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Upcoming La Paz Asteroid Events

(distance in km which will *NOT* include all TNO's)
Event Summary for Longitude -110.33   Latitude 24.13
     Date       U.T.    Diameter   Durn  Star  Mag-Drop Elon  %      Star         d     Planet           Shape Alt  Dist Sun Proba-   Moon       R.A. (J2000)  Dec.           Rec
   y   m  d    h   m     km   "   sec/m   mag   V    R     o Ill     No.               No Name                   o   km  Alt bility ill Elon   h  m   s      o  '   "           #
2016 Aug 13    8 19.3    66 0.024   2.3s 11.0  5.4  5.4   62     TYC 2397-00864-1    1735 ITA            DAMIT   5    47       46%   74  163   5 11 31.040  34 39 50.62        19
2016 Aug 14   12 35.8    64 0.037   5.4s 11.7  3.5  3.5  146     2UCAC 18809703       965 Angelica              20   245  -4    0%   84   74  23 47 33.767 -31 25 32.93        24
2016 Aug 19    9 16.8    99 0.071  15.6s 12.4 0.31 0.31  139     2UCAC 23494637        44 Nysa           DA+IS   9   490        0%   99   54  19  9 23.034 -21 23  4.54        44
2016 Aug 22    7 47.1    38 0.032   1.7s 11.3  2.4  2.4   91     TYC 1811-01778-1     193 Ambrosia       DA+IS  22   294        0%   81   39   3 38 58.649  28 25 24.18        57
2016 Aug 23    4  9.3    70 0.056   8.7s 11.4  2.4  2.2  134     TYC 1602-01401-1    1264 Letaba                77   334        0%   72   95  19 41 50.839  16 48  2.42        58
2016 Aug 26   12  6.5    85 0.037   2.5s 10.9  3.6  3.3   58     TYC 1887-00082-1 K   162 Laurentia      DA+IS  45   388        0%   35   17   6 25 30.386  26 53 55.81        76
2016 Aug 27    4 36.5   208 0.243  28.0s  7.5  2.9  3.0  154     TYC 0517-00165-1      85 Io             DA+IS  61   490        0%   28  134  20 52 58.284   1 57 51.56        78
2016 Aug 29    8 23.3    19 0.015   1.8s  9.2  6.4  6.3  179     TYC 5811-01543-1    2919 Dali                  55   170        0%   10  142  22 37 24.070 - 8 31 20.28        89
2016 Sep  3    9 57.5   166 0.133  31.8s  7.6  3.9  3.8  133     HIP 8524              51 Nemausa        DAMIT  72   175        0%    4  156   1 49 55.964   7 13 23.73       115
2016 Sep 14    6 22.6    66 0.060   7.3s  9.7  2.1  2.0  155     TYC 5273-00902-1     487 Venetia               40    87       27%   92   55   1  6 47.715 - 9 51 48.74       157
2016 Sep 26    8 32.6    56 0.030   3.0s 12.4  3.4  3.4   88     2UCAC 43082374       255 Oppavia               26    36       41%   20   36   6 26 17.788  32  2 45.59       204
These events are sorted from www.asteroidoccultation.com by Steve Preston

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(arc second separation =< 0.5" which *will* include most TNO's) 
Event Summary for Longitude -110.33   Latitude 24.13
     Date       U.T.    Diameter   Durn  Star  Mag-Drop Elon  %      Star         d     Planet           Shape Alt  Dist Sun Proba-   Moon       R.A. (J2000)  Dec.           Rec
   y   m  d    h   m     km   "   sec/m   mag   V    R     o Ill     No.               No Name                   o    "  Alt bility ill Elon   h  m   s      o  '   "           #
2016 Aug 13    5 28.8    64 0.033   6.8s 12.1  3.4  3.4  135     2UCAC 26516284       928 Hildrun        DAMIT  48   0.3        0%   73   19  18 27 42.087 -14 42 56.72        17
2016 Aug 13    8 19.3    66 0.024   2.3s 11.0  5.4  5.4   62     TYC 2397-00864-1    1735 ITA            DAMIT   5   0.0       46%   74  163   5 11 31.040  34 39 50.62        19
2016 Aug 14   12 35.8    64 0.037   5.4s 11.7  3.5  3.5  146     2UCAC 18809703       965 Angelica              20   0.1  -4    0%   84   74  23 47 33.767 -31 25 32.93        24
2016 Aug 19    9 16.8    99 0.071  15.6s 12.4 0.31 0.31  139     2UCAC 23494637        44 Nysa           DA+IS   9   0.3        0%   99   54  19  9 23.034 -21 23  4.54        44
2016 Aug 19   11 36.4   165 0.065   4.8s 11.1  2.6  2.6   54     TYC 2433-01290-1      96 Aegle                 35   0.2        0%   98  112   6 19 19.346  35 42 50.23        48
2016 Aug 22    2 44.5    27 0.011   1.6s 10.1  7.0  7.2   85     TYC 6188-00939-1    1003 Lilofee               40   0.4        0%   83  145  15 28 11.003 -17  4 29.68        56
2016 Aug 22    7 47.1    38 0.032   1.7s 11.3  2.4  2.4   91     TYC 1811-01778-1     193 Ambrosia       DA+IS  22   0.2        0%   81   39   3 38 58.649  28 25 24.18        57
2016 Aug 23    4  9.3    70 0.056   8.7s 11.4  2.4  2.2  134     TYC 1602-01401-1    1264 Letaba                77   0.3        0%   72   95  19 41 50.839  16 48  2.42        58
2016 Aug 23    5 58.2    48 0.021   8.9s 10.9  6.0  6.0  125     TYC 5698-01269-1    1579 Herrick               40   0.3        0%   71  119  18 26 36.179 -12 59 40.95        59
2016 Aug 25    2  6.4    52 0.035   6.9s 11.5  2.7  2.7  113     2UCAC 19224025       987 Wallia                35   0.4  -4    0%   51  153  17 40  7.708 -30  7 40.71        68
2016 Aug 26    8 33.4   128 0.068  11.4s 10.3  3.4  3.3  140     TYC 0493-00804-1     895 Helio                 35   0.3        0%   36  134  19 55  1.147   6  4 37.24        74
2016 Aug 26   12  6.5    85 0.037   2.5s 10.9  3.6  3.3   58     TYC 1887-00082-1 K   162 Laurentia      DA+IS  45   0.2        0%   35   17   6 25 30.386  26 53 55.81        76
2016 Aug 28    2 25.6    38 0.034   4.4s 11.8  3.2  3.2  166     TYC 5790-00658-1    1438 Wendeline             21   0.3  -9    0%   19  142  21 31 34.334 -11  7  4.70        82
2016 Aug 29    8 23.3    19 0.015   1.8s  9.2  6.4  6.3  179     TYC 5811-01543-1    2919 Dali                  55   0.1        0%   10  142  22 37 24.070 - 8 31 20.28        89
2016 Sep  3    9 57.5   166 0.133  31.8s  7.6  3.9  3.8  133     HIP 8524              51 Nemausa        DAMIT  72   0.1        0%    4  156   1 49 55.964   7 13 23.73       115
2016 Sep  6    2 49.3    47 0.040   4.1s  9.3  5.2  5.2  169     HIP 110079          3925 Tret'yakov            26   0.2        5%   20  116  22 17 51.028 - 7 35 17.68       127
2016 Sep  8    4 24.3    54 0.034   4.0s  6.9  6.5  6.5   99     HIP 86404            224 Oceana                25   0.3        0%   38   27  17 39 20.439 -29 31 51.72       132
2016 Sep  8    4 48.7    97 0.052   7.4s 10.9  3.7  3.6  160     TYC 6962-00187-1    1028 Lydina                35   0.4        0%   38   90  22 29 59.440 -23 24 22.49       133
2016 Sep 13   10 18.6    83 0.055   5.1s 10.9  2.7  2.7   90     TYC 1304-01801-1      72 Feronia        DA+IS  50   0.4        0%   86  134   5 22  7.313  20 23 40.07       150
2016 Sep 14    6 22.6    66 0.060   7.3s  9.7  2.1  2.0  155     TYC 5273-00902-1     487 Venetia               40   0.1       27%   92   55   1  6 47.715 - 9 51 48.74       157
2016 Sep 16    9 15.7    45 0.022   3.1s 11.1  4.9  4.9   91     TYC 1309-00169-1    1082 Pirola         DAMIT  36   0.3        0%  100   95   5 30  9.566  21 17 39.38       164
2016 Sep 18    2 57.1   101 0.052  62.9s 11.3  3.4  3.7  123     TYC 6909-00844-1     740 Cantabia              41   0.4        0%   97   75  20  7 56.649 -24 22 39.67       169
2016 Sep 22   12 17.6    72 0.026   2.3s 11.1  4.5  4.5   59     TYC 0785-00854-1     640 Brambilla             44   0.2        0%   60   43   8  7 48.117  10 31 20.86       185
2016 Sep 25    3 15.5    42 0.025   3.7s 12.4  3.4  3.4  166     2UCAC 35685711      2483 Guinevere      DAMIT  23   0.4        0%   32   99   0 48 33.672  11 17 39.69       201
2016 Sep 26    8 32.6    56 0.030   3.0s 12.4  3.4  3.4   88     2UCAC 43082374       255 Oppavia               26   0.0       41%   20   36   6 26 17.788  32  2 45.59       204
These events are sorted from www.asteroidoccultation.com by Steve Preston

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Upcoming Lunar Events

GRAZES
Grazing Occultations near La Paz
E. Longitude -110 20  0.0,  Latitude  24  8  0.0,  Alt.   20m;  Telescope dia 25cm;  dMag 1.0
       day  Time   P   Star  Sp  Mag  Mag    % Elon Sun Moon      Cusp angle   Distance       Azimuth    Path formula
 y   m  d  h  m  s      No  D     v    r V  ill     Alt Alt               o          km 
16 Aug 23 11 14 25   Gr    368DK2  6.2        69- 112     73 ** GRAZE: CA -9.1S; Dist.132km in az. 332deg. [Lat = 25.48+0.48(E.Long+110.33)]
16 Aug 25 15  8 40   Gr    680SF5  6.5  6.3   45-  84  28 67 ** GRAZE: CA  0.1S; Dist. 28km in az. 358deg. [Lat = 24.38+0.03(E.Long+110.33)]
16 Sep  5  0 56  0   Gr   1941 M3  4.7  3.8s  12+  41   8 36 ** GRAZE: CA  4.2N; Dist.178km in az.  15deg. [Lat = 25.80-0.25(E.Long+110.33)]
16 Sep 16  8 24 53   Gr   3412 M2  4.2  3.4s 100+ 173     53 ** GRAZE: CA -1.2S; Dist. 15km in az. 151deg. [Lat = 23.98+0.52(E.Long+110.33)]
16 Sep 21 10 40 37   Gr    608DF3  6.0  5.8s  72- 116     75 ** GRAZE: CA -9.7S; Dist.122km in az. 339deg. [Lat = 25.31+0.34(E.Long+110.33)]
16 Sep 21 17 33 58   Gr    635cG8  3.7  3.1s  70- 113  56  7 ** GRAZE: CA  4.4S; Dist. 42km in az. 197deg. [Lat = 23.74-0.28(E.Long+110.33)]
16 Sep 22  5 53  2   Gr    741cK1  5.5  4.8   62- 104      2 ** GRAZE: CA  8.0N; Dist.187km in az. 160deg. [Lat = 22.34+0.33(E.Long+110.33)]
16 Sep 23 13 35 44   Gr    934 K1  6.4  5.7S  48-  88   5 85 ** GRAZE: CA -1.4S; Dist.166km in az. 181deg. [Lat = 22.64-0.02(E.Long+110.33)]
16 Nov 26 11 44 58   Gr   2020pA0  6.5  6.5    8-  32      5 ** GRAZE: CA -4.0S; Dist. 50km in az.  12deg. [Lat = 24.59-0.20(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Jan  7  4 23 26   Gr    327cG8  4.4  3.9s  65+ 107     59 ** GRAZE: CA -2.6N; Dist.292km in az. 164deg. [Lat = 21.40+0.26(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Jan  9  2 27  1   Gr    608DF3  6.0  5.8s  85+ 134     63 ** GRAZE: CA  4.1S; Dist. 56km in az. 334deg. [Lat = 24.69+0.44(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Jan 31 18  6 43   Gr   3526cG9  4.9  4.4S  16+  47  45 19 ** GRAZE: CA -0.1S; Dist.199km in az. 173deg. [Lat = 22.33+0.11(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Mar  3  5  5 53   Gr    401cA2  6.3  6.3s  24+  59      8 ** GRAZE: CA  2.8N; Dist.115km in az.  10deg. [Lat = 25.18-0.16(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Mar  4 23  9 23   Gr    669SG7  3.8  3.3s  44+  84  30 63 ** GRAZE: CA 10.4S; Dist. 59km in az. 155deg. [Lat = 23.55+0.43(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Mar  6  2 59 39   Gr    836 B2  5.7  5.7v  57+  98     75 ** GRAZE: CA -0.8N; Dist. 23km in az. 181deg. [Lat = 23.93-0.02(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Mar 11  8  3 53   Gr   1531wA0  6.0  6.0v  98+ 164     64 ** GRAZE: CA  7.1N; Dist. 63km in az. 212deg. [Lat = 23.46-0.58(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Mar 23 11 58 58   Gr   2989 G2  6.7  6.4   23-  57     21 ** GRAZE: CA  8.6S; Dist. 11km in az. 195deg. [Lat = 24.03-0.24(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Mar 29 22 46 58   Gr    322cG0  5.6  5.3    5+  25  38 61 ** GRAZE: CA-14.6N; Dist. 80km in az. 162deg. [Lat = 23.38+0.29(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Apr  3  0 48 35   Gr    947SF6  5.2  5.0   42+  80  10 86 ** GRAZE: CA -4.3N; Dist. 58km in az. 178deg. [Lat = 23.61+0.03(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Apr 11 11 36 20   Gr   1941 M3  4.7  3.8s 100- 176     24 ** GRAZE: CA 57.4S; Dist. 60km in az.   6deg. [Lat = 24.67-0.10(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Apr 24 13 20 59   Gr     76 F5  5.9  5.7    5-  27   6 21 ** GRAZE: CA  8.3S; Dist.162km in az. 348deg. [Lat = 25.63+0.20(E.Long+110.33)]
17 May  2  3 24 20   Gr   1207cK3  5.6  4.9   39+  77     52 ** GRAZE: CA -4.4S; Dist.  1km in az. 206deg. [Lat = 24.12-0.44(E.Long+110.33)]
17 May 19 11 51 47   Gr   3295kA3  7.0  6.8   45-  84 -11 44 ** GRAZE: CA -0.1S; Dist. 92km in az. 162deg. [Lat = 23.26+0.30(E.Long+110.33)]
17 May 21 10 51 50   Gr     12 B8  6.4  6.5s  25-  60     17 ** GRAZE: CA -4.3N; Dist.148km in az. 353deg. [Lat = 25.47+0.12(E.Long+110.33)]
17 May 22 20 54 56   Gr    192 A3  5.1  5.1   13-  43  67 25 ** GRAZE: CA  5.2S; Dist. 38km in az. 174deg. [Lat = 23.79+0.09(E.Long+110.33)]
17 May 23 15 15 43   Gr    303cK0  6.4  5.9    7-  31  34 56 ** GRAZE: CA  0.2N; Dist.127km in az. 148deg. [Lat = 22.78+0.58(E.Long+110.33)]
17 May 23 19 38  7   Gr    322cG0  5.6  5.3    6-  29  85 56 ** GRAZE: CA -4.6N; Dist.126km in az. 165deg. [Lat = 22.96+0.24(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Jun  1  1 59 51   Gr   1531wA0  6.0  6.0v  45+  85   1 70 ** GRAZE: CA -6.5S; Dist.201km in az.  31deg. [Lat = 26.26-0.56(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Jun  2  3 16  6   Gr   1644 B9  4.1  4.1   56+  97     63 ** GRAZE: CA  7.4N; Dist.181km in az.  35deg. [Lat = 26.11-0.63(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Jun  3  3  7 42   Gr   1749wK3  6.0  5.4   66+ 109     66 ** GRAZE: CA  8.0N; Dist.141km in az.  35deg. [Lat = 25.69-0.65(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Jun  9  8 52 37   Gr   2448cK1  6.3  5.6  100+ 175     41 ** GRAZE: CA 60.5S; Dist.  7km in az. 357deg. [Lat = 24.20+0.05(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Jun 16 15  7 51   Gr   3388SF2  5.5        60- 101  32 43 ** GRAZE: CA  6.7N; Dist. 54km in az. 332deg. [Lat = 24.69+0.48(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Jun 20 18 18 24   Gr    401cA2  6.3  6.3s  17-  48  75 56 ** GRAZE: CA -1.1N; Dist. 49km in az. 348deg. [Lat = 24.58+0.19(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Jun 21 11 31  1   Gr    508cK0  4.1  3.6   10-  37     13 ** GRAZE: CA  1.8S; Dist.182km in az. 160deg. [Lat = 22.38+0.34(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Jul  1  4 31 31   Gr   1825 G8  5.9  5.5   51+  91     39 ** GRAZE: CA -3.5S; Dist. 51km in az. 203deg. [Lat = 23.63-0.39(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Jul 21 12  8 41   Gr    943 B8  6.6  6.6    5-  26  -8 14 ** GRAZE: CA -1.5S; Dist. 22km in az. 337deg. [Lat = 24.35+0.38(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Aug 14  6 33 51   Gr    405SF1  4.3  4.1S  58-  99      4 ** GRAZE: CA  3.6N; Dist.284km in az. 346deg. [Lat = 26.77+0.22(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Aug 21 20 47 34   Gr   1487SB7  1.4  1.4s   0+   1  65 66 ** GRAZE: CA 16.1N; Dist.299km in az.  31deg. [Lat = 27.27-0.54(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Sep  9  9  1 59   Gr    249 K3  4.5  3.7   89- 141     69 ** GRAZE: CA 15.8N; Dist. 60km in az. 146deg. [Lat = 23.48+0.61(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Sep 10 13 21 40   Gr    398cK0  6.5  5.9   80- 126   3 51 ** GRAZE: CA  6.4N; Dist.  4km in az. 171deg. [Lat = 24.09+0.14(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Sep 11  7 50 18   Gr    508cK0  4.1  3.6   71- 115     37 ** GRAZE: CA-11.8S; Dist.185km in az. 152deg. [Lat = 22.24+0.49(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Sep 11  9 56 49   Gr    516cG5  6.9  6.3   70- 114     65 ** GRAZE: CA 13.5N; Dist. 28km in az. 150deg. [Lat = 23.84+0.52(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Sep 12  7 56 33   Gr    669SG7  3.8  3.3s  60- 102     27 ** GRAZE: CA-10.9S; Dist.178km in az. 154deg. [Lat = 22.35+0.44(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Sep 12 12 23  8   Gr    692SK5  0.9  0.1v  59- 100 -10 80 ** GRAZE: CA -8.8S; Dist.243km in az. 344deg. [Lat = 26.41+0.27(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Sep 18 20 22 42   GrMars        1.8  1.8    2-  18  62 56 ** GRAZE: CA -3.6N; Dist.  4km in az. 213deg. [Lat = 24.09-0.60(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Oct 25  1 43 24   Gr   2591cK0  6.2  5.5   24+  58     32 ** GRAZE: CA  1.6S; Dist. 82km in az. 160deg. [Lat = 23.35+0.33(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Nov  4  4 54 33   Gr    405SF1  4.3  4.1S 100- 175     55 ** GRAZE: CA-81.8N; Dist.400km in az. 148deg. [Lat = 19.87+0.58(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Dec  5  7 10  7   Gr    995SB6  4.1  4.2v  96- 156     66 ** GRAZE: CA 17.1N; Dist.209km in az. 165deg. [Lat = 22.18+0.24(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Dec  8  7 30 21   Gr   1415WA1  6.3  6.3   71- 115     29 ** GRAZE: CA -8.2S; Dist. 56km in az. 352deg. [Lat = 24.64+0.13(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Dec 15 14 46 53   Gr   2223SK0  3.9  3.4    6-  29   8 35 ** GRAZE: CA  4.4S; Dist.194km in az.  31deg. [Lat = 26.17-0.55(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Dec 21 23 46 17   Gr   3041wK3  6.2  5.5   12+  40  10 41 ** GRAZE: CA  6.4S; Dist. 46km in az. 329deg. [Lat = 24.61+0.55(E.Long+110.33)]
TOTALS
Occultation prediction for La Paz
E. Longitude -110 20  0.0,  Latitude  24  8  0.0,  Alt.   20m;  Telescope dia 25cm;  dMag 1.0
       day  Time     P   Star  Sp  Mag  Mag    % Elon Sun  Moon   CA   PA  VA  AA Libration   A   B   RV    Cct durn  R.A. (Appnt)  Dec   Mdist   SV
 y   m  d  h  m   s       No  D     v    r V  ill     Alt Alt Az   o    o   o   o   L    B   m/o m/o  "/s     o  sec  h  m   s    o  m  s   Mm   m/s
16 Aug 14  1 28 44.4 d    2578 A1  6.5  6.5   80+ 127   5 36 139  48N  52  91  52 -4.2 -6.0 +2.9+2.8 .230   48.1     17 56 54.2 -18 48  3 390.7 653.4
16 Aug 14  2 32  6.6 r    2578 A1  6.5  6.5   80+ 128  -9 44 155 -38N 326 349 326 -4.4 -5.9 +1.9-2.5 .210  131.7     17 56 54.2 -18 48  3 389.8 596.6
16 Aug 15  6  5 38.9 D    2755cG8  6.6* 6.1   89+ 140     43 207  47N  46  20  53 -5.5 -5.3 +2.0+1.5 .275   34.4     18 57 13.5 -18 41  2 384.4 620.9
16 Aug 15  8 11 27.3 D    2764SG5  6.4  5.9   89+ 141     24 235  49N  48 356  54 -5.9 -5.3 +0.7+0.8 .353   30.0     19  0 25.9 -18 32 23 385.7 763.8
      2764 is triple: **               203.7, dT = +26sec : ** 7.1 7.1 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.21sec
      2764 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1561). Observations are highly desired
16 Aug 17  4 13 29.4 D    3029cF2  7.0  6.8   98+ 165     39 138  82S  91 130 107 -4.8 -3.1 +2.2+0.6 .363  -12.2     20 46 11.8 -15 44  2 375.3 676.5
      3029 is double: ** 7.7 7.7 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.28sec
      3029 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 290). Observations are highly desired
16 Aug 19  9 53 42.9 R    3333SA5  6.4        99- 167     49 221  73S 232 195 255 -4.2 +0.0 +1.6+1.0 .397 -169.4     22 43 56.5 - 8 13 17 365.9 715.9
      3333 is quadruple: AB 6.79 7.88 2.39" 305.9, dT = -1.6sec : AC 6.8 11.4 70" 356.8, dT = +102sec : AD 6.8 14.2 74" 277.0, dT = -131sec
      3333 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
16 Aug 20  6 25 52.2 R    3472cF5  6.9  6.7   95- 155     43 122  69N 271 322 296 -2.4 +1.8 +2.0+0.6 .383  154.4     23 34 20.9 - 4 18 27 364.3 750.7
      3472 is double: ** 7.8 7.8 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.26sec
      3472 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1644). Observations are highly desired
16 Aug 21  5 16  3.5 R      55cG8  6.4     s  89- 142     20  99  71N 269 333 294 -1.1 +3.4 +0.7+0.8 .488  159.4     24 27 29.4   0  2 37 365.2 922.6
   R55 = 10 Ceti
        55 is double: AB 6.47 8.91 0.40" 280.6, dT = -0.8sec
        55 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
        55 = NSV 15093, 5.82 to 6.18, V
16 Aug 22  5 34 50.4 r     202 G5  6.9  6.3   81- 128     14  91  27N 314  20 337 +0.2 +4.9 +0.9-1.6 .233  114.8      1 23 35.8   4 49 30 365.5 988.1
16 Aug 23 11 12 32   m     368DK2  6.2        69- 112     74 152  -9S 154 180 173 +1.1 +5.9 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      2 30 29.1   9 38 18 361.8 673.1
       368 is double: AB 6.23 9.85 1.49" 143.3
       368 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
16 Aug 23 11 14 25   Gr    368DK2  6.2        69- 112     73 ** GRAZE: CA -9.1S; Dist.132km in az. 332deg. [Lat = 25.48+0.48(E.Long+110.33)]
16 Aug 24 16 17 19.2 r     516cG5  6.9  6.3   56-  97  44 38 269  66S 233 162 247 +1.7 +6.6 +1.4+0.8 .399 -152.7      3 34 16.7  13 50  9 365.9 797.0
       516 is double: ** 8.1 8.1 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.2sec
       516 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1205). Observations are highly desired
16 Aug 25  7 16 19.0 R     626PF5  6.3  6.1v  48-  87      5  75  86S 256 322 266 +3.9 +7.3 -0.1+1.0 .606  179.0      4 16 42.8  15 26 21 370.61089.1
   R626 = 48 Tauri
   *** A light curve is highly desired as     626 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210499243}
       626 is triple: AB 6.3 12.8 135"  27.3, dT = +147sec : AC 6.3 11.7 157" 307.8, dT = -159sec
       626 = V1099 Tau, 6.31, range 0.02, V, Type ELL:
16 Aug 25  8  3 16.8 D     635cG8  3.7  3.1s  47-  87     15  79 -88S  82 151  92 +3.9 +7.2 +0.2+1.0 .558   -8.2      4 20 44.3  15 39 53 369.61011.4
   R635 = Hyadum I = gamma Tauri
       635 is double: AB 3.7      0.40" 179.0, dT = -0.08sec
       635 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       635 = NSV 1553, 3.60 to 3.67, V
16 Aug 25  9  3  0.6 R     635cG8  3.7  3.1s  47-  86     28  84  74S 244 315 254 +3.9 +7.2 +0.5+1.5 .503 -171.8      4 20 44.3  15 39 53 368.3 907.6
   R635 = Hyadum I = gamma Tauri
       635 is double: AB 3.7      0.40" 179.0, dT = -0.33sec
       635 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       635 = NSV 1553, 3.60 to 3.67, V
16 Aug 25 11  7 19.9 d     659SF7  6.6     s  46-  85     55  97 -59S 111 182 121 +3.7 +7.0 +2.4-0.4 .320  -39.2      4 26 34.1  15 58 33 366.2 733.9
   R659 = 70 Tauri
       659 is triple: Aa,Ab 7.74 7.00 0.10" 130.8, dT = +0.28sec : AB 6.4 13.4 129" 339.4, dT = -268sec
       659 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       659 = NSV 15985, 6.46, range 0.02, V, Type BY:
16 Aug 25 12 11 45.0 R     659SF7  6.6     s  46-  85 -12 70 110  43S 213 277 223 +3.6 +7.0 +1.4+3.2 .293 -140.6      4 26 34.1  15 58 33 365.6 672.0
   R659 = 70 Tauri
       659 is triple: Aa,Ab 7.74 7.00 0.10" 130.8, dT = -0.04sec : AB 6.4 13.4 129" 339.4, dT = +259sec
       659 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       659 = NSV 15985, 6.46, range 0.02, V, Type BY:
16 Aug 25 12 58 21.3 D     667cK2  5.0  4.4   45-  85  -1 79 131 -76N  66 113  76 +3.4 +6.9 +2.4+1.3 .361    8.0      4 29 23.2  16 23 37 365.4 645.9
   R667 = 75 Tauri
       667 is double: AB 5.0            30.0, dT = 0.00sec
16 Aug 25 14 27 44.0 R     667cK2  5.0  4.4   45-  84  19 75 242  84N 266 209 275 +3.1 +6.9 +2.6-0.1 .358  172.2      4 29 23.2  16 23 37 365.6 641.6
   R667 = 75 Tauri
       667 is double: AB 5.0            30.0, dT = 0.00sec
16 Aug 25 14 31  7.3 r     672cF7  6.7        45-  84  20 75 242  45S 215 158 224 +3.1 +6.9 +2.2+3.0 .263 -136.7      4 29 56.6  16 11 34 365.7 642.5
       672 is double: AB 6.85 8.38 0.17" 263.5, dT = -0.43sec
       672 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
16 Aug 25 14 35  5.7 d     677WA6  4.8  4.7S  45-  84  21 74 244 -36S 135  76 144 +3.1 +6.9 +3.0-3.9 .204  -55.8      4 31 30.5  16 13 37 365.7 643.2
       677 is double: AB 4.8 6.5 254" 130.0, dT = +1241sec
       677 = NSV 1627, 4.78, , Type DSCT:
16 Aug 25 15  8 40   Gr    680SF5  6.5  6.3   45-  84  28 67 ** GRAZE: CA  0.1S; Dist. 28km in az. 358deg. [Lat = 24.38+0.03(E.Long+110.33)]
16 Aug 25 15 26 34.7 R     677WA6  4.8  4.7S  45-  84  32 63 259  35S 206 137 215 +3.0 +6.9 +2.3+3.9 .213 -124.3      4 31 30.5  16 13 37 366.2 673.2
