313.0 
348.1 

277.4 
98.3 
123.3 
230 ± 
251.6 
280.1 

75.5 
151. 8 

60.8 
100 ± 
272.3 
350 ± 
329 ± 

43-9 
264.5 

28.5 
134.5 

33.9 

65 ± 

81.5 
338.9 
313.8 
259.5 
184.6 

349-3 

99.4 

108.8 

23.3 
320 ± 

131.8 
i3S± 
258.9 
140 ± 



8f89 

30 ± 
1.56 

3.93 
25.02 

0.75 

4.40 

2.72 

12.40 

12.43 
1.97 

35 ± 
1.60 

8.43 

24.10 
18.93 

7± 

0.45 

17.80 

20± 

3-40 

8.65 

16.46 

i5± 

10.67 

6± 

2.05 

6± 

2.13 
15-20 

0.55 
I4± 

8± 

3.06 

0.81 

5± 
iS± 

7-43 
20-25 

20± 

26.19 

41.91 



Magnitudes 



7.0. 

7 . 
9.0. 
8.8. 
7.8. 
6.5. 
9.0. 
7.2. 

5 - 
7-0- 
8.0. 

8.3. 
8.0. 

6 . 

8.5. 

10 . 

7.7. 



8.8.. 
7.0.. 
9.8.. 
7.0.. 

9 .. 
9.3-- 
9>^-. 
9-3-- 

10 . . 

6.6.. 
10 = 

9.0.. 
14 .. 

<)%■■ 

8.2.. 

lO-II. 

10 . . 
7-5-. 

10 .. 
9.0.. 
7.0.. 



0.78 


7.5 


1.40 


8.0 


15.58 




82.10 


7 


35± 


7-8 


i.5± 


8^ 


I0± 


9 


7.52 


8.9 


5± 


10 



. 8.7 
■ 15 

.12.5 

.11.8 
. 8.9 
. 9.0 
. 9.0 
.10.5 

.12.5 

.10.5 

. 8.0 
.(12) 
. 8.3 
.10.0 



. 8.5 
.11 
. 8.8 
.12.8 
.12 

. 7-0 
.10.1 
. 8.0 
.10 

. 9-3 
.10 

- 9-5 
.11-12 
.11 

= 10 
. 9.3 
.14 
.10 

. 8.5 
..14 
.10 
. 7-6 

.12 

- 9-7 
. 8.0 
.11.0 

. 8.7 
,.10.3 
. .12 

•15 
. .10 
. .10 

.. 9J^ 
.. 9.0 
..12 



Epoch 



Observer 



1830.26 

1836.2 

1902.34 

1900.24 

1833.48 

1878.15 

189I.I2 

1875.99 
1878.07 
1849.24 
1832.28 
1830 + 

1831.93 
1829.75 
1820 + 
1783.10 
1877.12 
1830 + 
1889.19 
1889.14 
1830 + 

1830.06 

1902.22 

1829.23 

1820 + 

1902.81 

1836.2 

1901.34 

1830 + 

1889.09 

1820 + 

1884.74 

1830 + 

1835.1 

1901.28 

1890.29 

1830 + 

1831 + 
1831.90 
1820 + 
1830 + 
1836.28 
1875.06 
1874.04 
1874.04 
1884.20 
1830.60 

1883.17 
1825.10 
1820 + 
1835.2 

1836.27 
1820 + 



2 2 
H 

Hu 2 

Hu 3 

2 5 

/3 I 

P I 
2 

3 
2 

4 



A 

OS 

2 

H 

S 3 
S 2 
H 

Ut I 
Cin I 
H 

/3 3 
jS 2 
H 



S 4 
Ku 2 
S 3 
H 

/3 2 
H 

Ku 2 
H 

P 3 
H 

Ho z 
H 
H 

Bow I 
Ho I 
H 
H 
S 4 

H 

H 

S 

A 

A 

A 

Per 

S 3 

En I 

S 2 

H 

H 

/3 

S 3 

H 



Notes 



Very wh,: ash 

{Bui, L. O. No. 2i) 
{A.J.6,%i) 
YeVsh wh. 



7.0 yel, 
A and B ) 
A and C ) 
White 
8.0 white 



ASwh, 



A and B 
AB and C 



YeVsh wh,: very 

•wh. 
Kustner C3821) 

White 



'Points to a neb. 8'/.' 



"Pos. est. from 

diagram " 

(M. N. LXII, 3B8) 



YeVsh 




Pale yellow. 


blue 


A and B J 




A and C >■ 




B and C ) 





AandB 
A and C 



8,0 wA, 



Yellow 

"Very elegant star " 

"Duplex CI. Ill" 

in Arg, 



97 



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Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 






Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


4828 


P587 


15 Hydrae 


8'" 45°' 41' 


- 6°44' 


I59?9 


o'45 


6.0... 9.0 


1878.19 


/S 2 


A and B 1 












340 ± 


43.03 


...(12) 


1783.00 


W 1 


AB and C |- 












53-2 


49.99 


. . .11.2 


1878.14 


/3 I 


AB and D ) 


4829 


2 1290 


DM (5°) 2073 


45 45 


4 55 


3IS.I 


3.27 


8.0. . . 9.9 


1834.49 


S 4 


8.0 wh. 


4830 


Jacob 4 




45 47: 


—21 32: 


222.6 


4± 


io>^...ioK 


1848. I 


J 




4831 


P407 


w" vni''. 1 1 59 


45 50 


— 6 20 


165.4 


6.09 


7.7.. .10.0 


1877.87 


A I 




4832 


Schj. 11 


L 17509 


46 4 


— 10 41 


352.2 


2.16 


8.7... 9.2 


1873.73 


& 2 




4833 


A. G. 158 


DM (50°) 1588 


46 9 


50 21 


336.9 


5. 44 


8.9... 9.0 


I9OI.21 


Es 2 




4834 


H108 




46 28: 


- 2 35: 


250 ± 


2± 


IS ...16 


1820 + 


H 


" Among several 

zom. stars" 


4835 


Z 1289 


w vui''. mo 


46 44 


44 3 


4.2 


3.80 


7.7... 8.5 


1830.26 


2 3 


White 


4836 


H2472 


SD (4°) 2480 


46 44 


- 4 25 


183.4 


i3± 


9 ...14 


1830 + 


H 




4837 


H799 




46 46 


- 9 I 


355 ± 


S± 


II ...13 


1820 + 


H 




4838 


H4146 


L17541 


46 48 


-12 47 


99.2 


35 ± 


6 . . .14 


1836.2 


H 




4839 


2 1291 


t' 57 Cancri 


46 55 


31 2 


333.3 


1.51 


5.9... 6.4 


1829.71 


2 5 


Yel. 


4840 


H1163 


DM (47°) 1622 


47 


47 24 


I7S± 


iS± 


9-10. .10 


1828 + 


H 




4841 


02 195 


P VIU''. 200 


47 32 


8 52 


138.9 


9-51 


7.4... 7.9 


1848.27 


OS 5 




4842 


2 1292 


w' vm''. 1206 


47 39 


- 8 


188.8 


5.84 


8.8... 9.0 


1831.16 


S 3 


White 


4843 


H 109 


DM (13°) 2010 


47 43 


13 6 


280 ± 


3± 


II — II 


1820 + 


II 




4844 


Ho 357 


w vm''. 1 147 


47 48 


26 40 


8.2 


31.06 


6.5. ..13 


1892.29 


Ho 2 


A.N.ini) 


4845 


A. G. 159 


A. G. Leid. 3695 


47 52 


33 14 


100.3 


6.75 


9.5... 9.5 


1903.40 


/3 2 




4846 


23120 


DM (44°) 1804 


48 5 


44 7 


348.1 


1.54 


7.8... 8.8 


1831.24 


S 3 


Yel'sh: wh. 


4847 


H2474 


Cord. DM (29°) 6896 


48 18 


-29 14 


219.9 


I2± 


10 ...12 


1830 + 


H 


A»ndB)..Afourth 
B and C 5 suspected" 












260.0 


8± 


...14 


1830 + 


H 


4848 


Hii62 




48 22: 


75 54 = 


232.8 


20 ± 


8 ...13-14 


1828 + 


H 




4849 


P24 


L 17586 


48 24 


- 8 18 


171.9 


1.03 


7.9... 9.0 


1875. IS 


^ 3 




4850 


H247S 


Cord. DM (25°) 6689 


48 29 


-25 34 


235.3 


i5± 


9 ...II 


1830+ 


H 


8.3 m. in Cord. 


4851 


P408 


Had". 2231 


48 58 


63 53 


344.0 


2.94 


7.8. ..10.3 


1877.80 


^ 3 




4852 


Hd 120 





49 : 


- 15: 


8.5 


6.62 




1868.22 


Hd I 




4853 


P103 


L 176H 


49 2 


- 7 22 


73.9 


2.90 


8.0. . .11.2 


1875.08 


A 2 




4854 


S58S 


0. Arg. S. 9131 


49 4 


-17 45 


323.2 


69.36 


6 ... 7 


1825.22 


S 3 




4855 


H2473 


DM (49°) 1787 


49 7 


49 20 


246.2 


i8± 


8 ...13 


1830+ 


H 




4856 


H461 


DM (21°) 1943 


49 31 


21 3 


280 ± 


I0± 


9 ...12 


1820+ 


H 




4857 


S584 


L 17624 


49 32 


-10 55 


211. 2 


71.19 


8 ...10 


1825.22 


S 2 




4858 


H2476 




49 32 


- 4 46 


31.0 


I2± 


II ...11 + 


1830+ 


H 




4859 


21295 


17 Hydrae 


49 37 


- 7 31 


358.8 


4.33 


7.2... 7.3 


1831.59 


S 3 


White 


4860 


2 1284 


Redhill 1291 


49 39 


81 31 


170.4 


2.38 


8.0... 9.7 


1833.14 


2 3 


8.0 wh. 


4861 


2 1294 rej. 


DM (33°) 1787 


49 52 


33 22 


341.3 


15± 


10 ...II 


1830+ 


H 




4862 


See 107 


« Pyxidis 


50 23 


-27 13 


267. 5 


23.85 


6 ...14.5 


1897.85 


See 1 




4863 


21293 


DM (54°) 1265 


50 35 


54 26 


92.2 


18.62 


7.8... 9.0 


1830.66 


2 3 


White 


4864 


Ho 252 


DM (30°) 1795 


50 41 


30 42 


i43± 


o.3± 


6.5... 6.5 


1887.22 


Ho 




4865 


H800 


SD (13°) 2720 


50 58 


— 13 16 


350 ± 


30 ± 


9 ...10 


1820+ 


H 




4866 


Hue28 


( Ursae Majoris 


50 59 


48 31 


351.8 


10.70 


3.1. ..10.3 


1845.27 


OS 4 


A and BC aB = 
BandC 5 °2'9'5 












203.3 


0.93 


9.5... 9.8 


1903-38 


A 2 


4867 


P 210 


L 17696 


SI 18 


-16 58 


181. 6 


2.40 


7.0... 7.4 


1875.48 


^ 3 




4868 


H801 




51 41 


- I 28 


260 ± 


4± 


II ...12 


1820+ 


H 




4869 


2 1296 


DM (35°) 1912 


51 47 


35 25 


71.2 


2.83 


8.5... 9.0 


1830.59 


2 3 




4870 


Hiio 


Cancri 


SI 54 


12 19 


320 ± 


I0± 


4-5... 20 


1820+ 


H 


White; red 


4871 


Weisse 20 


w vm''. 1317 


SI 59 


- 4 24 






6 ... 


.... 






4872 


A 341 


SD (3°) 2520 


52 3 


- 3 7 


326.4 


4.82 


8.1. ..13.7 


1902.31 


A 2 


(Bui. L. O. No. 29) 


4873 


Hu 122 


SD (12°) 2749 


52 7 


-12 38 


258.8 


0.90 


8.9. ..10.8 


1900.28 


Hu 2 


(A. J. 48s) 


4874 


Sh 100 


64 Cancri 


52 II 


32 S3 


294.8 


89.73 


S-6... 8-9 


1823.30 


Sh I 




4875 


Ho 358 


I- 17733 


52 21 


-18 26 


290.4 


1.77 


6.9. ..12 


1892.25 


Ho 2 




4876 


Hu 718 


DM (32°) 1826 


S3 8 


32 S3 


202.2 


0.51 


8.7... 8.9 


1902.83 


Hu I 




4877 


Ho 359 


SD (22°) 2457 


53 14 


—22 22 


7.9 


0.70 


8.5... 8.7 


1893.23 


Ho I 




4878 


H5475 




S3 26 


10 45 


240 ± 


I0± 


II ...14 


1823+ 


H 




4879 


Ho 360 


w» vm''. 1284 


8 S3 33 


22 56 


148.4 


3.91 


8.0. ..12 


1892.74 


Ho 2 





88 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



8»»— 9>» 



NumbpT 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


4880 


2 1297 


DM (23°) 2030 


8" 53" 


35= 


23°I2' 


l62?2 


4-70 


8.2. 


- 9-3 


1831.90 


2 


3 


8,2 "wk. 


4881 


2 1299 rej. 


DM (13°) 2023 


53 


41 


13 41 




CI. IV 


8-9. 


. 9-10 




S 




From Cat. Nov. 


4882 


H HI 


DM ( — 1°) 2173 


53 


46 


- I 7 


240 ± 


20 ± 


9 - 


.10 


l820-f 


H 






4883 


2 1298 


66 Cancri 


54 


3 


32 43 


137-8 


4.60 


6.1. 


. 8.2 


183I.16 


S 


7 


Very vjk.: very blue 


4884 


H2479 


w vm''. 1359 


54 


4 


4 


325-0 


15± 


9 ■ 


.11 


1830 + 


H 






4885 


H 112 





54 


8: 


14 21: 


340 ± 


I0± 


12 . 


-13 


1820 + 


H 






4886 


H802 


SD{9°)27II 


54 


8 


— 10 2 


355 ± 


9± 


9-10. 


-IS 


1830 + 


H 






4887 


H 2480 


Schj. 3309 


54 


9 


6 38 


56-4 


12± 


9 - 


. 9-10 


1830 + 


H 




"Duplex" in Schj. 


4888 


Hu 225 


SD (11°) 2520 


54 


22 


— 12 


280.2 


0.34 


8.3- 


. 8.5 


1900.31 


Hu 


2 


M./.494) 


4889 


H 113 




54 


31= 


13 21: 


220 ± 


20 ± 


13 - 


.14 


1820 + 


H 






4890 


S 1300 


w vm''. 1308 


54 


39 


15 45 


210.0 


4. II 


8.7. 


. 8.8 


1830.79 


S 


3 


Yel. 


4891 


Sh loi 


67 Cancri 


54 


39 


28 23 


322.7 


103.14 


6 . 


. 8 


1823.30 


Sh 


I 




4892 


H4ieo 




54 


42 


— 12 II 


280.9 


4± 


12 . 


-13 


1837-2 


H 






4893 


S 1301 


DM (26°) 1885 


54 


51 


26 41 


0.2 


9.96 


8.5- 


. 9.0 


1829.28 


S 


2 




4894 


HU719 


SD (10°) 2716 


54 


54 


— 10 40 


291.3 


0.42 


9.0. 


.10.5 


igOO.24 


Hu 


I 




4895 


P409 


L 17812 


54 


55 


- 8 43 


184.3 


9.65 


8.0. 


.10.5 


1878.26 


A 


I 




4896 


2 1302 


w vm''. 1381 


54 


59 


3 13 


228.1 


2.38 


8.7. 


. 8.8 


1829.59 


S 


3 


A and B ) 

i wh. 
A and C ) 














269. 5 


31.92 




.12 


1879.23 


/3 


I 


4897 


Hu 720 


DM (48°) 1716 


55 


2 


48 9 




o.3± 


8.5. 


. 8.5 


1903 


Hu 






4898 


H2478 


DM (56°) 1357 


55 


8 


56 9 


197.6 


I4± 


10 . 


.10+ 


1830 + 


H 






4899 


Espin 72 


DM (49°) 1798 


55 


12 


49 31 


294.0 


10.2 


8.5. 


.11.5 


I9OI 


Es 




{A. N. 3784) 


4900 


H4162 


SD (21°) 2668 


55 


41 


-21 32 


219.0 


3± 


9K 


= 9K 


1835-0 


H 






4901 


P2II 


Hydrae 68 


55 


44 


3 9 


257.7 


I. II 


7-5- 


.10.0 


1875.27 


A 


2 




4902 


Hu 123 


DM (63°) 820 


56 


29 


63 31 


228.3 


0.52 


8.9. 


- 9-1 


1900.43 


Hu 


2 


M./.4S5) 


4903 


Hu 721 


DM (50°) 1605 


56 


34 


50 23 




3± 


9.1. 






Hu 






4904 


Innes 357 


0. Arg. S. 9263 


56 


40 


-23 17 


178.8 


0.69 


8 . 




1901.99 


I 


I 




4905 


Ho 361 


SD (0°) 2451 


56 


40 


54 


90.0 


4-40 


8.0. 


.12 


1892.75 


Ho 


2 


[A. N. 3233) 


4906 


H803 


DM (28°) 1681 


56 


44 


28 4 


I0± 


7± 


10 


.12 


1820 + 


H 






4907 


A. G. 160 


A. G. Lund 4477 


57 


25 


40 2 


61.7 


4.09 


9-0- 


■ 9-1 


1902.81 


? 


2 




4908 


H 114 


SD (3°) 2546 


57 


■2.1 


- 3 34 


300 ± 


15-20 


10 . 


.11 


1820 + 


H 




Aand b 
A and C 














255± 


20-30 




-14 


1820 + 


H 




4909 


S 1303 


DM (65°) 688 


57 


31 


65 28 


278.2 


2.72 


8.3- 


.10.2 


1833-11 


S 


3 


White 


4910 


Ho 41 


DM (—1°) 2192 


57 


33 


- I 55 


69.8 


4.01 


9 - 


.10 


1882.80 


Ho 


2 




491 1 


S588 


0. Arg. S. 9275 


57 


36 


-17 II 


328.8 


30-23 


8^. 


• 9 


1825.15 


S 


2 


B is 0. Arg. S. 9274 


4912 


H248I 




57 


38 


-28 37 


296.6 


6± 


9-10. 


.10-11 


1830 + 


H 




"Neat" 


4913 


H115 


DM (14°) 2022 


57 


39 


14 46 


i3o± 


25± 


9 - 


.10 


1820 + 


H 




H (v, viii) 


4914 


Hue 




58 


7 


- 2 24 


45 ± 


30 ± 


8-9 


= 8-9 


1820 + 


H 






4915 


2 1307 rej. 


w vm''. 1451 


58 


10 


5 19 


310.5 


i6± 


10 . 


.14 


1830 + 


H 






4916 


Hu 722 


DM (51°) 1482 


58 


12 


51 6 




o.3± 


8.5. 






Hu 






4917 


H2482 


Cord. DM (25°) 6833 


58 


18 


-25 50 


93-0 


8± 


II 


.11 


1830 + 


H 






4918 


A. G. 161 


A. G. Leiden 3748 


58 


19 


32 55 


42.6 


4.22 


9.0. 


- 9-2 


1902.84 


J3 


2 




4919 


A 554 


A. G. Camb. 4815 


58 


28 


29 12 


212.4 


0.72 


8.5. 


..10.5 


1903-37 


A 


2 


{Bul.L. O.No. 50) 


4920 


2 1308 


L 17927 


58 


59 


- 3 31 


84.6 


10.49 


7-9- 


.. 8.9 


1832.77 


S 


4 


White 


4921 


H4168 




59 


4 


-30 51 


67.8 


3± 


12 


= 12 


1835. I 


H 






4922 


Hu 226 


SD (13°) 2757 


59 


5 


-13 14 


122.5 


3.21 


9.0. 


..13.0 


1900.24 


Hu 


I 


(^-.f.494) 


4923 


2 1306 


o-» Ursae Majoris 


59 


SO 


67 37 


263.5 


4-58 


5.0. 


.. 8.2 


1832.14 


S 


4 


5.0 greenish 


4924 


2 1310 


DM (47') 1641 


59 


52 


47 49 


67.7 


21.99 


8.5- 


. .11.0 


1830.30 


s 


2 


8.5 yeVsh 


4925 


A. G. 162 


A. G. Leiden 3759 


59 


55 


31 7 


107.7 


3-96 


9.0. 


.. 9.1 


1902.83 


/3 


2 




4926 


H 1164 


DM (45°) 1682 


9 


3 


45 39 


i75± 


9± 


9-10 


= 9-10 


1828 + 


H 






4927 


H118 







20: 


16 2: 


320 ± 


2-3 


II 


. .12 


1820 + 


H 






4928 


2 1309 


w vm". 149S 





24 


3 18 


273-1 


11-34 


8.0. 


.- 8.3 


1834.03 


S 


5 


White 


4929 


2 1311 


Cancri 194 





33 


23 28 


200.5 


7.20 


6.7. 


.. 7.1 


183I.3I 


S 


5 


^^""^^Xwh. 

AandC 














118.0 


27-31 




. .12 


1892.77 


Ho 


2 


4930 


¥V.73 


T Ursae Majoris 


I 





64 


45 ± 


54-77 


• 


... 


1783.26 


UI 


I 




4931 


H4172 


Cord. DM (24°) 7713 


I 


S 


-24 55 


213-6 


6± 


8K. 


-• 9 


1835-2 


H 






4932 


A 342 


SD (3°) 2577 


9 I 


8 


- 3 28 


154.2 


4.56 


8.6. 


■ - 9-5 


1902.24 


A 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 29) 












1 


la 

















9" 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



4933 
4934 
4935 
4936 
4937 
4938 
4939 
494° 
4941 

4942 
4943 



4944 
4945 
4946 

4947 
4948 

4949 
4950 
4951 
4952 
4953 
4954 
4955 
4956 
4957 
4958 
4959 
4960 
4961 
4962 

4963 
4964 

4965 
4966 
4967 
4968 
4969 
4970 

4971 
4972 

4973 

4974 
4975 
4976 
4977 
4978 
4979 
4980 
4981 

4982 
4983 



Double Star 



S 1305 

Ho 530 

Howe 23 
02 (App) 97 

Schj. 12 

H4174 
2 1312 

i^N. 30 
2 1316 

H804 
A 123 



2 1313 
2 1317 

H 119 

Innes 197 
2 1314 rej. 

21315 
2 1304 
02 197 
Hd 121 
Hu 227 
Hu 124 
H 2484 
H2483 
H805 
P410 
H 4182 
H806 
2 1319 
?V. 15 
H4183 
H2485 
H 120 
P 104 
2 1320 
2 1318 
2 1322 
P336 

H5476 
2 1321 
H807 

H 2486 
2 1323 rej. 

A. G. 163 

Ho 42 
2 1324 

H 121 

H 122 

H 123 

H2487 

2 1325 rej. 



Star Catalogue 



DM {80°) 284 
Cord. G. C. 12387 
0. Aig. S. 9348 
W» vni''. 1480 
DM (0°) 2462 

DM (52°) 1371 

L 18025 

w" vm''. 1538 
SD(5°)2727 



DM (70°) 555 
w vm''. 1513 

W IX''. 7 
Cord. 9". 331 
DM (62°) 1053 
Ursae Majoris 53 
Rediill 1325 
L 18066 
SD (21°) 2704 
SD (13°) 2773 
DM (61°) 1 102 
Cord. DM {29°) 7180 
DM (36°) 1928 
DM (28°) 1708 
B. A. C. 3127 
L 18123 
Mil I. 3894 
DM (9°) 2130 

16 Ursae Majoris 

e Mali 



L 18134 
DM (42°) 1975 
DM (47°) 1650 
DM (17°) 2032 
L18173 

DM (53°) 1320 



DM (27°) 1727 
DM (24°) 2053 
DM (34°) 1961 
DM (26°) 1914 

DM (11°) 1998 
DM ( — 1°) 2219 



W IX'' 



I" 10' 

I 12 

I 16 

I 17 

I 36 

I 44 

I 46 

I 54: 

I 56 

1 56 

2 33 



34 

35 

3 

3 

7 

12 

16 

16 

19 
20 
22 
8 
21 
23 
30 
34 
42 

43 

SI 

51 

56 

15: 

19 

32 

33 

59 

II 

22 

23 

23 

30 
33 
37 
49 
59 

9: 

9 
13 



7 45 = 
7 46 



8o°i8' 
-23 41 
-31 7 

28 I 

o 16 

-15 14 

52 52 

31 23: 

- 6 39 

-10 

- 5 8 



70 28 

15 44 

— I 6 

— 28 20 
62 26 
62 10 
81 53 

3 26 

— 21 29 

-13 42 
61 2 

-29 43 
36 37 
28 30 

-25 19 

— 16 22 

— I 21 
9 4 

61 55 
-29 53 

— 4 26 

— 3 49i 
47 

42 49 
47 29 
17 I 

— 16 19 
75 36 
53 13 

— 6 39 

3 49 
26 57 
20 33 
34 3 
26 40 

10 21: 

11 39 

— I 48 

13 23: 
16 38 



Position 
Angle 



5-6 
90 ± 

304.7 
57-1 
260.9 
258.7 
147-9 

146.3 

I53-I 
320 ± 

342-9 
183.0 
149.0 
240.9 

59-4 
3io± 
231.2 

25.6 
317.0 

61.9 
sp 
215.8 
130.4 
114.5 
195.1 

80 ± 
160.5 

83 ± 
265 ± 

48.9 
190.1 
144.9 
151. 8 

I5± 
107.7 
214.6 
245.1 

52.0 
238.2 
315-8 

48.4 



Distance 



1-55 
i5± 

3-42 
51-30 

6.21 

5± 
4.52 

CI. I 
6.78 

13-05 
8± 
1.23 
3-48 
141. 7 
0.84 
7-59 

50 ± 

1 .76 
CI. IV 

24.94 

24.07 
1-38 
5± 
2.26 
2.00 

I2± 

i5± 
9± 
1.78 

25± 
I0± 

13.26 
48.99 

i8± 

3± 

30 ± 



3 
II 

3 
r 
I 

2J^ 
20.10 



-30 

•52 
.48 

■71 
-93 



Magnitudes 



270 ± 


I2± 


50 ± 


i5± 


i6o± 


7± 


220 ± 


i5± 


318.0 


4-59 


6.1 


1.38 


352-1 


11.86 


70 ± 


i± 


90 ± 


t% 


I40± 


I2± 


225 ± 


20 ± 


2S0± 


iS± 




CI. IV 



9-3- 
8 . 
8.7. 
7-7- 
9-7- 
II 

7-7- 
8.2. 



8.5. . 
II .0. . 

8.5.. 
8.0. . 
8 .. 
9.0.. 
8 .. 
7.0.. 
8.2.. 

7-4-- 
7.5.. 

7-7-- 
8.5.. 
10 . . 
9-10. 
9-10. 
7.0., 

8 .. 

9 -■ 
9.0.. 

6K-. 
16 .. 
10 . . 

7.0.. 

8.5.. 

7.5.- 

7-7-- 

8.7-. 
10.5.. 

7.4.. 
10 

10 . . 

9 -- 
9.0.. 

9-S-- 
8.4.. 

10 . . . 

10 . . . 

10 . . . 

9-10 = 



.10.0 
. 12 
. i).v. 
. 7.8 
.10.0 
= II 
. 8.2 

-ii-S 

.10.5 

.12 

-13-7 

.15.2 

. 8.7 

. 9.8 

10 

. 9.2 
.10 
• 7-2 
. 9.0 
. 9.0 
.10 

-11-3 

.12.0 

.12 

.10 

. 10 

. 9.0 

.12 

.12 

.11.2 

- 9K 

.16-17 

.11 

. II 
7 
7 
2 

5 

5 
4 



. 8 

- 9 
-13 
■ 7 
.10 

-IS 
.14 
.12 

- 9-5 
• 9-5 
,11. 

10 

14 
II 

9-10 
12 



Epoch 



1833-14 

1894.18 

1877.12 

1875.06 

1874.26 

1836.2 

1831.68 

1785. 

1832.88 

1832.88 

1820 + 

1901.28 

1901.29 

I90I .27 

1832.39 
1829.85 
1820 + 
1898.3 

1831.74 
1832.29 
1847.00 
1870.18 
1900.25 
1900.45 
1830 + 
1830 + 
1820 + 
1877. II 
1836. I 
1820 + 
1828.84 
1782.30 
1836.2 
1S30 + 
1820 + 
1875.15 
1830.31 
1830.98 
1830.61 
1876.17 
1828.7 
1832.96 
1820 + 
1820 + 
1830 + 
1823 + 
1902.27 
1885.77 
1832.03 
1820 + 
1820 + 
1820 + 
1820 + 
1830 + 



Observer 



S 

Ho 

Cin 

A 

A 

H 

S 

Jit 

S 

S 

H 

A 

A 

A 

S 

S 

H 

See 

S 

S 

S 

OS 

Hd 

Hu 

Hu 

H 

H 

H 

Cin 

H 

H 

S 

w 

H 
H 
H 

A 
S 
S 

V 

A 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

M 

Ho 

2 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 



(A. N. 3557) 



Very tvh. 

A and E 
AandC 



AandB 

C and D ] 

A and C , 

ITAite 

8.0 white 

Orange: purple 

(^.A^.3438) 

White 
8.2 yeVsh 



(A.J. 494) 
(^./.4Ss) 



7i?8 (1882.27) 2n 

Big. 



(See p. 1072) 



7.5 white 
Very white 



Yel. 

AandB 

A and C ' 
" P est. from 

diagram '' 



8.4 yeZ ''sh wh. 



A and B ) p^^ jj 
AandCi (VII) 

(See p. 1072) 



100 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



9i^ 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


4984 


H2489 


6 Hydrae 


g* 8"' 8» 


2°49' 


i69?8 


45" ± 


5 ■- 


.12 


1830-f 


H 




4983 


P 90S 


SD (7°) 3763 


8 25 


- 7 47 


184.6 


60.56 


9.0.. 




1880.25 


/3 2 


A and BC ) 
B and C ) 












234.6 


0.82 


9.2.. 


.11 .0 


1880.29 


^ 3 


4986 


H 1165 


DM (45°) 169s 


8 26 


45 26 


I27± 


20 ± 


9 •• 


.11-12 


1828 + 


H 


8.3 m. in DM 


4987 


S1327 


L 18224 


8 26 


28 25 


81.4 


16.13 


8.0. . 


. 9.2 


1831.30 


S 2 


A and B ^ 












27.9 


25.07 




. 9.0 


1831.30 


S 2 


A and C V 












167-3 


20.20 






1831 .30 


S 2 


C and B J 


4988 


H 2490 


DM (13°) 2060 


8 28 


13 23 


67-4 


18 ± 


10 . . 


.10 + 


1830 + 


H 




4989 


A 124 


SD (2°) 2824 


8 32 


- 3 I 


237-5 


1-39 


9.0.. 


.10.4 


1901.29 


A 4 




4990 


P455 


L 18231 


8 34 


4 43 


65-2 


1.94 


9-5-- 


.10.5 


1877.30 


III 2 




4991 


H248S 





8 45 


48 I 


37-9 


8± 


12 : 


= 12 


1830 + 


H 




4992 


H 124 


DM (6°) 2136 


8 58 


6 I 


85 ± 
i95± 


20 ± 
So± 


10 . . 


.11 

•13 


1820 + 
1820 + 


H 
H 


AandB 

■ 8.5 in DM 
A and C 


4993 


Weisse 21 


W IX*". 147 


9 I 


- 8 16 


14.5 


25-76 


7-7-- 


. 8.9 


1880.10 


/3 2 




4994 


OS 198 rej. 


L 18244 


9 17 


23 54 




I0± 


7 .- 


.11 








4995 


H24gi 




9 21 


35 I 


225 ± 








1830 + 


H 




4995 


Ho 362 


L 18230 


9 22 


37 52 


146.6 


4.28 


8.0. . 


.12.2 


1892.61 


Ho 3 


AandB (A.N. 
A and C 3=33) 












98.7 


28.09 




.12.5 


1892.30 


Ho 2 


4997 


Hu 125 


SD (12°) 2839 


9 26 


— 12 22 


104. 1 


3.16 


8.5.. 


.12.2 


1900.27 


Hu 3 


(^.7-485) 


4998 


Ho 363 


L 18282 


9 32 


-19 37 


176. 1 


1.56 


7-0- 


. 9.0 


1890.31 


Ho 2 


(W.iV.3233) 


4999 


S1329 


DM ( — 0°) 2164 


9 37 


- 44 


245.7 


27.19 


8.3. 


- 8.5 


1834.26 


S 4 


White 


5000 


H 2492 




10 6 


53 I 


i33± 


I0± 






1830 + 


H 




5001 


^212 


Hydrae 95 


10 II 


- 7 51 


230.5 


1.48 


7-5- 


. 8.2 


1875.61 


A 2 




500a 


H80S 


DM (8°) 219S 


10 23 


8 45 


238 ± 


i5± 


8 . 


- 9 


1820 + 


H 




5003 


S1332 


WIX''. 172 


10 24 


24 9 


16.3 


5-56 


7.2. 


- 7-5 


1829.32 


S 3 


While 


5004 


P588 


Hydrae 96 


10 30 


I 14 


123.2 


2-38 


6.5. 


.11.0 


1878.19 


? 2 




5005 


23121 


W IX''. 176 


10 46 


29 5 


20.0 


0.85 


7-5- 


- 7-8 


1832.31 


S 3 


YeVsh wh. 


5006 


OS (App) 98 


DM (7°) 2102 


10 46 


7 46 


168.5 


113. 12 


7-7- 


. 8.0 


1873-89 


A I 




5007 


H4193 


0. Aig. S. 9526 


10 55 


-22 38 


126.4 


2± 


8 . 


.12 


1835-I 


H 




5008 


H127 


.... 


10 57: 


- 5 8: 


285 ± 


8± 


12 . 


-13 


1820 + 


H 




5009 


Hdl22 


.... 


IZ : 


- 9 7: 


/ 




8.5. 


. 8.5 


1870.18 


Hd 




5010 


H125 




II 0: 


13 8: 


300 ± 


i5± 


12 . 


-13 


1820 + 


H 




501 1 


S1333 


W K''. 182 


II 2 


35 52 


39-4 


1.42 


6.6. 


. 6.9 


1828.59 


S 4 


Very white 


5012 


H12S 


Cancri 222 


II 21 


12 


285 ± 


30 ± 


6 . 


.18 


1820 + 


II 




5013 


S 1336 rej. 


L 18328 


II 22 


I 4 




CI. IV 


6-7. 


.11 





s 


7.3 in DM 


5014 


s 1334 


38 Lyncis 


II 23 


37 19 


240.2 


2.70 


4.0. 


. 6.7 


1829.17 


S 6 


Greenishwh.: blue 


5°i5 


21331 


DM (61°) 1114 


II 24 


61 51 


152.6 


1. 16 


8.0. 


. 8.0 


1833-07 


S 4 


A and B ) 

f AB 












200.7 


11-35 




.11.5 


1833.07 


S 5 


AB and C \ very 
\ wh. 












120.0 


i5± 




-(14) 


1830 + 


H 


AB and D ) 


5016 


A 221 


DM (30°) 184s 


II 29 


30 15 


302.4 


0.30 


8.7. 


. 8.8 


1901 .71 


A 3 




5017 


S 1326 


0. Arg. H. 9756 


II 46 


78 57 


171-4 


29.02 


7-7- 


. 8.1 


1832.98 


S 5 


White 


5018 


Ho 43 


W K". 203 


11 47 


21 19 


314-4 


0.37 


8.0. 


.. 8.5 


1885.76 


Ho 2 




5019 


S 1330 rej. 


0. Arg. N. 9776 


II 57 


67 41 




CI. IV 


8.9. 


. .10 








5020 


Ho 364 


W ix"". 205 


12 


23 25 


334-6 


3-60 


8.2. 


. .11.2 


1892.77 


Ho 3 




5021 


H 126 


DM (-0°) 2174 


12 5 


- 6 


I45± 


30 ± 


9 - 


. .10 


1820 + 


H 




5022 


Hu 126 


SD (11°) 2604 


12 20 


-II 49 


87.6 


2.85 


8.5. 


..10.7 


1900.22 


Hu 3 


(-4.7.485) 


5033 


OS 199 


37 Lyncis 


12 24 


51 46 


116. 8 


5-74 


6.1. 


. .10.2 


1847.02 


OS 4 


6.1 white 


5024 


H2493 


.... 


12 31 


34 14 


I70± 


6± 


II . 


.-13-14 


1830 + 


H 




5025 


S595 


0. Arg. S. 9563 


12 54 


-19 52 


280.0 


61.15 


•&%. 


. .10 


1825.14 


S 2 




5026 


A 125 


SD (9°) 2792 


12 56 


- 9 55 


25-4 


2.84 


7-7- 


..10.8 


1901.30 


A 3 




5027 


H 129 


... 


13 6: 


6 38: 


230 ± 


8± 


II . 


. .12 


1820 + 


H 




5028 


H809 




13 18 


50 


225 ± 


9± 


10 . 


. .11 


1820 + 


H 




5029 


H130 


DM (10°) 1973 


13 18 


10 34 


45 ± 


6± 


9 - 


■-13 


1820 + 


H 




5030 


S1338 


Lyncis 157 


13 29 


38 42 


121. 1 


1.76 


7.0. 


.. 7-2 


1829.53 


S 5 


White 


5031 


A 126 


SD (8°) 2638 


13 29 


- 9 2 


148-9 


1. 10 


8.9. 


.. 9-0 


1901.30 


A 3 




5032 


S1339 


DM (37°) 1970 


9 13 31 


37 14 


73-6 


1.24 


8.5. 


-- 9-5 


1828.95 


S 3 





101 



h 






Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 










Numbe 


I Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Ded. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer Notes 




5033 


21343 


DM (5°) 2161 


9l> I3n'4i = 


S°3I' 


271?! 


10 '22 


8.7... 9.2 


1836.22 


s 


3 


Whitt 




5034 


S 1342 


W» IX''. 248 


13 55 


34 57 


326.9 


17.89 


8. 6.. .11.0 


1830.77 


s 


4 






5035 


H 131 




14 0: 


- I 6: 


ii5± 


iS± 


10 ...II 


1820 + 


II 








5036 


H810 


DM (28°) 1741 


14 10 


27 58 


225 ± 


20 ± 


9 .-. 9 


1820 + 


H 








5037 


21341 


DM (51°) 1500 


14 20 


51 7 


267.3 


21.09 


8.5... 8.5 


1830.98 


S 


3 


White 




5038 


2 1340 


39 Lyncis 


14 21 


50 3 


319.4 


6.06 


6.5... 8.3 


1830.34 


s 


3 


Wh.: bluish 




5039 


Sh 105 


27 Hydrae 


14 38 


- 9 3 


210.7 


225.69 


7 ... 8 


1823.13 


Sh 


I 






5040 


A 127 


A. G. Berlin 3730 


14 43 


20 13 


27.2 


1. 21 


9.3.. .10.0 


1901.20 


A 


5 






S041 


H4199 


Cord. DM {27°) 6476 


14 43 


—27 16 


no. 5 


i5± 


9 ...10 


1837. I 


H 




7.8 m. in Cord. DM 




5042 


H.C.Wilson 6 


L 18445 


14 52 


-22 59 


37.3 


1.38 


8.0... 9.7 


1886.17 


W 


2 






5043 


S 133s rej. 


DM (77°) 368 


14 55 


77 38 


55-5 


iS± 


9 ...10 


1830 + 


H 








5044 


H132 


SD {3°) 2660 


15 23 


- 3 45 


230± 


I0± 


9-10... 15 


1820 + 


H 




8.8 m. in SD 




5045 


H2494 




15 28 


58 43 


240.6 


6± 


11 ...12 


1830 + 


H 








5046 


Innes 198 


Lac. 3787 


15 31 


-28 43 


178.9 


0.33 


8.4... 9.4 


1902.22 


I 


I 






5047 


2 1344 


DM (39°) 2237 


IS 55 


39 39 


106.6 


3.56 


8.5... 9-2 


1830.54 


S 


4 


White 




5048 


H462 




IS 59 


30 38 


7± 


i3± 


10 ...II 


1820 + 


H 








5049 


H5477 




16 7 


9 14 


300 ± 


i5± 


II ...12 


1828. I 


H 




"P est, from diagram" 




5050 


H 4201 




i5 15 


—28 29 


I00± 


2± 


iiK = iiK 


1837. I 


H 




"A third star near" 




5051 


A. G. 164 


A. G. Lund 4593 


16 18 


38 56 


17.2 


4.50 


9.0.. . 9.2 


1902.81 


/3 


2 






5052 


H463 




16 19 


30 45 


345 ± 


i5± 


10 ...II 


1820 + 


H 








5053 


A. G. 165 


A. G. Berlin 3738 


16 28 


22 41 


14.0 


1. 18 


9-1... 9.3 


1900.20 


A 


3 






5054 


H133 




16 30: 


5 50: 


3io± 


I2± 


ii = ii 


1820 + 


H 








5055 


02 200 


Rad". 2323 


16 36 


52 S 


335-2 


I. 41 


6.7... 8.4 


1847.09 


OS 


5 






5056 


OS 201 


L 18469 


16 51 


28 25 


233.5 


1.45 


7.5... 9.0 


1852.43 


02 


6 


White: yel. 




