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(distance in km which will *NOT* include all TNO's)
Event Summary for Longitude -106.01   Latitude 35.71
     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  '   "           #
2014 Sep 30    6 31.8    63 0.030   4.3s 11.2  4.6  5.0   95     TYC 0142-00016-1    1330 Spiridonia             3   494        0%   33  161   6  5 26.378   6  5  9.57        73
2014 Sep 30   10 13.2    30 0.016   1.1s  9.7  5.6  5.6   77     TYC 0771-00066-1     968 Petunia               35    76       10%   35  149   7 23 44.296  12  4 47.91        75
2014 Oct  2    2 58.5   216 0.122  11.6s 12.2 0.34 0.26   88     TYC 6266-02813-1      39 Laetitia       ISAM   30   254       38%   53    6  18 30 23.107 -16 28 53.72        87
2014 Oct  4    6 41.0    77 0.042   6.4s 11.7  3.2  2.9  132     TYC 3294-01830-1    1241 Dysona         ISAM   66   230        0%   77   93   2 22 48.820  46 23 51.41       107
2014 Oct  7    7 41.6    43 0.021   2.8s 11.7  2.8  2.8   89     2UCAC 38056225       125 Liberatrix     ISAM   18   495        0%   98  106   7  1 48.001  17 45 24.68       129
2014 Oct  8    3  4.1    64 0.032   3.0s 12.5  1.4  1.4   80     2UCAC 25160684       179 Klytaemnestra         24   211       11%  100   95  18 21 47.169 -17 50 10.84       138
2014 Oct 11    9 58.6    53 0.028   4.6s  9.4  6.3  6.1   96     TYC 1331-01593-1     527 Euryanthe             50   479        0%   89   45   6 50 45.732  16  9 39.16       166
2014 Oct 12    2 32.2    70 0.039   5.4s 11.6  3.3  3.3  100     2UCAC 22118784       861 Aida                  29   161       14%   84  127  20  4 37.251 -24  8 10.60       170
2014 Oct 12    7 59.5   169 0.096  11.5s 11.7  1.8  1.8   96     2UCAC 34996116       238 Hypatia               23   143       17%   82   35   6 50  0.260   9 21  8.46       172
2014 Oct 13    9 18.1    47 0.026   3.1s 13.0  1.4  1.4   90     2UCAC 39477100       432 Pythia                40   101       11%   73   27   7 24 38.630  21 49 38.82       180
2014 Oct 16    1 57.3   116 0.071  11.3s 12.0  1.7  1.5  145     TYC 0582-00414-1     156 Xanthippe             45   433        0%   47  126  23  3  5.343   7  0  3.40       197
2014 Oct 16    9 29.4    82 0.060   6.6s 13.3  0.9  0.9  162     2UCAC 31618313       559 Nanon                 47   392        0%   44   85   2 25 23.306 - 0 22 35.60       199
2014 Oct 18   12 40.3   120 0.059   5.8s  9.5  4.3  4.3   87     TYC 4836-01924-1     176 Iduna                 52   124  -7   23%   25   31   7 45 32.675 - 2  6 37.77       213
2014 Oct 20    2 37.5    36 0.023   2.6s 11.1  4.9  5.2  175     TYC 1205-01628-1    5022 Roccapalumba          30   332        1%   14  134   1 43 24.990  15  6 46.98       223
2014 Oct 20    4  5.5    39 0.044   4.5s 13.2  0.6  0.6  161     2UCAC 32135015       757 Portlandia            49   344        0%   13  156   0 30  4.726   1 25 15.57       224
2014 Oct 22    9 17.2    73 0.031   2.4s 11.9  3.8  4.0   62     TYC 1412-01176-1     734 Benda                 12    28       33%    2   45  10  1  9.554  16 37 40.76       235
2014 Oct 24    6 22.4    93 0.057   9.3s 11.5  1.1  1.3  103     TYC 1358-01476-1     346 Hermentaria           14   212        0%    0  107   7 18 26.951  21 13 57.33       248
2014 Oct 26    7 37.8    82 0.060   6.4s 13.1  1.0  1.0  166     2UCAC 31264696       559 Nanon                 52    88       26%    6  149   2 17  1.804 - 1  6 14.74       259
2014 Oct 27    5 14.8   135 0.070  39.5s 11.8  2.2  2.2  120     TYC 5807-00670-1     489 Comacina              35   184       19%   12   80  22 23 49.218 -10 38 38.52       269
2014 Oct 28    1 25.8   150 0.086   7.4s 10.8  2.4  2.6   89     TYC 7464-00898-1     247 Eukrate               20    69       61%   18   43  20 40 29.923 -34 22 59.09       273
2014 Oct 28    6 54.1    43 0.036   4.2s 11.8  1.7  1.7  166     2UCAC 34392046       332 Siri                  59   140        6%   20  112   1 16 12.719   7 33 29.17       275
2014 Oct 28    9 59.9    93 0.031   3.0s 10.2  5.5  5.4   57     TYC 0842-01345-1    1268 Libya                 14    20       39%   21  112  10 40 28.698  10 17 18.30       277
2014 Oct 30    0 17.2   175 0.075   5.1s 11.1  2.4  2.3   57     TYC 6852-03917-1     259 Aletheia              24   247  -2   37%   38   20  18 17 12.939 -27 19 54.66       288
2014 Oct 30    9 38.8    12 0.022   2.6s 10.5  3.4  3.2  131     TYC 3650-00739-1    3401 Vanphilos             32   493        0%   42   83  23 43 37.550  51 36 23.42       291
2014 Nov  2    4 14.2    92 0.047   4.3s 11.3  3.3  3.0   83     TYC 6340-00835-1     143 Adria                 14   429        0%   73   35  20 21 41.332 -21 29 13.32       302
2014 Nov  2   10 48.6    20 0.028   2.8s  8.4  5.7  5.8  167     HIP  14421          5176 Yoichi                34   359        0%   76   66   3  6 11.083   4 49 24.69       303
2014 Nov  3    7 35.8    21 0.015   1.7s  9.4  7.0  6.8  161     TYC 1748-01857-1    1231 Auricula              60   295        0%   84   35   1 18 28.988  22 30 56.12       310
2014 Nov  4    2 52.8    91 0.030   8.2s 12.3  3.8  3.8  142     2UCAC 36948244      2207 Antenor                2   346        9%   90   75   5 14  8.810  14 52 37.18       314
2014 Nov  4   10  7.7    28 0.029   3.7s 12.3  1.2  1.2  142     UCAC4-694-026490    1659 Punkaharju     ISAM   65    26       24%   92   63   4  3 57.150  48 47  1.28       317
2014 Nov  4   10 33.2    56 0.046   4.2s 12.1  0.8  0.8  153     TYC 1739-01221-1     480 Hansa                 18   381        0%   92   19   0 49 12.206  23 18 31.16       318
2014 Nov  8    2 57.7   149 0.093  12.2s 13.1  1.0  1.0  156     4UC 463-002104       225 Henrietta             42   461        1%   98   38   1 33 54.841   2 31 56.80       335
2014 Nov  8    6 51.9    13 0.012   1.4s 11.0  4.2  4.8  105     TYC 1936-00915-1     571 Dulcinea              23    67        5%   98   58   8 16 30.985  26 51  9.39       338
2014 Nov  8    7  0.1    25 0.018   4.2s 12.3  2.2  2.2  141     2UCAC 40648858       321 Florentina     ISAM   56   463        0%   98   22   5 34 58.329  25 14 23.57       337
2014 Nov  9    3 46.6    13 0.010   0.5s  9.2  6.7  6.8   81     TYC 6335-00962-1     939 Isberga               20    25       10%   94  126  20 41 28.201 -17 37 47.08       347
2014 Nov 10   10 22.6    60 0.039   5.5s 12.5  2.5  2.5  151     2UCAC 33696078      1262 Sniadeckia            52   143        4%   86   22   4 50 18.383   5 51  5.65       354
2014 Nov 11   11 56.8    50 0.038   8.4s 11.2  3.3  3.3  142     TYC 1307-00297-1     743 Eugenisis             55     3       52%   78   17   5 48 59.417  20 26  4.72       359
2014 Nov 11   12  2.2    42 0.019   1.9s  7.7  9.1  8.9   79     HIP  48989          2307 Garuda                52   425        0%   78   46   9 59 42.209   5 13 17.75       358
2014 Nov 12    4 37.5   106 0.111  14.7s 12.4 0.11 0.11  155     2UCAC 39439717        23 Thalia         ISAM   37   241        0%   73   38   4 55 58.537  21 47  5.02       367
2014 Nov 12    9  4.2    21 0.015   2.2s  7.2  9.6  9.3  152     HIP   8661          5304 Bazhenov              27   327        0%   71   89   1 51 36.448 - 2 38 16.58       369
2014 Nov 14    4 32.6    28 0.030   3.4s 10.2  2.8  3.1  148     TYC 3334-01146-1    1659 Punkaharju     ISAM   56   104        0%   54   75   3 52 19.398  49 14 58.17       377
2014 Nov 17    1 55.5   197 0.253  26.4s 12.5 0.02 0.01  152     TYC 5304-01059-1       6 Hebe           ISAM    4   176        5%   28  113   3 49 16.209 - 8 55  7.15       396
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 -106.01   Latitude 35.71
     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  '   "           #
2014 Sep 30    6 31.8    63 0.030   4.3s 11.2  4.6  5.0   95     TYC 0142-00016-1    1330 Spiridonia             3   0.2        0%   33  161   6  5 26.378   6  5  9.57        73
2014 Sep 30   10 13.2    30 0.016   1.1s  9.7  5.6  5.6   77     TYC 0771-00066-1     968 Petunia               35   0.0       10%   35  149   7 23 44.296  12  4 47.91        75
2014 Oct  2    2 58.5   216 0.122  11.6s 12.2 0.34 0.26   88     TYC 6266-02813-1      39 Laetitia       ISAM   30   0.1       38%   53    6  18 30 23.107 -16 28 53.72        87
2014 Oct  3    2 51.4    83 0.052   5.1s 12.2  0.9  0.9   94     2UCAC 23239021       103 Hera                  28   0.2        0%   65   14  18 58 44.678 -21 47 48.93        94
2014 Oct  4    6 41.0    77 0.042   6.4s 11.7  3.2  2.9  132     TYC 3294-01830-1    1241 Dysona         ISAM   66   0.1        0%   77   93   2 22 48.820  46 23 51.41       107
2014 Oct  4   10 49.8    64 0.045   5.4s 11.9  2.6  2.6  101     2UCAC 40991855   V   207 Hedda                 69   0.4        0%   79  134   6  2 25.018  26  9 44.53       109
2014 Oct  4   12 44.2   134 0.100  10.1s 11.0  2.0  1.6  102     TYC 2410-01358-1      81 Terpsichore           81   0.4  -5    0%   79  130   5 55  4.992  31 57 54.49       110
2014 Oct  5    6 17.5   125 0.078  12.7s 11.4  1.0  1.2  101     TYC 6889-01697-1      27 Euterpe        ISAM    4   0.5        0%   86   35  19 40  2.207 -22 40 19.21       116
2014 Oct  7    2 21.6    78 0.038   4.0s 12.6  2.6  2.6   87     2UCAC 24694704       552 Sigelinde             31   0.3        0%   97   75  18 43 23.782 -18 38 30.99       127
2014 Oct  7    2 44.0   117 0.053   4.1s 12.3  2.1  2.1   67     2UCAC 24880997        34 Circe          ISAM   19   0.1        8%   97   94  17 22 18.589 -18  4 57.70       128
2014 Oct  7    7 41.6    43 0.021   2.8s 11.7  2.8  2.8   89     2UCAC 38056225       125 Liberatrix     ISAM   18   0.2        0%   98  106   7  1 48.001  17 45 24.68       129
2014 Oct  8    3  4.1    64 0.032   3.0s 12.5  1.4  1.4   80     2UCAC 25160684       179 Klytaemnestra         24   0.1       11%  100   95  18 21 47.169 -17 50 10.84       138
2014 Oct  9    1 45.1   160 0.116   8.4s  9.3  2.8  2.5   93     TYC 6308-00865-1      54 Alexandra      ISAM   32   0.4        0%   99   96  19 18 53.170 -21 42  6.82       149
2014 Oct 10   12 50.0   102 0.029  17.2s 11.8  5.0  5.0  127     2UCAC 38922981      2674 Pandarus              55   0.4  -2    0%   94   26   4 37 14.236  20 11 36.98       158
2014 Oct 11    9 58.6    53 0.028   4.6s  9.4  6.3  6.1   96     TYC 1331-01593-1     527 Euryanthe             50   0.2        0%   89   45   6 50 45.732  16  9 39.16       166
2014 Oct 12    2 32.2    70 0.039   5.4s 11.6  3.3  3.3  100     2UCAC 22118784       861 Aida                  29   0.1       14%   84  127  20  4 37.251 -24  8 10.60       170
2014 Oct 12    7 59.5   169 0.096  11.5s 11.7  1.8  1.8   96     2UCAC 34996116       238 Hypatia               23   0.1       17%   82   35   6 50  0.260   9 21  8.46       172
2014 Oct 13    9 18.1    47 0.026   3.1s 13.0  1.4  1.4   90     2UCAC 39477100       432 Pythia                40   0.1       11%   73   27   7 24 38.630  21 49 38.82       180
2014 Oct 16    1 57.3   116 0.071  11.3s 12.0  1.7  1.5  145     TYC 0582-00414-1     156 Xanthippe             45   0.2        0%   47  126  23  3  5.343   7  0  3.40       197
2014 Oct 16    5 21.5    87 0.062   6.9s 12.0  1.7  1.8  155     TYC 2300-00281-1     773 Irmintraud            71   0.4        0%   46   87   1 27  2.914  34 16  9.38       198
2014 Oct 16    9 29.4    82 0.060   6.6s 13.3  0.9  0.9  162     2UCAC 31618313       559 Nanon                 47   0.3        0%   44   85   2 25 23.306 - 0 22 35.60       199
2014 Oct 18   12 40.3   120 0.059   5.8s  9.5  4.3  4.3   87     TYC 4836-01924-1     176 Iduna                 52   0.1  -7   23%   25   31   7 45 32.675 - 2  6 37.77       213
2014 Oct 20    2 37.5    36 0.023   2.6s 11.1  4.9  5.2  175     TYC 1205-01628-1    5022 Roccapalumba          30   0.1        1%   14  134   1 43 24.990  15  6 46.98       223
2014 Oct 20    4  5.5    39 0.044   4.5s 13.2  0.6  0.6  161     2UCAC 32135015       757 Portlandia            49   0.3        0%   13  156   0 30  4.726   1 25 15.57       224
2014 Oct 21   10 22.8    96 0.040   3.1s 13.2  2.0  2.0   63     2UCAC 38974856       567 Eleutheria            26   0.3        0%    6   35  10  2 31.139  20 21 29.44       228
2014 Oct 22    9 17.2    73 0.031   2.4s 11.9  3.8  4.0   62     TYC 1412-01176-1     734 Benda                 12   0.0       33%    2   45  10  1  9.554  16 37 40.76       235
2014 Oct 22    9 29.1    70 0.032   3.0s 11.5  3.8  3.5   80     TYC 2492-01091-1    1567 Alikoski              34   0.3        0%    2   64   9  3 27.426  32  9 36.68       237
2014 Oct 24    6 22.4    93 0.057   9.3s 11.5  1.1  1.3  103     TYC 1358-01476-1     346 Hermentaria           14   0.1        0%    0  107   7 18 26.951  21 13 57.33       248
2014 Oct 26    5 21.4    47 0.038   4.3s 12.0  1.5  1.5  168     TYC 0030-00278-1     592 Bathseba              50   0.3        0%    6  145   1 51 29.805   0 14 39.70       258
2014 Oct 26    7 37.8    82 0.060   6.4s 13.1  1.0  1.0  166     2UCAC 31264696       559 Nanon                 52   0.1       26%    6  149   2 17  1.804 - 1  6 14.74       259
2014 Oct 27    5 14.8   135 0.070  39.5s 11.8  2.2  2.2  120     TYC 5807-00670-1     489 Comacina              35   0.1       19%   12   80  22 23 49.218 -10 38 38.52       269
2014 Oct 28    1 25.8   150 0.086   7.4s 10.8  2.4  2.6   89     TYC 7464-00898-1     247 Eukrate               20   0.0       61%   18   43  20 40 29.923 -34 22 59.09       273
2014 Oct 28    6 54.1    43 0.036   4.2s 11.8  1.7  1.7  166     2UCAC 34392046       332 Siri                  59   0.1        6%   20  112   1 16 12.719   7 33 29.17       275
2014 Oct 28    9 59.9    93 0.031   3.0s 10.2  5.5  5.4   57     TYC 0842-01345-1    1268 Libya                 14   0.0       39%   21  112  10 40 28.698  10 17 18.30       277
2014 Oct 30    0 17.2   175 0.075   5.1s 11.1  2.4  2.3   57     TYC 6852-03917-1     259 Aletheia              24   0.0  -2   37%   38   20  18 17 12.939 -27 19 54.66       288
2014 Oct 31   11 52.7    57 0.026   3.2s 11.1  4.8  5.0   86     TYC 2493-00321-1     436 Patricia       ISAM   66   0.3        0%   54  159   9 21 48.133  32 28 29.97       297
2014 Nov  2    4 14.2    92 0.047   4.3s 11.3  3.3  3.0   83     TYC 6340-00835-1     143 Adria                 14   0.2        0%   73   35  20 21 41.332 -21 29 13.32       302
2014 Nov  2   10 48.6    20 0.028   2.8s  8.4  5.7  5.8  167     HIP  14421          5176 Yoichi                34   0.4        0%   76   66   3  6 11.083   4 49 24.69       303
2014 Nov  3    7 35.8    21 0.015   1.7s  9.4  7.0  6.8  161     TYC 1748-01857-1    1231 Auricula              60   0.2        0%   84   35   1 18 28.988  22 30 56.12       310
2014 Nov  4    2 52.8    91 0.030   8.2s 12.3  3.8  3.8  142     2UCAC 36948244      2207 Antenor                2   0.1        9%   90   75   5 14  8.810  14 52 37.18       314
2014 Nov  4    5 58.3   145 0.006   7.4s 13.0  9.6  9.6  147     2UCAC 32808063         0 2001 QE298            53   0.1        0%   91    2   0 30 16.677   3 21 57.00       315
2014 Nov  4   10  7.7    28 0.029   3.7s 12.3  1.2  1.2  142     UCAC4-694-026490    1659 Punkaharju     ISAM   65   0.0       24%   92   63   4  3 57.150  48 47  1.28       317
2014 Nov  4   10 33.2    56 0.046   4.2s 12.1  0.8  0.8  153     TYC 1739-01221-1     480 Hansa                 18   0.3        0%   92   19   0 49 12.206  23 18 31.16       318
2014 Nov  6    2 10.1    94 0.056   6.9s 12.4  1.6  1.6  177     2UCAC 38196158       401 Ottilia               25   0.4        0%   99   14   2 55 24.645  18 12 17.00       328
2014 Nov  8    0 49.1   184 0.063   7.1s 12.1  2.2  2.2   70     2UCAC 23508375       334 Chicago               31   0.3  -9    0%   98  124  19 47 54.303 -21  2 35.62       334
2014 Nov  8    2 57.7   149 0.093  12.2s 13.1  1.0  1.0  156     4UC 463-002104       225 Henrietta             42   0.2        1%   98   38   1 33 54.841   2 31 56.80       335
2014 Nov  8    6 51.9    13 0.012   1.4s 11.0  4.2  4.8  105     TYC 1936-00915-1     571 Dulcinea              23   0.1        5%   98   58   8 16 30.985  26 51  9.39       338
2014 Nov  8    7  0.1    25 0.018   4.2s 12.3  2.2  2.2  141     2UCAC 40648858       321 Florentina     ISAM   56   0.3        0%   98   22   5 34 58.329  25 14 23.57       337
2014 Nov  9    3 46.6    13 0.010   0.5s  9.2  6.7  6.8   81     TYC 6335-00962-1     939 Isberga               20   0.0       10%   94  126  20 41 28.201 -17 37 47.08       347
2014 Nov 10   10 22.6    60 0.039   5.5s 12.5  2.5  2.5  151     2UCAC 33696078      1262 Sniadeckia            52   0.1        4%   86   22   4 50 18.383   5 51  5.65       354