       677 is double: AB 4.8 6.5 254" 130.0, dT = -287sec
       677 = NSV 1627, 4.78, , Type DSCT:
16 Aug 25 17 24 38.8 r     685 F0  6.6  6.5   44-  83  59 37 273  54S 225 153 233 +2.7 +6.9 +1.6+1.3 .337 -138.0      4 34 35.0  16 21 19 368.3 809.9
16 Aug 25 17 36 15.9 D     692SK5  0.9* 0.1v  44-  83  61 35 274 -78S  93  21 101 +2.7 +6.9 +1.0-0.9 .459   -5.6 .06  4 36 52.2  16 32 22 368.5 824.4
   R692 = Aldebaran = alpha Tauri
       692 is multiple: AB 0.9 13.6 31" 114.1, dT = +63sec : AE 0.9 12.0 37" 321.7, dT = -53sec : AC 0.9 11.3 135"  31.9, dT = +144sec : AF 0.9 13.6 253" 120.5, dT = +488sec
       692 = alf Tau, 0.86 to 0.89, V, Type LB:
16 Aug 25 18 41 57.0 R     692SK5  0.9* 0.1v  44-  83  73 20 280  88N 263 193 271 +2.6 +7.0 +0.5-0.6 .519 -174.6 .05  4 36 52.2  16 32 22 370.1 935.7
   R692 = Aldebaran = alpha Tauri
       692 is multiple: AB 0.9 13.6 31" 114.1, dT = +51sec : AE 0.9 12.0 37" 321.7, dT = -37sec : AC 0.9 11.3 135"  31.9, dT = +164sec : AF 0.9 13.6 253" 120.5, dT = +386sec
       692 = alf Tau, 0.86 to 0.89, V, Type LB:
16 Aug 26 12 53 11.6 d     814SB5  5.4  5.5   34-  72  -3 67 101 -68N  63 133  66 +4.5 +6.9 +2.0+1.7 .359   16.3      5 28  7.7  17 58 23 368.3 668.1
   R814 = 115 Tauri
       814 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 5.8 6.8 0.043" 293.4, dT = -0.08sec : AB 5.4 10.1 10.0" 305.9, dT = -13sec : AC 5.4 11.8 10.0" 347.1, dT = +7sec
       814 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
16 Aug 26 14 19  2.5 r     814SB5  5.4  5.5   34-  71  17 84 160  76N 279 298 282 +4.2 +6.8 +2.8-0.4 .337  164.0      5 28  7.7  17 58 23 367.9 625.1
   R814 = 115 Tauri
       814 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 5.8 6.8 0.043" 293.4, dT = -0.12sec : AB 5.4 10.1 10.0" 305.9, dT = -26sec : AC 5.4 11.8 10.0" 347.1, dT = -11sec
       814 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
16 Aug 28 19 13 25   m    1141dK2  5.5* 4.9   14-  44  75 50 268  10S 195 122 185 +4.8 +5.5 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      7 32 44.6  17  2 54 375.8 737.6
      1141 is double: AB 5.5      5.6" 225.0
      1141 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
16 Aug 29 12 36 27.7 d    1247pA0  7.0  7.0    8-  33  -7 26  83 -66N  74 145  60 +6.4 +4.5 +0.6+1.4 .438   19.5      8 20  3.7  16  4  6 380.2 857.1
   *** A light curve is desired as    1247 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211715334}
      1247 is double: AB 7.2 13.2 46" 297.0, dT = -77sec
16 Aug 29 15 33 19.6 r    1258 K0  6.7  6.1    8-  32  34 66 104  31N 337  45 323 +5.9 +4.3 +2.2-4.4 .191  123.3      8 23 26.8  16  6 28 377.6 638.0
16 Sep  2 22  7 53.7 D Jupiter    -1.5 -1.5    2+  18  47 57 231  67N  87  42  62 +3.4 -1.4 +2.9-0.4 .275   32.8     11 56 38.9   1 33 29 392.7 623.3
   Jupiter limb contacts offset by 55.9 secs, at 22  6 58 and 22  8 50  Both contacts are against the bright limb of Jupiter
16 Sep  2 23 23 20.6 R Jupiter    -1.5 -1.5    2+  18  30 42 249 -51N 330 271 305 +3.1 -1.4 +1.0-3.0 .305  147.1     11 56 38.9   1 33 29 394.0 694.0
   Jupiter limb contacts offset by 50.5 secs, at 23 22 30 and 23 24 11  Both contacts are against the bright limb of Jupiter
16 Sep  4 23 31  2.7 d    1937WF2  6.1  5.9   12+  41  28 51 221  54S 144 107 121 +1.2 -3.9 +1.8-2.7 .280  -27.0     13 31 16.8 - 6 33 10 398.3 607.0
   R1937 = 72 Virginis
      1937 is double: AB 6.1 10.7 29.3"  15.6, dT = -65sec
16 Sep  5  0 42 24.3 d    1941 M3  4.7  3.8s  12+  41  11 39 239  27N  45 353  22 +0.9 -3.9 +3.3+3.3 .126   68.4 .04 13 32 48.8 - 6 20 18 399.4 665.5
   R1941 = 74 Virginis
      1941 = NSV 6297, 4.68, range 0.07, V
16 Sep  5  0 56  0   Gr   1941 M3  4.7  3.8s  12+  41   8 36 ** GRAZE: CA  4.2N; Dist.178km in az.  15deg. [Lat = 25.80-0.25(E.Long+110.33)]
16 Sep  5  1 14 42.3 r    1941 M3  4.7  3.8s  12+  41   4 33 244 -18N 360 304 337 +0.8 -3.9 +0.6-6.3 .134  111.6 .04 13 32 48.8 - 6 20 18 400.0 703.4
   R1941 = 74 Virginis
      1941 = NSV 6297, 4.68, range 0.07, V
16 Sep  8  3 54 43   M    2280wM1  6.5  5.6s  37+  75     22 240   4S 186 131 174 -3.3 -6.1 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     15 58  1.4 -16  4 44 401.5 721.0
      2280 is double: AB 6.6 13.7 36" 238.5
      2280 = NSV 7351, 6.59, range 0.05, V
16 Sep  9  0  5 22   m    2399 G8  4.9* 4.3   46+  85  19 47 164  -8S 196 211 188 -3.5 -6.2 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     16 42 32.0 -17 46 13 397.4 567.5
   R2399 = 24 (Scorpii)/Ophiuchi
16 Sep 11  3 55 18.5 D    2685SK1  6.8* 6.4   66+ 109     42 207  58N  56  29  60 -6.0 -5.6 +2.3+1.0 .281   27.9     18 32 17.7 -18 53 39 389.2 600.6
      2685 is multiple: AB 4.7 14.1 2.8" 170.0, dT = -4sec : AC 4.7 15.7 3.5" 267.0, dT = -11sec : AD 4.7 15.8 5.1" 213.0, dT = -17sec : AE 4.7 15.9 5.3"  71.0, dT = +18sec
      2685 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
16 Sep 11  4 15 15.7 D    2687SG1  6.6* 6.0V  66+ 109     40 213  69S 109  78 113 -6.1 -5.6 +2.8-1.4 .292  -26.4     18 32 52.4 -19  6 33 389.4 616.3
   R2687 = U Sagittarii
      2687 is multiple: AB 6.9 9.1 66" 252.0, dT = -180sec : AH 6.9 10.0 72" 295.0, dT = -245sec : AR 6.9 11.0 77"  90.0, dT = +249sec : AE 6.9 8.8 143" 281.0, dT = -485sec
      2687 = U Sgr, 6.28 to 7.15, V, Type DCEP, Period 6.745226 days, Phase 62 %
16 Sep 11  4 39 14.2 D  161582wG3  7.0  6.3   66+ 109     37 219  80N  78  41  82 -6.2 -5.6 +2.1-0.2 .338    3.4     18 33 28.1 -18 57 24 389.6 639.0
    161582 is double: AB 7.1 9.6 69" 261.8, dT = -204sec
16 Sep 12  1 24 39.7 D    2828cK0  5.8  5.3   75+ 120   0 39 144  52N  46  80  54 -5.8 -4.8 +2.7+2.7 .250   42.4     19 22 49.5 -18 16 24 384.7 630.7
   R2828 = 45 Sagittarii
      2828 is double: ** 3.7 6.7 0.021" 106.0, dT = +0.04sec
      2828 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 994). Observations are highly desired
16 Sep 12  2 37 21.8 r    2828cK0  5.8  5.3   75+ 120     47 166 -47N 306 320 316 -6.1 -4.8 +3.0-1.6 .233  137.5     19 22 49.5 -18 16 24 383.9 589.4
   R2828 = 45 Sagittarii
      2828 is double: ** 3.7 6.7 0.021" 106.0, dT = +0.08sec
      2828 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 994). Observations are highly desired
16 Sep 12  5 48 28.1 D    2846 K3  6.7  5.9   76+ 121     35 223  61S 112  71 122 -6.8 -4.8 +2.5-1.7 .294  -36.9     19 29  3.7 -18 19 18 384.1 684.8
16 Sep 15  2 51  0.7 D    3252 K0  6.6  6.1   96+ 158     33 122  87S  73 125  95 -4.9 -0.7 +1.6+1.3 .426   -0.6     22 11 25.9 -10 44  7 368.0 760.6
   R3252 = 37 Aquarii
16 Sep 16  6  9 23.1 d    3405 B8  7.0  7.0  100+ 173     59 160  31N   1  19  26 -4.2 +1.0 +0.2+4.9 .188   61.2     23 11 32.4 - 5 52  2 361.1 684.6
   Distance of 3405 to Terminator = 2.1"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
16 Sep 16  8 20  3   d    3412 M2  4.2  3.4s 100+ 173     53 218   6S 144 110 169 -4.6 +0.9 +9.9+9.9 .052  -82.7 .11 23 15 12.1 - 5 57 24 361.1 717.0
   R3412 = phi Aquarii
      3412 = NSV 26044, 4.3 to 4.33, Hp
   Distance of 3412 to Terminator = 0.1"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
16 Sep 16  8 24 53   Gr   3412 M2  4.2  3.4s 100+ 173     53 ** GRAZE: CA -1.2S; Dist. 15km in az. 151deg. [Lat = 23.98+0.52(E.Long+110.33)]
   Distance of 3412 to Terminator = 0.0"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
16 Sep 16  8 30 29   r    3412 M2  4.2  3.4s 100+ 173     52 221  -9S 159 122 183 -4.6 +0.9 +9.9+9.9 .052  -97.3 .11 23 15 12.1 - 5 57 24 361.2 724.4
   R3412 = phi Aquarii
      3412 = NSV 26044, 4.3 to 4.33, Hp
16 Sep 16 11 12 26.4 D    3430WF3  5.6  5.4  100+ 175     22 254  86S  64   2  88 -4.8 +0.9 +0.7+0.1 .516    2.9     23 20 16.8 - 5  1 51 363.4 911.1
   R3430 = 96 Aquarii
      3430 is double: AB 5.6 10.4 11.0"  19.9, dT = +15sec
   Distance of 3430 to Terminator = 4.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
16 Sep 19  7 17 27.7 d     303cK0  6.4  5.9   91- 145     54 111 -47S 119 179 140 +0.9 +5.6 +3.0-1.1 .251  -55.5      2  5 44.8   7 48 55 357.0 767.1
       303 is double: ** 7.2 7.4 0.40" 115.0, dT = +1.6sec
       303 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1174). Observations are highly desired
16 Sep 19  8  1  1.5 R     303cK0  6.4  5.9   91- 144     63 123  21S 187 238 208 +0.8 +5.6 +0.3+4.4 .238 -124.4      2  5 44.8   7 48 55 356.5 728.6
       303 is double: ** 7.2 7.4 0.40" 115.0, dT = -0.5sec
       303 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1174). Observations are highly desired
16 Sep 19  8 15 53.4 d     308 M4  6.3  5.4v  91- 144     66 127 -62N  48  95  69 +0.8 +5.6 +1.6+2.0 .402   15.2      2  7  6.1   8 19 38 356.4 719.3
   R308 = WZ Piscium
       308 = WZ Psc, 6.2 to 6.38, V, Type SR, Period 20. days
16 Sep 19  9 35 41.5 R     308 M4  6.3  5.4v  90- 144     74 182  88N 258 257 279 +0.6 +5.5 +2.5+0.5 .385  165.2      2  7  6.1   8 19 38 356.1 688.1
   R308 = WZ Piscium
       308 = WZ Psc, 6.2 to 6.38, V, Type SR, Period 20. days
16 Sep 19 11 34 27.1 d     322cG0  5.6  5.3   90- 143     58 246 -62S 104  46 124 +0.3 +5.4 +2.4-1.3 .338  -36.0      2 12 14.9   8 38 51 356.9 723.3
   R322 = 64 Ceti
16 Sep 19 12 34 42.3 D     327cG8  4.4  3.9s  90- 143  -9 46 258 -88S  78  14  99 +0.2 +5.4 +1.6-0.2 .445   -7.5      2 13 54.0   8 55 28 357.8 778.2
   R327 = xi 1 Ceti
       327 is double: AB 4.3      0.002" 110.8, dT = 0.00sec
       327 = NSV 749, 4.35 to 4.38, V, Type E:
16 Sep 19 12 37 56.1 R     322cG0  5.6  5.3   90- 143  -8 44 258  49S 215 150 235 +0.2 +5.4 +1.3+1.8 .366 -144.0      2 12 14.9   8 38 51 357.9 784.4
   R322 = 64 Ceti
16 Sep 19 13 44 41.3 R     327cG8  4.4  3.9s  90- 142   7 30 267  80S 246 179 267 +0.1 +5.5 +1.0+0.1 .496 -172.6      2 13 54.0   8 55 28 359.3 872.1
   R327 = xi 1 Ceti
       327 is double: AB 4.3      0.002" 110.8, dT = 0.00sec
       327 = NSV 749, 4.35 to 4.38, V, Type E:
16 Sep 21 10 39 15   m     608DF3  6.0  5.8s  72- 116     76 126 -10S 162 212 173 +4.0 +6.9 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      4  8 39.2  15 12 18 360.7 669.0
       608 is double: AB 6.11 8.77 3.70" 222.2
       608 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       608 = NSV 1466, 6.00 to 6.05, V
16 Sep 21 10 40 37   Gr    608DF3  6.0  5.8s  72- 116     75 ** GRAZE: CA -9.7S; Dist.122km in az. 339deg. [Lat = 25.31+0.34(E.Long+110.33)]
16 Sep 21 17 33 58   Gr    635cG8  3.7  3.1s  70- 113  56  7 ** GRAZE: CA  4.4S; Dist. 42km in az. 197deg. [Lat = 23.74-0.28(E.Long+110.33)]
16 Sep 21 17 39 38.2 r     635cG8  3.7  3.1s  69- 113  57  6 285  17S 189 123 199 +3.3 +7.0 +2.0+6.7 .125 -102.2 .02  4 20 45.0  15 39 55 367.21056.1
   R635 = Hyadum I = gamma Tauri
       635 is double: AB 3.7      0.40" 179.0, dT = -3sec
       635 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       635 = NSV 1553, 3.60 to 3.67, V
16 Sep 22  5 53  2   Gr    741cK1  5.5  4.8   62- 104      2 ** GRAZE: CA  8.0N; Dist.187km in az. 160deg. [Lat = 22.34+0.33(E.Long+110.33)]
16 Sep 22  5 54 43   m     741cK1  5.5* 4.8   62- 104      3  72   8N 347  53 353 +5.7 +7.3 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      4 58 20.4  17 10 37 369.51112.8
       741 is double: ** 6.5 6.5 0.08" 240.0
       741 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1248). Observations are highly desired
16 Sep 23 13 15  6.1 d     934 K1  6.4  5.7S  48-  88   0 84 165 -27S 154 169 152 +6.0 +6.5 +2.9-6.4 .144  -65.4 .01  6 12  0.1  18  7 27 368.7 618.6
       934 = NSV 16797, 6.33, , Type VAR:
16 Sep 23 13 35 44   Gr    934 K1  6.4  5.7S  48-  88   5 85 ** GRAZE: CA -1.4S; Dist.166km in az. 181deg. [Lat = 22.64-0.02(E.Long+110.33)]
16 Sep 23 13 55 57.0 r     934 K1  6.4  5.7S  48-  88  10 80 235  24S 205 153 204 +5.9 +6.5 +3.0+6.2 .145 -114.6 .01  6 12  0.1  18  7 27 368.9 622.9
       934 = NSV 16797, 6.33, , Type VAR:
16 Sep 23 17 10 58.9 r     951cK2  6.6* 5.8   47-  87  52 38 275  84N 277 204 275 +5.4 +6.5 +1.1-1.0 .451 -179.6      6 16 39.7  18 17 21 371.9 812.7
       951 is double: ** 7.1 8.4 0.015"  64.4, dT = +0.03sec
       951 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 457). Observations are highly desired
16 Sep 24  9  8 24.8 d    1072cM1  6.0  5.2v  39-  77     20  79 -49S 136 207 129 +7.3 +6.0 +1.1-1.2 .324  -50.3      7  3 23.1  17 43 44 376.4 926.2
      1072 is double: ** 7.0 7.0 0.030" 197.0, dT = +0.05sec
      1072 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 411). Observations are highly desired
      1072 = NP Gem, 5.89 to 6.04, V, Type LB:
16 Sep 24  9 50  7.4 R    1072cM1  6.0  5.2v  38-  77     29  82  31S 216 288 209 +7.3 +5.9 +0.1+3.3 .299 -129.6      7  3 23.1  17 43 44 375.6 853.2
      1072 is double: ** 7.0 7.0 0.030" 197.0, dT = -0.1sec
      1072 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 411). Observations are highly desired
      1072 = NP Gem, 5.89 to 6.04, V, Type LB:
16 Sep 25  9 56 44.3 R    1198cK0  6.1  5.3S  28-  64     19  80  43S 232 302 220 +7.5 +4.9 +0.0+2.3 .385 -141.1      7 59 27.6  16 28 18 380.9 913.5
      1198 is double: ** 7.0 7.0 0.20" 130.0, dT = +0.11sec
      1198 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 352). Observations are highly desired
      1198 = NSV 17678, 5.99, , Type VAR:
16 Sep 25 10 41 38.0 d    1210cB9  6.0  6.0   28-  64     28  84 -45S 145 216 132 +7.5 +4.8 +1.5-2.0 .275  -52.9      8  2 26.4  16 24 26 380.0 839.0
   R1210 = 5 Cancri
      1210 is double: ** 6.7 6.7 0.050" 350.0, dT = -0.16sec
      1210 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1378). Observations are highly desired
16 Sep 25 11 25 43.8 R    1210cB9  6.0  6.0   28-  63     38  88  30S 220 292 207 +7.4 +4.8 +0.7+3.7 .252 -127.1      8  2 26.4  16 24 26 379.2 768.7
   R1210 = 5 Cancri
      1210 is double: ** 6.7 6.7 0.050" 350.0, dT = +0.13sec
      1210 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1378). Observations are highly desired
16 Sep 27 10 52 35.7 R    1439 K4  5.7  4.9v  11-  40      7  80  36N 342  49 321 +7.1 +2.1 +0.8-2.9 .241  118.1 .01  9 47 15.9  11 43 59 390.0 968.1
   R1439 = 18 Leonis
      1439 = HIP 47959, 5.67, range 0.00, 6V, Type VAR, Period 5.63730 days
16 Sep 27 11 44 53.5 R    1441cA7  6.4  6.3   11-  39     19  85  90N 288 356 267 +7.0 +2.1 +0.6+0.2 .462  173.5      9 48 18.4  11 29 27 388.9 876.6
   R1441 = 19 Leonis
      1441 is double: AB 6.4 6.9 0.036" 160.1, dT = +0.05sec
      1441 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
16 Oct  3  1 31 16.4 d    2016kA0  6.7* 6.6    4+  22  -6 11 254  21S 171 108 150 +0.1 -4.6 +1.0-5.1 .172  -66.2     14  5 13.3 - 9 20  2 404.0 838.4
   *** A light curve is desired as    2016 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212658101}
16 Oct  4 22 27 53.6 D    2223SK0  3.9  3.4   14+  43  34 51 190  81S 107  98  93 -1.7 -5.9 +2.9-0.9 .286    2.3     15 36 26.6 -14 50 27 401.1 557.6
   R2223 = gamma Librae
      2223 is triple: Aa,Ab 4.0 4.2 0.10" 191.0, dT = +0.04sec : AB 4.0 11.2 43" 157.1, dT = +96sec
      2223 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
16 Oct  5  0  8 54.4 r    2223SK0  3.9  3.4   14+  44  12 40 222 -83N 286 247 272 -2.1 -5.9 +2.4-1.3 .309  177.6     15 36 26.6 -14 50 27 401.8 603.2
   R2223 = gamma Librae
      2223 is triple: Aa,Ab 4.0 4.2 0.10" 191.0, dT = +0.03sec : AB 4.0 11.2 43" 157.1, dT = +87sec
      2223 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
16 Oct  8 21 46  0.0 d    2755cG8  6.6* 6.1   48+  87  41 25 127  42N  36  87  42 -5.6 -5.2 +2.6+4.0 .197   58.4     18 57 12.7 -18 41  3 392.9 716.6
16 Oct  9  3 10 45   M    2774cF5  6.4  6.1   49+  89     38 216   5S 168 133 176 -6.9 -5.1 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     19  4  5.5 -19  4 30 390.6 631.0
16 Oct  9  5 17 21.5 D    2787pB8  6.3     v  50+  90     17 240  64S 109  53 117 -7.3 -5.1 +1.4-1.6 .354  -32.6     19  8  6.6 -18 42 31 392.2 798.7
   *** A light curve is desired as    2787 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 218473951}
      2787 is double: AB 6.35 9.16 0.70" 108.5, dT = +2sec
      2787 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      2787 = V4198 Sgr, 6.23 to 6.29, V, Type SPB, Period 1.18964 days
16 Oct  9  6 19 36.1 d  162239 F2  7.0  6.8   50+  90      5 247  52S 121  59 129 -7.4 -5.2 +1.0-2.2 .340  -44.1     19  9 55.3 -18 39  9 393.3 903.7
16 Oct 11  8 22  8.6 d    3066SA9  6.0  5.8e  71+ 115      2 253  24N   8 304  26 -8.1 -3.0 -0.8+3.3 .241   63.1     20 59 37.5 -14 24 56 381.5 984.3
      3066 is triple: **AB 6.7 6.7 0.10" 350.0, dT = +0.39sec : AC 6.0 10.7 129" 118.0, dT = -180sec
      3066 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc  19). Observations are highly desired
      3066 = DV Aqr, 5.89 to 6.25, V, Type EB, Period 1.575529 days, Phase  5 %
16 Oct 12  3 12 20   M    3186 F5  6.7  6.5   79+ 125     53 168   4S 157 169 178 -7.1 -1.4 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     21 46 16.6 -12 42 13 371.7 635.7
   Distance of 3186 to Terminator = 4.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
16 Oct 13  4 42 18.4 D    3333SA5  6.4        88+ 139     58 183  81N  59  56  82 -6.5 +0.2 +2.2+1.2 .376    3.5     22 43 56.5 - 8 13 17 364.9 666.0
      3333 is quadruple: AB 6.79 7.88 2.39" 305.9, dT = -2.5sec : AC 6.8 11.4 70" 356.8, dT = +88sec : AD 6.8 14.2 74" 277.0, dT = -155sec
      3333 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
16 Oct 13  6  7  9.8 r    3333SA5  6.4        88+ 139     51 217 -87S 245 211 269 -6.8 +0.1 +2.0+0.6 .398  176.9     22 43 56.5 - 8 13 17 365.0 705.3
      3333 is quadruple: AB 6.79 7.88 2.39" 305.9, dT = -2.9sec : AC 6.8 11.4 70" 356.8, dT = +65sec : AD 6.8 14.2 74" 277.0, dT = -158sec
      3333 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
16 Oct 14  1 23 42.7 D    3472cF5  6.9  6.7   94+ 151  -7 25 107  58N  32  93  57 -4.8 +1.9 +0.8+2.5 .394   36.9     23 34 21.1 - 4 18 26 362.9 866.0
      3472 is double: ** 7.8 7.8 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.14sec
      3472 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1644). Observations are highly desired
16 Oct 14 10 20 31.3 D    3505WG8  5.5  5.0   95+ 155     16 260  85N  59 355  84 -5.8 +1.8 +0.5+0.3 .538    8.9     23 48 49.0 - 2 40  1 362.1 956.7
   R3505 = 20 Piscium
      3505 is double: AB 5.6 9.8 182" 279.9, dT = -256sec
16 Oct 17  3 37 26.5 R     368DK2  6.2        98- 165     24  90  63S 243 311 262 +0.9 +6.2 +0.5+1.5 .559 -174.6      2 30 30.2   9 38 23 355.3 966.8
       368 is double: AB 6.23 9.85 1.49" 143.3, dT = +0.44sec
       368 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
16 Oct 17  9 14 31.3 R     393cK0  6.7  6.1   98- 163     71 229  69S 246 202 265 +0.3 +5.9 +2.2+0.8 .412 -178.6      2 39 58.7  10 42 29 352.0 702.8
       393 is double: ** 7.6 7.6 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.22sec
       393 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1191). Observations are highly desired
16 Oct 17 10 57 47.8 R     401cA2  6.3  6.3s  98- 162     50 258  26S 203 137 221 +0.1 +5.9 +1.4+2.9 .291 -130.2      2 43 24.2  10 48 44 353.2 770.6
   R401 = 85 (Ceti)/Arietis
       401 is double: AB 6.3 6.5      247.0, dT = 0.00sec
       401 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       401 = NSV 899, 6.28 to 6.34, V
   Distance of 401 to Terminator = 9.3"; to 3km sunlit peak = 1.4"
16 Oct 18  5 12 28.1 R     516cG5  6.9  6.3   93- 150     34  89  71N 285 355 299 +3.0 +6.8 +1.3+0.3 .430  144.9      3 34 18.0  13 50 13 355.7 905.9
       516 is double: ** 8.1 8.1 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.23sec
       516 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1205). Observations are highly desired
16 Oct 18  7 55 26.3 r     526 G5  6.7  6.2   93- 149     69 115   7S 182 240 196 +2.8 +6.7 -0.3+6.4 .165 -113.3      3 40 14.0  13 56 38 353.6 717.1
   Distance of 526 to Terminator = 2.3"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
16 Oct 19  4 44 22.9 R     685 F0  6.6  6.5   86- 136     16  79  87N 271 340 279 +5.0 +7.1 +0.3+0.7 .567  163.8      4 34 36.5  16 21 22 360.51033.1
16 Oct 19  4 50 28.7 D     692SK5  0.9* 0.1v  86- 136     17  79 -53N  51 120  59 +5.0 +7.1 +0.0+1.7 .537   23.7 .05  4 36 53.8  16 32 25 360.41025.7
   R692 = Aldebaran = alpha Tauri
       692 is multiple: AB 0.9 13.6 31" 114.1, dT = +26sec : AE 0.9 12.0 37" 321.7, dT = +0.7sec : AC 0.9 11.3 135"  31.9, dT = +238sec : AF 0.9 13.6 253" 120.5, dT = +166sec
       692 = alf Tau, 0.86 to 0.89, V, Type LB:
16 Oct 19  5 44 57.1 R     692SK5  0.9* 0.1v  86- 136     29  84  80N 277 349 285 +5.0 +7.1 +0.9+0.5 .489  156.4 .06  4 36 53.8  16 32 25 359.3 930.8
   R692 = Aldebaran = alpha Tauri
       692 is multiple: AB 0.9 13.6 31" 114.1, dT = +61sec : AE 0.9 12.0 37" 321.7, dT = -54sec : AC 0.9 11.3 135"  31.9, dT = +115sec : AF 0.9 13.6 253" 120.5, dT = +475sec
       692 = alf Tau, 0.86 to 0.89, V, Type LB:
16 Oct 20 12 24 36.7 d     886cK0  6.8  6.1   75- 120     73 255 -48N  50 342  51 +5.9 +6.5 +2.7+2.0 .289   39.5      5 52  4.0  18 33 10 362.0 657.4
16 Oct 20 13 28 49.9 r     886cK0  6.8  6.1   74- 119   1 59 267  50N 312 238 313 +5.7 +6.5 +1.6-2.8 .310  140.3      5 52  4.0  18 33 10 362.9 708.7
16 Oct 20 13 50 48.3 r   94927 G5  7.0  6.5   74- 119   6 54 269  74N 288 214 288 +5.6 +6.5 +1.6-1.4 .402  165.2      5 52 27.2  18 26 44 363.3 732.7
16 Oct 21  9 47 49.5 d    1040cA2  6.4        65- 107     57  93 -50S 136 209 130 +7.6 +5.9 +2.6-2.1 .260  -48.6      6 48 22.2  18 10 19 367.5 701.4
      1040 is double: AB 6.61 8.04 0.16" 122.4, dT = +0.6sec
      1040 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
16 Oct 21 10 45 59.9 R    1040cA2  6.4        64- 107     70 103  34S 221 290 215 +7.4 +5.9 +2.1+3.6 .241 -131.3      6 48 22.2  18 10 19 367.0 650.1
      1040 is double: AB 6.61 8.04 0.16" 122.4, dT = +0.09sec
      1040 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
16 Oct 23  8 14 22.0 R    1284 F0  6.3  6.2   43-  82     12  78  57S 252 320 236 +8.7 +3.9 +0.0+1.4 .478 -157.5      8 37  3.5  15 15 13 382.2 959.0
16 Oct 24  9 15 17.5 R    1405cK0  6.9* 6.4   33-  70     13  82  40N 338  46 318 +8.4 +2.4 +0.9-2.6 .257  121.5      9 32 14.0  12 47  2 387.3 924.6
16 Oct 24 10 31 38.6 d    1413 B9  6.8* 6.8   32-  69     29  89 -40N  58 128  38 +8.3 +2.3 +0.8+2.5 .311   43.3      9 35 53.3  12 34 44 385.9 799.2
16 Oct 24 11 26 13.5 R    1413 B9  6.8* 6.8   32-  69     42  95  51N 327  36 307 +8.1 +2.3 +1.6-2.2 .281  136.8      9 35 53.3  12 34 44 384.9 719.9
16 Oct 27 11 12 31.6 R    1732cK0  6.8  6.1v   9-  35      4  90  63N 322  28 297 +5.9 -2.0 +0.1-1.1 .406  146.0     12  0 14.1   1 44  8 400.1 949.7
      1732 is double: ** 7.6 7.6 0.10" 129.0, dT = +0.24sec
      1732 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 708). Observations are highly desired
      1732 = HIP 58466, 6.82, range 0.00, 6V, Type VAR, Period 0.08566 days
16 Oct 27 18  3 13.6 r    1746KF2  7.0  6.8    8-  33  50 63 214  85S 291 260 266 +4.6 -2.0 +2.6-1.3 .311 -169.5     12  8 50.8   0 31 49 395.7 606.8
   *** A light curve is highly desired as    1746 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201506483}
16 Nov  4 23 24  9.1 d    2715cM4  6.3* 5.5V  23+  57  15 47 186  87S  86  80  91 -5.6 -5.1 +3.0+0.1 .291   -0.2     18 43 53.2 -19 15 52 395.3 557.5
      2715 is double: AB 6.7 9.3 0.60"  54.0, dT = +1.8sec
