Bushnell 360400 GPS Receiver User Manual

Lit. #: 91-0219/03-01
78-7860 60mm Refractor
COMPUTERIZED STAR LOCATOR
78-7880 80mm Refractor
Instruction
Manual
78-7830 3” Reflector
78-7845 4.5” reflector
2.
Where DO I START?
Your Bushnell telescope can bring the wonders of the universe to your eye. While
this manual is intended to assist you in the set-up and basic use of this instrument,
it does not cover everything you might like to know about astronomy. Although
Northstar will give a respectable tour of the night sky, it is recommended you get a
very simple star chart and a flashlight with a red bulb or red cellophane over the
end. For objects other than stars and constellations, a basic guide to astronomy is
a must.
Some recommended sources appear on our website at
www.bushnell.com. Also on our website will be current events in the sky for
suggested viewing. But, some of the standbys that you can see are:
The Moon—a wonderful view of our lunar neighbor can be enjoyed with any
magnification. Try viewing at different phases of the moon. Lunar highlands, lunar
maria (lowlands called "seas" for their dark coloration), craters, ridges and
mountains will astound you.
Saturn—even at the lowest power you should be able to see Saturn’s rings and
moons. This is one of the most satisfying objects in the sky to see simply because
it looks like it does in pictures. Imagine seeing what you’ve seen in textbooks or
NASA images from your backyard!
Jupiter—the largest planet in our solar system is spectacular. Most noted features
are its dark stripes or bands both above and below its equator. These are the north
and south equatorial belts. Also interesting are Jupiter’s four major moons. Pay
close attention to their positions from night to night. They appear to be lined up on
either side of Jupiter.
Mars—The Great Red Planet appears as a reddish-orange disk. Look at different
times of the year and try to catch a glimpse of the white polar ice caps.
Venus—just like the moon, Venus changed phases from month to month. Some views
of brilliant Venus appear as if you were looking at a distant crescent moon.
Nebulae—The Great Orion Nebula is a very well known night sky object. This and many
others are brought to you by this telescope.
Star Clusters—View millions of stars densely packed in a cluster that resembles a ball.
Galaxies—One of the greatest and most interesting galaxies is our neighbor the
Andromeda Galaxy. Enjoy this and many others.
3.
78-7860 60mm Refractor
Parts Diagrams
78-7880 80mm Refractor
I M P O RTA N T:
READ THROUGH
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTION
BEFORE YOU ASSEMBLE
YOUR TELESCOPE.
4.
Parts Diagrams (Continued)
78-7830 3” Reflector
78-7845 4.5” reflector
Telescope Parts Diagram
1. Wide Field Finderscope
6.
Quick-Release Tripod Leg Lever
2. 1.25" Format Eyepiece
7.
Quick-Release Accessory Tray
3. Penta Mirror
8.
Onboard Computer
4.
9.
Main Telescope Tube
Rack and Pinion Focusing Mechanism
5. Accessory Tray Brace
10. Quick-Release Adjustable Aluminum Tripod
5.
Quick Assembly Diagram
78-7860 60mm
Refractor
78-7880 80mm
Refractor
6.
Quick Assembly Diagram
78-7830 3” Reflector
78-7845 4.5” reflector
2
1
Parts List
• Adjustable Aluminum Tripod Assembly (Three Legs)
• 20mm 1.25" Diameter Eyepiece
• Quick Release Accessory Tray
• 4mm 1.25" Diameter Eyepiece
• Northstar Computerized Star Locator Base
• Barlow Lens
• Northstar Telescope Tube w/ finger attachment nuts
• Erecting Lens (not included with model 78-7830)
• Wide Field Finderscope
• Penta Mirror (not included with model 78-7830)
7.
Detailed Assembly
No tools are required for assembly of your telescope.
Remove all components from the carton and identify all components. It is a good idea to lay all the parts out in front of
you before assembly. Since your telescope is a precision optical system the parts require careful handling—particularly
the onboard computer, telescope, eyepieces, and various accessory lenses.
SET-UP TRIPOD AND ACCESSORY TRAY
1. Stand Northstar Computerized Star Locator Assembly and attached tripod legs in
the upright position. Spread tripod legs to a comfortable distance.
