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    Default Even More Doubles in the Moonlight...



    June 21st, 2016

    Yeah, so I was trying to think of another Clint Eastwood title for my thread. The next natural title would be "The Good, the Bad, the Doubles", but I've already had a similar thread title, and nothing bad really happened tonight. My buddy Scott suggested "Two Doubles for Sister Sarah", and I thought about "High Plains Doubles" and "Dirty Doubles" or "Double Harry", but I finally gave up and went a different direction. Oh the tribulations of being me.

    Anyway, tonight was very similar weather-wise to last night, though the seeing was overall a tad less good. I set the scope out about 2000 hrs. Went back outside at 2100 hrs. to finish up some stuff at the scope. Stubbs arrived at this time and curled up in the grass behind the scope. I went back inside for an hour to wait on dark.

    I went back out just a bit after 2200 hrs. and she was still lying in the same spot.

    Other than a few large fireworks being set off for about 15 minutes, the night was actually fairly quiet. Even the traffic noise was pretty non-existent, and the coyote gangs seemed to have taken the night off too. Other than myself, the cat, a multitude of fireflies, a lone mosquito and the Midnight Mockingbird, a fine and pleasant evening. As the Moon rose higher behind the trees, the landscape took on a rather surreal quality. Kind of cool.

    Right, on to the observing...

    1. Rasalgethi - α Herculis - Variable Double Star in Hercules - 22:18:32 - NEW - Fun double here. α1 Herculis is a fat bright golden orb while α2 Herculis is a dimmer and whiter companion. This pair is rather close together. While I could make the split at 63x, I pushed up to 173x to get a bit of separation between the pair. Mag 3.36 and 5.40.

    2. 95 Herculis - Double Star in Hercules - 22:26:37 - NEW - A fairly tight pairing at 84x. At this magnification, the B component on the lower left in my FOV is leaning a bit toward the yellow side, while the A component on the upper right is more white. Thus, tiny gold and silver fruit suspended in the night sky. Mag 4.88 and 5.20.

    3. HR 6983 - Variable Double Star in Draco - 22:32:28 - NEW - Nice! Wide color and magnitude difference here. The brighter primary exhibits a deep golden yellow hue, while the much dimmer secondary is a cold steel color. Quite the contrast with this pair. Mag 5.36 and 6.40.

    4. ο Draconis - Variable Double Star in Draco - 22:37:39 - NEW - Yet another contrasting pair. The brighter primary is shining with a brilliant gold, while the much dimmer secondary is a bit of a dirty yellow. Mag 4.63 and 8.26.

    5. ζ Lyrae - Double Star in Lyra - 22:46:04 - NEW - A very bright and well separated pair here. I've read this system may contain up to seven stars, but only the two brighter components are visible to me at 138x. Both are icy white, with ζ1 Lyr being the brighter. I bumped the power to 173x to see if any further splitting occurred, but not for me. I think a spectrograph may be needed to determine the other components of this system. Mag 4.34 and 5.69.

    6. d Serpentis - Variable Double Star in Serpens - 22:54:23 - NEW - Man, this is a snug pair. I'm sitting at 173x and can only just get a little dirt between the two. The brighter primary is bit of a muddy white, while the dim and tiny secondary is a bit like polished aluminum. Mag 5.19 and 7.62.

    7. 11 Aquilae - Double Star in Aquila - 23:04:37 - NEW - Well, this is a tiny little dim pair, especially the secondary. The primary is shining with a dirty white hue, while the little secondary is a mere pinprick on black paper. Mag 5.26 and 9.30.

    8. e Cygni - Double Star in Cygnus - 23:09:32 - NEW - Not too dissimilar from the last pair, though more separated, and a hair brighter on both components. The secondary, at first blush, seems a bit bluish, or maybe even gunmetal. The yellow-orange primary is a little beacon of bright in the busy field of stars. Mag 5.05 and 8.93.

    9. 17 Cygni - Double Star in Cygnus - 23:16:15 - NEW - A silvery white primary and a much dimmer and sort of yellow secondary. Not much else to say about this pair. Mag 5.00 and 9.25.

    10. HD 189751 - Double Star in Cygnus - 23:27:19 - NEW - It took me a bit to nail these dim little nuggets down, a deep yellow A component and a very dim blue B star. Another arrangement to the right in the FOV kept drawing my eye like a dim Albireo... Mag 7.01 and 10.27.

    11. HD 227091 - Double Star in Cygnus - 23:30:53 - NEW - A fine copper star here. I'm not sure what star in the FOV is the companion. Is it the blue star just below, or the farther out brighter white star to the right? Mag 8.77 and 10.30.

    12. BD +36 3814 - Double Star in Cygnus - 23:32:42 - NEW - This is the blue star noted above. However, I can see an ever dimmer star just below it and slightly rightward. Mag 9.81 and 10.30.

    13. HD 189864 - Double Star in Cygnus - 23:34:11 - NEW - And the further out white star noted above. All three of the doubles noted, the red, the blue, and the white, just make for an interesting visual arrangement. I'm still not sure which star was associated with which in this busy field. Mag 6.71 and 8.97.

    It was very pleasant outside, and I could have stayed out for a good while longer, but I decided common sense needed to prevail here, what with work the next day and all. I decided to stop and begin packing these up.

    And, for Milan, I grabbed this snap of the astro cat while she was sitting on my Vestil chair.



    What a killer, huh?

    And that was our night. Pretty good one. Not sure if tomorrow will be decent enough yet or not. I know Ol' Hateful is bright and washing out the DSO's, but dang it, I'm just enjoying using my scope and getting in some good sky time.

    Peace and clear skies everybody!
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    Default Re: Even More Doubles in the Moonlight...

    Another nice group of doubles Bryan and Stubbs looks like she is ready for more.
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    Nice report, Bryan... enjoyable read, as always. You're cranking those doubles out left-n-right. The Evil Orb (your patented term) should start giving us some relief by the 28th.

    Stubbs is precious. It's hard to believe that someone just dumped him, but their loss is your gain, for sure.

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    I think your hooked! Next is the Evil Orb...

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    Wow! You are really getting those doubles!! Good work, Bryan. I won't even bother giving you some recommendations...you are doing just fine on your own

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    Thanks for the detailed report, Bryan. It is nice you are able to get some 'scope time, even in the baleful presence. Like all good cats, Stubbs appears to own the place.

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    Coming soon, "Bryan's Comprehensive Guide to Viewing Double Stars" ....or so it seems

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    Thanks everybody!

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    Great list of doubles, Bryan! I probably need to go back and hunt down some more of these. Of course, even doubles require a clear sky, which I haven't had for a long time.

    I love the picture of Stubbs, but you need to raise the chair a bit so she can take a peek through the EP, too!
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    Nice report Bryan! You sure are nailing those doubles! Enjoyed reading your report as always!
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