      2715 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      2715 = V3879 Sgr, 6.05 to 6.58, V, Type SRB, Period 50. days
16 Nov  5  0 23 59.6 d    2718 F3  6.7* 6.5   23+  57   3 43 205  73S 100  76 106 -5.8 -5.1 +2.9-0.9 .289  -18.1     18 45  6.9 -19 17 51 395.4 583.3
16 Nov  5  1  3 50.7 r    2715cM4  6.3* 5.5V  23+  58  -6 38 216 -87S 260 225 265 -6.0 -5.1 +2.3-0.2 .322 -179.3     18 43 53.2 -19 15 52 395.7 617.2
      2715 is double: AB 6.7 9.3 0.60"  54.0, dT = +1.7sec
      2715 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      2715 = V3879 Sgr, 6.05 to 6.58, V, Type SRB, Period 50. days
16 Nov  5  1 51 32.2 r    2718 F3  6.7* 6.5   23+  58     31 226 -68S 241 196 246 -6.2 -5.1 +1.5+0.4 .331 -161.4     18 45  6.9 -19 17 51 396.2 670.4
16 Nov  5  3 15  2.3 D  161842 K4  6.9  6.0s  24+  58     17 239  58S 115  59 121 -6.4 -5.2 +1.5-1.9 .329  -36.6     18 49 11.5 -19 10 37 397.5 789.7
    161842 = NSV 24594, 6.84 to 6.86, V, Type VAR:
16 Nov  5  4  1 46.3 D    2733cA1  6.8  6.7s  24+  59      7 245  55S 117  56 123 -6.5 -5.2 +1.0-2.0 .350  -38.8     18 50 33.4 -19  7 11 398.4 867.9
      2733 is double: ** 7.2 7.2 0.20"  90.0, dT = +0.5sec
      2733 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 455). Observations are highly desired
      2733 = NSV 24603, 6.69 to 6.82, V, Type VAR:
16 Nov  6  1 11  2.5 D    2865 K0  5.7  5.0   32+  69  -8 44 205  58N  48  24  58 -6.8 -4.3 +2.0+1.4 .278   28.2     19 38  0.8 -18 11 26 391.2 598.5
16 Nov  6  2 32 17.1 r    2865 K0  5.7  5.0   32+  69     33 226 -67N 282 238 292 -7.1 -4.3 +2.3-1.3 .316  152.2     19 38  0.8 -18 11 26 391.9 678.9
16 Nov 10  4 45  3.6 D    3412 M2  4.2  3.4s  74+ 119     53 218  71S  86  51 110 -7.5 +1.2 +2.5-0.3 .354  -25.0 .02 23 15 11.8 - 5 57 26 366.9 695.5
   R3412 = phi Aquarii
      3412 = NSV 26044, 4.3 to 4.33, Hp
16 Nov 10  5 57 42.3 R    3412 M2  4.2  3.4s  74+ 119     41 238 -61S 217 166 242 -7.7 +1.2 +1.0+1.4 .387 -154.8 .02 23 15 11.8 - 5 57 26 367.6 762.1
   R3412 = phi Aquarii
      3412 = NSV 26044, 4.3 to 4.33, Hp
16 Nov 10  8 15 53.7 D    3430WF3  5.6  5.4   75+ 120     13 258  46N  23 319  47 -7.8 +1.1 +0.1+1.9 .377   44.8     23 20 16.5 - 5  1 53 369.8 952.8
   R3430 = 96 Aquarii
      3430 is double: AB 5.6 10.4 11.0"  19.9, dT = +29sec
16 Nov 13  6  5 20.8 D     308 M4  6.3  5.4v  97+ 160     74 187  72S  76  69  96 -2.7 +5.5 +2.4+0.6 .402  -12.3      2  7  6.7   8 19 40 351.9 702.1
   R308 = WZ Piscium
       308 = WZ Psc, 6.2 to 6.38, V, Type SR, Period 20. days
16 Nov 13  7 25 41.2 r     308 M4  6.3  5.4v  97+ 161     64 237 -85S 233 183 254 -2.9 +5.4 +1.9+1.2 .412 -167.5      2  7  6.7   8 19 40 352.2 721.2
   R308 = WZ Piscium
       308 = WZ Psc, 6.2 to 6.38, V, Type SR, Period 20. days
16 Nov 13  9 23  8.5 D     322cG0  5.6  5.3   97+ 162     40 261  22S 126  60 147 -3.1 +5.4 +1.6-3.1 .278  -54.8      2 12 15.5   8 38 52 353.6 826.1
   R322 = 64 Ceti
   Distance of 322 to Terminator = 6.8"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
16 Nov 13 10  3  6.9 r     322cG0  5.6  5.3   98+ 162     31 266 -51S 198 131 219 -3.1 +5.4 +0.9+2.8 .296 -125.3      2 12 15.5   8 38 52 354.4 882.2
   R322 = 64 Ceti
16 Nov 13 10  7 55.1 D     327cG8  4.4  3.9s  98+ 162     30 267  57S  90  23 111 -3.1 +5.4 +1.0-0.8 .493  -17.0      2 13 54.6   8 55 29 354.4 886.6
   R327 = xi 1 Ceti
       327 is double: AB 4.3      0.003"  96.5, dT = +0.01sec
       327 = NSV 749, 4.35 to 4.38, V, Type E:
16 Nov 13 11  7 30.7 r     327cG8  4.4  3.9s  98+ 163     16 273 -89N 239 171 259 -3.1 +5.5 +0.5+0.3 .546 -163.1      2 13 54.6   8 55 29 355.7 983.9
   R327 = xi 1 Ceti
       327 is double: AB 4.3      0.003"  96.5, dT = 0.00sec
       327 = NSV 749, 4.35 to 4.38, V, Type E:
16 Nov 14  9  9 53.2 D     464cK0  6.1  5.6  100+ 174     57 257  83S  27 321  43 -0.7 +6.2 +1.6+2.8 .298   47.2      3 12 18.6  13  6 36 351.2 746.2
       464 is double: AB 6.1      0.50"  23.0, dT = +1.7sec
       464 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 464 to Terminator = 4.8"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
16 Nov 15 11 31 36.1 R     627 K1  6.6  6.0   99- 167     40 272  88S 280 208 290 +1.5 +6.7 +1.2-1.1 .468  163.7      4 17 47.4  16 15 12 353.5 835.2
16 Nov 15 12 29 38   m     636cF7  7.0*    s  99- 166     27 277  16N 356 285   6 +1.5 +6.7 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      4 20 53.9  16 33 37 354.7 921.6
   R636 = 55 Tauri
       636 is double: AB 7.26 8.62 0.59"   8.6
       636 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       636 = NSV 15952, 6.88, range 0.01, V, Type BY:
   Distance of 636 to Terminator = 2.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
16 Nov 16 13 44 20.6 d     814SB5  5.4  5.5   94- 152   1 25 279 -73S 113  42 116 +3.6 +6.6 +0.4-1.5 .506  -20.9      5 28 10.0  17 58 24 358.1 940.6
   R814 = 115 Tauri
       814 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 5.8 6.8 0.048" 290.3, dT = -0.09sec : AB 5.4 10.1 10.0" 305.9, dT = -19sec : AC 5.4 11.8 10.0" 347.1, dT = -12sec
       814 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
16 Nov 17  5 37 39.3 R     943 B8  6.6  6.6   89- 141     32  82  69N 298  11 296 +6.5 +6.2 +1.3-0.3 .410  143.2      6 14 33.4  18 40 20 360.4 894.6
16 Nov 17 12 54 27.7 R     985SK0  6.8  6.3v  88- 139 -10 49 271  73N 295 220 291 +5.5 +6.0 +1.3-1.7 .422  162.6      6 27 10.1  18 44 35 360.4 773.7
       985 is triple: AB     0.3 0.005"  80.0, dT = +0.01sec : AB 6.7 11.5 3.1" 316.4, dT = -7sec
       985 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       985 = OU Gem, 6.76, range 0.05, V, Type BY
16 Nov 18 10  0 46.9 R    1114 F2  6.8  6.5   80- 126     76 112  62N 309  12 300 +7.4 +5.0 +2.5-1.9 .303  146.1      7 24  3.7  18 14 15 364.0 643.8
16 Nov 18 11 55 56.0 R    1124SG5  6.9  6.5   79- 126     75 250  68N 303 239 294 +7.0 +5.0 +2.1-1.9 .344  158.0      7 26 53.2  18  6 38 364.5 655.3
      1124 is triple: AB 7.0 11.7 13.5"  58.0, dT = +16sec : AC 7.0 13.3 72"  10.8, dT = -81sec
16 Nov 19  5 32  4.1 r    1238pG8  6.0* 5.6   71- 115      5  74  77S 271 338 257 +8.7 +4.2 +0.0+0.7 .576 -179.4      8 13 57.2  16 27 39 374.71046.4
   *** A light curve is desired as    1238 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211743326}
      1238 is double: ** 6.9 6.9 0.009" 350.0, dT = 0.00sec
16 Nov 19  9 30 10.8 d    1258 K0  6.7  6.1   70- 113     56  97 -52S 143 214 128 +8.4 +3.9 +2.2-2.4 .270  -44.6      8 23 29.0  16  6 21 370.9 683.7
16 Nov 19 10 34 41.4 R    1258 K0  6.7  6.1   70- 113     71 111  42S 237 300 222 +8.2 +3.8 +2.8+2.6 .251 -135.2      8 23 29.0  16  6 21 370.5 636.0
16 Nov 25 13 51 47   m    1924cF3  5.8  5.5   13-  42   1 42 123  -4N  29  79   6 +4.4 -4.2 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     13 25 24.7 - 5 14 56 400.3 675.8
   R1924 = 66 Virginis
      1924 is double: AB 5.8      0.025" 231.0
      1924 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
16 Nov 25 20  7 46.7 d    1941 M3  4.7  3.8s  12-  40  43 30 247 -36N  61   4  39 +2.9 -4.0 +1.7+0.5 .239   49.8 .02 13 32 49.3 - 6 20 22 401.8 720.5
   R1941 = 74 Virginis
      1941 = NSV 6297, 4.68, range 0.07, V
16 Nov 25 20 20 34.6 r    1937WF2  6.1  5.9   12-  40  42 26 249  49S 254 195 232 +2.9 -4.0 +1.4-0.3 .306 -143.8     13 31 17.3 - 6 33 14 402.2 740.2
   R1937 = 72 Virginis
      1937 is double: AB 6.1 10.7 29.3"  15.6, dT = +50sec
16 Nov 25 20 58 28.5 r    1941 M3  4.7  3.8s  12-  40  38 19 254  46N 338 276 316 +2.8 -4.0 +0.8-3.5 .263  130.3 .02 13 32 49.3 - 6 20 22 403.0 795.3
   R1941 = 74 Virginis
      1941 = NSV 6297, 4.68, range 0.07, V
16 Nov 26 11 44 56   m    2020pA0  6.5  6.5    8-  32      5 102  -4S 202 267 181 +3.4 -5.2 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     14  7 10.1 - 8 58  5 405.3 922.2
   R2020 = 94 Virginis
   *** A light curve is desired as    2020 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212673769}
      2020 is double: ** 7.4 7.4 0.10"  90.0
      2020 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1457). Observations are highly desired
16 Nov 26 11 44 58   Gr   2020pA0  6.5  6.5    8-  32      5 ** GRAZE: CA -4.0S; Dist. 50km in az.  12deg. [Lat = 24.59-0.20(E.Long+110.33)]
16 Nov 27 12 53  8.4 R    2128 G7  5.8  5.3    3-  21 -12  9 108  64N 324  27 307 +2.0 -5.8 +0.0-1.2 .380  147.6     14 55 16.4 -11 57 46 405.5 885.5
   R2128 = 13 Librae
16 Dec  2  1 38 19.0 D    2687SG1  6.6* 6.0V   6+  28     11 243  33N  22 323  26 -5.0 -5.2 -0.5+2.6 .226   58.2     18 32 51.2 -19  6 34 399.6 830.9
   R2687 = U Sagittarii
      2687 is multiple: AB 6.9 9.1 66" 252.0, dT = -188sec : AH 6.9 10.0 72" 295.0, dT = +16sec : AR 6.9 11.0 77"  90.0, dT = +128sec : AE 6.9 8.8 143" 281.0, dT = -122sec
      2687 = U Sgr, 6.28 to 7.15, V, Type DCEP, Period 6.745226 days, Phase 76 %
16 Dec  2 20 46 20.8 d    2814cK0  4.9  4.4S  10+  37  38 44 158  70N  58  79  67 -4.8 -4.3 +2.9+1.8 .266   28.4     19 18 35.6 -18 55 11 394.2 577.7
   R2814 = 43 Sagittarii
      2814 is double: ** 4.9 9.7 0.7" 180.5, dT = -1.4sec
      2814 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 599). Observations are highly desired
      2814 = NSV 24731, 4.88, , Type VAR:
16 Dec  2 22 18 22.7 r    2814cK0  4.9  4.4S  10+  38  25 47 189 -59N 289 280 298 -5.2 -4.3 +3.2-1.1 .263  151.7     19 18 35.6 -18 55 11 393.8 569.8
   R2814 = 43 Sagittarii
      2814 is double: ** 4.9 9.7 0.7" 180.5, dT = +0.9sec
      2814 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 599). Observations are highly desired
      2814 = NSV 24731, 4.88, , Type VAR:
16 Dec  5  3 56 39.1 D    3100 F*  6.5  6.3v  27+  63     16 246  66N  48 348  66 -7.5 -2.1 +0.3+0.7 .427   20.8     21 12 36.1 -14 24  7 388.3 859.7
   R3100 = EW Aquarii
      3100 = EW Aqr, 6.41 to 6.48, V, Type DSCTC, Period 0.0968946 days
16 Dec 11  0 51 12.4 D     368DK2  6.2        87+ 138  -4 36  95  84S  72 139  91 -2.9 +6.3 +1.0+1.3 .502   -5.9      2 30 30.4   9 38 22 358.0 876.1
       368 is double: AB 6.23 9.85 1.49" 143.3, dT = +0.9sec
       368 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
16 Dec 11  2  0 37.4 r     368DK2  6.2        88+ 139     51 105 -82S 238 301 257 -3.0 +6.2 +1.3+1.7 .452 -174.0      2 30 30.4   9 38 22 356.6 785.9
       368 is double: AB 6.23 9.85 1.49" 143.3, dT = +0.27sec
       368 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
16 Dec 11  6 51 58.7 D     393cK0  6.7  6.1   89+ 141     56 253  83S  73  11  92 -3.6 +6.0 +1.9+0.2 .426   -3.1      2 39 59.0  10 42 29 355.7 735.5
       393 is double: ** 7.6 7.6 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.23sec
       393 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1191). Observations are highly desired
16 Dec 11  8 46 19.7 D     401cA2  6.3  6.3s  89+ 142     31 268  51S 105  37 124 -3.8 +6.0 +1.0-1.5 .435  -30.0      2 43 24.5  10 48 43 357.5 870.8
   R401 = 85 (Ceti)/Arietis
       401 is double: AB 6.3 6.5      247.0, dT = 0.00sec
       401 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       401 = NSV 899, 6.28 to 6.34, V
16 Dec 12  2 56 29.3 D     516cG5  6.9  6.3   95+ 153     52  98  82S  74 142  88 -0.9 +6.7 +1.5+1.2 .461   -6.1      3 34 18.6  13 50 13 354.1 796.4
       516 is double: ** 8.1 8.1 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.21sec
       516 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1205). Observations are highly desired
16 Dec 13  0 33 26.6 r     669SG7  3.8  3.3s  98+ 166   0  9  76 -66S 214 282 223 +1.3 +7.1 -0.4+2.1 .484 -139.5      4 29 33.7  15 59 48 357.51102.4
   R669 = theta 1 Tauri
       669 is multiple: Ba,Bb 3.8 7.3 0.10"   3.3, dT = +0.18sec : Aa,Ab 3.8 7.3 0.20" 355.3, dT = +0.31sec : AB 3.8 12.0 266"  75.0, dT = +418sec : BA 3.9 3.4 341" 167.0, dT = -478sec
       669 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       669 = NSV 16016, 3.84, range 0.21, V
16 Dec 13  0 37 29.3 d     677WA6  4.8  4.7S  98+ 166  -1  9  76  56S  92 160 101 +1.3 +7.1 +0.1+0.7 .605  -17.3      4 31 32.9  16 13 40 357.41098.7
       677 is double: AB 4.8 6.5 254" 130.0, dT = +332sec
       677 = NSV 1627, 4.78, , Type DSCT:
   Distance of 677 to Terminator = 19.8"; to 3km sunlit peak = 8.5"
16 Dec 13  0 43 35.9 d     680SF5  6.5  6.3   99+ 166  -2 11  77  43S 105 173 114 +1.3 +7.1 +0.3+0.3 .542  -30.4      4 31 46.1  16 10 56 357.31088.0
       680 is double: AB 6.9 7.9 0.30" 297.0, dT = -0.5sec
       680 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 680 to Terminator = 13.5"; to 3km sunlit peak = 4.1"
16 Dec 13  1 29 54.5 r     677WA6  4.8  4.7S  99+ 166     21  81 -88S 236 306 245 +1.3 +7.0 +0.2+1.6 .556 -162.7      4 31 32.9  16 13 40 356.21005.5
       677 is double: AB 4.8 6.5 254" 130.0, dT = +129sec
       677 = NSV 1627, 4.78, , Type DSCT:
16 Dec 13  1 56 27.0 d     685 F0  6.6  6.5   99+ 167     27  83  37S 111 181 119 +1.4 +7.0 +1.0+0.1 .446  -37.2      4 34 37.4  16 21 21 355.6 964.4
   Distance of 685 to Terminator = 9.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 1.7"
16 Dec 13  3  0 32.0 D     692SK5  0.9* 0.1v  99+ 167     41  88  41S 107 179 115 +1.3 +6.9 +1.5+0.1 .417  -34.0 .07  4 36 54.7  16 32 24 354.3 864.8
   R692 = Aldebaran = alpha Tauri
       692 is multiple: AB 0.9 13.6 31" 114.1, dT = +74sec : AE 0.9 12.0 37" 321.7, dT = -73sec : AC 0.9 11.3 135"  31.9, dT = +85sec : AF 0.9 13.6 253" 120.4, dT = +589sec
       692 = alf Tau, 0.86 to 0.89, V, Type LB:
   Distance of 692 to Terminator = 10.3"; to 3km sunlit peak = 2.1"
16 Dec 13  3 58 43.1 R     692SK5  0.9* 0.1v  99+ 168     54  95 -71S 218 290 226 +1.3 +6.8 +0.9+2.6 .380 -145.9 .07  4 36 54.7  16 32 24 353.3 785.8
   R692 = Aldebaran = alpha Tauri
       692 is multiple: AB 0.9 13.6 31" 114.1, dT = +20sec : AE 0.9 12.0 37" 321.7, dT = +22sec : AC 0.9 11.3 135"  31.9, dT = +354sec : AF 0.9 13.6 253" 120.4, dT = +93sec
       692 = alf Tau, 0.86 to 0.89, V, Type LB:
16 Dec 14  7 10 13.5 r     871 G8  6.7* 5.8  100- 174     82 133  66S 293 338 294 +3.1 +6.2 +2.7-1.1 .343  150.8      5 46 12.3  18 42 28 353.8 673.7
   Distance of 871 to Terminator = 4.9"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
16 Dec 14 10 36 28.8 r     886cK0  6.8  6.1  100- 173     49 271  36S 256 182 256 +2.6 +6.2 +1.7-0.1 .437 -162.8      5 52  5.3  18 33  8 355.7 788.9
   Distance of 886 to Terminator = 2.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
16 Dec 16 11 53 30.5 d    1207cK3  5.6  4.9   91- 146     58 264 -59N  75   3  63 +6.0 +4.2 +2.3+0.1 .354   31.3      8  1 46.1  17 15 30 363.8 730.2
   R1207 = 3 Cancri
      1207 is double: ** 6.0 7.6 0.003" 240.6, dT = -0.01sec
16 Dec 16 12 57 45.1 R    1207cK3  5.6  4.9   91- 146     44 271  58N 318 245 305 +5.8 +4.3 +0.6-2.4 .392  148.6      8  1 46.1  17 15 30 365.1 812.7
   R1207 = 3 Cancri
      1207 is double: ** 6.0 7.6 0.003" 240.6, dT = 0.00sec
16 Dec 17  6 29 12.7 d    1323cG2  6.4  6.0   85- 135     33  87 -80N  98 169  81 +7.9 +2.9 +1.1+0.5 .457   -0.5      8 51 58.4  15 17  4 370.2 821.1
   R1323 = 54 Cancri
      1323 is double: ** 6.6 8.0 0.050" 272.0, dT = -0.11sec
      1323 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1396). Observations are highly desired
16 Dec 17  7 44 44.2 R    1323cG2  6.4  6.0   85- 134     51  95  82S 280 350 262 +7.7 +2.9 +1.8+0.3 .401 -179.3      8 51 58.4  15 17  4 369.1 718.6
   R1323 = 54 Cancri
      1323 is double: ** 6.6 8.0 0.050" 272.0, dT = -0.12sec
      1323 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1396). Observations are highly desired
16 Dec 18 10 49 50.8 R    1448wA0  6.9  6.9   75- 121     75 146  64S 264 296 243 +7.7 +1.3 +3.1+0.5 .299 -150.7      9 51 44.1  11 45 39 375.0 624.6
   R1448 = 21 Leonis
      1448 is double: AB 6.7 13.2 29.5" 145.1, dT = +48sec
16 Dec 23 17 18 28.3 r    2008pK0  6.6* 6.0   26-  61  34 45 228  24N 358 315 337 +3.0 -4.8 +0.6-5.9 .140  116.1     14  0 57.5 - 8 14 28 400.1 617.9
   *** A light curve is desired as    2008 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212703886}
      2008 is double: ** 7.4 7.4 0.050" 350.0, dT = -0.35sec
      2008 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1456). Observations are highly desired
16 Dec 25 17 35 13.6 d    2223SK0  3.9  3.4   11-  39  36 49 201 -85N 104  84  90 +0.5 -5.9 +2.9-0.9 .289    5.1     15 36 27.2 -14 50 30 401.0 564.9
   R2223 = gamma Librae
      2223 is triple: Aa,Ab 4.0 4.2 0.10" 191.0, dT = +0.02sec : AB 4.0 11.2 43" 157.1, dT = +88sec
      2223 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
16 Dec 25 19 13  5.4 R    2223SK0  3.9  3.4   11-  39  43 36 228  89S 288 244 274 +0.1 -5.9 +2.1-1.4 .322  175.0     15 36 27.2 -14 50 30 402.0 630.4
   R2223 = gamma Librae
      2223 is triple: Aa,Ab 4.0 4.2 0.10" 191.0, dT = +0.04sec : AB 4.0 11.2 43" 157.1, dT = +87sec
      2223 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
16 Dec 26 17 58 15.9 r    2352pF0  7.0         6-  28  38 48 193  89S 286 274 277 -0.7 -6.0 +2.9-0.9 .288  178.2     16 23 50.5 -17  3 17 400.1 558.5
   *** A light curve is desired as    2352 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 205523624}
      2352 is double: AB 7.6 7.8 0.067" 207.2, dT = -0.04sec
      2352 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
16 Dec 31 20 35 47.4 d    3036 F5  7.0  6.8    6+  29  40 48 161  27S 134 152 151 -5.2 -2.2 +3.7-2.9 .158  -60.2     20 49  8.4 -16 27 29 387.1 596.6
17 Jan  2  0 33 46.9 d    3186 F5  6.7  6.5   13+  43   2 41 225  47N  27 345  48 -6.3 -0.8 +0.8+2.1 .297   37.5     21 46 15.6 -12 42 18 383.6 696.5
17 Jan  2  1 35 59.8 r    3186 F5  6.7  6.5   13+  43 -11 30 238 -57N 283 230 304 -6.5 -0.9 +1.9-1.5 .329  142.6     21 46 15.6 -12 42 18 384.5 773.1
17 Jan  2  3  0 45.7 D    3196 A1  6.3  6.2   14+  43     13 250  39S 121  60 142 -6.6 -0.9 +1.3-2.6 .288  -53.2     21 50 34.5 -12 38 37 386.0 898.0
17 Jan  2 22 12 15.8 d    3313 K0  6.5  5.9   21+  54  28 54 157  38N  17  38  40 -5.9 +0.8 +1.3+3.6 .233   46.9     22 34 59.0 - 9 31 17 379.4 628.5
17 Jan  3  2 37 34   M    3325PG0  6.9  6.6   22+  55     30 243   5S 154  98 177 -6.7 +0.6 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     22 41  0.5 - 9 16 16 380.7 795.5
   *** A light curve is highly desired as    3325 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 206225297}
      3325 is double: ** 7.5 7.5 0.004" 350.0
17 Jan  4  0  3 43.3 d  146724 K2  7.0  6.2   30+  67   8 61 184  86N  63  60  88 -6.1 +2.3 +2.4+1.1 .352   -3.8     23 29 38.3 - 5 17 50 374.9 641.3
17 Jan  4  1 31 52.5 r  146724 K2  7.0  6.2   31+  67 -10 52 222 -78S 236 198 261 -6.4 +2.2 +1.8+1.0 .373 -175.8     23 29 38.3 - 5 17 50 375.2 680.2
17 Jan  5  4 33 55.1 D      55cG8  6.4     s  42+  81     31 255  57N  34 332  58 -6.3 +3.6 +0.8+1.5 .385   31.9     24 27 29.2   0  2 35 372.7 820.4
   R55 = 10 Ceti
        55 is double: AB 6.47 8.91 0.40" 280.8, dT = -0.41sec
        55 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
        55 = NSV 15093, 5.82 to 6.18, V
17 Jan  5  5 30  8.4 r      55cG8  6.4     s  43+  81     18 262 -57N 280 215 305 -6.4 +3.6 +0.7-1.3 .424  148.0     24 27 29.2   0  2 35 373.8 906.0
   R55 = 10 Ceti
        55 is double: AB 6.47 8.91 0.40" 280.8, dT = -0.9sec
        55 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
        55 = NSV 15093, 5.82 to 6.18, V
17 Jan  6  6 21 17.8 D     202 G5  6.9  6.3   54+  95     20 266  61N  38 332  61 -5.7 +4.9 +0.6+1.2 .426   32.4      1 23 36.2   4 49 30 369.8 903.7
17 Jan  6 22 27 55.1 d     303cK0  6.4  5.9   63+ 105  26 32  96  25N   4  71  25 -3.6 +6.2 -0.3+4.3 .234   61.4      2  5 45.0   7 48 53 366.2 866.8
       303 is double: ** 7.2 7.4 0.40" 115.0, dT = -0.6sec
       303 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1174). Observations are highly desired
17 Jan  7  2 50 46.5 D     322cG0  5.6  5.3   64+ 107     74 202  23N   2 342  23 -4.1 +5.9 +0.3+5.5 .186   60.6      2 12 15.2   8 38 49 362.9 665.1
   R322 = 64 Ceti
17 Jan  7  3 32 18.1 r     322cG0  5.6  5.3   65+ 107     68 229 -34N 305 261 325 -4.3 +5.9 +3.9-3.6 .188  119.5      2 12 15.2   8 38 49 363.0 673.7
   R322 = 64 Ceti
17 Jan  7  4 23 26   Gr    327cG8  4.4  3.9s  65+ 107     59 ** GRAZE: CA -2.6N; Dist.292km in az. 164deg. [Lat = 21.40+0.26(E.Long+110.33)]
   Distance of 327 to Terminator = 0.3"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 Jan  7  4 24 44   M     327cG8  4.4  3.9s  65+ 107     58 247  -2N 337 279 357 -4.4 +5.9 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      2 13 54.3   8 55 26 363.4 701.5
   R327 = xi 1 Ceti
       327 is double: AB 4.3      0.003"  88.1
       327 = NSV 749, 4.35 to 4.38, V, Type E:
17 Jan  9  2 26 14   M     608DF3  6.0  5.8s  85+ 134     63 104   4S 160 227 171 -0.9 +6.9 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      4  8 40.6  15 12 17 358.4 726.3
       608 is double: AB 6.11 8.77 3.70" 222.2
       608 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       608 = NSV 1466, 6.00 to 6.05, V
   Distance of 608 to Terminator = 2.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 Jan  9  2 27  1   Gr    608DF3  6.0  5.8s  85+ 134     63 ** GRAZE: CA  4.1S; Dist. 56km in az. 334deg. [Lat = 24.69+0.44(E.Long+110.33)]
   Distance of 608 to Terminator = 7.5"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 Jan  9  7 56 22.9 D     627 K1  6.6  6.0   86+ 136     40 272  44N  29 317  39 -1.7 +6.8 +1.7+2.6 .270   54.7      4 17 47.7  16 15 11 359.8 815.0
17 Jan 10 11 34 41.4 d     814SB5  5.4  5.5   94+ 151      6 287  71S  96  29  99 +0.1 +6.7 -0.1-0.8 .619   -3.6      5 28 10.6  17 58 22 362.61091.4
   R814 = 115 Tauri
       814 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 5.8 6.8 0.051" 288.5, dT = -0.08sec : AB 5.4 10.1 10.0" 305.9, dT = -14sec : AC 5.4 11.8 10.0" 347.1, dT = -5sec
       814 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Jan 11  2 49 18.8 D     943 B8  6.6  6.6   97+ 162     43  86  74S  93 167  91 +2.8 +6.1 +1.4+0.6 .463  -11.6      6 14 34.2  18 40 18 359.5 823.7
17 Jan 11 10  4 19.2 D     985SK0  6.8  6.3v  98+ 164     39 275  82S  85  11  81 +1.8 +5.9 +1.2-0.5 .472   12.9      6 27 11.1  18 44 32 360.2 846.0
       985 is triple: AB     0.3 0.005"  80.0, dT = +0.01sec : AB 6.7 11.5 3.1" 316.4, dT = -4sec
       985 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       985 = OU Gem, 6.76, range 0.05, V, Type BY
17 Jan 14 14  5 16.7 r    1405cK0  6.9* 6.4   95- 153  -1 21 275  65S 267 198 247 +5.4 +2.0 +0.6-0.7 .479 -156.3      9 32 16.4  12 46 50 373.9 948.5
17 Jan 18  6 49 17.1 r    1825 G8  5.9  5.5   65- 107      7  95  41S 243 309 219 +6.1 -4.0 +0.4+2.3 .325 -132.2     12 44 30.6 - 1 40 13 395.4 929.4
17 Jan 25 12 38 27.8 R    2687SG1  6.6* 6.0V   6-  28      6 114  32N 332  34 336 -2.4 -5.2 -0.5-2.0 .270  126.2     18 32 51.9 -19  6 36 397.8 880.6
   R2687 = U Sagittarii
      2687 is multiple: AB 6.9 9.1 66" 252.0, dT = -42sec : AH 6.9 10.0 72" 295.0, dT = -213sec : AR 6.9 11.0 77"  90.0, dT = +133sec : AE 6.9 8.8 143" 281.0, dT = -333sec
      2687 = U Sgr, 6.28 to 7.15, V, Type DCEP, Period 6.745226 days, Phase 84 %
17 Jan 25 13 51 18.7 d    2699 M3  6.8  5.8v   6-  28  -4 20 123 -48N  52 106  56 -2.5 -5.1 +1.9+2.6 .276   45.9     18 36 22.3 -19 15  7 396.1 762.8