2. Fold down the accessory tray braces and place the Quick Release Accessory
Tray on top of braces. (See Quick Assembly Diagram)
3. Turn accessory tray until it snaps into place.
4. Adjust tripod leg height to suit by opening tripod leg lever and extending tripod legs
to desired height. Clamp Tripod Leg lever closed when complete.
ATTACH TELESCOPE TUBE
1. Locate Main Telescope Tube.
2. Remove Telescope Tube Thumb Nuts from side of Telescope Tube.
(See Quick Assembly Diagram)
3. Position Main Telescope Tube Attachment Bolts through Telescope Tube Bracket at the top of the N o r t h s t a r
Computerized Star Locator Assembly. Make sure the telescope is pointing in the correct direction. (Logo on telescope
tube should be right side-up.)
4. Reattach Telescope Tube Thumb Nuts to Main Telescope Tube Attachment Bolts once Main
Telescope Tube and Northstar Computerized Star Locator Assembly are assembled together.
ATTACH FINAL TELESCOPE ACCESSORIES
1. Locate Wide Field Finderscope.
For Refractor Telescopes: Northstar Refractor Telescope Models have Finderscope Mount
already attached to Main Telescope Tube. Simply place the Wide Field Finderscope into the Finderscope Mount by
backing out the Finderscope Adjustment Screws to allow Finderscope to be fully inserted into the Finderscope Mount.
NOTE: Finderscope should be facing forward (Large end nearest the lens end of the telescope tube).
For Reflector Telescopes: Remove Finderscope attachment nuts from Main Telescope Tube. Place Finderscope
Assembly over Finderscope Attachment Bolts and reattach Finderscope thumb nuts to Finderscope Mount Bolts.
NOTE: Finderscope should have large end of the finderscope facing open end of telescope tube.
2. Attach Low Power Eyepiece:
For Reflector Telescope Models: Insert lowest power eyepiece in the focusing mechanism
by backing out eyepiece set screw and inserting eyepiece fully.
For Refractor Telescope Models: Insert lowest power eyepiece into the penta mirror by
backing out eyepiece set screw, then insert penta mirror into the focusing tube of the Main Telescope Tube by backing
out focusing tube set screw.
3. Tighten all set screws to secure accessories.
4. Remove Objective Dust Cover and Finderscope Dust Cover Caps.
8.
Detailed Assembly (continued)
M
SELECTING AN EYEPIECE
You should always start viewing with the lowest power eyepiece, which in this case is the 20 mm lens. Note: the base
power of each eyepiece is determined by the focal length of the telescope objective lens. A formula can be used to
determine the power of each eyepiece: telescope OBJECTIVE lens focal length divided by EYEPIECE focal length =
MAGNIFICATION (e.g. Using the 20 mm lens, a sample calculation could look like this: 750 mm / 20 = 38x or 38
power. Telescope models will vary in focal length.)
Included with this telescope is a Barlow lens. Barlow lenses are used to double or triple the power of your telescope.
Place your Barlow between the focusing tube and the eyepiece. Using the example above, your 3x Barlow lens would
give you a total power of 114x or 114 power. (38 x 3 = 114x or 114 power). The magnification calculation would look like
this: 750 mm /20mm = 38 power. 38 power x 3=114 power.
M
FOCUSING TELESCOPE
1. After selecting the desired eyepiece, aim main telescope tube at a land-based target at least 200 yards away
(e.g. Atelephone pole or building).
2. Fully extend focusing tube by turning Rack and Pinion Focusing Mechanism.
3. While looking through selected eyepiece (in this case the 20 mm), slowly retract focusing tube by turning Rack
and Pinion Focusing Mechanism until object comes into focus.
M
ALIGNING FINDERSCOPE
Look through Main Telescope Tube and establish a well-defined target. (see focusing telescope section)
Looking through Wide Field Finderscope, alternate tightening each Finderscope Adjustment Screw until crosshairs of Wide
Field Finderscope are precisely centered on the same object already centered in Main Telescope Tube’s field of view.
Now, objects located first with the Wide Field Finderscope will be centered in the field of view of the main telescope.
❂
Never Look Directly At The Sun With Your
Telescope Permanent Damage
To Your Eyes May Occur
9.