2014 Nov 11   11 56.8    50 0.038   8.4s 11.2  3.3  3.3  142     TYC 1307-00297-1     743 Eugenisis             55   0.0       52%   78   17   5 48 59.417  20 26  4.72       359
2014 Nov 11   12  2.2    42 0.019   1.9s  7.7  9.1  8.9   79     HIP  48989          2307 Garuda                52   0.2        0%   78   46   9 59 42.209   5 13 17.75       358
2014 Nov 12    4 37.5   106 0.111  14.7s 12.4 0.11 0.11  155     2UCAC 39439717        23 Thalia         ISAM   37   0.3        0%   73   38   4 55 58.537  21 47  5.02       367
2014 Nov 12    9  4.2    21 0.015   2.2s  7.2  9.6  9.3  152     HIP   8661          5304 Bazhenov              27   0.2        0%   71   89   1 51 36.448 - 2 38 16.58       369
2014 Nov 13   12  6.8   208 0.078   6.1s  9.8  3.9  3.8   50     TYC 4938-00817-1      85 Io             ISAM   27   0.3        0%   61   53  11 56  7.647 - 6  5 29.68       373
2014 Nov 14    4 32.6    28 0.030   3.4s 10.2  2.8  3.1  148     TYC 3334-01146-1    1659 Punkaharju     ISAM   56   0.1        0%   54   75   3 52 19.398  49 14 58.17       377
2014 Nov 16    2 46.9   108 0.059   3.5s 10.8  1.6  1.6   66     TYC 5746-00664-1     230 Athamantis     ISAM   22   0.3        0%   36  139  19 57 17.910 -12  0  9.23       386
2014 Nov 17    1 55.5   197 0.253  26.4s 12.5 0.02 0.01  152     TYC 5304-01059-1       6 Hebe           ISAM    4   0.2        5%   28  113   3 49 16.209 - 8 55  7.15       396
These events are sorted from www.asteroidoccultation.com by Steve Preston

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GRAZES
Grazing Occultations near Sunflower Obs
E. Longitude -106  0 49.9,  Latitude  35 42 33.0,  Alt. 2092m;  Telescope dia 20cm;  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 
14 Nov 18 10 19 39 Gr   1787cF2  6.2  6.0v  16-  48      5 ** GRAZE: CA -1.1S; Dist. 22km in az. 188deg. [Lat = 35.51-0.12(E.Long+106.01)]
14 Nov 18 12 45 11 Gr   1798 G9  6.2  5.7   16-  47     30 ** GRAZE: CA  4.0S; Dist.153km in az.  23deg. [Lat = 37.20-0.34(E.Long+106.01)]
14 Dec  7  4 42 24 Gr    832 M2  4.3  3.2v  99- 170     49 ** GRAZE: CA 34.3N; Dist.288km in az. 160deg. [Lat = 32.95+0.30(E.Long+106.01)]
14 Dec  9  4  9 16 Gr   1106SA3  3.6  3.5s  92- 148     21 ** GRAZE: CA-14.8S; Dist.305km in az. 162deg. [Lat = 32.82+0.26(E.Long+106.01)]
14 Dec 11  4 58 41 Gr   1341SA5  4.3  4.2s  79- 125     10 ** GRAZE: CA-10.0S; Dist. 72km in az. 168deg. [Lat = 35.05+0.17(E.Long+106.01)]
14 Dec 31  8  7  2 Gr    384cF7  5.6  5.4   76+ 121     18 ** GRAZE: CA -9.6S; Dist.133km in az. 191deg. [Lat = 34.49-0.15(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Jan  2  7  4 58 Gr    648SG8  3.8  3.3s  91+ 145     54 ** GRAZE: CA 11.9N; Dist.  3km in az. 188deg. [Lat = 35.68-0.11(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Jan 24 21 37 48 Gr     35 K0  6.2  5.7   25+  60  27 51 ** GRAZE: CA  4.0S; Dist.104km in az. 145deg. [Lat = 34.57+0.56(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Feb  5  3  4 42 Gr   1468 M2  4.7  3.9s  99- 166     17 ** GRAZE: CA-20.1S; Dist. 28km in az. 176deg. [Lat = 35.46+0.05(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Feb 11 10  1  5 GrX130028D    6.6  6.5S  57-  98     29 ** GRAZE: CA  5.7S; Dist. 11km in az.  31deg. [Lat = 35.82-0.48(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Feb 11 10  1  7 Gr   2114SA*  5.3     S  57-  98     29 ** GRAZE: CA  5.7S; Dist. 13km in az.  31deg. [Lat = 35.85-0.48(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Mar  3  9 48 55 Gr   1364cF2  6.5  6.3S  95+ 154     27 ** GRAZE: CA 13.9N; Dist. 66km in az.  28deg. [Lat = 36.39-0.44(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Mar  4 10 49 18 Gr   1465cK3  6.1  5.3   98+ 165     22 ** GRAZE: CA 17.3N; Dist.163km in az. 204deg. [Lat = 34.10-0.36(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Mar 14 13 26 50 Gr   2640cA*  6.1  6.0v  41-  80   1 35 ** GRAZE: CA  1.4N; Dist. 10km in az. 359deg. [Lat = 35.80+0.01(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Mar 18 16 33  2 Gr   3269 G8  4.2  3.7    4-  24  39 45 ** GRAZE: CA  8.2N; Dist. 94km in az. 149deg. [Lat = 34.73+0.48(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Mar 27  1  8 33 Gr    934 K1  6.4  5.7S  47+  87   2 73 ** GRAZE: CA  1.9N; Dist.  5km in az. 185deg. [Lat = 35.67-0.07(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Mar 27  6 11 32 Gr    961 B9  6.3  6.3v  49+  89     21 ** GRAZE: CA -7.2S; Dist.115km in az.  25deg. [Lat = 36.85-0.37(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Mar 27  7 11 30 Gr    970 G9  6.3  5.7   49+  89     10 ** GRAZE: CA  6.9N; Dist. 14km in az. 204deg. [Lat = 35.57-0.36(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Apr 21 15 29 19 Gr    692SK5  0.9  0.1v  11+  39  36  7 ** GRAZE: CA  9.4S; Dist.113km in az. 337deg. [Lat = 36.82+0.34(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Apr 22  3 21 51 Gr    741cK1  5.5  4.8   14+  44     18 ** GRAZE: CA -3.0S; Dist. 58km in az. 201deg. [Lat = 35.15-0.31(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Apr 22 23 41 12 Gr    878cF0  5.5  5.3   21+  55  24 69 ** GRAZE: CA  0.5S; Dist. 50km in az. 187deg. [Lat = 35.26-0.10(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Apr 27 22 33 48 Gr   1468 M2  4.7  3.9s  69+ 112  38 27 ** GRAZE: CA  2.2S; Dist. 24km in az. 181deg. [Lat = 35.49-0.02(E.Long+106.01)]
15 May 28  6 11 14 Gr   1753 K0  6.7  6.2   73+ 117     30 ** GRAZE: CA -0.5S; Dist. 21km in az. 202deg. [Lat = 35.50-0.32(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Jun  8 15 35 45 Gr   3269 G8  4.2  3.7   62- 104  43 28 ** GRAZE: CA  2.8N; Dist.343km in az. 157deg. [Lat = 32.36+0.34(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Jun  9  8 54 25 Gr   3380cK0  5.9  5.4   53-  93     21 ** GRAZE: CA -2.6N; Dist.111km in az. 169deg. [Lat = 34.69+0.15(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Jul  9 11 45 29 Gr    238 M0  6.4  5.6v  43-  81  -4 54 ** GRAZE: CA  4.4N; Dist.161km in az. 146deg. [Lat = 33.97+0.54(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Jul 12 11 44 11 Gr    650cA1  5.6  5.5s  13-  43  -4 29 ** GRAZE: CA  0.0N; Dist. 86km in az. 152deg. [Lat = 34.83+0.43(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Aug  6 15 45  3 Gr    354cB7  5.5  5.5v  55-  96  41 40 ** GRAZE: CA  3.0S; Dist. 56km in az. 178deg. [Lat = 35.20+0.03(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Aug  7  7 38 15 Gr    454 K3  5.6  5.1   47-  86     13 ** GRAZE: CA  1.5N; Dist. 30km in az. 336deg. [Lat = 36.01+0.35(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Aug  7  9 45 52 Gr    464cK0  6.1  5.6   46-  85     38 ** GRAZE: CA -4.1S; Dist. 71km in az. 150deg. [Lat = 34.98+0.46(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Aug 26  4 35 31 Gr   2755cG8  6.6  6.1   83+ 131     34 ** GRAZE: CA  7.2S; Dist.  2km in az. 339deg. [Lat = 35.73+0.31(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Aug 26  6 28 51 Gr   2764SG5  6.4  5.9   83+ 131     24 ** GRAZE: CA 10.2S; Dist. 22km in az. 332deg. [Lat = 35.94+0.43(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Sep 18 22  4 45 Gr   2247 A6  5.4  5.3   26+  62  35 36 ** GRAZE: CA  6.8N; Dist.106km in az.  29deg. [Lat = 36.81-0.45(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Oct  2  5  6 55 Gr    635cG8  3.7  3.1s  77- 123     14 ** GRAZE: CA -7.0S; Dist.277km in az. 335deg. [Lat = 38.45+0.37(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Oct  5 10 18 54 Gr   1106SA3  3.6  3.5s  44-  83     44 ** GRAZE: CA -4.9S; Dist.211km in az. 349deg. [Lat = 37.65+0.16(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Nov  4 15 50 28 Gr   1428SA5  3.5  3.3   39-  77  26 54 ** GRAZE: CA  6.7S; Dist.212km in az. 213deg. [Lat = 33.42-0.53(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Nov 26  6 37 15 Gr    667cK2  5.0  4.4  100- 173     69 ** GRAZE: CA-51.5S; Dist. 16km in az. 165deg. [Lat = 35.56+0.22(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Dec  6 10 22 45 Gr   1891SA1  4.4        22-  56     11 ** GRAZE: CA  1.3N; Dist.235km in az. 192deg. [Lat = 33.55-0.18(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Dec  7 10 42 36 Gr   1996 K5  6.7  5.9   14-  45      3 ** GRAZE: CA -1.7S; Dist. 25km in az.  14deg. [Lat = 35.94-0.20(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Dec 20  3 30 46 Gr    155SF4  6.4  6.2   67+ 109     55 ** GRAZE: CA -2.5N; Dist. 45km in az. 156deg. [Lat = 35.26+0.36(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Dec 29  9 29 23 Gr  98747 K5  6.9  6.1   83- 132     62 ** GRAZE: CA  0.3S; Dist. 15km in az.  21deg. [Lat = 35.85-0.32(E.Long+106.01)]
TOTALS
Occultation prediction for Sunflower Obs
E. Longitude -106  0 49.9,  Latitude  35 42 33.0,  Alt. 2092m;  Telescope dia 20cm;  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
14 Nov 14 16 24 57 m    1410WK3  5.1  4.4   50-  90  26 37 254  -6N  24 332   5 +0.7 +6.2 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      9 32 45.5   9 38 53 400.4 757.4
   R1410 = 6 Leonis
      1410 is double: AB 5.2 9.3 37"  75.0
14 Nov 18 10 19 39 Gr   1787cF2  6.2  6.0v  16-  48      5 ** GRAZE: CA -1.1S; Dist. 22km in az. 188deg. [Lat = 35.51-0.12(E.Long+106.01)]
14 Nov 18 10 24 38 R    1787cF2  6.2  6.0v  16-  48      6 100   8S 210 264 185 -2.7 +1.5 +9.9+9.9 .076  -99.0     12 28 36.8 - 4 41 45 397.0 933.9
      1787 is double: ** 6.8 6.8 0.050" 350.0, dT = +0.5sec
      1787 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1436). Observations are highly desired
      1787 = FT Vir, 6.2 to 6.24, V, Type DSCTC, Period 0.05 days
14 Nov 18 12 45  8 M    1798 G9  6.2  5.7   16-  47 -12 31 124   4S 206 249 181 -2.9 +1.4 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     12 32 24.1 - 5  7 58 393.9 751.0
14 Nov 18 12 45 11 Gr   1798 G9  6.2  5.7   16-  47     30 ** GRAZE: CA  4.0S; Dist.153km in az.  23deg. [Lat = 37.20-0.34(E.Long+106.01)]
14 Nov 20 12 10 50 R    2025 A2  6.8  6.8    4-  24      4 108  81N 301 354 280 -4.1 -1.5 +0.2+0.2 .496  169.3     14  9 16.1 -11 53 49 388.4 950.6
14 Nov 25  1  3 34 D    2649SB6  6.7  6.7    8+  32     12 236  41N  32 346  34 -4.0 -5.9 +0.1+1.0 .328   47.3     18 18 42.7 -18 47 21 371.3 875.7
      2649 is multiple: AT 6.8 12.6 21.5"  23.5, dT = +65sec : AV 6.8 12.5 23.2" 325.1, dT = +28sec : AU 6.8 13.4 29.4"  67.8, dT = +73sec : AB 6.8 9.3 53"  11.0, dT = +152sec
14 Nov 27  3 31  6 D    2968SB9  6.1        24+  59      9 245  67N  51   1  64 -2.0 -5.9 +0.3+0.1 .493   20.2     20 21 36.1 -14 44  6 369.0 943.1
      2968 is multiple: Ba,Bb 6.16 9.14 0.48"  61.7, dT = +1sec : Ba,Bb 6.16 9.14 0.50"  59.2, dT = +1sec : BA 6.1 3.2 205"  87.0, dT = +336sec : BC 6.1 8.8 397" 110.9, dT = +400sec
      2968 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
14 Nov 27  3 36 46 D    2969SA5  3.1  2.6s  24+  59      8 245  70N  54   4  68 -2.0 -6.0 +0.3+0.0 .507   17.0     20 21 50.3 -14 43 52 369.1 951.3
   R2969 = Dabih Major = beta Capricorni
      2969 is multiple: Aa,Ab 3.1 4.9 0.014" 221.0, dT = -0.03sec : AD 3.2 13.0 116" 291.7, dT = -123sec : AB 3.2 6.1 205" 267.0, dT = -340sec : AC 3.2 8.8 226" 133.0, dT = +86sec
      2969 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      2969 = NSV 25105, 3.05, range 0.00, 3V, Type VAR, Period 1.40657 days
14 Nov 29  0 50 12 D    3247cG5  7.0  6.5   45+  85 -12 46 183  63S  96  94 118 +0.6 -4.2 +2.5-0.3 .331  -32.8     22 10 14.1 - 8  6 37 365.5 706.3
   R3247 = 36 Aquarii
      3247 is double: ** 7.8 7.8 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.3sec
      3247 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1617). Observations are highly desired
14 Dec  2  6 48  5 D     136wM2  6.1  5.3v  80+ 126     34 251  30N   7 316  32 +2.7 +0.1 +0.7+3.8 .208   62.5 .01 25  0 37.2   6 33 52 370.6 817.5
       136 is double: AB 6.3 13.4 29.9" 313.1, dT = +84sec
       136 = WW Psc, 5.97 to 6.11, V, Type LB
14 Dec  3  0 32  9 D     257 K0  4.3  3.8s  87+ 137  -8 35 105  60S  98 150 120 +4.3 +1.8 +1.3+0.9 .399  -30.7      1 46 12.3   9 13 58 372.1 846.3
   R257 = Torcular = omicron Piscium
       257 = NSV 615, 4.25 to 4.28, V
14 Dec  3  1 33  8 r     257 K0  4.3  3.8s  87+ 137     47 118 -57S 215 261 237 +4.2 +1.8 +0.8+2.6 .366 -149.2      1 46 12.3   9 13 58 371.2 776.4
   R257 = Torcular = omicron Piscium
       257 = NSV 615, 4.25 to 4.28, V
14 Dec  7  3 32 43 R     823DA2  6.7        99- 170     35  92  87N 302   1 305 +5.3 +6.4 +1.4-0.1 .337  140.0      5 30 13.4  18 22 28 385.5 830.8
       823 is double: AB 6.77 10.42 3.13" 129.0, dT = +9sec
   Distance of 823 to Terminator = 13.0"; to 3km sunlit peak = 3.9"
14 Dec  7  4 42 24 Gr    832 M2  4.3  3.2v  99- 170     49 ** GRAZE: CA 34.3N; Dist.288km in az. 160deg. [Lat = 32.95+0.30(E.Long+106.01)]
   Distance of 832 to Terminator = 5.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
14 Dec  7  4 45 32 M     832 M2  4.3  3.2v  99- 170     49 103  34N 353  50 356 +5.2 +6.4 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      5 33  7.1  18 36  7 384.6 738.2
   R832 = 119 Tauri (CE)
       832 = CE Tau, 4.23 to 4.54, V, Type SRC, Period 165. days
   Distance of 832 to Terminator = 4.5"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
14 Dec  7  4 57 58 r     829 K5  6.8  5.9   99- 170     52 106  49S 256 311 259 +5.1 +6.4 +1.5+1.5 .380 -172.5      5 32 33.4  18 15  7 384.4 723.8
   Distance of 829 to Terminator = 8.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.9"
14 Dec  7  5  8  3 d     836 B2  5.7  5.7v  99- 170     53 108  -3N  30  85  33 +5.1 +6.4 +0.8+4.2 .225   53.4      5 34 25.9  18 32 51 384.3 714.7
   R836 = 120 Tauri
       836 = V0960 Tau, 5.53 to 5.69, V, Type GCAS, Period 1.03747 days, Phase 35 %
14 Dec  7  5 57  9 R     836 B2  5.7  5.7v  99- 170     63 122  68N 318   5 321 +5.0 +6.4 +2.6-2.5 .212  126.7      5 34 25.9  18 32 51 383.9 671.4
   R836 = 120 Tauri
       836 = V0960 Tau, 5.53 to 5.69, V, Type GCAS, Period 1.03747 days, Phase 35 %
   Distance of 836 to Terminator = 12.9"; to 3km sunlit peak = 3.8"
14 Dec  8  2 32 18 r     970 G9  6.3  5.7   97- 160     13  77  36S 233 289 231 +5.1 +6.9 -0.3+2.1 .427 -146.0      6 22 19.9  17 45 10 391.5 982.0
14 Dec  8  9 11 19 R    1002SG8  6.9  6.7   96- 157     70 211  43S 239 213 236 +4.1 +6.8 +2.7+1.5 .256 -140.4      6 33 11.7  17 45 54 388.0 633.6
   R1002 = 20 Geminorum
      1002 is triple: BA 6.9 6.3 20.2"  30.9, dT = +70sec : BC 6.9 13.0 49" 143.3, dT = +19sec
14 Dec  8  9 12 26 R    1003SF6  6.3  6.0   96- 157     70 211  44S 240 214 237 +4.1 +6.8 +2.7+1.4 .261 -141.8      6 33 12.5  17 46 11 388.0 634.0
   R1003 = 21 Geminorum
      1003 is triple: **Aa,Ab 8.0 8.0 0.050"  32.0, dT = +0.17sec : AB 6.3 6.9 20.2" 210.9, dT = -67sec
      1003 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 559). Observations are highly desired
14 Dec  9  3 55  0 d    1106SA3  3.6  3.5s  92- 148     18  82 -47S 149 206 141 +4.5 +7.0 +1.0-1.5 .254  -57.5      7 18 58.5  16 30 33 394.9 912.1
   R1106 = lambda Geminorum
      1106 is quadruple: ** 4.0 5.0 0.045" 300.0, dT = -0.15sec : AB 3.6 10.7 9.7"  34.1, dT = -16sec : AB          10.6" 257.2, dT = -13sec
      1106 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 502). Observations are highly desired
      1106 = NSV 3512, 3.52 to 3.62, V
14 Dec  9  4  9 16 Gr   1106SA3  3.6  3.5s  92- 148     21 ** GRAZE: CA-14.8S; Dist.305km in az. 162deg. [Lat = 32.82+0.26(E.Long+106.01)]
14 Dec  9  4 30 29 R    1106SA3  3.6  3.5s  92- 147     25  87  18S 214 272 207 +4.5 +6.9 -0.1+4.0 .238 -122.4      7 18 58.5  16 30 33 394.2 855.8
   R1106 = lambda Geminorum
      1106 is quadruple: ** 4.0 5.0 0.045" 300.0, dT = -0.01sec : AB 3.6 10.7 9.7"  34.1, dT = +41sec : AB          10.6" 257.2, dT = -33sec
      1106 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 502). Observations are highly desired
      1106 = NSV 3512, 3.52 to 3.62, V
   Distance of 1106 to Terminator = 17.5"; to 3km sunlit peak = 5.8"
14 Dec  9 14  4 50 d    1147cA1  5.3  5.2s  91- 144   0 25 272 -43S 154  97 145 +2.8 +7.1 -0.2-3.1 .305  -48.0      7 34 29.0  15 47 25 395.6 881.3
   R1147 = 68 Geminorum
      1147 is double: AB 5.4 7.6 0.19" 109.0, dT = +0.44sec
      1147 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1147 = NSV 3642, 5.05 to 5.25, V
14 Dec  9 14 46 55 r    1147cA1  5.3  5.2s  90- 144   7 17 278  40S 237 180 228 +2.7 +7.2 +0.7-0.1 .328 -132.0      7 34 29.0  15 47 25 396.6 947.2
   R1147 = 68 Geminorum
      1147 is double: AB 5.4 7.6 0.19" 109.0, dT = +0.36sec
      1147 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1147 = NSV 3642, 5.05 to 5.25, V
14 Dec 10  6  4  5 R    1234cA1  6.2  6.2   86- 136     33  96  62S 260 317 247 +3.5 +6.7 +1.0+1.6 .380 -162.2      8 11 50.4  14 34 53 396.9 775.5
      1234 is double: ** 6.9 6.9 0.10" 333.0, dT = -0.08sec