      2699 = V4401 Sgr, 6.64 to 6.77, Hp, Type SRB
17 Jan 25 14 47 28.6 r    2699 M3  6.8  5.8v   6-  27   8 30 133  40N 323   9 328 -2.7 -5.0 +0.9-1.8 .247  133.9 .01 18 36 22.3 -19 15  7 395.0 681.4
      2699 = V4401 Sgr, 6.64 to 6.77, Hp, Type SRB
17 Jan 25 20 35  8.1 r    2715cM4  6.3* 5.5V   5-  26  45 30 228  60N 303 257 309 -4.0 -4.9 +2.5-2.4 .264  137.1     18 43 53.6 -19 15 53 394.2 689.5
      2715 is double: AB 6.7 9.3 0.60"  54.0, dT = +0.8sec
      2715 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      2715 = V3879 Sgr, 6.05 to 6.58, V, Type SRB, Period 50. days
17 Jan 30 18  8 43.2 r    3388SF2  5.5         8+  34  44 28 114 -89N 250 308 275 -4.4 +2.0 +1.3+1.4 .430  179.7     23  6  1.7 - 7 36 12 377.3 787.4
   R3388 = 83 Aquarii
      3388 is triple: AB 6.20 6.34 0.19" 118.6, dT = +0.29sec : AB,C 5.5 7.2 257" 149.1, dT = +118sec
      3388 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Jan 31  3 20 52.0 D    3432cK0  6.2  5.6   10+  37      7 261  83S  76  11 101 -5.7 +1.9 +0.3-0.3 .530   -8.0     23 21 32.3 - 5 49  0 378.4 982.8
17 Jan 31 17 56 13.7 d    3526cG9  4.9  4.4S  16+  46  42 17 102  23S 136 200 161 -3.9 +3.5 +0.9-2.0 .198  -66.3     23 59 31.6 - 3 27 49 375.7 896.5
   R3526 = 27 Piscium
      3526 is double: AB 4.9 8.9 0.9" 329.8, dT = -4sec
      3526 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      3526 = NSV 14785, 9.0 to 11.5, V
17 Jan 31 18  6 43   Gr   3526cG9  4.9  4.4S  16+  47  45 19 ** GRAZE: CA -0.1S; Dist.199km in az. 173deg. [Lat = 22.33+0.11(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Jan 31 18 22 21.8 r    3526cG9  4.9  4.4S  16+  47  45 23 105 -23S 182 245 207 -4.0 +3.5 +0.4+4.9 .189 -113.8     23 59 31.6 - 3 27 49 375.0 855.4
   R3526 = 27 Piscium
      3526 is double: AB 4.9 8.9 0.9" 329.8, dT = +4sec
      3526 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      3526 = NSV 14785, 9.0 to 11.5, V
17 Jan 31 19 37 50.8 d    3535 B7  5.1  5.2   16+  47  49 38 115  79S  80 136 105 -4.1 +3.5 +1.6+1.1 .404  -15.2     24  2 40.8 - 2 56  6 373.4 758.6
   R3535 = 29 Piscium
17 Jan 31 20 54 51.2 r    3535 B7  5.1  5.2   16+  48  44 53 133 -67S 226 268 251 -4.3 +3.5 +1.7+2.1 .367 -164.7     24  2 40.8 - 2 56  6 372.1 686.8
   R3535 = 29 Piscium
17 Feb  1 21 49 27.8 d     128 G5  7.0  6.4   26+  61  38 57 128  60S  99 145 123 -3.7 +4.9 +2.8+0.1 .305  -38.5      0 58 31.4   1 52 30 369.4 697.2
17 Feb  3  6 28 41.5 D     303cK0  6.4  5.9   39+  77      4 277  82S  79  13 100 -3.9 +5.9 +0.1-0.4 .570   -3.4      2  5 44.7   7 48 51 371.61029.7
       303 is double: ** 7.2 7.4 0.40" 115.0, dT = +0.6sec
       303 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1174). Observations are highly desired
17 Feb  3 21  7 24.9 D     405SF1  4.3  4.1S  47+  87  44 31  92  55S 108 176 126 -1.7 +6.8 +1.3+0.1 .372  -41.0      2 45 51.8  10 10 58 367.8 880.4
   R405 = mu Ceti
       405 is multiple: Aa,Ad     2.6 0.021" 243.0, dT = -0.04sec : Aa,Ab 4.2 6.2 0.10" 343.3, dT = -0.15sec : Aa,Ac     2.3 0.25"  63.0, dT = +0.48sec : AB 4.2 13.6 160" 342.7, dT = -247sec
       405 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       405 = NSV 909, 4.27, , Type RS:
17 Feb  3 21 58 43.6 r     405SF1  4.3  4.1S  47+  87  37 42  98 -41S 204 271 222 -1.7 +6.8 +0.4+3.0 .342 -138.9      2 45 51.8  10 10 58 366.7 806.0
   R405 = mu Ceti
       405 is multiple: Aa,Ad     2.6 0.021" 243.0, dT = -0.05sec : Aa,Ab 4.2 6.2 0.10" 343.3, dT = +0.22sec : Aa,Ac     2.3 0.25"  63.0, dT = +0.6sec : AB 4.2 13.6 160" 342.7, dT = +351sec
       405 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       405 = NSV 909, 4.27, , Type RS:
17 Feb  6  7 17 53.9 D     741cK1  5.5* 4.8   73+ 117     33 276  51S 120  48 126 -0.5 +6.8 +0.7-2.0 .407  -31.9      4 58 22.0  17 10 35 365.4 850.4
       741 is double: ** 6.5 6.5 0.08" 240.0, dT = -0.1sec
       741 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1248). Observations are highly desired
17 Feb  6  8 13  3.1 r     741cK1  5.5* 4.8   73+ 118     20 280 -66S 238 167 243 -0.5 +6.9 +0.8+0.4 .452 -148.2      4 58 22.0  17 10 35 366.6 944.9
       741 is double: ** 6.5 6.5 0.08" 240.0, dT = -0.18sec
       741 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1248). Observations are highly desired
17 Feb  7  3  2 29.4 D     886cK0  6.8  6.1   82+ 129     75 108  85N  80 147  81 +1.6 +6.3 +2.4+0.8 .375    1.6      5 52  5.4  18 33  8 362.8 659.6
17 Feb  7  3 18 25.4 D   94927 G5  7.0  6.5   82+ 129     78 115  69S 106 166 106 +1.5 +6.3 +2.7-0.6 .341  -23.0      5 52 28.6  18 26 41 362.7 651.8
17 Feb  7  4 32  0.1 r     886cK0  6.8  6.1   82+ 130     81 232 -87N 268 218 268 +1.3 +6.3 +2.6+0.0 .365  178.6      5 52  5.4  18 33  8 362.7 642.8
17 Feb  9  8 16 10.7 D    1207cK3  5.6  4.9   96+ 158     59 264  87N  90  18  77 +3.2 +4.1 +2.0-0.6 .391   16.1      8  1 46.9  17 15 28 366.6 723.4
   R1207 = 3 Cancri
      1207 is double: ** 6.0 7.6 0.003" 240.6, dT = -0.01sec
17 Feb  9  9 28 32.8 r    1207cK3  5.6  4.9   96+ 158     42 272 -61N 303 230 290 +3.1 +4.1 +0.9-1.8 .440  163.7      8  1 46.9  17 15 28 367.9 817.6
   R1207 = 3 Cancri
      1207 is double: ** 6.0 7.6 0.003" 240.6, dT = 0.00sec
17 Feb 10  3  4 43.3 D    1323cG2  6.4  6.0   99+ 169     36  88  58S 127 198 110 +5.1 +2.7 +1.4-0.8 .392  -29.3      8 51 59.4  15 17  0 370.5 808.4
   R1323 = 54 Cancri
      1323 is double: ** 6.6 8.0 0.050" 272.0, dT = -0.1sec
      1323 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1396). Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 1323 to Terminator = 12.1"; to 3km sunlit peak = 3.2"
17 Feb 10  7  2 13.2 D    1336cA5  5.2  5.1V  99+ 171     81 188  54N  58  50  40 +4.4 +2.6 +3.6+2.4 .225   51.2      8 58 13.0  15 15 12 368.5 642.3
   R1336 = omicron 1 Cancri
      1336 is double: AB 5.2 5.7       18.0, dT = 0.00sec
      1336 = HD 76543, 5.18, , Type ACV, Period 0.4592 days, Phase 91 %
   Distance of 1336 to Terminator = 8.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 1.0"
17 Feb 10  7 56 44.9 r    1336cA5  5.2  5.1V  99+ 171     73 241 -21N 342 286 324 +4.3 +2.6 +1.0-4.3 .232  128.6      8 58 13.0  15 15 12 368.8 664.6
   R1336 = omicron 1 Cancri
      1336 is double: AB 5.2 5.7       18.0, dT = 0.00sec
      1336 = HD 76543, 5.18, , Type ACV, Period 0.4592 days, Phase 91 %
17 Feb 15 14 44 48.1 r    1921 K3  5.9  5.1   79- 126  10 29 249  16N   4 305 341 +3.2 -4.5 +0.3-6.9 .122  108.1 .02 13 24 12.6 - 5  0 49 394.7 750.0
   R1921 = 65 Virginis
17 Feb 17 11  8 39.4 d    2128 G7  5.8  5.3   62- 104     49 150 -81S 114 142  97 +2.1 -6.0 +2.3-0.7 .313    3.2     14 55 18.7 -11 57 58 398.2 604.7
   R2128 = 13 Librae
17 Feb 17 12 48 18.9 R    2128 G7  5.8  5.3   62- 104     54 189  76N 299 291 282 +1.7 -5.9 +2.6-1.4 .294  176.1     14 55 18.7 -11 57 58 398.0 568.1
   R2128 = 13 Librae
17 Feb 18  9 48  7.1 R    2231 K1  6.8  6.2   53-  94     28 123  69S 262 314 249 +1.2 -6.4 +1.8+1.3 .319 -148.3     15 39 26.2 -14 34 14 401.2 728.7
17 Feb 18 12 27 40.0 d    2245 K0  6.3* 5.7   53-  93     50 164 -49S 144 159 131 +0.6 -6.3 +1.9-2.2 .255  -30.6     15 44 22.3 -15  5 43 399.4 573.3
17 Feb 18 13 54 57.7 R    2245 K0  6.3* 5.7   52-  93   0 49 197  67S 259 243 246 +0.2 -6.2 +3.3+0.3 .249 -149.8     15 44 22.3 -15  5 43 399.5 558.3
17 Feb 22 11 54 42.7 R    2773SK0  6.2  5.4   17-  49     13 118  76S 253 311 260 -3.4 -4.6 +1.1+1.5 .392 -157.3     19  4  2.7 -19 13  6 395.0 813.9
      2773 is multiple: AB 6.2 9.0 8.2"  90.0, dT = +20sec : AB 11.0 11.5 16.1" 248.3, dT = -41sec : AC 6.2 10.8 20.0" 112.1, dT = +40sec : AD 6.2 13.7 25.9" 262.4, dT = -65sec
      2773 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Feb 22 11 56 37.0 R    2774cF5  6.4  6.1   17-  49     14 118  71N 286 344 294 -3.4 -4.6 +0.7+0.3 .416  169.4     19  4  5.9 -19  4 32 395.0 810.6
17 Feb 22 13 52 15.6 d    2791cB2  5.6  5.6v  17-  48   0 34 137 -73S 104 145 111 -3.8 -4.4 +1.9+0.2 .336  -11.0     19  9 15.6 -19 15 39 392.6 650.9
      2791 is double: AB 6.2 6.2 0.050" 209.5, dT = -0.04sec
      2791 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      2791 = V4024 Sgr, 5.34 to 5.6, V, Type GCAS
17 Feb 22 15 24 45.1 r    2791cB2  5.6  5.6v  16-  48  20 45 162  81S 257 275 265 -4.1 -4.3 +2.9+0.8 .299 -169.4     19  9 15.6 -19 15 39 391.4 577.7
      2791 is double: AB 6.2 6.2 0.050" 209.5, dT = -0.11sec
      2791 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      2791 = V4024 Sgr, 5.34 to 5.6, V, Type GCAS
17 Feb 24 16 59 37.4 r    3064 A2  5.9  5.8V   4-  24  40 47 158  62S 229 250 247 -5.2 -1.8 +2.4+2.0 .300 -154.8     20 58 36.3 -15 57 54 381.9 613.5
      3064 = HD 199443, 5.88, , Type ACV, Period 0.2220 days, Phase 88 %
17 Feb 28  1 29 19.5 d    3514cG9  5.9  5.4    2+  18  -2 15 259  71N  54 350  79 -5.2 +2.9 +0.4+0.4 .507   13.0     23 53 46.8 - 3  3 47 371.7 937.8
   R3514 = 24 Piscium
      3514 is double: AB 6.7 6.7 0.070" 145.6, dT = 0.00sec
      3514 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Mar  2 20 32 43.3 d  110566 A5  7.0  6.8   22+  56  56 50 105  30S 135 198 154 -1.0 +6.6 +4.2-3.6 .143  -70.9      2 30 29.2   9  4 44 364.3 769.2
17 Mar  2 21  2 19.2 d     368DK2  6.2        22+  56  52 57 110  17N   2  62  21 -1.1 +6.6 -0.3+5.1 .201   61.4      2 30 29.4   9 38 17 363.8 738.9
       368 is double: AB 6.23 9.85 1.49" 143.3, dT = -6sec
       368 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Mar  3  4 21 18.6 D     398cK0  6.5  5.9   24+  59     18 274  74N  59 351  77 -2.0 +6.4 +0.6+0.3 .502   17.9      2 42 54.6  10 36 50 367.1 940.4
       398 is double: ** 6.9 8.5 0.006" 298.5, dT = -0.01sec
17 Mar  3  4 56 13.2 D     401cA2  6.3  6.3s  24+  59     10 278  23N   9 302  27 -2.0 +6.5 +1.0+4.3 .199   69.2      2 43 23.5  10 48 39 368.01001.0
   R401 = 85 (Ceti)/Arietis
       401 is double: AB 6.3 6.5      247.0, dT = 0.00sec
       401 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       401 = NSV 899, 6.28 to 6.34, V
17 Mar  3  5  5 53   Gr    401cA2  6.3  6.3s  24+  59      8 ** GRAZE: CA  2.8N; Dist.115km in az.  10deg. [Lat = 25.18-0.16(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Mar  3 19 14 42.1 d     491cK0  6.0  5.4   32+  69  59 22  86  66S 101 170 116 +0.4 +7.2 +0.7+0.4 .456  -31.9      3 25  6.1  12 41 10 366.7 956.1
       491 is double: ** 6.8 6.8 0.10" 159.0, dT = +0.12sec
       491 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1020). Observations are highly desired
17 Mar  4  1  3  9.2 d     516cG5  6.9  6.3   34+  71   4 73 235  66N  54   4  68 -0.3 +6.9 +2.2+1.5 .357   16.9      3 34 17.7  13 50 10 363.1 657.4
       516 is double: ** 8.1 8.1 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.23sec
       516 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1205). Observations are highly desired
17 Mar  4  2 24  3.9 r     516cG5  6.9  6.3   34+  71     56 259 -76N 272 205 286 -0.5 +6.8 +2.1-0.7 .383  163.1      3 34 17.7  13 50 10 364.0 706.1
       516 is double: ** 8.1 8.1 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.26sec
       516 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1205). Observations are highly desired
17 Mar  4  4 30 10.4 D     526 G5  6.7  6.2   35+  72     29 273  63S 105  35 119 -0.8 +6.9 +0.8-1.4 .443  -24.2      3 40 13.7  13 56 34 366.2 862.4
17 Mar  4 19 19 25.6 r     635cG8  3.7  3.1s  43+  82  60 13  78 -82N 270 338 279 +1.6 +7.3 +0.2+0.8 .556  163.7      4 20 45.8  15 39 53 368.41034.0
   R635 = Hyadum I = gamma Tauri
       635 is double: AB 3.7      0.40" 179.0, dT = +0.01sec
       635 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       635 = NSV 1553, 3.60 to 3.67, V
17 Mar  4 21  1 14.5 d     659SF7  6.6     s  44+  83  53 34  87  89S  82 154  92 +1.6 +7.2 +1.0+1.0 .480  -10.9      4 26 35.7  15 58 34 366.2 868.9
   R659 = 70 Tauri
       659 is triple: Aa,Ab 7.74 7.00 0.10" 117.8, dT = +0.16sec : AB 6.4 13.4 129" 339.4, dT = -60sec
       659 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       659 = NSV 15985, 6.46, range 0.02, V, Type BY:
17 Mar  4 22 48 18.9 D     667cK2  5.0  4.4   44+  83  34 58  98  53N  45 115  53 +1.4 +7.0 +1.3+2.4 .368   26.5      4 29 24.8  16 23 38 364.5 726.5
   R667 = 75 Tauri
       667 is double: AB 5.0            30.0, dT = 0.00sec
17 Mar  4 22 56 31.7 d     672cF7  6.7        44+  84  32 60  99  77S  95 165 104 +1.4 +7.0 +2.2+0.3 .371  -24.0      4 29 58.3  16 11 34 364.4 717.9
       672 is double: AB 6.85 8.38 0.19" 262.8, dT = -0.5sec
       672 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Mar  4 22 59 44.9 D     669SG7  3.8  3.3s  44+  84  31 61 100  25S 147 216 155 +1.4 +7.0 +5.6-7.3 .102  -75.4 .03  4 29 32.9  15 59 46 364.3 714.0
   R669 = theta 1 Tauri
       669 is multiple: Ba,Bb 3.8 7.3 0.10"   3.3, dT = -0.8sec : Aa,Ab 3.8 7.3 0.20" 355.1, dT = -1.8sec : AB 3.8 12.0 266"  75.0, dT = +823sec : BA 3.9 3.4 341" 167.0, dT = +3147sec
       669 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       669 = NSV 16016, 3.84, range 0.21, V
17 Mar  4 23  9 23   Gr    669SG7  3.8  3.3s  44+  84  30 63 ** GRAZE: CA 10.4S; Dist. 59km in az. 155deg. [Lat = 23.55+0.43(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Mar  4 23 20 54   R     669SG7  3.8  3.3s  44+  84  27 66 104  -4S 176 243 185 +1.3 +7.0 +9.9+9.9 .099 -104.6 .03  4 29 32.9  15 59 46 364.1 694.2
   R669 = theta 1 Tauri
       669 is multiple: Ba,Bb 3.8 7.3 0.10"   3.3, dT = +1sec : Aa,Ab 3.8 7.3 0.20" 355.1, dT = +2.1sec : AB 3.8 12.0 266"  75.0, dT = +519sec : BA 3.9 3.4 341" 167.0, dT = -3412sec
       669 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       669 = NSV 16016, 3.84, range 0.21, V
17 Mar  5  0  1 53.0 D     677WA6  4.8  4.7S  45+  84  18 74 116  55S 117 175 126 +1.2 +7.0 +3.2-1.4 .269  -44.3      4 31 32.2  16 13 38 363.8 664.5
       677 is double: AB 4.8 6.5 254" 130.0, dT = +919sec
       677 = NSV 1627, 4.78, , Type DSCT:
17 Mar  5  0  2 52.9 r     667cK2  5.0  4.4   45+  84  18 75 117 -73N 279 336 287 +1.2 +7.0 +2.8-0.2 .337  153.8      4 29 24.8  16 23 38 363.8 663.3
   R667 = 75 Tauri
       667 is double: AB 5.0            30.0, dT = 0.00sec
17 Mar  5  0 21  7.4 d     680SF5  6.5  6.3   45+  84  14 78 128  33S 138 187 147 +1.2 +6.9 +4.2-4.7 .156  -65.1      4 31 45.3  16 10 54 363.7 654.4
       680 is double: AB 6.9 7.9 0.30" 297.0, dT = -1.8sec
       680 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Mar  5  1  6 54.0 r     677WA6  4.8  4.7S  45+  84   3 82 191 -39S 211 201 219 +1.0 +6.9 +1.9+3.4 .260 -135.5      4 31 32.2  16 13 38 363.7 641.9
       677 is double: AB 4.8 6.5 254" 130.0, dT = -160sec
       677 = NSV 1627, 4.78, , Type DSCT:
17 Mar  5  2 16 46.2 D     685 F0  6.6  6.5   45+  85     71 249  34S 138  75 146 +0.8 +6.9 +2.9-4.5 .189  -59.3      4 34 36.6  16 21 19 364.0 654.3
17 Mar  5  3  2 39.3 r     685 F0  6.6  6.5   46+  85     61 260 -30S 202 132 210 +0.7 +6.9 +2.2+4.4 .198 -120.7      4 34 36.6  16 21 19 364.5 684.5
17 Mar  5  3 31 58.0 D     692SK5  0.9* 0.1v  46+  85     55 265  62S 111  39 119 +0.6 +6.9 +1.9-1.7 .355  -27.8 .08  4 36 54.0  16 32 23 364.9 709.9
   R692 = Aldebaran = alpha Tauri
       692 is multiple: AB 0.9 13.6 31" 114.1, dT = +87sec : AE 0.9 12.0 37" 321.6, dT = -89sec : AC 0.9 11.3 135"  31.9, dT = +75sec : AF 0.9 13.6 253" 120.4, dT = +702sec
       692 = alf Tau, 0.86 to 0.89, V, Type LB:
17 Mar  5  4 41  3.3 R     692SK5  0.9* 0.1v  46+  85     39 272 -65S 238 166 246 +0.5 +6.9 +1.5+0.6 .398 -152.4 .07  4 36 54.0  16 32 23 366.1 797.4
   R692 = Aldebaran = alpha Tauri
       692 is multiple: AB 0.9 13.6 31" 114.1, dT = +43sec : AE 0.9 12.0 37" 321.6, dT = -10sec : AC 0.9 11.3 135"  31.9, dT = +306sec : AF 0.9 13.6 253" 120.4, dT = +292sec
       692 = alf Tau, 0.86 to 0.89, V, Type LB:
17 Mar  5 22 16  8.1 d     814SB5  5.4  5.5   56+  97  40 39  86  85N  82 155  84 +2.7 +6.7 +1.1+1.0 .463   -5.3      5 28 10.0  17 58 22 367.0 827.9
   R814 = 115 Tauri
       814 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 5.8 6.8 0.054" 286.9, dT = -0.1sec : AB 5.4 10.1 10.0" 305.9, dT = -15sec : AC 5.4 11.8 10.0" 347.1, dT = -1.7sec
       814 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Mar  5 23 30 41.0 r     814SB5  5.4  5.5   56+  97  25 56  93 -75S 251 325 254 +2.5 +6.6 +1.7+1.4 .407 -174.4      5 28 10.0  17 58 22 365.8 726.1
   R814 = 115 Tauri
       814 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 5.8 6.8 0.054" 286.9, dT = -0.11sec : AB 5.4 10.1 10.0" 305.9, dT = -14sec : AC 5.4 11.8 10.0" 347.1, dT = +2.5sec
       814 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Mar  6  0  2 14.0 d     823DA2  6.7        56+  97  18 63  96  14N  10  83  13 +2.5 +6.6 +0.1+6.9 .152   67.2      5 30 19.2  18 22 32 365.5 694.2
       823 is double: AB 6.77 10.42 3.19" 128.9, dT = -10sec
       823 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Mar  6  0 57 18.5 d     829 K5  6.8  5.9   57+  98   6 75 109  77N  74 139  76 +2.3 +6.5 +2.4+1.1 .367    5.6      5 32 39.3  18 15 10 365.1 652.3
17 Mar  6  2 27 24.0 r     829 K5  6.8  5.9   57+  98     81 232 -87N 269 220 271 +2.0 +6.5 +2.7-0.1 .356  174.7      5 32 39.3  18 15 10 365.0 633.7
17 Mar  6  2 59 38   m     836 B2  5.7  5.7v  57+  98     75 252  -1N 356 290 358 +1.9 +6.5 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      5 34 31.8  18 32 54 365.2 642.8
   R836 = 120 Tauri
       836 = V0960 Tau, 5.53 to 5.69, V, Type GCAS, Period 1.03747 days, Phase 57 %
17 Mar  6  2 59 39   Gr    836 B2  5.7  5.7v  57+  98     75 ** GRAZE: CA -0.8N; Dist. 23km in az. 181deg. [Lat = 23.93-0.02(E.Long+110.33)]
   Distance of 836 to Terminator = 18.1"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 Mar  8  6 41 36.8 D    1158cM0  5.0* 4.2s  79+ 126     51 269  56S 131  58 120 +3.3 +4.6 +1.1-2.3 .370  -26.7 .01  7 40 28.3  17 37 54 370.4 745.0
   R1158 = 74 Geminorum
      1158 is double: ** 6.0 6.0 0.030"  24.0, dT = -0.02sec
      1158 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 367). Observations are highly desired
      1158 = NSV 3671, 5.05, range 0.08, V
17 Mar  8  7 47  5.1 r    1158cM0  5.0* 4.2s  79+ 126     36 275 -71S 258 185 247 +3.2 +4.6 +1.3-0.3 .417 -153.5 .01  7 40 28.3  17 37 54 371.8 840.0
   R1158 = 74 Geminorum
      1158 is double: ** 6.0 6.0 0.030"  24.0, dT = +0.04sec
      1158 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 367). Observations are highly desired
      1158 = NSV 3671, 5.05, range 0.08, V
17 Mar 10  8 36 55.1 D    1413 B9  6.8* 6.8   94+ 152     48 262  32S 164  96 143 +4.2 +1.7 +0.2-3.8 .268  -49.9      9 35 56.2  12 34 29 376.3 760.2
17 Mar 10 10  7 30.9 D    1422 G8  6.7  6.3   94+ 153     28 272  54N  70   1  49 +4.0 +1.7 +1.2-0.1 .360   41.9      9 39 12.5  12 39 21 378.3 888.8
17 Mar 11  8  2 51   m    1531wA0  6.0  6.0v  98+ 164     64 240   7N  28 335   5 +4.5 +0.1 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     10 28 34.1   9 40 20 378.5 671.7
   R1531 = 45 Leonis (CX)
      1531 is double: AB 6.0 12.4 34" 120.5
      1531 = CX Leo, 6.01 to 6.03, V, Type ACV, Period 3.0525 days, Phase 69 %
   Distance of 1531 to Terminator = 0.5"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 Mar 11  8  3 53   Gr   1531wA0  6.0  6.0v  98+ 164     64 ** GRAZE: CA  7.1N; Dist. 63km in az. 212deg. [Lat = 23.46-0.58(E.Long+110.33)]
   Distance of 1531 to Terminator = 1.1"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 Mar 11 12 16 54.8 d    1550DA2  5.6  5.6e  99+ 166      9 276  89S 111  44  88 +4.1 +0.1 +0.1-1.3 .540   -0.6     10 35 56.9   8 33 32 383.91005.6
   R1550 = TX Leonis = 49 Leonis
      1550 is double: AB 5.80 7.90 2.09" 155.9, dT = +2.8sec
      1550 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1550 = TX Leo, 5.66 to 5.75, V, Type EA/DM, Period 2.4450566 days, Phase 46 %
17 Mar 14 10 32  0.1 R    1864 K2  6.7  5.9   97- 159     54 225  56N 319 278 295 +3.4 -4.0 +1.7-2.4 .318  160.1     12 59 33.9 - 2 59 49 390.4 640.0
17 Mar 14 11  1 22.8 d    1869SK2  6.2*    S  97- 159     49 233 -56S 139  92 115 +3.3 -4.0 +1.6-2.5 .324  -21.4     13  1 29.9 - 3 27 41 390.9 658.9
   R1869 = 46 Virginis
      1869 is triple: AB 6.18 8.78 0.64" 182.0, dT = +1.5sec : AC 6.2 13.2 42" 127.3, dT = +127sec
      1869 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1869 = NSV 6053, 8.0 to 11.0, V
17 Mar 14 12 17 46.3 R    1869SK2  6.2*    S  96- 158     33 248  77S 272 214 249 +3.1 -4.0 +1.5-1.0 .362 -158.5     13  1 29.9 - 3 27 41 392.3 740.3
   R1869 = 46 Virginis
      1869 is triple: AB 6.18 8.78 0.64" 182.0, dT = +0.01sec : AC 6.2 13.2 42" 127.3, dT = +95sec
      1869 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1869 = NSV 6053, 8.0 to 11.0, V
17 Mar 16  6 22  6.6 R    2072 K0  6.6  5.9   87- 137     24 114  68S 261 319 242 +2.8 -5.9 +1.4+1.3 .340 -146.1     14 29 27.7 -10  4 49 398.7 791.2
17 Mar 19  9 34  8.2 d    2441 G0  6.6  6.3   61- 103     29 130 -32S 153 200 147 -1.2 -6.1 +0.5-2.1 .253  -44.7     17  0 44.3 -18 16 19 401.3 691.5
17 Mar 19 10 37  6.9 R    2441 G0  6.6  6.3   61- 103     39 144  58S 243 278 237 -1.4 -6.1 +3.3+2.2 .226 -135.6     17  0 44.3 -18 16 19 400.3 615.9
17 Mar 20 11 22  9   M    2571 A9  6.8  6.6   51-  92     38 144  11S 191 226 191 -2.7 -5.5 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     17 52 49.0 -19 31 37 398.8 612.3
17 Mar 21 10 30 29.4 d    2715cM4  6.3* 5.5V  42-  81     21 124 -59N  56 109  61 -3.6 -4.9 +1.9+2.4 .285   41.7     18 43 55.1 -19 15 53 397.7 736.7
      2715 is double: AB 6.7 9.3 0.60"  54.0, dT = +2.1sec
      2715 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      2715 = V3879 Sgr, 6.05 to 6.58, V, Type SRB, Period 50. days
17 Mar 21 11 18 45.4 d    2718 F3  6.7* 6.5   42-  81     30 132 -59N  55 101  60 -3.8 -4.8 +2.5+2.5 .261   41.4     18 45  8.7 -19 17 52 396.7 669.4
17 Mar 21 11 33 30.6 R    2715cM4  6.3* 5.5V  42-  81     33 135  38N 318   1 323 -3.8 -4.8 +1.3-1.5 .251  138.0     18 43 55.1 -19 15 53 396.4 649.4
      2715 is double: AB 6.7 9.3 0.60"  54.0, dT = +0.25sec
      2715 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      2715 = V3879 Sgr, 6.05 to 6.58, V, Type SRB, Period 50. days
17 Mar 21 12 28 56.0 R    2718 F3  6.7* 6.5   42-  80     40 148  41N 315 346 321 -4.0 -4.7 +2.0-1.7 .231  138.2     18 45  8.7 -19 17 52 395.6 594.0
17 Mar 21 12 36  8.7 d    2724cM2  6.3* 5.5v  42-  80 -12 41 150 -61S 115 144 120 -4.1 -4.7 +2.4-0.5 .286  -21.7     18 47  1.2 -19 35  8 395.6 589.9
      2724 is double: ** 6.9 7.3 0.31" 279.0, dT = -1sec
      2724 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1771). Observations are highly desired
      2724 = V4405 Sgr, 6.2 to 6.33, Hp, Type SRB
17 Mar 21 14  9 37.5 r    2724cM2  6.3* 5.5v  41-  80  10 46 179  70S 246 247 252 -4.5 -4.7 +3.0+1.1 .269 -158.6     18 47  1.2 -19 35  8 394.9 553.3
      2724 is double: ** 6.9 7.3 0.31" 279.0, dT = -1sec
      2724 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1771). Observations are highly desired
      2724 = V4405 Sgr, 6.2 to 6.33, Hp, Type SRB
17 Mar 21 16 21 14   m    2733cA1  6.8  6.7s  41-  79  39 37 218   5N 351 314 357 -5.0 -4.7 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     18 50 35.2 -19  7 13 395.3 625.2
      2733 is double: ** 7.2 7.2 0.20"  90.0
      2733 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 455). Observations are highly desired