5057 


P337 


L 18502 


16 54 


-17 23 


320.8 


7.70 


7.0.. .11.0 


1876.17 


A 


2 






5058 


2 1347 


P ix". 65 


17 I 


4 I 


310. 5 


21.29 


6.7... 8.0 


1832.23 


S 


6 


White 




5059 


21346 


2 1 Ursae Majoris 


17 8 


54 32 


310.9 


5. 69 


7.0... 8.0 


1830.99 


s 


5 


White: bluish 




5060 


2 1345 


DM (64°) 735 


17 15 


64 52 


84.0 


2.78 


8. 5.. .10.1 


1832.83 


2 


2 


White 




5061 


P338 


L 18518 


17 IS 


-14 59 


274.3 


6.65 


8.2. . .10.0 


1876.17 


A 


2 






5062 


P105 


K Leonis 


17 40 


26 42 


203.8 


3-05 


4.9. ..10.7 


1876.20 


A 


5 






5063 


H813 


DM (27°) 1750 


17 45 


27 12 


65 ± 


I2± 


8 ...13 


1820 + 


H 




A and B 1 
A and C S 














IIO± 


i5± 


...13 


1820 + 


H 






5064 


H812 


.... 


17 53 


- I 50 


55± 


6± 


II ...13 


1820 + 


H 








5065 


H811 




17 57 


II 30 


45 ± 


I2± 


10 ...lO-II 


1820 + 


H 








5066 


Lewis 9 


.... 


18 : 


26 32: 


17.6 


3-40 


9.5-..IO.O 


1901 .29 


L 


I 


(M. N. LXII, 388) 




5067 


02 202 rej. 


L 18504 


18 I 


30 4 




12 


7 ...10 




02 








5068 


H2495 




18 4 


73 56 


325.0 


30 ± 


9-10. . .10 


1830 + 


H 




Probably DM (^^,'^ 




5069 


H 2496 




18 5 


- 5 I 


47.0 


iS± 


10-11...13 


1830 + 


H 




398 




5070 


P 1070 


DM (26°) 1940 


18 8 


26 47 


71.8 


0.50 


9.1. . .10.2 


1889.13 


/3 


3 






5071 


21348 


Hydrae 116 


18 10 


6 52 


334-3 


1. 10 


7-5.-- 7.6 


1831.02 


2 


4 


White 




5072 


H134 




18 10: 


12 8: 


250± 


20 ± 


II ...12 


1820 + 


H 








5073 


HU55 


SD (10°) 2832 


18 12 


-10 34 


108.2 


0.61 


8.5... 9.0 


1900.03 


Hu 


I 


M./.480) 




5074 


Hi3S 




18 22: 


15 58: 


50 ± 


8± 


13 ...14 


1820 + 


H 








5075 


Hdi23 


0. Arg. S. 9667 


18 24 


-23 9 


4.1 


4.41 


7. 5-. .10.0 


1868.17 


Hd 


I 






5076 


Hn 98 


0. Arg. S. 9673 


18 56 


-23 17 


172.3 


2.57 


9.8... 9.8 


1888.54 


Com 


3 






5077 


A 222 


A. G. Camb. 4955 


18 58 


29 10 


325.8 


U.23 


8.3... 8.5 


1901.93 


A 


3 






5078 


A4 


DM (31°) 1982 


19 7 


31 40 


45.0 


0.87 


8.7. ..10.2 


1899.32 


A 


3 






5079 


A 223 


DM (29°) 1901 


19 8 


29 9 


14.2 


2.03 


10. 0. . .10.2 


1901.93 


A 


3 






5080 


H2497 




19 17 


53 13 


288.3 


7± 


II ...12 


1830 + 


II 








5081 


H136 




19 30: 


14 3: 


300 ± 


i5± 


12 = 12 


1820 + 


H 








5082 


Arg. 22 


0. Arg. S. 9682 


19 45 


-23 6 


270 ± 


i5± 


9 ... 9 


1875. 


/3 








5083 


H814 




19 SO 


- 8 48 


290 ± 


S± 


II ...14 


1820 + 


H 








5084 


H.C.Wilson7 




20 : 


—23 10: 


29.2 


24.66 


8 ...12 


1883.18 


W 


I 






5085 


Ho 365 


W IX''. 394 


20 13 


IS I 


153.2 


12.85 


7.0. ..13 


1890.30 


Ho 


2 


{A. N. 3233) 




5086 


P589 


L 18585 


20 15 


7 3 


219. 1 


2.30 


7.5. .-12.5 


1878.08 


/S 


I 






5087 


HU56 


SD (12°) 2891 


9 20 28 


-12 59 


156.6 


1.64 


8-5--. 9.5 


1900.03 


Hu 


I 


M./.480) 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



9^ 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. r 


880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


5088 


A. G. 166 


A. G. Alb. 3784 


gh ZO-'SS' 


i°36' 


68?i 


3-29 


9-0. 


. .11.0 


1902.62 


Cg 


2 




5089 


Ho 366 


W» IXl". 402 


20 


44 


31 59 


10.3 


0.47 


8.5. 


.. 8.7 


1891.33 


Ho 


2 


A and B ) 
AB and C \ 














67.5 


48-38 




. .11 


1891.33 


Ho 


2 


5090 


S598 


41 Lyncis 


20 


48 


46 8 


161. 5 


86.65 


6 . 


.. 8K 


1824.72 


S 


2 




5091 


A 128 


SD (2°) 2885 


20 


49 


- 2 43 


253-5 


1. 18 


8.9. 


.. 9.0 


Z9OI.28 


A 


3 




5092 


A 129 


DM (23°) 2100 


20 


55 


23 21 


172.6 


1. 18 


9.0. 


. .14.0 


1900.70 


A 


2 




5093 


S 1349 


0. Arg. N. 9900 


20 


58 


68 4 


164.9 


19.17 


6.8. 


.. 8.0 


1831.65 


S 


3 


White 


5094 


S1355 


W'lX". 414 


20 


59 


6 46 


328.3 


2.84 


7.2. 


.. 7.2 


1832.20 


S 


3 


White 


5095 


S1353 


DM(l6°) 1964 


21 


2 


16 16 


314.7 


3-05 


8.5. 


.. 8.8 


1830.95 


s 


3 




5096 


H464 




21 


8 


18 5 


i65± 


I0± 


II . 


--14 


1820 + 


H 






5097 


P590 


29 Hydrae 


21 


22 


— 8 42 


176.8 


10.80 


6.8. 


..n.7 


1878.17 


/» 


2 


(See p. 1072) 


5098 


2 1352 rej. 


DM (43°) 1922 


21 


28 


43 49 





CI. Ill 


8-9. 


• - 9 




s 




From Cat. Nov. 


5099 


Skinner 6 


SD (16°) 2786 


21 


30 


-16 45 


357-2 


6.04 


8.7. 




1900.32 


Boe 


I 


Boeger {A. J. 522) 


5100 


Innes — 


Lac. 3833 


21 


33 


-28 16 


250± 


o.8± 


6.7. 


.. 8.2 




I 




(^. N. 3419) 


51OI 


5 VI. Ill 


a Hydrae 


21 


41 


- 8 6 


15S± 
/ 


I20± 
120 ± 
2I0± 






1783.02 
1783.02 
1783.02 


lit 




A and B ^ 
A and C |- 
AandD J 


5102 


A. G. 167 


DM (24°) 2089 


21 


SO 


24 20 




.... 


8.9. 













5103 


21356 


fc) Leonis 


22 


2 


9 35 


153.9 


0.97 


6.2. 


.. 7.0 


1825.21 


s 


5 


Yel. 


5104 


S1351 


23 Ursae Majoris 


22 


3 


63 35 


272.4 


22.81 


3.8. 


.. 9-0 


1830.61 


s 


3 


Greenish wk. : ash 


5105 


5 IV. 47 


3 Leonis 


22 


6 


8 43 


105 ± 


20 ± 






1783.00 


lit 






5106 


P213 


L 18648 


22 


25 


- 7 34 


177.2 


1.60 


8.0. 


..10.5 


1875.76 


i 


2 




5107 


S 1357 


L 18650 


22 


29 


— 9 28 


51.4 


7-54 


7.0. 


..10.5 


1831.20 


s 


3 


T.oyel. 


5108 


H8I5 


DM (33°) 1869 


22 


46 


33 25 


i5o± 


5± 


9 • 


••13 


1820 + 


H 






5109 


HII67 




23 


I: 


- I 14: 


3± 


87 ± 


6 . 


.. 7-8 


1828 + 


H 






51IO 


Sh 106 


T Hydrae 


23 


3 


- 2 15 


3-2 


66.68 


5-S- 


.. 8.5 


1821.23 


Sh 


I 




51II 


21358 


DM (45°) 1728 


23 


9 


45 12 


152.6 


24-42 


7-3- 


.. 8.8 


1831.68 


2 


3 


7.3 yeVsh tvh. 


5112 


S 1361 rej. 


DM (5°) 2183 


23 


22 


S 5 


II. 4 


i8± 


9-10. 


.. 9-10 


1830 + 


H 






5113 


H1166 


7 Leo. Minoris 


23 


28 


34 II 


135 ± 


50 ± 


7 . 


. .11 


1828 + 


H 






5114 


P591 


W IX*". 477 


23 


33 


— 2 36 


35.8 


0-73 


7-7. 


.. 8.5 


1878. II 


|3 


2 




5"5 


A 130 


DM (21°) 2040 


23 


46 


20 57 


115. 1 


0.76 


9-7. 


.. 9-8 


190I.3I 


A 


2 




5116 


S 1360 


DM (11°) 2052 


24 


10 


II 8 


243-0 


14-33 


7.4. 


.. 7-7 


1830.86 


S 


5 


White 


5"7 


A. 6. 168 


A. G. Lund 4650 


24 


12 


29 I 


264.8 


18.43 


9-3- 


• • 9.3 


1902.81 


? 


2 




5118 


HU228 


DM (62°) 1077 


24 


16 


62 48 


8i.o 


0.53 


8.5. 


..13.0 


1900.42 


Hu 


I 


M. 7.494) 


5119 


H465 




24 


17 


25 8 


70 ± 


I5± 


9 ■ 


..II 


1820 + 


H 






S120 


21350 


0. Aig. K. 9959 


24 


20 


67 20 


246.3 


10.37 


7-2. 


.. 7.3 


1831.85 


S 


6 


A and B 

White 
B and C ) 














210. 1 


121.40 




.. 8.0 


1833.40 


S 


2 


5121 


2 1359 


DM (56°) 1390 


24 


21 


56 47 


69.6 


7.69 


8.5. 


.. 9.2 


1831.66 


s 


3 




5122 


See 113 


Lac. 3860 


24 


35 


—26 4 


178. 1 


4.13 


6 . 


..14.8 


1897.85 


See 


I 




5123 


P1071 


9 Ursae Majoris 


24 


49 


52 13 


74-9 


5-09 


3 • 


..13-7 


1889.23 


? 


3 




5124 


2 1364 


DM (20°) 2332 


24 


59 


20 32 


156. 1 


15.11 


7.7- 


.. 9-2 


1829.21 


S 


2 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 














295 ± 


35± 




--(13) 


1830 + 


H 




5125 


A 224 


DM (31°) 1999 


25 


I 


30 59 


144.1 


3.58 


8.8. 


. .10.0 


1901.98 


A 


3 




SI26 


P339 


L 18737 


25 


17 


-15 13 


215.7 


1.28 


8.8. 


.. 9-6 


1876.17 


A 


2 




5127 


21365 


Hydrae 134 


25 


20 


2 


162.8 


3.08 


7.0. 


.. 8.0 


1830.02 


S 


4 


YeVsh; bluish wh. 


5128 


H2498 


0. Arg. S. 9794 


25 


20 


-25 5 


31.3 


I5± 


9 • 


..13 


1830 + 


H 




7.8 m. in 0. Arg. 


5129 


P909 


L 18714 


25 


25 


22 23 


91.5 


S.66 


7.2. 


..12.0 


1879.48 


/3 


3 




5130 


Jacob 5 


Lac. 3873 


25 


26 


-28 14 


244.6 


0.55 


VA- 


.. 8 


1858. I 


J 


I 




5131 


Sh 107 


6 Leonis 


25 


32 


10 15 


74-6 


38.13 






1822.16 


Sh 


I 


Reddish: dusky 


5132 


Hu 127 


SD (10°) 2854 


25 


54 


-10 53 


89.9 


0.63 


9.4. 


.. 9-8 


1900.34 


Hu 


2 


(-4.7.485) 


5133 


21363 


DM (61°) 1132 


26 


II 


61 26 


353-9 


10.85 


7-3- 


..II.O 


1832.57 


S 


3 


7.3 wkite 


5134 


5N. 29 


Leonis 29 


26 


17 


28 54 


256.6 


34.95 


5.0. 


. .10.0 


1840.19 


OS 


I 




5135 


21367 


w IX''. 550 


26 


21 


—10 19 


182.5 


5.36 


7.8. 


-. 9.3 


1829.55 


s 


3 


7.8 yeVsk 


5136 


S1362 


0. Aig. N. 9987 


26 


29 


73 37 


136.5 


5.02 


7.0. 


.. 7.0 


1836.43 


s 


2 


White 


5137 


H139 


DM (4°) 2204 


26 


35 


4 48 


240 ± 


iS± 


9 • 


..lO-II 


1820 + 


H 






5138 


H2499 


DM (39°) 2262 


9 26 


40 


38 58 


333-1 


I2± 


10 . 


..II 


1830 + 


H 







103 



9^ 



Burnham : General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number 



5139 

5140 

514I 

5142 

5143 

S144 

5145 

5146 

5147 

5148 

5149 

5150 

5151 

S152 

5153 

5154 

5155 

5156 

5157 

5158 

5159 

5160 

5161 

5162 

5163 

5164 

5165 

5166 

5167 

5168 

5169 

5170 

5171 

5172 

5173 

5174 

5175 

5176 

5177 

5178 

5179 

5180 

5181 

5182 

5183 

5184 

5185 

5186 

5187 

5188 

5189 

5190 

5191 

5192 

5193 



Double Star 



H467 

Perry 
P910 
S 1366 

HU565 
2 1368 
2 1369 

A 131 

H816 

H lies 
OS(App) 102 

A 343 
S 1370 
2 1371 

H817 

?V.58 

H 2500 

S 604 

H818 
2 1372 

Hu 723 

H46S 

Ho 368 

H 140 

H4224 
02204 

Hu 724 

H4227 

H 2501 

S1373 

Hn 229 

H 1 169 
2 1374 

H819 

0. Stone 19 
2 1375 

¥ VI. 76 

Hu 629 
02205 
02 206 rej. 

H 2502 

|[N. 20 
P214 

H2504 

H2503 

H 2505 

H4233 
2 3122 

S 1377 
2 1376 

A. G. i6g 

H821 

H469 

H470 

H4236 



Star Catalog^ue 



R. A. 1880 



Decl. 1880 



L 18800 
DM (53°) 1350 
DM (50°) 1661 
DM(S3°)I35I 
^ IXh. 547 
SD (9°) 2869 
DM {10°) 2019 
0. Arg. N. 9995 
DM (14°) 2113 
A. G. Leiden 3914 
W IX'^. 614 
W IX*". 615 

7 Leonis 



LiS 
W VS^. 640 
DM (16°) 1997 
SD (16°) 2836 

DM (25°) 2124 

0. Arg. S. 9908 
W IX"". 684 
SD (16°) 2846 



DM (77°) 379 
DM (60°) I20I 

Leo, Minoris 30 

SD (16°) 2851 
DM (35°) 2039 
(14) Leonis 
DM (51°) 1537 
L 18892 
w rx". 744 
DM (18°) 2251 
L 19034 
L 19064 
DM (14°) 2133 
DM (49°) 1873 
DM (13°) 2146 
L 19092 
DM (9°) 2230 
P IX"". 161 
DM (43°) 1958 
A. G. Leiden 3960 
0. Arg. S. 10056 
yp IX". 780 



26" 48= 


27 


: 


27 


10 


27 


24 


27 


35 


27 


46 


27 


53 


27 


57 


27 


58 


28 


4 


28 


36 


28 


44 


28 


57 


29 


10 



29 17 
29 19 
29 46 

29 59 

30 16 
30 31 
30 31 
30 32 
30 32 
30 47: 
30 52 
32 19 
32 32 

32 42 

33 16 

33 18 

33 50 

33 53 

33 56 

34 19 
34 21 



34 


40 


34 


45 


34 


52 


35 





35 


41 


35 


48 


35 


48 


35 


52 


36 


33 


36 


37 


36 


53 


36 


55 


37 


3 


37 


14 


37 


26 


37 


35 


37 


36 


37 


49 


38 


3 


9 38 


23 



26°53 
15 0: 
-13 28 
53 50 
50 36 
53 50 
40 30 

- 9 48 

10 41 
79 22 
14 37 
29 58 

— 12 4 

4 27 
-II 33 

14 55 
14 31 

— 19 2 

- 6 53 
16 46 

-16 43 
19 47 
25 53 

5 55: 
-30 41 

11 19 
-16 47 
-28 43 
—26 12 

77 16 

60 48 

4 I 

39 30 

28 10 

-16 37 

35 7 
10 26 

51 8 
41 31 

17 38 

18 46 
-23 3 
-17 56 

14 41 

49 2 

13 33 

-20 35 

9 31 

3 II 

43 47 

34 10 

-IS 47 

19 25 

20 13 
-30 12 



Position 
Angle 



3i5°± 
108.0 

304-9 
323.8 
182.7 
219.2 
147.4 
318.2 

47-9 

40.6 

172.8 

95-5 
279.8 

195 ± 

81.4 

273.0 

90. 5 

3i5± 

53-0 

184.4 

300 ± 

108. 1 

265 ± 

119. 8 

104.9 

206.8 

344 ± 
95.2 
140.6 
128. 1 
186. 

I55± 
274.7 
i8o± 
265.4 

304-5 
40.4 

191. 
200.4 
233.8 

12.6 

270± 

261. 1 

168.0 
154.9 

I20± 
268.8 

252.7 
142.2 
315.8 

35i± 

240 ± 

200 ± 

50 ± 



Distance 



I5"± 
8.2 
6.84 

7.73 

1.80 
21.32 
24.72 

0.93 
iS± 
i7± 
50.10 

0.98 
17.61 

7. II 

I2± 

42.42 

3± 
51.84 

I2± 
0.49 
1.93 

I2± 

0.88 

25 ± 
4± 
8.38 

2.02 
3± 

8± 

I0± 

1.77 

1.04 
i5± 

3.31 

7± 

3.04 

6.67 
63.48 

0.50 
12.38 
17.26 
io± 
CI. VI 

3.09 

5± 
3S± 

I2± 

I5± 
12.91 

3.32 
5. 04 

6± 
i8± 
i8± 

7± 



Ma£7iitude$ 



10 . 
9 . 
7-7- 
7.8. 

8.8. 
8.0. 
7.0. 
9.1. 

9 • 

8 . 

7.7. 
8.6., 
8.5., 
8.0.. 

10 .. 

14 

7 • 

9 . 

8.2. 

8.5. 

11 . 
8.5. 

12 

8 . 
6.5. 
8.7. 

10 .. 

lO-II: 
8.2., 

9.5.. 

10 .. 

7.0.. 

10 . . 

7.7-. 

8.0. . 
8.0.. 

7.5.. 

8.0. . 

9 •• 

7.2.. 
9 -• 



9 = 



9.0.. 

7.9.. 
8.2.. 

9.4.. 
9 .. 
7 .. 
9 = 
iij^ = 



. .11 
.14 

.10.2 

• 9-3 
. 8.8 

• 9-5 
. 8.0 

■ 9-2 

.11 

-13 

. 8.7 

.11.2 

.. 9.2 

..10.5 

..II 

= 14 
. .11 
..II 

.. 8.3 

..II.O 

..12 
.. 8.9 
•13 

-- 8% 
.-10.5 
..13.0 
••13 

= 10-11 

..14 

,. 9-5 
, .10.0 
,.12-13 
,. 8.3 

.12 
,. 9.5 

. 9-8 

. 8-5 
.12.0 

-II. 3 
.10 

.11.0 
•13 

9 

II 

10 

9-7 

II. I 

8.2 



Epocli 



12 
12 

9 
^1% 



1820 + 

1881.25 

1879.87 

1831.97 

1902.33 

1831.32 

1831.37 

1901.30 

1820+ 

1828 + 

1875.48 

1902.16 

1828.71 

1831.90 

1820 + 

1783.09 

1830+ 

1825.17 

1820+ 

1829.60 

1902.27 

1820 + 

1892.77 

1820+ 

1836.2 

1846.58 

1902.27 

1834 + 

1830+ 

1830+ 

1832.46 

1900.42 

1828+ 

1828.34 

1820 + 

1883.53 

1829.93 

1783.08 

1902.84 

1848.25 

1867.47 

1830 + 

1784 

1875.28 

1830 + 

1830+ 

1830+ 

1835.2 

1830.20 

1830.24 

1828.98 

1820 + 
1820 + 
1820 + 
1837. I 



Observer 



H 

P I 

/S 3 

S 3 

Hu 2 

2 2 



Notes 



S 
A 
H 
H 
J 
A 
S 
2 
H 

BI I 
H 

S 2 
H 

S 3 

Hu I 

H 

Ho 2 

H 

H 

OS 3 

Hu I 

H 

H 

H 

2 3 
Hu I 
H 

S 3 
H 

W 3 

S 3 

IS I 

Hu 4 

OS 2 

^ 3 

H 

]Jt 

A 2 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 2 

S 4 

S \ 



White: ask 
{Bui. L. O. No. 27) 
8.0 ink. 
White 

"Neat double star" 



(,S«/. L. O. No. 29) 
i.o)iersh 



White 



104 



6.8 white 



A and B ) 
AandC ) 

B.2yersh 
(^.7.494) 



yePsh: Hue 



8.0 white 



"P est. from diagram' 

•j.^yeVsh 
White 

8 m. in Arg. 
"P by diagram*' 



Within 121" of the North Pole 



9^ 



] 


'dumber 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Ded. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Obscrver 


Notes 






5194 


H4237 




9''38"24» 


-30°I0' 


3io°± 


s'± 


II>^.. 


.12 


1837. I 


H 




"P by diagram" 






5195 


S1379 


Leonu 61 


38 54 


9 26 


173-2 


9.61 


7-S-- 


.11.2 


1830.52 


2 


3 








5196 


H141 


DM (4°) 2239 


39 8 


4 42 


90 ± 


30 ± 


9 •• 


.11 


1820 + 


H 




AandB 
AandC 
















i5o± 


40 ± 




.12 


1820 + 


H 








5J97 


HU630 


DM(5r)lS43 


39 36 


51 31 


72.5 


2-43 


8.8.. 


.8.8 


1903.00 


Hu 


3 








5198 


H1170 




39 45 


59 36 


320 ± 


8± 






1828 + 


H 










5199 


H2507 


W IX'^. 806 


39 45 


35 55 


171. 6 


35 ± 


8-9.. 


.12 


1830 + 


H 










5200 


S1378 


DM (75°) 395 


39 45 


75 10 


i-S 


5.02 


8.5. . 


.10.2 


1832.71 


S 


4 


8.5 white 






5201 


H 142 


DM (16°) 2022 


39 58 


16 7 


i40± 


I2± 


10 . . 


.11 


1820 + 


H 










5202 


H143 


.... 


40 28: 


- 4 42: 


240 ± 


8-10 


IS .. 


.16 


1820 + 


H 










5203 


H1171 





40 45 


47 20 


200 ± 


I2± 


10 . . 


.11 


1828 + 


H 




Probably DM (47") 
1706 






5204 


See 116 


Cord. g*". 3158 


40 50 


-28 I 


200.3 


2.86 


8.1. . 


.10.8 


1897.85 


See 


I 








S204i 


A 62 


8D(3°)2772 


40 58 


- 3 24 


66.1 


3-73 


9.0.. 


.10.3 


1900.36 


A 


3 


(A. N. 3668) 






5205 


H2506 


.... 


41 2 


71 12 


76.3 


3± 


9 •• 


-13 


1830 + 


H 










5206 


H822 


DM (-1°) 2303 


41 IS 


- 2 6 


200 ± 


i6± 


9 •- 


.11 


1820 + 


H 




8.5 in DM 






5207 


H0 2S3 


W K''. 876 


4t 21 


10 38 


289.2 


1. 00 


7 - 


.12 


1887.24 


Ho 


I 








5208 


H823 


SD (7°) 2890 


41 36 


- 7 46 


280 ± 


I2± 


9 • 


.14 


1820 + 


H 










5209 


H4244 





41 43 


-30 55 


30 ± 


I2± 


9K- 


- ')Y2 


183^.2 


H 










5210 


S 1382 rej. 


Leo, Minoris 39 


41 54 


34 39 




25 ± 


8 . 


.11 


1830 + 


H 




A and B ) 
B and C 5 



















25 ± 


. 


-14 


1830 + 


H 








521 1 


Kr33 


A. 6. Hels. 6087 


42 22 


58 46 


215-3 


1.85 


9.0. 


• 9-0 


1891.22 


P 


I 








5212 


OS 521 


V Ursae Majoris 


42 27 


59 36 


295-3 


11.32 


4.2. 


.11.8 


1855-58 


OS 


7 








5213 


Hn99 


Cord. G. C. 1335 1 


42 28 


-27 3 


218. 1 


1.75 


8.3. 


.10.3 


1888.87 


Com 3 








5214 


S 1381 


DM (61°) 1146 


42 30 


61 II 


217.6 


1.50 


8.5. 


. 8.7 


1832.28 


S 


3 


Very wh. 






5215 


S 1383 rej. 




42 35: 


32 11: 




CI. IV 


8-9. 


.10-11 




S 




From Cat. Nov. 






5216 


H2508 





42 43 


50 28 


302.6 






■ ■ 


1830 + 


H 










5217 


H 1172 


W= K*. 864 


42 45 


44 34 


270 ± 


I0± 


9 - 


.11 


1828 + 


H 










5218 


H3313 


.... 


43 8 


67 9 


285.4 


7± 


II . 


.12 


1831 + 


H 










5219 


OS 207 rej. 


L 19259 


43 17 


17 24 


322.4 


19.05 


7-7- 


.10.8 


1867.47 


A 


3 


7,7 orange 






5220 


Innes 205 


Cord. DM (25°) 6590 


43 19 


-25 53 


20 ± 


2± 


7.1. 


.10.1 


1897.50 


I 




(/«. N. 3438) 






5221 


S1384 


DM (17°) 2143 


43 22 


16 54 


181. 1 


11.77 


9.0. 


- 9-7 


1828.23 


S 


2 








5222 


S1385 


DM (17°) 2144 


43 23 


17 7 


0.2 


1-23 


8.5. 


.10.7 


1829.94 


2 


3 








5223 


OS 208 


^ Ursae Majoris 


43 56 


54 38 


8.0 


0.48 


5-0. 


. S-6 


1843. II 


OS 


4 








5224 


Ho 369 


W K". 896 


43 57 


37 3 


98.0 


0.32 


7-7- 


- 7-8 


189I.3I 


Ho 


2 


AandB ) 
AB and C ) 
















100.8 


61.67 




.12 


189I.3I 


Ho 


I 






5225 


OS (App) 103 


w ix". 90s 


44 13 


19 53 


123-3 


78.12 


8.5. 


. 9-0 


1875.47 


A 


3 








5226 


S 1380 


RedbiU 1444 


44 26 


80 57 


29.0 


1.70 


7.6. 


..10.7 


1833-53 


S 


4 


7.6 yel. 






5227 
5228 


OS 522 
A 344 


0. Arg. N. 10399 
A. G. Camb. 5120 


44 39 

45 8 


65 21 
29 5° 


121.7 
29.0 


15.02 
0.44 


7-3- 
8.6. 


..II.O 

.. 9.2 


1851.29 
1902.26 


OS 
A 


3 
2 


7.3 red 

(Bui. L. 0. No. =9) 






5229 


S1387 


DM (69°) 541 


45 II 


69 31 


269.6 


8.93 


9.5- 


-. 9-5 


1832.97 


S 


2 








5230 


S1386 


DM (69°) 542 


45 12 


69 28 


296.0 


1.98 


8.2. 


.. 8.2 


1832. II 


s 


3 


White 






5231 


S 1388 rej. 


DM (29°) 1958 


45 22 


29 7 




CI. IV 


8 . 


. . 9-10 




2 




From Cat. Nov. 

(See p. 1072) 






5232 


OS2og 


Had'. 2406 


45 22 


SI II 


307.1 


4.86 


7-2- 


..10.2 


1846.03 


OS 


4 


7.0 yel. 






5233 


S1389 


DM (27°) 1819 


45 32 


27 33 


329.2 


1.67 


8.0. 


.. 9-0 


1830.61 


s 


3 


Yel'sh 






5234 


S 1390 


DM (17°) 2148 


45 34 


17 2 


205.9 


2-34 


8.5. 


-- 9-5 


1829.60 


s 


3 


A and B ) 
AandC 
















39-6 


10.73 




..II.O 


1856.28 


Se 


I 






5235 


A. Clark 5 


8 Sextantis 


46 34 


- 7 32 


50-5 


o.55± 


S%- 


-- SYa, 


1854.22 


Da 


2 


A and B ) 
AB and C ) 
















314-3 


30 ± 


. 


. .12 


1834 + 


H 








5236 


H2509 


.... 


45 36 


37 46 


82.8 


I4± 


10 . 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 










5237 


H2510 




46 35 


49 22 


II. 


I4± 


II 


= II 


1830 + 


H 










5238 


Howe 24 


Cord. DM (28°) 7695 


46 54 


-28 6 


196.0 


9-32 


8.5. 


. .10.0 


1885.12 


W 


I 








5239 


seos 


9 Sextantis 


47 50 


5 31 


292.7 


51.02 


7 - 


-- 9 


1825.01 


s 


2 








5240 
5241 


H4261 
S 1391 rej. 


L 19394 

DM {51°) 1557 


47 54 

48 3 


-18 55 

SI 46 


86.8 


9± 
III-IV 


8 . 
8-9. 


..10 
. . 9-10 


1837 -I 


H 

S 




From Cat. Nov. 






5242 


H4262 


SD(I2°) 3019 


48 38 


— 12 21 


101.7 


7± 


9 - 


. .12 


1836.2 


H 










5243 


H144 




9 48 38: 


10 48: 


335 ± 


I0± 


II . 


. .12 


1820 + 


H 






■ 












■» 


/xe 

















105 



d"" 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Numbei 



5244 
5245 
5246 

5247 
5248 

5249 

5250 

5251 

5252 

5253 

5254 

5255 

5256 

5257 

5258 

5259 

5260 

5261 

5262 

5263 

5264 

5265 

5266 

5267 

5268 

5269 

5270 

5271 

5272 

5273 

5274 

5275 

5276 

5277 

5278 

5279 

5280 

5281 

5282 

5283 

5284 

5285 

5286 
5287 
5288 
5289 
5290 

5291 
5292 

5293 
5294 
5295 
5296 

5297 
5298 



Double Star 



P215 
H471 

Hu 230 
H 2511 

2 1395 
S 1392 

A. G. 170 
P592 

Kr34 

H 146 

S 1394 

S 1397 

2 1396 
H 2512 
A. G. 171 

S 1399 

S 1393 rej. 
H824 
A 63 

P216 
H2514 
Arg. 23 
H2513 
H 1173 

21398 
?V.63 
H147 
H3317 

2 1400 
H825 
H 148 
H5478 

2 1401 
Doo — 

A 555 
Hu 725 
H149 
02 210 
H2515 
H3318 
Hd 124 
H472 

Hu 231 

H25I6 

H825 

H4277 
2 1403 

H2517 
2 1402 

H827 

A 64 

Hu 631 

H1174 

H25ig 

H3320 



Star Catalogue 



Lac. 4058 
DM (31°) 2071 
SD (11°) 2756 

L 19412 
DM (29°) 1971 
DM (8°) 2287 
0. Arg. S. 10209 
A. G. Eels. 6127 

0. Arg. K. 10375 
DM (25°) 2184 
L 1944I 

DM (21°) 2128 
DM (20°) 2399 
DM (74°) 420 
DM (9°) 2267 
SD (3°) 2820 
Lac. 4074 
DM (4°) 2271 
0. Arg. S. 10242 
DM (59°) 1278 

DM (69°) 550 
Leonis 91 
Schj. 3665 

DM (69°) 552 
SD (14°) 2992 



DM (6°) 2240 

SD (6°) 3054 
DM (50°) 1705 

L 19562 
Rad'. 2425 

0. Arg. S. 10285 
DM (28°) 1831 

SD (11°) 3004 

SD (9°) 2967 
Lac. 4106 
DM (8°) 2310 
W^IX". 1172 
DM (56°) 1428 

SD (5°) 2977 
DM (33°) 1938 
DM (2°) 2282 
DM (11°) 2155 



R. A. 1880 



9'>48"4is 

48 42 

48 46 

48 50 

48 59 

49 8 
49 13 
49 16 
49 21 
49 22: 
49 39 
49 56 

49 57 

50 4 
50 IS 

50 26 

51 6 
51 14 
51 20 
51 20 
51 29 
SI 30 
SI 45 
SI SO 

51 52 

52 14 
52 20 

52 26 

53 18 
S3 46 

. 53 41: 
53 55 

53 56 

54 
54 14 
54 17 

54 46: 

55 2 
55 4 
55 33 

55 40 

56 2 

56 10 

56 II 

56 24 

56 27 

56 32 

56 44 

56 50 

56 50 

56 SI 

56 59 

57 8 
57 36 

9 57 41 



Decl. 1880 



— 27°26' 

31 14 

— II 29 
22 14 

10 41 
29 40 

8 40 

-15 38 

58 49 

— 4 13: 
46 29 

25 37 

11 14 

14 25 

21 21 
20 20 

74 9 

9 44 

— 3 21 

-25 59 

4 50 
-27 59 

59 17 

— 14 12 
69 18 
II 32 

— 10 
27 

69 22 
-14 23 

— 2 S3: 

45 34 
6 50 

58 43 

-68 

SO 17 

5 36: 

46 56 
50 27 

36 50 
—22 II 

27 57 

— II 12 
40 10 

— 9 l6 
-28 6 

8 17 
38 36 
56 4 

— 2 20 

— 5 21 
33 14 

2 38 

II 51 

2 25 



Position 
Angle 



337-5 
3io± 

85.5 
129.9 
228.3 
179.7 

39-1 
191-7 

63.0 
120 ± 

237-1 
no. 4 

129-3 
96.6 

I75-I 
257.0 

i77± 
356.8 
161. 2 
333-0 
196-3 
179. 5 
i± 
229.0 
335 ± 
225 ± 
188.8 
228.2 

305 ± 

40 ± 

40 ± 

20.8 

106.4 

212.8 

181. 4 

265 ± 

270.6 

344-1 

9± 

105 ± 

150 ± 

49.0 

305 ± 

29.6 

339-2 

167.9 

96.0 

55± 

343-1 

271.9 

I3S± 

32.4 

153-8 



Distance 



1-75 

5± 

0.30 

7± 
18.84 

9-39 
2.21 
9.84 
36-20 
i5± 
3-75 
1. 01 

3-51 
4± 

30.14 

I2± 

9± 

1.52 

3.08 
40 ± 

8.61 
i8± 

4± 

3-66 
52.17 
20 ± 
20 ± 

1.80 

6± 

3-4 

9± 
23.66 
30.21 

0.57 
0.27 

30 ± 
0.94 

25 ± 
i4± 

5± 
I5± 

4.86 

4± 

I2± 

25 ± 
2.91 

45± 
21.09 

lK-2 

1-47 
0.76 
8± 
8± 
io± 



Magnitudes 



7-5- 

9 • 

9.0. 
12 . 

8.0. 

8.5. 

9.2. 

6.6. 

9.2. 
10 . 

8.3. 

8.5., 

8.2., 

12 : 
8.9.. 

6.8.. 
10 . . 
10 . . 

8.8.. 

6.0. . 
10 . . 

8.5.. 
9-10. . 
12 . . 

7.5.. 

10 = 
10 . . 

7-3-- 

9 •- 
10 . . 
10 . . 

8.0.. 

9.2.. 

8.3.. 
9.0.. 

7-5-. 

7 •• 

9-10. . 



8.5. . 

2 . . 
9-10. . 

8 .. 

8.9.. 

7 .. 

6.8.. 
II . . 

8.7., 

7.0.. 
10 . . 
10 . . 
11-12. 



.. 9.0 
. .12 
.. 9.2 
..12-13 
..10. 5 
. .11.2 
.. 9.2 
. .12.0 
,. 9-5 
. .11 

• 9-3 
■ 10.3 
.10.0 
= 12 

. 7-8 

.10-11 

.11 

.11.7 

.11.2 

.11 

. 9.0 

.10 

.12 

.10.7 

= 10 

.10 

.10.5 

.10 

.16 

.11 

.11.0 

• 9-3 
.10.8 
.10.0 

. 8.3 
-15 
. 9-10 

.10 

= 10 

•15 

•13-5 

.12 + 

.14 

. 8K 

.10.6 

.12 

. 8.0 
.12 

.12.2 

. 8.6 

.12 
•13 

••13 



Epoch 



1877. II 

1820 + 

1900.24 

1830 + 

1828.95 

1830.75 

1895^36 

1879.18 

1891.22 

1820 + 

1828.34 

1830.60 

1829.20 

1830 -H- 

1828.76 
1830+ 
1820 + 
1900.37 
1877.20 

1830 + 
1877. 58 
1830+ 
1828+ 
1832.07 
1783.10 
1820 + 

1831 + 
1832.39 
1820+ 
1820 + 
1823+ 
1829.18 

1898.35 

1903.04 

1902.96 

1820+ 

1845.27 

1830 + 

1831 + 
1868.13 
1820+ 
1820+ 
1900.24 
1830 + 
1820+ 

1837.1 
1831.43 

1830+ 
1831.68 
1820 + 
1900.37 
1903.05 
1828 + 

1830 + 

1831 + 



Observer 



Cin I 
H 

Hu I 
H 



S 

S 

Lp 

/3 

/3 

H 

S 

s 
s 

H 



S 4 
H 
H 

A 3 
Cin 2 
H 

Cin I 
H 
H 

S 3 
JJt I 
H 
H 

2 3 

H 

H 

H 

S 2 

Doo 3 

A 2 

Hu I 

H 

OS 3 

H 

H 

Hd 

H 

H 

Hu I 

H 

H 

H 

S 6 

H 

S 3 
H 

A 3 
Hu 3 
H 
H 
H 



Notes 



(^.7494) 



%.o yel'sh 



i.-iyeVsh 



White 
From H (V) 

M.iVr. 3668) 



7.5 wK 



7.3 yeVsh 



8.0 •white 

i^Pnb. Flower 

Obsy. I) 
(Bui. L. O. No. so) 



Red: purple 



A andB ) 
A and C ) 
(A. J, 494) 



Yel.: bluish 

" Verified with 240 '' 

M. JV.3668) 



106 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



9''— 10'' 



Mumber 


Double Star 


Star Catalog:ne 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


5299 


H4279 


.... 


9\57'"57' 


i5°S5' 


II9-7 


6"± 


.ij^ = 


= ii>^ 


1836.2 


H 




5300 


H2518 


DM (52°) 1451 


58 5 


52 31 


91 .0 


25 ± 


9-10. . 


.12 


1830 + 


H 


"Another double/" 


5301 


Ho 370 


Cord. DM (24°) 87 1 1 


58 10 


-24 44 


330.7 


14-43 


6.7.. 


• 13 


1892.30 


Ho 3 




5302 


2 1404 


W IXh. 1228 


58 II 


- I 7 


292.8 


6.11 


8.7.. 


• 9-3 


1830.45 


2 5 


JVAiie 


5303 


P1072 


L 19689 


58 20 


-17 31 


42.6 


10.90 


6.9.. 


.12.3 


1889.13 


^ 3 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 












272.7 


21.50 


7 -- 


■ VA 


1822.34 


Sh 1 


5304 


S1406 


DM (31°) 209s 


58 42 


31 40 


228.2 


1. 14 


8.0. . 


■ 8.7 


1830.27 


S 3 


fVhi/e 


5305 
5306 


S 1405 rej. 
H 150 


Leonis Minoris 58 


58 43 
58 51: 


40 10 
- 5 5: 


305 ± 


CI. IV 
8-10 


7 -• 
13 -- 


.10 

.14 


1820 + 


S 
H 


From Cat. Nov. 

L 19664 


5307 


Innes 292 


Lac. 4128 


58 52 


-27 48 


208.8 


0.72 


7.8.. 


. 8.0 


1899.01 


A 4 




5308 


H473 





58 56 


19 24 


290 ± 


25± 


10 . . 


.11 


1820 + 


H 




5309 


Weisse 22 


W DC"". 1229 


59 7 


44 8 




10 ± 


9 -- 










5310 


H474 




59 14 


29 36 


320 ± 


9± 


10 .. 


.11 


1820 + 


H 




53" 


H82S 


DM (27°) 184S 


59 37 


27 37 


300 ± 


6± 


10 . . 


.10+ 


1820 + 


H 




5312 


H151 




59 44: 


10 17: 


35 ± 


5± 


12 . . 


-14 


1820 + 


H 




5313 


Innes 293 


Lac. 4134 


59 45 


-27 37 


320.6 


0.60 


7.2.. 


. 8.0 


1899.22 


A 3 




5314 


H3319 


DM (76°) 395 


59 49 


76 57 


4.2 


20 ± 


9 •■ 


.10 


1831 + 


H 




5315 


2 1407 


DM (65°) 751 


10 II 


65 2 


52.5 


4.87 


9.0.. 


- 9-5 


1832.39 


S 3 




5316 


H1175 




12 


4 34 


105 ± 


10 ± 


II . . 


.12 


1828 + 


H 




5317 


H82g 


SD (9°) 2994 


21 


- 9 29 


3io± 


I2± 


10 . . 


-14 


1820+ 


H 




5318 


Ho 371 


Lac. 4143 


23 


-30 18 


40.6 


6.38 


6.5.. 


.12 


1891.79 


Ho 2 




5319 


Ed 125 


W IX*". 1273 


48 


- I 8 


« 


I± 


9 -- 




1868.22 


Hd 




5320 


S607 


0. Aig. S. 10365 


56 


-18 44 


326.2 


11-35 


10 . . 