      1234 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 417). Observations are highly desired
14 Dec 11  4 50 46 d    1341SA5  4.3  4.2s  79- 125      8  81 -26S 174 229 157 +2.7 +6.2 +1.2-5.3 .132  -74.2      8 59 19.2  11 47 47 401.8 946.6
   R1341 = Acubens = alpha Cancri
      1341 is triple: ** 5.1 5.1 0.050"   0.0 : AB 4.3 11.8 10.5" 324.1, dT = -69sec
      1341 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 333). Observations are highly desired
      1341 = NSV 4327, 4.20 to 4.27, V
14 Dec 11  4 58 41 Gr   1341SA5  4.3  4.2s  79- 125     10 ** GRAZE: CA-10.0S; Dist. 72km in az. 168deg. [Lat = 35.04+0.17(E.Long+106.01)]
14 Dec 11  5  7 59 R    1341SA5  4.3  4.2s  79- 125     12  84   6S 206 262 189 +2.6 +6.2 -0.8+7.2 .128 -105.8      8 59 19.2  11 47 47 401.5 918.8
   R1341 = Acubens = alpha Cancri
      1341 is triple: ** 5.1 5.1 0.050"   0.0 : AB 4.3 11.8 10.5" 324.1, dT = +39sec
      1341 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 333). Observations are highly desired
      1341 = NSV 4327, 4.20 to 4.27, V
   Distance of 1341 to Terminator = 10.1"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
14 Dec 14  6 51 58 r    1637 K0  5.9  5.4   52-  92      1  89  87S 290 345 266 -1.4 +3.2 +0.0+0.5 .493  177.7     11 19 41.3   1 34  3 403.3 965.2
   R1637 = 76 Leonis
14 Dec 14  8 52 47 d    1652cG8  5.4  4.9   51-  91     24 107 -29N  52 104  28 -1.6 +3.1 +1.4+4.2 .203   60.0     11 24 48.7   1 19 29 400.7 794.4
   R1652 = 79 Leonis
      1652 is double: ** 5.9 6.5 0.003" 155.0, dT = 0.00sec
14 Dec 14  9 29 27 R    1652cG8  5.4  4.9   51-  91     31 113  29N 354  42 329 -1.7 +3.1 +0.3-3.8 .192  120.0     11 24 48.7   1 19 29 400.0 748.1
   R1652 = 79 Leonis
      1652 is double: ** 5.9 6.5 0.003" 155.0, dT = +0.01sec
14 Dec 15 10 55 12 R    1753 K0  6.7  6.2   41-  79     36 126  52N 331  12 306 -3.1 +1.8 +0.9-1.6 .305  145.7     12 12  8.2 - 2 46 56 396.9 716.7
14 Dec 18 12 56 16 R    2092 K4  7.0  6.1   14-  44     24 131  43S 242 282 223 -5.4 -2.4 +2.1+2.5 .269 -130.1     14 41 20.8 -14  6 28 383.9 781.7
14 Dec 25  2 43 22 D    3070 A3  6.6  6.5   12+  41      6 250  40S 119  68 136 -0.8 -5.4 +0.8-2.4 .366  -49.5     21  0 43.3 -12 59 29 364.3 996.4
   R3070 = 8 Aquarii
14 Dec 26  3 36 20 m    3216 B9  6.8  6.8S  21+  55      9 253   1N 339 287 360 +0.7 -4.4 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     21 58 26.4 - 8 29 29 365.1 984.9
      3216 = NSV 25798, 6.81, , Type VAR:
   Distance of 3216 to Terminator = 16.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
14 Dec 29  6 59 34 D     104SK2  5.7  5.3   55+  96      8 271  53N  30 335  55 +3.7 +0.0 +0.3+1.1 .401   43.3     24 49 10.7   5 21 28 373.5 999.1
       104 is triple: AB 5.8      2.7"  56.4, dT = +6sec : AC 5.8 12.3 153" 246.4, dT = -307sec
14 Dec 29 22 29 41 d     214WK1  6.2  5.6s  63+ 105  14 35 107  60N  38  90  61 +5.3 +1.6 +0.6+2.4 .405   28.1      1 29 10.9   8  2 19 372.9 838.0
       214 is double: AB 6.3 8.0 69" 100.1, dT = +80sec
       214 = NSV 519, 6.19 to 6.23, V
14 Dec 30  1 29 17 D     226DK0  6.5  5.7   64+ 106     62 162  51S 107 122 130 +4.9 +1.5 +2.8-0.6 .277  -43.0      1 34  6.3   8 17  6 371.3 692.0
       226 is double: AB 6.5 10.6 4.0"  77.1, dT = +12sec
14 Dec 30  2 31 36 r     226DK0  6.5  5.7   64+ 107     62 195 -44S 202 190 225 +4.7 +1.5 +1.2+3.0 .273 -136.8      1 34  6.3   8 17  6 371.5 684.0
       226 is double: AB 6.5 10.6 4.0"  77.1, dT = +8sec
14 Dec 30  3  1 28 m  109990 K0  7.0  6.4   65+ 107     60 208   2S 156 133 179 +4.7 +1.5 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      1 35 40.6   8 21  4 371.6 688.5
   Distance of 109990 to Terminator = 7.1"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
14 Dec 31  7 54 11 D     384cF7  5.6  5.4   76+ 121     21 271  12S 148  92 167 +4.4 +3.1 -0.1-5.6 .181  -68.3      2 37 28.3  12 30 41 379.0 904.0
   R384 = 31 Arietis
       384 is double: AB 5.7 5.8 0.047" 111.2, dT = +0.21sec
       384 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
14 Dec 31  8  7  2 Gr    384cF7  5.6  5.4   76+ 121     18 ** GRAZE: CA -9.6S; Dist.133km in az. 191deg. [Lat = 34.49-0.15(E.Long+106.01)]
14 Dec 31  8 17 39 r     384cF7  5.6  5.4   76+ 121     16 274 -31S 192 136 211 +4.4 +3.2 +1.1+3.6 .188 -111.7      2 37 28.3  12 30 41 379.5 940.7
   R384 = 31 Arietis
       384 is double: AB 5.7 5.8 0.047" 111.2, dT = -0.04sec
       384 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Jan  2  7  4 58 Gr    648SG8  3.8  3.3s  91+ 145     54 ** GRAZE: CA 11.9N; Dist.  3km in az. 188deg. [Lat = 35.68-0.11(E.Long+106.01)]
   Distance of 648 to Terminator = 14.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 3.6"
15 Jan  2  7  4 58 Gr    648SG8  3.8  3.3s  91+ 145     54 250  12N 356 303   7 +4.7 +5.4 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      4 23 49.7  17 34 30 382.8 704.2
   R648 = Hyadum II = delta 1 Tauri
       648 is quadruple: Aa,Ac 3.8 12.9      350.0 : Aa,Ab 3.8      0.67"   7.9 : AB 3.8 13.2 112" 335.7
       648 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       648 = NSV 1582, 3.72 to 3.77, V
   Distance of 648 to Terminator = 9.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.8"
15 Jan  2  7 13 32 D     653SA7  4.8  4.7   91+ 145     52 252  68N  53 359  63 +4.7 +5.4 +1.9+0.9 .313   34.2      4 24 59.4  17 28 34 382.9 711.3
   R653 = 64 delta 2 Tauri
       653 is triple: ** 5.6 5.6 0.040"  53.0, dT = +0.13sec : AB 4.8 14.6 147" 248.3, dT = -454sec
       653 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 952). Observations are highly desired
15 Jan  2  7 32 37 D   93913cF6  7.0  6.7   91+ 145     48 255  19S 145  90 156 +4.6 +5.5 +1.0-4.6 .206  -58.0      4 25 15.8  17  6 39 383.3 731.1
     93913 is double: ** 7.6 10.6 0.18" 108.8, dT = +0.7sec
     93913 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 615). Observations are highly desired
15 Jan  2  8 16 53 r     653SA7  4.8  4.7   91+ 146     39 264 -41N 303 245 313 +4.5 +5.5 +0.8-2.5 .345  145.6      4 24 59.4  17 28 34 384.1 785.3
   R653 = 64 delta 2 Tauri
       653 is triple: ** 5.6 5.6 0.040"  53.0, dT = +0.04sec : AB 4.8 14.6 147" 248.3, dT = -247sec
       653 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 952). Observations are highly desired
15 Jan  3 11 48 36 d     814SB5  5.4  5.5   97+ 159      9 286  44S 120  64 124 +4.1 +6.5 -0.3-1.8 .491  -24.5      5 28  4.4  17 58 17 390.91023.9
   R814 = 115 Tauri
       814 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 5.4 6.4 0.021" 355.3, dT = -0.02sec : AC 5.4 11.8 10.1" 346.9, dT = -14sec : AB 5.4 10.1 10.3" 304.8, dT = -21sec
       814 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Jan  4  5 57  0 d     934 K1  6.4  5.7S  99+ 168     72 161  35S 121 137 120 +4.6 +6.7 +2.4-1.5 .288  -28.4      6 11 56.3  18  7 24 388.3 625.1
       934 = NSV 16797, 6.33, , Type VAR:
   Distance of 934 to Terminator = 7.0"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.3"
15 Jan  4  9 14  0 D     951cK2  6.6  5.8   99+ 169     49 256  75N  49 353  48 +3.9 +6.8 +2.3+1.2 .242   50.7      6 16 35.9  18 17 19 389.9 729.3
       951 is double: ** 7.1 8.4 0.015"  64.4, dT = +0.06sec
       951 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 457). Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 951 to Terminator = 16.7"; to 3km sunlit peak = 6.4"
15 Jan  4 12 15 57 d     970 G9  6.3  5.7   99+ 170     13 283  30S 121  64 119 +3.6 +7.0 -0.2-1.8 .482  -20.9      6 22 20.3  17 45  8 393.7 987.7
   Distance of 970 to Terminator = 3.7"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Jan  5 12 13 45 r    1091cK5  6.5  5.8  100- 174     23 275  57S 307 249 300 +3.0 +7.1 +0.1-2.1 .435  157.3      7 12 40.6  16 56 49 395.7 909.7
      1091 is double: ** 7.5 7.5 0.050"  50.0, dT = +0.03sec
      1091 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 503). Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 1091 to Terminator = 3.9"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Jan  7  9 56 35 r    1320 M3  6.7  5.8v  95- 155     62 219  15S 221 190 205 +1.8 +6.2 +5.0+5.2 .105 -108.6 .02  8 49 30.5  12 29 14 397.2 642.1
      1320 = FX Cnc, 6.63 to 6.77, Hp, Type SRB
   Distance of 1320 to Terminator = 7.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.1"
15 Jan  8 13 40 14 R    1429cF0  6.8  6.7   90- 143  -7 28 260  36S 241 187 221 +0.1 +5.6 +1.4-0.2 .260 -128.5      9 42  3.9   8 55 23 401.7 817.9
      1429 is double: ** 7.6 7.6 0.050"  80.0, dT = +0.18sec
      1429 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 306). Observations are highly desired
15 Jan  9  8 31 53 d    1518 K3  6.1  5.5   84- 133     53 135 -44N  69 104  46 +0.0 +4.5 +2.8+2.3 .226   46.3     10 23 48.7   6 27 47 400.3 643.0
   R1518 = 43 Leonis
15 Jan  9  9 34 13 R    1518 K3  6.1  5.5   84- 133     60 160  41N 343 359 321 -0.3 +4.5 +1.1-3.5 .218  133.6     10 23 48.7   6 27 47 399.8 619.8
   R1518 = 43 Leonis
15 Jan 14  9  1 10 r    2036 G5  7.0  6.5   40-  78      8 111  87S 287 338 266 -5.8 -2.1 +0.4+0.6 .470 -175.3     14 14 31.7 -11 54 25 392.2 898.5
15 Jan 17 12  8 58 R    2448cK1  6.3  5.6   12-  40      9 121  80S 270 317 264 -6.1 -5.2 +0.8+1.1 .481 -168.7     17  2 43.4 -18 54 14 373.6 890.6
   R2448 = 29 Ophiuchi
      2448 is double: ** 7.2 7.2 0.10" 270.0, dT = -0.21sec
      2448 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc  40). Observations are highly desired
15 Jan 22 18 45 41 d    3278 B8  5.4  5.4V   7+  32  34 34 133  88S  67 104  89 +1.8 -3.3 +1.4+1.4 .457    1.5     22 20 58.6 - 7 44 42 356.9 799.2
   R3278 = rho Aquarii
      3278 = HD 211838, 5.35, , Type ACV, Period 6.5633 days, Phase 12 %
15 Jan 22 20  0 43 r    3278 B8  5.4  5.4V   8+  32  34 43 153 -88N 247 269 270 +1.7 -3.3 +1.8+1.1 .429  178.3     22 20 58.6 - 7 44 42 356.1 750.0
   R3278 = rho Aquarii
      3278 = HD 211838, 5.35, , Type ACV, Period 6.5633 days, Phase 12 %
15 Jan 22 21 20 52 d    3285cG6  5.9  5.4    8+  33  27 47 180  36N  10  10  33 +1.5 -3.4 +0.6+3.1 .251   53.5     22 24 18.7 - 7  7  4 355.9 737.8
      3285 is double: ** 6.9 6.9 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.07sec
      3285 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc   6). Observations are highly desired
15 Jan 23  1 26  9 D    3308cF7  6.2  5.9    9+  34     20 246  84S  70  22  93 +1.2 -3.5 +0.7-0.4 .526   -3.8     22 32  4.9 - 6 28 41 358.7 922.3
      3308 is double: AB 6.3 8.6 0.08" 276.1, dT = -0.13sec
      3308 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Jan 23  2  2 31 D    3311 G0  6.9  6.6    9+  35     13 252  76S  79  28 102 +1.2 -3.5 +0.5-0.7 .545  -11.0     22 33 20.7 - 6 23 21 359.5 971.0
15 Jan 24  2  5 46 D    3459 K0  6.4  5.8   17+  48     26 247  84S  71  22  96 +2.8 -2.0 +0.9-0.4 .500   -4.5     23 30 12.8 - 1 42 31 360.9 884.2
   R3459 = 11 Piscium
15 Jan 24 21 27 35 d      35 K0  6.2  5.7   25+  60  27 49 140  21S 135 167 160 +4.8 -0.3 +4.2-3.3 .130  -72.2     24 18 33.9   1 46 18 362.0 752.1
15 Jan 24 21 37 48 Gr     35 K0  6.2  5.7   25+  60  27 51 ** GRAZE: CA  4.0S; Dist.104km in az. 145deg. [Lat = 34.57+0.56(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Jan 25 18 59 54 d     167SF0  5.5  5.3s  35+  73  35 17  95  25S 133 188 157 +6.1 +1.4 +1.0-0.7 .233  -64.3      1  9  8.9   5 43 42 369.0 965.2
   R167 = 80 Piscium
       167 is triple: AB 5.5 12.2 67" 310.6, dT = -287sec : AC 5.5 11.1 176" 123.1, dT = +746sec
       167 = NSV 410, 5.45 to 5.55, V
15 Jan 29  7 12 40 D   93805 B8  7.0  6.8   71+ 115     28 271  80S  88  30  99 +5.7 +5.5 +0.7-1.1 .457    0.8      4 11 56.2  16 41  0 384.7 857.6
15 Jan 31  2 55 58 D   94927 G5  7.0  6.5   87+ 137     65 129  35N  28  70  30 +5.9 +6.7 +1.6+5.1 .174   58.6      5 52 22.4  18 26 40 389.0 640.9
15 Feb  1  1 26 22 D    1029cA2  5.2  5.2   92+ 148 -12 39  96  74S 101 159  97 +5.6 +6.9 +1.3+0.7 .388  -12.4      6 43 18.6  17 37 34 393.8 766.0
   R1029 = 26 Geminorum
      1029 is double: AB 5.9 5.9 0.004" 203.5, dT = 0.00sec
15 Feb  1  2 45 36 r    1029cA2  5.2  5.2   93+ 148     55 111 -83S 258 311 254 +5.4 +6.9 +1.8+1.4 .341 -167.3      6 43 18.6  17 37 34 392.8 674.8
   R1029 = 26 Geminorum
      1029 is double: AB 5.9 5.9 0.004" 203.5, dT = -0.01sec
15 Feb  3  4 48 27 D    1271cA5  5.9  5.8   99+ 171     57 123  73N  55 100  41 +3.4 +6.3 +2.3+3.3 .217   48.9      8 29 29.4  14  9 22 397.7 645.2
   R1271 = 29 Cancri
      1271 is double: ** 6.2 7.0 0.050" 350.0, dT = +0.1sec
      1271 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 554). Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 1271 to Terminator = 11.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 2.8"
15 Feb  5  2 19 16 r    1465cK3  6.1  5.3   99- 166      8  86  43S 258 313 237 +1.6 +4.8 +0.1+1.6 .429 -154.5      9 58 57.1   8 14 16 404.8 933.8
      1465 is double: ** 7.1 7.1 0.10"  32.0, dT = +0.16sec
      1465 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 817). Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 1465 to Terminator = 12.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 3.5"
15 Feb  5  2 58 40 d    1468 M2  4.7  3.9s  99- 166     16  91 -30S 185 240 164 +1.5 +4.7 +9.9+9.9 .077  -80.0 .07 10  1  2.2   7 58  3 404.0 874.9
   R1468 = Yu Neu = pi Leonis
      1468 = NSV 4699, 4.67 to 4.76, V
15 Feb  5  3  4 42 Gr   1468 M2  4.7  3.9s  99- 166     17 ** GRAZE: CA-20.1S; Dist. 28km in az. 176deg. [Lat = 35.46+0.05(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Feb  5  3 11 24 r    1468 M2  4.7  3.9s  99- 166     18  93 -10S 205 260 184 +1.5 +4.7 +9.9+9.9 .076 -100.0 .07 10  1  2.2   7 58  3 403.7 856.8
   R1468 = Yu Neu = pi Leonis
      1468 = NSV 4699, 4.67 to 4.76, V
15 Feb  8 13 36  1 R    1795cK3  6.9  6.1   82- 130  -5 30 239  30N 354 310 330 -4.3 +1.0 +0.5-4.4 .177  118.4     12 31 38.1 - 4  8 45 400.8 728.8
      1795 is double: ** 7.9 7.9 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.06sec
      1795 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1437). Observations are highly desired
15 Feb 11 10  1  3 M X130028D    6.6  6.5S  57-  98     29 138   6S 202 237 184 -6.6 -3.1 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     14 50  9.5 -14 12 35 390.9 720.6
   X130028 is double: BA 6.6 5.6 1.9" 183.2
   X130028 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
   X130028 = NSV 6816, 5.32, , Type ACV, Period 25.3992 days, Phase 46 %
15 Feb 11 10  1  4 M    2114SA*  5.3     S  57-  98     29 138   6S 202 237 184 -6.6 -3.1 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     14 50  9.5 -14 12 37 390.9 720.6
   R2114 = mu Librae
      2114 is multiple: AB 5.61 6.62 1.93"   3.2 : AC 5.6 14.7 12.2" 295.4 : AD 5.6 14.1 25.7" 165.5 : AE 5.6 12.6 27.0" 230.9
      2114 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      2114 = NSV 6816, 5.32, , Type ACV, Period 25.3992 days, Phase 46 %
15 Feb 11 10  1  5 GrX130028D    6.6  6.5S  57-  98     29 ** GRAZE: CA  5.7S; Dist. 11km in az.  31deg. [Lat = 35.82-0.48(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Feb 11 10  1  7 Gr   2114SA*  5.3     S  57-  98     29 ** GRAZE: CA  5.7S; Dist. 13km in az.  31deg. [Lat = 35.85-0.48(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Feb 13 12 14 30 R    2390kB9  6.7  6.6   36-  73     30 148  71N 298 325 289 -7.5 -5.1 +1.6-0.1 .367  164.7     16 39 21.3 -18 14 52 379.0 704.4
   *** A light curve is desired as    2390 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 205327575}
15 Feb 20 21 57 13 d    3520 M5  5.8  5.0v   5+  27  30 52 205  79N  54  35  79 +2.7 -0.9 +1.6+0.9 .429    8.5     23 55 32.3   0 11 32 354.5 755.4
      3520 = XZ Psc, 5.61 to 5.97, V, Type SR
15 Feb 20 23 10 59 r    3520 M5  5.8  5.0v   6+  27  18 43 229 -83N 253 215 278 +2.6 -0.9 +1.5-0.2 .454  171.7     23 55 32.3   0 11 32 355.3 799.6
      3520 = XZ Psc, 5.61 to 5.97, V, Type SR
15 Feb 21 22  5 53 d Uranus      5.9  5.9   12+  41  29 59 187  55N  34  28  58 +4.5 +0.8 +1.3+2.1 .357   30.0      0 52 58.0   4 59  4 357.8 725.3
   Duration of planetary disk occultation: predicted time +/-4.7 secs
15 Feb 23 21 37 30 d     404cA7  5.2  5.1v  31+  68  34 55 123  73S  91 135 110 +7.1 +4.0 +1.9+0.7 .377  -23.0      2 45 47.2  12 30 24 368.8 742.8
   R404 = 38 Arietis (UV)
       404 is double: ** 4.8 7.4 0.036"   9.0, dT = +0.01sec
       404 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 975). Observations are highly desired
       404 = UV Ari, 5.18 to 5.22, V, Type DSCTC, Period 0.0355 days
15 Feb 23 22 52  9 r     404cA7  5.2  5.1v  31+  68  22 65 154 -62S 226 247 244 +6.9 +4.0 +1.6+2.1 .352 -156.7      2 45 47.2  12 30 24 368.5 693.9
   R404 = 38 Arietis (UV)