      2733 = NSV 24603, 6.69 to 6.82, V, Type VAR:
17 Mar 22 11 23 43.4 d    2863 F0  6.1  6.0v  32-  69     22 124 -66S 106 159 117 -4.7 -3.8 +1.2+0.3 .371  -14.7     19 37 25.0 -18 48 46 393.5 732.1
      2863 = V4333 Sgr, 5.48 to 5.6, V, Type DSCT
17 Mar 22 12 45 57.0 R    2863 F0  6.1  6.0v  32-  69  -9 36 140  82S 254 292 265 -4.9 -3.7 +2.4+1.3 .320 -165.7     19 37 25.0 -18 48 46 391.9 628.1
      2863 = V4333 Sgr, 5.48 to 5.6, V, Type DSCT
17 Mar 23 11 55 38   D    2989 G2  6.7  6.4   23-  58     20 121   3S 170 225 185 -5.4 -2.5 +9.9+9.9 .042  -84.1 .01 20 29 56.3 -17 22 35 388.8 765.2
17 Mar 23 11 58 58   Gr   2989 G2  6.7  6.4   23-  57     21 ** GRAZE: CA  8.6S; Dist. 11km in az. 195deg. [Lat = 24.03-0.24(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Mar 23 12  2 50   R    2989 G2  6.7  6.4   23-  57     22 122  14S 182 236 197 -5.4 -2.5 +9.9+9.9 .041  -95.9 .01 20 29 56.3 -17 22 35 388.6 753.4
17 Mar 24 18 18 31.3 r    3152 K2  6.6  6.0   14-  44  62 45 214  27S 189 158 209 -6.9 -0.9 +0.2+3.8 .203 -124.0     21 31 35.2 -14 12 57 379.5 666.3
17 Mar 29 22 46 58   Gr    322cG0  5.6  5.3    5+  25  38 61 ** GRAZE: CA-14.6N; Dist. 80km in az. 162deg. [Lat = 23.38+0.29(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Mar 29 22 47 22   m     322cG0  5.6  5.3    5+  25  37 61 243 -15N 336 281 356 -2.3 +6.0 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      2 12 14.2   8 38 45 358.5 713.0
   R322 = 64 Ceti
17 Mar 31 20 41 30.0 d     608DF3  6.0  5.8s  19+  52  63 58 100  42S 132 201 142 +1.7 +7.0 +3.5-2.6 .200  -62.2      4  8 39.3  15 12 15 359.6 745.8
       608 is double: AB 6.11 8.77 3.70" 222.2, dT = -0.17sec
       608 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       608 = NSV 1466, 6.00 to 6.05, V
17 Mar 31 21 19  3.5 r     608DF3  6.0  5.8s  19+  52  56 66 108 -14S 188 252 198 +1.6 +6.9 +0.1+5.6 .190 -117.7      4  8 39.3  15 12 15 359.2 709.8
       608 is double: AB 6.11 8.77 3.70" 222.2, dT = -16sec
       608 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       608 = NSV 1466, 6.00 to 6.05, V
17 Apr  1  2 39 13.8 D     627 K1  6.6  6.0   21+  54     38 272  23N  17 305  27 +0.8 +6.8 +2.0+4.6 .184   66.7      4 17 46.4  16 15  9 361.5 816.6
17 Apr  1  3  6  7.7 r     627 K1  6.6  6.0   21+  54     32 275 -23N 331 259 341 +0.8 +6.8 +0.1-5.4 .193  113.3      4 17 46.4  16 15  9 362.1 857.9
17 Apr  2 23 18 58.3 d     943 B8  6.6  6.6   41+  80  31 68 100  59S 124 195 121 +4.3 +5.9 +2.8-1.5 .290  -40.0      6 14 33.2  18 40 19 364.4 668.8
17 Apr  3  0 48 35   Gr    947SF6  5.2  5.0   42+  80  10 86 ** GRAZE: CA -4.3N; Dist. 58km in az. 178deg. [Lat = 23.61+0.03(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Apr  3  0 48 38   m     947SF6  5.2* 5.0   42+  80  10 85 173  -4N 358   4 356 +4.0 +5.8 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      6 15 50.9  19  8 48 364.2 631.8
   R947 = 71 Orionis
       947 is quadruple: AB 5.2 11.2 6.8" 185.2 : AC 5.2 12.7 65" 283.9 : AD 5.2 12.0 70" 265.7
       947 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Apr  3  6 27 32.6 D     985SK0  6.8  6.3v  44+  83     15 284  66N  69   0  66 +3.4 +5.9 +0.5-0.1 .491   28.3      6 27 10.1  18 44 33 369.71000.6
       985 is triple: AB     0.3 0.005"  80.0, dT = +0.01sec : AB 6.7 11.5 3.1" 316.4, dT = -2.5sec
       985 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       985 = OU Gem, 6.76, range 0.05, V, Type BY
17 Apr  4  5 19 25.5 D    1114 F2  6.8  6.5   54+  95     42 273  84N  92  18  83 +4.3 +4.8 +1.3-0.8 .435   11.5      7 24  4.2  18 14 13 370.3 797.4
17 Apr  4  6 45 40.3 D    1124SG5  6.9  6.5   55+  96     23 280  77N  85  14  76 +4.2 +4.8 +0.6-0.7 .493   17.6      7 26 53.7  18  6 36 372.3 934.7
      1124 is triple: AB 7.0 11.7 13.5"  58.0, dT = +24sec : AC 7.0 13.3 72"  10.9, dT = +39sec
17 Apr 10  8 22 35.9 D    1821SF0  2.8     s  99+ 169     56 225  42N  80  39  55 +3.9 -3.6 +3.1+0.0 .256   40.5     12 42 32.8 - 1 32 41 390.8 638.6
   R1821 = Porrima = gamma Virginis
      1821 is multiple: AB 3.48 3.53 2.59"   1.6, dT = +2.1sec : AC 3.5 15.1 97" 117.7, dT = +298sec : AD 3.5 12.1 178"  91.0, dT = +683sec : AE 3.5 8.9 261" 167.5, dT = +35sec
      1821 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1821 = NSV 5859, 2.452, range 0.72, 6Ic, Type VAR
   Distance of 1821 to Terminator = 7.5"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.6"
17 Apr 10  8 23 25.6 D X 54027SF0  3.5  3.3s  99+ 169     56 225  42N  79  38  55 +3.9 -3.6 +3.2+0.0 .254   41.0     12 42 33.7 - 1 32 41 390.8 639.1
   X 54027 is multiple: BA 3.5 3.5 2.6" 181.6, dT = -2.2sec : BD 3.5 12.1 188"  97.8, dT = +700sec : BE 3.5 8.9 259" 166.9, dT = +36sec : BF 3.5 9.5 419" 268.0, dT = -1626sec
   X 54027 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
   X 54027 = NSV 5859, 2.452, range 0.72, 6Ic, Type VAR
   Distance of X 54027 to Terminator = 7.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.5"
17 Apr 10  9 30 11.2 R    1821SF0  2.8     s  99+ 170     43 243 -60N 338 283 314 +3.7 -3.6 +1.0-3.3 .278  139.4     12 42 32.8 - 1 32 41 391.8 695.4
   R1821 = Porrima = gamma Virginis
      1821 is multiple: AB 3.48 3.53 2.59"   1.6, dT = -9sec : AC 3.5 15.1 97" 117.7, dT = +268sec : AD 3.5 12.1 178"  91.0, dT = +254sec : AE 3.5 8.9 261" 167.5, dT = +925sec
      1821 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1821 = NSV 5859, 2.452, range 0.72, 6Ic, Type VAR
17 Apr 10  9 30 30.2 R X 54027SF0  3.5  3.3s  99+ 170     43 243 -59N 338 284 314 +3.7 -3.6 +1.0-3.3 .276  138.9     12 42 33.7 - 1 32 41 391.9 695.7
   X 54027 is multiple: BA 3.5 3.5 2.6" 181.6, dT = +9sec : BD 3.5 12.1 188"  97.8, dT = +337sec : BE 3.5 8.9 259" 166.9, dT = +929sec : BF 3.5 9.5 419" 268.0, dT = -514sec
   X 54027 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
   X 54027 = NSV 5859, 2.452, range 0.72, 6Ic, Type VAR
17 Apr 11  4 49 51.7 d    1924cF3  5.8  5.5  100- 176     42 122  44S 156 207 133 +4.0 -4.8 +0.8-2.3 .291  -37.2     13 25 28.0 - 5 15 15 394.3 699.4
   R1924 = 66 Virginis
      1924 is double: AB 5.8      0.016" 250.9, dT = 0.00sec
      1924 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 1924 to Terminator = 0.9"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 Apr 11  6  0 16.2 r    1924cF3  5.8  5.5  100- 176     54 141  34N 264 299 241 +3.8 -4.8 +3.1+0.9 .266 -143.0     13 25 28.0 - 5 15 15 393.6 636.6
   R1924 = 66 Virginis
      1924 is double: AB 5.8      0.016" 250.9, dT = -0.06sec
      1924 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 1924 to Terminator = 0.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 Apr 11 11 36 20   Gr   1941 M3  4.7  3.8s 100- 176     24 ** GRAZE: CA 57.4S; Dist. 60km in az.   6deg. [Lat = 24.67-0.10(E.Long+110.33)]
   Distance of 1941 to Terminator = 1.7"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 Apr 11 11 37  9   m    1941 M3  4.7  3.8s 100- 176     24 251  57S 200 140 178 +2.6 -4.6 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     13 32 52.6 - 6 20 41 396.8 778.9
   R1941 = 74 Virginis
      1941 = NSV 6297, 4.68, range 0.07, V
   Distance of 1941 to Terminator = 1.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 Apr 15  8 13 43.1 d    2399 G8  4.9* 4.3   85- 134     37 139 -59S 124 163 117 -0.7 -6.1 +1.6-0.7 .319  -14.4     16 42 34.8 -17 46 22 401.7 642.3
   R2399 = 24 (Scorpii)/Ophiuchi
17 Apr 15  9 46 55.9 R    2399 G8  4.9* 4.3   85- 134     47 165  90N 273 287 266 -1.0 -6.0 +3.0+0.1 .282 -166.2     16 42 34.8 -17 46 22 400.8 565.3
   R2399 = 24 (Scorpii)/Ophiuchi
17 Apr 18 15 56  5.1 r    2825SB5  6.3  6.3v  58-  99  40 28 229  78S 249 202 258 -6.0 -3.9 +1.4+0.0 .359 -173.1     19 22 37.3 -19 11 57 396.6 695.1
      2825 is triple: AB 6.3 13.0 49" 336.8, dT = -5sec : AC 6.2 10.0 91" 310.3, dT = -121sec
      2825 = V4199 Sgr, 6.22 to 6.28, V, Type SPB, Period 1.23825 days, Phase 69 %
17 Apr 20 10 23 25.6 R    3064 A2  5.9  5.8V  39-  78     19 118  67N 277 334 295 -6.3 -1.5 +1.0+0.6 .398  165.9     20 58 37.6 -15 57 49 389.5 775.0
      3064 = HD 199443, 5.88, , Type ACV, Period 0.2220 days, Phase 51 %
17 Apr 24 13 18 53   m      76 F5  5.9  5.7    5-  27   5 21 100   8S 158 222 182 -5.3 +4.6 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     24 36 24.4 - 0 24 50 365.4 913.7
   R76 = 14 Ceti
17 Apr 24 13 20 59   Gr     76 F5  5.9  5.7    5-  27   6 21 ** GRAZE: CA  8.3S; Dist.162km in az. 348deg. [Lat = 25.63+0.20(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Apr 28 15 46  5.3 D     692SK5  0.9* 0.1v   7+  32  39 10  76  74N  75 142  83 +2.3 +7.0 +0.0+1.1 .625   -0.2 .04  4 36 53.2  16 32 22 359.11089.2
   R692 = Aldebaran = alpha Tauri
       692 is multiple: AB 0.9 13.6 31" 114.1, dT = +38sec : AE 0.9 12.0 37" 321.6, dT = -23sec : AC 0.9 11.3 135"  31.9, dT = +159sec : AF 0.9 13.6 253" 120.4, dT = +282sec
       692 = alf Tau, 0.86 to 0.89, V, Type LB:
17 Apr 28 16 41 53.1 R     692SK5  0.9* 0.1v   8+  32  52 22  81 -72S 253 323 261 +2.4 +6.9 +0.4+1.2 .571 -179.8 .05  4 36 53.2  16 32 22 357.8 990.2
   R692 = Aldebaran = alpha Tauri
       692 is multiple: AB 0.9 13.6 31" 114.1, dT = +41sec : AE 0.9 12.0 37" 321.6, dT = -24sec : AC 0.9 11.3 135"  31.9, dT = +179sec : AF 0.9 13.6 253" 120.4, dT = +300sec
       692 = alf Tau, 0.86 to 0.89, V, Type LB:
17 Apr 29 18 48 44.9 d     871 G8  6.7* 5.8   16+  47  78 37  84  57N  60 133  60 +4.2 +6.2 +0.7+1.7 .472   18.2      5 46 11.0  18 42 28 359.1 864.8
17 Apr 29 22 41  9   m     886cK0  6.8  6.1   17+  48  42 85 180   8S 175 175 175 +3.7 +5.9 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      5 52  4.0  18 33  8 357.2 655.5
17 May  2  3 24 19   gr   1207cK3  5.6  4.9   39+  77     52 268  -4S 197 124 184 +5.7 +3.7 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      8  1 45.8  17 15 31 368.2 749.1
   R1207 = 3 Cancri
      1207 is double: ** 6.0 7.6 0.003" 240.6
17 May  2  3 24 20   Gr   1207cK3  5.6  4.9   39+  77     52 ** GRAZE: CA -4.4S; Dist.  1km in az. 206deg. [Lat = 24.12-0.44(E.Long+110.33)]
17 May  3  1 59 19.9 D    1336cA5  5.2  5.1V  50+  90  -3 80 215  69S 127  94 109 +6.7 +2.2 +2.2-1.9 .334  -16.8      8 58 12.1  15 15 15 371.7 630.0
   R1336 = omicron 1 Cancri
      1336 is double: AB 5.2 5.7       18.0, dT = 0.00sec
      1336 = HD 76543, 5.18, , Type ACV, Period 0.4592 days, Phase  3 %
17 May  3  2  9 32.1 D    1337 F0  5.7  5.6   50+  90  -5 78 225  48N  64  22  46 +6.6 +2.2 +3.5+1.6 .241   46.6      8 58 32.4  15 30 46 371.8 634.0
   R1337 = omicron 2 Cancri
17 May  3  3  9 42.4 r    1337 F0  5.7  5.6   50+  90     66 254 -38N 339 273 321 +6.4 +2.2 +0.9-3.9 .255  133.2      8 58 32.4  15 30 46 372.4 673.2
   R1337 = omicron 2 Cancri
17 May  3  3 24 41.5 r    1336cA5  5.2  5.1V  50+  90     63 256 -79S 275 208 258 +6.4 +2.2 +2.2-0.8 .365 -163.6      8 58 12.1  15 15 15 372.6 686.7
   R1336 = omicron 1 Cancri
      1336 is double: AB 5.2 5.7       18.0, dT = 0.00sec
      1336 = HD 76543, 5.18, , Type ACV, Period 0.4592 days, Phase  3 %
17 May  9  6 18 21.6 D    2008pK0  6.6* 6.0   97+ 162     58 182  84S 128 126 108 +3.6 -5.3 +2.3-1.7 .304   -8.3     14  1  0.3 - 8 14 42 396.6 590.2
   *** A light curve is desired as    2008 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212703886}
      2008 is double: ** 7.4 7.4 0.050" 350.0, dT = -0.12sec
      2008 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1456). Observations are highly desired
17 May  9 11 17  2.6 d    2020pA0  6.5  6.5   98+ 163     10 255  64S 149  85 128 +2.6 -5.2 +0.7-2.9 .320  -43.1     14  7 13.7 - 8 58 24 401.3 854.3
   R2020 = 94 Virginis
   *** A light curve is desired as    2020 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212673769}
      2020 is double: ** 7.4 7.4 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.16sec
      2020 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1457). Observations are highly desired
17 May 11  6 30 43.7 D    2223SK0  3.9  3.4  100- 174     48 154 -17S 131 155 117 +1.5 -6.0 +2.0-1.4 .297  -16.0     15 36 30.7 -14 50 43 400.6 599.9
   R2223 = gamma Librae
      2223 is triple: Aa,Ab 4.0 4.2 0.10" 191.0, dT = +0.17sec : AB 4.0 11.2 43" 157.2, dT = +129sec
      2223 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 May 11  8  6 31.5 R    2223SK0  3.9  3.4  100- 173     51 190  55N 276 267 263 +1.1 -5.9 +3.1-0.4 .281 -164.6     15 36 30.7 -14 50 43 400.5 566.5
   R2223 = gamma Librae
      2223 is triple: Aa,Ab 4.0 4.2 0.10" 191.0, dT = -0.03sec : AB 4.0 11.2 43" 157.2, dT = +74sec
      2223 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 2223 to Terminator = 4.0"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 May 12  6 46 20.8 R    2352pF0  7.0        98- 164     43 147  67N 287 318 278 +0.3 -6.0 +2.3-0.2 .313 -175.6     16 23 54.2 -17  3 26 401.8 611.4
   *** A light curve is desired as    2352 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 205523624}
      2352 is double: AB 7.6 7.8 0.063" 202.9, dT = -0.02sec
      2352 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 May 14 11 41 14.0 d    2629SA2  6.4        89- 141     40 210 -86S  88  59  90 -3.3 -4.8 +2.6-0.5 .300   -1.4     18 12 16.9 -19 50  7 401.0 584.1
      2629 is triple: Aa,Ab 6.60 9.60 0.10"  28.0, dT = +0.17sec : AB 7.01 7.13 1.40" 186.8, dT = -0.7sec
      2629 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 May 14 13 12 55.1 r    2629SA2  6.4        89- 141   6 26 231  87S 261 213 264 -3.7 -4.9 +1.6-0.5 .352 -178.1     18 12 16.9 -19 50  7 402.2 686.6
      2629 is triple: Aa,Ab 6.60 9.60 0.10"  28.0, dT = +0.17sec : AB 7.01 7.13 1.40" 186.8, dT = -1.1sec
      2629 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 May 15  6 50 32.0 r  161947 K2  7.0  6.2   83- 131     18 123  86S 257 312 264 -3.3 -4.2 +1.4+1.3 .364 -160.5     18 54 50.3 -19 46 21 401.7 753.4
17 May 16 10 44 47.5 d    2902cK0  5.9  5.4   74- 119     45 162 -35S 133 150 145 -5.3 -2.9 +3.2-2.3 .184  -51.2     19 53 12.3 -18 59 52 396.1 563.6
   R2902 = 57 Sagittarii
      2902 is double: ** 6.8 6.8 0.050" 350.0, dT = -0.22sec
      2902 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1587). Observations are highly desired
17 May 16 11 46 51.5 R    2902cK0  5.9  5.4   74- 119 -11 47 183  39S 207 203 219 -5.6 -2.9 +2.1+3.4 .182 -128.7     19 53 12.3 -18 59 52 395.8 559.7
   R2902 = 57 Sagittarii
      2902 is double: ** 6.8 6.8 0.050" 350.0, dT = +0.22sec
      2902 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1587). Observations are highly desired
17 May 17  9 52  4   R    3022 K0  7.0  6.3   66- 108     35 135  24S 188 231 205 -6.0 -1.6 +2.6+7.9 .099 -107.2 .01 20 42 17.7 -17 18 52 393.3 640.7
17 May 19 11 41  2.4 d    3295kA3  7.0  6.8   45-  84     41 132 -16S 143 186 166 -7.5 +1.3 +3.7-5.2 .101  -73.6     22 27 36.1 -11  8 23 382.2 665.3
   R3295 = 54 Aquarii
   *** A light curve is desired as    3295 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 206133310}
17 May 19 11 51 47   Gr   3295kA3  7.0  6.8   45-  84 -11 44 ** GRAZE: CA -0.1S; Dist. 92km in az. 162deg. [Lat = 23.26+0.30(E.Long+110.33)]
17 May 19 12  5 16   R    3295kA3  7.0  6.8   45-  84  -7 45 138  16S 174 212 197 -7.6 +1.3 +0.0+8.2 .098 -106.4     22 27 36.1 -11  8 23 381.8 646.4
   R3295 = 54 Aquarii
   *** A light curve is desired as    3295 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 206133310}
17 May 19 14 32 34.8 d    3307DA0  4.8  4.8   44-  83  24 55 193 -52S 106  94 129 -8.1 +1.2 +3.6-1.2 .242  -44.5     22 31 33.0 -10 35 20 380.5 625.8
   R3307 = sigma Aquarii
      3307 is double: AB 4.8 8.5 3.7"  10.0, dT = -1.6sec
      3307 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 May 19 15 36 39.9 R    3307DA0  4.8  4.8   44-  83  39 49 216  38S 196 163 220 -8.3 +1.2 +0.7+3.0 .255 -135.2     22 31 33.0 -10 35 20 380.7 663.5
   R3307 = sigma Aquarii
      3307 is double: AB 4.8 8.5 3.7"  10.0, dT = +14sec
      3307 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 May 20 10 44 11.7 d    3422 F0  6.7  6.5   35-  72     23 110 -74S  82 142 106 -7.3 +2.8 +1.1+1.1 .435  -11.7     23 17 52.2 - 7  4  0 378.1 815.4
17 May 20 11 57 45.8 R    3422 F0  6.7  6.5   34-  72  -9 39 122  79S 235 287 260 -7.5 +2.8 +1.6+1.9 .387 -168.5     23 17 52.2 - 7  4  0 376.4 720.6
17 May 21 10 51 50   Gr     12 B8  6.4  6.5s  25-  60     17 ** GRAZE: CA -4.3N; Dist.148km in az. 353deg. [Lat = 25.47+0.12(E.Long+110.33)]
17 May 21 11  0 57.6 R      12 B8  6.4  6.5s  25-  60     19 102  16N 319  22 344 -6.9 +4.2 +1.2-2.7 .166  109.7     24  8 36.3 - 2 27 15 372.4 890.9
   R12 = 4 (Ceti)/Piscium
        12 = NSV 15027, 6.43, range 0.03, V, Type ACV, Period 0.7584 days, Phase 56 %
17 May 21 11  7 57   m      13cK2  6.2  5.5v  25-  60     20 102  -4N 338  41   3 -6.9 +4.2 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     24  9  4.2 - 2 21 11 372.2 881.1
   R13 = 5 (Ceti)/Piscium
        13 is double: ** 6.5 8.5 0.002" 350.0
        13 = AP Psc, 6.1 to 6.3, V, Type SR, Period 48.34 days, Phase 51 %
17 May 21 11 19  4.8 d  128618 K2  6.8  6.0   25-  59     23 104 -85N  60 123  85 -6.9 +4.2 +0.8+1.7 .476    7.8     24 10 47.1 - 2 28  1 371.9 866.5
17 May 21 12 29 41.1 R  128618 K2  6.8  6.0   24-  59  -2 38 114  82N 252 309 277 -7.0 +4.2 +1.5+1.3 .425  172.1     24 10 47.1 - 2 28  1 370.1 770.0
17 May 22 20 48  0.2 d     192 A3  5.1  5.1   13-  43  69 26 262  -7S 147  82 170 -7.0 +5.2 +9.9+9.9 .102  -78.1      1 18 40.3   3 42  9 363.5 878.8
   R192 = 89 Piscium
17 May 22 20 54 56   Gr    192 A3  5.1  5.1   13-  43  67 25 ** GRAZE: CA  5.2S; Dist. 38km in az. 174deg. [Lat = 23.79+0.09(E.Long+110.33)]
17 May 22 21  1 56.4 r     192 A3  5.1  5.1   13-  42  66 23 263  17S 171 106 194 -7.0 +5.2 +0.0+9.7 .105 -101.9      1 18 40.3   3 42  9 363.8 899.9
   R192 = 89 Piscium
17 May 23 15 15 43   Gr    303cK0  6.4  5.9    7-  31  34 56 ** GRAZE: CA  0.2N; Dist.127km in az. 148deg. [Lat = 22.78+0.58(E.Long+110.33)]
17 May 23 15 17 44   m     303cK0  6.4  5.9    7-  31  35 56 113   0N 332  30 352 -4.6 +6.3 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      2  5 44.4   7 48 53 357.4 758.2
       303 is double: ** 7.2 7.4 0.40" 115.0
       303 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1174). Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 303 to Terminator = 1.5"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 May 23 19 38  7   Gr    322cG0  5.6  5.3    6-  29  85 56 ** GRAZE: CA -4.6N; Dist.126km in az. 165deg. [Lat = 22.96+0.24(E.Long+110.33)]
17 May 23 19 38 35   m     322cG0  5.6  5.3    6-  29  84 55 250  -5N 337 277 357 -5.2 +6.1 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      2 12 14.6   8 38 49 356.7 738.3
   R322 = 64 Ceti
17 May 27  2 27 16.8 D     832 M2  4.3  3.2v   2+  18  -6  9 286  43N  55 348  58 +1.2 +6.2 +0.4+0.3 .499   36.8 .03  5 33 12.0  18 36 10 357.31080.4
   R832 = 119 Tauri (CE)
       832 = CE Tau, 4.23 to 4.54, V, Type SRC, Period 165. days
17 May 27  2 54 19.7 D     836 B2  5.7  5.7v   3+  18 -11  4 289  54N  66 360  68 +1.2 +6.2 +0.1+0.0 .582   26.5      5 34 30.9  18 32 54 357.91128.3
   R836 = 120 Tauri
       836 = V0960 Tau, 5.53 to 5.69, V, Type GCAS, Period 1.03747 days, Phase 57 %
17 May 27 15 37 14.3 d     947SF6  5.2* 5.0    6+  27  39 12  74  28N  38 107  36 +4.2 +5.7 -0.4+2.2 .448   43.0      6 15 50.3  19  8 48 358.31064.8
   R947 = 71 Orionis
       947 is quadruple: AB 5.2 11.2 6.8" 185.2, dT = -13sec : AC 5.2 12.7 65" 283.9, dT = -59sec : AD 5.2 12.0 70" 265.7, dT = -106sec
       947 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 May 27 16 18 39.8 r     947SF6  5.2* 5.0    6+  28  49 22  78 -66N 304  15 301 +4.2 +5.6 +0.9-0.4 .418  137.0      6 15 50.3  19  8 48 357.4 989.6
   R947 = 71 Orionis
       947 is quadruple: AB 5.2 11.2 6.8" 185.2, dT = +8sec : AC 5.2 12.7 65" 283.9, dT = -146sec : AD 5.2 12.0 70" 265.7, dT = -132sec
       947 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 May 29 18 25 12.1 d    1262pF6  6.1  5.9   22+  56  77 22  80  83N  98 169  83 +7.3 +2.8 +0.6+0.5 .519   -5.1      8 26 47.4  16 59 14 366.6 926.1
   R1262 = 25 Cancri
   *** A light curve is desired as    1262 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211780967}
      1262 is triple: **Aa,Ab 8.0 8.0 0.10" 350.0, dT = -0.06sec : AB 6.1 14.1 693" 302.0, dT = -1222sec
      1262 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 199). Observations are highly desired
17 May 30 20 14 47.4 d    1396 K2  6.8  6.1s  33+  70  77 33  88  65N  84 154  64 +8.0 +1.0 +1.0+1.1 .433   16.9      9 27 52.7  14 13 36 371.7 815.4
      1396 = NSV 4490, 7.7 to 8.2, pg
17 May 31  5  6 50.7 D    1427 F8  7.0  6.7   35+  73     23 274  69N  88  19  68 +6.7 +1.0 +0.7-0.8 .467   23.4      9 41 30.8  12 58 25 374.8 925.0
17 May 31 22 15 41.4 d    1522 K0  6.8  6.2   44+  83  49 47 101  67N  89 155  66 +8.1 -0.6 +1.8+0.8 .364   20.7     10 25 13.9  10 29 58 377.0 711.7
17 Jun  1  1 59 51   Gr   1531wA0  6.0  6.0v  45+  85   1 70 ** GRAZE: CA -6.5S; Dist.201km in az.  31deg. [Lat = 26.26-0.56(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Jun  1  2  3 24   m    1531wA0  6.0  6.0v  45+  85  -1 71 223  -7S 208 169 185 +7.4 -0.6 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     10 28 33.3   9 40 24 376.5 643.7
   R1531 = 45 Leonis (CX)
      1531 is double: AB 6.0 12.4 34" 120.4
      1531 = CX Leo, 6.01 to 6.03, V, Type ACV, Period 3.0525 days, Phase 47 %
17 Jun  1  4 52  7.6 D    1547cB1  3.8  3.9v  46+  86     36 264  59S 142  75 119 +6.9 -0.5 +0.6-2.4 .391  -26.9     10 33 42.8   9 13  0 379.4 807.4
   R1547 = rho Leonis
      1547 is double: AB 3.8 4.8      101.5, dT = -0.02sec
      1547 = rho Leo, 3.83 to 3.9, V, Type ACYG, Period 3.4271 days, Phase 70 %
17 Jun  1  5 52 11.2 R    1547cB1  3.8  3.9v  46+  86     23 270 -65S 266 199 243 +6.8 -0.5 +0.8-0.7 .434 -153.1     10 33 42.8   9 13  0 381.0 899.9
   R1547 = rho Leonis
      1547 is double: AB 3.8 4.8      101.5, dT = -0.03sec
      1547 = rho Leo, 3.83 to 3.9, V, Type ACYG, Period 3.4271 days, Phase 70 %
17 Jun  2  3  0 16.4 D    1644 B9  4.1  4.1   56+  97 -12 67 221  33N  56  19  31 +7.2 -2.0 +5.2+3.1 .144   65.2     11 22  1.6   5 56  3 382.5 636.3
   R1644 = Shang Tseang = sigma Leo
17 Jun  2  3 16  6   Gr   1644 B9  4.1  4.1   56+  97     63 ** GRAZE: CA  7.4N; Dist.181km in az.  35deg. [Lat = 26.11-0.63(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Jun  2  3 38  5.9 R    1644 B9  4.1  4.1   56+  97     60 236 -17N   6 316 341 +7.0 -2.0 -0.8-6.2 .149  114.7     11 22  1.6   5 56  3 383.0 660.2
   R1644 = Shang Tseang = sigma Leo
17 Jun  3  2 52  6.8 D    1749wK3  6.0  5.4   66+ 109 -10 68 185  31N  55  51  30 +6.8 -3.3 +6.0+4.2 .123   67.7 .01 12 10 34.7   1 48  3 387.5 610.0
   R1749 = 10 Virginis
      1749 is double: AB 5.9 13.4 40" 101.0, dT = +222sec
17 Jun  3  3  7 42   Gr   1749wK3  6.0  5.4   66+ 109     66 ** GRAZE: CA  8.0N; Dist.141km in az.  35deg. [Lat = 25.69-0.65(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Jun  3  3 27 53.8 r    1749wK3  6.0  5.4   66+ 109     65 207 -14N  10 346 345 +6.7 -3.3 -1.3-7.1 .124  112.2 .01 12 10 34.7   1 48  3 387.7 617.3
   R1749 = 10 Virginis
      1749 is double: AB 5.9 13.4 40" 101.0, dT = +5sec
17 Jun  4  4 34 14.2 D    1864 K2  6.7  5.9   76+ 121     59 212  61S 144 115 120 +5.8 -4.3 +1.7-2.6 .296  -22.5     12 59 34.0 - 2 59 48 392.4 611.0