.10 


1825.12 


S 2 




5321 


H.C.Wilson 8 


Cord. G. C. 13781 


I 


-28 4 


217. 1 


1-15 


7.6.. 


• 7-7 


1885.22 


W 3 




5322 


2 1408 


DM (73°) 487 


I 


7338 


II. 8 


3-34 


8.4. 


. 9-2 


1832.69 


2 4 


White 


5323 


H152 




I 5: 


6 10: 









-. 


1820 + 


H 


No description 


5324 


H4285 


0. Arg. S. 10372 


I 5 


-22 33 


2.0 


10 ± 


8K- 


.10 


1835-2 


H 




5325 


P217 


Cord. G. C. 13789 


I 17 


-24 18 


274.1 


1.8s 


7.8. 


- 7-9 


1878.47 


Cin 3 




5326 


H475 


B. A. C. 3456 


1 21 


32 12 


i7o± 


20 ± 


6 . 


-19 


1820 + 


H 




5327 


Weisse 23 


w rx". 1284 


I 21 


6 57 


310. 1 


3-52 


9-5- 


■ 9.6 


1895.40 


Lp 




5328 


G.Andersons 


31 Leonis 


I 32 


10 35 


43-3 


7-94 


5 . 


•15 


1878.30 


HI 5 




5329 


P218 


L 19765 


I 41 


-19 7 


122.6 


0.99 


7-9- 


. 8.4 


1875.26 


J 4 




5330 


H3321 


.... 


I 54 


67 29 


133-5 


4± 


10 . 


-10 + 


1831 + 


H 




5331 


2 6, App. II 


a Leonis (Regulus) 


2 


12 33 


306.6 


176.90 


1.5- 


. 8.4 


1836.24 


s S 


BandC5 ■«'h.:tvh. 












93-3 


3-90 






1867.31 


Hd 2 


5332 


2 141 1 rej. 


DM (33°) 1946 


2 IS 


32 57 


306.2 


30 ± 


9-10. 


.11 


1830 + 


H 


FroraH(V). 8.5 in 
DM 


5333 


H 2520 


DM (22°) 2185 


2 37 


22 23 


339-8 


24 ± 


8 . 


.11 


1830 + 


H 




5334 


P911 


L 19780 


2 41 


— 19 10 


311-5 


4-75 


7-5- 


.11.2 


1880.25 


/3 2 


A and B 1 
A and C 5 












83-1 


47-30 




- 9-3 


1880.26 


|3 3 


5335 


H2521 


DM (44°) 1957 


2 59 


44 42 


270 ± 


I5± 


9-10. 


-14 


1830 + 


H 


"P doubtful" 


5336 


2 1409 


DM (80°) 313 


3 3 


80 4 


184.2 


7-79 


8.7. 


.11.2 


1833-25 


S 3 


8.7 yeVsh 


5337 


2 1412 rej. 


DM (3°) 2323 


3 29 


3 45 




01. IV 


8 . 


.11 




S 




5338 


H153 


.... 


3 59: 


— I 22: 


190 ± 


I2± 


II . 


.12 


1820 + 


H 


A and B ) 
A and C 5 












ii5± 


I2± 


. 


.18 


1820 + 


H 


5339 


P790 


W x". 26 


4 5 


— 12 17 


67.9 


2.17 


8.6. 


.10.1 


1881.36 


P 3 




5340 


H830 


SD (13°) 304s 


4 20 


-14 3 


50 ± 


5± 


9-10. 


. .11-12 


1820 + 


H 




5341 


H2522 


DM (48°) 184s 


4 31 


48 27 


147-3 


25 ± 


9-10. 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 


8.8 m. in DM 


5342 


P593 


X Hydrae 


4 44 


— II 46 


118. 4 


50.76 


4 - 


--13-5 


1878.23 


P I 




5343 




DM (10°) 2119 


4 54 


10 36 


185.7 


73-70 


9-3- 


-- 9-5 


1903.22 


P I 




5344 


HU632 


DM(49°)I93I 


5 22 


49 II 


64.1 


3-12 


9.0. 


..10.8 


1903.00 


Hu 3 




5345 


H476 


L 19830 


5 26 


20 43 


43 ± 


i5± 


8 . 


. .11 


1820 + 


H 


Yellow: blue 


5346 


Ho 44 


SD (5°) 3008 


5 27 


- 5 34 


10.9 


0.41 


8 . 


.. 8 


1884.32 


Ho 2 




5347 


2 1413 


DM(l7°)2l8l 


5 48 


16 56 


278.5 


2-39 


8.9. 


.. 8.9 


1830.78 


S 4 


YeVsh: ■wh. 


5348 


2 1414 


DM (40°) 2304 


6 19 


40 4 


93-8 


3-92 


9.2. 


..10.3 


1830.05 


S 4 




5349 


02213 


I- 19853 


6 22 


28 I 


nS-2 


0.99 


7.8. 


■ - 9-5 


1856.94 


OS 6 




5350 


H3322 


.... 


10 6 25 


38 22 


134-8 


4± 


II 


= II 


1831 + 


H 





107 



10" 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number 



5351 
5352 

5353 
5354 
5355 
5356 
5357 
5358 
5359 
5360 
5361 
5362 
5363 
5364 

5365 
5366 
5367 
5368 
5369 

5370 
5371 
5372 
5373 
5374 
5375 
5376 
5377 
5378 
5379 
5380 
5381 
5382 
5383 
5384 
5385 
5386 
5387 
5388 
5389 
5390 
5391 
5392 
5393 
5394 
5395 
5396 
5397 



5398 
5399 
5400 

5401 



Double Star 



2 1416 
H477 

H3323 
Lewis 10 
H 4296 
S 1415 

H154 
HU459 
S 1417 
H 1176 
HU633 

H155 

HU634 

H156 

02215 

Ho 45 

Hn 100 
2 18, App. I 

H478 

H2523 
02523 
2 1419 

Hu5e6 

H157 
Hn loi 

H3324 
2 1421 

H2525 
2 1420 

H831 

A 65 

H 2524 

H 2526 

H 3225 
2 1423 

91.71 
H2527 
2 1424 
Innes 206 

H5479 

H158 

H479 

H159 

Ho 531 
2 1425 

Hn 102 
2 1426 



2 1410 
H4303 

2 1427 
Hn 103 



Star Catalogue 



I, ig 

DM (25°) 2215 



DM (18°) 233s 
DM (17°) 2189 
0. Arg. N. 10662 

SD (17°) 309s 
DM (19°) 2322 
0. Arg. M. 10679 
DM (49°) 1933 

DM (33°) 1962 
DM (12°) 2180 

P X"". 23 
DM (6°) 2280 
SD (17°) 3100 
f and 35 Leonis 



39 Leonis 
WX''. 145 
SD (10°) 3031 



0. Arg. S. 10498 
DM (68°) 598 
W X"". 200 

DM (39°) 2337 
SD (13°) 3080 
SD (5°) 3034 



DM (21°) 2172 



7 Leonis 
L 20048 
DM (0°) 2640 
W X"". 198 

W X''. 209 
SD (3°) 2900 
DM (46°) 1620 
SD (20°) 3148 
Leonis 145 



Redhlll 1519 
SD(2I°) 3038 
DM (44°) 1977 
I/am. 158 



R. A. 1880 



7 IS 

8 I 
8 I 
8 II 
8 II 
8 24: 
8 30 
8 35 
8 36 

8 38 

9 9: 
9 23 
9 35 

9 44 

9 49 

9 58 

10 I 

10 12 

10 27 

10 39 

10 41 

10 52 

10 59: 

11 5 
II 19 
II 19 
II 25 
II 29 

11 34 

12 4 
12 21 
12 31 
12 35 
12 37 
12 46 

12 52 

13 20 
13 27 
13 28 
13 28 

13 42 

14 3 
14 3 
14 13 
14 14 
14 IS 



14 22 

14 35 

14 46 

10 14 47 



Decl. 1880 



-15 30' 
25 25 

67 19 

18 29 

17 22 
71 40 

- 35: 

- 17 26 

19 43 
58 13 
49 20 
15 0: 

33 45 
12 36 

18 20 

635 

-17 50 

24 I 

18 58 

55 41 
23 42 

10 43 
-10 10 

- 2 49: 
-20 4 

68 44 
28 8 
37 6 
39 43 
-13 48 

- 5 49 
73 54 

34 20 
6i 38 
21 10 
54 49 

7 47 

20 27 

-22 34 

o 40 

14 3 

28 36 

11 57 

- 3 45 
46 45 

-20 45 
7 2 



86 40 
-22 

44 31 
-IS 45 



Position 

Angle 



Magnitudes 



Epoch 



275?8 


Ilf25 


6.7. 


.. 8.5 


1827-73 


27s ± 


8± 


10 


= 10 


1820 + 


3i5± 


io± 




..19 


1820 + 


287.3 


3± 


15 ■ 


•-15 


1831 + 


8.1 


1.38 


8.0. 


.. 8.5 


1903.31 


137.9 


I2± 


9 - 


. .12 


1836.2 


167. 1 


16.73 


6.1. 


.. 7.0 


1832.21 


iSo± 


10-12 


II . 


. .12 


1820+ 


88.5 


I .04 


9-4- 


.. 9-8 


1902.3s 


261.4 


2-43 


8.2. 


.. 8.2 


1830.61 


320.2 


I0± 


10 


= 10 


1828 + 


341.6 


0.36 


8.4. 


..10.5 


1902.99 


I4S± 


iS± 


II . 


. .12 


1820+ 


167. 1 


1-83 


8.4. 


.. 9-1 


1903.05 


330 ± 


I0± 


10 . 


. .n 


1820+ 


360 ± 


I0± 




. .11 


1820 + 


266.5 


0-47 


7.0. 


■ 7-2 


1844.54 


145-2 


9.60 


9 - 


.10 


1884.3s 


199.6 


1-43 


9-7- 


.11.0 


1888.87 


343-1 


314-44 


3-8- 


. 6.0 


1836.42 


I35± 


3± 


12 


= 12 


1820+ 


345 ± 


5± 




.20 


1820+ 


313-8 


I2± 


II . 


.11 


1830+ 


295.6 


6-73 


5.8. 


.11.4 


1851.26 


223.8 


4-36 


8.4. 


- 9-1 


1828.43 


226.0 


1.05 


8-5- 


.12.0 


1900.32 


300 ± 


i5± 


10 . 


-13 


1820 + 


113-8 


1-49 


6.0. . 


. 9-8 


1888.73 


198.5 


i8± 


9 .. 


.10 


1831 + 


330-4 


4-39 


7-S-- 


. 8.5 


1830.72 


87.0 


i6± 


II . . 


.11 


1830 + 


327-5 


2.40 


8.2.. 


- 9-9 


1831.69 


I35± 


i5± 


9 ■■ 


.11 


1820+ 


158-5 


4-58 


8.3-. 


.14.0 


1900.33 


192-5 


i8± 


10 . . 


.11 


1830+ 


8.4 


i5± 


II . . 


-13 


1830+ 


38.3 


4± 


II . . 


.12 


1830+ 


99-3 


1. 12 


8.6.. 


• 9-3 


1830.94 


87.9 








1782.88 


253-6 


i5± 


11-12. 


■13 


1830+ 


103.4 


2.50 


2.0.. 


- 35 


1831.51 


328.0 


1. 01 


9.0.. 


- 9-5 


1902.26 


20 ± 


iS± 


9 -- 


-13 


1823+ 


i7S± 


iS± 


9 -■ 


.12 


1820+ 


360 ± 


I0± 


II = 


- II 


1820+ 


iS± 


35 ± 


8 .. 


.10 


1820 + 


133-4 


2.03 


8 .. 


.10.7 


1894.30 


1.8 


4-79 


8.8.. 


- 9-5 


1829.69 


173-3 


1-34 


9.8.. 


.10.8 


1888.87 


256.8 


0.62 


7.8.. 


. 8.3 


1832.26 


9.1 


7-43 




• 9-3 


1832.22 


45-2 


34-39 




-(IS) 


1876.36 


337-2 


14.21 


8.O.. 


. 9-8 


1833-25 


89.3 


10 ± 


8 .. 


- 9 


1835-2 


214. 1 


9-47 


7.2.. 


• 7-7 


1829.36 


336-9 


1.58 


9.2.. 


• 9-9 


1888.56 



Observer 



s 2 
H 
H 
H 

L 2 
H 

S 4 
H 

Hu 3 
S 4 
H 

Hu 2 
H 

Hu 3 
H 
H 

OS 4 
Ho 2 
Com 3 

S 5 
H 
H 
H 
OS 4 

S 5 
Hu 3 
H 

Com 2 
H 

2 S 
H 

S 5 

H 

A 3 

H 

H 

H 

S 6 

W I 
H 
S 21 

1 I 
H 

H 
H 
H 
Ho 2 

S 3 
Com 3 

2 3 



S 3 
HI I 

S 3 
H 

2 3 
Com 3 



Notes 



€.7 white 
A andB 
AandC 



"A fainter 
star, also 



{M. JV. LXIII 407) 
(See p. 1073) 
Very wh, 

{Bui. L. O. No. 21) 
White 



A and B J 
B and C j 



YeVsh: wh. 
A and B ) 
AandC) 



Wh.: Uuish 
(Bui. L. O. No. 37) 
" Small star blue'*'' 



Wh.: bluish 
H(VI) 



(A. N. 3668) 



YeVsh 



Gold.: greenish red 



(See p. 1073) 



Red: blue 

(Seep. 1073) 
(A. N. 3557) 




White 



108 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



10' 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


5402 


Hn 104 


SD (15°) 3031 


10" 1 4" 50= 


-16° 7' 


I4?9 


3-32 


10. 0.. 


.10.1 


1888.26 


Com 


2 




5403 


Kr36 


A. G. HelS. 6318 


14 54 


62 13 


244.9 


5-17 


9 -• 


.10 


1891.22 


p 


I 




5404 


H4305 


Tar. 4304 


14 54 


-23 2 


213-5 


i8± 


8 .. 


.10 


1835.2 


H 






5405 


H2S28 




15 22 


72 42 


102. 5 


9± 


10 . . 


.12 


1830 + 


H 






5405 


P1321 


DM (13°) 2244 


15 39 


13 2 


131-3 


1-75 


9.1.. 


-12.3 


1903.26 


^ 


3 




5407 


P25 


W X*". 242 


15 46 


— 9 10 


180.5 


1.76 


8.4.. 


. 9-0 


1875-23 


A 


4 




5408 


P219 


Cord. 6. C. 14126 


15 56 


-21 55 


188.6 


2.33 


7-5-- 


- 9-2 


1876.14 


Cin 


3 




5409 


OS 216 


Leonis 150 


16 20 


15 58 


167.9 


2.06 


7.0.. 


.10.5 


1845.62 


OS 


3 




5410 


P912 


w x". 253 


16 26 


-13 4 


106.3 


0.95 


8.6.. 


.11.9 


1879.17 


/3 


2 




54" 


H4309 


.... 


16 37 


-29 44 


So± 


i5± 


10: 


= 10 


1834 + 


H 






5412 


Sh 115 


Leonis 155 


17 2 


6 18 


330-4 


60.39 


7 - 


.12 


1823.14 


Sh 


3 




5413 


H2529 


.... 


17 19 


13 10 


95-3 


iK 


II . 


.12 


1830 + 


H 




AandB 
AandC 












10.8 


7± 




.14 


1830 + 


H 




5414 


H4311 


L 20158 


17 26 


— 12 46 


122.3 


4± 


7 - 


.14 


1836.2 


H 






5415 


02 (App) 104 


L 20141 


17 27 


34 48 


286.3 


207.22 


7.0. 


- 7-5 


1875-63 


A 


2 




5416 


H3326 




17 57 


36 34 


177.2 


i5± 


II 


.11 


1831 + 


H 






5417 


Hn 105 


0. Aig. S. 10588 


18 


-19 19 


116. 6 


0.91 


9-5- 


.10.5 


1888.91 


Com 


3 




5418 


P 1322 


L 20170 


18 I 


2 59 


325-8 


7.84 


7 - 


■ 13-3 


1904.29 


/3 


3 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 












64.2 


209.84 




- 7 


1904.29 





3 


5419 


H4313 


.... 


18 2 


-28 58 


138-3 


7± 


10 


— 10 


1834-3 


H 




"Points to a star 9 m." 


5420 


H480 


.... 


18 13 


31 53 


7S± 


7± 


12 . 


.12 + 


1820 + 


H 






5421 


2 1429 


DM (25°) 2247 


18 22 


25 14 


270.6 


1.52 


8.3. 


. 8.3 


1829.28 


S 


3 




S422 


2 1428 


p x". 58 


18 25 


53 14 


84-3 


3-84 


7-S- 


. 8.0 


1831.69 


S 


3 


White 


5423 


2 1430 rej. 


DM (41°) 2089 


18 35 


41 31 




CI. IV 


8 . 


.10 





s 




From Cat, Nov. 


5424 


H 160 




19 10 


- 3 43 


295 ± 


5-6 


12 . 


-13 


1820 + 


H 




Place from H (V) 


5425 


H481 


.... 


19 12 


25 41 


30s ± 


5± 


9 • 


.11 


1820 + 


H 






5426 


21431 


P x". 67 


19 16 


9 23 


65-9 


3-20 


8.0. 


- 9-7 


1832.56 


S 


3 


Wh.: bluish wh. 


5427 


H1177 


.... 


19 31 


3 49 


60 ± 


I2± 


10 . 


.11 


1828 + 


H 






5428 


P1280 


I, 20225 


19 55 


4 33 


17.8 


0.88 


9.1. 


.11.7 


1899.40 


A 


2 


BandC ) 
A and BC ) 












191. 5 


116.26 


7-2. 




1899.25 


/3 


3 


5429 


21432 


DM (30°) 2014 


20 14 


30 17 


124-3 


29-53 


8.0. 


. 9-8 


1829.94 


S 


3 


i.oyel'sh luh. 


5430 


2 1433 rej. 


SD (3°) 2920 


20 20 


— 3 26 





III-IV 


9 - 


.11 




S 




From Cat. Nov. 


5431 


02217 


L 20234 


20 24 


17 50 


149. 1 


0.52 


7-3- 


- 7-8 


1851.30 


OS 


5 




5432 


H161 


.... 


20 31: 


II 47: 


225 ± 


20 ± 


12 . 


■ 13 


1820 + 


H 






5433 


21434 


W Xi". 379 


20 38 


18 41 


269.5 


6.08 


8.5. 


. 8.5 


1830.22 


s 


4 




5434 


HU63S 


DM (48°) 1868 


21 II 


48 10 


173-9 


4.27 


9.2. 


- 9-2 


1903.02 


Hu 


2 




5435 


H2531 




21 17 


40 49 


4.8 


9± 


10 . 


.11 


1830 + 


H 






5436 


H832 


45 Leonis 


21 18 


10 23 


140 ± 


40 ± 


6 . 


-15 


1820 + 


H 






5437 


02218 


L 20278 


21 18 


4 10 


63.0 


1. 21 


7-3- 


.. 9.2 


1855.12 


OS 


6 




5438 


21435 


DM (20°) 2491 


21 25 


20 27 


201.3 


8.30 


9-2. 


. .10.0 


1827.29 


S 


2 




5439 


H1179 




21 41 


37 


130 ± 


I0± 


10 . 


..12 


1828 + 


H 






5440 


H1178 


.... 


21 49 


56 48 


100 ± 


.... 






1828 + 


H 




"P est. from diagram" 


5441 


2 1438 rej. 


DM (13°) 2261 


22 7 


13 47 


250.7 


i8± 


8-9. 


. .10 


1830 + 


H 




From H (V) 


5442 


H2532 


DM (38°) 2144 


22 35 


38 35 


73-3 


I2± 


9-10 


= 9-10 


1830 + 


H 






5443 


21436 


DM (57°) 1271 


22 38 


56 58 


251.3 


10.26 


8.0. 


. .10.0 


1831.32 


S 


2 


8.0 yel 'sk 


5444 


02219 


Rad'. 2500 


22 44 


51 36 


298.2 


13.21 


7.0. 


..10.3 


1847.65 


OS 


3 




5445 


02 220 


p x". 85 


22 51 


10 46 


62.3 


1.27 


7.1. 


.. 9.0 


1853.73 


OS 


7 




5446 


02 (App) 105 


W X". 437 


23 10 


29 12 


225.2 


130-40 


6.8. 


.. 7-8 


1875.86 


A 


3 




5447 


H833 


Mii I, 5359 


23 19 


— 29 


20 ± 


i5± 


9 - 


. .12 


1820 + 


H 






5448 


21439 


DM (21°) 2202 


23 32 


21 25 


131-4 


2.02 


8.0. 


.. 8.5 


1829.26 


S 


3 


White 


5449 


H3327 




23 43 


6837 


no. 3 


2^ 


lO-II 


= 10-11 


183I + 


H 




"Very neat star'' 


5450 


H162 


.... 


23 45: 


15 16: 


330 ± 


15-20 


9 • 


. .11 


1820 + 


H 




Probably DM 

(150) 2208 


5451 


2 1440 


W Xh. 398 


23 45 


- 3 18 


346-4 


15.10 


8.0. 


.. 9-5 


1832.22 


S 


2 


8.0 white 


5452 


Ho 372 


W X*. 399 


24 


12 15 


78.2 


13.27 


8.0. 


. .12.0 


1891.82 


Ho 


2 




5453 


H4321 


5 Antliae 


24 4 


—30 


225.4 


10.62 


6 . 


..10 


1848.10 


J 






5454 


H5480 


.... 


10 24 24 


79 27 


66.1 


4± 


10 . 


. .11 


1828.7 


H 




"Very beautiful" 





























100 



10'' 




Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 








Numbe 


r Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


545S 


S1437 


DM (74°) 438 


I0"24""3I=' 


H"2T 


289?7 


23-49 


7.2... 9.7 


1832.42 


S 


2 


7.2 wh. 


5456 


H4322 


0. Alg. S. 1 068 1 


24 41 


— 24 16 


lOI.I 


8± 


7K-.-I3 


1835.2 


II 






5457 


Kuas 


DM (48°) 1872 


24 52 


48 


15.6 


1. 17 


9.4. . .10.0 


1901.25 


Ku 


2 


(Kustner (3821) 


5458 


H482 


33 Leonis Minoris 


24 53 


33 


225 ± 


25 ± 


6 ...20 


1820 + 


H 






5459 


2 1441 


P X". 94 


24 58 


- 7 I 


169.3 


2.59 


6.4... 9.9 


1830.12 


2 


7 


6.4 golden 


5460 


H483 


DM (32°) 2040 


25 II 


32 48 


I40± 


8± 


9 ...II 


1820 + 


H 






5461 


Z 1442 


WX"". 478 


25 25 


22 39 


155.2 


13.33 


7.2... 7.8 


183I.IO 


S 


6 


Very wh. 


5462 


HU636 


DM (33°) 2000 


25 27 


33 27 


204.7 


1.76 


9.0. . .10.5 


1902.99 


Hu 


2 




54''3 


H2533 


DM (3°) 2380 


25 27 


3 12 


335.0 


7± 


10. . .10-11 


1830+ 


H 






5464 


H484 




25 49 


28 16 


i8o± 


4± 


9 --.13 


1820 + 


H 






5465 


H4325 


Cord. DM (30°) 8513 


26 12 


-30 43 


168.6 


I2± 


8>^... 9 


1835.1 


H 






5466 


H2534 


B. A. C. 3607 


26 14 


41 2 


314.6 


25 ± 


5 ...16 


1830 + 


H 






5467 


A 345 


SD (7°) 3055 


26 14 


- 7 35 


212.2 


0.62 


8.2. . .11.0 


1902.20 


A 


2 


{Bui. L. 0. No. =9) 


5468 


2 1443 


w= x^ 494 


26 21 


38 18 


156.3 


4.77 


9.0. . . 9.0 


1829.94 


S 


3 




5469 


P1073 


Sextantis loi 


26 26 


- 5 27 


46.9 


3-02 


7.0.. .11.5 


1889.29 


iS 


3 




5470 


2 1445 


Mil I. 5426 


26 35 


- 15 


167.4 


2.42 


8.8.. .11.8 


1827.58 


S 


3 


8.8 yel'sh 


5471 


H2535 




26 43 


51 37 


304.5 


I2± 


8 ...13 


1830 + 


H 




"Very neat" 


5472 


S 1446 


DM (15°) 2220 


27 7 


15 50 


251.4 


5. II 


8.5... 9.3 


1829.86 


2 


3 




5473 


Hie4 




27 8: 


6 31: 


30 ± 


20 ± 


II . . .12 


1820 + 


H 






5474 


S 1447 


Leonis 178 


27 13 


23 58 


125.2 


4-3° 


7.1... 8.9 


1830.86 


2 


5 


Very wh,; bluish 


5475 


2 1444 rej. 


DM (64°) 795 


27 27 


64 13 


268.1 


I5± 


9 ...II 


1831 + 


H 






5475 


2 1448 


DM (22°) 2236 


27 51 


22 13 


258.7 


10.90 


7.0... 9.0 


1827.28 


2 


2 


7.0 yePsk 


5477 


S Sio 


0. Arg. S. 10718 


28 3 


-17 13 


35-9 


100.86 


10 ...10^ 


1S25.18 


S 


2 




5478 


21449 


DM (35°) 2159 


28 15 


35 45 


289.2 


35-99 


8.5... 8.7 


1829.29 


2 


2 




5479 


H2536 





28 17 


32 14 


100.5 


10± 


II ...13 


1830 + 


H 






5480 


P 1269 


44 Hydrae 


28 18 


-23 8 


63.8 


18.33 


5 ...14 


1892.23 


P 


I 




5481 


P1074 


h 20453 


28 20 


46 16 


208.4 


2.10 


6.4. . . 11.2 


1889.27 


/3 


3 




5482 


H485 




28 26 


20 7 




25 ± 


II = II 


1820 + 


H 






5483 


H4331 




28 34 


-30 29 


263.3 


iK 


ii%...ii}4 


1836.2 


H 






5484 


2 1450 


49 Leonis 


28 45 


9 16 


161. 1 


2.39 


6.0... 8.7 


1830.76 


2 


6 


Wh.: bluish 


5485 


21451 


DM (27°) 1907 


28 46 


26 54 


267.5 


8.18 


8.5... 9.5 


1828.95 


2 


3 


AandB ^ 
A and C 5 












3I5± 


i5± 


...{16) 


1820 + 


H 




5486 


H487 


DM (30°) 2641 


29 28 


30 45 


3± 


6± 


9 ... 9 


1820 + 


H 






5487 


2 1452 


Mii I. 5497 


29 37 


3 u 


329.7 


10.05 


9-0... 9.1 


1832.66 


2 


5 




5488 


Hn 107 


SD (17°) 3186 


29 40 


-17 19 


309.0 


1.60 


10.3. ..10.8 


1888.91 


Com 3 




5489 


Hi6s 


W X"". 499 


29 46 


12 14 


330 ± 


3± 


8 ... 9 


1820 + 


H 






5490 


Weisse 24 


W^ X". 559 


29 59 


42 45 


239.0 


17.91 


9 ... 9-3 


1904.02 


/3 


2 




5491 


P411 


Lac. 4360 


30 25 


-26 3 


294.6 


1.33 


6.7... 8.0 


1878.28 


Cin 


2 




5492 


P1075 


0° Hydrae 


30 25 


-15 43 


277.1 


3-03 


6.0. . .13.0 


1889.14 


/3 


3 




5493 


02222 


Rad'. 2526 


30 29 


60 45 


340.3 


4-57 


6.7. ..10.7 


1847.72 


02 


3 




5494 


H4336 




30 40 


-29 52 


.... 


1% 


10 ...II 


1834 + 


H 






5495 


H2538 


DM (44°) 2004 


30 51 


44 45 


163.4 


i5± 


9-10. .12 


1830 + 


H 






5496 


21453 


W X". 530 


30 55 


-12 55 


228.6 


8.32 


8.5... 9.7 


1829.25 


2 


2 




5497 


H2539 


DM (44°) 2005 


30 56 


44 46 


51.8 


i6± 


10 ...13 


1830 + 


H 






5498 


H2537 




30 59 


52 35 


20 ± 


7± 


9-10. .13-14 


1830 + 


H 






5499 


A 556 


SD (8°) 2963 


31 I 


- 8 13 


54.0 


1-34 


6.8. . .10.0 


1903.04 


A 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. so) 


5500 


02 223 rej. 


L 20523 


31 10 


41 4 


146.3 


18.60 


7.3. ..12.0 


1868.21 


A 


3 




5501 


2 1454 


DM (27°) 1914 


31 30 


27 14 


307.9 


3-47 


7-5-. -10. 2 


1830.65 


2 


3 


7.S yel'sh 


5502 


H2540 


DM (5°) 2362 


31 32 


5 43 


305.5 


20 ± 


9-10.. 13 


1S3O + 


H 






5503 


H834 


W X*". 54S 


31 40 


- 9 6 


220± 


20 ± 


9 . . .12 


1820 + 


H 






5504 


H4337 


0. Aig. S. 10765 


31 45 


-18 44 


246.0 


S± 


9 ...10 


1835.2 


H 






5505 


H5481 


DM (28°) 1911 


31 54 


28 2 


i8o± 


4± 


9 --.13 


1827.2 


H 






5506 


2 1456 


W X*". 534 


32 7 


I 52 


45-3 


13.52 


8.0... 9.7 


1833.73 


2 


2 


8.0 white 


5507 


H835 


DM (6°) 2327 


32 17 


6 


20 ± 


12 ± 


9-10. .11 


1820 + 


H 






5508 


2 1457 


DM (6°) 2328 


32 28 


6 21 


287.8 


0.71 


7.4..- 8.4 


1829.55 


2 


4 


Yel'sh: wh. 


5509 


S1458 


W X". 624 


10 32 45 


32 20 


215.4 


17-74 


8.0... 8.2 


1830.62 


2 


3 iVhite 



110 



Within 121" of the North Pole 



10" 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


5510 


H488 


W X''. 629 


jgh 32"" 50' 


29°23' 


30° ± 


25" ± 


8 .. 


.11 


1820 + 


H 




(See p. 1073) 


55" 


H3328 




32 57 


60 14 


172.4 


7± 


lO-II. 


. .11 


183I + 


H 






5512 


A 66 


SD(S°)3II4 


33 6 


- 5 15 


133-6 


0.67 


8.6.. 


. 9.0 


1900.35 


A 


3 


(^.iV.3668) 


5513 


Hn 108 


SD (16°) 3103 


33 18 


-16 57 


21.5 


1.04 


8.7.. 


- 9-7 


1888.61 


Com 3 1 




5514 


S 1459 


DM (39°) 2370 


33 18 


39 2 


153-1 


S-23 


8.0.. 


. 8.5 


1829.95 


2 


3 


Yel.: wh. 


5515 


02:224 


P X". 128 


33 25 


9 28 


13-7 


0.35 


7.2.. 


. 9.Z 


1843.22 


Ma 


2 




5516 


Z 1460 


Ursae Majoris 172 


33 35 


42 47 


168.7 


3-31 


8.1. . 


. 8.1 


1830.07 


2 


4 


Whitt 


5517 


Perrotin 


■w X"". 656 


33 35 


19 52 


248. 5 


0.73 


7-5.- 


- 9-7 


1884.27 


Per 


3 


AandB ) aC = 
ABandC) 02=25 












350.7 


6.55 


7.5.. 


. 9.8 


1851.14 


OS 


6 


5518 


H2S4I 




33 40 


57 50 


90.0 


8± 


12 = 


= 12 


1830 + 


H 






5519 


OS 226 rej. 


L 20595 


33 47 


42 9 


58.4 


17.89 


7 •- 


.11.8 


1878.15 


? 


I 




5520 


Hiee 


DM (l2°) 2241 


33 S3 


12 39 


277.3 


3± 


II . . 


.12 


1830+ 


H 




A and B J 
A and C 5 












60 ± 


20 ± 




.12 


1830 + 


H 




5521 


H167 


DM (12") 2242 


34 17 


12 42 


3i5± 


30 ± 


9 •• 


•13 


1820 + 


H 




White: Hue. 

8.0 in DM 


5522 


H4339 


L 20627 


34 37 


-12 S3 


61.3 


30 ± 


7 ■- 




1834 + 


H 




A and BC ) 
BandC ) 












89-3 


3± 


13 = 


= 13 


1834+ 


H 




5523 


S 1461 


DM (47°) 1799 


34 SI 


47 17 


137-7 


8.90 


8.2., 


■ 9-7 


1831.32 


2 


2 


8.2 white 


5524 


Hdi28 


w x". 598 


35 


— 12 28 


257-3 


403 


8.2.. 


. 90 


1869.74 


Hd 


2 




5525 


2 1464 


DM (0°) 2693 


35 2 


22 


302.3 


5-39 


7.9.. 


.10.6 


1831.64 


2 


5 


7.9 yel'sk 


5526 


A 557 


A. G. Caml). 5458 


35 6 


28 6 


129.6 


4-45 


9.0.. 


.14.0 


1903-34 


A 


3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


5527 


OS 227 


L 20642 


35 22 


II 22 


326.5 


0.53 


7-S-- 


. 8.5 


1845.64 


OS 


3 


7.6 yel. 


5528 


S 1462 


DM (51°) 1621 


35 36 


51 26 


176.2 


8.63 


7.8.. 


. 9-7 


1831.64 


S 


3 


7.8 very wh. 


5529 


S 1463 


DM (47°) 1803 


35 46 


47 19 


258.3 


7-49 


8.5. . 


- 9-0 


1831.99 


2 


3 


8.5 yePsh 


5530 


H3329 




35 46 


77 27 


43-6 


I2± 


9-10. . 


.11 


1831 + 


H 






5531 


S 611 


SD (13°) 3193 


35 S3 


-14 5 


193.8 


59-33 


10 . . 


.11 


1825.18 


S 


2 




5532 


H4342 




36 2 


-30 7 


52-5 


i8± 


9 •• 


•13 


1834-3 


H 






5533 


S 1465 


DM (45°) 1855 


36 10 


45 15 


14.4 


2.24 


8.5. 


. 8.8 


1829.32 


2 


3 


Yel'sh wh. 


5534 


Hn II 


.... 


36 15 


- 2 15 


86.8 


3-75 


8.7. 


. 9-5 


1881.33 


/3 


I 




5535 


P913 


40 Leonis Minoris 


36 26 


26 57 


122.8 


10.92 


6.0. 


.13.0 


1880.30 


/s 


5 




5536 


A 67 


SD (5°) 3126 


36 28 


- S 54 


209.6 


1-95 


8.8. 


.10.8 


1900.35 


A 


3 


{A. N. 3668) 


5537 




p xi-. 13s. 137 


36 29 


46 50 


87-7 


288.09 


S.z. 


• 7-2 


1874.66 


J 


2 




5538 


H489 




37 


25 33 


300 ± 


30± 


• 




1820 + 


H 




*'Close to a bright 

neb. I, 8j" 


5539 


S1466 


35 Sextantis 


37 7 


5 23 


240.6 


6.72 


6.1. 


• 7-2 


1832.82 


S 


4 


Yel.: Hue 


5540 


Hd 109 


0. Arg. S. 10830 


37 21 


—20 24 


141. 8 


1.86 


10.3. 


.10.4 


1888.91 


Com 3 




5541 


H2543 


DM (33°) 2021 


37 23 


33 7 


31.0 


1% 


10 . 


.11 


1830 + 


H 






5542 


H3330 




37 26 


62 42 


92.4 


2± 


12 . 


.12-13 


1831 + 


H 






5543 


H2S42 


DM (74°) 443 


37 30 


74 3 


234 ± 


iS± 


9 • 


.10 


1830+ 


H 






5544 


S 1468 


w t^. 747 


38 II 


21 20 


334-6 


3-75 


8.7. 


. 8.7 


1831.27 


S 


4 


Very wh. 


5545 


S 1467 


DM (45°) i860 


38 13 


45 36 


295-3 


4.21 


8.0. 


.10.7 


1831.34 


2 


3 


Z.oyeVsh 


5546 


Ho 532 


DM (39°) 2376 


38 25 


39 7 


326.0 


1. 18 


8 . 


.12 


1896.34 


Ho 


2 


(^.iV.3557) 


5547 


H5482 




38 47 


76 29 


43-0 


S± 


10 . 


.11 


1828.7 


H 






5548 


S612 


42 Leonis Minoris 


39 I 


31 19 


172.6 


200.30 


6 . 


. 8 


1825.20 


S 


2 




5549 


H836 


.... 


39 5 


28 40 


20 ± 


iK 


16 . 


-17 


1820+ 


H 






5550 


S1455 




39 II: 


86 24: 


244.5 


33-51 


8.7. 




1833.57 


2 


3 


A and BC ) 
B and C ) 












353-6 


1.82 


10.2. 


.10.5 


1833-57 


2 


3 


5551 


S 1469 


DM (66°) 682 


39 42 


66 6 


322. 5 


10.84 


7-0. 


. .10.0 


1831.50 


2 


2 


7.0 white 


5552 


P914 


L 20750 


39 46 


— 10 14 


338.6 


1.30 


6.8. 


..II. 4 


1880.27 


/3 


2 




5553 


H2544 


DM (51°) 1624 


39 56 


SI 16 


81.7 


25 ± 


9 • 


.-IS 


1830 + 


H 






5554 


H490 




39 56 


27 45 


275 ± 


7± 


10 . 


-.13 


1820 + 


H 






5555 


Hn no 


0. Arg. S. 10860 


40 I 


-19 5 


274.6 


2.05 


9-2. 


..10.2 


1888.30 


Com 2 




5556 


S 1470 


L 20756 


40 9 


- S 8 


6.2 


1-38 


8.2. 


.. 8.5 


1833.01 


S 


4 




5557 


S1472 


DM (13°) 2304 


40 39 


13 40 


39-6 


33-74 


7.8. 


.. 8.5 


1828.5s 


S 


4 


Yel'sh: wh. 


5558 


OS 228 


L 20764 


40 46 


23 12 


196. 1 


0.49 


7.2. 


.. 8.1 


1851.71 


02 


5 




5559 


H4365 


0. Arg. S. 10872 


40 48 


-27 32 


99± 


I0± 


9>^- 


..IS 


1834-3 


H 






5560 


02 229 


L 20767 


41 8 


41 46 


347-0 


0.68 


6.7. 


.. 7-1 


1846.5s 


OS 


5 




5561 


H837 


DM (8°) 2414 


10 41 33 


8 II 


340 ± 


i5± 


8-9. 


. .10 


1820+ 1 H 







Ill 



IQi' 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 





Numbei 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Ded. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 




5562 


S1473 


PX". 159 


io''4i'" 


43' 


-14-59' 


I0?0 


30 .'66 


8.0 


.. 8.9 


1832.02 


s 


4 


White 




5563 


S1474 


L 20799 


41 


43 


-14 38 


22.2 


71.67 


6-9 


.. 8.0 


1831.67 


s 


5 


A and B ) 

X Verywh. 
B and C ) ' 
















196. 1 


6.38 




-■ 7-7 


1831.67 


s 


5 




5564 


H2545 


DM (56°) 1474 


42 


I 


55 55 


116. 3 


15± 


8-9 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 








556s 


P595 


SD (14°) 3190 


42 


9 


— 14 20 


14.6 


2.32 


9-0 


. .11.0 


1878.21 


/3 


I 






S566 


S615 


w x". 731 


42 


18 


-14 I 


358.7 


86.08 


10 


. .11 


1825.18 


S 


2 






5567 


S 1475 r'i- 


DM {42°) 2148 


42 


32 


42 I 


202.4 


23.50 


8 


..ii.S 


1904.02 


? 


2 






5568 


H4372 




42 


38 


-28 7 


331.8 


7± 


II 


= II 


1834-3 


H 








5569 


S1471 


DM (80°) 337 


43 





80 26 


3-S 


2.07 


9-0 


.. 9-1 


1833-79 


S 


4 


White 




5570 


P596 


Leonis 222 


43 


2 


17 47 


277-3 


2-38 


6-5 


.-13-0 


1878.26 


/3 


2 






5571 


Ho 374 


W X"". 847 


43 


8 


23 28 


272.0 


2.75 


8-4 


. .12.0 


1891.56 


Ho 


3 






5572 


S1476 


W x"". 752 


43 


12 


- 3 23 


353-7 


1.89 


7-2 


.. 8.0 


1832.61 


S 


3 


White 




5573 


P915 


DM (25°) 2303 


43 


13 


24 55 


232.9 


1. 18 


9-0 


.. 9-2 


1880.37 


/3 


2 






5574 


S1477 


w x*". 750 


43 


17 


13 34 


275-5 


17.58 


8-3 


.. 8.8 


1828.89 


S 


3 


Yel'shwh.: wh. 




5575 


H838 


41 Sextantis 


44 


17 


- 8 16 


30S± 


20 ± 


6 


..17-18 


1820 + 


H 








5576 


2 1478 


DM (25°) 2306 


44 


33 


25 5 


347-3 


8.76 


8.5 


. .11.0 


1829.20 


S 


2 






5577 


Hieg 


.... 


44 


Si: 


- 3 32: 


70 ± 


2± 


13 


-.14 


1820 + 


H 




A and B ) 
AandC 5 
















305 ± 


25 ± 




• -15 


1820 + 


H 






5578 


H2546 


.... 