       404 is double: ** 4.8 7.4 0.036"   9.0, dT = +0.08sec
       404 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 975). Observations are highly desired
       404 = UV Ari, 5.18 to 5.22, V, Type DSCTC, Period 0.0355 days
15 Feb 25 21 34 49 d   94019cK5  6.7  5.8   52+  93  35 37  95  44N  35  93  44 +7.9 +6.2 +0.3+3.0 .328   41.4      4 35 55.3  17 13 45 381.9 817.6
     94019 is double: ** 7.9 7.9 0.050"  89.0, dT = +0.09sec
     94019 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 954). Observations are highly desired
15 Feb 26 20 38 15 d     814SB5  5.4  5.5   62+ 104  42 17  79  39N  34  91  38 +7.8 +6.9 -0.4+2.8 .342   47.4      5 28  3.9  17 58 17 389.0 957.5
   R814 = 115 Tauri
       814 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 5.4 6.4 0.021" 345.7, dT = +0.04sec : AC 5.4 11.8 10.1" 346.9, dT = +20sec : AB 5.4 10.1 10.3" 304.8, dT = +0.41sec
       814 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Feb 27  8 30  0 D     878cF0  5.5  5.3   66+ 108      9 285  68S 109  54 111 +6.0 +7.1 -0.2-1.5 .518  -12.5      5 48 20.1  17 43 50 392.21009.9
   R878 = 130 Tauri
       878 is double: ** 5.6 9.0 0.030"  84.0, dT = +0.05sec
       878 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 986). Observations are highly desired
15 Feb 28  3 57  3 D    1002SG8  6.9  6.7   74+ 118     69 216  79N  79  50  76 +6.1 +7.0 +2.5+0.2 .307   18.5      6 33 11.9  17 45 53 390.8 622.0
   R1002 = 20 Geminorum
      1002 is triple: BA 6.9 6.3 20.2"  30.9, dT = +44sec : BC 6.9 13.0 49" 143.3, dT = +70sec
15 Feb 28  3 57 45 D    1003SF6  6.3  6.0   74+ 118     69 216  78N  78  48  75 +6.1 +7.0 +2.5+0.2 .304   19.8      6 33 12.6  17 46 10 390.8 622.3
   R1003 = 21 Geminorum
      1003 is triple: **Aa,Ab 8.0 8.0 0.050"  32.0, dT = +0.11sec : AB 6.3 6.9 20.2" 210.9, dT = -45sec
      1003 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 559). Observations are highly desired
15 Feb 28  5 21  7 r    1003SF6  6.3  6.0   74+ 119     55 248 -60N 301 248 297 +5.8 +7.1 +1.5-2.2 .333  159.9      6 33 12.6  17 46 10 391.7 681.9
   R1003 = 21 Geminorum
      1003 is triple: **Aa,Ab 8.0 8.0 0.050"  32.0, dT = 0.00sec : AB 6.3 6.9 20.2" 210.9, dT = -0.36sec
      1003 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 559). Observations are highly desired
15 Mar  1  0  5  1 D    1106SA3  3.6  3.5s  81+ 129  10 37  96  44S 139 197 131 +6.2 +7.0 +1.6-1.2 .270  -46.7      7 18 59.0  16 30 31 395.9 762.5
   R1106 = lambda Geminorum
      1106 is quadruple: ** 4.0 5.0 0.045" 300.0, dT = -0.16sec : AB 3.6 10.7 9.7"  34.1, dT = -9sec : AB          10.7" 258.9, dT = -20sec
      1106 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 502). Observations are highly desired
      1106 = NSV 3512, 3.52 to 3.62, V
15 Mar  1  1  0 24 R    1106SA3  3.6  3.5s  81+ 129  -1 48 106 -44S 227 282 219 +6.0 +7.0 +1.3+3.5 .245 -133.1      7 18 59.0  16 30 31 395.1 694.5
   R1106 = lambda Geminorum
      1106 is quadruple: ** 4.0 5.0 0.045" 300.0, dT = -0.05sec : AB 3.6 10.7 9.7"  34.1, dT = +39sec : AB          10.7" 258.9, dT = -37sec
      1106 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 502). Observations are highly desired
      1106 = NSV 3512, 3.52 to 3.62, V
15 Mar  1 10  6 38 D    1147cA1  5.3  5.2s  83+ 132      8 283  64S 120  64 110 +4.4 +7.2 -0.2-1.7 .497  -16.0      7 34 29.5  15 47 22 400.11004.7
   R1147 = 68 Geminorum
      1147 is double: AB 5.4 7.6 0.19" 109.1, dT = +0.38sec
      1147 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1147 = NSV 3642, 5.05 to 5.25, V
15 Mar  2  1 54 24 D    1234cA1  6.2  6.2   88+ 140     48 109  47S 139 191 126 +4.9 +6.6 +1.8-1.5 .272  -38.9      8 11 51.2  14 34 48 398.0 683.1
      1234 is double: ** 6.9 6.9 0.10" 333.0, dT = -0.36sec
      1234 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 417). Observations are highly desired
15 Mar  2  3  4 55 r    1234cA1  6.2  6.2   89+ 141     61 129 -58S 244 285 231 +4.7 +6.6 +2.4+2.3 .250 -140.9      8 11 51.2  14 34 48 397.3 627.7
      1234 is double: ** 6.9 6.9 0.10" 333.0, dT = -0.01sec
      1234 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 417). Observations are highly desired
15 Mar  3  9 42 24 D    1364cF2  6.5  6.3S  95+ 154     29 264  27N  34 339  16 +2.3 +6.1 +3.4+4.2 .092   77.3      9 10 37.2  11 29 53 402.1 828.3
      1364 is double: AB 6.5      0.10"  71.0, dT = +0.9sec
      1364 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1364 = NSV 18144, 6.48, , Type CST:
15 Mar  3  9 48 55 Gr   1364cF2  6.5  6.3S  95+ 154     27 ** GRAZE: CA 13.9N; Dist. 66km in az.  28deg. [Lat = 36.39-0.44(E.Long+106.01)]
   Distance of 1364 to Terminator = 9.5"; to 3km sunlit peak = 1.2"
15 Mar  4 10 46 32 m    1465cK3  6.1  5.3   98+ 165     23 264  17N  22 327   1 +1.0 +5.1 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      9 58 57.3   8 14 14 403.7 853.0
      1465 is double: ** 7.1 7.1 0.10"  32.0
      1465 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 817). Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 1465 to Terminator = 3.0"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Mar  4 10 49 18 Gr   1465cK3  6.1  5.3   98+ 165     22 ** GRAZE: CA 17.3N; Dist.163km in az. 204deg. [Lat = 34.10-0.36(E.Long+106.01)]
   Distance of 1465 to Terminator = 4.1"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Mar  4 11 43 35 D    1468 M2  4.7  3.9s  98+ 165     11 272  54N  59   3  37 +0.9 +5.1 +0.5-0.2 .294   51.7 .02 10  1  2.3   7 58  2 404.9 935.4
   R1468 = Yu Neu = pi Leonis
      1468 = NSV 4699, 4.67 to 4.76, V
15 Mar  5  9 52 42 d    1565MK3  6.2  5.5  100+ 175     39 243  73S  90  43  67 -0.1 +4.0 +1.7-1.1 .332   25.6     10 44  9.7   4 39 51 402.4 726.0
   R1565 = 35 Sextantis
      1565 is triple: AB 6.2 7.1 6.7" 240.0, dT = -17sec : AC 6.2 8.1 333" 210.0, dT = -501sec
   Distance of 1565 to Terminator = 3.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Mar  6  6 11 18 d    1652cG8  5.4  4.9  100- 174     51 146 -64S 159 186 134 -0.6 +2.6 +1.1-2.6 .248  -40.8     11 24 50.6   1 19 17 401.2 644.6
   R1652 = 79 Leonis
      1652 is double: ** 5.9 6.5 0.003" 155.0, dT = +0.01sec
15 Mar  6  7 21 22 r    1652cG8  5.4  4.9  100- 173     56 174  36S 258 263 234 -0.9 +2.7 +3.1+0.8 .241 -139.4     11 24 50.6   1 19 17 400.8 624.9
   R1652 = 79 Leonis
      1652 is double: ** 5.9 6.5 0.003" 155.0, dT = 0.00sec
   Distance of 1652 to Terminator = 2.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Mar  9 10 16 48 R    1973cK5  6.2        88- 140     44 191  23N 356 347 334 -5.0 -1.5 +0.5-4.4 .152  118.3     13 48  3.0 - 9 47  9 396.4 624.9
      1973 is double: AB 6.41 8.00 0.029"  30.0, dT = -0.16sec
      1973 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Mar 11  6 58 32 m    2193WF2  6.1  5.9   74- 118     11 119   6S 199 247 183 -6.1 -4.1 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     15 21 53.4 -15 36  6 393.2 852.0
   R2193 = omicron Librae
      2193 is double: AB 6.2 10.0 40" 348.8
   Distance of 2193 to Terminator = 16.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.6"
15 Mar 11 12 24 13 R    2210 K0  6.8  6.4   72- 116     36 200  46N 326 309 311 -7.1 -4.0 +1.9-2.4 .245  137.5     15 29 30.4 -15 45  5 389.7 633.8
15 Mar 14 13 26 48 gr   2640wA*  6.1  6.0v  41-  80   1 35 172   1N 358   4 359 -7.4 -6.0 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     18 16 24.3 -18 39 14 374.0 659.0
      2640 is double: AB 9.1 13.7 10.5" 135.6
      2640 = V4387 Sgr, 6.09 to 6.12, Hp, Type ACV, Period 2.3595 days, Phase 68 %
15 Mar 14 13 26 50 Gr   2640wA*  6.1  6.0v  41-  80   1 35 ** GRAZE: CA  1.4N; Dist. 10km in az. 359deg. [Lat = 35.80+0.01(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Mar 18 16 33  2 Gr   3269 G8  4.2  3.7    4-  24  39 45 ** GRAZE: CA  8.2N; Dist. 94km in az. 149deg. [Lat = 34.73+0.48(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Mar 18 16 34  3 M    3269 G8  4.2  3.7    4-  24  38 44 158   8N 336 354 358 -2.2 -3.4 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     22 17 37.1 - 7 42 28 354.4 749.5
   R3269 = Ancha = theta Aquarii
15 Mar 18 17 40 27 d    3278 B8  5.4  5.4V   4-  24  48 47 180 -81S  84  84 106 -2.3 -3.4 +2.1+0.2 .403  -19.2     22 20 58.8 - 7 44 42 354.1 742.7
   R3278 = rho Aquarii
      3278 = HD 211838, 5.35, , Type ACV, Period 6.5633 days, Phase 49 %
15 Mar 18 18 53  0 r    3278 B8  5.4  5.4V   4-  23  53 44 205  60S 225 204 247 -2.4 -3.4 +1.3+1.0 .416 -160.6     22 20 58.8 - 7 44 42 354.2 766.1
   R3278 = rho Aquarii
      3278 = HD 211838, 5.35, , Type ACV, Period 6.5633 days, Phase 49 %
15 Mar 18 21  0 18 r    3285cG6  5.9  5.4    4-  23  46 27 237  75N 270 226 293 -2.6 -3.4 +1.2-1.0 .461  155.9     22 24 18.9 - 7  7  4 355.5 876.7
      3285 is double: ** 6.9 6.9 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.22sec
      3285 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc   6). Observations are highly desired
15 Mar 25  1 34 23 r     636cF7  7.0     s  27+  62  -4 54 247 -56S 229 177 239 +6.6 +6.0 +1.9+1.1 .315 -143.6      4 20 47.0  16 33 19 373.9 717.1
   R636 = 55 Tauri
       636 is double: AB 7.26 8.62 0.57"   5.4, dT = +1.3sec
       636 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       636 = NSV 15952, 6.88, range 0.01, V, Type BY:
15 Mar 25  2 30  0 D     650cA1  5.6  5.5s  27+  63     44 259  85N  78  22  88 +6.5 +6.0 +1.4-0.6 .415    9.2      4 24 17.3  16 48 32 374.9 771.5
   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:
15 Mar 25  3 39 48 r     650cA1  5.6  5.5s  27+  63     30 270 -75N 278 220 288 +6.4 +6.1 +0.7-1.4 .465  170.6      4 24 17.3  16 48 32 376.5 866.6
   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:
15 Mar 25  4 47  6 M   93938 K5  6.9  6.1   28+  64     17 279   6N 360 303  10 +6.3 +6.2 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      4 27 43.4  17  3 32 378.1 966.6
15 Mar 26  5 49 58 m     806SF8  5.0  4.7v  38+  77     15 281  -7S 185 128 189 +6.5 +7.0 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      5 25 18.8  17 23 37 384.7 972.2
   R806 = 111 Tauri
       806 is triple: AB 5.1 8.8 108" 270.9 : AC 5.1 7.9 705" 252.0
       806 = V1119 Tau, 4.98 to 5.02, V, Type BY, Period 3.6499 days, Phase 43 %
15 Mar 27  1  8 32 gr    934 K1  6.4  5.7S  47+  87   2 72 187   2N   3 357   2 +7.0 +7.1 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      6 11 55.4  18  7 24 384.9 621.7
       934 = NSV 16797, 6.33, , Type VAR:
15 Mar 27  1  8 33 Gr    934 K1  6.4  5.7S  47+  87   2 73 ** GRAZE: CA  1.9N; Dist.  5km in az. 185deg. [Lat = 35.67-0.07(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Mar 27  2 53 21 D     944cA6  5.9        48+  87     60 242  67N  69  20  68 +6.6 +7.1 +2.3+0.3 .309   28.9      6 15 22.2  17 53 52 385.9 668.7
   R944 = 124 H1. Orionis
       944 is double: AB 6.29 7.16 0.29" 143.9, dT = +0.25sec
       944 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Mar 27  4  4 54 r     944cA6  5.9        48+  88     46 259 -53N 308 251 307 +6.4 +7.2 +1.0-2.5 .342  150.9      6 15 22.2  17 53 52 387.0 742.6
   R944 = 124 H1. Orionis
       944 is double: AB 6.29 7.16 0.29" 143.9, dT = +0.8sec
       944 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Mar 27  6 11 32 Gr    961 B9  6.3  6.3v  49+  89     21 ** GRAZE: CA -7.2S; Dist.115km in az.  25deg. [Lat = 36.85-0.37(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Mar 27  7 11 21 m     970 G9  6.3  5.7   49+  89     10 285   7N   9 314   7 +6.1 +7.4 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      6 22 19.5  17 45  8 391.21012.4
15 Mar 27  7 11 30 Gr    970 G9  6.3  5.7   49+  89     10 ** GRAZE: CA  6.9N; Dist. 14km in az. 204deg. [Lat = 35.57-0.36(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Mar 27  7 26 21 d     975DA0  6.8     S  49+  89      7 287  68N  71  16  69 +6.1 +7.4 +0.1-0.6 .479   28.3      6 23 43.1  17 33 46 391.61034.1
       975 is double: AB 7.41 8.01 2.40"  12.8, dT = +2.7sec
       975 = NSV 16843, 6.94, , Type VAR:
15 Mar 28  8 35 52 d    1104cF4  6.9        60+ 101      2 288  37S 150  96 142 +5.5 +7.4 -0.7-2.4 .371  -47.6      7 17 37.4  16  6 58 397.11059.2
      1104 is double: AB 7.10 8.56 0.24"  51.3, dT = -0.09sec
      1104 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Mar 30  4 10 36 D    1320 M3  6.7  5.8v  76+ 122     65 207  48S 145 122 128 +4.2 +6.2 +1.5-2.9 .267  -32.9      8 49 30.6  12 29 12 397.6 621.3
      1320 = FX Cnc, 6.63 to 6.77, Hp, Type SRB
15 Mar 31  8 14 53 D    1429cF0  6.8  6.7   85+ 134     29 260  29S 166 112 146 +2.3 +5.5 +0.0-3.6 .246  -53.3      9 42  4.3   8 55 20 402.3 809.5
      1429 is double: ** 7.6 7.6 0.050"  80.0, dT = +0.02sec
      1429 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 306). Observations are highly desired
15 Apr  1  4  1  6 D    1518 K3  6.1  5.5   90+ 144     59 155  71N  88 108  65 +1.9 +4.3 +2.7+0.5 .277   28.5     10 23 49.4   6 27 42 400.5 621.1
   R1518 = 43 Leonis
15 Apr  1  5 22 41 r    1518 K3  6.1  5.5   91+ 144     60 196 -50N 326 313 304 +1.6 +4.3 +1.5-2.6 .277  151.2     10 23 49.4   6 27 42 400.4 623.3
   R1518 = 43 Leonis
15 Apr  2  8 19 41 D    1624KF2  6.8  6.5   96+ 156     40 238  71N  89  45  64 -0.2 +3.1 +1.8-1.1 .320   27.4     11 14 41.3   2 10 56 401.7 708.3
   *** A light curve is highly desired as    1624 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201614568}
15 Apr  2 10 42 47 D    1635cM0  5.2  4.4   96+ 157     13 263  42N  58   5  34 -0.6 +3.1 +0.6-0.2 .276   52.2 .01 11 18  5.8   1 55 25 404.3 887.4
   R1635 = 75 Leonis
      1635 is double: ** 5.8 6.6 0.044"   0.0
      1635 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 763). Observations are highly desired
15 Apr  3  9 32 53 D    1735 G8  6.3  5.7   99+ 168     32 241  85S 112  67  87 -1.7 +1.8 +1.3-1.8 .375    1.8     12  1 50.0 - 1 51 21 401.3 736.3
15 Apr  9 12 38 13 r    2448cK1  6.3  5.6   77- 123  -1 31 208  28S 211 187 204 -6.9 -5.5 +1.6+2.2 .176 -119.7     17  2 45.9 -18 54 18 384.1 668.1
   R2448 = 29 Ophiuchi
      2448 is double: ** 7.2 7.2 0.10" 270.0, dT = -0.29sec
      2448 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc  40). Observations are highly desired
15 Apr 10 11 37 52 R    2578 A1  6.5  6.5   68- 111     36 177  35N 323 326 323 -6.7 -5.9 +2.3-2.2 .204  126.2     17 56 49.5 -18 48  6 379.6 643.4
15 Apr 11  9 15 22 R    2731cA1  6.6        58-  99     18 130  42S 216 257 221 -6.0 -6.1 +1.9+3.2 .247 -125.3     18 49 39.4 -18 34 51 377.4 786.8
      2731 is double: AB 6.87 8.14 0.42" 149.2, dT = -0.7sec
      2731 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Apr 11 11 25 22 m    2745wK1  6.8  6.1   57-  98     33 159   2S 176 194 181 -6.3 -6.0 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     18 54  0.5 -18 36 55 375.5 672.5
      2745 is double: AB 6.9 11.8 16.2"  36.9
   Distance of 2745 to Terminator = 11.3"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Apr 12  9 34 43 m    2889 M2  6.9  6.0v  47-  86     13 123   6S 175 221 186 -5.4 -5.8 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     19 48  1.6 -17  2 16 373.3 839.9
   R2889 = V4026 Sagittarii
      2889 = V4026 Sgr, 6.69 to 6.9, V, Type SR:
15 Apr 13 10 17 39 R    3027 M2  6.9  6.1s  35-  73     13 119  85S 250 298 266 -4.6 -5.1 +0.9+1.6 .475 -170.2     20 45 23.8 -14  7 43 368.8 865.3
      3027 = NSV 25304, 6.92 to 7., Hp, Type IB
15 Apr 15 19 44 25 r    3362cK0  5.9     S  13-  42  63 28 240  47S 207 162 231 -2.8 -2.6 +0.5+1.4 .382 -141.1     22 55 57.6 - 4 54 25 359.4 863.7
      3362 is double: AB 6.03 7.75 0.48" 324.1, dT = +0.6sec
      3362 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      3362 = NSV 14360, 7.6, 
15 Apr 16 20 14 25 d    3520 M5  5.8  5.0v   6-  28  60 36 239 -85S  72  28  97 -1.0 -0.9 +1.3-0.3 .472   -6.5     23 55 32.6   0 11 33 357.3 832.3
      3520 = XZ Psc, 5.61 to 5.97, V, Type SR
15 Apr 16 21 20 38 r    3520 M5  5.8  5.0v   6-  27  50 24 252  84S 242 191 267 -1.1 -0.9 +0.7-0.1 .517 -173.5     23 55 32.6   0 11 33 358.5 911.2
      3520 = XZ Psc, 5.61 to 5.97, V, Type SR
15 Apr 21 15 27 54 M     692SK5  0.9  0.1v  11+  39  36  6  74   9S 169 224 178 +6.8 +6.5 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      4 36 47.1  16 32  8 375.31084.6
   R692 = Aldebaran = alpha Tauri
       692 is multiple: AE 0.9 12.0 31" 331.0 : AB 0.9 13.6 32" 113.3 : AC 0.9 11.3 130"  31.9 : AF 0.9 13.6 308" 121.7
       692 = alf Tau, 0.86 to 0.89, V, Type LB:
15 Apr 21 15 29 19 Gr    692SK5  0.9  0.1v  11+  39  36  7 ** GRAZE: CA  9.4S; Dist.113km in az. 337deg. [Lat = 36.82+0.34(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Apr 22  3 14  1 D     741cK1  5.5  4.8   14+  44     20 277  11S 168 111 175 +5.5 +6.6 -1.6-7.4 .124  -76.2 .02  4 58 14.6  17 10 24 376.7 955.1