17 Jun  4  5 57 26.6 r    1864 K2  6.7  5.9   76+ 121     45 238 -71S 275 224 252 +5.5 -4.3 +2.2-1.0 .323 -157.6     12 59 34.0 - 2 59 48 393.6 667.4
17 Jun  4  7  1 37   m    1869SK2  6.2*    S  76+ 122     32 249   0S 204 145 181 +5.3 -4.3 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     13  1 30.0 - 3 27 40 394.9 737.0
   R1869 = 46 Virginis
      1869 is triple: AB 6.18 8.78 0.64" 182.0 : AC 6.2 13.2 42" 127.3
      1869 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1869 = NSV 6053, 8.0 to 11.0, V
   Distance of 1869 to Terminator = 0.0"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 Jun  9  8 52 37   Gr   2448cK1  6.3  5.6  100+ 175     41 ** GRAZE: CA 60.5S; Dist.  7km in az. 357deg. [Lat = 24.20+0.05(E.Long+110.33)]
   Distance of 2448 to Terminator = 2.5"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 Jun  9  8 52 40   gr   2448cK1  6.3  5.6  100+ 175     41 212  60S 187 156 181 -0.6 -5.6 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     17  2 53.3 -18 54 28 402.2 582.6
   R2448 = 29 Ophiuchi
      2448 is double: ** 7.2 7.2 0.10" 270.0
      2448 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc  40). Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 2448 to Terminator = 2.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 Jun 11  6 44 57.2 R    2710 A8  6.7  6.5   97- 160     37 144  87N 261 295 266 -2.3 -4.2 +2.6+1.0 .302 -164.8     18 40 56.4 -20  3  7 400.7 608.4
17 Jun 13 10  9 29.8 d    2987SF3  4.9        87- 137     48 175 -87S  78  83  93 -5.3 -1.8 +2.9+0.6 .296   -3.1     20 29 51.4 -17 45 10 394.8 567.1
   R2987 = rho Capricorni
      2987 is quadruple: AB 4.97 6.88 1.82" 188.2, dT = -2.1sec : AC 5.0 13.3 56" 151.0, dT = +55sec : AD 5.0 6.7 260" 150.0, dT = +268sec
      2987 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Jun 13 11 48 17.3 R    2990SK0  6.6  6.0   87- 137 -10 43 208  66S 230 203 246 -5.7 -1.8 +1.9+1.2 .299 -159.8     20 30  0.6 -17 48 54 395.0 610.2
      2990 is triple: DE 6.7 10.6 53"  93.9, dT = +129sec : DA 6.7 5.0 260" 330.0, dT = +148sec
17 Jun 13 11 48 34.8 R X174647S    6.8  6.5   87- 137 -10 43 208  82S 247 219 262 -5.7 -1.8 +2.3+0.5 .318 -176.2     20 29 51.4 -17 45 11 395.0 610.4
   X174647 is triple: BA 6.9 5.0 1.8"   8.2, dT = +3sec : BC 6.9 13.3 56" 150.0, dT = +20sec
   X174647 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Jun 13 11 48 35.8 R    2987SF3  4.9        87- 137 -10 43 208  82S 247 219 262 -5.7 -1.8 +2.3+0.5 .318 -176.3     20 29 51.4 -17 45 10 395.0 610.4
   R2987 = rho Capricorni
      2987 is quadruple: AB 4.97 6.88 1.82" 188.2, dT = -3sec : AC 5.0 13.3 56" 151.0, dT = +17sec : AD 5.0 6.7 260" 150.0, dT = +95sec
      2987 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Jun 15 14 23 28.9 r    3262pG5  6.9  6.5   70- 113  23 40 229  85S 245 200 267 -7.7 +1.0 +1.7+0.4 .371  177.6     22 14 22.0 -11 50 18 387.1 697.8
   R3262 = 40 Aquarii
   *** A light curve is desired as    3262 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 206106840}
      3262 is double: ** 7.6 8.2 0.004"  75.0, dT = +0.01sec
17 Jun 16 10  5 55.7 d    3375 F2  6.8  6.6   61- 103     40 126 -37S 121 169 145 -7.1 +2.5 +2.6-1.0 .220  -53.5     23  1 14.1 - 8 47 11 383.1 687.7
17 Jun 16 10 55 59.8 R    3375 F2  6.8  6.6   61- 102     48 138  33S 191 229 215 -7.3 +2.5 +1.0+4.2 .207 -126.5     23  1 14.1 - 8 47 11 382.2 646.4
17 Jun 16 14 57 33   d    3388SF2  5.5        60- 101  30 45 229  -7N 345 301   9 -8.1 +2.4 -2.8+9.6 .093   75.6     23  6  3.9 - 7 35 57 381.6 695.0
   R3388 = 83 Aquarii
      3388 is triple: AB 6.20 6.34 0.19" 123.0, dT = -1.5sec : AB,C 5.5 7.2 257" 149.1, dT = -2662sec
      3388 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Jun 16 15  7 51   Gr   3388SF2  5.5        60- 101  32 43 ** GRAZE: CA  6.7N; Dist. 54km in az. 332deg. [Lat = 24.69+0.48(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Jun 16 15 17 28   r    3388SF2  5.5        59- 101  34 42 234  21N 317 269 341 -8.1 +2.4 +5.7-8.3 .096  104.4     23  6  3.9 - 7 35 57 381.8 715.5
   R3388 = 83 Aquarii
      3388 is triple: AB 6.20 6.34 0.19" 123.0, dT = +1.9sec : AB,C 5.5 7.2 257" 149.1, dT = +2624sec
      3388 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Jun 16 15 52  8.8 r    3391 A0  6.7  6.7   59- 101  42 35 241  74S 232 178 256 -8.2 +2.4 +1.1+0.8 .401 -169.4     23  6 46.5 - 7 50 32 382.3 756.1
   R3391 = 85 Aquarii
17 Jun 17 16  3 47.6 d    3526cG9  4.9  4.4S  49-  88  45 45 238 -51S 105  55 130 -8.2 +3.8 +2.6-1.7 .282  -44.5     23 59 33.3 - 3 27 36 376.0 722.0
   R3526 = 27 Piscium
      3526 is double: AB 4.9 8.9 0.9" 330.2, dT = -2.2sec
      3526 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      3526 = NSV 14785, 9.0 to 11.5, V
17 Jun 17 16 59 43.4 R    3526cG9  4.9  4.4S  48-  88  57 33 248  42S 199 140 223 -8.3 +3.7 +0.5+2.5 .307 -135.5     23 59 33.3 - 3 27 36 376.8 787.3
   R3526 = 27 Piscium
      3526 is double: AB 4.9 8.9 0.9" 330.2, dT = +1.9sec
      3526 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      3526 = NSV 14785, 9.0 to 11.5, V
17 Jun 17 18  5 11.3 d    3535 B7  5.1  5.2   48-  88  72 20 257 -81S  76  13 100 -8.4 +3.7 +0.7-0.3 .472   -9.7     24  2 42.4 - 2 55 53 377.8 877.5
   R3535 = 29 Piscium
17 Jun 18  8 48 45.8 R      83wK2  6.6  6.0   40-  78      8  94  72S 228 294 253 -6.7 +5.2 +0.2+1.8 .500 -158.9     24 38 57.3 - 0 24 33 375.7 976.1
   R83 = 15 Ceti
        83 is double: AB 6.7 13.5 25.9" 311.6, dT = -6sec
17 Jun 19 14  4 24.8 d     249 K3  4.5  3.7   27-  63  18 65 136 -74N  50  90  72 -6.3 +6.1 +1.8+1.9 .386    9.6      1 42 19.4   5 34 22 364.1 691.7
   R249 = nu Piscium
17 Jun 19 15 28 50.8 R     249 K3  4.5  3.7   27-  63  37 71 194  87N 249 237 271 -6.5 +6.0 +2.4+0.9 .375  170.8 .01  1 42 19.4   5 34 22 363.5 669.5
   R249 = nu Piscium
17 Jun 20 10 45 52.9 R  110566 A5  7.0  6.8   19-  51     15  87  80N 258 325 276 -4.6 +6.9 +0.3+1.1 .564  170.5      2 30 29.8   9  4 50 364.01008.7
17 Jun 20 18 18 24   Gr    401cA2  6.3  6.3s  17-  48  75 56 ** GRAZE: CA -1.1N; Dist. 49km in az. 348deg. [Lat = 24.58+0.19(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Jun 20 18 27 22.0 r     401cA2  6.3  6.3s  17-  48  77 54 254  12N 326 262 344 -5.4 +6.5 +3.6-9.8 .100  103.8      2 43 24.0  10 48 44 359.0 731.2
   R401 = 85 (Ceti)/Arietis
       401 is double: AB 6.3 6.5      247.0, dT = 0.00sec
       401 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       401 = NSV 899, 6.28 to 6.34, V
17 Jun 20 18 27 28.1 r     398cK0  6.5  5.9   17-  48  77 54 254  61N 277 213 295 -5.4 +6.5 +2.1-1.0 .374  152.7      2 42 55.1  10 36 55 359.0 731.8
       398 is double: ** 6.9 8.5 0.006" 298.5, dT = -0.01sec
17 Jun 21 11 22 14.9 D     508cK0  4.1  3.6   10-  37     12  81 -21S 137 205 151 -2.9 +7.2 +1.0-1.7 .241  -66.6 .01  3 31 48.7  12 59 32 360.21063.3
   R508 = 5 Tauri
       508 is double: AB 4.5 6.5 0.004"  54.5, dT = 0.00sec
17 Jun 21 11 31  1   Gr    508cK0  4.1  3.6   10-  37     13 ** GRAZE: CA  1.8S; Dist.182km in az. 160deg. [Lat = 22.38+0.34(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Jun 21 11 44  7.4 R     508cK0  4.1  3.6   10-  37 -11 17  83  25S 183 252 197 -2.9 +7.2 -0.9+4.2 .233 -113.4 .01  3 31 48.7  12 59 32 359.61025.4
   R508 = 5 Tauri
       508 is double: AB 4.5 6.5 0.004"  54.5, dT = +0.01sec
17 Jun 21 16 42 44.9 r     526 G5  6.7  6.2    9-  35  53 79 156  55S 214 237 228 -3.2 +6.8 +1.6+2.7 .333 -146.4      3 40 13.8  13 56 37 354.5 686.8
17 Jun 22 11 36 35.4 R     677WA6  4.8  4.7S   4-  23      4  74  90S 248 314 256 -0.9 +7.0 -0.2+1.1 .655 -173.4      4 31 31.9  16 13 39 358.41145.4
       677 is double: AB 4.8 6.5 254" 130.0, dT = +182sec
       677 = NSV 1627, 4.78, , Type DSCT:
17 Jun 22 11 38 56.3 R     680SF5  6.5  6.3    4-  23 -12  4  74  78S 236 302 244 -0.9 +7.0 -0.3+1.4 .622 -161.2      4 31 45.0  16 10 56 358.31141.5
       680 is double: AB 6.9 7.9 0.30" 297.0, dT = -0.23sec
       680 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Jun 22 12 51 26.5 D     692SK5  0.9* 0.1v   4-  22   3 19  80 -66S  92 162 100 -0.8 +6.9 +0.4+0.7 .559  -18.8 .05  4 36 53.6  16 32 24 356.61021.5
   R692 = Aldebaran = alpha Tauri
       692 is multiple: AB 0.9 13.6 31" 114.1, dT = +51sec : AE 0.9 12.0 37" 321.6, dT = -43sec : AC 0.9 11.3 135"  31.9, dT = +121sec : AF 0.9 13.6 253" 120.4, dT = +397sec
       692 = alf Tau, 0.86 to 0.89, V, Type LB:
17 Jun 22 13 47 37.8 R     692SK5  0.9* 0.1v   4-  22  14 32  85  75S 233 305 241 -0.8 +6.8 +0.4+1.8 .509 -161.2 .05  4 36 53.6  16 32 24 355.3 925.9
   R692 = Aldebaran = alpha Tauri
       692 is multiple: AB 0.9 13.6 31" 114.1, dT = +30sec : AE 0.9 12.0 37" 321.6, dT = -2sec : AC 0.9 11.3 135"  31.9, dT = +248sec : AF 0.9 13.6 253" 120.4, dT = +192sec
       692 = alf Tau, 0.86 to 0.89, V, Type LB:
17 Jun 26  1 36 44.7 d    1236SG0  5.1         5+  27   7 29 277  39N  56 344  42 +4.4 +3.1 +1.4+0.6 .338   50.4      8 13 10.9  17 35 36 361.0 928.4
   R1236 = Tegmine = zeta Cancri
      1236 is multiple: AB 5.30 6.25 1.13"  11.9, dT = +2.4sec : AB,C 4.9 5.8 5.9"  65.1, dT = +17sec : AC 5.3 5.8 7.3"  61.1, dT = +21sec : AB,D 4.9 8.9 275" 107.0, dT = +514sec
      1236 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Jun 26  1 36 45.4 d X108006M    6.2  5.9    5+  27   7 29 277  39N  56 344  42 +4.4 +3.1 +1.4+0.6 .338   50.4      8 13 10.9  17 35 36 361.0 928.4
   X108006 is triple: BA 6.3 5.3 1.1" 191.9, dT = -2.4sec : BC 6.3 5.8 6.4"  67.3, dT = +19sec
   X108006 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Jun 26  1 37  5.7 d   97646SG0  6.2         5+  27   7 29 277  38N  56 344  42 +4.4 +3.1 +1.5+0.7 .335   50.9      8 13 11.3  17 35 40 361.0 929.0
     97646 is multiple: Ca,Cb 6.2 7.1 0.35" 295.9, dT = -0.5sec : C,AB 5.8 4.9 5.9" 245.1, dT = -17sec : CB 5.8 6.3 6.4" 247.3, dT = -19sec : CA 5.8 5.3 7.3" 241.1, dT = -22sec
     97646 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Jun 26  2 15 21.2 r   97646SG0  6.2         6+  27  -1 21 281 -41N 337 266 323 +4.4 +3.1 -0.4-2.9 .357  129.1      8 13 11.3  17 35 40 362.0 995.0
     97646 is multiple: Ca,Cb 6.2 7.1 0.35" 295.9, dT = -0.7sec : C,AB 5.8 4.9 5.9" 245.1, dT = +0.5sec : CB 5.8 6.3 6.4" 247.3, dT = -0.15sec : CA 5.8 5.3 7.3" 241.1, dT = +2sec
     97646 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Jun 26  2 15 24.0 R    1236SG0  5.1         6+  27  -1 21 281 -41N 336 266 322 +4.4 +3.1 -0.4-2.9 .361  129.6      8 13 10.9  17 35 36 362.0 995.1
   R1236 = Tegmine = zeta Cancri
      1236 is multiple: AB 5.30 6.25 1.13"  11.9, dT = -2.5sec : AB,C 4.9 5.8 5.9"  65.1, dT = -0.35sec : AC 5.3 5.8 7.3"  61.1, dT = -1.8sec : AB,D 4.9 8.9 275" 107.0, dT = +496sec
      1236 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Jun 26  2 15 25.7 r X108006M    6.2  5.9    6+  27  -1 21 281 -41N 336 266 322 +4.4 +3.1 -0.4-2.9 .361  129.6      8 13 10.9  17 35 36 362.0 995.1
   X108006 is triple: BA 6.3 5.3 1.1" 191.9, dT = +2.5sec : BC 6.3 5.8 6.4"  67.3, dT = +0.31sec
   X108006 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Jun 26 17 23 39   m    1337 F0  5.7  5.6   10+  37  62 25  83  11S 186 257 169 +6.9 +1.6 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      8 58 31.9  15 30 48 364.7 901.3
   R1337 = omicron 2 Cancri
17 Jun 27  1 33 45.3 d    1371SG9  6.5  6.1   12+  40   7 42 269  65N  83  12  65 +5.7 +1.5 +1.5-0.5 .411   28.5      9 13 13.1  14 55 30 364.9 827.1
   R1371 = 81 Cancri
      1371 is multiple: Aa,Ab 7.2 7.2 0.058"  74.4, dT = +0.14sec : AE 6.6 17.0 43" 262.0, dT = -105sec : AB 6.6 14.2 101" 116.8, dT = +205sec : AC 6.6 10.4 202" 213.8, dT = -319sec
      1371 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Jun 27  2 32 30.3 r    1371SG9  6.5  6.1   12+  41  -5 29 274 -60N 319 249 300 +5.7 +1.5 +0.2-2.2 .454  151.5      9 13 13.1  14 55 30 366.4 918.0
   R1371 = 81 Cancri
      1371 is multiple: Aa,Ab 7.2 7.2 0.058"  74.4, dT = +0.05sec : AE 6.6 17.0 43" 262.0, dT = -51sec : AB 6.6 14.2 101" 116.8, dT = +205sec : AC 6.6 10.4 202" 213.8, dT = +118sec
      1371 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Jun 27  3 23 11   M    1375 K1  5.4  4.7   12+  41     18 279   1N  20 310   1 +5.7 +1.5 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      9 16 10.0  14 52  7 367.7 998.7
   R1375 = pi Cancri
   Distance of 1375 to Terminator = 10.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 Jun 27 18 29 19.7 d    1466cB9  5.3  5.3   19+  51  77 26  88  81S 119 188  98 +7.8 -0.1 +0.9-0.3 .461  -16.7      9 59  8.2  12 21 42 370.5 865.7
   R1466 = nu Leonis
      1466 is double: ** 6.0 6.0 0.050" 350.0, dT = -0.07sec
      1466 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1407). Observations are highly desired
17 Jun 27 19 38  1.1 r    1466cB9  5.3  5.3   19+  51  86 42  95 -68S 268 337 247 +7.7 -0.2 +1.5+0.9 .408 -163.1      9 59  8.2  12 21 42 369.3 764.4
   R1466 = nu Leonis
      1466 is double: ** 6.0 6.0 0.050" 350.0, dT = -0.02sec
      1466 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1407). Observations are highly desired
17 Jun 29  3 27 57.0 D    1609SF2  4.6  4.5   30+  67     37 261  54N  76  11  52 +6.9 -1.7 +1.7-0.3 .332   40.6     11  5 54.0   7 14 33 377.9 801.4
   R1609 = chi Leonis
      1609 is quadruple: AB 4.7 11.0 4.9" 267.9, dT = -14sec : AC 4.7 10.6 253" 310.3, dT = -444sec : AD 4.7 11.7 289" 297.7, dT = -648sec
      1609 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Jun 29  4 21  3.1 R    1609SF2  4.6  4.5   31+  67     25 267 -47N 335 268 311 +6.8 -1.6 +0.2-2.8 .364  139.4     11  5 54.0   7 14 33 379.3 880.6
   R1609 = chi Leonis
      1609 is quadruple: AB 4.7 11.0 4.9" 267.9, dT = -5sec : AC 4.7 10.6 253" 310.3, dT = -633sec : AD 4.7 11.7 289" 297.7, dT = -632sec
      1609 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Jul  1  4 22 42   D    1825 G8  5.9  5.5   51+  91     41 245   8S 195 139 171 +6.3 -4.2 +9.9+9.9 .079  -77.8 .01 12 44 31.5 - 1 40 17 389.3 706.4
17 Jul  1  4 31 31   Gr   1825 G8  5.9  5.5   51+  91     39 ** GRAZE: CA -3.5S; Dist. 51km in az. 203deg. [Lat = 23.63-0.39(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Jul  1  4 39  2   r    1825 G8  5.9  5.5   51+  91     37 248 -15S 218 160 194 +6.3 -4.2 +4.4+6.3 .081 -102.2 .01 12 44 31.5 - 1 40 17 389.6 725.7
17 Jul  3  2 18 56.2 D    2043cK0  6.5  5.8   70+ 114  -2 56 164  53N  74  89  54 +5.2 -5.8 +4.0+1.3 .213   46.4     14 17 44.6 - 8 57 48 396.0 593.0
      2043 is double: ** 7.4 7.4 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.45sec
      2043 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc  16). Observations are highly desired
17 Jul  3  2 48 26.7 D    2047 K0  6.6  6.0   70+ 114  -8 57 177  67N  88  91  69 +5.1 -5.8 +3.4+0.1 .259   31.7     14 18 18.6 - 9  6  5 396.0 584.5
17 Jul  3  3 27 44.4 r    2043cK0  6.5  5.8   70+ 114     56 195 -35N 346 332 326 +4.9 -5.8 +1.1-3.8 .208  133.3     14 17 44.6 - 8 57 48 396.2 583.0
      2043 is double: ** 7.4 7.4 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.12sec
      2043 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc  16). Observations are highly desired
17 Jul  3  4 13 56.3 r    2047 K0  6.6  6.0   70+ 114     52 213 -52N 329 299 309 +4.8 -5.7 +1.8-2.9 .262  147.9     14 18 18.6 - 9  6  5 396.5 595.1
17 Jul  5  7 10 28.1 D    2280wM1  6.5  5.6s  87+ 137     33 229  45S 151 105 140 +1.9 -6.0 +2.1-3.7 .211  -50.0 .01 15 58  5.3 -16  4 56 402.1 640.2
      2280 is double: AB 6.6 13.7 36" 238.6, dT = +9sec
      2280 = NSV 7351, 6.59, range 0.05, V
17 Jul  6  2 57 52.7 D    2399 G8  4.9* 4.3   92+ 147 -10 38 140  89N 104 142  96 +1.8 -5.9 +2.1+0.1 .325    6.6     16 42 35.9 -17 46 21 402.0 637.8
   R2399 = 24 (Scorpii)/Ophiuchi
17 Jul  6  4 34 45.7 r    2399 G8  4.9* 4.3   92+ 147     48 169 -79N 295 306 288 +1.3 -5.8 +2.7-0.9 .287  172.7     16 42 35.9 -17 46 21 401.2 563.3
   R2399 = 24 (Scorpii)/Ophiuchi
17 Jul 12  7 15 23.5 d    3206 F3  5.1  4.9s  91- 144     36 130 -70N  52  98  73 -5.2 +0.8 +1.9+2.1 .327   21.8     21 54 15.4 -13 28  0 390.2 667.4
   R3206 = Kuh = mu Capricorni
      3206 = NSV 25781, 5.07, range 0.03, V, Type VAR:
17 Jul 12  8 42  0.1 R    3206 F3  5.1  4.9s  90- 144     49 153  71N 270 296 292 -5.5 +0.8 +2.9+0.4 .298  158.1     21 54 15.4 -13 28  0 389.0 605.0
   R3206 = Kuh = mu Capricorni
      3206 = NSV 25781, 5.07, range 0.03, V, Type VAR:
17 Jul 14  6 55 43.7 R    3463 K0  6.4  5.7   75- 121     18 106  66N 272 334 297 -5.9 +3.7 +0.8+0.8 .421  158.4     23 31 55.4 - 6 11 27 384.4 844.7
17 Jul 15 16 22 20.2 r      76 F5  5.9  5.7   63- 105  47 27 256  14S 172 109 196 -7.3 +4.8 -0.6+7.7 .126 -106.1     24 36 26.6 - 0 24 36 377.5 830.7
   R76 = 14 Ceti
17 Jul 16  7 15 11.9 r     178PF8  6.6  6.3   55-  96      5  89  81N 257 324 281 -5.6 +6.1 +0.1+1.1 .548  171.8      1 13 24.2   2 33 46 377.11011.9
   R178 = 35 Ceti
   *** A light curve is highly desired as     178 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 220292272}
       178 is double: AB 6.5 9.5 1.3" 133.0, dT = +1.3sec
       178 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Jul 17  7 41 24.9 r     306 F0  6.8  6.6   44-  83      2  83  65N 274 340 295 -5.0 +6.9 +0.0+0.6 .540  155.2      2  6 43.3   7  6 36 372.91075.5
17 Jul 17 15  6 40.2 r  110464 K0  6.8  6.3   41-  80  30 67 229  27S 187 143 207 -5.7 +6.6 +0.7+4.7 .208 -123.5      2 19 36.6   8 15 32 365.9 667.5
17 Jul 18 11 27 20.0 d     462cB8  6.0  6.0   31-  68     41  95 -79S  83 152  99 -3.9 +7.2 +1.3+1.0 .447  -17.5      3 11 35.4  11 56  9 364.1 828.3
       462 is double: ** 6.7 6.7 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.22sec
       462 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1200). Observations are highly desired
17 Jul 18 12 37 33.4 R     462cB8  6.0  6.0   31-  67  -2 57 106  64S 227 291 242 -4.0 +7.1 +1.3+2.2 .402 -162.3      3 11 35.4  11 56  9 362.8 742.4
       462 is double: ** 6.7 6.7 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.18sec
       462 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1200). Observations are highly desired
17 Jul 19 10 48 45.6 d     608DF3  6.0  5.8s  21-  54     21  82 -84S  81 151  92 -2.4 +7.2 +0.4+1.0 .550  -10.1      4  8 40.3  15 12 21 362.6 982.3
       608 is double: AB 6.11 8.77 3.70" 222.2, dT = -5sec
       608 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       608 = NSV 1466, 6.00 to 6.05, V
17 Jul 19 11 49 55.8 R     608DF3  6.0  5.8s  21-  54     35  88  74S 239 311 250 -2.4 +7.1 +0.7+1.7 .496 -169.9      4  8 40.3  15 12 21 361.1 881.5
       608 is double: AB 6.11 8.77 3.70" 222.2, dT = -7sec
       608 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       608 = NSV 1466, 6.00 to 6.05, V
17 Jul 19 17 25 19.5 r     627 K1  6.6  6.0   19-  52  62 66 256  45N 301 234 311 -3.1 +6.7 +2.5-2.4 .285  136.0      4 17 47.3  16 15 14 358.3 688.0
17 Jul 21 12  8 29   M     943 B8  6.6  6.6    5-  26  -9 14  76  -2S 171 240 168 +1.2 +5.7 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      6 14 33.2  18 40 21 359.71046.0
17 Jul 21 12  8 41   Gr    943 B8  6.6  6.6    5-  26  -8 14 ** GRAZE: CA -1.5S; Dist. 22km in az. 337deg. [Lat = 24.35+0.38(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Jul 21 12 22 31.0 D     947SF6  5.2* 5.0    5-  26  -6 17  76 -58N  51 121  48 +1.2 +5.6 -0.1+1.8 .510   29.7      6 15 50.9  19  8 50 359.41023.0
   R947 = 71 Orionis
       947 is quadruple: AB 5.2 11.2 6.7" 185.2, dT = -9sec : AC 5.2 12.7 65" 283.9, dT = -76sec : AD 5.2 12.0 70" 265.7, dT = -113sec
       947 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Jul 21 13 14  8.4 r     947SF6  5.2* 5.0    5-  25   5 29  80  63N 290   2 287 +1.2 +5.5 +1.0+0.1 .466  150.4      6 15 50.9  19  8 50 358.2 931.5
   R947 = 71 Orionis
       947 is quadruple: AB 5.2 11.2 6.7" 185.2, dT = +4sec : AC 5.2 12.7 65" 283.9, dT = -138sec : AD 5.2 12.0 70" 265.7, dT = -137sec
       947 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Jul 31  6 37 30.6 D    2128 G7  5.8  5.3   56+  96      9 252  83S 115  52  98 +3.7 -6.1 +0.7-1.6 .423  -12.3     14 55 20.0 -11 58  0 400.4 841.3
   R2128 = 13 Librae
17 Aug  1  4  6 16.1 D    2231 K1  6.8  6.2   64+ 107     44 216  46N  61  27  47 +3.0 -6.2 +3.1+1.1 .208   46.8     15 39 27.9 -14 34 17 399.2 589.1
17 Aug  1  7 32 21.9 d    2245 K0  6.3* 5.7   65+ 108      6 251  66S 128  65 116 +2.4 -6.2 +0.8-2.1 .374  -30.9     15 44 24.1 -15  5 46 403.2 853.5
17 Aug  4  6 51 53.0 D    2629SA2  6.4        89+ 140     36 219  77N  80  43  82 -1.1 -4.7 +2.2-0.3 .316    5.7     18 12 17.8 -19 50  6 400.1 616.7
      2629 is triple: Aa,Ab 6.60 9.60 0.10"  28.0, dT = +0.19sec : AB 7.01 7.13 1.40" 186.8, dT = -1.3sec
      2629 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Aug  6  4 51 23.8 D    2902cK0  5.9  5.4   98+ 162     42 153  77N  72  98  84 -2.6 -2.6 +2.7+1.2 .300   12.2     19 53 13.9 -18 59 48 395.3 587.6
   R2902 = 57 Sagittarii
      2902 is double: ** 6.8 6.8 0.050" 350.0, dT = +0.02sec
      2902 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1587). Observations are highly desired
17 Aug  6  6 31 29.9 r    2902cK0  5.9  5.4   98+ 163     47 186 -85N 270 265 283 -3.1 -2.5 +3.0-0.1 .291  167.9     19 53 13.9 -18 59 48 394.7 570.3
   R2902 = 57 Sagittarii
      2902 is double: ** 6.8 6.8 0.050" 350.0, dT = -0.03sec
      2902 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1587). Observations are highly desired
17 Aug  7  3  1  7.8 d    3022 K0  7.0  6.3  100+ 173     19 120  78N  70 127  87 -3.1 -1.3 +1.3+1.5 .388   15.1     20 42 19.5 -17 18 45 394.8 769.2
   Distance of 3022 to Terminator = 6.1"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 Aug  8  9 43 30.5 d    3173cG2  5.2  4.8v 100- 173     44 218 -56N  40   5  60 -5.1 +0.3 +1.4+1.5 .320   24.6     21 42 30.8 -13 57 58 388.2 663.1
   R3173 = 42 Capricorni
      3173 is double: ** 5.5 7.5      350.0, dT = 0.00sec
      3173 = BY Cap, 5.13 to 5.18, V, Type RS
17 Aug  8 10 58 12.2 R    3173cG2  5.2  4.8v 100- 173     31 235  73N 270 220 290 -5.3 +0.3 +1.7-0.8 .361  155.6     21 42 30.8 -13 57 58 389.1 748.5
   R3173 = 42 Capricorni
      3173 is double: ** 5.5 7.5      350.0, dT = 0.00sec
      3173 = BY Cap, 5.13 to 5.18, V, Type RS
   Distance of 3173 to Terminator = 7.1"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.3"
17 Aug  9  6 10  7.8 R    3295kA3  7.0  6.8   98- 162     40 130  39N 304 350 327 -4.7 +1.9 +2.6-1.3 .208  125.3     22 27 38.2 -11  8 11 385.7 673.6
   R3295 = 54 Aquarii
   *** A light curve is desired as    3295 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 206133310}
   Distance of 3295 to Terminator = 18.7"; to 3km sunlit peak = 7.6"
17 Aug  9 10 13  7.3 R    3310pA8  6.4  6.2   97- 161     49 215  77S 240 207 263 -5.6 +1.8 +1.9+0.8 .355 -178.5     22 32 37.8 -10 48 47 384.4 661.7
   *** A light curve is desired as    3310 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 206145793}
      3310 is double: AB 7.2 7.2 0.001" 126.9, dT = 0.00sec
17 Aug 10  4 41 30.6 d    3421cM3  4.9  4.1v  94- 151     14 105 -65S  97 159 121 -4.7 +3.3 +0.7+0.7 .424  -24.2 .01 23 17 46.1 - 7 37 44 384.9 868.8
   R3421 = chi Aquarii
      3421 is double: AB     0.5 0.003"  39.4, dT = 0.00sec