44 


59 


48 42 


53-8 


4± 


lO-Il 


. .11-12 


1830 + 


H 








5579 


P III 


SD(8°)3023 


45 


II 


- 8 28 


3-3 


3-32 


9-9 


--10.3 


1875-21 


A 


3 






5580 


Ho 375 


L 20906 


45 


25 


-20 S3 


174-1 


12.30 


7.5 


. .12.0 


1890.36 


Ho 


2 


(^. N. 3233) 




5581 




L 20918 


45 


47 


-20 37 


186.0 


46.01 


6 


. .11 


1903.82 


^ 


2 






5582 


/I 14 


Mul. 5904 


45 


SI 


- 633 


193-0 


5.92 


8.0 


. .11.2 


1864.82 


J 


5 


AandB) AC = 
AandC 5 21481 
















344-1 


29.88 


8.0 


.. 8.8 


1829.94 


S 


3 




5583 


2 1482 


px\ 179 


45 


55 


8 6 


305-3 


11.70 


8.0 


.. 8.9 


1831-97 


S 


4 


White 




5584 


Ho 376 


DM (23°) 2271 


46 


II 


23 SO 


215.2 


2.17 


8.8 


. .10.0 


1890.36 


Ho 


2 






5585 


HU567 


DM (22°) 2285 


46 


26 


22 47 


189.0 


0.65 


9-3 


. .10.0 


1902.40 


Hu 


2 


i£ul.L.O,No.2,) 




5586 


Hu4eo 


SD (17°) 3252 


46 


39 


-18 


84-9 


0-39 


8-5 


-- 9-5 


1902.32 


Hu 


2 


(Bui L. 0. No. »i) 




5587 


H2547 


DM (14°) 2312 


47 


6 


14 4 


69.4 


25± 


9-10 


. .10 


1830 -f 


H 








5588 


Weisse 25 


W X''. 833 


47 


8 


12 12 







9 









. 






5589 


H 1 180 





47 


12 


4 30 


35 ± 


I2± 


II 


. .12 


1828 + 


H 








5590 


S617 


L 20956 


47 


19 


- I 37 


177-8 


35-22 


6 


. .10 


1824.22 


S 


2 






5591 


A 132 


L 20958 


47 


20 


-10 7 


200.8 


4-23 


8.S 


-- 9-3 


1901.26 


A 


2 






5592 


S1483 


DM (48°) 1898 


47 


30 


48 8 


67.2 


330 


8.7 


.. 8.7 


1832.30 


S 


3 


White 




5593 


.... 


^3 Hydrae 


47 


37 


-19 29 


2I0± 


135 ± 


5 




1873-29 


/3 




A and B ) 
B and C ) 
















130 ± 


5± 


9-0 


. .10.0 


1873-29 


/3 






5594 


Mas 





47 


38 


- I 29 


15-4 


0.4 


7 




1843.29 


Ma 


I 






5595 


21484 


DM (46°) 1673 


47 


40 


46 6 


338. 5 


11-95 


8-7 


. .12.0 


1832.32 


S 


2 






5596 


2 1485 rej. 


DM (44°) 2028 


47 


44 


44 13 


.... 


CI. IV 


8 


. . .11 





S 




From Cat. Noti. 

(See p. 1073) 




5597 


2 i486 


DM (52°) 1522 


47 


52 


52 46 


102.8 


28.32 


7-5 


.. 8.8 


1831.38 


S 


3 


7-5 yel. 




5598 


Hus68 


DM (21°) 2260 


48 





21 22 


32-4 


0-35 


9-3 


.. 9-8 


1902.40 


Hu 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 




5599 


02230 


L 20971 


48 


5 


21 25 


4-7 


8.65 


7-7 


. .11.2 


1846.95 


OS 


3 






5600 


P597 


DM (24°) 2285 


48 


20 


24 24 


46.9 


0.88 


8-5 


. .11 .0 


1878.22 


|3 


2 






5601 


H2548 


.... 


48 


40 


70 41 


22.5 


i5± 


lO-I 


-14 


1830 + 


H 




A andB 
AandC 
















208.0 


i8± 




.-14 


1830 + 


H 






5602 


2 1480 rej 




48 


41: 


82 51: 




CI. IV 


8-9 


. .10 




S 




Probably DM (82<>) 

3=1 
Greenish wh.: blue 




5603 


2 1487 


54 Leonis 


49 


7 


2S 23 


102.8 


6.17 


5-0 


.. 7.0 


1830.35 


S 


4 




5604 


0. Stone 20 


0. Arg. S. 10977 


49 


29 


—26 26 


207.2 


3-81 


9-0 


-- 9-5 


1885.68 


w 


2 






5605 


P1076 


55 Leonis 


49 


32 


I 23 


49-7 


0-99 


5-8 


--10. 3 


1889.28 


iS 


3 






5606 


Hn III 




49 


38 


-17 40 


69.0 


5-10 


8.8 


..II.O 


1888.76 


Com 2 


Yel.: blue 




5607 


2 1488 rej. 


DM (52°) 1526 


49 


39 


52 49 


.... 


CI. IV 


8 


. .11 




S 








5608 


2 1479 


Redhill 1619 


49 


58 


83 52 


22.0 


4.60 


8.0 


.. 9-0 


1833-14 


s 


4 


VePsh.- wh.: 




5609 


H491 


DM (28°) 1953 


50 


I 


28 33 


130 ± 


iS± 


9 


..10 


1820 + 


H 




ashy wh. 




5610 


5V. 62 


57 Leonis 


SO 


I 


I 4 


.... 


33-27 






1783-09 


Jfl 


I 






5611 


HU726 


DM (35°) 2195 


SO 


2 


35 22 







9-1 




1902. 


Hu 








5612 


H2549 


DM (53°) 1448 


10 50 


5 


53 33 


139-0 


iS± 


9-ic 


. . .11 


1830 + 


H 







112 



Within I2t of the North Pole 



lOii 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Ded. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


5613 


2 1489 rej. 




lO* 50"" 14= 


l8°I7' 




.... 


8. . .9.. .10 


.... 


s 




5614 


S 1490 rej. 


.... 


50 14: 


18 16: 





CI. IV 


8 ...10 


.... 


s 




5615 


S618 


SD (20°) 3299 


SO 17 


-20 28 


215-7 


79-10 


10 ...10)4 


1825.23 


S 2 




5616 


A 68 


SD (2°) 3254 


50 46 


- 2 18 


94.0 


0.39 


8.8... 9.0 


1900.34 


A 2 


{A. N. 3668) 


5617 


S 1492 rej. 


DM (31°) 2207 


SI I 


31 18 


166.9 


20± 


8-9... 13 


1830 + 


H 


From H (v) 


5618 


S 1493 rej. 


DM (0°) 2720 


SI 13 


28 





CI. IV 


7-8. ..II 


.... 


2 


From Cat. Nov, 


5619 


H4384 


.... 


SI 13 


-26 16 


45 ± 


8± 


II = II 


1834 + 


H 




5620 


S1491 


DM (62°) I156 


SI 18 


62 21 


31.8 


14.08 


8.0. ..II. 2 


1832.67 


2 4 


i.ayel. 


5621 


H2551 





51 22 


13 52 





30 ± 


10 ...II 


1830+ 


H 


"Taken by mistake 
for 2 1496" 


5622 


Hu 637 


SD (17°) 326s 


SI 38 


-17 40 


66.3 


5.20 


8.0. ..II.O 


1901.OI 


Hu 3 


5623 


Si494 


DM (37°) 2139 


SI 45 


37 40 


329.9 


10.06 


8.3. . .10.0 


1829.32 


S 3 


8.3 wh. 


5624 


Z 1496 


DM (14°) 2324 


SI S9 


13 55 


352.8 


18.96 


8.0. ..lo.o 


1828.53 


S 3 


8.0 tvh. 


5625 


S 1497 rej. 


DM (9°) 2434 


52 22 


9 46 


.... 


CI. Ill 


9 ... 9 





2 




5626 


H2550 




52 28 


74 18 


77-5 


6± 


10 ...II 


1830 + 


H 




5627 


S149S 


DM (59°) 1338 


52 28 


59 33 


38.2 


34-49 


6.0... 8.3 


1833.07 


S 3 


Yerih: ■wh. 


5628 


H4389 


0. Arg. S. 11018 


52 33 


-30 55 


336.7 


8± 


9 ... 10 


1834.3 


H 




5629 


A. 6. 17s 


DM (23°) 2228 


S3 22 


23 35 




.... 


8.6... 


1902.27 







5630 


A 133 


SD (6°) 3278 


S3 25 


— 6 42 


20.9 


0.29 


9.1... 9.1 


1901.29 


A 3 




5631 


Ho 46 


.... 


53 40 


36 45 


97.2 


2.01 


10 ...10 


1885.33 


Ho 2 




5632 


2 1498 rej. 


DM (67°) 677 


S3 49 


67 6 


289.4 


28 ± 


8 ...II 


1831 + 


H 


From H (vi) 


5633 


S 1500 


SD (2°) 3264 


S3 S5 


— 2 So 


330.9 


1.06 


7.6... 8.2 


1825.22 


2 2 


YtFsh 


5634 


A 134 


SD(6°)3282 


54 


— 6 19 


147.6 


1.53 


9.7. ■• 9-8 


1901.29 


A 3 




5635 


O.Stone 21 


0. Arg. S. 1 1040 


54 18 


-25 24 


155-3 


6.01 


10. 0.. .10.0 


1877.09 


Cin I 




5636 


Hu 128 


SD (11°) 2993 


54 18 


-11 6 


46.1 


I. II 


8.5. ..II. 2 


1900.30 


Hu 3 


(A. J. 485) 


5637 


A. G. 173 


A. G. Alb. 4181 


54 22 


3 37 


126.5 


1.69 


9.1... 9-3 


1902.66 


M 3 




5638 


H2552 


DM (52°) IS33 


54 25 


52 so 


144.4 


i8± 


9-10. . .14 


1830 + 


H 




5639 


P598 


59 Leonis 


S4 32 


6 45 


220.9 


46.76 


5.5-.-I3 


1878.24 


/3 I 




5640 


H1181 


0. Arg. S. 1 1046 


54 40 


-17 41 


270± 


75 ± 


8 ... 9 


1828 + 


H 




5641 


Weisse 26 


•w X"". 1070 


54 48 


21 44 




i5± 


8 ... 9 








5642 


H1182 


w x". 96S 


54 55 


42 


i3o± 


22 ± 


8 ...13-14 


1828 + 


H 




5643 


H492 


.... 


55 12 


18 so 




3± 


10 ...II 


1820 + 


H 




5644 


2 1502 


DM (15°) 2277 


ss 42 


IS 16 


284. 5 


12.44 


8.5... 9.3 


1828.53 


2 3 


8,5 yePsh 


5645 


2 1501 


DM (31°) 2222 


55 44 


31 28 


186.0 


1.96 


9-0... 9.3 


1831.27 


S 5 




5646 


21503 


DM (10°) 2234 


55 55 


10 33 


269.4 


11.29 


8.5... 9.7 


1828.20 


2 2 




5647 


H172 


DM (10°) 223s 


55 55 


10 23 


273 ± 


I0± 


10 = 10 


1820 + 


H 




5648 


H2553 


DM (8°) 2448 


55 56 


8 5 





.... 


.... 


1830 + 


H 




5649 


H493 




56 4 


33 32 


330 ± 


i5± 


10 ...11 


1820 + 


H 


"Point to iiVim. 

star 40' dist." 


5650 


¥1-77 


L21178 


56 12: 


-15 8: 


7.6 


01. 1 




1783.18 


W I 




5651 


Ho 47 


L2I171 


56 18 


36 19 


286.4 


120.05 


7 ... 


1883.37 


Ho I 


A and BC ) 
BandC \ 












140.3 


0.62 


9.0. . . 9.0 


1884.36 


Ho 2 


5652 


P 1077 


u Ursae Majoris 


56 19 


62 24 


326.1 


0.91 


2.0. . .11.1 


1889.19 


P 4 




5653 


H173 


W X"". 991 


56 31 


- 2 S3 


I7S± 


30 ± 


7 ... 20 


1820 + 


H 




5654 


H2555 


. > • • 


56 37 


39 13 


41.4 


9± 


lo-ii. . .11 


1830 + 


H 




5655 


H2554 


DM (45°) 1887 


56 54 


44 58 


269.5 


.... 


7-8... 9-10 


1830 + 


H 


"Dif.R.A. = 6s.o" 


5656 


Howe 25 


0. Arg. S. 1 1086 


57 28 


—26 52 


330.8 


2.52 


8.0... 9.0 


1877.12 


Cin 2 




5657 


Ho 48 


■wrx". 1 130 


57 31 


23 48 


6.7 


1.66 


8.0. ..II. 2 


1882.74 


Ho 3 




5658 


Ho 49 


0. Arg. H. 1 1384 


57 36 


57 38 


357.1 


7.20 


8.0. . .11.2 


1883.86 


Ho 2 




5659 


21504 


P X*". 229 


57 48 


4 17 


275.7 


1.07 


7.5... 7-6 


1829.13 


S 5 


IVhite 


5660 


Ho 377 


51 Ursae Majoris 


57 51 


38 S3 


249.5 


8.42 


6.0. . .12.5 


1891.31 


Ho 2 




5661 


2 1499 


Reahill 1643 


57 59 


83 45 


313.5 


7.14 


8.5..- 9.3 


1830.03 


S 3 


White 


5662 


21505 


DM (63°) 940 


58 15 


63 16 


313.8 


8.12 


8.0... 9-7 


1831.96 


2 2 


Z.o yePsh 


5663 


H174 


w x". 1025 


58 15 


13 19 


20 ± 


35 ± 


6 ... 9 


1820 + 


H 


In DM 6.5 m. 


5664 


Ho 378 


L 21224 


58 18 


39 4 


219. 1 


0.40 


8.0... 8.2 


1891.32 


Ho 2 




5665 




X Leonis 


58 30 


7 59 


303.3 


287.66 


5.0. . 9-0 


1882.33 


02 I 




5666 


21506 


wx"". 1033 


58 38 


- 3 34 


211. 9 


10.37 


8.0. ..10.8 


1829.88 


S 3 


8.0 yel. 


5667 


HU638 


DM (51°) 1648 


10 S8 S3 


51 28 


328.3 


1.96 


8.5. ..10.8 


1903.00 


Hu 3 





119 



lOlv—llb 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 


880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


5668 


Hi 184 




10'' 59"" 8=^ 


46-38' 


30° ± 


S"± 


10 ...15 


1828 + 


H 




A and B ) 
A and C ) 














IIO± 


i5± 


.. .12 


1828 + 


H 




5669 


H1183 


DM (76°) 412 


59 


9 


76 35 


165.0 


i6± 


8 ...13 


1828 + 


H 






5670 


A 69 


SD (S°) 3197 


59 


23 


- 5 47 


88.8 


1.05 


8.6... 9.4 


1900.34 


A 


3 


(^. AT. 3668) 


5671 


S1507 


p x\ 239 


59 


54 


7 41 


164.8 


8.03 


8.2. ..10.3 


1833.28 


2 


3 


8.2 yeVsh 


5672 


2 1509 


SD (12°) 3346 


II 


31 


— 12 46 


15.1 


32-95 


7.2... 9.0 


1828.70 


S 


2 


7.2 yd. 


S673 


H2556 







33i 


57 51 





3± 


II ...12 


1830 + 


H 




"R. A. possibly a good 


5674 


2 1508 rej. 







43 


69 4 


239.8 


3± 


II = II 


1830+ 


H 




deal wrong *' 


5675 


H118S 







47 


29 10 


30 ± 







1828 + 


H 






5676 


P599 


65 Leonis 





47 


2 36 


82.4 


1.78 


S-5---II-S 


1878.20 


/3 


4 




5677 


H2557 


DM (44°) 20SS 





52 


44 8 


209.8 


i8± 


9-10.. 9-10+ 


1830 + 


H 






5678 


2 1511 


DM (11°) 2311 





55 


II 34 


286.0 


7.64 


8.5... 8.8 


1829.88 


S 


3 


White 


5679 


2 1510 


Ursae Majoris 218 


I 


2 


S3 28 


341-9 


3-90 


7.1... 8.4 


1832. II 


S 


4 


Wh.: ash 


5680 


H2558 


W X"". 1203 


I 


17 


21 48 


270.0 


I2± 


7-8... 15 


1830 + 


H 






5681 


S1S12 


0. Arg. N. 1 1 450 


I 


52 


63 9 


50.6 


9.41 


8.0... 8.5 


1831.96 


S 


2 


White 


5682 


H2559 




I 


53 


43 9 


268.5 


5± 


II = II 


1830 + 


H 






5683 


H839 


W" -x^. 1096 


2 


I 


7 14 


105 ± 


I0± 


7-8... 10 


1820 + 


H 






5684 


5V.68 


DM (3°) 2463 


2 


17 


3 52 




54.62 





1783-16 


■^ 


I 




S685 


H 4410 


0. Ar£. S. 1 1 162 


2 


19 


-IS 19 


205.3 


i5± 


7 ---15 


1836.4 


H 






5686 


5 IV. 106 


DM (64°) 834 


2 


25 


63 58 


134-5 


18.92 




1783-34 


«I 


I 




5687 


HI76 




2 


54: 


II 44: 


30 ± 


10-12 


10 ...12 


1820 + 


H 






5688 


H2560 


DM(56'>) 1504 


3 


II 


56 21 


126.0 


2S± 


9 ■■•13 


1830 + 


H 






5689 


HI77 


SD (2°) 3297 


3 


21 


— 2 46 


II0± 


2± 


.... 


1820 + 


H 






5690 


H256I 


DM (39°) 2426 


3 


41 


39 18 


223.0 


I6± 


9 ...12-13 


1830 + 


H 






5691 


S62I 


Had". 2628 


3 


57 


66 40 


25-5 


43-43 


9 •-• 9K 


1825.14 


S 


2 


A and B ) 
AandC 5 














296.6 


203.20 


... 8 


1825.18 


S 


2 


5692 


2 1514 


DM (66°) 706 


4 


7 


66 46 


334-9 


1. 15 


8.4. . .10.0 


1832.92 


s 


4 




5693 


H44I2 


0. Arg. S. 11200 


4 


II 


-28 57 


269.0 


I2± 


9>^.-- 9K 


1834-3 


H 






5694 


H2562 


DM (31°) 2238 


4 


12 


31 49 


347-2 


iVz 


9-10. .12 


1830 + 


H 






5695 


02 231 rej. 


1,21368 


4 


30 


31 6 


264.7 


36.63 


7.7--- 8.7 


1844.31 


OS 


I 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 














341-7 


152.98 


... 8.0 


1881.85 


OS 


2 


5696 


23067 


SD (5°) 3223 


4 


53 


-5 4° 


234-4 


21.16 


8.5... 9.2 


1830.24 


s 


3 




5697 


23068 


SD (8°) 3099 


5 


21 


— 8 42 


314-3 


19.72 


9.2. . . 9.2 


1831.23 


s 


3 




5698 


H3331 




5 


24 


61 16 


331-0 


2± 


13 = 13 


183I + 


H 






5699 


02 (App) 108 


VP xi\ 73 


6 


2 


36 28 


71.7 


128.37 


6.2.. . 7.0 


1876.56 


J 


3 




5700 


H494 


DM (40°) 2407 


6 


26 


40 50 


325 ± 


20 ± 


9 ... 9+ 


1820 + 


H 






5701 


H2563 




6 


30 


58 


43-0 


3± 


13 ---14 


1830 + 


H 






5702 


P 220 


Crateris 22 


6 


33 


-17 51 


143.6 


0.58 


6.4... 7.0 


1875.27 


J 


2 




5703 


KU36 


DM (38°) 2216 


6 


40 


38 50 


137-I 


8.85 


9.8... 9.8 


1901.38 


Ku 


2 


Kustner(382x) 


5704 


Ho 254 


DM (34°) 2206 


6 


49 


34 6 


164.7 


2.31 


6.5. ..12.5 


1887.33 


Ho 


2 




5705 


Ho 50 


"W XI*". 94 


7 


2 


41 44 


31.2 


3-10 


7.0. . .10.0 


1882.35 


Ho 


2 




5706 


2 1516 


DM (74°) 456 


7 


16 


74 7 


298.7 


9-93 


7.0... 7-5 


1831.55 


S 


2 


A and B ) (aC= 
AandCS 02 539) 














294.1 


8.19 


...10.2 


1858.87 


OS 


3 


5707 


21517 


PXI''. 9 


7 


24 


20 47 


287.8 


1.05 


7-3--- 7-3 


1829.70 


S 


5 


YeVsh 


5708 


Arg. 24 


0. Arg. S. I1241 


7 


36 


-IS 19 


350.9 


17-92 


9.0... 9.2 


1883.56 


w 


3 




5709 


P 1282 


S Leonis 


7 


43 


21 II 


204.3 


0.36 


9 •-• 9-3 


1899-44 


A 


3 


B and C ) 
A and BC ) 














344. S 


187.32 


3 ■-• 


1899.13 


/3 


I 


5710 


P9i6 


Crateris 31 


8 


4 


-14 47 


357-7 


0.64 


7.0... 8.2 


1888.45 


Lv 


3 




571I 


P1283 


DM(l6°)223S 


8 


7 


16 10 


240.5 


0-35 


9.2. . .10.0 


1904.27 


A 


I 




5712 


H178 




8 


17: 


- I 45: 


iS± 


I0± 


II ...13 


1820 + 


H 




"A 9 m. star/'* 


5713 


2 1518 rej. 


DM (6°) 2421 


8 


18 


5 55 




CI. I 


10 ...10 










5714 


02232 


L 21483 


8 


28 


38 14 


238.1 


0.72 


7.0... 7-8 


1849.93 


OS 


5 




5715 


21519 


DM (60°) 1316 


8 


31 


60 26 


290.8 


1.30 


8.2... 9.2 


1832.76 


S 


3 


YeVsh 


5716 


H4418 


Cord. DM (29°) 8937 


8 


35 


-29 IS 


259.4 


S± 


10 = 10 


1834-3 


H 






5717 


A 135 


SD(9°)3243 


8 


35 


- 9 15 


156.4 


4.19 


8.5. ..12 


1901.29 


A 


2 




5718 


H5483 


DM (11°) 2338 


II 8 


38 


10 54 


235 ± 


i5± 


10 ...13 


1823 + 


H 







114 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



ll* 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


5719 


Hu 639 


DM (48°) 1925 


Ilh gm 


43' 


48° 8' 


274?2 


0*32 


7.5.. 


• 7-5 


1902.99 


Hu 


2 




5720 


2 1521 


DM (28°) 1979 


8 


SS 


28 14 


95.2 


3.66 


7.2.. 


• 7-S 


1829.32 


S 


3 


Very wh. 


5721 


OS (App) 109 


0. Arg. K. II60I 


9 


I 


46 31 


257.6 


78.94 


7.4.. 


. 8.0 


1877.04 


A 


4 




5722 


S 1520 


Ursae MajorU 234 


9 


9 


S3 25 


345-3 


12.99 


6.5.. 


. 7-8 


1831.71 


S 


3 


Wh.: Uuixh 


5723 


HU461 


SD(l6°)32lS 


9 


20 


— 16 50 


64.4 


1.60 


8.5. . 


• 9-5 


1902.32 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L No. 2r) 


5724 


Sh372 


0. Arg. S. 1 1263 


9 


42 


-15 42 


306 ± 


20 ± 


7 .. 


• 9 


.... 


Sh 






5725 


S 1522 


DM (2°) 2408 


9 


S7 


2 14 


183. 1 


2.28 


8.7.. 


.11.7 


1830.04 


S 


4 




5726 


A 558 


A. G. Camb. 5691 


10 





28 5 


338.8 


2.87 


8.7.. 


-14-S 


1903-33 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


5727 


H2564 




10 


3 


42 55 


128.7 


20± 


9 .. 


.10 


1830+ 


H 






5728 


H2565 


DM (8°) 2482 


10 


16 


8 16 


8.9 


I0± 


10 . . 


.11 


1830 + 


H 






5729 


Sh 121 


Leonis 


10 


34 


- 3 


286.9 


106.25 


5 .. 


. 8^ 


1821.23 


Sh 


I 




S730 


As 


L 2153s 


10 


43 


- 4 30 


339.4 


0.67 


8.6.. 


. 9.0 


1899.34 


A 


3 


(A. N. 3635) 


5731 


H4422 


Cord. DM (29°) 8968 


10 


51 


-29 27 


351.5 


7± 


9^.. 


.11 


1835.2 


H 




''Double" in Cord. 


5732 


peoo 


Cratiris 36 


10 


53 


— 6 29 


226.4 


1. 25 


6.5.. 


.12.0 


1878.15 


? 


I 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 














97.6 


67.06 




. 8 


1823.31 


Sh 


I 


5733 


OS 233 


Rad'. 2657 


II 


26 


67 20 


334-7 


4.98 


6.9.. 


. 9.8 


1849.87 


OS 


4 




5734 


S1523 


1 Ursae Majoris 


II 


48 


32 13 


238.7 


1.75 


4.0.. 


- 4-9 


1826.20 


s 


3 




5735 


S1524 


V Ursae Majoris 


12 





33 45 


146.5 


7.09 


3-7-- 


.10.1 


1830.69 


s 


5 


3.7 very yel. 


5736 


Wn3 


DM (52°) 1554 


12 


10 


51 58 


210.3 


6.79 


8.2.. 


• 9.5 


1880.37 


p 


1 




5737 


Hu 129 


SD (12°) 3393 


12 


IS 


-12 44 


350.2 


0.66 


9.0. 


.10.8 


1900.31 


Hu 


2 


M-./.48S) 


5738 


S 1526 


DM (3°) 2482 


12 


29 


3 29 


180.4 


30.40 


8.8. 


. 9.0 


1828.95 


S 


3 




5739 


S1527 


Leonis 339 


12 


43 


14 56 


10. 1 


3-88 


6.9. 


. 8.1 


1829.30 


S 


4 


Very wh.: bluish 


5740 


S152S 


DM (48°) 1932 


12 


47 


48 8 


177.7 


^-31 


9.0. 


. 9.0 


1832.04 


2 


3 


White 


5741 


H179 





12 


Si: 


12 9: 


3iS± 


6± 


12 . 


.13 


1820+ 


H 






5742 


Hu 130 


SD (10°) 3239 


12 


52 


-II 7 


134-4 


1. 19 


8.2. 


. 8.4 


1900.25 


Hu 


3 


{A. J. 485) 


5743 


H495 


.... 


12 


54 


35 46 


I40± 


20 ± 


II . 


.11 + 


1820 + 


H 






5744 


S1529 


L 21586 


13 


17 


- 59 


250.9 


9-32 


7.0. 


. 8.0 


1833.26 


Z 


3 


YePsh wh.: ash 


5745 


A 136 


1,21587 


J3 


17 


- 6 55 


291.7 


1.27 


8.3. 


.11.0 


1901.25 


A 


3 




5746 


S 1528 rej. 


I, 21585 


13 


22 


10 36 


225 ± 


20 ± 


8.7. 


.11 


1823 + 


H 




From H (VII) 


5747 


P791 


w xi''. 197 


13 


26 


7 32 


199.9 


2.06 


8.3. 


.10.3 


1881.32 


/3 


3 




5748 


S1530 


W XI''. 203 


13 


40 


- 6 15 


314.6 


7-65 


7.8. 


. 8.2 


1830.23 


S 


3 


White 


5749 


H2se6 


DM (6°) 2436 


14 


19 


6 10 


160.3 


I0± 


9 • 


-15 


1830 + 


H 




(See p. 1073) 


5750 


S1531 


DM (23°) 2336 


14 


23 


23 32 


166.6 


23.12 


8.5. 


- 9.5 


1829.24 


S 


2 


Z.s yePsh 


5751 


H4g6 


DM (37°) 2174 


IS 


5 


37 26 


325 ± 


20± 


9 • 


.10 


1820 + 


H 




(See p. 1073) 


5752 


Hi 186 


.... 


IS 


9 


77 5 


285.3 


9± 


12 . 


• IS 


1828 + 


H 






5753 


H2569 


. •• • 


IS 


10 


7 


150.3 


4± 


II . 


-14 


1830+ 


H 






5754 


H2567 


.... 


IS 


13: 


70 3 


221.6 


I2± 


9 - 


.10 


1830 + 


H 






5755 


H2568 





IS 


15 


44 17 


250.7 


I0± 


10-11 


.10-11 


1830+ 


H 




"Point exactly to a 
third" 


5756 


O.Stone 22 


0. Arg. S. 1 1330 


15 


27 


-19 48 


307.1 


6-34 


8.2. 


.10.5 


1877.12 


Cin 


2 




5757 


S1534 


DM (I9°) 2443 


IS 


33 


18 51 


340.6 


4.84 


8.0. 


.11.2 


1830.76 


S 


4 


8.0 yel. 


5758 


S1533 


w» xi"". 257 


15 


36 


37 45 


172.8 


23.14 


8.2. 


. 8.4 


1829.53 


S 


4 


White 


5759 


S 3069 rej. 


vr xi". 238 


IS 


40 


- I 3 


219.4 


17.41 


8.5. 


. 9.8 


1904.31 


/3 


2 




5760 


A. G. 174 


A. G.Chris. 1748 


IS 


52 


65 23 


105.1 


2.06 


10. 0. 


.10.3 


1892.40 


/3 


I 




5761 


H442S 


Cord. DM (30°) 9150 


16 


40 


-30 15 


280.7 


i5± 


9 • 


.11 


1834+ 


H 




"The/ of two" 


5762 


S1535 


Mill. 6651 


16 


45 


I 35 


61.2 


10.46 


8.7. 


.11.3 


1828.97 


S 


3 




5763 


H4430 


Cord. DM {30°) 9154 


17 


8 


-30 14 


— 


i8± 


9 - 


.11 


1835.2 


H 




"The/of two" 


5764 


H 1188 


.... 


17 


26 


77 


208.8 


i5± 


10 . 


.11 


1828+ 


H 






5765 


S1536 


I Leonis 


17 


39 


11 12 


92.4 


2.19 


3-9- 


.. 7.1 


1832.01 


S 


12 


Yel'sh: blue 


5766 


P26 


L 21697 


17 


42 


— 9 46 


70.3 


2.80 


7.2. 


.10.2 


1875.50 


A 


4 




5767 


Arg. 25 


0. Arg. S. I 1357 


17 


SI 


-27 SI 


300 ± 


i5± 


9 - 


.. 9+ 


1876 


^ 






5768 


H.C.Wilson 9 


.... 


18 


: 


- 9 SO 


178.9 


11.27 


9.7. 


..10.5 


1883.28 


W 


2 




5769 


H180 


DM (14°) 2383 


18 


3 


14 SO 


20± 


25 ± 


9 • 


..12 


1820+ 


H 






5770 


S1537 


Leonis 364 


18 


10 


21 17 


356.4 


2.48 


7.6. 


.. 8.6 


1831.60 


S 


7 


Wh.: ash 


5771 


H2570 


DM (42°) 2203 


18 


IS 


42 8 





.... 


• 


... 


1830+ 


H 






5772 


S3070 


SD (3°) 3109 


18 


24 


- 3 44 


276.3 


7.96 


8.8. 


.. 9-2 


1831.36 


S 


3 




5773 


H840 


7 Crateris 


II 18 


54 


-17 I 


105 ± 


3± 


4 - 


• -13 


1820 + 


H 







115 



11'' 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


5774 


KU37 


DM (49°) 2051 


Ilh ig-'is' 


49"48' 


325-5 


1^96 


9-5- 


..10.3 


1901.27 


Ku 


3 


Kustner (3821) 


5775 


H4433 


81 Leonis 


19 21 


17 8 


316-7 


60 ± 


7 . 


. .10 


1836.21 


H 






5776 


A 137 


1,217^6 


19 26 


- 7 12 


60.6 


0.30 


8.5. 


.. 9-0 


1901.27 


A 


3 




5777 


H497 


DM (27°) 2020 


19 28 


27 44 


60 ± 


25 ± 


9 


..10 


1820 + 


H 






5778 


Hii8g 


DM (4°) 2464 


19 49 


4 37 


I20± 


IS± 


10 


. .11 


1828 + 


H 






5779 


S 1540 


83 Leonis 


20 42 


3 40 


150.0 


29-58 


6-3 


•- 7-3 


1832.71 


S 


3 


White 


5780 


KU38 


DM (19°) 2455 


20 57 


19 47 


234.0 


6.15 


9.8 


.. 9-9 


1901.36 


Ku 


2 


Kustner (3821) 


5781 


S1541 


DM (47°) 1873 


21 4 


46 57 


29.8 


7.53 


7-8 


. .10.2 


1831.40 


2 


3 


7.8 -wh. 


5782 


A 138 


L 2180I 


21 12 


- 8 13 


213-3 


1.65 


7-9 


•- 9-3 


1901.27 


A 


3 




5783 


Hu 462 


SD (14'') 3326 


21 21 


— 14 II 


220.1 


0.54 


8.0 


.. 8.4 


1902.32 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 2i) 


5784 


Innes 76 


Cord. DM (30°) 921 1 


21 24 


-30 5 


50-5 


7.06 


10. 


..10.5 


1902.33 


I 






5785 


S1542 


DM (45°) 1927 


21 25 


45 14 


265.0 


2.54 


7.0 


..10.5 


1831-75 


S 


3 


7.0 wk. 


5786 


H498 




21 31 


34 43 


70± 


I2± 


10 


..10+ 


1820 + 


H 






5787 


S 1539 


Camelopardali 201 


21 35 


81 42 


313-1 


18.99 


8.0 


.. 9-2 


1832.80 


S 


2 


Yersk wk.: wh. 


5788 


H4437 


Lac. 4750 


21 41 


-23 3 


324.6 


I2± 


9 


..10 


1835.2 


H 






5789 


H499 


DM(37°)2l8l 


21 44 


3658 


248 ± 


27± 


8 


..I. 


1820 + 


H 






5790 


2 19, App. I 


T Leonis 


21 46 


3 31 


169.6 


94.76 


5-0 


.. 7-0 


1834.94 


2 


5 


Ye!.: uuh. 


5791 


S 3071 rij. 


w xi"-. 353 


21 52 


- I 16 




CI. IV 


8-9 


. .11 










5792 


H4439 




22 17 


-30 35 


101.5 


i5± 


8 


• • 9 


1834.4 


H 






5793 


2 1543 


57 Ursae Majoris 


22 37 


40 


10.7 


5-37 


5-2 


.. 8.2 


1831.91 


2 


6 


Wh.: ash 


5794 


Lewis II 


L 21846 


22 56 


31 6 


7.1 


0.89 


7.0 


. .11.0 


1900.49 


L 


6 




5795 


A 70 


SD (3°) 3128 


23 7 


- 3 47 


354-5 


4-93 


7-3 


■•14 


1900.16 


A 


3 


(.4.JV. 3668) 


5796 


peoi 


SD (16°) 3259 


23 15 


— 16 41 


226.9 


0.81 


8.0 


.. 9.0 


1878.32 


(3 


I 


BandC 1 
A and BC ) 












328.7 


26.25 




■ • 9 


178334 


W 


I 


5797 


Ae 


SD (2°) 3357 


23 15 


- 3 3 


53-9 


2.18 


8.8 


..12.7 


1899.45 


A 


2 




5798 


H4572 


DM (12°) 2340 


23 19 


12 18 


190.4 


25 ± 


9-10 


..10 


1834 + 


H 






5799 


A7 


SD (5°) 3300 


23 35 


- 5 39 


261.4 


0.50 


8.9 


.. 90 


1899.44 


A 


3 




5800 


Jacob 6 


Hydrae I'll 


23 41 


-23 47 


76.8 


8.06 


5K 


.- 7K 


1847.3 


J 






5801 


OS (App) n I 


W» Xl"". 413 


23 44 


30 38 


33-0 


66.41 


7.0 


.. 9-0 


1875.59 


A 


2 




5802 


H2573 


SD (4°) 3082 


23 46 


- 4 18 


16.3 


5± 


10 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 






5803 


P340 


W Xl"". 390 


23 49 


3 52 


7-2 


3-87 


8.0 


. .10.2 


1876.33 


A 


3 




5804 


Sh 126 


— 


24 17: 


42 i: 


90.3 


13-04 


7 


.. 8 


1823.31 


Sh 


2 




5805 


OS 234 


L 21874 


24 20 


41 57 


177-5 


0-43 


7-0 


.. 7.4 


1844.66 


02 


3 




5806 


SiS44 


0. Aig. K. 1 1820 


24 32 


60 22 


89.5 


12.46 


7.0 


.. 8.0 


1831.85 


2 


3 


White 


5807 


S 3072 


PXl''. 91 


24 44 


- 6 3 


331-8 


9-38 


7-4 


. .10.4 


1831.65 


2 


5 


7.4 yel'sh 


5808 


A 559 


A. G. (lamb. 5788 


24 52 


28 12 


153-7 


1.98 


8.0 


. .12.2 


1903.35 


A 


3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


5809 


H500 


DM (36°) 2196 


25 25 


36 32 


33± 


i5± 


9 


= 9 


1820 + 


H 






5810 


Ho 51 


Schj. 4166 


25 29 


832 


173-6 


2.71 


7 


. .12 


1882.26 


Ho 


2 




581 1 


OS 235 


B. A. C. 3918 


25 32 


61 45 


293.0 


0.60 


6.0 


-• 7-3 


1844.90 


02 


2 




5812 


S 1547 


88 Leonis 


25 34 


15 2 


319-9 


iS-30 


6.4 


.. 8.4 


1829.02 


2 


4 


Yetsh: Hue 


5813 


S1546 


DM (56°) 1523 


25 45 


56 45 


343-2 


11.54 


7.7 


..lO.O 


1832.00 


2 


3 


7.7 white 


5814 


H2574 


DM (53°) 1495 


25 55 


53 41 


73-3 


35 ± 


9-10 


. .10 


1830 + 


H 






5815 


S1548 


SD (2°) 3364 


25 59 


- 2 52 


127.3 


10.35 


7-7 


.. 8.7 


1827.75 


2 


2 




5816 


H3332 




26 4 


67 44 


85 ± 


3± 


II 


-13 


1831 + 


H 






5817 


Kr38 


A. G. Hels. 6801 


26 5 


60 44 


54-3 


2.60 


9.0 


.. 9.2 


1891.29 


/S 


1 




5818 


H5484 




26 9 


8 7 


60 ± 


5± 


12 


= 12 


1823 + 


H 






5819 


21549 


DM (25°) 2389 


26 18 


24 59 


115. 8 


14.03 


8.5 


•• 9-5 


1828.75 


2 


2 




5820 


|[ III. 96 


17 Crateris 


26 19 


-28 36 


205.5 


9-77 






1783.02 


Ut 


I 




5821 


Kr39 


A. G. Hels. 6807 


26 36 


58 28 


156.2 


10.74 


9-0 


-• 9-3 


1891.29 


iS 


1 




5822 


Hu 727 


DM (50°) 1835 


26 40 


50 7 


18.3 


1.05 


8.8 


.. 9-2 


1903.03 


Hu 


I 




5823 


Hd 130 


1/ 21940 


26 58 


-22 47 


78.9 


8.92 


7.0 


..10 


1868.25 


Hd 


I 




5824 


H2575 





27 2 


29 52 


210.4 


9± 


13 


= 13 


1830 + 


H 






5825 


H502 


DM (37°) 2194 


27 13 


37 42 


220 ± 


5± 


10 


-■14 


1820 + 


H 




H(V) 


5826 


A 139 


L 21948 


27 20 


- 8 28 


152. 1 


1.36 


8.6 


.. 9.8 


1901.30 


A 


3 




5827 


H2576 





27 21 


23 4 


167.2 


4± 


II 


. .12 


1830 + 


H 






5828 


S 1550 rej. 


DM (64°) 855 


II 27 51 


64 18 




CI. IV 


8-9 


. .10-11 


.... 


2 




(See p. 1073) 
From Cat. Nov. 



lie 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



11» 



I Number 



58*9 
5830 
5831 
5832 
5833 

5834 
583s 
5836 
5837 
5838 
5839 
5840 
5841 

5842 
5843 
5844 
5845 
5846 

5847 
5848 
5849 
5850 
5851 
5852 
S853 
5854 
5855 
5856 
5857 
5858 
5859 
5860 
5861 
5862 
5863 
5864 
5865 
5866 
5867 
5868 
5869 
5870 
5871 
5872 
5873 
5874 
5875 
5876 

5877 
5878 

5879 
5880 
5881 



Double Star 



Star Catalogue 



R. A, 1880 



Dec], 1880 



Position 
Angle 



Distance 



Magnitudes 



Epoch 



Observer 



Notes 



H2577 

S1551 
H2578 

A 71 
S155S 

A 72 

A. G. 175 

E182 
OS 236 

HU463 

A 73 
S1554 

S1555 

S1553 
S1556 

H2579 

Hu 131 
S1558 

H iigi 
P456 
H4456 

Ku39 
HU728 
H 1192 
H183 

S1559 
2 1560 

HS05 

H506 
S 1561 
OS 237 
S 1562 rej. 

H 1S4 
S 1563 rej. 