M
ENJOYING YOUR NEW TELESCOPE
1. First determine your targeted object. Any bright object in the night sky is a good starting point.
One of the favorite starting points in astronomy is the moon. This is an object sure to please any
budding astronomer or experienced veteran. When you have developed proficiency at this level,
other objects become good targets. Saturn, Mars, Jupiter, and Venus are good second steps to take.
2. The first thing you need to do after assembling the telescope as planned is center the desired
object in the finderscope’s cross hairs. Provided you did a reasonable job aligning the finderscope, a
quick look through the main telescope tube at low power should reveal the same image. With the
lowest power eyepiece (the one with the largest number printed on it) you should be able to focus
the same image that you saw through the finderscope. Avoid the temptation to move directly to the
highest power. The low power eyepiece will give you a wider field of view, and brighter image—thus
making it very easy to find your target object. At this point with a focused image in both scopes,
you’ve passed the first obstacle. If you don’t see an image after attempting to focus it in, you
might consider aligning your finderscope again. Once you pass this step, you’ll will enjoy the time
spent ensuring a good alignment. Every object you center in the finderscope will be easily found in
the main telescope tube, which is important for continuing your exploration of the night sky.
3. The low power eyepieces are perfect for viewing the full moon, planets, star clusters, nebulae,
and even constellations. These should build your foundation. However, for more detail, try bumping
up in magnification to higher power eyepieces on some of these objects. During calm and crisp
nights, the light/dark separation line on the moon (called the "Terminator") is marvelous at high power.
You can see mountains, ridges and craters jump out at you due to the highlights. Similarly, you can
move up to higher magnifications on the planets and nebulae. Star clusters and stars are best viewed
through the low power no matter what.
4. The recurring astronomical theater we call the night sky is an ever-changing billboard. In other
words, not the same movie plays all the time. Rather, the positions of the stars change not only
hourly as they seem to rise and set, but also throughout the year. As the earth orbits the sun our
perspective on the stars changes on a yearly cycle about that orbit. The reason the sky seems to
move daily just as the sun and the moon "move" across our sky, is that the earth is rotating about its
axis. As a result you may notice that after a few minutes or a few seconds depending on what power
you are viewing at, the objects in your telescope will move. At higher magnifications especially, you
will notice that the moon or Jupiter will "race" right out of the field of view. To compensate, just move
your telescope to "track" it in the necessary path.
10.
M
HELPFUL HINTS
1. Your telescope is a very sensitive instrument. For best results and fewer vibrations set
your telescope up on a level location on the ground rather than your concrete driveway or
your wooden deck. This will provide a more stable foundation for viewing, especially if
you’ve drawn a crowd with your new telescope.
2. If possible view from a location that has relatively few lights. This will allow you to see
much fainter objects. You’d be surprised how much more you’ll see from your local lake
or park when compared to a backyard in the city.
3. Using your telescope out a window is NEVER recommended.
4. View objects that are high in the sky if possible. Waiting until the object rises well
above the horizon will provide a brighter and crisper image. Objects on the horizon
are viewed through several layers of earth’s atmosphere. Ever wonder why the
moon appears orange as it sets on the horizon. It’s because you are looking through
a considerable more amount of atmosphere than you would directly overhead.
(Note: If objects high in the sky are distorted or wavy, you are probably viewing on
a very humid night.) During nights of unstable atmosphere, viewing through a
telescope can be frustrating if not impossible. Astronomers refer to crisp, clear nights
as nights of "good seeing."
11.
Northstar Computer
Interface Diagram
1.
Computer Link
2.
Scroll Up Button
3.
Scroll Down Button
4.
Back Button
5.
Enter Button
6.
LCD Display
7.
On/Off/Dim Button
8.
Battery Cover Door
9.
Battery Cover Set Screw
Button Functions
Back Button: This button functions to navigate to the previous level within the operating framework and/or back to the
previous level of input.
Enter Button: This button functions to select certain menu choices. By pressing the ENTER button Northstar will
advance to the selected level. When an object name or number is listed on the screen, the ENTER button can also be
pressed to display a scrolling text description of the object
Scroll Up Button: This button functions to scroll up through various menus within Northstar. Anytime you encounter
a blinking text/number option, the scroll button will display the various choices within that menu. (Note: To select an
option that you have scrolled to, just press the ENTER button.