      3421 = khi Aqr, 4.75 to 5.10, V, Type SR, Period 35.250 days
17 Aug 10  5 45 20.4 R    3421cM3  4.9  4.1v  93- 150     28 114  64S 225 283 250 -4.8 +3.3 +1.2+2.2 .379 -155.9 .01 23 17 46.1 - 7 37 44 383.4 772.1
   R3421 = chi Aquarii
      3421 is double: AB     0.5 0.003"  39.4, dT = +0.01sec
      3421 = khi Aqr, 4.75 to 5.10, V, Type SR, Period 35.250 days
17 Aug 14  6 33 51   Gr    405SF1  4.3  4.1S  58-  99      4 ** GRAZE: CA  3.6N; Dist.284km in az. 346deg. [Lat = 26.77+0.22(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Aug 14  6 43 17.8 R     405SF1  4.3  4.1S  58-  99      6  81  32N 312  19 330 -3.2 +7.3 +0.5-1.1 .271  117.6      2 45 53.5  10 11 11 372.81059.0
   R405 = mu Ceti
       405 is multiple: Aa,Ad     2.6 0.021" 243.0, dT = -0.03sec : Aa,Ab 4.2 6.2 0.10" 342.0, dT = -0.32sec : Aa,Ac     2.3 0.25"  63.0, dT = +0.33sec : AB 4.2 13.6 160" 342.6, dT = -508sec
       405 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       405 = NSV 909, 4.27, , Type RS:
17 Aug 17  9 35 19.9 R     871 G8  6.7* 5.8   23-  58     10  74  39N 316  24 317 +0.4 +6.2 +0.8-1.1 .321  122.2      5 46 12.3  18 42 31 365.71066.9
17 Aug 17 11 25 38.3 d     886cK0  6.8  6.1   23-  57     33  83 -47S 129 202 129 +0.3 +6.0 +1.7-1.0 .316  -50.9      5 52  5.3  18 33 11 363.2 881.1
17 Aug 17 12  8 55.3 R     886cK0  6.8  6.1   23-  57 -11 43  87  31S 207 281 207 +0.3 +5.9 +0.2+3.6 .292 -129.1      5 52  5.3  18 33 11 362.3 813.7
17 Aug 19 21 14  0.7 d    1236SG0  5.1         5-  26  62 40 273 -70N  78   5  64 +2.0 +3.0 +1.5-0.3 .420   29.0      8 13 11.4  17 35 36 363.0 846.0
   R1236 = Tegmine = zeta Cancri
      1236 is multiple: AB 5.30 6.25 1.13"  11.4, dT = +1.1sec : AB,C 4.9 5.8 5.9"  65.0, dT = +14sec : AC 5.3 5.8 7.3"  61.0, dT = +17sec : AB,D 4.9 8.9 275" 107.0, dT = +572sec
      1236 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Aug 19 21 14  1.6 d X108006M    6.2  5.9    5-  26  62 40 273 -70N  78   5  64 +2.0 +3.0 +1.5-0.3 .420   29.0      8 13 11.4  17 35 36 363.0 846.1
   X108006 is triple: BA 6.3 5.3 1.1" 191.4, dT = -1.1sec : BC 6.3 5.8 6.4"  67.2, dT = +15sec
   X108006 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Aug 19 21 14 16.8 d   97646SG0  6.2         5-  26  62 40 273 -70N  78   5  64 +2.0 +3.0 +1.5-0.3 .419   29.4      8 13 11.8  17 35 40 363.0 846.4
     97646 is multiple: Ca,Cb 6.2 7.1 0.35" 293.1, dT = -0.7sec : C,AB 5.8 4.9 5.9" 245.0, dT = -14sec : CB 5.8 6.3 6.4" 247.2, dT = -15sec : CA 5.8 5.3 7.3" 241.0, dT = -17sec
     97646 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Aug 19 22 11  0.2 r    1236SG0  5.1         5-  25  49 27 278  52N 315 244 301 +2.0 +3.0 +0.1-2.1 .464  150.9      8 13 11.4  17 35 36 364.3 938.5
   R1236 = Tegmine = zeta Cancri
      1236 is multiple: AB 5.30 6.25 1.13"  11.4, dT = -1.4sec : AB,C 4.9 5.8 5.9"  65.0, dT = +4sec : AC 5.3 5.8 7.3"  61.0, dT = +4sec : AB,D 4.9 8.9 275" 107.0, dT = +521sec
      1236 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Aug 19 22 11  1.6 r X108006M    6.2  5.9    5-  25  49 27 278  52N 315 244 301 +2.0 +3.0 +0.1-2.1 .464  150.9      8 13 11.4  17 35 36 364.3 938.6
   X108006 is triple: BA 6.3 5.3 1.1" 191.4, dT = +1.4sec : BC 6.3 5.8 6.4"  67.2, dT = +5sec
   X108006 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Aug 19 22 11  3.8 r   97646SG0  6.2         5-  25  49 27 278  52N 316 244 302 +2.0 +3.0 +0.1-2.1 .463  150.6      8 13 11.8  17 35 40 364.3 938.6
     97646 is multiple: Ca,Cb 6.2 7.1 0.35" 293.1, dT = -0.7sec : C,AB 5.8 4.9 5.9" 245.0, dT = -4sec : CB 5.8 6.3 6.4" 247.2, dT = -5sec : CA 5.8 5.3 7.3" 241.0, dT = -4sec
     97646 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Aug 21 20 29 12.1 d    1487SB7  1.4  1.4s   0+   1  70 71 232  54N  59  12  37 +4.6 -0.4 +3.9+2.0 .208   57.1     10  9 16.6  11 52 56 366.4 681.8
   R1487 = Regulus = alpha Leonis
      1487 is triple: AB 1.4 8.2 175" 307.0, dT = -319sec : AD 1.4 12.1 196" 274.0, dT = -772sec
      1487 = NSV 4750, 1.33 to 1.40, V
17 Aug 21 20 47 34   Gr   1487SB7  1.4  1.4s   0+   1  65 66 ** GRAZE: CA 16.1N; Dist.299km in az.  31deg. [Lat = 27.27-0.54(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Aug 21 21 14  0.7 r    1487SB7  1.4  1.4s   0+   1  61 62 249 -16N 354 293 332 +4.4 -0.4 +0.0-4.7 .218  122.8     10  9 16.6  11 52 56 366.9 715.3
   R1487 = Regulus = alpha Leonis
      1487 is triple: AB 1.4 8.2 175" 307.0, dT = -551sec : AD 1.4 12.1 196" 274.0, dT = -161sec
      1487 = NSV 4750, 1.33 to 1.40, V
17 Aug 22 21 53 56.9 d    1609SF2  4.6  4.5    2+  15  52 62 237  59S 138  88 114 +5.2 -2.0 +1.5-2.3 .365  -18.6     11  5 53.7   7 14 35 371.3 694.2
   R1609 = chi Leonis
      1609 is quadruple: AB 4.7 11.0 4.9" 267.9, dT = -9sec : AC 4.7 10.6 253" 310.3, dT = -687sec : AD 4.7 11.7 288" 297.7, dT = -741sec
      1609 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Aug 25 20 29 33.8 d    1950 G6  5.7  5.2   19+  51  69 47 128  76S 122 168 100 +6.0 -5.6 +1.7-0.8 .363   -2.2     13 36 25.2 - 5 28 56 387.1 682.8
   R1950 = 80 Virginis
17 Aug 25 21 58 47.6 r    1950 G6  5.7  5.2   19+  52  51 59 160 -78N 300 318 278 +5.7 -5.5 +2.3-1.1 .332 -178.2     13 36 25.2 - 5 28 56 386.5 623.4
   R1950 = 80 Virginis
17 Aug 27  0 33  9.7 d    2072 K0  6.6  5.9   28+  64  15 52 207  66S 131 106 112 +4.6 -6.0 +2.2-2.0 .305  -14.0     14 29 27.6 -10  4 46 391.9 598.1
17 Aug 27  2  2 30.1 r    2072 K0  6.6  5.9   29+  65  -5 39 232 -81S 278 231 259 +4.2 -5.9 +2.1-1.1 .334 -166.1     14 29 27.6 -10  4 46 393.1 656.4
17 Aug 30  4 21  9.1 D    2441 G0  6.6  6.3   58+  99     34 225  52N  58  15  53 +0.7 -5.7 +1.9+0.7 .260   36.3     17  0 45.7 -18 16 19 400.7 626.4
17 Aug 31  5 36 38.4 D    2571 A9  6.8  6.6   67+ 110     28 229  66N  68  21  68 -0.8 -5.1 +1.5+0.1 .325   18.8     17 52 51.0 -19 31 35 400.9 668.3
17 Sep  1  3 13 19.8 D    2710 A8  6.7  6.5   75+ 120     46 178  81S  97  99 102 -1.3 -4.2 +3.1-0.3 .282   -6.9     18 40 56.6 -20  3  7 398.1 548.6
17 Sep  1  8  1 35.1 d    2724cM2  6.3* 5.5v  76+ 122     10 243  24N  22 322  27 -2.4 -4.2 -0.6+2.6 .226   58.2 .01 18 47  3.7 -19 35  3 401.1 834.5
      2724 is double: ** 6.9 7.3 0.31" 279.0, dT = -0.3sec
      2724 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1771). Observations are highly desired
      2724 = V4405 Sgr, 6.2 to 6.33, Hp, Type SRB
17 Sep  3  7 22 12.5 D X174647S    6.8  6.5   91+ 144     36 223  82S  86  45 101 -4.2 -1.7 +2.1-0.5 .341  -15.7     20 29 52.3 -17 45  8 392.6 674.6
   X174647 is triple: BA 6.9 5.0 1.8"   8.2, dT = +1.1sec : BC 6.9 13.3 56" 150.0, dT = +71sec
   X174647 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Sep  3  7 22 13.8 D    2987SF3  4.9        91+ 144     36 223  82S  86  45 101 -4.2 -1.7 +2.1-0.5 .341  -15.7     20 29 52.3 -17 45  7 392.6 674.7
   R2987 = rho Capricorni
      2987 is quadruple: AB 4.97 6.88 1.82" 188.2, dT = -1.1sec : AC 5.0 13.3 56" 151.1, dT = +69sec : AD 5.0 6.7 260" 150.0, dT = +330sec
      2987 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Sep  3  7 29 53.5 D    2990SK0  6.6  6.0   91+ 144     35 224  64S 103  61 119 -4.2 -1.7 +2.4-1.4 .300  -33.4     20 30  1.5 -17 48 51 392.7 683.7
      2990 is triple: DE 6.7 10.6 53"  93.8, dT = +175sec : DA 6.7 5.0 260" 330.0, dT = -595sec
17 Sep  3  8 39 15.0 r    2987SF3  4.9        91+ 145     22 237 -67S 235 181 250 -4.4 -1.8 +0.7+0.5 .393 -164.1     20 29 52.3 -17 45  7 393.7 779.8
   R2987 = rho Capricorni
      2987 is quadruple: AB 4.97 6.88 1.82" 188.2, dT = -3sec : AC 5.0 13.3 56" 151.1, dT = -16sec : AD 5.0 6.7 260" 150.0, dT = -63sec
      2987 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Sep  5  8 29 24.8 D    3262pG5  6.9  6.5   99+ 168     45 221  55N  30 352  52 -5.4 +1.2 +1.0+2.0 .308   32.8     22 14 23.5 -11 50 11 383.6 681.1
   R3262 = 40 Aquarii
   *** A light curve is desired as    3262 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 206106840}
      3262 is double: ** 7.6 8.2 0.004"  75.0, dT = +0.01sec
   Distance of 3262 to Terminator = 13.8"; to 3km sunlit peak = 4.4"
17 Sep  7  9 53 44.6 d    3526cG9  4.9  4.4S  99- 166     53 225 -52N  42   2  67 -5.3 +4.1 +1.5+1.5 .362   17.4     23 59 35.3 - 3 27 24 375.1 690.4
   R3526 = 27 Piscium
      3526 is double: AB 4.9 8.9 0.9" 330.4, dT = +0.7sec
      3526 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      3526 = NSV 14785, 9.0 to 11.5, V
17 Sep  7 11  9 32.6 R    3526cG9  4.9  4.4S  98- 166     39 243  90S 259 204 284 -5.5 +4.1 +1.6-0.3 .399  162.7     23 59 35.3 - 3 27 24 376.1 762.8
   R3526 = 27 Piscium
      3526 is double: AB 4.9 8.9 0.9" 330.4, dT = -0.7sec
      3526 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      3526 = NSV 14785, 9.0 to 11.5, V
17 Sep  7 12 18 26.6 d    3535 B7  5.1  5.2   98- 165 -11 25 254 -27N  16 315  41 -5.6 +4.1 +0.3+2.5 .307   48.6     24  2 44.4 - 2 55 41 377.2 850.1
   R3535 = 29 Piscium
17 Sep  7 13  0 58.4 R    3535 B7  5.1  5.2   98- 165  -2 16 259  53N 295 231 320 -5.7 +4.1 +0.9-2.3 .330  131.3     24  2 44.4 - 2 55 41 378.1 916.3
   R3535 = 29 Piscium
17 Sep  9  9  1 59   Gr    249 K3  4.5  3.7   89- 141     69 ** GRAZE: CA 15.8N; Dist. 60km in az. 146deg. [Lat = 23.48+0.61(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Sep  9  9  2 55   M     249 K3  4.5  3.7   89- 141     68 147  16N 329 359 351 -3.7 +6.3 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      1 42 21.6   5 34 36 368.7 673.5
   R249 = nu Piscium
17 Sep 10  4 40 57.3 R     364 B9  4.3  4.3   82- 130      5  83  39S 206 272 225 -2.3 +7.1 -0.3+2.4 .424 -136.2      2 29  6.3   8 32 17 372.31059.6
   R364 = xi 2 Ceti
17 Sep 10  5 35 58.5 r  110566 A5  7.0  6.8   82- 129     18  88  51N 295   3 314 -2.3 +7.1 +0.8-0.1 .360  132.0      2 30 32.2   9  5  2 370.9 969.0
17 Sep 10 13 21 40   Gr    398cK0  6.5  5.9   80- 126   3 51 ** GRAZE: CA  6.4N; Dist.  4km in az. 171deg. [Lat = 24.09+0.14(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Sep 10 13 21 41   gr    398cK0  6.5  5.9   80- 126   3 50 257   6N 340 275 358 -3.3 +6.7 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      2 42 57.5  10 37  7 367.4 725.8
       398 is double: ** 6.9 8.5 0.006" 298.5
   Distance of 398 to Terminator = 10.3"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 Sep 11  5 21 27.3 r     491cK0  6.0  5.4   72- 116      4  78  88N 261 327 275 -1.3 +7.4 -0.1+0.9 .596  170.1      3 25  8.7  12 41 25 370.91088.8
       491 is double: ** 6.8 6.8 0.10" 159.0, dT = +0.03sec
       491 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1020). Observations are highly desired
17 Sep 11  6 38 50.5 R     498cA0  6.3  6.3   71- 115     21  85  57S 225 294 239 -1.3 +7.3 +0.1+1.9 .491 -156.4      3 28 17.3  12 47 42 369.0 959.8
       498 is double: ** 7.0 7.0 0.050" 350.0, dT = +0.06sec
       498 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1203). Observations are highly desired
17 Sep 11  7 39  6.9 D     508cK0  4.1  3.6   71- 115     34  90 -36S 133 202 147 -1.3 +7.2 +2.4-2.0 .203  -65.3 .01  3 31 51.1  12 59 42 367.6 867.6
   R508 = 5 Tauri
       508 is double: AB 4.5 6.5 0.003"  91.4, dT = +0.01sec
17 Sep 11  7 50 18   Gr    508cK0  4.1  3.6   71- 115     37 ** GRAZE: CA-11.8S; Dist.185km in az. 152deg. [Lat = 22.24+0.49(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Sep 11  8  7 26.2 R     508cK0  4.1  3.6   71- 115     41  93  13S 181 251 195 -1.3 +7.2 -0.8+5.1 .193 -114.6 .02  3 31 51.1  12 59 42 367.1 825.8
   R508 = 5 Tauri
       508 is double: AB 4.5 6.5 0.003"  91.4, dT = 0.00sec
17 Sep 11  9 56 49   Gr    516cG5  6.9  6.3   70- 114     65 ** GRAZE: CA 13.5N; Dist. 28km in az. 150deg. [Lat = 23.84+0.52(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Sep 11  9 57 13   M     516cG5  6.9  6.3   70- 114     65 110  13N 335  38 349 -1.6 +7.0 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      3 34 20.2  13 50 23 365.3 702.2
       516 is double: ** 8.1 8.1 0.10"  90.0
       516 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1205). Observations are highly desired
17 Sep 11 13  1 11.6 d     526 G5  6.7  6.2   70- 113  -2 68 246 -62S 107  47 120 -2.1 +6.9 +2.7-1.4 .308  -34.8      3 40 16.1  13 56 47 365.1 664.2
17 Sep 11 14 11 55.1 r     526 G5  6.7  6.2   69- 113  14 52 262  52S 221 152 234 -2.3 +6.8 +1.8+1.8 .332 -145.2      3 40 16.1  13 56 47 365.9 718.1
17 Sep 12  7 12 53.8 R     659SF7  6.6     s  60- 102     18  80  70S 242 312 251 -0.1 +7.0 +0.1+1.5 .548 -170.0      4 26 37.7  15 58 43 368.4 994.7
   R659 = 70 Tauri
       659 is triple: Aa,Ab 7.74 7.00 0.10" 105.0, dT = +0.13sec : AB 6.4 13.4 129" 339.4, dT = +30sec
       659 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       659 = NSV 15985, 6.46, range 0.02, V, Type BY:
17 Sep 12  7 43 14.6 d     667cK2  5.0  4.4   60- 102     24  82 -48N  40 111  49 -0.1 +7.0 +0.0+2.2 .454   31.2      4 29 26.8  16 23 47 367.7 947.1
   R667 = 75 Tauri
       667 is double: AB 5.0            30.0, dT = 0.00sec
17 Sep 12  7 46 13.2 D     669SG7  3.8  3.3s  60- 102     25  83 -35S 138 208 146 -0.1 +7.0 +1.9-2.0 .216  -65.9 .01  4 29 34.9  15 59 55 367.6 941.3
   R669 = theta 1 Tauri
       669 is multiple: Ba,Bb 3.8 7.3 0.10"   3.3, dT = -0.32sec : Aa,Ab 3.8 7.3 0.22" 354.7, dT = -0.8sec : AB 3.8 12.0 266"  75.0, dT = +569sec : BA 3.9 3.4 341" 167.0, dT = +1377sec
       669 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       669 = NSV 16016, 3.84, range 0.21, V
17 Sep 12  7 56 33   Gr    669SG7  3.8  3.3s  60- 102     27 ** GRAZE: CA-10.9S; Dist.178km in az. 154deg. [Lat = 22.35+0.44(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Sep 12  8 11 54.0 R     669SG7  3.8  3.3s  60- 101     30  85  13S 185 256 194 -0.1 +7.0 -0.9+4.8 .206 -114.1 .01  4 29 34.9  15 59 55 367.1 898.6
   R669 = theta 1 Tauri
       669 is multiple: Ba,Bb 3.8 7.3 0.10"   3.3, dT = +0.48sec : Aa,Ab 3.8 7.3 0.22" 354.7, dT = +1sec : AB 3.8 12.0 266"  75.0, dT = +447sec : BA 3.9 3.4 341" 167.0, dT = -1571sec
       669 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       669 = NSV 16016, 3.84, range 0.21, V
17 Sep 12  8 37 54.1 D     677WA6  4.8  4.7S  60- 101     36  87 -58S 114 186 122 -0.2 +6.9 +1.6-0.2 .353  -43.1      4 31 34.1  16 13 47 366.5 859.8
       677 is double: AB 4.8 6.5 254" 130.0, dT = +692sec
       677 = NSV 1627, 4.78, , Type DSCT:
17 Sep 12  8 38 37.2 R     667cK2  5.0  4.4   60- 101     37  87  71N 282 354 290 -0.2 +6.9 +1.4+0.4 .412  148.9      4 29 26.8  16 23 47 366.5 856.1
   R667 = 75 Tauri
       667 is double: AB 5.0            30.0, dT = 0.00sec
17 Sep 12  8 48 51.4 R     672cF7  6.7        60- 101     39  88  58S 230 302 239 -0.2 +6.9 +0.7+2.0 .444 -159.9      4 30  0.2  16 11 43 366.3 840.8
       672 is double: AB 6.85 8.38 0.22" 262.3, dT = -0.41sec
       672 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Sep 12  8 52 39.2 d     680SF5  6.5  6.3   60- 101     39  88 -37S 136 208 144 -0.2 +6.9 +2.8-2.4 .198  -65.2      4 31 47.3  16 11  3 366.2 837.2
       680 is double: AB 6.9 7.9 0.30" 297.0, dT = -1.4sec
       680 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Sep 12  9 22 30.7 R     680SF5  6.5  6.3   59- 101     46  91  13S 185 257 193 -0.2 +6.9 -0.7+5.4 .188 -114.8      4 31 47.3  16 11  3 365.7 794.3
       680 is double: AB 6.9 7.9 0.30" 297.0, dT = +0.6sec
       680 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Sep 12  9 29  2.7 R     677WA6  4.8  4.7S  59- 101     48  92  35S 207 279 215 -0.2 +6.8 +0.4+3.2 .323 -136.8      4 31 34.1  16 13 47 365.5 784.9
       677 is double: AB 4.8 6.5 254" 130.0, dT = -178sec
       677 = NSV 1627, 4.78, , Type DSCT:
17 Sep 12 10 46 40   m     685 F0  6.6  6.5   59- 100     65 103 -12S 161 229 169 -0.4 +6.7 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      4 34 38.5  16 21 28 364.5 699.3
17 Sep 12 12 20 59   M     692SK5  0.9* 0.1v  59- 100 -11 82 161  -9S 164 181 171 -0.7 +6.6 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      4 36 55.8  16 32 31 363.9 645.2
   R692 = Aldebaran = alpha Tauri
       692 is multiple: AB 0.9 13.6 31" 114.1 : AE 0.9 12.0 37" 321.6 : AC 0.9 11.3 135"  31.9 : AF 0.9 13.6 253" 120.4
       692 = alf Tau, 0.86 to 0.89, V, Type LB:
17 Sep 12 12 23  8   Gr    692SK5  0.9  0.1v  59- 100 -10 80 ** GRAZE: CA -8.8S; Dist.243km in az. 344deg. [Lat = 26.41+0.27(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Sep 13  7 32 48.8 d     814SB5  5.4  5.5   49-  89     10  75 -46S 131 199 133 +1.0 +6.4 +0.7-0.8 .350  -53.6      5 28 11.4  17 58 28 368.81055.3
   R814 = 115 Tauri
       814 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 5.8 6.8 0.063" 282.5, dT = -0.16sec : AB 5.4 10.1 10.0" 305.8, dT = -28sec : AC 5.4 11.8 10.0" 347.1, dT = -23sec
       814 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Sep 13  8  6  9.5 R     814SB5  5.4  5.5   48-  88     18  78  26S 203 273 205 +1.0 +6.3 -0.6+3.1 .331 -126.4      5 28 11.4  17 58 28 368.0 995.2
   R814 = 115 Tauri
       814 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 5.8 6.8 0.063" 282.5, dT = -0.03sec : AB 5.4 10.1 10.0" 305.8, dT = +7sec : AC 5.4 11.8 10.0" 347.1, dT = +25sec
       814 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Sep 13  9 26 26.0 R     823DA2  6.7        48-  88     35  84  90S 267 340 269 +1.0 +6.2 +1.0+0.9 .476  169.0      5 30 20.6  18 22 37 366.2 860.8
       823 is double: AB 6.77 10.42 3.19" 128.9, dT = +5sec
       823 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Sep 13  9 33 52.1 d     829 K5  6.8  5.9   48-  88     36  84 -52S 124 198 127 +1.0 +6.2 +1.8-0.8 .316  -48.8      5 32 40.6  18 15 15 366.1 851.9
17 Sep 13  9 51 58.3 D     832 M2  4.3  3.2v  48-  87     41  85 -57N  54 128  56 +0.9 +6.2 +0.7+2.0 .432   21.7 .03  5 33 14.3  18 36 16 365.7 824.9
   R832 = 119 Tauri (CE)
       832 = CE Tau, 4.23 to 4.54, V, Type SRC, Period 165. days
17 Sep 13 10 20 39.2 R     829 K5  6.8  5.9   48-  87     47  89  30S 207 281 209 +0.9 +6.1 +0.4+3.5 .290 -131.1      5 32 40.6  18 15 15 365.2 782.0
17 Sep 13 10 27 54.9 d     836 B2  5.7  5.7v  48-  87     48  89 -85N  82 156  84 +0.9 +6.1 +1.5+1.0 .435   -6.0      5 34 33.1  18 32 59 365.1 774.4
   R836 = 120 Tauri
       836 = V0960 Tau, 5.53 to 5.69, V, Type GCAS, Period 1.03747 days, Phase  4 %
17 Sep 13 11  1 14.5 R     832 M2  4.3  3.2v  47-  87     56  92  80N 278 352 279 +0.8 +6.0 +2.1+0.3 .385  158.5 .03  5 33 14.3  18 36 16 364.6 730.9
   R832 = 119 Tauri (CE)
       832 = CE Tau, 4.23 to 4.54, V, Type SRC, Period 165. days
17 Sep 13 11 47 22.2 R     836 B2  5.7  5.7v  47-  87     67  99  74S 251 323 253 +0.7 +6.0 +2.0+1.3 .386 -173.7      5 34 33.1  18 32 59 364.0 684.8
   R836 = 120 Tauri
       836 = V0960 Tau, 5.53 to 5.69, V, Type GCAS, Period 1.03747 days, Phase  4 %
17 Sep 13 17 23 21.1 r     863 B9  6.7* 6.7   45-  85  56 37 276  46N 312 238 313 -0.2 +5.9 +0.6-2.6 .358  140.2      5 43 55.4  18 59  9 366.1 827.6
   R863 = 127 Tauri
17 Sep 15 12 12 35.2 d    1151 F0  6.9  6.7V  25-  60     46  87 -37N  45 120  34 +3.0 +3.6 +1.0+3.0 .307   44.5      7 38 30.8  18 52 33 366.2 765.1
      1151 = HD 60915, 6.85, , Type VAR
17 Sep 15 13  8 19.0 r    1151 F0  6.9  6.7V  25-  59  -1 59  93  52N 316  30 305 +2.8 +3.5 +2.4-2.0 .282  135.7      7 38 30.8  18 52 33 365.3 698.8
      1151 = HD 60915, 6.85, , Type VAR
17 Sep 15 17 25 57.2 d    1175cK5  4.9  4.1   24-  58  56 62 264 -78N  87  14  75 +2.1 +3.4 +2.2-0.4 .379   17.2      7 47  7.3  18 27 54 365.3 703.2
   R1175 = 81 Geminorum
      1175 is double: ** 5.8 5.8 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.26sec
      1175 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 229). Observations are highly desired
17 Sep 15 18 39 51.0 R    1175cK5  4.9  4.1   23-  58  67 45 272  66N 303 228 291 +1.9 +3.4 +1.0-1.9 .426  162.5      7 47  7.3  18 27 54 366.5 794.2
   R1175 = 81 Geminorum
      1175 is double: ** 5.8 5.8 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.2sec
      1175 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 229). Observations are highly desired
17 Sep 18 20 22 38   GrMars        1.8  1.8    2-  18  62 56 251  -4N  29 328   5 +4.3 -1.3 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     10 42 23.7   9 27 36 372.5 680.4
17 Sep 18 20 22 42   GrMars        1.8  1.8    2-  18  62 56 ** GRAZE: CA -3.6N; Dist.  4km in az. 213deg. [Lat = 24.09-0.60(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Sep 22  2  8 58.8 D    1921 K3  5.9  5.1    4+  22      5 262  43S 149  84 127 +4.2 -5.0 +0.3-2.6 .375  -41.2     13 24 12.3 - 5  0 46 389.9 942.1
   R1921 = 65 Virginis
17 Sep 23 21 17 54.1 d    2128 G7  5.8  5.3   14+  44  51 52 161  62S 130 148 113 +4.1 -6.2 +2.1-1.4 .312  -11.5     14 55 19.2 -11 57 58 392.6 607.0
   R2128 = 13 Librae
17 Sep 24 21 21 35.1 d    2245 K0  6.3* 5.7   21+  55  50 45 149  59S 130 160 117 +3.3 -6.2 +1.8-1.2 .311  -14.9     15 44 23.2 -15  5 44 396.3 618.0
17 Sep 26  4  0  8.0 D    2399 G8  4.9* 4.3   31+  68     15 242  72N  78  20  71 +0.7 -5.8 +0.8-0.5 .384   14.7     16 42 34.8 -17 46 20 401.9 773.2
   R2399 = 24 (Scorpii)/Ophiuchi
17 Sep 26  4 28  8   m    2396cA3  6.7* 6.6   31+  68      9 246   4S 182 121 175 +0.7 -5.8 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     16 42 19.3 -18  5 23 402.6 821.2
17 Sep 29  1 40 40.8 D    2798pK1  6.1  5.5   59+ 100  -8 46 173  48N  41  48  50 -2.3 -3.4 +3.0+2.7 .201   44.9     19 10 50.3 -19 46 21 397.7 548.3
   *** A light curve is desired as    2798 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 217877915}
      2798 is double: AB 7.0 7.1 0.08" 210.1, dT = -0.38sec
      2798 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Sep 29  2 58 10.0 r    2798pK1  6.1  5.5   59+ 101     44 199 -47N 306 288 314 -2.7 -3.4 +3.5-2.4 .208  135.3     19 10 50.3 -19 46 21 397.7 565.5
   *** A light curve is desired as    2798 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 217877915}
      2798 is double: AB 7.0 7.1 0.08" 210.1, dT = +0.04sec
      2798 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Oct  2  0 43 11.1 d    3177cA9  5.9  5.7   85+ 134   5 24 120  83S  77 132  98 -4.7 +0.7 +1.4+1.3 .396    0.6     21 44  2.5 -14 19  0 388.5 745.4
   R3177 = 44 Capricorni
      3177 is double: ** 6.8 6.8 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.25sec
      3177 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1608). Observations are highly desired
17 Oct  2  2  6 47.0 r    3177cA9  5.9  5.7   85+ 135     40 136 -86N 254 295 275 -4.9 +0.7 +2.2+1.2 .346  179.1     21 44  2.5 -14 19  0 386.8 648.2
   R3177 = 44 Capricorni
      3177 is double: ** 6.8 6.8 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.28sec
      3177 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1608). Observations are highly desired
17 Oct  2  8 19 57.3 D    3206 F3  5.1  4.9s  86+ 137     23 243  45S 115  59 136 -6.2 +0.6 +1.8-2.3 .283  -49.6     21 54 15.9 -13 27 58 387.1 818.8
   R3206 = Kuh = mu Capricorni
      3206 = NSV 25781, 5.07, range 0.03, V, Type VAR:
17 Oct  2  9  4 35.7 r    3206 F3  5.1  4.9s  86+ 137     13 248 -38S 197 137 219 -6.2 +0.6 -0.3+2.3 .307 -130.4     21 54 15.9 -13 27 58 387.9 889.9
   R3206 = Kuh = mu Capricorni
      3206 = NSV 25781, 5.07, range 0.03, V, Type VAR:
17 Oct  4  4  9 36.4 D    3463 K0  6.4  5.7   97+ 160     49 134  87N  55  96  80 -5.3 +3.7 +1.9+1.8 .371    7.5     23 31 56.5 - 6 11 21 375.6 681.2
17 Oct  6  2 55  2.4 r     178PF8  6.6  6.3  100- 173     19  96  49S 250 316 273 -3.7 +6.1 +0.6+1.3 .518  176.6      1 13 25.9   2 33 55 370.1 930.7
   R178 = 35 Ceti
   *** A light curve is highly desired as     178 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 220292272}
       178 is double: AB 6.5 9.5 1.3" 133.0, dT = +1.1sec
       178 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 178 to Terminator = 4.1"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 Oct  8  5 40 35.2 d     462cB8  6.0  6.0   92- 146     36  92 -73S  99 168 115 -1.1 +7.1 +1.3+0.5 .412  -33.4      3 11 37.6  11 56 18 363.7 871.5
       462 is double: ** 6.7 6.7 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.24sec
       462 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1200). Observations are highly desired
17 Oct  8  6 38 18.6 R     462cB8  6.0  6.0   91- 146     49  99  39S 211 278 227 -1.2 +7.0 +0.7+2.7 .376 -146.5      3 11 37.6  11 56 18 362.5 792.2
       462 is double: ** 6.7 6.7 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.14sec
       462 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1200). Observations are highly desired
17 Oct  9  5 53 58.5 R     608DF3  6.0  5.8s  84- 133     28  85  39S 213 284 224 +0.4 +7.0 +0.1+2.4 .423 -143.2      4  8 42.6  15 12 28 363.9 931.8
       608 is double: AB 6.11 8.77 3.70" 222.2, dT = -9sec
       608 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       608 = NSV 1466, 6.00 to 6.05, V
17 Oct  9 10 19  5.1 d     627 K1  6.6  6.0   83- 131     82 167 -66N  61  73  70 -0.2 +6.6 +2.3+1.4 .371   10.9      4 17 49.7  16 15 21 360.6 660.0
17 Oct  9 11 44 33.1 R     627 K1  6.6  6.0   82- 130     70 251  88N 266 202 276 -0.4 +6.5 +2.4-0.2 .377  169.3      4 17 49.7  16 15 21 360.9 671.2
17 Oct  9 13 30 33.1 r     636cF7  7.0*    s  82- 130   2 47 269  51N 303 231 312 -0.7 +6.5 +1.4-2.5 .323  138.1      4 20 56.2  16 33 46 362.2 761.7
   R636 = 55 Tauri
       636 is double: AB 7.26 8.62 0.61"  10.3, dT = -0.7sec
       636 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       636 = NSV 15952, 6.88, range 0.01, V, Type BY:
17 Oct 11  8 11 44.6 d     947SF6  5.2* 5.0   63- 105     33  82 -67S 116 189 113 +3.0 +5.3 +1.3-0.2 .398  -35.8      6 15 53.2  19  8 51 365.3 870.8
   R947 = 71 Orionis
       947 is quadruple: AB 5.2 11.2 6.7" 185.1, dT = +6sec : AC 5.2 12.7 65" 284.0, dT = -159sec : AD 5.2 12.0 70" 265.7, dT = -153sec
       947 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Oct 11  9  8 42.0 R     947SF6  5.2* 5.0   62- 104     46  87  41S 224 299 221 +2.9 +5.2 +0.8+2.6 .359 -144.0      6 15 53.2  19  8 51 364.2 783.1
   R947 = 71 Orionis
       947 is quadruple: AB 5.2 11.2 6.7" 185.1, dT = -15sec : AC 5.2 12.7 65" 284.0, dT = -90sec : AD 5.2 12.0 70" 265.7, dT = -146sec
       947 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Oct 13  8  5 57.8 R    1236SG0  5.1        40-  78      7  74  44S 237 304 222 +5.0 +2.6 -0.3+1.8 .476 -145.7      8 13 12.7  17 35 33 372.31039.8
   R1236 = Tegmine = zeta Cancri
      1236 is multiple: AB 5.30 6.25 1.13"  10.9, dT = +1.7sec : AB,C 4.9 5.8 5.9"  65.0, dT = +12sec : AC 5.3 5.8 7.3"  60.9, dT = +15sec : AB,D 4.9 8.9 275" 107.0, dT = +368sec
      1236 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Oct 13  8  5 58.3 R X108006M    6.2  5.9   40-  78      7  74  44S 236 303 222 +5.0 +2.6 -0.3+1.8 .476 -145.7      8 13 12.7  17 35 32 372.31039.8
   X108006 is triple: BA 6.3 5.3 1.1" 190.9, dT = -1.7sec : BC 6.3 5.8 6.4"  67.1, dT = +13sec
   X108006 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Oct 13  8  6 12.9 R   97646SG0  6.2        40-  78      7  74  45S 237 304 223 +5.0 +2.6 -0.3+1.8 .477 -146.0      8 13 13.1  17 35 37 372.31039.4
     97646 is multiple: Ca,Cb 6.2 7.1 0.35" 290.3, dT = -0.43sec : C,AB 5.8 4.9 5.9" 245.0, dT = -12sec : CB 5.8 6.3 6.4" 247.1, dT = -13sec : CA 5.8 5.3 7.3" 240.9, dT = -15sec
     97646 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Oct 13  8 59 19.6 R    1241pA0  6.5  6.3   40-  78     18  78  53S 246 316 231 +4.9 +2.5 +0.2+1.6 .473 -154.4      8 15 11.0  17 37 15 371.2 944.5
   *** A light curve is desired as    1241 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211825317}
      1241 is quadruple: AB 6.4 12.3 1.6" 327.6, dT = -0.49sec : AC 6.4 10.9 63" 300.0, dT = -77sec : AB,D 6.5 8.9 228" 323.0, dT = -106sec
      1241 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Oct 14 18 41 25.0 r    1396 K2  6.8  6.1s  26-  62  57 41 268  77S 275 205 255 +4.2 +0.7 +1.3-1.0 .428 -161.9      9 27 53.6  14 13 33 372.9 814.1
      1396 = NSV 4490, 7.7 to 8.2, pg
17 Oct 15 10 10 30.7 R    1487SB7  1.4  1.4s  19-  52      8  81  67S 269 336 246 +5.9 -0.8 +0.1+0.8 .525 -167.4     10  9 17.4  11 52 52 378.0 985.8
   R1487 = Regulus = alpha Leonis
      1487 is triple: AB 1.4 8.2 175" 307.0, dT = -261sec : AD 1.4 12.1 196" 274.0, dT = -371sec
      1487 = NSV 4750, 1.33 to 1.40, V
17 Oct 16 22  5  9.8 d    1644 B9  4.1  4.1    9-  35  35 15 270 -72N  98  31  73 +4.6 -2.3 +0.4-1.0 .493   15.3     11 22  1.4   5 56  4 382.0 945.9
   R1644 = Shang Tseang = sigma Leo
17 Oct 17 12 38 51.3 d    1728kM4  6.7  5.9s   5-  26 -10 16  93 -55N  84 150  60 +6.1 -3.8 +0.6+1.1 .436   26.1     11 59  6.7   3 23 10 384.0 904.0
   *** A light curve is desired as    1728 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201690697}
      1728 = NSV 19065, 6.67 to 6.76, V
17 Oct 17 13 38 52.6 r    1728kM4  6.7  5.9s   5-  26   3 29 100  70N 319  23 294 +6.0 -3.8 +0.9-1.2 .392  154.0     11 59  6.7   3 23 10 382.7 810.2
   *** A light curve is desired as    1728 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201690697}
      1728 = NSV 19065, 6.67 to 6.76, V
17 Oct 23  2 59 44.2 d    2352pF0  7.0        10+  37      2 251  55N  59 355  50 +1.0 -5.8 +0.0+0.2 .374   34.8     16 23 53.1 -17  3 23 402.9 889.7
   *** A light curve is desired as    2352 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 205523624}
      2352 is double: AB 7.6 7.8 0.058" 196.9, dT = -0.12sec
      2352 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Oct 23 19 31 19.1 d    2448cK1  6.3  5.6   15+  46  54 31 134  11S 171 216 166 +1.6 -5.5 -0.5-4.2 .163  -62.1 .01 17  2 52.0 -18 54 27 400.9 678.0
   R2448 = 29 Ophiuchi
      2448 is double: ** 7.2 7.2 0.10" 270.0, dT = -0.09sec
      2448 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc  40). Observations are highly desired
17 Oct 25  1 30 42   D    2591cK0  6.2  5.5   24+  58 -11 34 221  17S 161 121 162 -1.1 -4.5 +4.5-8.3 .089  -73.8 .02 18  1  2.0 -20 20 14 401.6 621.4
17 Oct 25  1 43 24   Gr   2591cK0  6.2  5.5   24+  58     32 ** GRAZE: CA  1.6S; Dist. 82km in az. 160deg. [Lat = 23.35+0.33(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Oct 25  1 55 23   r    2591cK0  6.2  5.5   24+  59     30 226 -14S 192 147 193 -1.2 -4.5 -0.7+7.0 .093 -106.1 .02 18  1  2.0 -20 20 14 402.0 650.7
17 Oct 25 22 34 41.3 d    2729cB9  6.9  6.9E  32+  69  27 42 155  75N  69  93  75 -1.6 -3.6 +3.0+1.4 .266   24.2     18 48 54.2 -20 15  7 400.5 566.7
      2729 is double: ** 7.1 7.9      350.0, dT = 0.00sec
      2729 = V0356 Sgr, 6.84 to 7.66, V, Type EA/DS:, Period 8.8961 days, Phase 86 %
17 Oct 26  0  1 19.6 d    2734wK2  5.2  4.5   32+  69   9 46 183  86N  80  77  86 -2.0 -3.6 +3.1+0.4 .277    7.7 .01 18 50 42.0 -20 18  5 400.1 542.4
   R2734 = 29 Sagittarii
      2734 is double: AB 5.2 14.0 13.2"   0.0
17 Oct 26  1  7 30.0 D  187349SG0  6.8  6.4V  32+  69  -6 42 203  85N  79  56  85 -2.3 -3.5 +2.7+0.1 .291    4.5     18 52  1.8 -20 16 17 400.3 566.6
    187349 is triple: ** 8.3 8.3 0.050" 350.0, dT = 0.00sec : AB 7.0 7.6 93" 100.8, dT = +297sec
    187349 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1554). Observations are highly desired
    187349 = BB Sgr, 6.55 to 7.3, V, Type DCEP, Period 6.63699 days, Phase 61 %
17 Oct 26  1 44  6.8 r    2734wK2  5.2  4.5   32+  69     38 214 -85N 269 236 275 -2.5 -3.5 +2.5-0.5 .305  172.9     18 50 42.0 -20 18  5 400.7 596.4
   R2734 = 29 Sagittarii
      2734 is double: AB 5.2 14.0 13.2"   0.0
17 Oct 26  2 42 34.2 r  187349SG0  6.8  6.4V  33+  70     30 226 -90S 264 219 270 -2.7 -3.6 +1.8-0.5 .339  176.1     18 52  1.8 -20 16 17 401.4 661.2
    187349 is triple: ** 8.3 8.3 0.050" 350.0, dT = -0.01sec : AB 7.0 7.6 93" 100.8, dT = +262sec
    187349 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1554). Observations are highly desired
    187349 = BB Sgr, 6.55 to 7.3, V, Type DCEP, Period 6.63699 days, Phase 61 %
17 Oct 27 21 12 10.2 d    2981SB4  5.1  5.1   50+  90  42 16 119  78N  65 122  80 -3.8 -1.3 +1.3+1.8 .368   22.7     20 28 19.3 -18  9  5 398.7 771.4
   R2981 = pi Capricorni
      2981 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 5.3 7.9 0.10" 104.0, dT = +0.21sec : AB 5.1 8.5 3.3" 150.2, dT = +0.7sec : AC 5.2 14.1 42"  39.6, dT = +104sec
      2981 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Oct 27 22 27 39.8 r    2981SB4  5.1  5.1   50+  90  28 30 130 -58N 288 335 303 -4.0 -1.2 +1.7+0.1 .316  156.9     20 28 19.3 -18  9  5 397.1 661.3
   R2981 = pi Capricorni
      2981 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 5.3 7.9 0.10" 104.0, dT = +0.32sec : AB 5.1 8.5 3.3" 150.2, dT = +8sec : AC 5.2 14.1 42"  39.6, dT = +50sec
      2981 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Nov  1  9 53  1.8 d      12 B8  6.4  6.5s  89+ 142     11 262  40N  13 308  37 -7.4 +4.3 +0.0+2.7 .303   54.7     24  8 39.2 - 2 26 58 375.6 956.3
   R12 = 4 (Ceti)/Piscium
        12 = NSV 15027, 6.43, range 0.03, V, Type ACV, Period 0.7584 days, Phase 59 %
17 Nov  2  8  3 13.5 D     128 G5  7.0  6.4   95+ 154     47 244  63N  32 337  56 -6.5 +5.4 +1.1+1.9 .362   30.1     24 58 35.1   1 52 54 367.1 745.8
17 Nov  4  4 38 32.9 d     405SF1  4.3  4.1S 100- 175     51 104 -43N 115 180 133 -2.9 +6.9 +2.6-0.7 .278  -52.2      2 45 55.1  10 11 16 359.1 790.3
   R405 = mu Ceti
       405 is multiple: Aa,Ad     2.6 0.021" 243.0, dT = -0.05sec : Aa,Ab 4.2 6.2 0.10" 341.4, dT = -0.25sec : Aa,Ac     2.3 0.25"  63.0, dT = +0.6sec : AB 4.2 13.6 160" 342.6, dT = -391sec
       405 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       405 = NSV 909, 4.27, , Type RS:
17 Nov  4  4 54 33   Gr    405SF1  4.3  4.1S 100- 175     55 ** GRAZE: CA-81.8N; Dist.400km in az. 148deg. [Lat = 19.87+0.58(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Nov  4  5 24 32.8 r     405SF1  4.3  4.1S 100- 175     61 114 -59S 190 248 208 -3.0 +6.8 +0.3+4.0 .261 -127.7      2 45 55.1  10 11 16 358.4 743.6
   R405 = mu Ceti
       405 is multiple: Aa,Ad     2.6 0.021" 243.0, dT = -0.05sec : Aa,Ab 4.2 6.2 0.10" 341.4, dT = +0.34sec : Aa,Ac     2.3 0.25"  63.0, dT = +0.6sec : AB 4.2 13.6 160" 342.6, dT = +543sec
       405 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       405 = NSV 909, 4.27, , Type RS:
17 Nov  5  3 18 36.1 R     526 G5  6.7  6.2   98- 165     23  84  75S 264 333 277 -0.9 +7.0 +0.5+0.9 .546  165.0      3 40 17.3  13 56 49 359.6 986.2
17 Nov  7  4 12 26.1 r     871 G8  6.7* 5.8   87- 138     10  74  29S 213 281 213 +2.8 +5.7 -0.5+2.3 .432 -134.4      5 46 14.7  18 42 32 361.41082.0
17 Nov  7 13  9 12.4 d     913cB8  5.1  5.2s  85- 134  -6 50 272 -45N  49 333  48 +1.9 +5.1 +2.2+1.4 .317   44.2      6  4 30.9  19 41 13 358.3 769.1
   R913 = 64 Orionis
       913 is double: AB 5.1 6.1 0.057"  61.4, dT = +0.18sec
       913 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       913 = NSV 2803, 5.13 to 5.16, V
17 Nov  7 14  0 18.7 r     913cB8  5.1  5.2s  85- 134   5 39 277  46N 319 244 317 +1.8 +5.1 +0.5-2.8 .346  135.7      6  4 30.9  19 41 13 359.3 841.9
   R913 = 64 Orionis
       913 is double: AB 5.1 6.1 0.057"  61.4, dT = +0.04sec
       913 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       913 = NSV 2803, 5.13 to 5.16, V
17 Nov 11 17 16 11.7 D    1487SB7  1.4  1.4s  41-  80  41 43 264 -86N 107  39  85 +5.8 -0.7 +1.3-1.3 .428    9.0     10  9 18.1  11 52 48 374.5 786.1
   R1487 = Regulus = alpha Leonis
      1487 is triple: AB 1.4 8.2 175" 307.0, dT = -385sec : AD 1.4 12.1 196" 274.0, dT = -446sec
      1487 = NSV 4750, 1.33 to 1.40, V
17 Nov 11 18 24 51.3 R    1487SB7  1.4  1.4s  41-  79  47 28 271  78N 303 234 281 +5.7 -0.7 +0.5-1.7 .481  171.0     10  9 18.1  11 52 48 376.1 887.9
   R1487 = Regulus = alpha Leonis
      1487 is triple: AB 1.4 8.2 175" 307.0, dT = -363sec : AD 1.4 12.1 196" 274.0, dT = -357sec
      1487 = NSV 4750, 1.33 to 1.40, V
17 Nov 12 20  7  4.0 d    1609SF2  4.6  4.5   30-  66  45 15 271 -52S 151  84 127 +5.7 -2.2 +0.0-2.5 .402  -38.5     11  5 54.9   7 14 27 382.0 950.9
   R1609 = chi Leonis
      1609 is quadruple: AB 4.7 11.0 4.9" 268.0, dT = -5sec : AC 4.7 10.6 253" 310.3, dT = -588sec : AD 4.7 11.7 288" 297.7, dT = -597sec
      1609 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Nov 21 18  1 27.1 d    2666DA1  4.9        10+  36  43 20 125  56S 117 171 121 -0.2 -3.9 +0.9-0.2 .363  -16.5     18 26 22.8 -20 31 44 404.0 742.4
   R2666 = 21 Sagittarii
      2666 is double: AB 5.03 7.43 1.69" 279.0, dT = -4sec
      2666 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Nov 21 19 22 25.2 r    2666DA1  4.9        10+  37  46 34 139 -90S 263 303 267 -0.4 -3.8 +2.3+1.0 .310 -163.9     18 26 22.8 -20 31 44 402.6 630.8
   R2666 = 21 Sagittarii
      2666 is double: AB 5.03 7.43 1.69" 279.0, dT = -5sec
      2666 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Nov 25  3 45  2.1 D    3091 K4  6.7  5.9   34+  72     25 237  50S 113  60 132 -6.2 +0.0 +2.1-2.2 .271  -46.3     21 10 23.6 -16 32 33 397.7 758.2
17 Nov 29  0 28  1.9 D      49 K1  6.1  5.4   73+ 118   0 42 117  44S 110 165 135 -7.3 +5.4 +2.4-0.2 .270  -47.9     24 25 24.4 - 2  7 16 375.6 735.1
17 Nov 29  1 21 26.1 r      49 K1  6.1  5.4   74+ 118 -11 52 130 -38S 192 237 217 -7.4 +5.4 +0.7+3.7 .253 -132.0     24 25 24.4 - 2  7 16 374.6 687.0
17 Nov 29  8 23 53.7 D      76 F5  5.9  5.7   75+ 121     14 263  82S  72   7  97 -8.5 +5.1 +0.4-0.2 .510   -4.8     24 36 27.9 - 0 24 30 376.2 933.7
   R76 = 14 Ceti
17 Dec  1  5 50  9.6 D  110464 K0  6.8  6.3   91+ 146     70 220  24S 129  93 149 -6.0 +6.6 +4.6-4.6 .154  -66.8      2 19 39.0   8 15 42 360.4 683.6
17 Dec  2  1 55 30.7 D     462cB8  6.0  6.0   96+ 158     34  91  47S 103 172 119 -3.8 +7.1 +1.3+0.3 .411  -37.3      3 11 38.2  11 56 18 358.9 900.4
       462 is double: ** 6.7 6.7 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.24sec
       462 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1200). Observations are highly desired
17 Dec  2  2 48 28.1 r     462cB8  6.0  6.0   96+ 158     46  98 -57S 207 275 223 -3.8 +7.0 +0.5+2.8 .378 -142.6      3 11 38.2  11 56 18 357.7 825.4
       462 is double: ** 6.7 6.7 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.12sec
       462 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1200). Observations are highly desired
17 Dec  3  4 52 10.8 d     627 K1  6.6  6.0  100+ 172     61 100  58S  73 142  82 -1.9 +6.5 +1.8+1.2 .442   -4.0      4 17 50.7  16 15 21 353.2 758.3
   Distance of 627 to Terminator = 6.3"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 Dec  3  6 47 45.1 d     636cF7  7.0*    s 100+ 173     82 170  61S  67  76  76 -2.1 +6.4 +2.3+1.1 .401    4.8      4 20 57.2  16 33 46 352.3 687.4
   R636 = 55 Tauri
       636 is double: AB 7.26 8.62 0.61"  10.6, dT = +0.8sec
       636 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       636 = NSV 15952, 6.88, range 0.01, V, Type BY:
   Distance of 636 to Terminator = 5.7"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 Dec  3  8 57 37.4 D     650cA1  5.6  5.5s 100+ 173     61 262  62S  62 351  71 -2.4 +6.3 +2.0+0.7 .407   16.4      4 24 27.5  16 48 58 352.9 726.7
   R650 = 63 Tauri
       650 is double: ** 5.9 7.9      350.0, dT = 0.00sec
       650 = NSV 15964, 5.64, range 0.02, V, Type VAR:
   Distance of 650 to Terminator = 4.9"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 Dec  3 10  9 47.2 r     650cA1  5.6  5.5s 100+ 174     44 270 -23N 278 206 287 -2.6 +6.3 +1.4-1.1 .449  163.4      4 24 27.5  16 48 58 353.9 804.8
   R650 = 63 Tauri
       650 is double: ** 5.9 7.9      350.0, dT = 0.00sec
       650 = NSV 15964, 5.64, range 0.02, V, Type VAR:
17 Dec  3 10 58 57.8 d   93938 K5  6.9  6.1  100+ 174     34 275  87S  32 320  40 -2.6 +6.3 +1.5+2.1 .313   51.9      4 27 53.6  17  3 58 354.7 871.7
   Distance of 93938 to Terminator = 5.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
17 Dec  5  7 10  7   Gr    995SB6  4.1  4.2v  96- 156     66 ** GRAZE: CA 17.1N; Dist.209km in az. 165deg. [Lat = 22.18+0.24(E.Long+110.33)]
   Distance of 995 to Terminator = 10.7"; to 3km sunlit peak = 2.0"
17 Dec  5  7 11 24   M     995SB6  4.1  4.2v  96- 156     66  94  17N 354  70 349 +2.5 +4.4 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      6 30  2.1  20 11 50 352.5 719.2
   R995 = nu Geminorum
       995 is multiple: Aa,Ab 4.1 5.1 0.09" 126.0 : AP 4.1 15.1 24.7" 359.1 : AD 4.1 12.9 53"  56.0 : AQ 4.1 13.9 55"  14.1
       995 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       995 = HIP 30883, 4.13, range 0.00, 7V, Type VAR, Period 0.10732 days
   Distance of 995 to Terminator = 7.8"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.4"
17 Dec  6  5 19 51.1 R    1135 K0  6.7  6.1   90- 143     27  79  44N 328  41 318 +4.7 +3.1 +1.8-2.4 .254  118.5      7 30 34.0  19 35 35 357.8 926.5
17 Dec  8  7 30  6   m    1415WA1  6.3  6.3   71- 115     29  86  -8S 190 261 170 +7.3 -0.4 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      9 36 51.2  14 17 52 367.1 859.2
   R1415 = 7 Leonis
      1415 is double: AB 6.3 9.4 41"  90.2
17 Dec  8  7 30 21   Gr   1415WA1  6.3  6.3   71- 115     29 ** GRAZE: CA -8.2S; Dist. 56km in az. 352deg. [Lat = 24.64+0.13(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Dec  8  8 14 54.4 d    1420 F2  6.6  6.4   71- 114     38  90 -46S 152 223 132 +7.3 -0.5 +1.5-2.5 .286  -50.2      9 38 59.5  14 15 53 366.4 793.4
   R1420 = 11 Leonis
17 Dec  8  9  4 53.6 R    1420 F2  6.6  6.4   70- 114     50  96  35S 234 304 214 +7.2 -0.5 +1.9+3.1 .263 -129.7      9 38 59.5  14 15 53 365.7 730.4
   R1420 = 11 Leonis
17 Dec  8 11 42  5.1 d    1434wM2  5.4  4.5s  70- 113     79 161 -72S 127 145 107 +6.7 -0.6 +2.2-1.7 .355  -14.4 .01  9 44 42.0  13 56 17 364.9 648.8
   R1434 = psi Leonis
      1434 is double: AB 5.5 11.6 284" 138.9, dT = +783sec
      1434 = NSV 4594, 5.35 to 5.39, V, Type LB
17 Dec  8 13  7 30.3 R    1434wM2  5.4  4.5s  69- 113 -10 70 242  82S 281 225 260 +6.5 -0.5 +2.4-0.9 .373 -166.1 .01  9 44 42.0  13 56 17 365.4 682.0
   R1434 = psi Leonis
      1434 is double: AB 5.5 11.6 284" 138.9, dT = +602sec
      1434 = NSV 4594, 5.35 to 5.39, V, Type LB
17 Dec 10  7 41 19.3 r    1648 G5  6.9  6.5   49-  89      6  85  19S 222 288 197 +8.4 -3.5 -0.2+4.2 .228 -115.3     11 24  9.9   6 29 17 380.9 986.2
17 Dec 11  8 22 27.3 r    1758 G5  6.9  6.4   39-  77      3  89  55S 259 326 235 +8.2 -4.7 +0.0+1.2 .459 -150.2     12 14 49.7   2  9 44 386.7 991.1
17 Dec 13 13 19 59   m    2005 G5  7.0  6.4   19-  52  -8 42 125  -6N  30  79  10 +6.8 -6.1 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     13 59 55.0 - 7  0 33 392.6 694.8
17 Dec 15 14 46 53   Gr   2223SK0  3.9  3.4    6-  29   8 35 ** GRAZE: CA  4.4S; Dist.194km in az.  31deg. [Lat = 26.17-0.55(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Dec 15 14 47 45   M    2223SK0  3.9  3.4    6-  29   9 36 132   5S 207 251 193 +4.8 -6.2 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     15 36 30.0 -14 50 41 399.1 686.3
   R2223 = gamma Librae
      2223 is triple: Aa,Ab 4.0 4.2 0.10" 191.0 : AB 4.0 11.2 43" 157.2
      2223 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
17 Dec 15 16 21 33   m    2231 K1  6.8  6.2    6-  28  26 49 157  -5N  26  48  13 +4.5 -6.1 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     15 39 27.3 -14 34 18 398.2 600.8
17 Dec 15 21  7 40.9 r    2245 K0  6.3* 5.7    5-  27  36 23 240  44N 337 282 325 +3.3 -5.9 +1.7-4.1 .209  124.2     15 44 23.4 -15  5 46 400.9 721.1
17 Dec 21 23 46  3   m    3041wK3  6.2  5.5   12+  40  10 42 212   6S 158 128 175 -4.6 -0.2 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     20 50 19.6 -17 58  9 399.3 615.7
      3041 is double: AB 6.2 12.9 34" 251.2
17 Dec 21 23 46 17   Gr   3041wK3  6.2  5.5   12+  40  10 41 ** GRAZE: CA  6.4S; Dist. 46km in az. 329deg. [Lat = 24.61+0.55(E.Long+110.33)]
17 Dec 23  3  8 54.0 D    3181SA7  6.0  5.8   19+  52     18 244  66S  96  37 117 -6.4 +1.1 +1.1-1.1 .370  -29.8     21 44 58.0 -14 40  3 398.6 824.0
   R3181 = 45 Capricorni
      3181 is triple: ** 6.7 6.7 0.050" 350.0, dT = -0.04sec : AB 5.4 9.5 4.3" 229.0, dT = -8sec
      3181 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1610). Observations are highly desired
17 Dec 23  3 29  2   m    3177cA9  5.9  5.7   19+  52     14 247  -5N 337 276 358 -6.4 +1.1 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     21 44  1.4 -14 19  4 399.0 857.0
   R3177 = 44 Capricorni
      3177 is double: ** 6.8 6.8 0.10"  90.0
      3177 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1608). Observations are highly desired
17 Dec 25  1 10 37   M    3421cM3  4.9  4.1v  36+  74  -7 56 201 -10N 328 309 352 -7.7 +3.9 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     23 17 45.7 - 7 37 48 387.5 621.0
   R3421 = chi Aquarii
      3421 is double: AB     0.5 0.003"  39.4
      3421 = khi Aqr, 4.75 to 5.10, V, Type SR, Period 35.250 days
17 Dec 26  4 37 26   M      20 G5  6.7  6.2   47+  87     34 248   5S 152  94 177 -8.6 +5.0 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     24 12  4.1 - 3 13 24 383.2 770.9
17 Dec 29  2 24 28.4 D     405SF1  4.3  4.1S  78+ 124     68 126  70S  89 137 106 -6.4 +7.0 +2.6+0.4 .351  -27.3      2 45 55.2  10 11 15 363.4 696.1
   R405 = mu Ceti
       405 is multiple: Aa,Ad     2.6 0.021" 243.0, dT = -0.05sec : Aa,Ab 4.2 6.2 0.10" 341.0, dT = -0.09sec : Aa,Ac     2.3 0.25"  63.0, dT = +0.6sec : AB 4.2 13.6 160" 342.6, dT = -126sec
       405 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       405 = NSV 909, 4.27, , Type RS:
17 Dec 29  3 40 30.7 R     405SF1  4.3  4.1S  78+ 125     76 185 -56S 215 210 232 -6.6 +6.9 +1.6+2.5 .335 -152.3      2 45 55.2  10 11 15 362.8 666.3
   R405 = mu Ceti
       405 is multiple: Aa,Ad     2.6 0.021" 243.0, dT = -0.06sec : Aa,Ab 4.2 6.2 0.10" 341.0, dT = +0.18sec : Aa,Ac     2.3 0.25"  63.0, dT = +0.7sec : AB 4.2 13.6 160" 342.6, dT = +294sec
       405 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       405 = NSV 909, 4.27, , Type RS:
17 Dec 30  0 34  2.6 d     526 G5  6.7  6.2   87+ 137   1 34  89  75N  56 126  69 -4.7 +7.1 +0.6+1.7 .501   10.8      3 40 17.6  13 56 48 360.7 893.0
17 Dec 30 23 33  7.0 R     692SK5  0.9* 0.1v  93+ 150  13 10  76 -49S 212 279 219 -2.8 +6.7 -0.4+2.2 .471 -138.5 .06  4 36 57.8  16 32 32 359.11095.7
   R692 = Aldebaran = alpha Tauri
       692 is multiple: AB 0.9 13.6 31" 114.1, dT = +9sec : AE 0.9 12.0 37" 321.6, dT = +27sec : AC 0.9 11.3 136"  31.9, dT = +288sec : AF 0.9 13.6 253" 120.4, dT = +13sec
       692 = alf Tau, 0.86 to 0.89, V, Type LB:

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