H2580 

A 678 

Weisse 27 
S1564 

S1565 

A 560 

H185 
P 1078 

H186 

H3333 

H507 
S 1566 

H1193 

Hu 464 

A 74 
S3073 

H187 

H2581 
P792 



DM (28°) 20l6 
0. Arg. N. I 1873 

SD (4°) 3089 
90 Leonis 

SD (4°) 3098 
A. G. Alb. 4308 

Rad'. 2713 
SD {14°) 3353 
SD (4°) 3103 
DM (13°) 2433 
PXI''. Ill 

0. Arg. N. 1 1 900 
DM (12°) 2350 
DM (30°) 2177 
SD (13°) 3409 
DM (22°) 2381 



L 22020 

0. Arg. S. I1513 
DM (48°) 1958 
DM (50°) 1845 

0. Arg. S. 1 1 520 
W Xl". 529 

Ursae Majoris 284 
B. A. C. 3955 

DM (39°) 2460 
Ursae Majoris 290 

1, 22071 

DM (49°) 2074 

DM (52°) 1578 

A. G. Camb. 5829 
W Xl"". 621 
DM (27°) 2044 
DM (19°) 2483 
A. G. Camb. 5832 

Crateris 79 

DM (66°) 729 

DM (21°) 2342 

SD (17°) 3441 
DM (71°) 583 
W XJi". 579 



ii*" 28"' 10' 
28 14 
28 17 
28 25 
28 28 

28 34 

28 36 

29 2: 
29 22 
29 26 
29 50 
29 55 

29 S9 

30 3 
30 4 
30 22 
30 26 
30 26 

30 28 

30 44 

30 47 

30 48 

31 22 
31 32 

31 48 

32 5 
32 15 
32 25 
32 27 
32 29 
32 34 
32 45 
32 50 
32 54 



Schj. 4219 



33 


10 


33 


16 


33 


17 


33 


21 


33 


23 


33 


32 


33 


38: 


33 


47 


34 


6: 


34 


IS 


34 


20 


34 


24 


34 


31 


34 


36 


34 


39 


34 


43 


34 


57 


35 


23 


II 35 


32 



28°26' 

71 28 
28 25 

- 4 44 
17 28 

- 4 56 
2 10 

12 8: 
67 

-14 30 

- 4 24 

13 31 
28 27 

56 48 

12 49 

30 3 

-13 15 

22 8 

4 16 

- II 41 
-23 46 

48 8 
SO 28 

-16 16 

13 37 

65 I 

- I 46 
30 28 
39 50 
45 46 
41 49 

49 50 
10 41: 

52 51 

6 51 

25 58 

21 59 

27 37 
19 40 

28 SI 
10 25: 

-13 48 

- 2 40: 

66 37 
30 42 
21 42 

5 34 

-17 41 

71 37 

- 8 II 
10 31 
23 3 

3 32 



i85?7 
108.7 

230.6 
209.4 

234-2 

196.4 
186.8 

25S± 
209.2 

35-8 
319-3 

75-4 
339-3 
141. 8 

171-5 
230.7 

349-6 
158. 1 

158-3 
276.4 
272 ± 

68.2 
122.9 

21.7 
108.2 

357 ± 
20 ± 
321.7 
280.6 
3io± 
135 ± 
266.0 
287.0 

180 ± 
158.2 
171. o 
155.5 

86.4 

304.1 

355-4 

35 ± 

49-8 

295 ± 

164-3 

35 ± 

349-3 

100 ± 

59.1 

317-5 

45-7 

45± 

90 ± 

204.5 



%"± 

6-37 

18 ± 
1.86 
3-01 

53-72 
2.18 
1.98 

io± 
2.33 
1-44 
0.62 
1. 01 
1.24 
i8± 

5-34 
8.86 

I2± 

3.22 
1.36 

43.66 
8± 
0.65 

20 ± 

2.47 
0.36 

I4± 
60 ± 

2.09 

S-09 

4± 
i5± 
10.46 

0.74 
CI. Ill 
25 ± 
I4± 

20± 
1. 25 

S.07 

21.51 

4.46 

25 ± 

8.22 

5± 
I5± 
iS± 

2.71 

i3± 
0.84 
1.24 

10-73 
S± 

2± 
1.92 



9 .. 
8.5. , 

10 . , 
8.5-, 
6.0. 

9.0. 
8.6. 
13 • 
7-5- 
8.9. 
9.0. 
8.8 
6.4. 

7-3- 
9-5- 

10 . 
9.0. 
8.7. 

11 . 
10 . 

8 . 
9-5- 
7-5- 

10 . 

6.7- 
6.0. 
II 
7 ■ 
5-9. 
7-4- 
8-9. 

11 . 

9 • 
9-10. 

7.6. 

7-8- 

8.2. 

7-0. 

8.8, 
II 

6.3. 
II 
9-10, 

9 

8.3 

9 

9.0 

9-1 
8.2 

II 

II 
8.3 



.16 
.10.2 
•IS 
.13-8 

• 7-3 
. 8.9 
.12.0 

,. 8.9 
,.14 
.11.0 
,. 9.4 
.. 9-7 
= 8.8 
.. 6.8 
,.(12) 
.. 7-8 
-- 9-S 
. .10-11 
..10.2 
.. 9.2 
.. 8.8 
. .12 
. .10 
. .12 
.. 9.8 
.. 8.5 
. .11 

-- 7-7 
. .10.2 
= II 

• •15 
.. 8.0 
.. 9.0 
. .12 

. .12 
..11-12 
. .11-12 
.-II. 3 

.. 9.0 
.. 8.0 

--13-5 
. .12 
. .12.2 
. .12 
..10 

--17 
.. 9-8 
. .11 

..II-O 

-- 9-5 
. .12.0 

,..13 
, . .12 
. . .11.0 



1830+ 

1832.51 

1830 + 

1900.18 

1829.94 

1783.29 

1900.18 

1903-18 

1820 + 

1847.00 

1902.32 

1900.18 

1829.29 

1829.12 

1820+ 

1832.58 

1829.25 

1830+ 

1900.30 

1828.79 

1829.29 

1828 + 

1877-35 

1836.2 

1901.90 

1900.03 

1828 + 

1820+ 

1836.55 

1831.58 

1820 + 

1820+ 

1831.68 

1845.82 

1820 + 
1830 + 
1830+ 
1904.30 



H 
S 
H 
A 

JJt 
A 
/S 
H 

OS 3 
Hu 3 
A 3 



8.S yeFsh 

(A. N. 3668) 
AandB 
AandC 
(A. N. 3668) 



Wk.: 
bluish 
wh. 



{Bui. L. O. No. 21) 
{A. N. 3668) 



S 3 
S 5 
H 

S 5 

2 2 
H 

Hu 3 

S 4 

S 3 
H 

HI 2 
H 

Ku 2 
Hu I 
H 
H 

S 3 
S 3 
H 
H 

S 4 
OS 4 

s 

H 
H 
H 
A 3 



ABkiA. 



A andB 
AB and C 
White 

"Neat" 
(^..^•485) 
AandB 
AB and C 



Kustner (3821) 



White 

6.0 very yel. 

H(V), I2...I3 

YePsh ivh.: ash 
From Cat. Nov. 



(Bui. L. O. No. 61) 



1828.95 


s 


3 


8.0 yel 'sh 


1829.26 


s 


4 


Wh.: iluishwh. 


1903-37 


A 


3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. so) 


1820+ 


H 






1889.30 


;3 


3 




1820+ 


H 






I83I+ 


H 






1820+ 


H 






1829.94 


S 


3 


i.iyel. 


1828+ 


H 






1902.34 


Hu 


2 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


1900.12 


A 


3 


M. AT. 3668) 


1831.76 


S 


2 




1820+ 


H 






1830+ 


H 






1881.34 


/3 


3 





X17 



ll"' 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 





Numbei 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 




5882 


H508 


w xi". 676 


11" 35"" S3' 


40°20' 


I25°± 


8"± 


8 ... 9 


1820 + 


H 








5883 


Hi 194 




36 12 


42 


I7S± 


I2± 


10 ...10+ 


1828 + 


H 








5884 


S1567 


DM (65°) 847 


36 20 


65 I 


77.6 


3-43 


8.5.. .10.0 


1832.16 


S 


3 






5885 


S1568 


DM (1°) 2604 


37 8 


I 26 


221.3 


9-03 


8.9... 9.1 


1830.82 


S 


4 






5885 


H2582 





37 18 


73 SI 


236.8 


8± 


11-12=11-12 


1830 + 


H 








5887 


Espin 123 


DM (44°) 2120 


37 24 


44 SI 


203.8 


7-4 


9.1... 9.3 


1902 


Es 


1 


A and B ) (M. N. 
, „ \ LXIII, 
A and C ) 172J 














275-5 


42-9 


... 9-2 


1902 


Es 


1 




5888 


P917 


L 22179 


37 25 


II 22 


175.2 


3-70 


8.0. . .10.4 


1880.31 


/3 


4 






5889 


P793 


DM (7°) 2474 


37 26 


7 14 


114. 2 


1-33 


9.6. ..10.3 


1881.32 


/3 


3 






5890 


H509 




37 31 


25 3 


30s ± 


6± 


10 ...10+ 


1820 + 


H 








5891 


HU465 


SD (17°) 3453 


37 31 


— 17 26 


112. 7 


0-44 


8. 6. ..11. 8 


1902.34 


Hu 


2 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 




5892 


H2583 


W Xl"". 633 


37 32 


14 II 


234.2 


25 ± 


9 ... 9 + 


1830 + 


H 








5893 


A 679 


A. G. Beilin B 4345 


37 32 


24 41 


93.4 


4-95 


7.0. ..15.0 


1904.27 


A 


2 


iBul. L. 0. No. 61) 




5894 


S1569 


DM (39°) 2465 


37 58 


39 40 


324-3 


3-S7 


8.3. ..10.2 


1831.00 


S 


3 


8,3 white 




5895 


OS 239 rej. 


P Xl'>. 149 


37 58 


25 53 


20.0 


38.07 


5.5--- 9-8 


1867.25 


A 


3 


5-5 yel. 




5896 


H3334 


0. Arg. N. 12027 


38 15 


60 43 


159-8 


25 ± 


8 ...II 


1831 + 


H 








5897 


H 4469 


DM (15°) 2372 


38 18 


15 16 


166. 1 


30± 


9 ... 9 


1836.2 


H 








5898 


A 140 


L 22202 


38 22 


- 7 25 


138.9 


2.20 


8. 3. ..10. 5 


1901.29 


A 


3 






5899 


Hu 232 


SD (13°) 3433 


38 23 


-13 27 


109.8 


0.87 


8.5... 8.8 


1900.38 


Hu 


1 


(A. I. 49+) 




5900 


H1195 




38 35 


13 1° 


327.0 


5± 


II = II 


1828 + 


H 








5901 


21570 


0. Arg. H. 12044 


39 II 


46 16 


48.8 


10.68 


8.3... 8.8 


1831.4I 


2 


3 


White 




5902 


Cordoba 


Cord. DM (25°) 8842 


39 17 


-25 34 


276.2 


4.80 


8.6... 9.1 


1904.11 


/3 


1 






5903 


H 1 196 


DM (4°) 2523 


39 25 


4 34 


iSS± 


20± 


8-9. . .10 


1828 + 


H 








5904 


H4470 


Cord. DM (29°) 9318 


39 30 


-29 49 


318.2 


6± 


9 ...10 


1834-3 


H 








5905 


H2585 


DM (44°) 2124 


39 51 


44 37 


73-4 


25 ± 


9-10. .11 


1825 + 


H 








5906 


S 1571 


DM (9°) 2547 


40 II 


9 45 


296.7 


9-38 


8. 7. ..10. 7 


1829.32 


S 


3 


8.7 Tuh. 




5907 


AS 


SD(4'')3I37 


40 14 


- 4 41 


1531 


1.88 


8.2. ..13 


1899.41 


A 


3 


AandB) (^.j\r, 
AandC 363s) 














II. 5 


19. II 


...13-2 


1899.41 


A 


2 




5908 


Kr40 


A. G. Eels. 6900 


40 17 


60 30 


273-3 


2.88 


9.2... 9.5 


1891.29 


/3 


I 






5909 


H 188 




40 18: 


- 33: 


I3S± 


6± 


15 ...16 


1820 + 


H 




"Very minute" 




5910 


H4472 





40 20 


-28 32 


39-S 


I2± 


9K---12 


1834-3 


H 








59" 


S1572 


DM (54°) 1464 


40 38 


S3 57 


288.2 


10.47 


8.5.. .10.0 


1831.81 


S 


2 


8.5 wh. 




5912 


P602 


L 22262 


40 39 


IS 40 


73-4 


0-57 


8.5.. .11.0 


1878.15 


/S 


I 






5913 


A9 




41 2 


- 4 34 


SO. 9 


4-47 


11.0...11.5 


1899.36 


A 


2 


(^.A^.3635) 




5914 


H1197 




41 4 


3 6 


I3S± 


4± 


II = II 


1828 + 


H 








5915 


Sh 130 


w XI''. 78s 


41 16 


20 42 


25.0 


76.86 


8 ...10 


1823.27 


Sh 


I 






5916 


See 135 


Lac. 4890 


41 16 


-29 33 


185 ± 


0.2± 


7 ... 7 


1897.41 


See 


1 






5917 


Hu 729 


DM (50°) 1862 


41 29 


50 29 


360.8 


1-47 


7-0.. .11.5 


1902.96 


Hu 


1 






5918 


H 1 198 


DM (46°) 1746 


41 33 


46 21 


97 ± 


8± 


10 ...12 


1828 + 


H 








5919 


Sh 131 


4 Virginis 


41 45 


8SS 


273-4 







1823.19 


Sh 


1 


A and B 1 
A and C ) 














323-3 


.... 





1823.19 


Sh 


I 




5920 


H2S86 


DM (72°) 546 


41 45 


71 54 


261.9 


20± 


9-10. . .10 


1830 + 


H 








5921 


S 7, App. II 


93 Leonis 


41 48 


20 53 


355-5 


74-29 


4.7-.. 8.4 


1836.33 


S 


5 


Yd.: wh. 




5922 


S3074 


SD (7°) 3288 


41 52 


- 7 57 


302.6 


10.54 


8.8... 9.0 


1831.23 


s 


3 


White 




5923 


H 189 




42 6: 


- 2 26: 


125 ± 


20 ± 


II =11 


1820 + 


H 








5924 


5 VI. 115 


L 22302 


42 18 


- 9 38 


77-8 






1783-02 


Jit 


1 






5925 


H 1199 


DM (1°) 261S 


42 22 


I 26 


55 ± 


i8± 


10 ...10 


1828 + 


H 








5926 


P603 


B. A. C. 3992 


42 28 


14 57 


336-7 


1-32 


6.8.. .11.0 


1879.25 


/3 


4 






5927 


21573 


0. Arg. N. 12087 


42 38 


68 


177.9 


II. 12 


6.6... 7,6 


1832.71 


2 


4 


White 




5928 


Ku 40 


DM (34°) 2259 


42 39 


34 22 


184.6 


3-09 


9-4- - .10.0 


1901. S7 


Ku 


2 


Kustner {3821) 




5929 


P604 


/3 Leonis 


42 56 


IS IS 


344-2 


77-14 


2 ...13 


1878.28 


i8 


1 






5930 


H 190 


W Xl''. 736 


43 44 


- 4 II 


270± 


i8± 


9 .--13 


1820 + 


H 




Yellow: blue 




5931 


H2587 




43 48 


71 31 


314-7 


i8± < 


)-I0...I0 


1830 + 


H 








5932 


H510 




44 6 


38 22 


280 ± 


i8± 


9 -.- 9 


1820 + 


H 








5933 


H 1200 


DM (79°) 375 


44 15 


79 35 


90 ± 


9± 


10 = 10 


1828 + 


H 








5934 


H4477 


SD (20°) 3517 


II 44 20 


—20 10 


108.3 


IS± 8 ... 9 


1835-2 


H 
















11 


8 















Within 121" of the North Pole 



11>» 



Number 



Double Star 



S935 

5936 

5937 

S938 

5939 

5940 

5941 

5942 

5943 

5944 

5945 

5946 

5947 

5948 

5949 

5950 

5951 



5952 
5953 
5954 
5955 
5956 
5957 
5958 
5959 

5960 
5961 
5962 

5963 
5964 

5965 
5966 

5967 
5968 
5969 
5970 
5971 
5972 
5973 
5974 
5975 
5976 
5977 
5978 
5979 
5980 
5981 
5982 
5983 
5984 
5985 
5986 



Star Catalogue 



R. A. 1880 



H 1 201 

S1574 
H 1202 
Hu 730 
H 191 
H2588 
H842 
Hu 731 

H333S 
S1575 
H843 
a 511 
H 192 

S3075 
Sh 132 

S1S76 
P794 



S1577 

H4479 
S1578 
OS 240 

H 1203 

A 75 
Hn 113 
H512 

0S(App)ii2 

H2590 
S 1579 

H193 

H2591 
Z 15S0 

Ku 41 

?VI. 13 
2 1582 
S1581 
02241 
S1585 
S1584 
S3076 
P918 
S 1586 

HU732 

H4481 

A 561 

Ho 379 

HU733 

H 1204 
S 3077 rej. 
P919 

H195 

Ho 534 



S 1583 = 
OS 



238 



B. A. C. 4005 
DM (44°) 2136 

DM (51°) 170S 

0. Aig. N. I2II2 
DM (45°) 1968 
DM (48°) 1978 

L 22376 

SD (7°) 3305 

W XI''. 856 

W Xl". 775 

P xz"". 170 

W Xl". 884 

0. Arg. N. 12149 



DM (21°) 2371 
0. Aig. S. 1 1733 
DM (4°) 2536 
L 22409 

DM (72°) 550 
SD (13°) 3466 
WXI*". 912 

W^ Xl"". 920 
DM (73°) 536 
65 Ursae Majoris 



L 22459 
DM (4°) 2546 
DM (17°) 2413 
95 Leonis 
W XI*". 941 
DM (46°) 1759 
L 22485 
DM (41°) 2250 
W XI". 839 
SD (4°) 3168 
L 22496 
DM (41°) 2251 
DM (49°) 2097 
L22513 
DM (28°) 2063 
Cord. G. C. 16333 
DM (48°) 1988 

DM (9°) 2568 

wxi" 1013 
wxi". 1017 

RedhUl 1778 



11'' 44°" 48^ 

44 S8 

45 I 
45 7 
45 8: 
45 22 
45 37 
45 43 
45 48 
45 48 
45 51 

45 52 

46 o: 
46 15 
46 35 

46 40 

47 2 



47 9 

47 16 

47 16 

47 23 

47 34 

47 38 

47 45 

47 59 

48 27 
48 41 

48 51 

49 13: 
49 19 
49 21 



Decl. i88o 



49 


23 


49 


30 


49 


51 


49 


53 


50 


6 


50 


29 


50 


30 


50 


30 


50 


36 


50 


42 


50 


52 


SI 


12 


51 


41 


51 


49 


51 


50 


52 


5 


52 


59 


S3 


7 


S3 


18: 


S3 


18 


II 53 


22 



i2°54' 

44 45 
4 47 

51 12 
12 39: 
72 38 

45 29 
48 45 
14 42 

9 30 

- 7 44 
19 31 

- 2 19: 

8 13 
16 6 
31 30 

74 26 



20 59 

-23 55 
4 20 

43 35 
4 12 

72 36 
-13 43 

25 21 

20 5 

73 50 

47 9 

II 41: 
6 29 
4 13 
17 34 
16 19 
22 39 
46 13 
36 7 
41 42 

- 3 56 

- 4 33 

32 52 
41 I 
49 48 

—21 52 

28 4 

-23 50 

48 43 
4 14 
9 49 

33 SO 

- 2 44: 

21 32 
87 40 



Position 
Angle 



Distance 



l89?0 

5-4 
240 ± 

45.5 

260 ± 

21.3 

95 ± 
118. 8 

72.5 
209.8 
265 ± 

250± 

60 ± 

185-3 

II. I 

242.7 

106.6 

71.8 

78.6 

II. o 

90.8 
170.5 
317.8 

3i5± 
208.0 
267.2 

i75± 
320 ± 

35-4 
330. 5 

36-4 
II3-8 

20 ± 

173-4 

261.0 

66.9 

«/ 
76.6 
170.6 
119. 1 
104.6 
186.9 
51-3 
231-3 
247.4 

198.3 

8.2 

246.8 

I25± 

55 ± 

16.2 

70 ± 

137.2 

282.8 



Magnitudes 



I2"± 
9.29 

3± 
0.21 

25 ± 

I>^-2 
0.34 

s± 
30.60 

3-4 
30 ± 
i5± 
17.69 

37.11 
5.21 
0.42 

5.71 

26.73 

8.22 

5± 

3.01 

8.62 

3± 
0.28 

2.77 

4-5 
25 ± 
73-12 

8± 

3-71 
62.93 

8± 
28 ± 

8.77 
5.02 
90 ± 

12.01 
2.23 
1.36 

5-53 
12.79 

5-37 
7.45 
1. 81 

i± 

3± 

1.90 
14.96 

i.5± 
i5± 
3>^± 

4.22 
io± 

9.76 
11.07 



6-7... 

8.5.., 
II . . 

9.5.. 
10 . . 

9 - 

10 .. 
8.8.. 

lO-II. 

7.0.. 

lO-II. 

7-8.. 

11 . . 
8.8.. 

7 •- 
8.2.. 
6.5. . 



9.0.. 

9 -- 

9.2.. 

7-5-- 

10 . . 

7.2.. 

9.3.. 
8 .. 

7.8.. 

10 . . 
6.0. . 

11 . . 
8-9.. 
8.0.. 
9 



13 

II. 2 
12 

9-5 
12 

13 

■ loX 
. 9.0 
.10-11 
, 8.0 
, .11 
.9-10 
.14 
. 8.8 
.10 
. 8.5 
. 7.8 
-13-7 
-13-0 

.10.2 

.10 
.10.9 
.10.3 
.11 
. 8.0 
. 9-6 



Epoch 



9-- 

7-- 
3.. 
5-. 
0. . 

!■■ 
3.. 
8., 

3. 
4. 

8: 

0. 
I. 
8. 
9-10 
10 . 
6.3. 
14 . 
8.4. 
7.5- 



. 8.1 
.12 
. 8.3 
. 6.5 
■13 
.16 
. 9.0 
.10.1 

- 9-2 

- 9-5 
. 8.4 
.11.0 
.10.7 
. 9-8 
.13.0 
.11.0 



.11.7 
.12 

= 9-10 
.11 
.12.3 

.11.4 

.. 8.5 



Observer 



1828 + 
1831.38 
1828 + 
1902.96 
1820 + 

1830 + 
1820 + 
1902.96 

1831 + 
1832.58 
1820 + 
1820 + 
1820 + 
1831.24 
1823.27 
1829.93 
1881.34 
1890.37 
1890.37 
1828.29 
1836.2 
1831.70 
1847.02 
1828 + 
1900.29 
1888.90 
1820+ 
1820 + 
1875.62 
1830 + 
1832.43 
1833-45 
1820 + 
1830 + 
1828.31 
1901.83 
1782.45 
1827.75 
1832-72 
1849.32 
1832.43 
1831-97 
1831.60 
1880.37 
1832.83 
1902. 
1836.2 
1903-37 
1891-37 
1902. 
1828 + 
1823 + 
1880.37 
l820-f 

1897.40 

1833-18 



H 

S 2 
H 

Hu I 
H 
H 
H 

Hu I 
H 

2 3 
H 
H 
H 

S 3 
Sh I 

S 3 
/3 5 
/3 2 
^ 2 
S 2 
H 

S 5 
OS 3 
H 

A 2 
Com 3 
H 
H 

i 2 
H 

S 5 
S 5 
H 
H 
S 
Ku 

S 
S 
OS 

s 

s 
s 



Notes 



2 
2 
I 
2 

3 
5 
3 
3 
3 
/9 2 

S 3 
Hu 
H 

A 3 
Ho 3 
Hu 
H 
H 

? 3 
H 

Ho 4 
S 3 



YeVsh: wh. 



8-9 in W 



Very -wh, 
AandB 
AB and C 
AB and D 



Probably DM (40) 

=537 



A and B 
A and C 



!j AB»*rj 

> wk,: 
Z) blue 



A and B ) AB very 
A and C 



White 
Kustner (3821) 

7.7 white 
White 
Yel.: ash 
B.oyePsh wh. 



8.3 wh. 



(Bui. L. O. No. 50) 



*A star 6 m. j" 



Very wh.; bluish 



11& 



11^^—121' 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number 



5987 
5988 

5989 
5990 



5991 
5992 
5993 
5994 
5995 
5996 
5997 
5998 
5999 
6000 
6001 
6002 
6003 
6004 
6005 
6006 
6007 
6008 

6oog 
6010 
601 1 
6012 



6013 
6014 
6015 
6016 
6017 
6018 
6oig 
6020 

602I 

6022 
6023 
6024 
6025 
6026 
6027 
6028 



H 196 
OS 243 

2 1587 rej. 
P795 



Hu 734 

H513 
02(App)ii4 

H 2592 

H 4489 
S1589 

H2593 
P 1079 

A 141 

Hu 132 

H 197 
P457 
S 1591 
S 1590 
02(App)ii6 
2 1588 

Ho 535 
H 1205 
H 1206 
H5M 
H515 
P 1323 

S 1593 

H2594 

AeSi 

A 682 
P458 
2 1596 
21595 
2 1597 rej. 
2 1598 rej. 

H 1208 

H2595 

H 198 
2 1600 
02244 
2 1599 
S 3123 



Star Catalogue 



6029 


H4496 


6030 


2 i6ot 


6031 


A 76 


6032 


H 1209 


6033 


H 1210 


6034 


Ho 255 


6035 


2 1602 


6036 


H2596 



Raa'. 2777 
DM (52°) 1600 
Ead". 2778 



SD (12°) 3543 
W XI*". 1033 

w xi''. 103s 

Cord.DM(23°) 10320 
DM (44°) 2146 

L 22586 
I- 22589 
SD (11°) 3161 

0. Arg. S. 1 1836 
W" Xl". 928 
DM (71°) 599 
DM (0°) 2880 
DM (73°) 543 
DM (22°) 2434 



DM (27°) 2087 
DM (42°) 2267 



W" xz"". 959 

A. G. Camb. 5971 
A. G. Berlin B 4431 
L 22677 
2 Comae 

DM (8°) 2566 
DM (9°) 2579 
L 22694 

W= Xl''. 1 147 
W Xl". 994 
DM (52°) 1608 
Rad». 2798 
0. Arg. N. 12316 
0. Arg. K. 12330 

SD (18°) 3321 
DM (39°) 2493 
DM (71°) 603 

SD (16°) 3390 
W XI''. lOIO 
W'XI''. 1 174 
0. Arg. N. 12348 
WXI". 1 187 



R.A. 1880 



S3 38 
53 41 
53 51 



53 57 

53 58 

54 
54 18 
54 20 
54 26 
54 29 
54 34 
54 40 
54 41 

54 43: 

55 15 
55 19 
55 28 

55 48 

56 6 
56 21 
56 32 
56 34 
56 40 

56 48 

57 21 



57 23 

57 35 

57 36 

58 4 
58 8 
S8 8 
58 10 
58 45 

58 57 

59 1 
59 16 
59 26 
59 27 
59 29 
59 30 

12 o 



2 

II 

28 

o 45 

48 

1 7 
12 I IS 



Decl. 1880 



- 0°50: 

54 4 
52 16 
71 20 



-12 32 

26 43 
37 24 
59 21 

-23 48 

44 17 

40 34 

-21 7 

- 9 17 

-II 29 

12 16 

-20 52 

o 17 

71 31 

46 

73 2 

22 26 

5 4 

5 I 

29 21 

27 40 
42 4 



- I 47 
6 34 

25 46 

24 47 
-20 22 

22 8 

8 4 

9 SO 
4 3 

- 8 27 
39 20 

- 5 II 

52 36 

53 33 
69 27 
69 22 

-18 14 
39 30 
71 3 

-16 21 

6 29 

21 10 

69 45 

43 46 



Position 
Angle 



275° ± 
10.9 

327.0 
116. 2 
149.6 
191,0 

255± 
81.0 

II-3 
147-8 
155.8 
326.1 
147-9 
9-3 

61.8 
285 ± 

84.2 
353-8 
235-9 
181-9 

60.7 
146.4 

40 ± 

40 ± 

87 ± 

318.2 

165.0 

76.0 

18.2 

5-4 

131-4 

333-3 

232-5 

240.6 

329.5 
142.8 

280 ± 
3i5± 
270 ± 
93-2 
319-0 
167.2 

289.7 
312-0 

30-0 
319-3 
343-7 

42.6 
260 ± 
100 ± 
133-4 
179-8 
225 ± 



Distance 



i5"± 

0.72 

CI. Ill 

13-82 
5-78 

33-72 
3-72 

i5± 

86.79 

2± 

8± 
2.27 

i5± 

11.69 

4.70 

1-44 

i5± 

0.89 

53-77 
5-07 

74-95 

16.49 
2.01 

io± 

io± 

12-15 

20 ± 

1-57 
16-95 
25.02 

1-43 
io± 

0-39 

0-39 
30-35 

3-73 
27.46 
30.60 
CI. IV 

5± 
i5± 
80 ± 

7-63 

3-31 

10.21 

o.3± 
2.88 

io± 
2.45 
1.36 

21-37 
9± 
7± 
2-45 

13-00 

23 ± 



Magnitudes 



II . 
7.8. 
8-9. 
7-7- 

7-1- 
9-3- 
8 . 

7-5- 
II 

9 

9.0. 
10 . 

6.2. 

8.5. 

8.0. 
12: 

8 . 

8.0. , 

7.0., 

7-5-. 

8.5.. 

8 ., 
10 . . 
II 

10 . . 
9-10. . 

8.7.. 

8-3-- 
10 . . 

8.9.. 

7-5-- 

8.0.. 

6.0.. 

8.5.. 

8.9.. 

8-9.. 
12 . . 

8 .. 

8 .. 

7.0.. 

7.2.. 

7.0.. 

7.0.. 

8 .. 
8.5-- 

10.5.. 

9-S.- 
10-11. 

9 -. 
8.2.. 

7-S-. 
8 .. 



,.11-f 
.. 8.8 
..10 

-13 
-12.5 

• 7-3 
.10.0 

- 9 

. 8.0 
= II 
= 9 

- 9-5 
-13 
-13-3 
.13-8 
. 9.0 

= 12 

- 9 

. 8.0 
.10.0 

. 8.0 

. 8.7 

.12 

.11 

.12 

.11 

-13 

-13-3 

.10.5 

•13 

- 8.3 
.12 

- 9-3 
. 9.0 
.10. 5 

• 7-5 
. 9.2 
.10 
.11 
.12 
.18 
.10 

. 8.0 
. 9.2 
.10.0 
. 7.0 

- 9 

• 9-7 
.10.7 

.11 

.11-12 
.12.3 
. 9-0 
.11 



Epoch 



1820+ 
1846.04 

1881.30 

1881.30 

1868.11 

1900.38 

1820 + 

1875.70 

1830-f 

1834 + 

1832.76 

1830 + 

1889.30 

1901.28 

1900.25 

1820 + 

1877-37 
1831.23 
1832.15 

1875-89 

1831.59 

1897.40 

1828 + 

1828 + 

1820 + 

1820 + 

1903-21 

1831-93 

1903.20 

1829.26 

1830 + 

1904.27 

1904.27 

1879-34 
1829.54 
1830.58 
1893.27 

1828-f 
1830 + 
1820 + 

1832-35 
1850.13 

1831.55 

1832.20 

1895.10 

1835.2 

1832.07 

1900.26 

1900.20 

1828 + 

1828 + 

1887.29 

1831.56 

1830 + 



Observer 



H 

OS 

s 

/3 

iS 

A 

Hu 

H 

A 

H 

H 

S 

H 

/3 

A 



HI 

2 
S 
A 
S 



Hu 3 
H 



Ho 3 

H 

H 

H 

H 

/S 

s 
s 

H 
A 
A 

» 

S 

s 

Lp 

H 
H 
H 

S 
OS 

s 
s 

Bar 

H 

S 

A 

A 

H 

H 

Ho 

S 

H 



(See p. 1074) 
From Cat. Nov. 



A and B 
CandD 
AandC 



AC = 

OS 243 



(A.J.^%i) 

•'Two stars, sf 

and «/' 



YeVsh: wh. 
■j.oyel. 

White 

{A. N. 3557) 

**In field withthelast' 

8.8 m. in DM. 

A and B \ 

A and C [ AC = 

I 2x594 
AandD ) 



White: Hue 
White 



White 

T.oyel. 

A and B | 

AB and C ] 



B andC 
A and BC 
"Neat star' 



\!.A.N. 
S 3668) 



7.5 white 



120 



Within 121'" of the North Pole 



12'' 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


6037 


H199 


W» Xl"". 1020 


12'' I™ 28= 


I3°i9' 


70° ± 


I0"± 


9 ...14-15 


1820-f 


H 




6038 


H2597 




I 46 


7 28 


162.4 


i8± 


10 ...12 


1830 + 


H 




6039 


A. Clark 6 




2 : 


-19 42: 







6 ... 


.... 







6040 


S1603 


DM (56°) 1568 


2 8 


56 8 


80.6 


22.42 


6.9... 7.3 


1832.18 


S 5 


White 


6041 


P412 


L 22772 


2 10 


-17 55 


163.0 


2.16 


8.0... 8.5 


1877.86 


J 2 




6042 


H25g8 


DM (61°) I281 


2 14 


61 9 


28.8 


30 ± 


9-10... 12 


1830 + 


H 




6043 


KU42 


DM (14°) 2476 


2 18 


14 44 


254.2 


8.84 


9.7.-- 9-9 


1901.32 


Ku 2 


Kustner (3821) 


6044 


H 1211 




2 42 


- 2 36 


i6o± 


7± 


10 ...13 


1828 + 


H 




6045 


S3078 


L 22794 


3 10 


II 58 


305.9 


9.41 


8.2. . .11.0 


1830.30 


S 4 




6046 


2 1604 


Virginis 59 


3 15 


— II II 


93-3 


11.98 


6.5... 9.0 


1831.95 


S 3 


A and B ) 

\ AC wh. 
A and C ) 












96.9 


58.00 


... 7-8 


1831.95 


S 3 


6047 


H 1212 


SD (16°) 3399 


3 24 


-16 54 


I00± 


i8± 


9-10.. .11 


1828 + 


H 




6048 


H2599 




3 40 


73 30 


114. 


8± 


10 ...13 


1830 + 


H 




6049 


H1213 


SD (5°) 3439 


4 II 


- S 47 


102 ± 


25 ± 


9 = 9 


1828 + 


H 




6050 


2 1 60s 


w" xn". 28 


4 19 


- I 34 


278.4 


23-49 


8.0... 8.5 


1830.64 


S 3 


White 


6051 


Espin 73 


i>M(5S°)i5iS 


4 21 


55 35 


20.9 


31-25 


8.2... 


1901.68 


Es 3 


AandB ) 
B and C 












305.8 


3-64 


10. 5. ..10. 7 


1901.68 


Es 3 


6052 


S3079 


SD (4°) 3246 


4 32 


- 4 5 


88.4 


14.61 


8.7. ..10.7 


1831.96 


S 3 




6053 


S 1606 


DM (40°) 2508 


4 44 


40 34 


348.6 


1.39 


6.3... 7.0 


1831.48 


S 3 


White 


6054 


A 77 


SD (5°) 3442 


4 59 


- 5 53 


59-7 


0.50 


8.1. ..10.3 


1900.34 


A 3 


{A. N. 3668) 


6055 


H3336 


DM (68°) 676 


5 I 


68 4 


264.8 


i5± 


9 ...10 


183I + 


H 




6056 


A 142 


L 22859 


5 9 


- 7 13 


23.4 


1. 51 


8.6. ..10.5 


1901.28 


A 3 




6057 


H2600 


«... 


5 9 


33 56 


345-8 


8± 


ii = ii 


1830 + 


H 




6058 


S634 


L 22863 


5 14 


-16 7 


277.0 


7-97 


8 ...10 


1824.29 


S 2 


" Small Etar Hue " 


6059 


H844 




5 19 


33 7 


320 ± 


I0± 


9 ...12 


1820 + 


H 




6060 


23080 


w xn". 50 


5 24 


-13 2 


200.3 


4-56 


8.3. ..10.3 


1831.62 


2 3 




6061 


H845 


SD (6°) 3521 


5 26 


- 6 56 


260 ± 


4-5 


10 ...12 


1820 + 


H 




6062 


S 1610 rej. 


L 22870 


5 26 


39 26 


.... 


CI. IV 


8 ...10 









6063 


S 1607 


DM (36°) 2246 


5 30 


36 45 


350-3 


33-07 


7.8... 8.3 


1830.99 


S 3 


A and B 1 „ , 
B and C ) 












320 ± 


I2± 


..-(15) 


1820 + 


H 


6064 


2 1608 


0. Arg. N. 12431 


s 31 


54 6 


223.9 


10.59 


7-5... 7-7 


1832.04 


S 3 


YeVsh wh. 


6065 


H4505 


0. Arg. S. 11977 


5 31 


-29 56 


267.3 


I2± 


8K---I3 


1835.2 


H 




6066 


H4506 


Cord. DM (23°) 10415 


5 32 


-23 18 


15.8 


4± 


8 ...13 


1836.2 


H 




6067 


Shi36 


B. A. C. 4106 


5 36 


82 23 


76.7 


63.44 


6 ... 8K 


1823.35 


Sh I 


7.7 very wh. 


6068 


2 1609 


DM (51°) 1734 


5 41 


51 30 


206.3 


10.81 


7.7... 9-5 


1831.90 


S 2 


6069 


H2601 


. . . • 


5 46 


21 4 


64.1 


I2± 


10 ...II 


1830+ 


H 




6070 


H.C.Wilson 10 


.... 


6 : 


—22 50: 


37-8 


II. 17 


9.5... 9.8 


1882.28 


W 1 


(Cin") 


6071 


HU133 


SD (21°) 3491 


6 2 


-21 51 


329.5 


1.54 


8.7... 9.0 


1900.34 


Hu 3 


{A. J. 485) 


6072 


2 1611 


DM (69°) 649 


6 6 


69 16 


7-7 


1. 41 


8. 3. ..10. 2 


1832.19 


S 3 




6073 


H2602 


.... 


6 20 


46 58 


228.3 


25 ± 


9-10. ..10 


1830 + 


H 




6074 


02(App)ii8 




6 24: 


82 35= 


.... 


CI. VI 


6.7... 8 








6075 


2 i6i2 


DM (11°) 2435 


6 28 


II 26 


8.1 


5.70 


9.2... 9.7 


1829.29 


S 3 




6076 


2 1613 


DM (36°) 2248 


6 30 


36 26 


18. 5 


1.64 


8.5... 8.8 


1832.02 


S 3 


White 


6077 


2 1614 


DM (67°) 735 


7 17 


67 44 


191. 8 


18.70 


8.0. ..10.7 


1831.50 


2 2 


Z.o white 


6078 


HU735 


Cord. DM (24°) 10222 


7 33 


-24 IS 


71.5 


0.42 


9.2... 9.2 


1900.30 


Hu I 




6079 


HU569 


DM (22°) 2452 


7 42 


22 23 


152.9 


I. 12 


9.0. ..II. 5 


1902.44 


Hu 3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


6080 


HU570 


DM (22°) 2453 


7 42 


21 58 


104.0 


2.54 


8.8. ..13.0 


1902.44 


Hu 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


6081 


H2603 


I- 22932 


7 57 


12 49 


14.4 


i5± 


7 ...14 


1830 + 


H 




6082 


21615 


DM (33°) 2205 


8 4 


33 27 


88.3 


26.93 


6.0... 8.2 


1831.90 


S 4 


YeVsh: ash 


6083 


H203 


w xn". 94 


8 6 


- 5 3 


335 ± 


25 ± 


6 ...19 


1820+ 


H 


A and B ) 
A and C ) 












205 ± 


60 ± 


...14 


l820-f 


H 


6084 


2 1616 


Virginis 75 , 


8 19 


9 27 


296.5 


23-34 


7.S... 9.7 


1828.21 


S 2 


y.SyePsh wh. 


6085 


H2604 


DM (55°) 1520 


8 22 


55 47 


335 ± 


iS± 


9 ...10 


1830+ 


H 




6086 


Innes 81 


Cord.DM(29°)963l 


8 44 


-29 5 


344-0 


2.66 


9.4. ..10.4 


1901.95 


I 2 




6087 


H204 


w" xn"". 103 


8 51 


— 40 


55 ± 


30 ± 


8-9... II 


1820+ 


H 


White: deep Hue 


6088 


2i6i8 


DM (10°) 2394 


12 8 56 


10 40 


244.6 


25.84 


8.5... 8.5 


1829.02 


S 4 


White 



131 



Z'^ 




Burnham : General Catalogue of Double Stars 








^fumber Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


6089 


2 161 7 nj. 


DM (8°) 2580 


12" 8"'56» 


8°I2' 




CI. IV 


8.5... 




S 






6090 


2 iei9 


w xn*". 105 


8 59 


- 635 


287?6' 


7-79 


7.S--. 7-8 


1829.74 


s 


4 


White 


6ogi 


H2605 




9 18 


55 41 


35o± 


20± 


II ...II 


1830+ 


H 






6092 


H3337 




9 27 


15 34 









183I + 


H 






6093 


H 1214 


DM(l°) 2673 


9 34 


I 31 


195 ± 


I2± 


10 ...14 


1828 + 


H 




A and B (See p. 
A and C ) 1074) 












330 ± 


6± 


...IS 


1828 + 


H 




6094 


P920 


Corvi 17 


9 34 


—22 41 


232.4 


0.77 


6.5... 7.0 


1879.37 


/3 


I 




6095 


2 1620 


DM (9°) 2611 


9 41 


9 42 


79-9 


1-94 


8.5. ..10.3 


1830.33 


S 


3 




6096 


A 143 


SD (7°) 3377 


9 44 


- 7 19 


148.8 


1. 00 


9.2. ..10.3 


1901.27 


A 


3 


AandB ) 
A and C J 












II3-4 


13.02 


...11.5 


1901.26 


A 


2 


6097 


21621 


DM (6°) 2573 


9 54 


6 19 


124.0 


3-44 


8.8. ..10.3 


1830.32 


S 


4 




6098 


A 144 


L 22983 


9 55 


- 6 48 


III. 3 


0.83 


8.9.. .10.0 


1901.28 


A 


3 




6099 


HU736 


DM (48°) 2010 


10 2 


48 48 




o.3± 


8.5... 


.... 


Hu 






6100 


H4509 




10 4 


—26 26 


I24± 


25 ± 


9 ...12 


1836.2 


H 






6101 


2 1623 ra/. 


DM (5°) 260S 


10 4 


5 23 


.... 


CI. IV 


9 ...10 


.... 


