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A few Pegasus doubles


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I had a chance to get out for an our on the 21st so had a quick look at a few pegasus doubles.

using the OMC250 and the 32mm and baader zoom.

STF2818AB    Y/B    A wide pair with a noticeable difference in magnitude. The primary is yellow-Orange and the secondary blue-grey. Several bright stars in the field.


STF2889    Y/B    A tight pair with a moderate difference in magnitude. The primary is yellow-orange and the secondary is a blue dot.


STF2934    Y/B    A tight pair with a moderate difference in magnitude. The primary is yellow. The secondary is a small blue dot. Best view at x140.


STF29454    w/w    A very wide pair with a slight difference in magnitude. Both stars appear white. A bright star shares the field (HD216698).


STF2967    w/b    A fairly close pair with a moderate difference in magnitude. The primary is white, the secondary is pale blue. 


STF2969    w/w    A close pair with a samll difference in magnitude. Both stars appears white. Part of a 5 star asterism like a dice pattern.


STF2997    w/b    A wide pair with a moderate difference in magnitude. The primary is white, the secondary is blue-white. 


STF3000    w/w    A close pair of white stars, fairly evenly matched. Just visible at x70.


STF3014    w/b    A fairly close pair with a moderate difference in magnitude. The primary is white, the secondary is blue-grey and faint. 
 

Cheers

Ian

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I decided to work through these and managed four or five (see below) - Thank you for uploading.

I have a query with...

"STF29454    w/w    A very wide pair with a slight difference in magnitude. Both stars appear white. A bright star shares the field (HD216698)."

Stelle Doppie https://www.stelledoppie.it cannot find it and HD216698 (HIP 113156) although in Pegasus isn't given as a double in Stellarium.

However STF2945 (HD216109) is in Stella Doppie and listed as a double in Stellarium. Although W+W, It wasn't a wide pair but very close and requiring 150x 

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