       741 is double: ** 6.5 6.5 0.08" 240.0, dT = +0.21sec
       741 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1248). Observations are highly desired
15 Apr 22  3 21 51 Gr    741cK1  5.5  4.8   14+  44     18 ** GRAZE: CA -3.0S; Dist. 58km in az. 201deg. [Lat = 35.15-0.31(E.Long+106.01)]
   Distance of 741 to Terminator = 0.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Apr 22  3 28 16 r     741cK1  5.5  4.8   14+  44     17 279 -17S 196 139 203 +5.5 +6.6 +2.1+4.9 .127 -103.8 .02  4 58 14.6  17 10 24 377.1 978.3
       741 is double: ** 6.5 6.5 0.08" 240.0, dT = -0.45sec
       741 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1248). Observations are highly desired
15 Apr 22 23 30  1 d     878cF0  5.5  5.3   21+  55  26 70 210  14S 168 143 170 +6.4 +6.9 +9.9+9.9 .080  -76.7      5 48 19.1  17 43 50 377.9 648.9
   R878 = 130 Tauri
       878 is double: ** 5.6 9.0 0.030"  84.0, dT = +0.04sec
       878 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 986). Observations are highly desired
15 Apr 22 23 41 12 Gr    878cF0  5.5  5.3   21+  55  24 69 ** GRAZE: CA  0.5S; Dist. 50km in az. 187deg. [Lat = 35.26-0.10(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Apr 22 23 51 36 r     878cF0  5.5  5.3   21+  55  22 68 222 -13S 196 161 197 +6.4 +6.9 +9.9+9.9 .081 -103.3      5 48 19.1  17 43 50 378.1 657.0
   R878 = 130 Tauri
       878 is double: ** 5.6 9.0 0.030"  84.0, dT = +0.14sec
       878 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 986). Observations are highly desired
15 Apr 23 22 47 20 d    1029cA2  5.2  5.2   30+  67  35 69 143  62N  68  99  64 +6.7 +7.1 +2.3+1.5 .302   26.1      6 43 17.3  17 37 35 383.5 635.1
   R1029 = 26 Geminorum
      1029 is double: AB 5.9 5.9 0.008" 269.1, dT = -0.03sec
15 Apr 24  0  8 35 r    1029cA2  5.2  5.2   31+  67  18 71 201 -63N 304 286 300 +6.4 +7.1 +2.1-1.9 .300  153.8      6 43 17.3  17 37 35 383.8 632.0
   R1029 = 26 Geminorum
      1029 is double: AB 5.9 5.9 0.008" 269.1, dT = -0.02sec
15 Apr 26  4 45  4 D    1281cK0  6.3  5.6   52+  92     40 257  51S 143  89 128 +4.4 +6.5 +0.6-2.8 .332  -32.7      8 34 35.9  13 12  5 395.8 764.1
      1281 is double: ** 7.2 7.2 0.10"  60.0, dT = +0.04sec
      1281 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 384). Observations are highly desired
15 Apr 26  5 45 18 r    1281cK0  6.3  5.6   52+  92     27 267 -62S 257 200 242 +4.3 +6.6 +1.0-0.8 .368 -147.4      8 34 35.9  13 12  5 397.1 847.4
      1281 is double: ** 7.2 7.2 0.10"  60.0, dT = +0.26sec
      1281 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 384). Observations are highly desired
15 Apr 27 22 27 19 d    1468 M2  4.7  3.9s  69+ 112  39 26  99  12S 187 241 166 +3.6 +4.6 +9.9+9.9 .065  -80.7 .08 10  1  1.8   7 58  4 401.4 793.6
   R1468 = Yu Neu = pi Leonis
      1468 = NSV 4699, 4.67 to 4.76, V
15 Apr 27 22 33 48 Gr   1468 M2  4.7  3.9s  69+ 112  38 27 ** GRAZE: CA  2.2S; Dist. 24km in az. 181deg. [Lat = 35.49-0.02(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Apr 27 22 40  7 r    1468 M2  4.7  3.9s  69+ 112  37 28 101  -7S 206 260 185 +3.5 +4.6 +9.9+9.9 .064  -99.3 .08 10  1  1.8   7 58  4 401.2 776.9
   R1468 = Yu Neu = pi Leonis
      1468 = NSV 4699, 4.67 to 4.76, V
15 May  1  8  5 46 D    1795cK3  6.9  6.1   92+ 148     31 238  59N  81  37  56 -2.1 +0.8 +1.6-0.9 .315   32.1     12 31 38.8 - 4  8 49 399.5 726.2
      1795 is double: ** 7.9 7.9 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.31sec
      1795 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1437). Observations are highly desired
15 May  5 12  1 55 d    2271cK0  4.1  3.6   98- 164  -2 14 237 -51N  51   5  38 -5.8 -4.5 +0.6+0.2 .310   43.2     15 54 43.6 -16 46 20 389.0 805.1
   R2271 = theta Librae
      2271 is double: ** 5.1 5.1 0.050" 196.0, dT = -0.13sec
      2271 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 985). Observations are highly desired
15 May  6  7  3 42 R    2390kB9  6.7  6.6   95- 154     31 151  83N 277 301 268 -5.1 -5.2 +1.9+0.5 .364 -174.3     16 39 23.6 -18 14 55 384.5 688.5
   *** A light curve is desired as    2390 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 205327575}
15 May  8  6 54 10 R    2680cK0  5.6  5.1   82- 130     15 127  75N 278 321 281 -4.8 -6.0 +1.0+0.9 .437  174.8     18 31  6.9 -18 42 55 379.4 810.5
      2680 is double: ** 6.6 6.6 0.10" 322.0, dT = -0.16sec
      2680 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 988). Observations are highly desired
15 May  8  7 26 19 r    2685 K1  6.8  6.4   82- 129     20 133  66S 239 278 243 -4.8 -6.0 +1.7+2.0 .351 -147.2     18 32 13.9 -18 53 43 378.9 770.5
15 May  8  8  0 32 r  161582wG3  7.0  6.3   82- 129     24 140  51S 224 258 227 -4.9 -6.0 +2.1+2.6 .269 -132.6     18 33 24.3 -18 57 29 378.3 733.1
    161582 is double: AB 7.1 9.6 69" 261.9, dT = -202sec
15 May 10  9 46 25 d    2995cK1  6.1  5.7   61- 103     27 136 -72S  93 128 108 -4.0 -5.2 +1.6+0.9 .399  -14.6     20 31 56.1 -15  0  7 371.5 748.2
      2995 is double: AB 6.8 7.0 0.14" 139.3, dT = +0.24sec
      2995 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 May 10 11  3 53 R    2995cK1  6.1  5.7   61- 103 -12 36 156  76S 240 261 255 -4.2 -5.2 +1.9+1.4 .370 -165.5     20 31 56.1 -15  0  7 370.5 692.8
      2995 is double: AB 6.8 7.0 0.14" 139.3, dT = +0.07sec
      2995 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 May 11  9 46 34 M    3137 K0  6.7  6.2   50-  90     21 124   3S 165 209 185 -3.1 -4.2 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     21 27 15.0 -12  1 40 369.3 814.4
15 May 11 11 42 57 R    3146 F7  6.6  6.4   49-  89  -4 38 150  69N 272 297 292 -3.3 -4.2 +2.1+0.6 .368  158.1     21 29  3.7 -11 29 59 367.5 713.7
15 May 12  9 32 38 R    3278 B8  5.4  5.4V  39-  77     13 109  39N 300 351 323 -2.1 -3.0 +0.6+0.2 .349  133.2     22 21  0.1 - 7 44 35 367.8 913.1
   R3278 = rho Aquarii
      3278 = HD 211838, 5.35, , Type ACV, Period 6.5633 days, Phase 82 %
15 May 12 16 15 13 m    3308cF7  6.2  5.9   37-  74  50 39 220   5N 334 302 357 -2.9 -3.0 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     22 32  6.3 - 6 28 34 364.6 764.5
      3308 is double: AB 6.3 8.6 0.023" 348.7
      3308 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 May 13  9 46 21 R    3416cA3  5.6  5.5   28-  63      8 100  51N 287 340 311 -1.0 -1.5 +0.4+0.7 .451  144.7     23 16 21.2 - 3 24 47 366.4 983.9
      3416 is double: ** 6.4 6.4 0.050" 350.0, dT = -0.05sec
      3416 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1638). Observations are highly desired
15 May 14 11 14 50 R      24 K0  6.8  6.1   17-  49  -9 18 101  37N 299 352 324 +0.2 +0.2 +0.8+0.2 .341  129.6     24 14 34.1   1 28  3 364.2 948.3
15 May 14 13 33  6 r      35 K0  6.2  5.7   17-  48  17 43 128  69N 268 308 293 +0.1 +0.2 +1.7+0.9 .408  156.7     24 18 34.3   1 46 21 361.8 788.6
15 May 15 10 50 29 R     167SF0  5.5  5.3s  10-  36      5  87  61N 274 329 298 +1.5 +1.9 +0.1+1.0 .555  156.6     25  9  8.9   5 43 43 365.61072.5
   R167 = 80 Piscium
       167 is triple: AB 5.5 12.2 67" 310.6, dT = -97sec : AC 5.5 11.1 176" 123.1, dT = +278sec
       167 = NSV 410, 5.45 to 5.55, V
15 May 20  1 10 51 d     814SB5  5.4  5.5    4+  24   9 29 272  62N  71  13  75 +4.7 +6.8 +0.8-0.5 .444   23.6      5 28  2.8  17 58 16 377.1 891.7
   R814 = 115 Tauri
       814 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 5.4 6.4 0.023" 332.4, dT = -0.01sec : AC 5.4 11.8 10.1" 346.9, dT = +2.2sec : AB 5.4 10.1 10.3" 304.8, dT = -14sec
       814 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 May 20  2  7 34 r     814SB5  5.4  5.5    4+  24  -1 17 280 -70N 299 241 302 +4.7 +6.9 +0.0-1.8 .488  156.4      5 28  2.8  17 58 16 378.5 981.9
   R814 = 115 Tauri
       814 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 5.4 6.4 0.023" 332.4, dT = -0.04sec : AC 5.4 11.8 10.1" 346.9, dT = -14sec : AB 5.4 10.1 10.3" 304.8, dT = -21sec
       814 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 May 20 17 31 29 d     934 K1  6.4  5.7S   8+  34  65 36  93  35N  45 103  44 +6.3 +7.0 +0.4+2.9 .337   40.6      6 11 54.7  18  7 24 379.9 827.0
       934 = NSV 16797, 6.33, , Type VAR:
15 May 20 19 21 40 d     944cA6  5.9         9+  34  74 57 114  80S 110 161 108 +6.1 +6.9 +2.0-0.1 .349  -21.7      6 15 21.4  17 53 52 378.7 700.2
   R944 = 124 H1. Orionis
       944 is double: AB 6.29 7.16 0.29" 143.9, dT = +0.7sec
       944 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 May 21 20 46 42 d    1091cK5  6.5  5.8   16+  47  62 62 126  84S 108 152 101 +5.9 +6.9 +2.1-0.2 .340  -12.5      7 12 39.2  16 56 50 383.9 657.2
      1091 is double: ** 7.5 7.5 0.050"  50.0, dT = +0.08sec
      1091 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 503). Observations are highly desired
15 May 22  1 20  9 D    1106SA3  3.6  3.5s  17+  48   8 47 255  53S 139  84 131 +5.0 +7.0 +0.8-2.8 .327  -34.3      7 18 57.7  16 30 32 385.8 749.9
   R1106 = lambda Geminorum
      1106 is quadruple: ** 4.0 5.0 0.045" 300.0, dT = -0.13sec : AB 3.6 10.7 9.7"  34.1, dT = -8sec : AB          10.8" 260.6, dT = -17sec
      1106 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 502). Observations are highly desired
      1106 = NSV 3512, 3.52 to 3.62, V
15 May 22  2 20 47 R    1106SA3  3.6  3.5s  17+  49  -3 35 266 -58S 251 193 242 +4.9 +7.0 +1.2-0.5 .363 -145.8      7 18 57.7  16 30 32 387.0 829.8
   R1106 = lambda Geminorum
      1106 is quadruple: ** 4.0 5.0 0.045" 300.0, dT = -0.08sec : AB 3.6 10.7 9.7"  34.1, dT = +22sec : AB          10.8" 260.6, dT = -29sec
      1106 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 502). Observations are highly desired
      1106 = NSV 3512, 3.52 to 3.62, V
15 May 23  1 39 29 d    1234cA1  6.2  6.2   25+  60   4 51 247  63S 132  82 119 +4.6 +6.6 +1.1-2.4 .342  -22.6      8 11 50.0  14 34 51 390.2 710.4
      1234 is double: ** 6.9 6.9 0.10" 333.0, dT = -0.27sec
      1234 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 417). Observations are highly desired
15 May 23  2 50 41 r    1234cA1  6.2  6.2   25+  61  -9 37 261 -71S 266 210 253 +4.4 +6.6 +1.2-1.0 .384 -157.6      8 11 50.0  14 34 51 391.5 795.6
      1234 is double: ** 6.9 6.9 0.10" 333.0, dT = -0.1sec
      1234 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 417). Observations are highly desired
15 May 24 19 36 25 D    1428SA5  3.5  3.3   42+  81  73 18  90  65N  85 141  65 +4.1 +4.9 +0.4+1.4 .422   18.1      9 41 58.0   9 49 12 399.5 864.8
   R1428 = omicron Leonis
      1428 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 3.5      0.004" 176.3, dT = 0.00sec : Aa,Ac 3.5      0.60" 268.0, dT = -1.4sec : AB 3.6 10.8 97"  47.1, dT = +182sec
      1428 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 May 24 20 43 28 R    1428SA5  3.5  3.3   42+  81  63 31 101 -76N 303 358 283 +4.0 +4.9 +1.1-0.1 .375  162.0      9 41 58.0   9 49 12 398.3 767.9
   R1428 = omicron Leonis
      1428 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 3.5      0.004" 176.3, dT = +0.01sec : Aa,Ac 3.5      0.60" 268.0, dT = -1.3sec : AB 3.6 10.8 97"  47.1, dT = +62sec
      1428 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 May 26  7  2 40 d    1565MK3  6.2  5.5   55+  96      9 269  87N 109  54  86 +0.9 +3.8 +0.2-1.6 .474    1.3     10 44  9.0   4 39 54 403.0 928.4
   R1565 = 35 Sextantis
      1565 is triple: AB 6.2 7.1 6.7" 240.0, dT = -9sec : AC 6.2 8.1 333" 210.0, dT = -132sec
15 May 27  4  6 51 D    1652cG8  5.4  4.9   63+ 106     47 225  51S 152 117 127 +0.1 +2.5 +1.1-2.9 .280  -34.1     11 24 50.1   1 19 18 399.6 663.2
   R1652 = 79 Leonis
      1652 is double: ** 5.9 6.5 0.003" 155.0, dT = +0.01sec
15 May 27  5 15 15 r    1652cG8  5.4  4.9   64+ 106     35 242 -59S 261 215 237 -0.2 +2.6 +1.7-0.9 .307 -145.9     11 24 50.1   1 19 18 400.5 725.6
   R1652 = 79 Leonis
      1652 is double: ** 5.9 6.5 0.003" 155.0, dT = 0.00sec
15 May 28  6  6 15 D    1753 K0  6.7  6.2   73+ 117     31 240   7S 196 151 171 -1.6 +1.2 +9.9+9.9 .048  -82.5 .02 12 12 10.1 - 2 47 10 399.9 729.3
15 May 28  6 11 14 Gr   1753 K0  6.7  6.2   73+ 117     30 ** GRAZE: CA -0.5S; Dist. 21km in az. 202deg. [Lat = 35.50-0.32(E.Long+106.01)]
   Distance of 1753 to Terminator = 3.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 May 30  7  6 46 D    1973cK5  6.2        88+ 140     30 229  16N  38 359  16 -3.9 -1.6 +2.5+2.8 .117   71.3     13 48  3.5 - 9 47 11 394.7 703.4
      1973 is double: AB 6.41 8.00 0.032"  12.7, dT = +0.24sec
      1973 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Jun  1  2 18 58 d    2193WF2  6.1  5.9   97+ 161  -2 19 126  46S 158 201 142 -4.2 -4.1 +0.1-1.6 .284  -48.3     15 21 54.7 -15 36  8 389.1 807.8
   R2193 = omicron Librae
      2193 is double: AB 6.2 10.0 40" 348.8, dT = -140sec
15 Jun  1  7 22 19 d    2210 K0  6.8  6.4   98+ 163     35 206  19N  42  21  27 -5.1 -4.0 +2.6+1.9 .171   60.6     15 29 31.8 -15 45  8 386.6 658.6
   Distance of 2210 to Terminator = 4.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Jun  4 11 36 16 R    2658cF8  5.8  5.4V  96- 158  -3 21 226  52N 295 257 297 -5.2 -5.9 +1.7-1.8 .353  145.7     18 22 18.8 -18 50 57 376.1 784.1
   R2658 = Y Sagittarii
      2658 is double: ** 6.2 6.2 0.050" 350.0, dT = -0.08sec
      2658 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1542). Observations are highly desired
      2658 = Y Sgr, 5.25 to 6.24, V, Type DCEP, Period 5.77335 days, Phase 33 %
15 Jun  5 11 39 29 d    2826cF0  3.9  3.8v  91- 145  -2 29 215 -76S  90  61  98 -4.5 -5.8 +1.8-0.8 .395  -14.6     19 22 35.1 -17 48 50 372.5 743.1
   R2826 = rho Sagittarii
      2826 is double: ** 4.2 6.7 0.036" 325.5, dT = -0.05sec
      2826 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 543). Observations are highly desired
      2826 = rho 1 Sgr, 3.9 to 3.94, V, Type DSCTC, Period 0.05 days
15 Jun  5 12 51  7 r    2826cF0  3.9  3.8v  91- 144  11 19 230  74S 240 199 249 -4.7 -5.8 +0.8-0.1 .438 -165.2     19 22 35.1 -17 48 50 373.3 824.4
   R2826 = rho Sagittarii
      2826 is double: ** 4.2 6.7 0.036" 325.5, dT = -0.01sec
      2826 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 543). Observations are highly desired
      2826 = rho 1 Sgr, 3.9 to 3.94, V, Type DSCTC, Period 0.05 days
15 Jun  8 15 35  1 m    3269 G8  4.2  3.7   62- 104  43 26 238   2N 336 292 358 -2.1 -3.2 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     22 17 39.2 - 7 42 16 367.5 843.3
   R3269 = Ancha = theta Aquarii
   Distance of 3269 to Terminator = 11.8"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Jun  8 15 35 45 Gr   3269 G8  4.2  3.7   62- 104  43 28 ** GRAZE: CA  2.8N; Dist.343km in az. 157deg. [Lat = 32.36+0.34(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Jun  9  8 54 25 Gr   3380cK0  5.9  5.4   53-  93     21 ** GRAZE: CA -2.6N; Dist.111km in az. 169deg. [Lat = 34.69+0.15(E.Long+106.01)]
   Distance of 3380 to Terminator = 3.1"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Jun  9  8 56  1 m    3380cK0  5.9  5.4   53-  93     21 112  -3N 340  29   4 -0.2 -1.7 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     23  2 19.7 - 4 37 39 367.6 872.6
      3380 is double: ** 7.0 7.0 0.10"  90.0
      3380 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1633). Observations are highly desired
15 Jun  9 10 42 24 R    3385 F8  6.7  6.4   52-  93 -12 39 134  86S 243 279 267 -0.4 -1.7 +1.5+1.6 .423 -177.1     23  4 45.6 - 4 42 38 365.9 760.0
15 Jun 10 11 19 33 R    3530 M2  6.8  6.0v  40-  79  -6 40 127  58S 214 255 239 +0.6 -0.1 +1.0+2.4 .376 -149.6     24  0 33.8 - 0 11 40 365.6 781.2
      3530 = DQ Psc, 6.82 to 6.94, Hp, Type SRB
15 Jun 11 18 29 33 r     153 K5  6.0  5.2   27-  63  75 32 253  75N 262 210 286 +0.8 +1.5 +1.1-0.8 .460  168.5     25  5 40.3   5 44 14 367.0 842.4
   R153 = 73 Piscium
15 Jun 11 19 52 10 r     167SF0  5.5  5.3s  27-  62  74 16 266  35S 192 137 216 +0.7 +1.6 +0.5+2.8 .257 -119.0      1  9  9.6   5 43 47 368.7 952.2
   R167 = 80 Piscium
       167 is triple: AB 5.5 12.2 67" 310.6, dT = +124sec : AC 5.5 11.1 176" 123.1, dT = -247sec
       167 = NSV 410, 5.45 to 5.55, V
15 Jun 13 11 16 35 m     404cA7  5.2  5.1v  11-  39  -6 18  87  -3N 341  37 360 +3.6 +4.6 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      2 45 47.4  12 30 26 370.9 994.3
   R404 = 38 Arietis (UV)
       404 is double: ** 4.8 7.4 0.036"   9.0
       404 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 975). Observations are highly desired
       404 = UV Ari, 5.18 to 5.22, V, Type DSCTC, Period 0.0355 days
15 Jun 22  4 10 34 D    1518 K3  6.1  5.5   29+  65     19 264  80S 123  68 100 +1.4 +4.0 +0.4-2.0 .437  -10.8     10 23 48.5   6 27 46 400.6 867.8