S 






6102 


2 1622 


2 Canum Ven. 


10 7 


41 20 


259.6 


11.42 


5.7... 8.0 


1832.16 


S 


6 


Very gold: blue 


6103 


Espin 124 


DM (42°) 2287 


10 12 


42 34 


135 ± 


5± 


9.0.. .12.5 


1902 


Es 




(M. N. LXIII, 172) 


6104 


H1215 


DM (42°) 2288 


10 38 


42 30 


35 ± 


25 ± 


9-10 = 9-10 


1828 + 


H 






6105 


2 1624 


DM (40°) 2516 


10 42 


40 16 


150.0 


6. IS 


6.8... 9-7 


1831.99 


2 


3 


6.8 wh. 


6106 


A. G. 176 


A. 6. Leiden 4638 


10 43 


30 44 


177.7 


2.48 


9-0... 9.2 


1903.42 


A 


4 




6107 


21625 


RedhiU 1 825 


II 


80 48 


218.8 


14.28 


6.5... 7.0 


1832.24 


S 


3 


Very wh. 


6108 


2x626 


0. Arg. N. 12522 


II 5 


70 49 


8.2 


2.24 


8.3... 8.5 


1831.54 


s 


3 


White 


61 og 


P796 


L 23014 


II 19 


7 16 


270.9 


0.31 


8.0... 8.8 


1881.34 


? 


3 




6110 


H2606 


DM (42°) 2289 


II 26 


41 57 


172.8 


3K± 


9-10. ..12 


1830+ 


H 




(See p. 1074) 


em 


02245 


w= xn*". 199 


II 28 


29 36 


275-1 


8.33 


6.1. ..10.2 


1848.06 


OS 


4 


^.lyel. 


6112 


P921 


Corvi 22 


II 42 


-23 21 


218.5 


3-10 


7.S-..II-6 


1880.55 


/3 


5 




61 13 


2 1627 


p xn.* 32, 33 


12 


- 3 17 


196.3 


20.06 


5-9.-. 6.4 


1830.05 


S 


4 


Very wh. 


6114 


02 246 rfj. 


Bad'. 2828 


12 23 


69 28 




obi? 


7-8... 




OS 






6115 


2 1628 


DM(:2°)2446 


12 36 


12 28 


239.3 


9.28 


8.5 ...8.7 


1828.82 


s 


2 


White 


6116 


H 1216 





12 36 


II 58 


245.0 


S± 


8-9... 9 


1828 + 


H 






6117 


Espin 74 


DM (41°) 2588 


12 42 


41 44 


120.6 


9-3 


8.0. ..12 


I90I 


Es 




(^.Af.3784) 


6118 


H206 




12 54: 


— 58: 


300 ± 


7± 


12 ...13 


1820+ 


H 




(See p. 1074) 


6119 


H4514 


Cord. DM (26°) 9085 


12 54 


—26 46 


116. 


I2± 


10 = 10 


1836.2 


H 






6120 


2 1629 rej. 


DM (3°) 2628 


13 


3 37 


.... 


CI. IV 


8-9. ..11 




S 






6121 


2 1630 


DM (57°) 1366 


13 3 


57 2 


166.8 


2.32 


8.3... 9.0 


1832.49 


s 


3 


Very wh. 


6122 


H 2607 


DM (20°) 2704 


13 8 


20 4 


242.0 


9± 


10 ...II 


1830 + 


H 






6123 


A 145 


L 23073 


13 10 


- 8 15 


164.8 


3.22 


7.0. ..14.7 


1901.27 


A 


3 




6124 


H26og 


.... 


13 18 


S 55 




.... 




1830 + 


H 






6125 


H2608 


.... 


13 47 


56 3 


268.0 


3± 


11-12=11-12 


1830 + 


H 






6126 


H847 





13 54 


II II 


I25± 


3± 


II ...12 


1820 + 


H 




"A star lom. j:/." 


6127 


P605 


B. A. C. 4149 


13 58 


-21 30 


144.2 


I. 25 


6.0... 8.0 


1878.22 


/3 


2 




6128 


2 1 63 1 rej. 


W XIX''. 1 96 


13 58 


-13 27 


268.5 


20 ± 


8-9. . .11-12 


1830 + 


H 




From H (V) 


6129 


P27 


L 23106 


13 59 


14 31 


106.5 


3-39 


7-1.. .11.0 


1875.53 


J 


4 




6130 


21632 


Canum Ven. 20 


14 IS 


38 34 


193-4 


10.09 


6.5... 9.7 


1831.38 


S 


2 


6.5 yel. 


6131 


P1245 


{■ Corvi 


14 21 


-21 33 


42.3 


4.81 


5-5-.. 13-8 


1891.31 


/3 


3 




6132 


H 207 


.... 


14 35: 


15 8: 


I00± 


20 ± 


10 = 10 


1820 + 


H 






6133 


Ho 52 


II Comae 


14 39 


18 27 


43-5 


9.08 


5 ...13 


1883.66 


Ho 


6 




6134 


21633 


Comae 55 


14 39 


27 44 


245.1 


8.74 


7.1... 7-2 


1831.40 


S 


4 


Very wh. 


6135 


21634 


wxn'". 281 


14 40 


23 35 


148.8 


5-24 


8.1... 9.9 


1830.82 


2 


4 


8.1 yeVsh wh. 


6136 


Ho 536 


DM (35°) 2332 


14 42 


35 40 


95-5 


3.28 


8.5... 9.7 


1896.90 


Ho 


3 


(^. N. 3757) 


6137 


H517 


w» xn*-. 284 


14 42 


26 26 


265 ± 


I2± 


8 ...II 


1820 + 


H 






6138 


21635 


1-23131 


14 57 


— 10 48 


173-5 


13-39 


7.7... 8.7 


1831.27 


2 


3 


White 


6139 


Howe 26 


0. Arg. S. I2I0S 


IS 19 


-23 33 


329-8 


5-53 


8.5... 8.5 


1877.37 


Cin 


1 




6140 


H2610 


DM (51°) 1746 


IS 21 


51 39 


144-7 


i8± ( 


)-io... 9-10 


1830 + 


H 




"Neat" 


6141 


HU737 


DM (4°) 2607 


IS 24 


4 13 


47.2 


2.70 


9.0... 9.3 


1900.20 


Hu 


I 




6142 


Hn 12 


DM (-I°)2656 


12 IS 43 


- I 57 

1 o< 


93.3 


1-13 


8.3... 8.8 


1881.33 


P 


3 





Within 121° of the North Pole 



12^ 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. i88o 


Dec], 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 




6143 


Espin 75 


DM (46°) 2054 


12" IS" 


54=^ 


46°29' 


2I7?6 


4-3 


9.0.. 


• 9-3 


1901 


Es 


(^. AT. 3784) 




6144 


H518 


.... 


IS 


56 


29 49 




.... 


. , 




1820 + 


H 


"Neb. II 3785' »" 




6145 


OS 247 rej. 


w xn". 237 


16 


II 


3 58 




obi.? 


7 .. 


. 


.... 


OS 


A and B i 
A and C ) 
















334-6 


12.62 


.. 


•13-5 


1899.50 


Hu 3 




6146 


Wn4 


Groom. 1878 


16 


26 


58 4S 


88.0 


49.16 


9.0.. 


• 9-3 


1863.77 


Wn 2 






6147 


S 1636 


17 Virginis 


16 


26 


S58 


336.7 


19.32 


6.2.. 


. 9-0 


1829.26 


S 3 


6.^ greenish wh. 




6148 


Sh 143 


12 Comae 


16 


28 


26 31 


168. s 


65-95 


5 •• 


. 8 


1821.38 


Sh I 


White: red 




6149 


H4517 


SD (19°) 3476 


17 


12 


-19 36 


186.3 


i5± 


8 .. 


- 9 


1835-2 


H 






6150 


H208 


DM (15°) 2458 


17 


26 


IS 36 


i6o± 


i5± 


10 .. 


.11 


1820 + 


H 






6151 


Ho 53 


L 23196 


17 


29 


14 3S 


295-3 


1.89 


8.0.. 


.11.7 


1882.95 


Ho 2 






6152 


See 150 


Lao. SI 3 1 


17 


31 


-29 40 


102.5 


17.86 


6 .. 


-13-5 


1897-37 


See I 






6153 


2 1637 rej. 


DM (24°) 2451 


17 


33 


24 6 


144.9 


120.65 


8.6.. 


• 9-5 


1804.11 


^ I 






6154 


H 209 


SD(2°)3SII 


17 


46 


— 2 23 


I40± 


25 ± 


9 •• 


. 9+ 


1820 + 


H 






6155 


02249 


Raa». 2853 


18 


2 


54 49 


315-0 


0.53 


7.2.. 


. 8.0 


1853.19 


OS 5 


A and B ) 
AB and C 5 
















149-7 


13-23 




.11.2 


1855.86 


OS 2 




6156 


OS 248 rej. 


L 23206 


18 


4 


6 38 





obi. 


7 .. 


. 


.... 


OS 






6157 


S 1638 rej. 


DM (43°) 2219 


18 


18 


43 43 




CI. Ill 


8-9.. 


. 9-10 










6158 


S1639 


Comae 68 


18 


25 


26 15 


292.8 


1. 18 


6.7.. 


• 7-9 


1836.49 


S 2 


Wh.: ashy wh. 




6159 


OS 250 


L 23220 


18 


30 


43 45 


330.7 


0.44 


7.7.. 


. 8.0 


1845.98 


OS 3 






6160 


A. 6. 177 


A. G. Alb. 4479 


18 


35 


3 S 


216.6 


6.35 


9.0.. 


.10.0 


1902.36 


M 3 






6161 


S 1641 


DM (38°) 2330 


18 


38 


38 24 


50.4 


6.14 


10.0. . 


.10.5 


1831.38 


S 2 






6162 


S 1640 rej. 


.... 


18 


44 


64 27 


229.0 


20 ± 


9 •• 


.10 


1831 + 


H 






6163 


See 152 


0. Arg. S. 12149 


19 


6 


—30 28 


87.1 


2.35 


7.7-. 


.12 


1897.38 


See 1 






6164 


0. Stone 23 


0. Alg. S. 12151 


19 


22 


-27 45 


329-7 


13-83 


8.0. . 


• 9-5 


1879.71 


Cin 2 






6165 


P606 


Corvi 35 


19 


48 


— 14 17 


97-9 


1.38 


7.0.. 


. 9-0 


1878.30 


/3 2 






6166 


S1642 


DM (45°) 2033 


19 


S3 


45 24 


183.2 


2.80 


8.0. 


. 8.8 


1832.77 


S 3 


WhiU 




6167 


P922 


L 23254 


19 


58 


- 3 49 


165.3 


0.74 


8.1. 


. 8.9 


1891.27 


? 3 






6168 


Hn 13 


DM (-1°) 2666 


20 


"7 


- I 13 


153-2 


1.40 


8.1. 


. 8.4 


1881.33 


/3 3 






6169 


H2eii 


.... 


20 


23 


— 12 56 


219.5 


8± 


12 . 


•13 


1830 + 


H 






6170 


A 78 


SD (4°) 3281 


20 


37 


- 4 56 


86.0 


0.29 


8.0. 


. 8.5 


1900.36 


A 3 






6171 


A. 6. Clark 4 


L 23271 


20 


37 


29 


233-6 


0.85 


7-5- 


.11.0 


1876.43 


Hi 3 






6172 


A 79 


w xu"". 310 


20 


SO 


— 2 52 


90.4 


0.38 


8.3. 


. 8.8 


1900.37 


A 4 


AandB ) 
AB and C ) 
















346.2 


15.62 


. 


.14-5 


1900.39 


A 2 




6173 


S637 


0. Arg. S. 12168 


20 


S9 


-19 18 


203.1 


61.63 


10 . 


.12 


1825.35 


S 3 






6174 


S1643 


DM (27°) 2135 


21 


13 


27 42 


71.2 


1.94 


8.4. 


. 8.7 


1830.36 


S 5 


White 




6175 


S 1644 


DM (8°) 2603 


21 


18 


8 3 


248.6 


21.82 


8.7. 


- 9-2 


1827.55 


S 3 


White 




6176 


HU466 


SD (17°) 3627 


21 


21 


-17 57 


34-8 


2.85 


9-5- 


.10.0 


1902.31 


Hu 3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 




6177 


P923 


Virginis 168 


22 


12 


5 4 


59-6 


2.16 


6.8. 


•13-5 


1879.33 


P 3 






6178 


S 1646 


DM (37°) 2279 


22 


13 


37 21 


254.2 


5.29 


8.5. 


.11.0 


1832.32 


S 4 


8.5 -white 




6179 


Sie4s 


L 23328 


22 


16 


45 28 


161.5 


10.44 


7.0. 


- 7-5 


1832.38 


S 3 


YeVshwh. 




6180 


p 1080 


17 Comae 


22 


SS 


26 35 


156.8 


1.79 


- 


-13-7 


1889.11 


^ 3 


B and C ) AB wh.: 
, , „ J bluish 
A and B > .^ih. 
















250.7 


145-35 


4.8. 


. 6.0 


1836.43 


s S 




6181 


OS 251 


L 23349 


23 


9 


32 3 


125.0 


0.42 


7-4- 


• 9-1 


1844.00 


OS 3 






6182 


Pi324 


DM (30°) 2281 


23 


32 


30 II 


223-3 


2.50 


9-3- 


• 9-9 


1904.19 


/3 3 






6183 


Sh 145 


S Corvi 


23 


40 


-15 SI 


213.6 


24.00 


A'A. 


• 9 


1823.27 


Sh 1 






6184 


H3339 


.... 


23 


43 


29 17 







. 


.. 


1831 + 


H 


"No description" 




6185 


P28 


B. A. C. 4213 


23 


S3 


-12 44 


353-7 


1.81 


6.4. 


.10.2 


1875.29 


^ 5 






6186 


S 1648 


DM (4°) 2622 


24 


27 


4 10 


38-4 


7-79 


7.8. 


. 9-8 


1829.58 


S 3 


7.8 yel. 




6187 


S 1647 


Virginis 191 


24 


28 


10 23 


202.4 


1.19 


7-5- 


. 7.8 


1830.07 


S 7 


White ,_ . 
(See p. 1074) 




6188 


H519 


DM (36°) 2275 


24 


32 


36 48 


360 ± 


1S± 


10 


= 10 


1820 + 


H 


H (V) i?5:22'±: 

9=9 




6189 


H2612 


DM (76°) 450 


24 


34 


75 55 


300 ± 


10± 


9 • 


.12 


1830-f 


H 




6190 


H2613 


DM (74°) 498 


24 


50 


74 4 


314-I 


20 ± 


10-11 


..II 


1830 + 


H 






6191 


A. 6. 178 


A. G. Alb. 4504 


24 


55 


2 46 


287.2 


1-32 


8.5- 


.. 8.8 


1901.36 


^ 2 






6192 


Shi46 


DM (2°) 2552 


25 


7 


I 59 


289.6 


49-74 


7 • 


. &% 


1823.42 


Sh 2 






6193 


S 1649 


w xn"". 400 


25 


24 


— 10 25 


194.1 


15-17 


7.2. 


. 8.0 


1830.60 


S 3 


White 




6194 


Hu 467 


SD (17°) 3641 


25 


28 


-17 9 


123.9 


0.80 


9.2. 


..10.8 


1902.31 


Hu 3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 




6195 


21650 


DM (25°) 2518 


12 25 


33 


25 17 


178-3 


17.04 


8.5. 


.10.0 


1830.38 


S 2 





133 



12»' 







Burnham: 


General Catalogue of Double Stars 








Numbei 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. I 


B80 


Decl. j88o 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


6196 


S1651 


Comae 88 


12'' 25"" 


45^ 


27°4i' 


2i8?4 


6f6o 


8.1... 9.9 


1830.80 


2 


4 


8.J )'ersk wh. 


6197 


H2614 




25 


58 


41 14 


224.3 


i8± 


10 ...II 


1830 + 


H 






6198 


H21I 




26 


12: 


- I 14: 


275 ± 


3± 


12 ...13 


1820 + 


H 






6199 


HU571 


DM (20°) 2730 


26 


16 


20 40 


81. 1 


0.26 


8.8... 8.8 


1902.51 


Hu 


2 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 


6200 


S 1652 


DM (21°) 2429 


26 


30 


21 46 


181. 9 


6.02 


9.0... 9.0 1830.04 


2 


3 




6201 


A. G. 179 


A. G. Berlin 4544 


26 


45 


23 40 


136.4 


0.91 


9.0. . .lO.u 


1902.49 


Hu 


I 




6202 


H 1217 


w xn''. 421 


26 


53 


- I 38 


3io± 


25 ± 


8 ...15 


1828 + 


H 




8 6m. in DM 


6203 


H4527 




26 


54 


— 23 ID 


94.3 


2± 


II = II 


1834 + 


H 




(See p. 1074) 


6204 


S1654 


0. Arg. N. 12741 


27 


13 


75 28 


26.0 


3.74 


7.3... 8.8 


1832.12 


S 


3 


Yel.: blue 


6205 


H2I2 


DM (10°) 2438 


27 


24 


10 51 


265 ± 


30 ± 


9 ... 9 


1820 + 


H 






6206 


S1653 


W xn*". 549 


27 


27 


32 42 


343.2 


7.80 


8.3... 8.5 


1831.96 


2 


3 


White 


6207 


2 1656 


DM (39°) 2535 


27 


44 


39 17 


204.7 


26.78 


8.5... 8.5 


1831.37 


S 


3 


White 


6203 


Lvs 


SD (17°) 3651 


27 


53 


-17 32 


32.6 


1.40 


7.1... 9.7 


1888.19 


Lv 


2 




6209 


P797 


DM (6°) 2630 


28 


27 


6 38 


171. 2 


0.73 


8.5... 8.6 


1881.31 


? 


3 


AandB ) 
AB and C \ 














3-2 


77.29 


... 9.0 


1881.31 


P 


3 


6210 


Ho 537 


DM (34°) 2331 


28 


31 


34 50 


181. 2 


0.77 


8 ...10 


1896.34 


Ho 


3 




6211 


S 1658 


DM (8°) 2621 


29 





8 7 


341.5 


2.02 


8.0... 9.8 


1830.64 


2 


3 


Z.oyeVsh 


6212 


S1657 


24 Comae 


29 


6 


19 2 


271.9 


20.42 


4.7... 6.2 


1830.03 


2 


6 


Yel.: very blue 


6213 


2 1660 


DM (59°) 1450 


29 


27 


58 54 


118. 6 


19.54 


8.8.. .10.0 


1831.53 


2 


3 




6214 


H 1218 


L 23536 


29 


28 


— 16 10 


266. 


I2± 


7 ...15 


1828 + 


H 




White: red 


6215 


2 1659 


SD (11°) 3330 


29 


32 


— II 23 


351.9 


27.08 


8.0... 8.1 


1832.28 


2 


4 


A and B 1 














68.8 


30.92 


. . .11.0 


1832.28 


2 


4 


A-»C AB^.... 














115. 6 


36.22 


.... 


1832.28 


2 


4 


B andC ) 


6216 


2 1661 


w xn"". 476 


29 


57 


12 4 


226.0 


2.56 


8.5... 8.5 


1828.67 


2 


3 


White 


6217 


H848 




30 


2 


- 7 39 


3io± 


8± 


II ...12 


1820 + 


H 






6218 


2 1662 


DM (57°) 1381 


30 


16 


57 14 


229.5 


20.19 


7.7.. .10.0 


1831.53 


2 


3 


1.1 yel. 


6219 


Hu 134 


SD (11°) 3337 


30 


37 


-11 43 


55.7 


2.57 


8.5. ..10.5 


1900.39 


Hu 


3 


(.A.J.4SS) 


6220 


A 562 


A. G. Berlin 4562 


30 


45 


24 18 


5.0 


3.20 


8.6. ..13.5 


1903.42 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


6221 


A. G. 180 


DM (21°) 2434 


30 


49 


20 54 








7.7... 










6222 


2 1663 = 
02252 


DM (21°) 2436 


31 


12 


21 52 


116. 8 


0.81 


7.8... 8.7 


1830.38 


2 


3 




6223 


Pritchett 





31 


18: 


- 7 


76.8 


5.89 


.... 


1880.36 


Pt 


I 




6224 


H2615 




31 


24 


-13 13 


288.6 


8± 


12 ...12 


1830 + 


H 






6225 


2 1664 


w xni-. 508 


32 


7 


— 10 51 


271.6 


17.10 


7.7... 8.8 


1830.23 


2 


3 


Yel.: blue 


6226 


H 1219 


DM (45°) 2055 


32 


14 


45 24 


85 ± 


8± 


10= 10 


1828 + 


H 






6227 


EU468 


SD (17°) 3667 


32 


16 


-17 53 


301.4 


1.03 


9.0. ..12.2 


1902.32 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


6228 


H2616 





32 


27 


14 27 








1830 + 


H 






6229 


21665 


w xn". 516 


32 


30 


- 4 40 


97.4 


8.83 


8.5... 9.0 


1830.23 


2 


3 


White 


6230 


S639 


p xni". 143 


32 


33 


- 3 43 


105.4 


50.55 


8 ...13-14 


1825.36 


S 


3 




6231 


H4537 


Cord.DM(30°)l004I 


32 


56 


-30 8 


355 ± 


I2± 


9 ...II 


1834.3 


H 






6232 


H 1220 




33 





- 54 


5o± 


4± 


10-11. .11-12 


1828 + 


H 






6233 


2 1666 


DM (15°) 2491 


33 


8 


14 59 


189.8 


7.10 


7.9...IO.O 


1830.08 


2 


4 


l.qyel'sh wh. 


6234 


2 1667 


DM (65°) 894 


34 


23 


65 20 


38.9 


1.09 


8.5... 9.5 


1832.89 


2 


5 


White 


6235 


H213 





34 


28: 


15 55: 


225 ± 


i5± 




1820 + 


H 






6236 


2 1668 


Virginis 270 


34 


50 


9 29 


196.9 


1.70 


7.5... 8.0 


1830.02 


2 


3 


Very wh. 


6237 


H2617 


w xn"". 710 


34 


51 


40 57 


10.8 


4± 


9 . . .10 


1830 + 


H 






6238 


P607 


Schj. 4572 


35 


2 


- 48 


315.8 


1. 16 


8.8. ..11.0 


1878.23 


P 


4 




6239 


2 1669 


Corvi 58 


35 


3 


— 12 21 


298.9 


5.44 


6.5... 6.5 


1828.66 


2 


3 


Yel 'eh wh. 


6240 


H2618 


DM (75°) 477 


35 


10 


75 21 


24.6 


20 ± 


9 = 9 


1830 + 


H 






6241 


H26ig 


0. Arg. K. 12895 


35 


25 


75 5 


270.0 


25 ± 


8-9... II 


1830 + 


H 






6242 


5 VI. 8i 


27 Virginis 


35 


32 


II 5 





88.80 




1783.10 


3Jt 


I 




6243 


2 1670 


7 Virginis 


35 


37 


- 47 


277.9 


2.37 


3.0... 3.0 


1825.32 


2 


6 


A and B ) 














159.4 


53.12 


...14.5 


1889.30 


P 


3 


A and C (■ AB yePsh 














88.0 


102.78 


...11.6 


1880.27 


P 


3 


BandD ) 


6244 


Ho 54 


w xni". 573 


12 35 


46 


10 33 


102.9 


120. II 


7.0... 


1882.43 


Ho 


I 


A and BC 1 














151.0 


1.48 


10 ...10 


1882.43 


Ho 


I 


B and C [ 














35.7 


2± 


...13.5 


1883.41 


Ho 


I 


BCandD ) 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



12'' 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Dbserver 


Notes 


6245 


P924 


31 Virginis 


12" 35" 52' 


7°28' 


29?0 


3-66 


5. 8. ..II. 6 


1880.14 


P 


5 




6246 


¥ N. 143 




36 : 


8 42: 


sp 


CI. I 


.... 


1802.08 


lit 


1 




6247 


Z 1671 rej. 


DM (69°) 673 


36 6 


69 10 


.... 


.... 


8. ..9. ..9 





s 




CI. IV and V 


6248 


H4542 


0. Arg. S. 1235s 


36 14 


-23 57 


60.6 


3o± 


7>^---I2 


1836.2 


H 




In 0. Arg. 9 m. 


6249 


S 1673 rej. 


DM ( — I°)27l6 


36 49 


- 1 36 








9 ...10 








CI. III-IV 

(See p. 1074) 


6250 


S 1672 


w" xn'>. 747 


36 So 


34 28 


314-1 


4. IS 


8.0... 9-2 


1832.30 


S 


4 


8.0 white 


6251 


H215 


.... 


37 30: 


- 4 8: 


285 ± 


2-3 


[2 ...14 


1820+ 


H 






6252 


HU738 


SD(n°)3353 


37 33 


— II 21 


243.6 


6.50 


6. 3. ..II. 5 


1900.24 


Hu 


3 




6253 


S 1674 


DM (8°) 2636 


37 43 


8 13 


174.4 


2.35 


8.5... 9.2 


1829.65 


S 


3 


White 


6254 


Ho 380 


w xh". 766 


37 SI 


15 46 


348.5 


1.62 


8.2. ..12 


1892.35 


Ho 


2 




6255 


H 1221 


.... 


38 : 


74 11: 


260 ± 


— 





1828 + 


H 






6256 


OS 253 


L 23748 


38 3 


21 SO 


238.1 


6.56 


7.3---IO-5 


1847.31 


OS 


4 


7.0 white 


6257 


OS 254 rej. 


Rad'. 2904 


38 18 


59 32 





obi.? 


7 ••• 




OS 






6258 


Ho 256 


DM (36°) 2305 


38 23 


36 26 


IOI.9 


o.5± 


7-0... 9.0 


1887.40 


Ho 


I 




6259 


S1675 


DM (35°) 2370 


38 40 


35 4 


9.6 


31.07 


8.3... 9.0 


1831.38 


S 


3 


Yel'sh: wh. 


6260 


S 1676 


DM (37°) 2317 


38 44 


36 56 


348.9 


4. II 


9.2... 9.9 


1832.14 


s 


5 




6261 


S 1677 


w" xn''. 635 


39 7 


- 3 14 


348.4 


15.90 


7.0... 8.0 


1830.61 


s 


3 


Yel'sh: wh. 


6262 


H521 


DM (28°) 2148 


39 II 


28 3 


I0± 


20 ± 


7 ...20 


1820 + 


H 






6263 


S 1678 


DM (15°) 2504 


39 26 


IS 2 


211. 6 


32.60 


6.3... 7-0 


1832.27 


s 


6 


Very wh,: 

yeVsh wh. 


6264 


H4S49 




39 34 


-23 47 


135 ± 


i5± 


I0>^...II 


1836.2 


H 






6265 


H217 




39 51: 


10 49: 


160 ± 


25± 





1820 + 


H 




\ 












220 ± 


25 ± 


.... 


1820 + 


H 




6266 


0. Stone 24 




40 2 


-21 47 


113.3 


i.5± 


8. 5. ..10. 5 


1879-35 


Cin 


I 




6267 


OS 255 rej. 


■w xni". 654 


40 8 


3 7 


337.6 


20.20 


7 ...12 


1878.28 


/3 


I 




6268 


S 1679 


0. Arg. N. 12973 


40 28 


50 29 


208.3 


5-52 


8.5... 9-0 


1832.05 


S 


3 


White 


6269 


A. G. 181 


A. G. Leid. 4764 


41 28 


34 36 







9-3--- 




... 






6270 


H4551 




41 48 


-24 9 


321.2 


20 ± 


10 = 10 


1835-4 


H 




" Between two bright 
stars" 


6271 


P459 


w xn"". 689 


41 58 


4 7 


289.5 


3.80 


8. 2. ..II. 5 


1877-93 


A 


2 




6272 


A.G. 182 


A. 6. Leid. 4768 


42 i5 


34 59 


192.4 


2.27 


9.2.. .10.0 


1904.26 


/3 


I 




6273 


HUI35 


SD (12°) 3700 


42 47 


-12 58 


3530 


3-38 


8.7... 9-3 


1900.32 


Hu 


4 


M./.48S) 


6274 


8642 


w» xn". 848 


42 49 


14-42 


36.2 


54-42 


8>^...il 


1825.34 


S 


2 




627s 


0. Stone 25 


. t . . 


43 •■ 


—20 40 


1.6 


I0± 


8.5.. .10.0 


1879.35 


Cin 


I 


(CinS) 


6276 


Hn 117 


DM (8°) 2644 


43 4 


8 18 


16.8 


2-39 


9. 1. ..'9. 5 


1888.36 


Com 3 




6277 


S 1680 


DM (22°) 251S 


43 18 


22 26 


341.4 


3-01 


8. 8.. .11.0 


1830.66 


S 


3 




6278 


S 1681 


wxn". 719 


43 29 


4 28 


193-5 


8-47 


8.5... 8.5 


1830.32 


S 


3 


White 


6279 


Hu 136 


SD (17°) 3715 


44 10 


-17 56 


1317 


0-75 


9.0... 9-4 


1900.35 


Hu 


2 


(^.7.485) 


6280 


A 563 


A. 6. Berlin B. 4621 


44 II 


24 48 


210.0 


0.44 


9.0... 9.8 


1903-43 


A 


4 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


6281 


Hu 640 


DM (21°) 2462 


44 47 


21 11 


94-5 


0.39 


9-S--- 9-5 


1902.54 


Hu 


1 




6282 


H4553 


. • • ■ 


44 49 


—29 6 


348.6 


8± 


10 ...II 


1835.2 


H 






6283 


S1717 


DM (89°) 21 


45 : 


89 20 


340.7 


7.80 


8.6. ..lo.o 


1832.89 


S 


5 




6284 


S 1682 


p xn*". 196 


45 8 


- 9 41 


308.8 


33-65 


6.7... 9-0 


1831.61 


S 


3 


6.7 j-e/. 


628s 


H4S54 


Lac. 5301 


45 IS 


-30 25 


28 ± 


i8± 


6 ...10 


1834-3 


H 






6286 


S 1683 


SD (5°) 3585 


45 28 


- 5 29 


197.2 


15-35 


8. 3.. .11.0 


1831.61 


S 


3 


i.iyel. 


6287 


H522 


30 Comae 


45 SI 


28 13 


3± 


35-40 


6 ...18 


1820+ 


H 






6288 


H849 




45 52 


10 17 


3i5± 


2± 


II ...12 


1820 + 


H 






6289 


S1685 


P xn". 201, 202 


45 59 


19 49 


200.8 


15.82 


6.8... 7.3 


1829.87 


S 
S 


6 


White 


6290 


S 1684 rej. 


DM (26°) 4399 


46 2 


26 20 





CI. IV 


7 ...10 








6291 
6292 


H 523 




46 9 


35 26 


360 ± 


I0± 


10 = 10 


1820 + 


H 






S 23, App. I 


32 and 33 Comae 


46 14 


17 43 


48.8 


194-77 


5.3--- 6.1 


1836.32 


S 
H 


5 


Yel.: wh. 


6293 


H2621 


W XU". 766 


46 25 


7 52 




40 ± 


9. ..9. ..II 


1830-I- 






6294 


H524 


DM (32°) 2288 


46 42 


32 35 


IIO± 


I2± 


10 ...II 


1820 + 


H 






6295 
6296 


S 1686 
S1687 


Virginis 359 
35 Comae 


46 59 

47 23 


IS 41 

21 54 


187.6 

25-3 

124-7 


5-37 

1-43 

28.60 


8.0... 8.2 

5.0... 7-8 

... 9.0 


1829.33 
1829.99 
1830. IS 


S 
S 

s 


3 
5 
4 


White 
AandB)j^g^^;,^^. 

A and C J "«' 


6297 


0. Stone 26 


0. Arg. H. 12501 


47 25 


—28 40 


31-5 


2-99 


7.6... 9-5 


1881.34 


/3 


3 




6298 


H218 


.... 


12 47 26 


18 37 


265 ± 


I0± 


II ...12 


1820+ 


H 







lae 



12» 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl, 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


6299 


S643 


I, 24020-21 


12'' 47°'4o^ 


-I7°23' 


295-1 


23-51 


8 . 


•• 9 


1825.26 


s 


4 




6300 


H 1222 


p xu". 209 


47 40 


47 26 







9-10. 




1828 + 


H 






6301 


H4S56 


Tar. 5376 


47 48 


-27 18 


83.0 


7± 


8 . 


. .10 


1835.2 


H 






6302 


S 1688 


L 24038 


47 S3 


38 37 


346.0 


14.19 


8.5. 


. .10.0 


1831.34 


2 


2 


8.5 white 


6303 


S 1694 


Camelopardali 32 (Hev 


48 13 


84 4 


327.2 


21.75 


4.9. 


•- 5.4 


1832.51 


S 


4 


Very wh. 


6304 


H 2622 


DM (43°) 2274 


48 46 


43 28 


337-5 


i8± 


9-10. 


■-13 


1830 + 


H 






6305 


H 2623 


DM (43°) 2275 


49 


43 33 


169.9 


20 ± 


10 . 


..13 


1830 + 


H 






6306 


H4558 





49 22 


-29 29 


182.8 


20 ± 


<)%. 


..10 


1835.2 


H 






6307 


S 1689 


p xn"". 221 


49 29 


12 9 


198.4 


28.66 


6.7. 


.. 9.0 


1827.78 


2 


2 


YeVsh: bluish 


6308 




S Virginis 


49 34 


4 3 


142.3 


152-03 


3K- 


..10.5 


1879.30 


|3 


2 




6309 


2 1691 


DM (58°) 1402 


49 SO 


58 49 


276.5 


19-05 


8.2. 


.. 9.0 


1831.53 


2 


3 


White 


6310 


H850 




49 52 


8 SI 


I73± 


5± 


10 . 


. .11 


1820+ 


H 






631 1 


S i6go 


w xn". 831 


SO 4 


- 4 13 


149.8 


5-85 


7.4. 


.. 8.9 


1832.47 


2 


6 


Wh.: bluish 


6312 


OS 256 


L 24098 


SO 17 


— 18 


57-2 


0.66 


7.2. 


.. 7-6 


1848.70 


02 


6 


White 


6313 


i: 1692 


12 Canum Ven. 


SO 25 


38 58 


227.3 


19.92 


3-2. 


.. 5-7 


1830.52 


2 


4 


White 


6314 


2 1697 rej. 


w xu''. 998 


SO 34 


43 2 





CI. IV 


8 . 


-■ 9 




2 






6315 


2 1693 


w xn". 844 


SO 36 


7 40 


335.2 


8.3S 


9.0. 


•• 9-7 


1828.28 


2 


3 




6316 


Ho 538 


I-24113 


SO 38 


21 40 


117. 8 


2.10 


8.7. 


.12 


1 894.. 35 


Ho 


3 


(4.^.3557) 


6317 


2 i6g8 


0. Arg. H. 13151 


SO SS 


75 18 


109.5 


10.31 


8.2. 


.. 8.7 


1831.58 


2 


2 


White 


6318 


2 1695 


Ursae Majoris 417 


SI 3 


54 45 


289.1 


3.26 


6.3. 


. 8.2 


1832.13 


2 


3 


Wh.: ash 


6319 


P925 


Groom. 1938 


St 6 


44 12 


211. 3 


7. II 


6.5. 


.12.U 


1879.82 


P 


2 




6320 


A 146 


L 24121 


SI 13 


- 9 6 


308.0 


1.82 


7-S. 


. 9.8 


1901.27 


A 


3 




6321 


02257 


Had". 2940 


SI IS 


46 16 


353-6 


13-08 


7.5. 


. 8.2 


1846.73 


02 


3 




6322 


H 2624 





51 20 


— 16 30 


223. 5 


i8± 


9 . 


.10 


1830-f 


H 






6323 


O.Stone 27 


L 24129 


SI 32 


— 12 29 


65.1 


2.03 


7.8. 


. 8.0 


1880.30 


Cin 


3 




6324 


2 i6g6 


w xn*". loio 


SI 38 


31 I 


202.5 


3.60 


8.0. 


. 8.2 


1832.60 


2 


3 


Very wh. 


632s 


H2626 




SI 43 


70 41 


54-5 


I2± 


II . 


.12 


1830+ 


H 






6326 


P926 


L 24147 


52 14 


- 5 24 


270.4 


2.06 


8.1. 


.11.3 


1880.33 


P 


3 




6327 


H2627 


DM (48°) 2069 


52 16 


48 7 


135-5 


i6± 


9-10. 


.11 


1830+ 


H 






6328 


Hu 641 


DM (50°) 196S 


52 30 


50 27 


8.7 


0.30 


10. 0. 


.10.0 


1902.96 


Hu 


I 




6329 


2 1699 


w xn"". 1030 


S2 54 


28 8 


1.2 


1-47 


7.8. 


. 7.8 


1830.41 


2 


3 




6330 


2 1700 


DM (27°) 2201 


52 54 


27 46 


83.4 


7.07 


8.2. 


.10.0 


1831.34 


2 


3 


8 . 2 yel'sh 


6331 


2 1702 


DM (39°) 2586 


52 56 


38 56 


82.7 


35.65 


8.0. 


. 8.5 


1831.35 


2 


2 


YeTsh wh.: wh. 


6332 


02258 


Rad'. 2946 


52 s8 


83 10 


70.2 


10.41 


6.8. 


.10.0 


1848.17 


02 


3 


T.syel. 


6333 


2 1703 


L 24179 


S3 7 


833 


283.1 


22.65 


8.0. 


.11.0 


1829.27 


2 


2 


8.0 yel'sh 


6334 


2 1 701 


DM (7°) 2600 


S3 16 


7 9 


306.6 


21.68 


7.5. 


• 9.5 


1829.74 


S 


2 


l.SyePsh 


6335 


H2628 


DM (59°) I47S 


S3 21 


59 I 


34-6 


25 ± 


9 . 


.10-11 


1830+ 


H 




8.3 m. in DM 


6336 


H262g 


DM(74°)Sl6 


S3 23 


74 46 


36.5 


i8± 


9 . 


•13 


1830+ 


H 






6337 


2 1704 


44 Virginis 


53 29 


- 3 10 


53-0 


21.29 


6.0. 


.11.2 


1830.63 


2 


3 


6.0 wh. 


6338 


H 1223 


DM (43°) 2285 


S3 45 


43 24 


I90± 


i5± 


9 . 


.11-12 


1828+ 


H 






6339 


2 1706 rej. 


w xn". 896 


S3 45 


I I 


i8o± 


i5± 


8 .. 


.10.5 


1876 


? 






6340 


A 564 


A. G. Berlin 4659 


54 16 


24 21 


329.7 


1.52 


8.8.. 


.12.2 


1903.32 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


6341 


H 1224 




54 19 


- 5 25 


So± 


S± 


II . . 


.12 


1828 + 


H 




"Close to neb." 


6342 


A. G.Clark 5 


46 Virginis 


54 25 


- 2 43 


159-2 


1.28 


6 .. 


.11 


1876.41 


HI 


3 


A and B ) 
A and C $ 












116. 9 


33-86 




•13 


1878.28 


/3 


I 


6343 


P 1081 


37 Comae 


54 32 


31 26 


3SI-3 


5. 15 


4-5.. 


.13-8 


1889.13 


P 


3 




6344 


Hn 14 


Lam. 1121 


54 39 


3 31 


262.2 


2.81 


8.3.. 


.10.5 


1881.43 


/3 


3 




6345 


P 112 


P xn''. 243 


54 46 


19 1 


292.4 


1.75 


9.6.. 


. 10. 


1875.08 


A 


3 


B and C ■\ 
A and BC ) 












347.4 


153-39 


6.2.. 




1875.38 


A 


2 


6346 


2 1 70s 


DM (15°) 2531 


54 49 


15 2 


i88.o 


26.77 


8.2.. 


• 9-7 


1827.80 


2 


2 




6347 


2 1707 


DM(l6°) 2446 


ss 17 


16 31 


30.9 


10.22 


8.5. . 


.10.3 


1828.90 


2 


3 




6348 


P 1082 


78 Ursae Majoris 


55 35 


57 I 


74.6 


1.50 


6.0. . 


. 9-6 


1889.17 


P 


6 




6349 


2 1708 


w xn''. 937 


56 6 


7 56 


296.5 


II. 14 


8.5. . 


.10.0 


1828.28 


2 


2 




6350 


H2630 


— 


56 6 


— 16 51 


99.2 


i3± 


II . . 


.11 + 


1830+ 


H 






6351 


Barnard 6 


DM (16°) 2448 


56 31 


16 12 


41.3 


2.97 


9.1.. 


, 


1895.30 


Bar 


I 


(^.7.447) 


6352 P 927 1 


L 24257 


12 56 34 


- S 53 


291.3 


4.17 


8.3.. 


.10.3 


1880.31 


P 


3 





126 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



12— 13»^ 



Number 


Double Star 


Stat Catalogue 


R.A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


6353 


H 1225 




12'' 56"' 38" 


— l''20' 


1I0°± 


ir± 


11 ...12 


1828 + 


H 




6354 


2 1709 


DM (24°) 2528 


56 40 


24 9 


249.3 


2.17 


7.1... 9.9 


1831.84 


S 4 


7.1 very wA. 


6353 


A. G. 183 


DM (23°) 2528 


56 44 


23 36 






8.2... 










6356 


Htti37 


SD (11°) 3421 


56 47 


— 11 31 


120.7 


3.58 


9.1... 9-2 


1900.47 


Hu 3 


(^-/-485) 


6357 


H2631 


DM (57°) 1412 


56 54 


57 33 


222.6 


i8± 


9-10 -..13 


1830 + 


H 


"A large star jrj»" 


6358 


S 1711 


DM (14°) 2572 


56 54 


14 7 


355-9 


1-43 


8.5... 9-0 


1829.35 


S 3 




6359 


H2633 


DM (74°) 518 


56 55 


74 21 


96.0 


3± 


10-11 = 10-11 


1830 + 


H 


"A neat star" 


6360 


2 1710 


DM (11°) 2530 


56 57 


II 5 


266.3 


2.21 


8.7. . .10.0 


1828.35 


S 3 




6361 


A. 6. 184 


DM (23°) 2530 


57 9 


23 17 






7.5... 