Scroll Down Button: This button functions to scroll down through various menus within Northstar. Anytime you
encounter a blinking text/number option, the scroll button will display the various choices within that menu.
(Note: To select an option that you have scrolled to, just press the ENTER button.
On/Off/Dim: The On/Off Button will turn the Northstar Computerized Star Locator on and off. Once on, you can adjust
the level of LCD Backlight Illumination by pressing the On/Off/Dim Button to cycle through the brightness levels. To turn
the unit off, simply depress and hold the On/Off/Dim button for three seconds and release. (Note: The Northstar
Computerized Star Locator will automatically turn itself off after 20 minutes of inactivity.)
LCD DISPLAY
The Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) is a two-line, sixteen character display. The LCD also has an electroluminescent
backlight for use during nighttime viewing with the Northstar Computerized Star Locator.
12.
MMODE OVERVIEW OF PRODUCT
Explore: The Explore Mode of Northstar provides the ability to explore various astronomical objects
categorized by object type. These objects would fall under one or more of the following types of objects:
Deep Sky, Planets, Constellations, and Stars. Each of these subheadings would also have subcategories
of objects beneath their menu structure. (See Menu Tree for full list of menu functions and options.)
Sky Tour: The Sky Tour Mode of Northstar provides the ability to take a quick tour of the best and brightest
objects for any given month of the year. If the date has been input into the system, the Sky Tour Mode will
automatically default to that month. Objects can be chosen by using the scroll up or down arrows and pressing
ENTER. To find out more information about any given object press the enter button while that object is displayed
to see the scrolling text message.
Telescope: The Telescope Mode of Northstar provides real-time data on where the telescope is pointing.
Astronomical Coordinates for Right Ascension (RA) and Declination (DEC) as well as Altitude (ALT) and Azimuth
(AZ) are displayed simultaneously. In addition, in the lower right hand corner will be the abbreviation for the
current constellation that the telescope is pointed at.
Identify: The Identify Mode of Northstar provides the ability to Identify any object within your telescope field of
view. Subcategories for different classes of identifiable objects are included as well as an Identify Any option.
Align Earth: The Align Earth Mode of Northstar provides the ability to easily align your telescope utilizing
common information non-astronomers would readily know. By entering simple information such as time, date,
city, etc. a first time telescope user can be exploring the immense Northstar database of astronomical objects
within minutes.
Align Star: The Align Star Mode of Northstar provides the ability to align your telescope utilizing some
astronomical knowledge. By knowing where two stars are located in the sky, a novice user can circumvent the
city, date, and time input and quickly start utilizing the Northstar database to locate amazing astronomical objects.
Align Object: The Align Object Mode of Northstar provides the ability to refine your telescope alignment during
the middle of your observing session. This might come in very handy if the family dog has just bumped the
telescope out of alignment. By using this mode you can center the telescope on any known object and select
align object to quickly recalibrate the Northstar alignment allowing continued enjoyment for the duration of the
evening.
13.
14.
M
ALIGNING NORTHSTAR FOR THE FIRST TIME
When you turn the telescope on a scrolling message will appear:
The first display will then prompt you to level the telescope tube. The display will read:
The display will alternate to:
After the tube is leveled and ENTER is pressed, the display will briefly read
Then the default menu will appear:
This mode assumes that even if the telescope user is a first time user and does not know anything about
astronomy that they can be successful aligning the telescope in a few simple steps.
The ALIGN EARTH option is flashing. This indicates that if we press the ENTER key we will then be faced with
the ALIGN EARTH menu.
Press ENTER to choose ALIGN EARTH option.
NOTE: ANY FLASHING ITEM ON THE DISPLAY IS A MENU CHOICE. OTHER CHOICES ARE AVAILABLE
BY USING THE SCROLL UP OR SCROLL DOWN BUTTONS.
STEP 1: SET THE TIME
By using the SCROLL UP and SCROLL DOWN buttons and the ENTER button, the time can easily be set as
well as the time zone. Each flashing option will need to be changed to read the appropriate number. Once the
number is displayed, you accept the number by pressing ENTER. Then you would set the next flashing option
until the time and time zone are set.