   R1518 = 43 Leonis
15 Jun 24  0 21 22 d    1708wF7  6.2  5.9   46+  85  22 54 169  40S 164 172 139 -0.4 +1.4 +0.9-3.2 .227  -44.3     11 49 48.7 - 0 24 18 398.9 622.0
      1708 is double: AB 6.2 13.1 27.7" 128.3, dT = +99sec
15 Jun 25  3 17 55 D    1814SK5  6.7  5.8S  56+  97 -10 43 217  81N 104  74  79 -2.3 +0.1 +2.1-1.3 .326   12.3     12 39 31.5 - 4 27 31 398.5 651.0
      1814 is triple: AB 6.8 10.0 57" 109.1, dT = +174sec : AC 6.8 10.2 165" 359.0, dT = -130sec
      1814 = NSV 19445, 6.66, , Type VAR:
15 Jun 29  1 53 58 D    2271cK0  4.1  3.6   90+ 143   4 26 138  86N 103 138  90 -5.0 -4.7 +1.4+0.5 .395    4.9     15 54 43.9 -16 46 20 385.4 744.7
   R2271 = theta Librae
      2271 is double: ** 5.1 5.1 0.050" 196.0, dT = -0.01sec
      2271 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 985). Observations are highly desired
15 Jun 29  3 15 54 r    2271cK0  4.1  3.6   90+ 143 -10 35 158 -84N 292 311 279 -5.3 -4.7 +1.9-0.2 .356  174.7     15 54 43.9 -16 46 20 384.2 672.1
   R2271 = theta Librae
      2271 is double: ** 5.1 5.1 0.050" 196.0, dT = +0.01sec
      2271 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 985). Observations are highly desired
15 Jul  1  6  5 17 m    2571 A9  6.8  6.6   99+ 168     35 176  21S 181 185 180 -5.2 -5.7 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     17 52 45.1 -19 31 32 374.0 666.8
   Distance of 2571 to Terminator = 2.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Jul  2  9 50 17 r    2755cG8  6.6  6.1  100- 174     25 220  82N 222 189 228 -4.9 -5.8 +0.9+0.7 .346 -144.5     18 57 10.3 -18 41  7 370.3 769.7
   Distance of 2755 to Terminator = 4.3"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Jul  2 11 28 11 r    2764SG5  6.4  5.9  100- 174  -5 11 238  87S 215 168 221 -5.1 -5.9 +0.1+0.8 .365 -137.6     19  0 22.6 -18 32 27 371.6 892.7
      2764 is triple: **               197.0, dT = +26sec : ** 7.1 7.1 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.16sec
      2764 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1561). Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 2764 to Terminator = 5.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Jul  3  4 55 54 r    2889 M2  6.9  6.0v  98- 164     20 131  49N 286 326 297 -3.1 -5.3 +1.2+0.6 .416  158.5     19 48  3.8 -17  2  8 368.3 803.2
   R2889 = V4026 Sagittarii
      2889 = V4026 Sgr, 6.69 to 6.9, V, Type SR:
15 Jul  5 10  3 13 R    3205cK0  6.9  6.4   86- 136     44 179  40S 197 198 218 -1.1 -3.3 +1.0+2.6 .265 -131.4     21 53 51.7 -10 29 11 362.7 713.7
      3205 is double: ** 7.6 7.6 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.11sec
      3205 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1612). Observations are highly desired
15 Jul  5 10 50 47 R    3208cB9  6.5        86- 136 -11 43 195  80S 238 226 259 -1.2 -3.3 +1.7+0.7 .405 -172.8     21 54 26.7 -10 14  7 362.8 725.9
      3208 is double: AB 8.66 6.71 0.12" 139.6, dT = +0.04sec
      3208 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Jul  6  6 20 54 r    3334 A0  6.4  6.4   78- 124     14 109  38S 195 246 219 +0.6 -1.9 +0.6+3.3 .280 -122.8     22 44  3.6 - 6 52 45 365.7 920.4
   R3334 = 67 Aquarii
15 Jul  9 11 45 29 Gr    238 M0  6.4  5.6v  43-  81  -4 54 ** GRAZE: CA  4.4N; Dist.161km in az. 146deg. [Lat = 33.97+0.54(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Jul  9 11 47 58 M     238 M0  6.4  5.6v  43-  81  -2 53 133   4N 334  11 357 +3.4 +2.9 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      1 37 32.4   7 54 33 367.1 743.2
       238 = CY Psc, 6.34 to 6.55, Hp, Type SRB, Period 33.5 days
15 Jul  9 17 56 35 r     258cA2  6.6  6.6v  41-  79  69 26 262  64N 275 220 297 +2.6 +2.9 +0.8-1.3 .453  158.9      1 46 31.6   8 38  7 370.0 876.7
   R258 = UZ Piscium
       258 is double: AB 6.8 8.2      350.0, dT = 0.00sec
       258 = UZ Psc, 6.43 to 6.65, V, Type ACV, Period 4.1321 days, Phase 80 %
15 Jul 10  8 26  7 R     354cB7  5.5  5.5v  33-  70      8  82  85S 245 300 265 +4.4 +4.4 -0.1+1.5 .577 -173.6      2 25 38.9  10 40 42 373.51053.5
   R354 = xi Arietis
       354 is double: ** 6.3 6.3 0.050"  46.0, dT = +0.08sec
       354 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 984). Observations are highly desired
       354 = HIP 11249, 5.48, range 0.00, 7V, Type VAR, Period 1.73515 days
15 Jul 10  8 59 32 R     360SF0  6.7  6.5v  33-  70     14  87  34S 194 250 214 +4.4 +4.4 -0.4+3.1 .303 -123.2      2 27 35.5  10 37 58 372.91003.8
   R360 = VW Arietis
       360 is triple: AC 6.7 11.8 60" 155.0, dT = -155sec : AB 6.7 8.3 74"  31.0, dT = +234sec
       360 = VW Ari, 6.64 to 6.76, V, Type DSCT, Period 0.1606 days
15 Jul 10 19 12  4 d     404cA7  5.2  5.1v  29-  66  76 24 268 -71N  52 356  71 +3.3 +4.4 +0.8+0.2 .437   27.4      2 45 48.2  12 30 30 373.0 895.3
   R404 = 38 Arietis (UV)
       404 is double: ** 4.8 7.4 0.036"   9.0, dT = +0.06sec
       404 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 975). Observations are highly desired
       404 = UV Ari, 5.18 to 5.22, V, Type DSCTC, Period 0.0355 days
15 Jul 10 20  6 38 r     404cA7  5.2  5.1v  29-  65  72 13 276  53N 288 232 307 +3.2 +4.4 +0.1-1.7 .478  152.5      2 45 48.2  12 30 30 374.2 980.5
   R404 = 38 Arietis (UV)
       404 is double: ** 4.8 7.4 0.036"   9.0, dT = -0.01sec
       404 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 975). Observations are highly desired
       404 = UV Ari, 5.18 to 5.22, V, Type DSCTC, Period 0.0355 days
15 Jul 12 10 19 15 R     636cF7  7.0     s  14-  44     12  78  28N 317  14 328 +5.5 +6.4 +0.8-0.7 .273  119.3      4 20 47.5  16 33 22 379.11029.0
   R636 = 55 Tauri
       636 is double: AB 7.26 8.62 0.57"   6.0, dT = -1.4sec
       636 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       636 = NSV 15952, 6.88, range 0.01, V, Type BY:
15 Jul 12 11 44 11 Gr    650cA1  5.6  5.5s  13-  43  -4 29 ** GRAZE: CA  0.0N; Dist. 86km in az. 152deg. [Lat = 34.83+0.43(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Jul 12 11 45 25 m     650cA1  5.6  5.5s  13-  43  -3 29  90   0N 345  44 355 +5.5 +6.4 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      4 24 17.8  16 48 35 377.5 898.0
   R650 = 63 Tauri
       650 is double: ** 5.9 7.9      350.0
       650 = NSV 15964, 5.64, range 0.02, V, Type VAR:
15 Jul 13 15 14 40 d     814SB5  5.4  5.5    6-  29  37 59 118 -81S  86 136  90 +5.5 +6.8 +1.9+0.9 .373   -4.1      5 28  3.4  17 58 18 378.9 696.9
   R814 = 115 Tauri
       814 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 5.4 6.4 0.025" 324.9, dT = -0.03sec : AC 5.4 11.8 10.1" 346.9, dT = -4sec : AB 5.4 10.1 10.3" 304.8, dT = -22sec
       814 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Jul 13 16 41  9 r     814SB5  5.4  5.5    6-  29  55 72 160  86N 261 278 264 +5.2 +6.7 +2.3+0.6 .348 -175.6      5 28  3.4  17 58 18 378.5 650.2
   R814 = 115 Tauri
       814 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 5.4 6.4 0.025" 324.9, dT = -0.03sec : AC 5.4 11.8 10.1" 346.9, dT = -2.1sec : AB 5.4 10.1 10.3" 304.8, dT = -21sec
       814 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Jul 13 19 17 53 r     829 K5  6.8  5.9    6-  28  76 57 247  18N 329 277 332 +4.7 +6.8 +1.2-4.6 .206  123.2      5 32 32.7  18 15  6 379.6 702.4
15 Jul 18 20 29 55 d    1458 K2  5.9  5.3    8+  32  67 61 156  64S 142 161 120 +2.8 +4.2 +1.7-2.1 .286  -27.4      9 57 14.3   8 51 32 395.8 627.5
15 Jul 18 21 52 44 r    1458 K2  5.9  5.3    8+  33  52 62 200 -64S 269 253 248 +2.5 +4.2 +2.6-0.2 .290 -152.9      9 57 14.3   8 51 32 395.9 633.8
15 Jul 24 22  4 52 d    2088cF5  6.2  6.0   58+  99  49 21 124  32N  51  94  31 -4.6 -3.6 +2.4+4.1 .190   62.0     14 37 50.1 -12 22  9 395.3 781.4
      2088 is double: ** 6.2      0.019" 290.7, dT = -0.05sec
      2088 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1466). Observations are highly desired
15 Jul 29  2 58 56 D    2658cF8  5.8  5.4V  93+ 149  -9 28 147  45N  51  79  53 -5.6 -5.9 +2.1+2.1 .297   41.5     18 22 19.3 -18 50 55 372.2 722.1
   R2658 = Y Sagittarii
      2658 is double: ** 6.2 6.2 0.050" 350.0, dT = +0.08sec
      2658 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1542). Observations are highly desired
      2658 = Y Sgr, 5.25 to 6.24, V, Type DCEP, Period 5.77335 days, Phase 81 %
15 Jul 29  4  2  5 r    2658cF8  5.8  5.4V  93+ 149     34 163 -54N 311 325 314 -5.8 -5.8 +2.0-1.0 .280  138.4     18 22 19.3 -18 50 55 371.5 681.9
   R2658 = Y Sagittarii
      2658 is double: ** 6.2 6.2 0.050" 350.0, dT = -0.14sec
      2658 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1542). Observations are highly desired
      2658 = Y Sgr, 5.25 to 6.24, V, Type DCEP, Period 5.77335 days, Phase 81 %
15 Jul 29  8 15 50 D    2680cK0  5.6  5.1   94+ 151     20 227  54N  59  20  62 -6.4 -5.9 +0.9-0.1 .413   20.9     18 31  8.1 -18 42 52 371.9 802.9
      2680 is double: ** 6.6 6.6 0.10" 322.0, dT = -0.03sec
      2680 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 988). Observations are highly desired
15 Jul 29  8 48  0 d    2685 K1  6.8  6.4   94+ 151     15 233  76S 109  65 112 -6.5 -6.0 +1.3-1.7 .408  -28.9     18 32 15.1 -18 53 40 372.3 844.5
15 Jul 30  3 25 42 D    2826cF0  3.9  3.8v  98+ 162     26 140  47N  52  85  60 -4.7 -5.6 +1.8+2.0 .350   34.4     19 22 35.9 -17 48 48 367.4 760.3
   R2826 = rho Sagittarii
      2826 is double: ** 4.2 6.7 0.036" 325.5, dT = +0.01sec
      2826 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 543). Observations are highly desired
      2826 = rho 1 Sgr, 3.9 to 3.94, V, Type DSCTC, Period 0.05 days
15 Jul 30  3 58 39 m    2828cK0  5.8  5.3   98+ 162     29 147  10S 175 202 184 -4.7 -5.5 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     19 22 46.8 -18 16 30 366.9 731.2
   R2828 = 45 Sagittarii
      2828 is double: ** 3.7 6.7 0.021" 106.0
      2828 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 994). Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 2828 to Terminator = 1.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Jul 30  4 31 57 r    2826cF0  3.9  3.8v  98+ 163     33 156 -67N 298 319 307 -4.8 -5.5 +2.0-0.3 .326  145.5     19 22 35.9 -17 48 48 366.4 709.3
   R2826 = rho Sagittarii
      2826 is double: ** 4.2 6.7 0.036" 325.5, dT = -0.1sec
      2826 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 543). Observations are highly desired
      2826 = rho 1 Sgr, 3.9 to 3.94, V, Type DSCTC, Period 0.05 days
15 Jul 31  7 53  2 m    2986 G8  6.4  5.9  100+ 176     37 196  65S 161 148 176 -3.9 -4.8 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     20 29 37.6 -15 41  7 361.6 727.7
   Distance of 2986 to Terminator = 1.9"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Aug  1  7 34 49 r    3137 K0  6.7  6.2   99- 168     42 174  43N 286 291 306 -2.1 -3.7 +2.5-0.5 .326  142.5     21 27 17.1 -12  1 29 358.8 723.4
   Distance of 3137 to Terminator = 9.7"; to 3km sunlit peak = 1.8"
15 Aug  3  6 12 10 R    3431 F2  6.6  6.4   89- 141     28 118  85N 252 298 276 +1.5 -0.7 +1.1+1.5 .486  176.7     23 21  5.4 - 3 49 54 359.7 856.3
15 Aug  4 10 40 44 d      50dG5  5.8  5.3S  79- 125     56 181 -45N  22  22  47 +2.6 +1.0 +1.0+2.6 .312   40.4     24 26 13.1   2  1 38 359.6 724.9
   R50 = 44 Piscium
        50 is double: AB 5.8 9.0 1.0" 350.0, dT = +2.7sec
        50 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
        50 = NSV 15087, 5.77, , Type VAR:
15 Aug  4 11 41  5 R      50dG5  5.8  5.3S  79- 125  -7 54 207  54N 283 262 308 +2.5 +1.0 +2.5-1.1 .317  139.8     24 26 13.1   2  1 38 359.9 735.3
   R50 = 44 Piscium
        50 is double: AB 5.8 9.0 1.0" 350.0, dT = -1.3sec
        50 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
        50 = NSV 15087, 5.77, , Type VAR:
15 Aug  6 15 35 35 d     354cB7  5.5  5.5v  55-  96  39 41 251 -12S 150  98 170 +4.4 +4.2 +1.8-9.3 .107  -75.8      2 25 39.7  10 40 47 368.4 785.4
   R354 = xi Arietis
       354 is double: ** 6.3 6.3 0.050"  46.0, dT = -0.11sec
       354 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 984). Observations are highly desired
       354 = HIP 11249, 5.48, range 0.00, 7V, Type VAR, Period 1.73515 days
15 Aug  6 15 45  3 Gr    354cB7  5.5  5.5v  55-  96  41 40 ** GRAZE: CA  3.0S; Dist. 56km in az. 178deg. [Lat = 35.20+0.03(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Aug  6 15 54  0 r     354cB7  5.5  5.5v  55-  96  43 38 255  18S 179 126 199 +4.4 +4.2 +1.0+8.2 .110 -104.2      2 25 39.7  10 40 47 368.7 806.3
   R354 = xi Arietis
       354 is double: ** 6.3 6.3 0.050"  46.0, dT = +0.31sec
       354 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 984). Observations are highly desired
       354 = HIP 11249, 5.48, range 0.00, 7V, Type VAR, Period 1.73515 days
15 Aug  7  7 33 42 d     454 K3  5.6  5.1   47-  86     13  83  -7N 351  47   8 +6.2 +5.5 -2.5+8.9 .081   81.8 .02  3  7 15.3  13 14 42 373.91025.2
15 Aug  7  7 38 15 Gr    454 K3  5.6  5.1   47-  86     13 ** GRAZE: CA  1.5N; Dist. 30km in az. 336deg. [Lat = 36.01+0.35(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Aug  7  7 41 48 R     454 K3  5.6  5.1   47-  86     14  84  10N 334  30 351 +6.2 +5.5 +2.8-6.1 .080   98.2 .02  3  7 15.3  13 14 42 373.81012.2
15 Aug  7  9 38 18 d     464cK0  6.1  5.6   46-  85     37 101 -19S 146 201 162 +6.1 +5.4 +3.4-3.9 .117  -75.4      3 12 13.6  13  6 17 371.9 845.2
       464 is double: AB 6.1      0.50"  23.0, dT = -2.3sec
       464 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Aug  7  9 45 52 Gr    464cK0  6.1  5.6   46-  85     38 ** GRAZE: CA -4.1S; Dist. 71km in az. 150deg. [Lat = 34.98+0.46(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Aug  7  9 56  2 R     464cK0  6.1  5.6   46-  85     40 104  10S 175 229 191 +6.1 +5.4 -1.7+7.4 .114 -104.6      3 12 13.6  13  6 17 371.6 822.6
       464 is double: AB 6.1      0.50"  23.0, dT = +4sec
       464 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Aug  8 16 40 49 r     627 K1  6.6  6.0   33-  70  52 52 249  65S 233 181 244 +5.6 +6.3 +1.8+0.8 .334 -148.9      4 17 41.8  16 14 59 376.1 719.4
15 Aug  9  8  9 11 R     741cK1  5.5  4.8   26-  61      2  70  65N 286 339 292 +6.9 +7.0 -0.2+0.6 .535  154.1      4 58 16.0  17 10 29 383.61105.4
       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
15 Aug 10 18 34 29 r     934 K1  6.4  5.7S  15-  45  68 52 253  30N 326 271 325 +5.6 +7.0 +0.9-3.8 .252  131.2      6 11 55.7  18  7 26 384.3 719.9
       934 = NSV 16797, 6.33, , Type VAR:
15 Aug 10 20 42 44 r     944cA6  5.9        14-  44  61 26 274  58N 298 240 296 +5.3 +7.1 +0.3-1.9 .444  160.5      6 15 22.4  17 53 55 386.8 888.8
   R944 = 124 H1. Orionis
       944 is double: AB 6.29 7.16 0.29" 144.0, dT = +0.6sec
       944 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Aug 12 18 17 31 r    1197 K3  5.8  5.1    4-  22  66 68 206  55N 304 282 292 +5.1 +6.3 +2.0-1.9 .314  161.7      7 57 51.4  15 44 47 390.2 634.8
   R1197 = 1 Cancri
15 Aug 20  3 48 33 D    1962 M2  5.0  4.2s  25+  60      8 253  39N  60   8  37 -4.3 -2.1 +0.4-0.3 .307   45.2 .02 13 42 25.7 - 8 46 45 402.9 852.6
   R1962 = 82 Virginis
      1962 = NSV 6390, 5.03, range 0.01, 1V, Type VAR, Period 4.30942 days
15 Aug 20 23 57 28 d    2060 G7  6.2  5.7   33+  70  21 42 188  87S 111 104  91 -4.8 -3.3 +2.3-0.9 .315    1.4     14 24 16.0 -11 46 57 397.3 614.3
   R2060 = 2 Librae
15 Aug 21  0 57 37 d    2064DF4  6.3        33+  70   9 39 207  56N  73  51  53 -5.0 -3.3 +2.6+0.0 .259   36.7     14 25 31.2 -11 44 16 397.5 628.7
      2064 is double: AB 6.87 7.94 1.08" 271.1, dT = -4sec
      2064 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Aug 21  2 10 31 r    2064DF4  6.3        33+  70  -5 30 226 -54N 323 287 303 -5.3 -3.3 +1.6-2.7 .280  143.4     14 25 31.2 -11 44 16 398.1 679.3
      2064 is double: AB 6.87 7.94 1.08" 271.1, dT = -2.4sec
      2064 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Aug 22 21 56 39 d    2291WF7  5.5  5.2v  52+  92  45 22 132  85N  96 136  84 -6.1 -5.3 +1.4+0.9 .388   11.3     16  1 12.6 -16 34 33 391.4 755.7
   R2291 = 49 Librae
      2291 is double: AB 5.5 11.5 141" 336.6, dT = -181sec
      2291 = HIP 78400, 5.47, range 0.00, 4V, Type VAR, Period 0.45326 days
15 Aug 24  2 18 40 D    2441 G0  6.6  6.3   63+ 105  -8 36 187  48N  55  49  49 -7.3 -5.7 +2.5+1.1 .254   41.1     17  0 39.6 -18 16  8 383.5 633.7
15 Aug 25  2 36 27 D    2578 A1  6.5  6.5   73+ 117 -11 36 176  43N  46  49  46 -7.2 -6.0 +2.4+1.7 .249   44.8     17 56 51.0 -18 48  3 377.4 649.7
15 Aug 26  2  3 30 D    2745wK1  6.8  6.1   82+ 130  -5 31 153  67S 112 135 117 -6.5 -5.9 +1.9+0.0 .352  -24.0     18 54  2.5 -18 36 49 371.7 699.9