.... 




6362 


P928 


I, 24274 


57 10 


- 5 47 


313-2 


1.83 


7.8... 8.7 


1880.31 


^ 3 




6363 


P341 


Hydrae 348 


57 20 


-19 56 


136-2 


0.83 


6.2... 6.7 


1877.00 


i 3 




6364 


Kr4i 


A. G. Hels. 7413 


57 32 


57 4 


336.9 


3-40 


9.0... 9.4 


1891.29 


/S I 




6365 


H2632 


0. Arg. N. 13242 


57 34 


47 22 


358.6 


l6± 


9 ---13 


1830 + 


H 


(See p. 1074) 


6366 


S 1713 rej. 


DM (26°) 2420 


57 41 


26 26 





CI. IV 


8 ... 8-9 




2 




6367 


P929 


48 Virginis 


57 43 


- 3 I 


229.4 


0.48 


6.2... 6.2 


1879.40 


? 3 




6368 


S 1712 


DM (10°) 2506 


57 46 


10 6 


336.6 


8-57 


9.0... 9.4 


1828.77 


2 4 




6369 


S1714 


wxh"". in6 


57 49 


24 17 


311-0 


3-03 


8.8... 9.2 


1832.60 


S 3 




6370 


H2634 




57 54 


48 23 


64-3 


20 ± 


9-10. . .14 


1830 + 


H 


(See p. 1074) 


6371 


S1715 


wxn». 1121 


58 9 


20 2 


229.7 


6.82 


8.6... 9.6 


1831.82 


2 4 




6372 


H 1226 


.... 


58 14 


41 32 


215.8 


8± 


10 = 10 


1828 + 


H 




6373 


S 1716 


Virginis 427 


58 28 


9 18 


151-3 


2.60 


8. I.. .10.9 


1831.09 


S 4 




6374 


P798 


I, 24307 


58 40 


-17 2 


174-3 


0.54 


8.1... 8.5 


1881.38 


|3 S 




6375 


H2635 




58 43 


4 19 


147-1 


8± 


12 = 12 


1830 + 


H 




6376 


2 1720 


Redlimi938 


58 48 


83 35 


334-5 


1.62 


8.4... 8.7 


1832.78 


2 4 


Very wk. 


6377 


H2636 


t • • • 


59 IS 


70 42 


326.8 


i5± 


11 = 11 


1830+ 


H 




6378 


A 10 


SD (4°) 3415 


59 33 


- 4 25 


350.6 


2.72 


10.5. ..10.8 


1899.36 


A 2 


(A. N. 363s) 


6379 


H220 


L 24330 


59 34 


15 22 


35 ± 


5± 


8 ...18 


1820+ 


H 




6380 


Espin 125 


DM (42°) 2370 


59 54 


42 19 


119.1 


2.4 


8.0. ..10.6 


1902 


Es 2 


(.M. tf. LXIII, 17a) 


6381 


Ho 257 


wxn". :i57 


13 4 


26 52 


IS5-3 


1.80 


8.8... 8.9 


1887.28 


Ho 2 




6382 


H2637 


SD (20°) 3775 


14 


—20 31 


262. 5 


90 ± 


8 ... 8-9 


i830-f 


H 




6383 


HU643 


0. Arg. H. 13289 


14 


51 38 


203.1 
272.4 


0.34 
13-12 


9. 5-. .10-5 
8.5... 9.0 


1904-32 
1831.50 


Hu 3 
2 2 


AandB ) (AC= 
AB and C J 2 1718) 


6384 


Hu739 


DM (21°) 2486 


24 


21 22 


33. 5 


0.80 


8.8. ..14.5 


1902.54 


Hu I 




6385 


P 1083 


p xn". 268 


27 


29 40 


237-3 


0.49 


U.S. ..11.7 


1889.11 


^ 3 


B and C y 












209.6 


6± 


6 ... 


1830 + 


H 


A and EC |- 












6.0 


20 ± 


...(15) 


1830+ 


H 


AandD ) 


6386 


P930 


B. A. 0. 4389 


28 


45 55 


109.2 


2.68 


6.0. ..12.3 


1879.28 


|3 3 




6387 


H 2639 


w xn"". 1 172 


43 


41 34 


165.5 


20 ± 


8-9... 16 


1830+ 


H 


"A third star 13 m. 
more distant" 


6388 


Lewis 12 




I : 


27 35= 


192.3 


0.43 


9.0... 9-5 


1899.29 


L I 


(See p. 1074) 


6389 


P 799 


Groom, i960 


1 7 


73 40 


238.7 


0.57 


6.5... 8.5 


1881.34 


/3 5 




6390 


S 1719 


w xn^. 1027 


I 13 


I 14 


3-1 


7-24 


7.3.-- 7-8 


1830.01 


S 3 


Very wh,: 

yel^sh wh. 


6391 


Comstock 


SD (17°) 3774 


1 24 


— 17 21 


182.6 


3.27 


8 ... 12 


1888.38 


Com I 




6392 


H 2640 


DM (13°) 2634 


I 36 


12 56 


4-1 


45 ± 


8-9... 9-10 


1830 + 


H 




6393 


OS 259 rej. 


L 24394 


I 54 


24 39 


21.3 


39-26 


7.6... 8.0 


1867.23 


i 3 


White 


6394 


A. G. 185 


DM (24°) 2542 


2 17 


23 56 







9.2... 




.... 




6395 


OS 260 


DM (27°) 2219 


2 18 


27 35 


III. 3 


0-75 


7.9--- 8.3 


1845-75 


02 5 




6396 


S647 


■w'xn". 1053 


2 19 


— 2 2 


213-9 


43-13 


8 ...13 


1825.36 


S 2 




6397 


S 1 721 


w xn*". 1055 


2 25 


I 45 


358.3 


6-37 


9-3--- 9-5 


1829.64 


S 3 




6398 


S 1722 


Comae 1 79 


2 30 


16 8 


343-9 


3-55 


7.8... 8.8 


1829.30 


2 3 


Yel'sh: bluish 


6399 


H2643 


.... 


2 41 


77 27 


49-3 


5± 


11 ...12 


1830+ 


H 




6400 


S 1723 


DM (39°) 2607 


2 43 


39 23 


7-8 


6.71 


8.0... 9-3 


1832.01 


2 


8.0 yel'sh wk. 


6401 


H 2642 




2 43 


49 55 


179.4 


8± 


10 ...II 


1830+ 


H 


"Neat" 


6402 


H2641 




2 54 


8 38 


231.9 


5± 


12 ...13 


1830+ 


H 




6403 


H2644 


DM (77°) 502 


3 12 


76 56 


76.4 


30 ± 


9-10. . .9-10 


1830+ 


H 


B =DM (77') 501 


6404 


HU572 


DM (22°) 2545 


:3 3 19 


22 6 


348.6 


0.41 


8.0... 9.0 


1902.47 


Hu 3 


{Bui. L. 0. No. 27) 



137 



13" 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number 



6405 

6406 
6407 
6408 
6409 
6410 

641 1 
6412 
6413 
6414 

6415 
6416 
6417 
6418 
6419 
6420 
6421 
6422 
6423 
6424 
6425 
6426 
6427 
642S 
6429 
6430 

6431 
6432 
6433 
6434 

6435 
6436 
6437 
6438 
6439 
6440 

6441 
6442 

6443 
6444 

6445 
6446 
6447 
6448 
6449 
6450 

6451 
6452 

6453 
6454 
645s 
6456 



Double Star 



2 1724 
2 1728 

2 1727 
H 1227 

peog 

P608 

P931 

02(App)i2i 
2 1729 

H2645 
02261 

Howe 27 
2 1730 

HU573 

H 1228 
02 262 
P 221 

Sh 151 
2 1731 

H 221 

S 648 
2 1732 

O.Stone 28 

Ho 55 

H4575 

H 2647 

Sh 162 
02 (App) 122 
P342 
2 25, App. I 

H528 
An 
See 174 
S 1733 
H2648 
9 II. 46 

A. 6. 186 
psoo 

P 222 

H 1230 

H 1229 
02263 

5 VI. 90 
W. Upton 2 

H 222 

Hu 740 
H 2649 

H529 
H223 
Hu 644 

2 1734 
H 2650 



Star Catalogue 



6 Virginis 

42 Comae 

DM (32°) 2324 

w xm*". 27 
17 Canum Ven. 

Virginis 454 
Rad'. 2973 
DM (31°) 2462 

53 Virginis 
L 24530 
Lac. S440 

DM (37°) 2376 
DM (23°) 2548 
SD (2°) 3647 
Had". 2977 

L 24532 

54 Virginis 
L 24542 

w xm"". 93 

DM (59°) 1493 
L 24560 
L 24574 

0. Arg. S. 12732 
Virginis 475 

P xni''. 25 

Rad'. 2982 

0. Arg. S. 12741 

Rad'. 2985 

DM (40°) 263s 
SD (2°) 3659 
Lac. 5467 
DM (18°) 2707 

w xm''. 141 



A. G. Alb. 4677 
Comae 201 
L 24636 



Rad'. 2988 
61 Virginis 

DM (12°) 2583 
SD (10°) 3652 
DM (55°) 1590 
DM (35°) 2436 

w xm". 242 

DM (48°) 2108 
DM (3°) 2758 



R. A. 1880 



°44' 
10 

12 

23 
30 
33 



Decl. 1880 



s« 

12 

33 
40 

23 
24 
32 
42 

47 

51 

54 

3 

5 

8: 

16 

50 

57 

I 

9 

8 32 
8 39 
8 42 

8 49 

9 23 

9 29 
9 44 



10 


IS 


10 


27 


10 


38 


10 


42: 


10 


47 


10 


52 


10 


55 


II 


I 


II 


3 


II 


32 


12 


8 


12 


35 


13 


4 


13 


24 


13 


29 


13 


59 


14 


17 


14 


34 


14 


36 


13 15 


28 



— 4°54' 

18 10 

32 I 

4 17 

— 4 18 
39 8 

13 57 
62 52 

31 28 
-IS 33 

32 43 
-28 28 

37 33 
23 33 

— 2 13 

74 36 
-14 49 

— 18 II 

— I 55 
II 51: 
18 40 
59 S 

-23 39 
30 27 

-27 13 
II 58 

-10 43 
57 21 

-18 17 
67 55 

40 22 

— 2 28 
-29 57 

17 S3 

— 12 31 

17 42: 

2 49 
17 40 

-20 54 
42 40 

— 3 26 
SI 12 

-17 39 

-25 55 

12 18 

-II 3 

54 58 
35 47 
16 12 
48 25 

3 34 
69 7 



Position 

Angle 



344-0 
294.9 
10.9 
335-0 
125 ± 
356.1 
284.9 
297.5 
204.9 

9-3 
274.8 

30 ± 
359-2 
292.0 
335-0 
173-4 
200 ± 
182.5 

48.6 

33-7 
299.6 

195 ± 

64.6 

128. 1 

335-0 

i8o± 

76.1 

206.3 

61.7 

210.5 

36.3 
296.7 

233 -S 

i83± 

204.7 

I.I 

125.0 



Distance 



7-07 
63.88 
0.57 
7.26 
io± 
0.89 
1.22 

289.98 
4.89 

107.81 
8.05 
So± 
0.63 
2.75 
1.72 
2.51 

9± 
28.04 
1.68 
6.77 
8.75 

88.97 
26.34 
11.46 
o.6± 
20 ± 
30 ± 
44-85 
115.08 
3-89 
178.77 
124.90 
8± 

4-33 

o.i6± 

4-58 



Magnitudes 



Epoch 



95-4 


30 ± 


96.7 





.... 


60 ± 


306.9 


3.38 


121. s 


1.27 


7-7 


l.8g 


290 ± 


I2± 


i6o± 


iS± 


133-0 


2.26 


345 ± 


73-25 


21-5 


17.10 


142.4 


20± 


271.9 


3-88 


345-4 


25 ± 


I20± 


9± 


330 ± 


35 ± 


99-0 


0.91 


198. 1 


0.73 


270± 


3± 



4.0. 


.. 9.0 


1830.32 
1782.30 


6.0. 


.. 6.0 


1827.28 


8.7. 


. .10.2 


1831.29 


II . 


■-13 


1828+ 


7.0. 


. .11.0 


1878.32 


S-S- 


..10.5 


1878.32 




.. 5-9 


1835.69 


6.7. 


..II. 8 


1879.25 


6.5. 


.. 9.7 


1877.50 


8.5. 


. .10.0 


1830.43 
1830+ 


6.9. 


.. 7-4 


1843.80 


7-5- 


.. 9.2 


1877.41 


8.4. 


. .10.1 


1832.52 


8.8. 


..13-0 


1902.51 


10 . 


. .12 


1828+ 


7-3- 


. 8.2 


1847.08 


8.1. 


. 9-6 


1875-35 


7 ■ 


• r/2 


1823.27 


7-9- 


.10.1 


1831.30 


9 • 


• 14 


1820+ 


10 . 


.12.5 


1825.38 


8.0. 


• 9-5 


1831.59 


7.0. 


.11.3 


1879.37 


7 . 


.11 


1884.41 


9 ■ 


• 9 


1836.2 


7 ■ 


.16 


1830+ 


7 • 


. 8 


1823.34 


7.0. 


. 8.0 


1876.43 


8.0. 


. 8.6 


1876.33 


5-9- 


. 6.3 


1835.66 


. 


. 7-8 


1835.66 


9 ■ 


.11 


1820+ 


8.5- 


.13.0 


1899-45 


8.2.. 


. 8.2 


1897.40 


8.2.. 


. 9.8 


1827.99 


8 .. 


•13 


1830+ 

1782.28 

1782.28 


9.0.. 


.10.1 


1903.06 


7.1.. 


.10.2 


1881.36 


8.0. . 


. 9.0 


1877. II 


n = 


= II 


1828 + 


to .. 


•13 


1828 + 


7-7-- 


• 8.5 


1846.83 


5 ■- 


.10 


1783.00 


8 .. 


• 9 


1879.42 


9 .. 


.11 


1820+ 


7-5. . 


.130 


1901.49 


9 -• 


- 9 + 


1830+ 


)-I0.. 


.11 


1820+ 


9 •• 


. II 


1820+ 


8.4.. 


. 9.^ 


1904.32 


7.2.. 


■ 7.9 


1830.3s 


2 . . 


■14 


1830+ 



Observer 



S 

3*1 
S 
S 
H 
;8 
/s 

2 

P 

A 

S 

H 

OS 2 

Cin 2 

S 4 

Hu 2 

H 

OS 

A 



Sh 

S 

H 

S 

s 

iS 

Ho 

H 

H 

Sh 

A 

A 

S 

S 

H 

A 3 

See I 

S 3 
H 

m 
m 

M 3 

P 4 
Cin I 
H 
H 

OS 3 
]JI I 
Cin 2 
H 

Hu I 
H 
H 
H 

Hu 3 
S 4 
H 



A and B 
A and C 
Yel. 



A and B 
A and C 



]'■• 



wh. 



YeVsh 

8.4 white 

(Bui. L. O. No. 27) 

Wh.: reddish 



7.9 yeVsh wh. 



8.0 white 



AandBWg^^; . 
A and C 5 CW,. 



{A. N. 3635) 



A and B j 
A and C 



" Immediately/ 

M63' 



' Yellow: blue 



White 



138 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



IZ^ 



NumbeT 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


6457 


.... 


SD (22°) 3570 


13" 15"" 


36' 


— 22°I3' 


287?2 


5^88 


9-S-- 


• 9-7 


1903.28 


? 


3 






6458 


S173S 


DM (6°) 2733 


IS 


44 


6 27 


109.2 


3-84 


9-S-. 


- 9-5 


1829.39 


s 


2 






6459 


S1737 


p xni". 63 


IS 


58 


18 24 


220.5 


15.12 


7.7.- 


.10.0 


1829.30 


s 


3 


Wh.: ash 




6460 


P 1084 


w xni''. 23s 


IS 


59 


- 4 2 


89.8 


2.69 


7.1.. 


.12.7 


1889.31 


/3 


3 






6461 


H325 




16 


2: 


II 5: 


185 ± 


iS± 


12 . . 


.13 


1820 + 


H 




AandB 
AandC 
















50 ± 


30± 




.12 


1820 + 


H 






6462 


Arg. 26 


0. Arg. S. 12827 


16 


3 


— 22 19 


79-8 


27.81 


8,5.- 


. 8.5 


1903.28 


/3 


2 






6463 


? IV. 57 




16 


12: 


17 41: 


223.5 


17.08 






1782.28 


]» 


I 






6464 


5 IV. 119 


w xttt''. 243 


16 


2S 


-12 33 


306.9 


21.82 






1783.18 


3JI 


I 






6465 


A 565 


A. G. Camb. 6445 


16 


32 


27 48 


24-5 


0.52 


8.7.. 


.10.3 


1903-32 


A 


3 


(B<il. L. 0. No. 


50) 


6466 


Ho 258 


■w" xni"". 294 


16 


33 


36 16 


156.2 


I0± 


7 -. 


-13-5 


1887-39 


Ho 


[ 






6467 


A 566 


A. 6. Camb. 6449 


16 


37 


27 9 


62.7 


1-55 


8.1. . 


.10.0 


1903.32 


A 


3 


(5«/. L. 0. No. 


50) 


6468 


0. Stone 29 


W" xm''. 29S 


16 


38 


30 59 


175. 1 


o.4± 


7-5.- 


• 7-5 


1879-30 


Cin 


I 






6469 


S1738 


w xm". 247 


16 


51 


-14 18 


283. 5 


4.09 


8.2.. 


- 8.3 


1830.31 


S 


3 


White 




6470 


Ho 259 


w xm"". 296 


16 


S5 


26 45 


242.5 


9.70 


7 .- 


•13 


1887.37 


Ho 


2 






6471 


S 1739 rej. 


DM (31°) 2478 


16 


57 


31 9 


132.2 


12.78 


9.2.. 


.10 


1902.18 


§ 


2 






6472 


H530 


•w xm''. 305 


17 


13 


36 33 


i8± 


27 ± 


8 .. 


- 9 


1820 + 


H 








6473 


peio 


Virginis 504 


17 


28 


—20 18 


18.3 


4.02 


6.8. 


.10.5 


1878.24 


P 


I 






6474 


S 1740 


DM (3°) 2765 


17 


33 


3 20 


76.3 


27.29 


7-1- 


■ 7-2 


1833-68 


S 


6 


White 




6475 


H226 





17 


36: 


14 38: 


35 ± 


6± 


12 . 


• 13 


1820 + 


H 








6476 


Ho 260 


w= xm''. 223 


18 





29 SI 


298.8 


0.62 


8-3- 


. 8.5 


1887.36 


Ho 


2 






6477 


21741 


DM(-I°)28lS 


18 


4 


— I 29 


262.3 


24.88 


8.2. 


- 9-7 


1828.97 


S 


3 


8.2 white 




6478 


Z 1742 


w xm". 267 


18 


12 


2 2 


351 -I 


1.30 


7-4- 


. 7.9 


1831.85 


S 


4 


YeVsh wh. 




6479 


P460 


w xm". 273 


18 


40 


-15 


36.4 


2.19 


8.2. 


.10.5 


1877.90 


A 


Z 






6480 


S 1745 rej. 


DM (80°) 409 


18 


53: 


80 3 





CI. IV 


8 . 


.10 




S 




From Cat. Nov. 




6481 


S1743 


w xm". 281 


19 


5 


- 6 57 


75-4 


S-4S 


8.2. 


. 9-6 


1830.08 


S 


4 


8.2 white 




6482 


S1744 


f Vrsae Majoris 


19 


S 


55 33 


147.6 


14-37 


2.1. 


. 4-2 


1830.63 


S 


6 


Greenish wh. 




6483 


OS 265 rej. 


DM (l°) 2813 


19 


8 


I 29 


275.1 


17-94 


7 • 


.10 


1851.37 


Ma 


I 






6484 


O.Stone 30 


0. Arg. S. 12867 


19 


43 


-22 37 


354-9 


1-53 


8.5. 


. 8.5 


1879-37 


Cin 


2 






6485 


H2651 




19 


48 


21 53 


344-0 


I0± 


12 . 


•13 


1830 + 


H 








6486 


H 1231 


w xm". 361 


19 


58 


41 6 


S± 


9± 


9 ■ 


■13 


1828 + 


H 








6487 


H 227 




20 


22: 


II 11: 


3iS± 


60 ± 






1820 + 


H 








6488 


P H07 


0. Arg. S. 12884 


20 


37 


-21 44 


133-8 


1. 17 


8.5- 


. 8.5 


1889.37 


? 


5 






6489 


H2652 





20 


43 


57 26 


254-S 


12 ± 


II . 


.12 


1830 + 


H 








6490 


P237 


L 24896 


20 


59 


15 


202.3 


2-95 


8.3- 


.10.3 


1875-27 


A 


3 






6491 


A. G. 187 


A. G. Berlin 4789 


21 


24 


21 5 


121. 2 


1.64 


9-S- 


• 9-5 


1902.47 


Hu 


2 






6492 


H1232 


DM (7°) 2649 


21 


32 


7 32 


3io± 


I0± 


9 • 


. 9-10 


1828 + 


H 




H(V) 10. ..II 




6493 


S1746 


DM (10°) 2548 


22 


II 


10 5 


250.8 


29.62 


7.7- 


.10.3 


1829.64 


S 


3 


T.jyePsh 




6494 


OS 266 


L 24930 


22 


35 


16 20 


324.2 


1. 16 


7-3- 


. 7-8 


1846.10 


OS 


4 






6495 


S1747 


0. Arg. H. 13645 


22 


42 


48 23 


346.5 


14.98 


8.2. 


■ 9-5 


1831.50 


s 


2 


White 




6496 


H2653 


SD (17°) 3860 


22 


44 


— 17 26 


238-6 


I0± 


9 - 


•14 


i83o-f 


H 








6497 


A. G. 188 


DM (24°) 2588 


22 


59 


24 12 


247 -S 


2.88 


8.8. 


.12 


1902.42 


Cg 


3 






6498 


OS (App) 123 


Rad'. 3020 


23 


2 


65 22 


147. 1 


68.95 


6.4- 


. 6.8 


1876.38 


A 


3 






6499 


OS 267 


Had'. 3028 


23 


9 


76 36 


300.8 


0.25 


8.0. 


. 8.0 


1849.60 


OS 


2 






6500 


P113 


DM (12°) 2597 


23 


10 


12 6 


188.8 


1-57 


8.5. 


.11.0 


1875-32 


A 


4 






6501 


Ho 381 


R Hydrae 


23 


10 


-22 39 


323-2 


21.15 


Var. 


.12.5 


1891.63 


Ho 


4 






6502 


S1748 


DM (22°) 2584 


23 


24 


22 48 


179.6 


5-48 


8.0. 


.11.0 


1832.31 


S 


3 


8.0 wh. 




6503 


H2654 





23 


37 


-13 S3 


13-4 


i6± 


lO-II 


.11 


1830+ 


H 




(See p. 


1075) 


6504 


S 1749 rej. 


W XIll". 436 


23 


39 


31 42 




CI. Ill 


8-9. 


.10 





S 




From Cat. NIm 




6505 


Ho 540 


0. Arg. S. 10588 


23 


SI 


—23 2 


197.8 


I3-S3 


7 - 


.12 


1895.00 


Ho 


3 


M.A^.35S7) 




6506 


H2655 


.... 


23 


S2 


—22 51 


277 ± 


12± 


10 . 


.12 


1830 -f 


H 








6507 


H2656 


SD (12°) 3826 


23 


59 


— 12 19 


313-4 


i8± 


10 . 


.10-11 


1830 + 


H 








6508 


S 649 


Ursae Majoris 426 


24 


3 


60 34 


III.O 


181.49 


6 . 


■ 9 


1824.30 


S 


2 






6509 


21750 


72 Virginis 


24 


10 


- 5 SI 


16. 1 


30.06 


6.2. 


.11.5 


1831-53 


S 


4 


t.iyeTsh 




6510 


S1752 


p xm". 113 


24 


26 


60 33 


149.4 


1.63 


8.0. 


.10.0 


1832.17 


S 


3 


8.0 yel. 




6511 


S1751 


DM (10°) 2553 


13 24 


41 


9 56 


58. 9 


5.69 


7.5- 


..10.7 


1831.90 


s 


4 


T.iyeVsh 





129 



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Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number 



Star Catalogue 



6512 OS 268 rej. 



6513 

6514 

6515 

6516 

6517 

6518 

6519 

6520 

6521 

6522 

6523 

6524 

6525 
6526 
6527 
6528 
6529 
6530 

6531 
6532 
6533 
6534 

6535 
6536 
6537 
6538 
6539 
6540 
6541 



6542 
6543 
6544 
6545 
6546 

6547 
6548 
6549 
6550 

6551 
6552 

6553 
6554 
6555 
6556 
6557 
6558 
6559 
6560 
6561 
6562 
6563 
6564 



H4593 
2 1754 rej. 

H531 
Sh 165 
Hu 469 
H 2658 
A. G. 189 
Hni5 
Holmes 
S 1755 

A 567 
OS 269 

Hu 470 
S1756 
S1758 
P114 
S 650 

s 1757 

S1759 
H26S9 
Hu 471 

P932 



Ku45 
S 1760 

H2660 

H 1233 
S 1761 

H 1234 
P933 



L 25006 

O. Aig. S. 12927 
DM (61°) 1359 

wxm". 481 
SD(ii°)3535,3537 
SD (17°) 3881 
75 Virginis 

A. G. Lund 5795 
L 25043 

■V xm''. 506 

A. G. Berlin 4813 
L 25074 
SD (10°) 3705 
DM (23°) 2584 
0. Arg. N. 1374I 

w xra". 438 

W xm". 444 

p xm''. 127 

DM (28°) 2238 

•VT" xm". 542 

SD (15°) 3697 
Virginis 550 

DM (l6°) 2528 

w xm". 546 

SD (16°) 3702 
0. Arg. N. 13780 

■wp xm". 557 
yp xm". 555 



A 12 

H4597 
H 2662 
H228 
S651 
Hu 741 
H4599 
H2664 
H2663 

S 1767 
H 1235 
H3340 
A. 6. 190 
Kr 42 

S 1762 

pen 

S 1763 
See 186 

S 1764 

S 1766 
H 1237 

S 176s rej. 
H2665 



p xm"*. 129 

Cord. DM (29°) 10452 

DM (33°) 235s 
w xm". 481 
Hydrae 369 
DM (22°) 2604 

DM (57°) 1448 
w= xm". 585 

0. Arg. M. 13803 



DM (50°) 2012 
A. G. Hels. 7633 

w' xm". 502 

L 25159 
81 Virginis 
Lac. 5620 
W" xm". 515 
w= xm". 604 

DM (3°) 2801 
SD (18°) 3649 




130 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



13" 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. tSSo 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


6565 


H266e 


SD (14°) 3763 


13" 32"» 2' 


-I4°i3' 


I76?7 


8"± 


9 • 


•-15 


1830 + 


H 




"Difficult" 


6566 


S 1768 


25 Canum Ven. 


32 7 


36 54 


76.0 


1.07 


5-7- 


.. 7-6 


183I.51 


S 


10 


Wh.: blue 


6567 


A 80 


SD (8°) 3604 


32 12 


- 8 32 


359-6 


4-32 


8.6. 


..13.2 


1900.38 


A 


2 


M. A'. 3668) 


6568 


H3341 


WXTn,*". 615 


32 14 


28 56 


190.0 


lV2± 


10 


= 10 


1831.50 


H 






6569 


H.C.Wilson II 


Cord. IS^. 1924 


32 17 


-30 8 


8o± 


2± 


8 . 


.- 8.3 


1883.33 


W 






6570 


H2667 




32 49 


48 52 


6.6 


8± 


II 


= II 


1830 + 


H 






6571 


S1769 


DM (39°) 2663 


32 50 


39 47 


24.1 


2.84 


7-3- 


.. 9-7 


1832.28 


2 


3 


A and C 8.2 wh. 












259.0 


55-90 


. 


.. 8.2 


1832.28 


S 


3 


6572 


P934 


DM (51°) I8S5 


32 50 


51 4 


264.1 


1.04 


9-0. 


.. 9-2 


1879.28 


/3 


3 




6573 


S1770 


p xm''. 156 


32 55 


SI 20 


121. 


1.79 


6.4. 


.. 7-9 


1831.80 


S 


4 


Yel.: ash 


6574 


H533 


DM (20°) 2854 


32 58 


20 2 


285± 


8± 


9 - 


. .10 


1820 + 


H 






6575 


H1236 





33 7 


- 4 


95 ± 


6± 


lO-II 


•.13-14 


1828 + 


H 






6576 


HU645 


DM (22°) 2612 


33 14 


22 4 


21.2 


0.88 


9.5. 


-- 9-5 


1902.54 


Hu 


I 




6577 


S 1771 


DM (70°) 748 


33 32 


70 23 


70.6 


1.72 


7.8. 


.. 8.S 


1831.09 


S 


3 




6578 


P612 


B. A. C. 4559 


33 40 


II 21 


56.1 


0.23 


6.0 


.. 6.0 


1878.33 


iS 


3 




6579 


Egbert 2 




34 : 


— 14 26: 


349-3 


11.70 


9.0. 


. .10.0 


1879.30 


Cin 


I 




6580 


A. G. 191 


A. G. Lvmd 5841 


34 2 


36 13 


304-9 


16.10 


9-4 


-. 9-5 


1903.12 


^ 


2 




6581 


Ho 382 


Cord. G. C. 18590 


34 4 


-27 38 


329.0 


14.45 


8 


. .12 


1891.39 


Ho 


I 


A and B 1 
A and C ) 












282.8 


i5± 




. .11 


1834 + 


H 




6582 


H 1238 




34 16 


7 45 


300 ± 


I0± 


10 


. .10-11 


1828 + 


H 






6583 


H26e8 




34 20 


8 I 


282.4 


4± 


12 


— 12 


1830 + 


H 




"Neat" 


6584 


H4605 


0. Arg. S. 13046 


34 28 


-29 18 


281 ± 


i5± 


9 


. .11 


1835-2 


H 






6585 


H4606 


L 25240 


34 53 


-22 SI 


350.8 


30 ± 


7 


. .11 


1836.2 


H 






6586 


S1772 


I Bootis 


34 57 


20 34 


148-7 


4-83 


6.2 


.. 9-1 


1831-57 


S 


S 


Bluish, wh. : very 
blue 


6587 


H2670 




35 6 


33 29 


343-2 


20 ± 


10 


•-13 


1830 + 


H 






6588 


H2669 


SD (13°) 3749 


35 23 


-13 42 


87.2 


20 ± 


10 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 






6589 


S 1774 rej. 


DM (51°) 1859 


35 39 


51 7 


134-2 


17-93 


6-7 


. .10 


1879.26 


/3 


I 




6590 


S1773 


DM (8°) 2747 


35 39 


813 


209.8 


27.90 


9.0 


.. 9.0 


1828.83 


S 


2 


AandB ) 
A and C 5 












102.4 


57.06 




•• 9-5 


1828.83 


S 


2 


6591 


H229 




36 0: 


12 35: 


45 ± 


i5± 


12 


• .13 


1820 + 


H 






6592 




SD (14°) 3783 


36 28 


— 14 26 


0.5 


15-43 


8.5 


• .13-5 


1901.35 


P 


I 




6593 


H 1239 


w xm". 602 


36 30 


- 4 41 


320 ± 


iS± 


9 


. .10 


1828 + 


H 






6594 


H2673 


DM(6o°) 1480,1481 


36 32 


60 21 


74.1 


40 ± 


9 


.. 9 + 


18304- 


H 






6595 


H2671 


L 25285 


36 37 


—24 22 


75-8 


25 ± 


9 


. . 9-10 


1830 + 


H 






6596 


H2672 




36 37 


23 44 


3i9± 


I4± 


lO-I 


. .11 


1830 + 


H 






6597 


S1776 


0. Arg. H. 13893 


36 51 


46 so 


200.2 


7-33 


8.0 


.. 8.0 


1832.09 


2 


3 


White 


6598 


HU472 


SD (16°) 3732 


37 I 


-16 26 


65.0 


I. II 


9-1 


-- 9-4 


1902.41 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. si) 


6599 


S1777 


84 Virginis 


37 3 


4 9 


235-4 


3-39 


5.8 


.. 8.2 


1828.77 


2 


5 


Yel.: very blue 


6600 


H230 


. ■ . > 


37 15: 


18 22: 


140 ± 


i5± 


10 


. .11 


1820 + 


H 






6601 


S1775 


p xttt''. 171 


37 17 


- 3 40 


335-7 


27.75 


7.0 


.. 9-7 


1829-35 


2 


2 


7.0 yeVsh 


6602 


Z 1778 rej. 


DM (32°) 2378 


37 49 


32 37 


199-9 


25± 


9-10 


. .12 


1830 + 


H 




H (V). CSee p. 1075) 


6603 


H2675 




38 5 


47 46 


294.6 


4± 


13 


..13-14 


1830 + 


H 




"Neat little double 

star" 


6604 


H2676 


0. Arg. W. 13909 


38 12 


50 38 


125.7 


40 ± 


8-9 


. .10 


1830 + 


H 






6605 


H2674 


SD (19°) 3729 


38 28 


-19 19 


4.6 


25± 


9 


.. 9 + 


1830 + 


H 






6606 


H 1240 


. . • • 


38 33 


8 8 


28s± 


6± 


II 


..12-13 


1828 + 


H 






6607 


S3081 


SD (11°) 3584 


38 46 


— II 14 


76.3 


1-97 


8.8 


.. 9-2 


1830.62 


2 


3 




6608 


H851 


Schj. 4904 


38 55 


8 58 


360 ± 


I2± 


8 


.■13 


1820 + 


H 






6609 


S1779 


DM (24°) 2629 


38 56 


24 16 


147.0 


3-82 


8.5 


.. 9-8 


1832.36 


2 


5 




eeio 


P223 


I. 25350 


38 58 


- 2 43 


343-7 


18.73 


7-9 


. .11.1 


1871.65 


J 


3 




661 1 


S652 


L 25348 


38 59 


- 9 55 


146.8 


53-87 


9 


.- 9 + 


1825.3s 


S 


2 




6612 


H2677 


85 Virginis 


39 7 


— 15 10 


317-8 


35 ± 


6 


..15 


1830 + 


H 






6613 


HU473 


SD (17°) 3924 


39 18 


-17 57 


59-8 


3-II 


9-0 


•-- 9-3 


1902.41 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. ai) 


6614 


Wns 


L 25358 


39 20 


- 2 25 


164.8 


4.68 


9-S 


--• 9-5 


1855-30 


Wn 


2 




6615 


S 1782 


DM (19°) 2710 


39 22 


18 58 


185-8 


29.83 


7-7 


... 9.2 


1828.30 


2 


2 


7.7 wh. 


6616 


P115 


L 2536s 


13 39 24 


9 40 


224.4 


1.42 


8.0 


...ii.S 


1877.40 


J 


2 





131 



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Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. l38o 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


6617 


H2682 


0. Arg. N. I39S4 


13" 39" 29' 


77°27' 


280?2 


i8"± 


8 ...10 


1830 + 


H 




A and B ) 
A and C ) 












317-4 


50 ± 


. ..10 


1830 + 


H 




6818 


P93S 


86 Virginis 


39 33 


-II 49 


298.4 


1. 61 


5.5.. .10.5 


1879-37 


/3 


5 


AandB 












274.2 


1.72 


II.6...I2.8 


1879-40 


/3 


4 


C and D ■ 












164.7 


26.94 




1879-33 


? 


2 


AandC ) 


6619 


S 1781 


DM (5°) 2794 


40 6 


S 43 


240.4 


1.36 


7.8... 8.2 


1830.31 


S 


3 


yel'sA wh. 


8620 


H2678 


.... 


40 8 


12 54 


131.1 


I2± 


II ...13 


1830 + 


H 






6621 


H231 




40 24: 


12 14: 


75± 


15-20 


II ...12 


1820 + 


H 






6622 


H4613 


Cord.DM(29°)i059l 


40 27 


-29 46 


220 ± 


i5± 


9J^--- 9K 


1834-3 


H 






6623 


H2679 




40 32 


58 3 


316. 1 


3± 


11-12. .11-12 


1830 + 


H 






6624 


Ho 383 


SD (22°) 3660 


40 33 


-22 53 


163.7 


15-45 


8.1. ..13 


1890.38 


Ho 


I 




6625 


P801 


L 25399 


40 43 


II 26 


328.0 


2.76 


8.1. . .10.9 


188I.3I 


/3 


3 




6626 


21783 


Canum Ven. 202 


40 56 


41 38 


50.4 


2.10 


7.8.. .10.0 


1832.71 


S 


5 


Very yeU; blue 


6627 


H2685 


DM (69°) 715 


41 14 


69 18 


242.4 


I2± 


10 ...II 


1830 + 


H 




9.5 in DM 


6623 


H2680 


DM (46°) 1900 


41 16 


46 


161. 7 


25± 


9-10. . .11 


1830 + 


H 






6629 


H2681 




41 28 


33 43 


84.5 


6± 


12 = 12 


1830 + 


H 






6630 


02270 


T Bootis 


41 35 


18 3 


347-8 


10.26 


4.8. . .11.4 


1849.54 


OS 


5 




6631 


H 1241 


w xm''. 965 


41 43 


- 2 34 


I45± 


i5± 


9 ...12 


1828 + 


H 






6632 


S654 


w xm''. 856 


41 49 


39 9 


237-8 


70.84 


8 ...II 


1825.36 


S 


2 




6633 


21787 


Redhill 2064 


42 7 


81 47 


332-3 


1.68 


8.5. ..10.8 


1 833 57 


s 


3 




6634 


2 1784 


DM (69°) 716 


42 12 


69 49 


207.1 


8.66 


8.2. . .10.5 


1832.48 


2 


3 


i.2 yd. 


6635 


P413 


Lac. 5686 


42 16 


-27 46 


108.8 


78.00 


6.2... 8.5 


1879-33 


? 


I 




6636 


A 13 


SD (4°) 3562 


42 17 


- 4 SO 


152.3 


I-13 


8.5... 9.7 


1899-54 


A 


3 


(4.iV.3635) 


6637 


H2683 


.... 


42 18 


— 16 9 


24.8 


10± 


II .. .11-12 


1830+ 


H 






6638 


H2684 




42 19 


— 16 12 


233.3 


i8± 


II ...11 + 


1830+ 


H 




"A third »> " 


6639 


H2686 


DM (7°) 2700 


43 10 


7 6 


142.0 


i8± 


9 ---IS 


1830+ 


H 






6640 


H 1242 




43 25 


6 


I25± 


7± 


II ...12 


1828+ 


H 




"Very neat" 


6641 


21785 


DM (27°) 2296 


43 38 


27 35 


164.4 


3-49 


7.2... 7.5 


1830.12 


S 


3 


White 


6642 


P802 


DM (49°) 2245 


43 48 


48 57 


223.9 


3-43 


7.8. . .11 .0 


1881.33 


/3 


3 




6643 


H4617 


0. Arg. S. 13176 


43 54 


-29 17 


255 ± 


4± 


8 ...12 


1835.2 


H 






6644 


H852 




44 21 


34 35 


— 


8± 


10 ...II 


1820 + 


H 






6645 


2 1786 


DM (35°) 2489 


44 22 


35 35 


22.3 


10.67 


8.0... 9.5 


1831.71 


S 


3 


8.0 wA. 


6646 


S655 


w xm''. 923 


44 39 


18 24 


76.0 


35-05 


9 ...n 


1825.37 


s 


2 




6647 


S656 


p xm''. 220 


44 40 


21 51 


208.2 


86.03 


7 ... 8 


1825.20 


s 


2 




6648 


? VI. 15 




45 : 


21 52: 


np 


60 ± 




1780.48 


Ut 






6649 


P343 


Centauri 21 9 


45 8 


-31 I 


130-2 


1-44 


6.0... 8.5 


1877-41 


Cin 


I 




6650 


H1243 


SD (5°) 3767 


45 9 


- 5 27 


I50± 






1828+ 


H 






6651 


E2689 


DM (58°) 1470 


45 II 


58 44 


310.3 


20± 


10 = 10 


1830+ 


H 






6652 


H2687 


SD (19°) 3757 


45 23 


-19 19 


3II-8 


i5± 


10 = 10 


1830+ 


H 






6653 


See 189 


Cord. G. C. 18843 


45 26 


—30 II 


256.2 


13-33 


7.8. ..12.8 


1897.46 


See 


I 




6654 


H2688 


DM (24°) 2650 


45 28 


24 22 


269.2 


I2± 


10 ...II 


1830+ 


H 






665s 


Doo — 




46 : 


- 54: 


72.9 


9-73 


6.0... 6.5 


1899.39 


Doo I 




6656 


P613 


DM (35°) 2494 


46 3 


35 16 


146.2 


0.78 


9.0. . . 9.0 


1878.42 


P 




A and B 1 
AB and C ) 












83-4 


49.21 


... 8.8 


1880.37 


P 




6657 


Howe 28 


B. A. C. 4631 


46 32 


-35 4 


84.0 


1.28 


6.0. . . 6.0 


1889.38 


P 




A and B \ 












168.2 


27.52 
54-02 


. . .12 


1889.38 
1783.08 


P 
M 




A and C >■ 
A and D ) 


6658 


A 568 


A. G. Camb. 6626 


46 55 


26 20 


320.4 


2.05 


9.0... 9.6 


1903.32 


A 




(£«/. L. 0. No. so) 


6659 


See 190 


Cord. 13''. 2864 


46 58 


-29 41 


222.7 


7-13 


7.1. ..II 


1897.49 


See 




A and B ) 
A and C J 












144. 1 


32-03 


...13.2 


1897.49 


See 




6660 


H 2690 


DM (5°) 2807 


47 14 


5 49 


103-3 


23 ± 


9-10... 10 


1830-f 


H 






6661 


Skinner 7 


80(14°) 3825 


47 41 


-14 32 


294.7 


2.44 


8.5... 


1900.28 


Boe 


2 




6662 


H3342 


10 Draconis 


47 56 


65 19 


23.0 


45 ± 


4 ...16 


1831 + 


H 






6663 


P614 


L 25573 


48 2 


10 44 


268.3 


0.60 


8.0. . .11.7 


1878.37 


/3 


2 




6664 


02(App)i27 


Rad'. 3109 


48 3 


68 55 


66.2 


74.11 


6.3... 8.2 


1876.38 


A 


3 




6665 


H 1244 


w xm''. 1032 


13 48 20 


42 47 


i5o± 


6± 


7-8... 17-18 


1 828 4- 


H 














1 


na 








^^"^^ 


■^"^ 





Within 12 1 of the North Pole 



13» 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 188a 


Bed. i88o 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


6666 


H269I 


> * • > 


13'' 48'"24» 


-14° 7' 


I09?0 


8"± 


11 .. 


.14-15 


1830 + 


H 






6667 


Ku47 


DM (32°) 2404 


48 40 


32 44 


100.2 


1.90 


9.S-. 


.lO.i: 


1901.37 


Ku 


2 


Kustner (3821) 


6668 


S 1788 


p xm''. 238 


48 41 


- 7 28 


54-0 


2.36 


6.7.. 


- 7-9 


1831.38 


S 


5 


JVAiie 


666g 


S 1789 


w xm''. 1041 


48 44 


33 25 


326.0 


6.08 


8.0. . 


. 8.2 


1831.32 


s 


3 


Very wh. 


6670 


Sh 169 


I) Bootis 


48 58 


19 


119-5 


126.20 


4 -- 


.12 


1822.66 


Sh 


2 




6671 


OS 272 


p xm''. 242 


49 I 


30 30 


23-5 


1.89 


7.0.. 


. 9-9 


1849.56 


OS 


4 


7.2 whiie 


6672 


Ho 261 


wvxm". 816 


49 II 


- 8 56 


182.2 


6.57 


7-5-- 


.12.0 


1887.39 


Ho 


I 




6673 


¥N. 59 


0. Arg. S. 13248 


49 14 


24 56 


.... 








1788 


^ 






6674 


S 1790 


L 25620 


49 52 


- 4 2 


240.8 


5-33 


8.6.. 


. 8.7 


1830.07 


S 


4 


White 


6675 


See 193 


Lac. 5764 


50 5 


-27 4 


163.7 


6.72 


7.9-. 


.14.7 


1897.46 


See 


I 




6676 


OS 273 


L 25634 


50 19 


5 53 


106. 1 


0.74 


7-5. 


. 8.0 


1845.99 


OS 


3 




6677 


See 194 


0. Arg. S. 13258 


50 20 


-26 56 


314-1 


0.58 


8 .. 


■ 9 


1897.46 


See 


I 




6678 


P461 


w xm''. 850 


50 36 


3 34 


334-9 


33-33 


7.5. - 


.12.5 


1879.38 


P 


I 


Aand B 
Aand C 












216.3 


40 -SS 


. 


.11.8 


1879.38 


P 


1 


6679 


H4637 


SD (11°) 3640 


SO 45 


— II 58 


124.6 


i5± 


9: 


= 9 


1836.4 


H 






6680 


S 1791 


DM (IS°) 2646 


SI I 


15 I 


159.8 


20.46 


8.7. 


• 9-5 


1829.28 


S 


3 


8,7 wk. 


6681 


P936 


DM (35°) 2505 


51 3 


35 13 


97-8 


3-94 


8.4. 


.12.2 


1880.37 


P 


2 




6682 


H. C.Wilson 12 


SD (16°) 3770 


51 10 


— 16 42 


321-9 


3-13 


8.7. 


- 9-7 


1884.39 


W 


2 


A and B 1 
A and C 5 












220.0 


25± 


9 - 


.11 


1830 + 


H 




6683 


S 1792 


DM (13°) 2731 


SI 12 


13 2 


294.9 


1.91 


8.9. 


.10.1 


1825.81 


S 


4 




6684 


H223 





51 23: 


12 28: 


3iS± 


15-20 


10 


= 10 


1820 + 


H 






668s 


H535 


DM (35°) 2508 


51 33 


35 47 


160 ± 


20 ± 


8 . 


.12 


1820 + 


H 




(See p. 1075) 


6686 


H536 




51 42 


36 19 


3io± 


6± 


11 . 


-13 


1820 + 


H 






6687 


P937 


WXIll". II22 


51 52 


35 I 


104.8 


0.94 


8.1. 


- 8.3 


1880.37 


P 


3 




6688 


P344 


0. Arg. S. 13285 


52 22 


-24 57 


121. 1 


3-32 


9.0. 


. 9.0 


1877.29 


Cin 


1 




6689 


H2693 


0. Arg. S. 13287 


52 23 


— 19 28 


272.0 


i5± 


9 . 


•13 


1830+ 


H 






6690 


P30 


DM (20°) 2904 


52 26 


20 3 


199.8 


7.82 


8.2. 


.11.5 


1875.25 


A 


2 




66gi 


H2694 


0. Arg. N. 14115 


52 31 


54 29 


84.4 


35 ± 


8 . 


.11 


1830 + 


H 




(See p. 107s) 


6692 


H4639 


Cord. DM (28°) 10364 


S3 31 


-28 41 


342.4 


6± 


9K- 


.10 


1834-3 


H 






6693 


S 1793 


BooHs 51 


S3 35 


26 24 


242.3 


4-39 


7-0- 


. 8.0 


1831.08 


S 


3 


Wh.: bluish 


6694 


H2695 


DM (58°) 1479 


53 43 


58 2 


204.0 


7± 


9 • 


.11-12 


1830-f 


H 




"Neat" 


6695 


s 1794 


DM (20°) 2907 


54 8 


20 28 


129.8 


2.05 


8.5. 


. 8.7 


1830.65 


S 


3 


Yel'sh 


6696 


SI795 


p xm''. 277 


54 31 


53 41 


3-2 


7.61 


7.0. 


.10.^ 


1832.13 


S 


3 


7.0 very wh. 


6697 


H4640 


L 25730 


54 50 


- 9 48 


134.3 


4± 


9 


= 9 


1836.4 


H 






6698 


H2e96 


SD (13°) 3806 


54 53 


-13 34 


108.0 


i5± 


9-10. 


.12 


1830 + 


H 






6699 


S 1796 


DM (37°) 2483 


55 16 


37 33 


196.2 


2.45 


8.5. 


.10.0 


1832.33 


S 


3 




6700 


S 1798 


0. Arg. N. 14191 


55 17 


78 59 


16.3 


7-13 


7-5- 


- 9-3 


1832.48 


S 


3 


7.5 yeVsh wh. 


6701 


Sh 171 


T Virginis 


55 33 


2 8 


290.0 


79.29 


4 • 


• 9 


1823.27 


Sh 


1 




6702 


A 569 


A. G. Camb. 6688 


55 41 


25 56 


103.1 


0.50 


9.0. 


- 9-3 


1903.41 


A 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 50) 


6703 


P1197 


Lac. 5791 


56 4 


-31 6 


178.9 


0.86 


6.8. 


. 8.1 


1890.41 


P 


3 




6704 


H2697 


.... 


56 14 


46 59 


290.8 


30 ± 


9 • 


.10-11 


1830 + 


H 






6705 


S1797 


DM (20°) 29 1 1 


56 18 


20 I 


160.0 


21.13 


8.2. 


. 8.5 


1828.30 


S 


2 


White 


6706 


H2698 


SD (17°) 3989 


57 2 


-17 51 


281.8 


20 ± 


9-10. 


.14-15 


1830 + 


H 






6707 


H2699 


DM (12°) 2648 


57 12 


12 29 


38.8 


12± 


8 . 


■15 


1830 + 


H 






6708 


Howe 29 


DM (6°) 2824 


57 22 


632 


67.0 


1± 


8.5. 


- 


1879-37 


Cin 


1 


AandB) 
AandC) 












193.2 


14.11 




.11.0 


1879.38 


Cin 


2 


6709 


A. G. 192 


A. G. Alb. 4860 


57 39 


3 17 


186.8 


1.82 


9.0. 


..lO.O 


1902.75 


Cg 


3 




6710 


Swift 


DM (47°) 2II2 


57 40 


46 55 


6.7 


2-44 


9.0. 


.. 9-0 


1889.39 


/3 


2 




6711 


P 1270 


L 25825 


57 46 


9 4 


329.7 


0.27 


8.2. 


.. 8.3 


1892.27 


/3 


3 


(See p, 107s) 


6712 


S 1800 rej. 


DM (57°) 1478 


57 57 


57 48 


21.0 


2S± 


9 - 


. .10-11 


1830 + 


H 




H(V). 7.6 in DM 


6713 


S1799 


w" xra''. 1000 


58 32 


- 5 59 


293.0 


4-03 


8.0. 


.. 9.2 


1830.66 


S 


3 


Wh.: bluish 


6714 


S659 


SD (17°) 4002 


59 3 


-17 30 


169.4 


32-03 


9 • 


..11-12 


1825.44 


s 


3 




6715 


HU646 


DM (35°) 2521 


59 21 


35 


24.8 


1-94 


7.4. 


..14.0 


1903.75 


Hu 


2 




6716 


S 1801 


DM (6°) 2833 


59 27 


6 32 


64.5 


18.44 


9.0. 


..10.5 


1828.33 


S 


3 




6717 


P938 


0. Arg. S. 1337s 


59 29 


—26 


297.6 


0.89 


7-5- 


.. 7-5 


1879.39 


/3 


2 




6718 


Howe 30 


SD (12°) 3958 


13 59 30 


— 12 30 


6.4 


13-41 


8.0. 


.. 9-0 


1879.30 


Cin 


2 





133 



[^ 




Buynh 


am: General Catalogue of Double Stars 








Numbei 


Double Star 


Star CataloEue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


6719 


H4650 


Cora.DM(28°)l0443 


14" O" 5' 


-28''37' 


62?4 


I0"± 


8>^...ii 


1834.3 


H 




A and B T 












34-0 


25 ± 


. . .11.0 


1884.31 


W 


I 


AandC I 












319.6 


40 ± 


. . .11.0 


1884.31 


W 


I 


AandD j 


6720 


H1245 





18 


-16 35 


260? 


I2± 


12 ...13 


1828 + 


11 






6721 


H 2700 


■wxiu''. 1317 


48 


40 33 


217.0 


i8± 


8 ...13 


1830 + 


H 






6722 


See 197 


Cord. H*". 52 


I 2 


—26 46 


36.0 


0.26 


8.8... 8.8 


1897.46 


See 


I 




6723 


S 1803 


DM (39°) 2720 


I 24 


38 59 


43.3 


17.77 


7.7-.- 9.5 


1831.46 


S 


2 


7.7 white 


6724 


02274 


L 25926 


I 31 


35 21 


71.2 


14.80 


7.0. . .10.0 


1845.67 


OS 


3 




6725 


2 1 802 


w" xm*". 1060 


I 35 


— 12 21 


285.5 


4.22 


8.0... 9.3 


1830.63 


s 


3 


Yel^sh: ashy 


6726 


H 1246 


w xm". 1078 


2 8 


47 


I00± 


20 ± 


9 ...12 


1828 -f 


H 






6727 


Hn 16 


L 25923 


2 9 


- 2 58 


218.3 


3.09 


8.4... 8.6 


1881.44 


/? 


3 




6728 


A 345 


A. G. Camb. 6723 


2 20 


25 18 


337-4 


0.62 


8.6... 9.6 


1902.56 


A 


2 


iBul. L. 0. No. 29) 


6729 


S 1804 


Bootis 76 


2 39 


21 46 


18.3 


4.37 


8.0. . . 9.0 


1829.62 


S 


3 


White: Hue 


6730 


H2701 


DM (6°) 2840 


2 39 


6 36 


.... 


I5± 


9 . . .10 


1830 + 


H 






6731 


OS 276 


L 25959 


3 6 


37 19 


196. 1 


0.58 


7.5... 8.3 


1845.65 


OS 


3 


A and B ) 
AB and C ) 












73.4 


9.50 


. . .10.0 


1846.33 


OS 


2 


6732 


OS 275 


L 25946 


3 14 


7 57 


351.2 


5.02 


6.8. ..10.3 


1845.99 


OS 


3 


7.0 yel^sh 


6733 


P1109 


DM (5°) 2846 


3 18 


5 14 


321-9 


1.78 


9.0. ..13.7 


1889.39 


/3 


3 


A and B ) 
A and C 5 












356.3 


53-04 


... 9.0 


1889.39 


? 


3 


6734 


See 199 


Lac. 5838 


3 26 


-29 31 


226.0 


8.43 


7. 4--. 13. 8 


1897.42 


See 


2 




6735 


Hu 742 


DM (34°) 2494 


3 32 


34 15 


174-7 


0-37 


8.5. ..12.0 


1904.35 


Hu 


I 




8736 


5 VI. 112 


13 Bootis 


3 48 


50 I 


82.6 


77.97 




1783.63 


W 


I 




6737 


S1805 


W XIV". 28 


3 55 


4 35 


30.5 


4.54 


8.4... 8.5 


1832.38 


S 


4 


White 


6738 


S 1806 


DM (49°) 2274 


4 13 


49 4 


173-5 


13-19 


9.0. . .10.0 


1831.76 


S 


3 




6739 


S 1809 


DM (46°) 1935 


4 14 


46 42 


196.7 


4.14 


8. 5. ..II. 7 


1832.14 


s 


3 




6740 


Hn 17 


DM (—1°) 2914 


4 16 


- 2 7 


243.6 


4-33 


8.8... 9-5 


1881.37 


/3 


3 




6741 


H539 


DM (34°) 2498 


4 17 


34 47 


360 ± 


20 ± 


10 ...lO-f 


l820-f 


H 






6742 


Skinner 8 


SD (14°) 3891 


4 19 


-14 14 


325-5 


13-17 


9.0... 


1900.39 


Boe 


2 


Boeger (A. J. 522) 


6743 


See 200 


Lac. 5842 


4 22 


-29 13 


97.8 


9.27 


7.2. ..12.3 


1897.53 


See 


I 




6744 


H540 


w» xiv". 52 


4 26 


36 23 


220 ± 


6± 


10 ...10+ 


1820+ 


H 






6745 


H2703 


DM (71°) 677 


4 26 


71 31 


42.6 


6± 


9-10. . .10 


1830+ 


H 






6746 


S 1808 


w xrv"". 60 


4 44 


27 10 


68.8 


2.82 


8.0. . . 9.0 


1832.31 


S 


3 


White 


6747 


P803 


L 25991 


4 46 


- 2 6 


227.9 


5.27 


7.8. ..12.0 


1881.45 


^ 


I 




6748 


S 1807 


SD (z°) 3800 


5 6 


— 2 46 


25.8 


7.08 


7.5... 8.0 


I83I.OI 


s 


3 


Yel'sh wh. 


6749 


H4e6i 


0. Arg. S. 13452 


5 8 


-28 20 


49.0 


2± 


10 = 10 


1834-3 


H 






6750 


H 2702 




5 32 


-17 II 


337.0 


6± 


II ...13 


1830+ 


H 






6751 


H 1247 




5 SO 


41 41 


120? 


4± 


10 ...II 


1828+ 


H 




" ? estimated pos." 


6752 


S 1810 


DM (28°) 2297 


6 II 


28 36 


173.8 


1. 81 


8.4. . . 9.0 


1832.40 


S 


4 


^^^.^^(Seep.xo7S) 


6753 


H3343 


B. A. C. 4713 


6 12 


2 58 


213-7 


40 ± 


6 ...12 


I83I+ 


H 






6754 


S 1814 


0. Aig. N. 14363 


6 39 


50 49 


256.2 


11.03 


8.5... 9.0 


1831.54 


S 


2 


White 


6755 


H234 




6 39 


14 8 


339.6 


3± 


II . . .12 


1820+ 


H 




From H(V) 


6756 


H541 




6 39 


— 10 22 


3iS± 


.... 




1820+ 


H 






6757 


HU474 


SD (17°) 4033 


6 57 


-17 45 


18.0 


0.34 


9.4... 9-4 


1902.41 


Hu 


3 


(Bui. L. 0. No. 21) 


6758 


OS 277 


L 26063 


7 6 


29 17 


333.7 
108.2 


0.42 
14.19 


7.8... 8.0 
--• 9.3 


1845.85 

1832.37 


OS 

S 


4 
3 


A and B ) (p^Q _ 
ABandC) S 1812) 


6759 


2 181 1 rej. 


SD(8°)3724 


7 7 


- 8 26 


320 ± 


30± 


8.5. ..10 


1831+ 


H 






6760 


H542 


.... 


7 16 


37 20 


55 ± 


I2± 


12 = 12 


1820+ 


H 






6761 


Ho 57 


L 26079 


7 21 


42 59 


206.8 


1.83 


8.0. ..13 


1883.49 


Ho 


2 




6762 


S1813 


L 26057 


7 24 


5 58 


191. 


4.76 


8.0... 8.1 


1829.81 


S 


4 

3 


White 


6763 


02280 


0. Aig. N. 14377 


7 25 


60 58 


20.5 


7.20 


7-0.. .11.2 


1848.61 


OS 


7.0 golden 


6764 


OS 278 


Rad'. 3155 


7 31 


44 45 


146.0 


0.41 


7.5... 7-7 


1846.03 


OS 


3 


White 


6765 


H4664 


0. Arg. S. 13477 


7 34 


-28 41 


i8± 


20 ± 


9K..- 9^ 


1834-3 


H 






6766 


P224 


w xnr". 95 


7 38 


13 8 


71.0 


C.71 


8.9... 9.3 


1875.64 


A 


3 




6767 


H 2704 


DM (32°) 2445 


7 45 


32 9 


346.8 


20 ± 


9 ...13 


1830+ 


H 


(Sec p. 1075) 
8.4 m. in DM 


6768 


P939 


L 26065 


14 7 48 


- 7 57 


156. 1 


0.65 


8.0... 8.1 


1879.92 


/3 


2 


A and B J 
AB and C ) 












280.9 


87.25 


... 9-0 


1879.37 


^ 


I 



134 



Within 121° of the North Pole 



14'» 



Number 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R.A.I 


880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epocli 


Observer 


Notes 


6769 


S 1815 


0. Arg. H. 14379 


14'' 7"" 56= 


45°46' 


153-0 


8^84 


8.5. 


.. 9.7 


1831.54 


S 


2 




6770 


OS 279 


P XIV''. 20 


8 





12 34 


248.4 


2.28 


6.8. 


.. 9.0 


1845.68 


OS 


3 


6.8 yet. 


6771 


S 1822 rej. 


DM (73°) 619 


8 


13 


73 24 




CI. IV 


8 . 


. .10 




2 






6772 


S1816 


B. A. C. 4723 


8 


36 


29 40 


80.1 


1.87 


7.0. 


.. 71 


1831.33 


S 


5 


Ytfsh 


6773 


S 1817 


Bootis 107 


8 


49 


27 IS 


7.0 


1-55 


8.0. 


.. 8.6 


1832.16 


s 


5 


White 


6774 


Ho 58 


WXIV". 162 


8 


56 


41 45 


226.5 


3.82 


7-5. 


..11.7 


1884.12 


Ho 


3 




6775 


H543 





9 


4 


34 45 


230 ± 


4± 


13 • 


••13 


1820 + 


H 






6776 


S 1820 


DM (56°) 1718 


9 


5 


55 53 


46.7 


2.40 


8.2. 


.. 8.5 


1831.95 


2 


3 


YeVsh 


6777 


2; 1818 


DM (34°) 2507 


9 


8 


34 29 


327.1 


5.48 


8.2. 


.. 9-7 


1832.03 


S 


3 


8.2 yeVsk wh. 


6778 


S 1821 


K Bootis 


9 


II 


52 21 


237.7 


12.60 


5.1. 


.. 7.2 


1832.50 


2 


7 


Greenish: bluish 


6779 


H2705 


DM (77°) 530 


9 


16 


77 49 


67.5 


s± 


lO-II 


. .11-12 


1830 + 


H 






6780 


Z 1819 


W' XIV''. I2S 


9 


18 


3 41 


84.9 


0.98 


7-9. 


.. 8.0 


1830.39 


S 


4 


YeVsh 


6781 


Hu 138 


SD (6°) 3957 


9 


41 


— 6 30 


58.6 


0.49 


8.7. 


.. 8.8 


1900.31 


Hu 


3 


(A. J. 4B5) 


6782 


See 202 


Cord. G. C. 19325 


9 


50 


-29 25 


109. 1 


0.91 


7.8. 


.. 8.4 


1897.46 


See 


I 




6783 


S 1823 


w xrv''. 137 


9 


57 


10 52 


156. 1 


3-35 


8.5. 


.. 9-5 


1830.00 


2 


3 


White 


6784 


H 1248 




9 


58 


7 54 


340 ± 


2± 


16 . 


. .16-17 


1828 + 


H 






6785 


2 1824 


DM (6°) 2863 


10 


21 


6 38 


282.6 


5. 32 


8.0. 


..lO.O 


1829.98 


2 


3 


8.0 white 


6786 


?N. I 


.... 


10 


22 


2 19 




III-IV 


. 




1784 


IJt 






6787 


H 1249 


0. Aig. S. 13508 


10 


25 


-15 53 


iS5± 


5± 


9 . 


..12 


1828 + 


H 






6788 


S 1827 


0. Aig. N. 14419 


10 


32 


59 48 


210.9 


II. 16 


8.5. 


.. 9.0 


1833.03 


2 


2 


White 


6789 


2 1826 


0. Arg. N. 14418 


10 


39 


47 32 


315.1 


4.43 


8.2. 


.. 9.2 


1832. II 


2 


3 


8.2 wA, 


6790 


Howe 31 


Cord. DM (27°) 9732 


10 


39 


—27 16 


74.6 


6.26 


8.5. 


.. 8.5 


1877.38 


Cin 


I 




6791 


Howe 32 


DM (24°) 2709 


10 


45 


23 55 


193.7 


5.42 


8.5. 


..10.5 


1879-35 


Cin 


I 




6792 


Hu 139 


SD (10°) 3865 


10 


46 


-II 6 


119. 1 


0.90 


9.2. 


.. 9.4 


1900.34 


Hu 


3 


(^./.485) 


6793 


HU475 


SD (17°) 4057 


10 


47 


— 17 12 


123.8 


4.45 


8.8. 


..12.8 


1902.41 


Hu 


3 


(,Bul. L. 0. No. 2j) 


6794 


H 1250 


DM (1°) 2908 


10 


59 


I 37 


I2± 


i5± 


9-10. 


. .10 


1828 + 


H 






6795 


S1825 


Bootis 121 


10 


59 


20 41 


185.7 


3-45 


6.8. 


.. 8.5 


1830.66 


2 


3 


6.8 otA. 


6796 


.... 


DM (24°) 2711 


II 


6 


24 2 


78.9 


3.41 


8.5. 


..lO.O 


1902.18 


P 


2 




6797 


2 1829 


DM (51°) 1903 


II 


6 


51 


150.3 


5.30 


7.7. 


.. 8.2 


1831. II 


2 


3 


White 


6798 


Howe 33 


0. Aig. S. 13520 


II 


18 


-26 58 


120.0 


3.20 


8.0. 


.. 8.0 


1877.24 


Cin 


2 




6799 
6800 


2 1828 
H 4670 


W XIV''. 216 

Cord.DM(25°)i0264 


II 
II 


30 
31 


24 45 
-25 39 


160. 1 
26.6 


1.94 

I2± 


9.2. 
9 . 


.. 9.2 
. .12 


1833.12 
1834 + 


2 
H 


3 


(See p. 1076) 
8.6 in Cord. DM 


6801 


2 1830 


DM (57°) 1496 


II 


52 


57 13 


264.0 


4.84 


8.5. 


.. 9-8 


1830.89 


2 


3 


Z.syePsh 


6802 


2 26, App. I 


i Bootis 


II 


56 


51 55 


33-2 


38.05 


4.9. 


.. 7.5 


1836.22 


2 


4 


YeVsh wh.: wh. 


6803 


^1246 


B. A. C.4740 


12 


12 


—25 16 


187. 1 


2.99 


5.5. 


..13.3 


1891.43 


P 


3 


A and B 1 
A and C) 














88.8 


36.35 




..II.O 


1891.42 


P 


I 


6804 


2 1831 


0. Arg. N. 14439 


12 


17 


57 16 


142.8 


6.01 


6.3. 


.. 9.0 


1830.89 


2 


3 


Verywh.; ash 


6805 


P mo 


Cord. G. C. 19369 


12 


29 


-36 18 


130.7 


3-95 


7.0. 


..12.3 


1889.39 


P 


3 




6806 


H2707 





12 


40 


— 12 52 


139.4 


S± 


13 . 


.•13 


1830 + 


H 




"NearXVirginis" 


6807 


A 147 


A. G. Harvard 4486 


12 


46 


SI 33 


106.6 


0.48 


8.5. 


.. 9.8 


1901.32 


A 


3 




6808 


Hn 18 


L 26172 


12 


48 


-17 58 


357.9 


3.58 


7.6. 


. .11.0 


1881.38 


/3 


3 




6809 


H544 


DM (29°) 2523 


12 


49 


28 56 


320± 


4± 


10 . 


. .12 


1820 + 


H 






6810 


21832 


DM (4°) 2848 


12 


51 


4 27 


118. 3 


0.44 


9.0. 


.. 9.0 


1830.28 


2 


3 


A and B ) 
AB and C ) 














65.5 


I2± 


. 


..(14) 


1828 + 


H 




681 1 


piie 


L 26177 


13 


3 


-13 9 


279.0 


2.90 


7.7. 


.. 8.2 


1875.69 


A 


3 




6812 


PI27I 


Rad'. 3181 


13 


4 


55 6 


355.2 


2.81 


6.8. 


. .12.0 


1892.36 


P 


3 




6813 


p 1272 


0. Arg. W. 14451 


13 


22 


49 18 


132.5 


1. 25 


8.4. 


.. 9.5 


1892.17 


/3 


4 


A and B ) 
AandC $ 














321.8 


23.67 


. 


.. 8.6 


1892.17 


/3 


4 


6814 


H545 


.... 


13 


35 


39 II 


60 ± 


3± 


12 . 


. .12 


1820 + 


H 




"Very delicate" 


6815 


H2708 


DM (24°) 2717 


13 


37 


24 39 


316.7 


I2± 


10 


= 10 


1830 + 


H 






6816 


H2709 


.... 


13 


40 


32 54 


99.8 


12 ± 


10 . 


■.13 


1830 + 


H 




"The last of three" 


6817 


PI273 


0. Arg. N. I44S7 


14 


2 


48 28 


193.0 


1.08 


8.6. 


.. 9.8 


1892.17 


P 


3 




6818 


23083 


DM (24°) 2719 


14 


12 


24 4 


230.3 


4.55 


8.3. 


. .11.0 


1832.73 


2 


3 


8.3 wh. 


6819 


H 1252 


W XIV". 226 


14 


22 


8 50 


267 ± 


6± 


9 . 


..15 


1828 + 


H 






6S20 


02281 


W XIV". 228 


14 


26 


9 8 


161. 5 


1.25 


7.3. 


..10.8 


1847.72 


02 


3 




6821 


A. G. 193 


DM (43°) 2400 


14 14 


29 


42 56 


128.9 


8.00 


9.2. 


.. 9.4 


1900.42 


Es 


2 





136 



1411 



Burnham: General Catalogue of Double Stars 



Number 


Double Star 


Sur Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


6822 


A. G. 194 


DM (23°) 2682 


14" 1 4"° 38' 


23°36' 


.... 




9-0 


... 










6823 


H546 




14 


40: 


— II 42: 


40° ± 




5-6 




1820 + 


H 






6824 


Ho 541 


DM (12°) 2683 


14 


SI 


12 43 


87.0 


ifgi 


9-3 


. ..10.2 


1896.38 


Ho 


2 


{A. N. issi) 


6825 


H1253 




15 


25 


23 


300 ± 


7± 


II 


. . .12 


1828 + 


H 






6826 


H4674 


SD (13°) 3882 


15 


26 


-13 12 


272 ± 


i8± 


9 


-.. 9'A 


1836.4 


H 






6827 


H235 




15 


33: 


14 8: 


280 ± 


S± 


II 


...13 


1820 + 


H 






6828 


Ho 384 


L 26242 


15 


42 


- 7 32 


49-8 


25.88 


6-5 


. .12 


1891.39 


Ho 


I 




6829 


S 1836 rej. 


DM (69°) 742 


15 


45 


69 52 


II3-7 


20 ± 


9-1 c 


= 9-10 


1830 + 


H 




Measures from H (V} 
(See p. 1076) 


6830 


H547 


DM (35°) 2550 


15 


50 


35 32 


285 ± 


18-20 


9 


. .11 


1820 + 


H 




6831 


H 2711 


SD (22°) 3779 


15 


53 


—22 32 


133-8 


I2± 


9 


. .12 


1830 + 


H 






6832 


2 1834 


DM (49°) 2294 


15 


54 


49 3 


113-7 


1.36 


7-1 


.. 7.2 


1831.20 


S 


4 




6833 


9 III. 20 




16 


± 


12 ii± 


329-5 


7.60 






1782.30 


IS 


I 




6834 


H 2712 




16 


2 


54 32 


302.6 


20 ± 


lO-I 


[. .11-12 


1830 + 


H 




" Taken by mistake 
for S 1830 " 


6836 


Espin 19 


DM (52°) 1792 


16 


15 


52 13 


47-3 


I. 71 


9-0 


..10.3 


1902.18 


/3 


2 


Aand B 
A and C ) 














170-3 


40.84 




.. 9.0 


1902.18 


P 


2 


6837 


21833 


p xrv". 62 


16 


18 


- 7 13 


166.7 


4.92 


7.0 


.. 7.0 


1832.3s 


S 


3 


White 


6838 


H236 




16 


46: 


12 33: 


280 ± 


i5± 


12 


-■13 


1820 + 


H 






6839 


H2713 


SD (16°) 3858 


17 


16 


— 16 13 


203 . 1 


6± 


9-i< 


)..1S 


1830-f 


H 






6840 


H2714 


L 26283 


17 


18 


-19 15 


266.4 


I2± 


7-8 


--I5 


1830 + 


H 






6841 


2 1839 


0. Arg. H. 14504 


17 


26 


54 28 


261.9 


14.42 


8.3 


.. 8.3 


1831.49 


2 


3 


Very wh. 


6842 


Piiii 


p xrv''. 69 


17 


29 


9 


135-3 


0.19 


8 


4 


.. 8 


4 


1889.40 


P 


3 


B and C ) AC= 
AB and C 5 ^ '^35 














186. 5 


6.06 


5 


5 


.. 6 


8 


1832.08 


S 


3 


6843 


Ho 262 


L 26310 


17 


30 


33 3 


276.6 


5-54 


7 





--13 





1886.97 


Ho 


2 




6844 


2 1840 


0. Arg. K. I4515 


17 


33 


68 20 


222.4 


27-39 


6 


5 


.. 9 


2 


1831.66 


2 


2 


6.3 very -wh. 


6845 


A 148 


A. G. Harvard 4506 


17 


47 


51 39 


347-8 


0.30 


8 


5 


.. 8 


S 


1901.32 


A 


3 




6846 


P615 


0. Arg. N. 14509 


17 


52 


49 4 


237-1 


2-35 


8 


5 


■• 9 


5 


1878.30 


/3 


1 




6847 


H548 




17 


59 


36 48 










1820 + 


H 






6848 


H271S 




18 


4 


26 56 


358.0 


4± 


11 


..12 


1830 + 


H 




"Neat" 


6849 


2 1844 


DM (77°) 536 


18 


9 


77 21 


215.8 


1. 61 


8.9 


. .10.4 


1832.61 


2 


4 




6850 


H 2717 




18 


13 


55 25 


297-3 


5± 


11 


..12 


1830 + 


H 






6851 


21837 


P xnr'". 70 


18 


14 


-II 7 


326.9 


1. 41 


7-1 


...8.7 


1829.83 


2 


4 


7.1 vih. 


6852 


2 1838 


DM (u°) 2673 


18 


14 


II 47 


334.4 


8.86 


7-2 


-- 7-3 


1832.23 


2 


7 


White 


6853 


O.Stone 31 


Tar. 5948 


18 


15 


-27 35 


275.6 


o.8± 


8.0 


.. 9.2 


1880.38 


Cin 


I 




6854 


H2716 


DM (47°) 2137 


18 


22 


46 55 


266.0 


3± 


11 


= 11 


1830 + 


H 






6855 


H549 


DM (30°) 2514 


18 


44 


30 32 


I45± 


20-30 


8-9 


. .10 


1820 + 


H 






6856 


2 3084 rej. 


DM (62°) 1345 


18 


45 


62 49 




CI. IV 


9 


. .11 




2 






6857 


P225 


L 26320 


18 


48 


-19 26 


295.8 


35-12 


7 


•- 7 


1822.60 


Sh 


3 


A and B ) 
B and C 5 














101.9 


1.40 


7-3 


.. 8.2 


1875.71 


A 


3 


6858 


H546 


B. A. C. 4777 


18 


48 


-12 49 


40 ± 


30 ± 


6-7 


. .11 


1820 + 


H 






6859 


2 1 841 rej. 


0. Arg. N. 14536 


18 


48 


68 21 




CI. IV 


6-7 


. .10 




2 






6860 


A 149 


A. G. Bonn 9419 


18 


54 


48 9 


154.4 


0.66 


8-9 


.. 9.2 


1901.30 


A 


3 


A and B ) 
AB and C ) 














29.8 


15-66 




..13-0 


1901.31 


A 


2 


esei 


H4678 




19 


6 


-23 53 


319-9 


3± 


11% 


■-13 


1834 + 


H 






6862 


H4679 


L 26327 


19 


10 


-21 35 


3i3± 


20 ± 


8 


• • 9 


1836.2 


H 






6863 


Cordoba 


I. 26334 


19 


28 


-23 40 


132-5 


2-34 


8-3 


.. 8.6 


1903.93 


P 


2 




6864 


H 2720 


0. Arg. N. 14535 


19 


30 


47 I 


31-3 


i8± 


9 


-13 


1830 + 


H 






6865 


2 1851 


DM (80°) 436 


19 


34 


80 23 


332-4 


10.28 


8.5. 


. .11.0 


1832.55 


2 


2 


8.S yeVsh wh. 


6866 


H2718 


Cord. DM (23°) 1 1 71 4 


19 


51 


-23 35 


203-5 


20 ± 


9-10. 


..10 


1830 + 


H 






6867 


? VI. 52 




20 


± 


20°. .28° 




60 ± 


. 




1781.62 


IJt 




"Unidentifiable" 


6868 


02 282 rej. 


L 26366 


20 


5 


7 46 


212.8 


22.52 


7-5- 


-.11-3 


1843-38 


Ma 


2 


7-5 yei. 


6869 




DM (24°) 2733 


20 


II 


24 12 


74-7 
120.6 
294.2 
245.4 


45-21 
182.5s 

284.74 
154-52 


9-0. 


..II. 7 


1903-02 
1903-02 
1903.01 
1903-01 


/3 
P 


4 
4 
2 
2 


A and B ~ 
AandC 
AandD 
A and b 


■ 


6870 


S1843 


0. Arg. H. 14548 


14 20 


IS 


48 23 


188. 1 


20.15 


7.2. 


.. 8.7 


1830.60 


2 


2 


White 












IJ 


16 












" 








• 



Within 121" of the North Pole 



1411 



Numbei 


Double Star 


Star Catalogue 


R. A. 1880 


Decl. 1880 


Position 
Angle 


Distance 


Magnitudes 


Epoch 


Observer 


Notes 


6871 


H 2721 


L 26378 


14" 20°" 16' 


22°S0' 


141-9 


60" ± 


8 ... 9 


1830 + 


H 






6872 


2 1849 


DM (77°) 540 


20 18 


77 15 


1.2 


1.46 


8.5... 9.0 


1832.61 


S 


4 




6873 


H1254 


.... 


20 30 


2 40 


65 ± 


s± 


10 ...10 + 


1828 + 


H 




"Neat" 


6874 


2 1845 rej. 


DM (62°) 1349 


20 31 


62 29 




CI. IV 


8 ...10 


.... 


S 




From Cat, Nov. 

(See p. 1076) 


6875 


S1842 


DM (4°) 2864 


20 57 


4 14 


10.9 


2.84 


8.7... 8.7 


1828.86 


s 


4 


Whitt 


6876 


P940 


52 Hydrae 


21 9 


-28 57 


276.8 


4.00 


5-0. ..II. 3 


1879.42 


p 


3 




6877 


Ho 386 


SD (22°) 3793 


21 34 


—22 28 


326.6 


3-76 


7.8. ..12 


1893-34 


Ho 


I 




6878 


H550 


DM (35°) 2560 


21 58 


35 49 


29s ± 


2± 


9 = 9 


1820 + 


H 






6879 


Ho 542 


DM (21°) 265s 


21 59 


21 9 


273.6 


0.49 


8.8... 8.8 


1896.36 


Ho 


2 




6880 


2 1846 


if) Virginis 


22 2 


- I 41 


108.8 


3-73 


5.2... 9.7 


1829.74 


S 


5 


S.'iyel. 


6881 


S1847 


W XIV". 379 


22 14 


- 9 40 


248.4 


18.73 


8.5... 9-8 


1829.81 


S 


4 




6882 


Ho 543 


DM (22°) 2706 


22 21 


21 56 


234-7 


4-23 


8.5... 8.5 


1896.30 


Ho 


2 


(A.N.35S7) 


6883 


2 1848 


DM (33°) 2466 


22 39 


33 29 


3-4 


3-03 


8.2. . .11.2 


1832.12 


S 


3 




6884 


Cordoba 


Cord. G. C. 19614 


22 46 


—25 


58.0 


13.01 


7 ... 9-8 


1897.52 


See 


I 




6885 


H551 




22 49 


20 22 


75 ± 


5± 


II ...12 


1820 + 


H 






6886 


Egbert 3 


W" XIV''. 388 


22 58 


-14 29 


198.7 


3-70 


8.6... 9.4 


1880.33 


Gin 


5 




6887 


2 1850 


DM (28°) 2332 


23 16 


28 50 


262.2 


25.69 


6.1... 6.7 


1832.00 


S 


4 


Very wh. 


6888 


H237 




23 40: 


II 12: 


40 ± 


i5± 


II ...12 


1820 + 


H 






688g 


2 1852 rej. 


B. A. C. 4799 


23 45 


- 3 43 


268.1 


25.16 


6.9. . .10.0 


1879.30 


^ 


3 




68go 


P462 


SD (3°) 363s 


23 46 


- 3 II 


324-4 


2.01 


9.5... 9-7 


1877.48 


i 


2 


A and B 
A and C ) 












65.4 


14.81 


...12.0 


1880.32 


/3 


I 


6891 


Ho 544 


DM (30°) 2528 


23 52 


30 5 


233-3 


13-66 


8.5. ..13 


1896.37 


Ho 


3 


{^.JV.3557) 


6892 


H5485 


.... 


24 : 


2 25: 


I72± 


— 


II — II 


1823 + 


H 




*'Place precarious" 


6893 


S1853 


w xiv''. 413 


24 8 


6 49 


86.4 


2.73 


8.7... 9-3 


1830.01 


S 


3 




6894 


2 1887 


Redliffl 2184 


24 9 


87 58 


240.2 


3-22 


8.2. ..10.5 


1832.37 


S 


3 


Z.iyeVsk wh. 


6895 


2 1854 rej. 


p xrv". 103 


24 41 


32 20 


257-3 


26.34 


6.5... 9-0 


1879-35 


Cin 


I 




6896 


P117 


L 26481 


24 43 


-15 4 


95-8 


2.44 


8.3... 9.2 


1876.64 


A 


3 




6897 


H55a 




24 43: 


— 12 16: 


330 ± 


I2± 


9 = 9 


1820 + 


H 






6898 


H2725 


DM (55°) 1686 


24 52 


55 3 


152-3 


IS± 


9 ...II 


1830 + 


H 






6899 


H 2727 


DM (70°) 787 


24 52 


70 51 


21.5 


25 ± 


9 ...10 


1830 + 


H 




A and B ) 
B and C 5 












177-9 


I0± 


. . .11 


1830 + 


H 




6900 


Cordoba 


Cord. G. C. 19678 


25 8 


-27 30 


181. 2 


14.82 


8 ...10.9 


1897.46 


See 


I 




egoi 


H2724 





25 9 


20 24 


321.9 


I7± 


II = II 


1830 + 


H 






6902 


H238 




25 13: 


14 16: 


i05± 


20 ± 


10 ...II 


1820+ 


H 
















105 ± 


35 ± 


. . .11 


1820 + 


H 




6903 


H 2723 


Coid.DM(23°)ii775 


25 24 


-23 30 


136.3 


25 ± 


9 ...lO-II 


1830 + 


H 






6904 


A. G. 195 


A. G. iab. 4980 


25 39 


2 22 


160. 1 


1.62 


9.1... 9-3 


1902.72 


M 


3 




6905 


P 1112 


Lac. 5983 


26 3 


—30 II 


7.6 


2.44 


6.3.. .11.1 


1889.41 


/3 


6 




6906 


Hu 140 


SD (12°) 4079 


26 3 


-12 28 


182.4 


1. 16 


8.5... 8.9 


1900.42 


Hu 


4 


M. 7.485) 


6907 


6Iasenapp3 


SD (12°) 4080 


26 10 


— 12 14 


314-6 


68.49 


9-2... 9-5 


1890.44 


Gla 


2 




6908 


H 2729 


DM (56°) 1742 


26 1