      2745 is double: AB 6.9 11.8 16.2"  36.9, dT = +12sec
15 Aug 26  4 35 31 Gr   2755cG8  6.6  6.1   83+ 131     34 ** GRAZE: CA  7.2S; Dist.  2km in az. 339deg. [Lat = 35.73+0.31(E.Long+106.01)]
   Distance of 2755 to Terminator = 18.7"; to 3km sunlit peak = 4.5"
15 Aug 26  4 35 31 gr   2755cG8  6.6  6.1   83+ 131     34 195   7S 171 158 177 -7.0 -5.9 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     18 57 10.3 -18 41  6 370.8 683.5
   Distance of 2755 to Terminator = 9.7"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Aug 26  6 28 51 Gr   2764SG5  6.4  5.9   83+ 131     24 ** GRAZE: CA 10.2S; Dist. 22km in az. 332deg. [Lat = 35.94+0.43(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Aug 26  6 28 59 M    2764SG5  6.4  5.9   83+ 131     24 222  10S 168 133 174 -7.2 -5.9 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     19  0 22.7 -18 32 27 371.3 773.8
      2764 is triple: **               197.9 : ** 7.1 7.1 0.10"  90.0
      2764 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1561). Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 2764 to Terminator = 17.8"; to 3km sunlit peak = 4.1"
15 Aug 28  7 38 23 D    3072 G6  6.6  6.1   97+ 159     34 215  70N  62  33  79 -4.7 -4.4 +1.4+0.2 .439    7.0     21  2  1.2 -13 27 52 359.7 779.6
   R3072 = 9 Aquarii
15 Aug 29  2 59 30 d    3205cK0  6.9  6.4   99+ 171     22 122  75N  69 113  90 -2.4 -3.0 +1.1+1.5 .489    5.1     21 53 52.5 -10 29  7 358.0 856.7
      3205 is double: ** 7.6 7.6 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.19sec
      3205 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1612). Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 3205 to Terminator = 10.8"; to 3km sunlit peak = 2.4"
15 Aug 29  3 39  2 d    3208cB9  6.5        99+ 171     29 130  27N  21  60  42 -2.4 -3.0 +1.1+3.0 .291   51.4     21 54 27.5 -10 14  2 357.3 813.8
      3208 is double: AB 8.66 6.71 0.12" 139.9, dT = -0.2sec
      3208 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 3208 to Terminator = 2.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Aug 30  4 57  5 r    3357 A2  6.9  6.8  100- 174     36 132  53N 277 314 301 -0.6 -1.4 +1.7+0.7 .406  150.9     22 54 17.5 - 5 54  6 354.7 806.8
   Distance of 3357 to Terminator = 3.7"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Aug 30 11 15 12 r    3385 F8  6.7  6.4   99- 171     25 244  62N 269 222 294 -1.1 -1.4 +1.0-1.0 .480  157.2     23  4 47.5 - 4 42 26 355.7 903.5
   Distance of 3385 to Terminator = 9.0"; to 3km sunlit peak = 1.4"
15 Aug 31  9 46 57 R    3530 M2  6.8  6.0v  96- 157     50 212  53N 284 259 309 +1.0 +0.4 +2.4-1.3 .332  139.0     24  0 35.9 - 0 11 27 354.0 766.4
      3530 = DQ Psc, 6.82 to 6.94, Hp, Type SRB
15 Sep  1  5 42 22 R     109 K0  6.4  5.8   91- 145     31 110  73S 233 283 257 +3.4 +2.2 +0.8+1.9 .492 -166.3     24 52  7.9   3 28 16 357.3 884.3
15 Sep  2  8 40 50 m     283 M0  6.6  5.7   82- 130     56 136   7N 335  10 357 +4.8 +3.8 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      1 55 12.9   8 51 29 359.3 757.1
   Distance of 283 to Terminator = 9.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Sep  5 14 59 59 d     741cK1  5.5  4.8   48-  88  28 59 242 -65S 108  60 115 +6.9 +6.8 +1.8-1.6 .350  -20.7      4 58 16.8  17 10 31 375.9 691.1
       741 is double: ** 6.5 6.5 0.08" 240.0, dT = -0.15sec
       741 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1248). Observations are highly desired
15 Sep  5 16 15 17 r     741cK1  5.5  4.8   48-  87  42 44 259  76S 249 193 256 +6.7 +6.9 +1.5-0.2 .389 -159.5      4 58 16.8  17 10 31 377.2 767.2
       741 is double: ** 6.5 6.5 0.08" 240.0, dT = -0.2sec
       741 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1248). Observations are highly desired
15 Sep  6  8 56 22 R     858 M*  7.0  6.0s  39-  78     24  85  63S 241 299 242 +8.1 +7.3 +0.2+1.9 .454 -158.8      5 42 17.2  17 31 38 382.6 909.2
       858 = NSV 16630, 6.91 to 6.99, Hp
15 Sep  6 11  8 33 d     878cF0  5.5  5.3   38-  77     50 105 -74S 103 158 104 +7.9 +7.1 +1.7+0.4 .368  -20.0      5 48 20.9  17 43 54 380.9 732.0
   R878 = 130 Tauri
       878 is double: ** 5.6 9.0 0.030"  84.0, dT = +0.08sec
       878 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 986). Observations are highly desired
15 Sep  6 12 27 29 R     878cF0  5.5  5.3   38-  76  -3 64 128  67S 245 287 246 +7.6 +7.1 +1.9+1.8 .332 -159.7      5 48 20.9  17 43 54 380.3 662.2
   R878 = 130 Tauri
       878 is double: ** 5.6 9.0 0.030"  84.0, dT = +0.09sec
       878 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 986). Observations are highly desired
15 Sep  7 11 26 32 d    1029cA2  5.2  5.2   28-  65     43  99 -65N  66 124  62 +7.7 +7.1 +1.1+2.0 .369   21.7      6 43 18.5  17 37 37 386.2 752.3
   R1029 = 26 Geminorum
      1029 is double: AB 5.9 5.9 0.004" 342.9, dT = 0.00sec
15 Sep  7 12 41 46 R    1029cA2  5.2  5.2   28-  64  -1 58 116  70N 292 342 287 +7.5 +7.0 +2.1-0.2 .330  158.5      6 43 18.5  17 37 37 385.4 672.9
   R1029 = 26 Geminorum
      1029 is double: AB 5.9 5.9 0.004" 342.9, dT = -0.01sec
15 Sep  9 14 10 22 r    1271cA5  5.9  5.8   12-  40  17 54 118  66S 255 303 240 +6.2 +5.8 +2.0+1.7 .306 -153.0      8 29 28.8  14  9 26 393.6 663.1
   R1271 = 29 Cancri
      1271 is double: ** 6.2 7.0 0.050" 350.0, dT = +0.01sec
      1271 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 554). Observations are highly desired
15 Sep 10 14  1  0 r    1381wA2  6.4  6.4    6-  29  15 42 108  44S 235 287 216 +5.4 +4.9 +1.6+3.4 .239 -130.7      9 18 41.2  11 26  5 397.3 713.4
      1381 is double: AB 6.4 12.7 19.5" 274.1, dT = -64sec
15 Sep 18 21 51 25 d    2247 A6  5.4  5.3   26+  62  38 36 160  24N  35  52  21 -5.7 -5.0 +5.0+6.2 .095   73.2     15 44 57.0 -15 43  8 394.8 638.0
   R2247 = eta Librae
15 Sep 18 22  4 45 Gr   2247 A6  5.4  5.3   26+  62  35 36 ** GRAZE: CA  6.8N; Dist.106km in az.  29deg. [Lat = 36.81-0.45(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Sep 18 22 18 18 r    2247 A6  5.4  5.3   27+  62  33 38 168 -10N   1  11 347 -5.8 -5.0 -0.5-6.5 .093  106.8     15 44 57.0 -15 43  8 394.6 624.4
   R2247 = eta Librae
15 Sep 20  1 56 32 D    2396cA3  6.7  6.6   37+  75 -11 29 214  57S 130 101 122 -7.2 -5.7 +2.1-2.2 .281  -36.2     16 42 13.2 -18  5 10 390.5 665.6
      2396 is double: ** 7.1 7.5 0.040" 141.0, dT = +0.14sec
      2396 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc  36). Observations are highly desired
15 Sep 20  2  6 16 D    2399 G8  4.9  4.3   37+  75     28 217  45N  52  21  44 -7.3 -5.7 +1.6+0.5 .265   41.5     16 42 28.7 -17 46  6 390.6 673.9
   R2399 = 24 (Scorpii)/Ophiuchi
15 Sep 20  3  8 52 r    2399 G8  4.9  4.3   37+  75     19 230 -54N 312 272 304 -7.5 -5.7 +1.7-2.6 .292  138.7     16 42 28.7 -17 46  6 391.3 741.2
   R2399 = 24 (Scorpii)/Ophiuchi
15 Sep 22  1 41 20 D    2680cK0  5.6  5.1   57+  98  -9 36 183  85N  82  80  86 -7.6 -6.0 +2.3+0.2 .347    3.3     18 31  7.5 -18 42 53 379.0 644.2
      2680 is double: ** 6.6 6.6 0.10" 322.0, dT = -0.15sec
      2680 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 988). Observations are highly desired
15 Sep 22  2 37 41 D    2685 K1  6.8  6.4   58+  99     33 198  45S 133 117 136 -7.7 -6.0 +2.7-2.2 .232  -49.4     18 32 14.5 -18 53 41 379.0 661.7
15 Sep 22  3  9 19 r    2680cK0  5.6  5.1   58+  99     31 207 -88S 265 242 269 -7.8 -6.1 +2.0-0.5 .367  177.0     18 31  7.5 -18 42 53 379.1 681.7
      2680 is double: ** 6.6 6.6 0.10" 322.0, dT = -0.15sec
      2680 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 988). Observations are highly desired
15 Sep 22  3 21 26 m    2686SB9  5.1  5.1   58+  99     30 210  -6N 352 326 355 -7.9 -6.1 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     18 32 21.7 -18 23 16 379.1 690.6
      2686 is triple: **Aa,Ab 6.0 6.0 0.10"  90.0 : AB 5.1 14.1 22.8" 181.8
      2686 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc  22). Observations are highly desired
15 Sep 22  3 46 33 M  161582wG3  7.0  6.3   58+  99     27 215   7S 171 141 174 -7.9 -6.1 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     18 33 24.8 -18 57 26 379.3 712.5
    161582 is double: AB 7.1 9.6 69" 261.9
15 Sep 22 22 28 45 d    2826cF0  3.9  3.8v  67+ 110  29 13 124  75S  99 144 107 -6.6 -5.8 +0.9+0.9 .448  -10.0     19 22 35.4 -17 48 48 376.0 830.8
   R2826 = rho Sagittarii
      2826 is double: ** 4.2 6.7 0.036" 325.5, dT = -0.06sec
      2826 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 543). Observations are highly desired
      2826 = rho 1 Sgr, 3.9 to 3.94, V, Type DSCTC, Period 0.05 days
15 Sep 22 23 41 12 r    2826cF0  3.9  3.8v  67+ 110  15 25 138 -84S 257 292 266 -6.8 -5.7 +1.6+1.3 .400 -170.2     19 22 35.4 -17 48 48 374.5 741.5
   R2826 = rho Sagittarii
      2826 is double: ** 4.2 6.7 0.036" 325.5, dT = -0.03sec
      2826 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 543). Observations are highly desired
      2826 = rho 1 Sgr, 3.9 to 3.94, V, Type DSCTC, Period 0.05 days
15 Sep 24  5 36 22 D    2995cK1  6.1  5.7   79+ 125     31 218  78N  66  36  81 -6.8 -5.0 +1.4-0.1 .426    4.1     20 31 57.8 -14 59 59 366.4 766.2
      2995 is double: AB 6.8 7.0 0.13" 140.3, dT = +0.09sec
      2995 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Sep 25  3 44 33 D    3137 K0  6.7  6.2   87+ 138     42 169  68N  53  61  72 -5.2 -3.7 +1.8+1.3 .388   16.7     21 27 17.1 -12  1 29 360.4 715.1
15 Sep 27  1 52 13 d    3431 F2  6.6  6.4   98+ 166     19 110  75N  53 103  78 -1.4 -0.6 +0.7+1.9 .512   16.8     23 21  6.0 - 3 49 51 355.7 928.3
15 Sep 30  6 15 12 d     354cB7  5.5  5.5v  93- 149     46 114 -44N  32  81  52 +4.7 +4.6 +0.7+2.6 .383   35.5      2 25 41.0  10 40 53 356.9 825.4
   R354 = xi Arietis
       354 is double: ** 6.3 6.3 0.050"  46.0, dT = +0.13sec
       354 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 984). Observations are highly desired
       354 = HIP 11249, 5.48, range 0.00, 7V, Type VAR, Period 1.73515 days
15 Sep 30  7 14 37 R     354cB7  5.5  5.5v  93- 149     56 131  65N 282 321 302 +4.6 +4.6 +2.2+0.1 .358  144.6      2 25 41.0  10 40 53 356.3 770.7
   R354 = xi Arietis
       354 is double: ** 6.3 6.3 0.050"  46.0, dT = +0.08sec
       354 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 984). Observations are highly desired
       354 = HIP 11249, 5.48, range 0.00, 7V, Type VAR, Period 1.73515 days
15 Sep 30  8 18 54 R     360SF0  6.7  6.5v  93- 148     64 159  66S 234 251 253 +4.5 +4.6 +1.6+1.6 .407 -166.0      2 27 37.6  10 38  8 356.1 734.9
   R360 = VW Arietis
       360 is triple: AC 6.7 11.8 60" 155.0, dT = -29sec : AB 6.7 8.3 74"  31.0, dT = +168sec
       360 = VW Ari, 6.64 to 6.76, V, Type DSCT, Period 0.1606 days
15 Oct  2  5  3  4 m     635cG8  3.7  3.1s  77- 123     13  80  -7S 167 223 177 +7.6 +6.8 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      4 20 42.3  15 39 48 370.01038.3
   R635 = Hyadum I = gamma Tauri
       635 is double: AB 3.7      0.40" 179.0
       635 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       635 = NSV 1553, 3.60 to 3.67, V
15 Oct  2  5  6 55 Gr    635cG8  3.7  3.1s  77- 123     14 ** GRAZE: CA -7.0S; Dist.277km in az. 335deg. [Lat = 38.45+0.37(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Oct  2  9  2 22 d     667cK2  5.0  4.4   76- 121     59 122 -75S  99 145 108 +7.4 +6.7 +2.0+0.3 .371  -22.8      4 29 21.3  16 23 32 367.0 727.2
   R667 = 75 Tauri
       667 is double: AB 5.0            30.0, dT = 0.00sec
15 Oct  2 10 19  4 R     667cK2  5.0  4.4   75- 120     70 158  61S 235 254 245 +7.2 +6.7 +1.9+1.8 .348 -157.0      4 29 21.3  16 23 32 366.8 682.6
   R667 = 75 Tauri
       667 is double: AB 5.0            30.0, dT = 0.00sec
15 Oct  2 13 50  3 D     692SK5  0.9  0.1v  74- 119   9 47 255 -42S 132  77 141 +6.7 +6.7 +1.1-3.1 .297  -45.5 .09  4 36 50.3  16 32 18 369.0 767.4
   R692 = Aldebaran = alpha Tauri
       692 is multiple: AE 0.9 12.0 31" 331.0, dT = -99sec : AB 0.9 13.6 32" 113.3, dT = +101sec : AC 0.9 11.3 130"  31.9, dT = -80sec : AF 0.9 13.6 308" 121.7, dT = +1019sec
       692 = alf Tau, 0.86 to 0.89, V, Type LB:
15 Oct  2 14 41 35 R     692SK5  0.9  0.1v  74- 119  19 37 264  48S 223 165 231 +6.6 +6.7 +1.4+1.0 .322 -134.6 .09  4 36 50.3  16 32 18 370.0 831.4
   R692 = Aldebaran = alpha Tauri
       692 is multiple: AE 0.9 12.0 31" 331.0, dT = +30sec : AB 0.9 13.6 32" 113.3, dT = +33sec : AC 0.9 11.3 130"  31.9, dT = +397sec : AF 0.9 13.6 308" 121.7, dT = +185sec
       692 = alf Tau, 0.86 to 0.89, V, Type LB:
15 Oct  3  7 59 30 d     806SF8  5.0  4.7v  66- 108     38  95 -61S 117 175 121 +8.3 +7.2 +1.4+0.1 .361  -37.0      5 25 21.1  17 23 42 374.4 830.7
   R806 = 111 Tauri
       806 is triple: AB 5.1 8.8 108" 270.9, dT = -268sec : AC 5.1 7.9 705" 252.0, dT = -1374sec
       806 = V1119 Tau, 4.98 to 5.02, V, Type BY, Period 3.6499 days, Phase 82 %
15 Oct  3  8 58  1 R     806SF8  5.0  4.7v  65- 108     49 106  45S 224 279 227 +8.2 +7.1 +0.9+2.8 .328 -142.8      5 25 21.1  17 23 42 373.7 756.2
   R806 = 111 Tauri
       806 is triple: AB 5.1 8.8 108" 270.9, dT = -223sec : AC 5.1 7.9 705" 252.0, dT = -1888sec
       806 = V1119 Tau, 4.98 to 5.02, V, Type BY, Period 3.6499 days, Phase 82 %
15 Oct  3 10 15 56 M     814SB5  5.4  5.5   65- 107     64 126   6N 353  37 356 +8.0 +7.1 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      5 28  5.7  17 58 21 373.2 686.1
   R814 = 115 Tauri
       814 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 5.4 6.4 0.028" 315.3 : AC 5.4 11.8 10.1" 346.9 : AB 5.4 10.1 10.3" 304.7
       814 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Oct  4  8 21 15 d     970 G9  6.3  5.7   55-  96     31  90 -66N  69 128  67 +8.6 +7.2 +0.6+1.8 .437   16.3      6 22 21.2  17 45 11 381.2 849.4
15 Oct  4  9 30 36 R     970 G9  6.3  5.7   55-  95     46 101  81N 282 339 280 +8.5 +7.2 +1.5+0.6 .388  163.9      6 22 21.2  17 45 11 380.2 754.4
15 Oct  4 10 14 34 R     975DA0  6.8     S  54-  95     54 110  52S 235 288 232 +8.4 +7.1 +1.4+2.5 .320 -147.5      6 23 44.8  17 33 48 379.8 706.8
       975 is double: AB 7.41 8.01 2.40"  12.8, dT = +6sec
       975 = NSV 16843, 6.94, , Type VAR:
15 Oct  4 16 10  9 r    1003SF6  6.3  6.0   53-  93  35 41 262  31N 333 275 330 +7.3 +7.2 +0.2-3.9 .252  126.9      6 33 13.7  17 46 12 382.2 786.0
   R1003 = 21 Geminorum
      1003 is triple: **Aa,Ab 8.0 8.0 0.050"  32.0, dT = -0.1sec : AB 6.3 6.9 20.2" 210.9, dT = +43sec
      1003 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 559). Observations are highly desired
15 Oct  5  7 25 10 R    1091cK5  6.5  5.8   45-  84     10  77  62N 305   1 297 +8.6 +7.0 +0.3+0.1 .426  144.4      7 12 41.2  16 56 50 388.8 991.4
      1091 is double: ** 7.5 7.5 0.050"  50.0, dT = +0.03sec
      1091 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 503). Observations are highly desired
15 Oct  5 10 16 45 M    1106SA3  3.6  3.5s  44-  83     44 101  -5S 182 238 174 +8.3 +6.8 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      7 18 59.6  16 30 33 386.2 740.4
   R1106 = lambda Geminorum
      1106 is quadruple: ** 4.0 5.0 0.045" 300.0 : AB 3.6 10.7 9.7"  34.1 : AB          11.1" 263.4
      1106 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 502). Observations are highly desired
      1106 = NSV 3512, 3.52 to 3.62, V
15 Oct  5 10 18 54 Gr   1106SA3  3.6  3.5s  44-  83     44 ** GRAZE: CA -4.9S; Dist.211km in az. 349deg. [Lat = 37.65+0.16(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Oct  8 17  7 35 r    1458 K2  5.9  5.3   16-  47  42 58 217  71S 268 239 247 +4.7 +4.1 +2.5-0.5 .292 -152.4      9 57 15.1   8 51 30 397.8 643.6
15 Oct 19  2 55 10 D    2640wA*  6.1  6.0v  32+  68     17 230  57N  54  12  55 -7.4 -6.1 +0.8+0.1 .366   27.6     18 16 25.8 -18 39  9 386.5 777.4
      2640 is double: AB 9.1 13.7 10.5" 135.7, dT = +4sec
      2640 = V4387 Sgr, 6.09 to 6.12, Hp, Type ACV, Period 2.3595 days, Phase 30 %
15 Oct 19  4  5 51 D    2649SB6  6.7  6.7   32+  69      6 242  72S 104  55 106 -7.6 -6.2 +0.8-1.6 .427  -23.5     18 18 46.2 -18 47 19 387.6 877.1
      2649 is multiple: AT 6.8 12.6 21.5"  23.6, dT = +8sec : AV 6.8 12.5 23.3" 325.1, dT = -41sec : AU 6.8 13.4 29.5"  67.9, dT = +55sec : AB 6.8 9.3 53"  11.0, dT = -7sec
15 Oct 19  4 20 28 d    2647SO8  6.5  6.5   32+  69      3 245  14N  10 319  12 -7.6 -6.2 -1.2+3.8 .156   71.0     18 18 23.5 -18 27 13 387.8 900.1
      2647 is triple: **Aa,Ab 7.2 7.2 0.10" 270.0, dT = -0.11sec : AB 6.5 13.0 8.5" 168.9, dT = -51sec
      2647 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc  12). Observations are highly desired
15 Oct 22  2 10 56 D    3072 G6  6.6  6.1   63+ 105     41 182  48N  33  31  50 -6.4 -4.2 +1.5+1.9 .301   37.3     21  2  0.6 -13 27 54 368.9 685.8
   R3072 = 9 Aquarii
15 Oct 24  1 25 34 D    3357 A2  6.9  6.8   83+ 132     36 133  65N  43  80  67 -3.8 -1.3 +1.3+2.0 .406   24.0     22 54 17.4 - 5 54  7 359.9 783.4
15 Oct 24  7 51 59 D    3385 F8  6.7  6.4   85+ 135     22 246  73N  51   3  75 -4.5 -1.4 +0.6+0.2 .495   15.7     23  4 47.4 - 4 42 26 360.3 903.5
15 Oct 25  7  5 43 D    3530 M2  6.8  6.0v  93+ 148     42 229  70N  46   8  71 -2.7 +0.3 +1.2+0.8 .433   18.8     24  0 36.1 - 0 11 26 355.6 799.2
      3530 = DQ Psc, 6.82 to 6.94, Hp, Type SRB
15 Oct 26  2 46 46 D     109 K0  6.4  5.8   97+ 161     39 119  58S  94 140 118 -0.3 +2.2 +1.5+0.8 .427  -28.5     24 52  8.4   3 28 19 354.6 845.3
15 Oct 26 11  5  8 d     155SF4  6.4  6.2   98+ 164     13 267  49S 103  48 127 -0.9 +2.2 +0.3-1.5 .507  -29.7     25  6 39.6   4 59 36 357.11014.1
   R155 = 77 Piscium
       155 is multiple: AB 6.4 7.3 33"  84.0, dT = +61sec : AD 6.4 14.6 41" 324.2, dT = -61sec : AE 6.4 14.4 90" 352.0, dT = -63sec : AC 6.4 13.1 157" 290.2, dT = -308sec
15 Oct 27  5 56 15 d     283 M0  6.6  5.7  100+ 175     62 158  50N 349   8  11 +1.6 +3.8 -1.8+8.9 .103   76.2 .02  1 55 13.6   8 51 32 353.3 750.7
   Distance of 283 to Terminator = 1.9"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Oct 28 12 58 50 R     454 K3  5.6  5.1   98- 166  -5 17 274  88S 269 213 286 +3.0 +5.4 +0.3-1.1 .563  172.0      3  7 17.2  13 14 49 360.3 997.5
15 Oct 30  6 20 19 d     741cK1  5.5  4.8   89- 141     44 101 -90N  90 147  97 +6.9 +6.9 +1.3+1.0 .444  -12.5      4 58 18.3  17 10 32 365.9 816.9
       741 is double: ** 6.5 6.5 0.08" 240.0, dT = -0.16sec
       741 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1248). Observations are highly desired
15 Oct 30  7 33 26 R     741cK1  5.5  4.8   89- 141     58 118  66S 246 295 253 +6.8 +6.9 +1.6+1.6 .401 -167.3      4 58 18.3  17 10 32 365.2 738.4
       741 is double: ** 6.5 6.5 0.08" 240.0, dT = -0.2sec
       741 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1248). Observations are highly desired
15 Nov  2 12  4  5 d    1197 K3  5.8  5.1   60- 102     70 171 -73N  85  93  73 +7.6 +6.2 +2.5+0.3 .316   18.2      7 57 53.4  15 44 42 384.0 629.6
   R1197 = 1 Cancri
15 Nov  2 13 29 21 R    1197 K3  5.8  5.1   60- 101   0 64 224  67N 305 269 293 +7.3 +6.3 +1.8-2.0 .330  161.5      7 57 53.4  15 44 42 384.6 657.5
   R1197 = 1 Cancri
15 Nov  4 15 27  7 D    1428SA5  3.5  3.3   39-  78  20 56 226 -20S 179 142 158 +5.6 +4.4 -0.3-5.7 .150  -63.8      9 41 59.2   9 49  8 394.7 659.2
   R1428 = omicron Leonis
      1428 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 3.5      0.003" 235.6, dT = +0.01sec : Aa,Ac 3.5      0.60" 268.0, dT = +0.05sec : AB 3.6 10.8 98"  47.1, dT = -431sec
      1428 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Nov  4 15 50 28 Gr   1428SA5  3.5  3.3   39-  77  26 54 ** GRAZE: CA  6.7S; Dist.212km in az. 213deg. [Lat = 33.42-0.53(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Nov  4 16  4 53 R    1428SA5  3.5  3.3   39-  77  26 50 238  32S 231 186 210 +5.5 +4.4 +3.5+1.9 .158 -116.3      9 41 59.2   9 49  8 395.2 690.3
   R1428 = omicron Leonis
      1428 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 3.5      0.003" 235.6, dT = -0.02sec : Aa,Ac 3.5      0.60" 268.0, dT = -3sec : AB 3.6 10.8 98"  47.1, dT = +617sec
      1428 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Nov 13 21 55  9 d    2441 G0  6.6  6.3    5+  25  21 33 203  29N  26   6  19 -5.2 -5.7 +1.9+3.5 .127   67.9     17  0 38.4 -18 16  6 390.5 644.0
15 Nov 16  0 35  2 D    2745wK1  6.8  6.1   17+  49  -8 27 217  73S  98  67 103 -6.2 -5.8 +1.9-1.1 .359  -19.2     18 54  1.1 -18 36 50 383.8 713.2
      2745 is double: AB 6.9 11.8 16.2"  36.9, dT = +22sec
15 Nov 16 23 59 52 d    2889 M2  6.9  6.0v  26+  61  -1 36 195  57N  44  31  55 -6.0 -5.2 +1.7+1.1 .307   31.2     19 48  2.7 -17  2 10 379.3 665.9
   R2889 = V4026 Sagittarii
      2889 = V4026 Sgr, 6.69 to 6.9, V, Type SR:
15 Nov 17 21 54 48 d    3015SB7  5.2        35+  73  20 32 144  54N  39  68  54 -5.3 -4.4 +1.7+2.3 .300   38.3     20 40  8.8 -14 53 47 376.1 703.8
   R3015 = tau Capricorni
      3015 is triple: AB 5.38 7.31 0.32" 122.3, dT = +0.12sec : AC 5.4 12.2 159" 272.0, dT = -317sec
      3015 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Nov 17 23  2 38 r    3015SB7  5.2        36+  73   9 38 163 -52N 292 307 308 -5.5 -4.4 +2.5-0.4 .285  141.6     20 40  8.8 -14 53 47 375.4 669.4
   R3015 = tau Capricorni
      3015 is triple: AB 5.38 7.31 0.32" 122.3, dT = +1.1sec : AC 5.4 12.2 159" 272.0, dT = -523sec
      3015 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Nov 24  4 13  9 D     354cB7  5.5  5.5v  96+ 156     61 145  84N  57  85  77 +1.0 +4.6 +1.6+1.6 .419    9.6      2 25 41.5  10 40 54 357.3 747.1
   R354 = xi Arietis
       354 is double: ** 6.3 6.3 0.050"  46.0, dT = +0.12sec
       354 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 984). Observations are highly desired
       354 = HIP 11249, 5.48, range 0.00, 7V, Type VAR, Period 1.73515 days
15 Nov 24  5 21 36 D     360SF0  6.7  6.5v  96+ 156     65 181  46S 107 107 127 +0.9 +4.6 +2.6-0.9 .318  -39.4      2 27 38.1  10 38  9 357.1 725.0
   R360 = VW Arietis
       360 is triple: AC 6.7 11.8 60" 155.0, dT = +127sec : AB 6.7 8.3 74"  31.0, dT = +55sec
       360 = VW Ari, 6.64 to 6.76, V, Type DSCT, Period 0.1606 days
15 Nov 24  5 31  0 r     354cB7  5.5  5.5v  96+ 156     65 187 -76N 257 251 277 +0.9 +4.6 +2.1+0.4 .406  170.7      2 25 41.5  10 40 54 357.2 724.5
   R354 = xi Arietis
       354 is double: ** 6.3 6.3 0.050"  46.0, dT = +0.11sec
       354 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 984). Observations are highly desired
       354 = HIP 11249, 5.48, range 0.00, 7V, Type VAR, Period 1.73515 days
15 Nov 24 10 21 30 m     376 A0  7.0  7.0   96+ 158     20 270  16N 348 292   8 +0.5 +4.7 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      2 35 18.8  11 40 24 360.9 964.2
   Distance of 376 to Terminator = 5.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Nov 26  6 31 29 d     667cK2  5.0  4.4  100- 173     69 151 -59S 160 184 169 +4.3 +6.5 +9.9+9.9 .052  -82.5 .04  4 29 22.4  16 23 33 361.3 709.5
   R667 = 75 Tauri
       667 is double: AB 5.0            30.0, dT = 0.00sec
15 Nov 26  6 37 15 Gr    667cK2  5.0  4.4  100- 173     69 ** GRAZE: CA-51.5S; Dist. 16km in az. 165deg. [Lat = 35.56+0.22(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Nov 26  6 42 58 r     667cK2  5.0  4.4  100- 173     70 158 -44S 175 194 185 +4.3 +6.5 +9.9+9.9 .052  -97.5 .04  4 29 22.4  16 23 33 361.3 705.6
   R667 = 75 Tauri
       667 is double: AB 5.0            30.0, dT = 0.00sec
15 Nov 27  4  7 21 m     806SF8  5.0  4.7v  98- 162     34  92 -24S 170 229 174 +6.0 +7.0 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      5 25 22.5  17 23 41 367.3 882.6
   R806 = 111 Tauri
       806 is triple: AB 5.1 8.8 108" 270.9 : AC 5.1 7.9 705" 252.0
       806 = V1119 Tau, 4.98 to 5.02, V, Type BY, Period 3.6499 days, Phase 84 %
15 Nov 27  5 11 56 d     814SB5  5.4  5.5   97- 162     47 102 -36N  50 107  53 +5.9 +6.9 +0.9+2.4 .381   30.8      5 28  7.1  17 58 20 366.5 799.3
   R814 = 115 Tauri
       814 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 5.4 6.4 0.030" 310.1, dT = -0.01sec : AC 5.4 11.8 10.1" 346.9, dT = +12sec : AB 5.4 10.1 10.3" 304.7, dT = -7sec
       814 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Nov 27  6 16 41 R     814SB5  5.4  5.5   97- 161     60 118  81N 292 342 296 +5.8 +6.9 +2.1-0.3 .350  149.4      5 28  7.1  17 58 20 365.9 732.9
   R814 = 115 Tauri
       814 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 5.4 6.4 0.030" 310.1, dT = -0.08sec : AC 5.4 11.8 10.1" 346.9, dT = -17sec : AB 5.4 10.1 10.3" 304.7, dT = -29sec
       814 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Nov 27  8 24  7 m     829 K5  6.8  5.9   97- 161     73 189  16N 357 349 360 +5.4 +6.9 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      5 32 36.3  18 15  9 365.7 681.8
   Distance of 829 to Terminator = 4.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Nov 28  3 44  1 R     970 G9  6.3  5.7   93- 150     19  81  59S 251 309 249 +7.0 +7.0 +0.1+1.6 .520 -166.1      6 22 22.8  17 45  8 373.8 976.2
15 Nov 28  9 46 14 R    1002SG8  6.9  6.7   92- 147     70 207  45S 237 214 233 +6.2 +6.8 +2.4+1.5 .288 -141.6      6 33 14.6  17 45 52 371.3 671.3
   R1002 = 20 Geminorum
      1002 is triple: BA 6.9 6.3 20.2"  30.9, dT = +63sec : BC 6.9 13.0 49" 143.4, dT = +11sec
15 Nov 28  9 47 14 R    1003SF6  6.3  6.0   92- 147     70 208  47S 238 215 235 +6.2 +6.8 +2.4+1.4 .293 -142.9      6 33 15.3  17 46  9 371.3 671.6
   R1003 = 21 Geminorum
      1003 is triple: **Aa,Ab 8.0 8.0 0.050"  32.0, dT = +0.15sec : AB 6.3 6.9 20.2" 210.9, dT = -61sec
      1003 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 559). Observations are highly desired
15 Nov 30 12 52 33 M    1271cA5  5.9  5.8   76- 122     56 238   3S 200 154 185 +6.3 +5.6 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      8 29 31.1  14  9 17 384.0 697.3
   R1271 = 29 Cancri
      1271 is double: ** 6.2 7.0 0.050" 350.0
      1271 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 554). Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 1271 to Terminator = 3.0"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Dec  5 13 48 29 m    1790 M4  6.9  6.0v  29-  65  -3 50 160  -6N  29  45   4 +1.4 -0.7 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     12 29 58.1 - 2 30 58 399.9 628.2
   R1790 = FZ Virginis
      1790 = FZ Vir, 6.81 to 6.98, V, Type SRB, Period 25. days
15 Dec  6 10 22 45 Gr   1891SA1  4.4        22-  56     11 ** GRAZE: CA  1.3N; Dist.235km in az. 192deg. [Lat = 33.55-0.18(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Dec  6 10 23 42 M    1891SA1  4.4        22-  56     10 105   1N  22  74 358 +0.7 -2.0 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     13 10 45.8 - 5 37 18 403.3 876.5
   R1891 = Apami-Atsa = theta Vir.
      1891 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 4.49 6.83 0.39" 349.0 : AB 4.4 9.4 6.4" 342.1 : AC 4.4 10.4 71" 300.1
      1891 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Dec  7 10 42 36 Gr   1996 K5  6.7  5.9   14-  45      3 ** GRAZE: CA -1.7S; Dist. 25km in az.  14deg. [Lat = 35.94-0.20(E.Long+106.01)]
15 Dec  7 16 35 24 D Venus      -4.2 -4.2   13-  43  23 44 190 -80N 102  94  81 -1.6 -3.1 +2.9-0.8 .264   13.0 .08 14  5 49.2 -10 20 33 398.0 528.3
   Duration of planetary disk occultation: predicted time +/-28.8 secs
15 Dec  7 18 20  0 R Venus      -4.2 -4.2   13-  42  31 34 221  79N 303 270 282 -2.0 -3.1 +2.0-2.2 .286  166.8 .07 14  5 49.2 -10 20 33 398.7 572.9
   Duration of planetary disk occultation: predicted time +/-26.6 secs
15 Dec  8 12 32 32 d    2110 K0  6.3  5.8    8-  33     13 117 -85N 107 155  89 -1.9 -4.3 +0.7+0.6 .433    4.4     14 48 46.1 -12 54 11 398.9 843.2
15 Dec  8 13 45 13 R    2110 K0  6.3  5.8    8-  32  -4 26 130  85N 297 337 279 -2.1 -4.3 +1.1+0.1 .384  175.5     14 48 46.1 -12 54 11 397.5 747.6
15 Dec 14 23 50 24 d    2986 G8  6.4  5.9   13+  43  -1 33 212  78S  85  58  99 -4.8 -4.4 +1.9-0.5 .383  -14.0     20 29 36.2 -15 41 11 375.7 724.8
15 Dec 15  1  4 15 r    2986 G8  6.4  5.9   14+  43     23 229 -74S 236 197 251 -5.0 -4.5 +0.9+0.1 .423 -165.7     20 29 36.2 -15 41 11 376.5 802.0
15 Dec 15 23 51 49 D    3131wF0  5.5  5.3   22+  56  -1 40 199  57S 103  87 123 -4.3 -3.3 +2.5-1.0 .310  -36.3     21 25  2.7 -12 48 29 372.4 702.1
   R3131 = 18 Aquarii
      3131 is double: AB 5.5 13.0 51" 310.2, dT = -147sec
15 Dec 16  0 56 11 r    3131wF0  5.5  5.3   22+  56     33 217 -50S 210 180 230 -4.5 -3.3 +0.8+1.4 .330 -143.5     21 25  2.7 -12 48 29 372.8 748.6
   R3131 = 18 Aquarii
      3131 is double: AB 5.5 13.0 51" 310.2, dT = +27sec
15 Dec 16 22 56 30 d    3270 K3  5.8  5.2   31+  68   9 44 165  36N  15  27  37 -3.4 -1.9 +1.0+3.1 .240   51.3     22 17 42.4 - 8 57 35 369.7 694.5
15 Dec 16 23 49 33 r    3270 K3  5.8  5.2   32+  69   0 45 183 -43N 296 293 318 -3.6 -1.9 +3.1-1.4 .240  128.8     22 17 42.4 - 8 57 35 369.6 694.0
15 Dec 18  4 35 39 D    3431 F2  6.6  6.4   44+  83     22 248  76N  53   4  78 -3.3 -0.5 +0.7+0.2 .474   13.4     23 21  5.2 - 3 49 55 369.3 878.9
15 Dec 18 22 39 57 d       4 G9  6.3  5.7   54+  94  12 38 125  55N  31  73  56 -1.6 +1.2 +0.9+2.5 .365   33.7     24  5 53.0 - 0 24 52 366.5 787.7
15 Dec 20  3 30 46 Gr    155SF4  6.4  6.2   67+ 109     55 ** GRAZE: CA -2.5N; Dist. 45km in az. 156deg. [Lat = 35.26+0.36(E.Long+106.01)]
   Distance of 155 to Terminator = 0.3"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Dec 20  3 30 58 m     155SF4  6.4  6.2   67+ 109     55 213  -2N 334 308 358 -1.2 +2.8 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      1  6 39.3   4 59 34 363.8 723.7
   R155 = 77 Piscium
       155 is multiple: AB 6.4 7.3 33"  84.0 : AD 6.4 14.6 41" 324.2 : AE 6.4 14.4 91" 352.0 : AC 6.4 13.1 157" 290.2
15 Dec 22  7 18 17 D     454 K3  5.6  5.1   87+ 138     42 255  72N  52 358  68 +0.9 +5.4 +1.3+0.6 .403   26.1      3  7 17.5  13 14 48 364.5 801.9
15 Dec 22  8 19 40 r     454 K3  5.6  5.1   87+ 138     30 265 -54N 286 229 303 +0.9 +5.5 +0.7-1.7 .442  153.8      3  7 17.5  13 14 48 365.7 880.6
15 Dec 22  9 45 51 d     464cK0  6.1  5.6   88+ 139     13 277  26S 134  78 150 +0.8 +5.6 -0.2-2.9 .346  -52.0      3 12 15.8  13  6 22 367.41005.8
       464 is double: AB 6.1      0.50"  23.0, dT = -0.5sec
       464 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
15 Dec 24  2 52 48 D     741cK1  5.5  4.8   98+ 162     46 103  45S 112 168 118 +4.2 +6.9 +1.7+0.1 .371  -34.1      4 58 19.2  17 10 31 367.3 807.7
       741 is double: ** 6.5 6.5 0.08" 240.0, dT = -0.13sec
       741 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1248). Observations are highly desired
15 Dec 24  3 55  5 r     741cK1  5.5  4.8   98+ 163     58 117 -67S 224 273 230 +4.1 +6.8 +1.2+2.6 .340 -145.7      4 58 19.2  17 10 31 366.6 741.7
       741 is double: ** 6.5 6.5 0.08" 240.0, dT = -0.23sec
       741 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1248). Observations are highly desired
15 Dec 26  4 40 20 R    1057 K0  6.8  6.2   99- 169     46 101  70S 283 340 277 +5.9 +6.5 +1.5+0.5 .409  166.3      6 57 13.6  17 42 43 374.7 774.1
   Distance of 1057 to Terminator = 15.5"; to 3km sunlit peak = 5.5"
15 Dec 26  8 22 52 R    1072cM1  6.0  5.2v  99- 168     71 205  82N 308 287 302 +5.3 +6.5 +1.9-2.1 .315  150.1      7  3 22.6  17 43 42 373.9 668.5
      1072 is double: ** 7.0 7.0 0.030" 197.0, dT = +0.03sec
      1072 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 411). Observations are highly desired
      1072 = NP Gem, 5.89 to 6.04, V, Type LB:
15 Dec 26 13 33  7 r    1091cK5  6.5  5.8   98- 166  -8 15 281  27S 235 178 227 +4.7 +6.6 +0.6+0.0 .377 -133.3      7 12 43.5  16 56 44 379.31012.1
      1091 is double: ** 7.5 7.5 0.050"  50.0, dT = +0.13sec
      1091 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 503). Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 1091 to Terminator = 5.9"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Dec 28 13 19  5 R    1344 K5  6.5  5.7   90- 142 -11 36 260  90N 292 237 274 +4.9 +4.9 +0.8-1.7 .435  178.5      9  0 20.5  13  0 31 386.6 821.7
15 Dec 29  5 20 37 r    1423SA3  6.7  6.6   84- 133     20  91  34S 236 291 215 +5.9 +3.7 +0.3+2.9 .315 -133.3      9 39 37.9  10 42  8 391.3 876.8
      1423 is triple: AB 6.7 11.6 7.8"  99.0, dT = +18sec : AC 6.7 10.6 87"  83.1, dT = +244sec
15 Dec 29  9 29 23 Gr  98747 K5  6.9  6.1   83- 132     62 ** GRAZE: CA  0.3S; Dist. 15km in az.  21deg. [Lat = 35.85-0.32(E.Long+106.01)]
   Distance of 98747 to Terminator = 1.9"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
15 Dec 30  8 58 14 d    1549cG8  5.1  4.6v  75- 121     49 127 -83S 120 161  96 +4.6 +2.3 +1.7-0.4 .346   -6.6     10 35 38.6   6 52  9 393.3 672.8
   R1549 = 48 Leonis
      1549 is double: ** 6.0 6.0 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.25sec
      1549 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 197). Observations are highly desired
      1549 = HIP 51775, 5.07, range 0.00, 4V, Type VAR, Period 0.09302 days
15 Dec 30 10 27 23 R    1549cG8  5.1  4.6v  75- 120     60 161  87S 290 305 266 +4.3 +2.3 +2.2-0.6 .325 -173.5     10 35 38.6   6 52  9 392.9 632.4
   R1549 = 48 Leonis
      1549 is double: ** 6.0 6.0 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.29sec
      1549 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 197). Observations are highly desired
      1549 = HIP 51775, 5.07, range 0.00, 4V, Type VAR, Period 0.09302 days

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