STEP 2: SET THE DATE
Again by using the SCROLL UP and SCROLLDOWN buttons and the ENTER button, the date can easily be set.
Each flashing option will need to be changed to read the appropriate number or month. Once the number is
displayed, you accept the number by pressing ENTER. Then you would set the next flashing option until the day,
month and year are set.
15.
M
ALIGNING NORTHSTAR FOR THE FIRST TIME (Continued)
STEP 3: SET THE LOCATION
The next screen will display:
CITY will be flashing. By pressing the ENTER button, the display will change to:
The country will be flashing.
Again by using the SCROLL UP and SCROLLDOWN buttons and the ENTER button, the COUNTRY can be chosen.
When the appropriate Country is found and the ENTER button is pushed, you would finally choose the city that you were
closest to by pressing ENTER when it is displayed.
NOTE: CHOOSE THE CITY CLOSEST TO YOUR VIEWING LOCATION. THIS IS NOTA CRITICALSTEP AND THE
ALIGNMENT WILLAUTOMATICALLY BE REFINED AS WE PROGRESS.
STEP 4: POINT NORTH
After choosing the city, the display will read:
You would then point the telescope in the direction of North and press ENTER.
M
ALIGNING NORTHSTAR FOR THE FIRST TIME (Continued)
NOTE: THE USER WOULD JUST HAVE TO GET THE TELESCOPE POINTED RELATIVELY CLOSE TO
NORTH. THE ALIGNMENT WILL BE REFINED AS WE PROGRESS. HOWEVER, IF YOU CAN FIND THE
BIG DIPPER AND USE THE "POINTER STARS", FOLLOW THE ARROW ON THE ABOVE DIAGRAM TO
THE NORTH STAR. THE NORTH STAR LIVES DIRECTLYABOVE DUE NORTH!
After pointing the telescope NORTH and making sure the tube is still pointed level, pressing the ENTER button
would complete the rough alignment process.
A polite THANK YOU will then be displayed.
After four simple criteria that any consumer should know, the telescope now knows where over 20,000
astronomical objects are in the night sky to a relative precision. With just two more steps, we will zero in on
pinpoint accuracy.
Now the telescope will lead us through a simple two star alignment process. WE DO NOT NEED TO KNOW
WHERE ANY STARS ARE. We just simply follow the directions.
Ascrolling message indicates to CENTER STAR 1 THEN PRESS ENTER
Then the display will read:
The user will simply follow the arrows to zero in on this first guide star. Note that this will be the only bright star
in this area of the sky. By following the arrows on the display it will tell us how far away we are from the guide
star. Move the telescope tube with your hands until the display reads:
Note as you move from greater than 10 degrees away from an object to under ten degrees, the display moves
into tenths of degrees with the arrows acting as decimal points (Example
below the
object).
After getting the star zeroed in, you need to do as the screen told you—CENTER STAR 1. In other words, the
star might appear in the lower left corner of your telescope’s eyepiece.
By looking through the eyepiece, center the star in the field of view and press ENTER.
The distance the object is from the center is related to how far outside of a city you might be located or how
accurately you aligned with north.
You would then repeat this process for STAR 2 and press ENTER.
After this step is completed, you will see a display that reads:
(Note: The more stars that appear on the second line of the display the better, up to 5)
After the two star alignment is complete, your Northstar now knows with pinpoint accuracy where
all 20,000+ objects are!!
17.
M
USING NORTHSTAR FOR THE FIRST TIME
After EARTH ALIGN, the display will then read:
EXPLORE will be flashing. This indicates that you could choose other options by pressing the
UP and DOWN buttons. However, let’s look at EXPLORE first. This is the default menu at this
point because, this will most likely be the most often used mode. This is where the starfinding
takes place.
Select EXPLORE by pressing ENTER. SCROLL UP and DOWN to see what flashing menu
choices you have. I always choose PLANET. These are the most interesting. Even if you are
a first time telescope user, PLANET objects can be very exciting.
Press ENTER when the display reads:
This will take you into a list of named PLANETobjects. By using the SCROLL UP or SCROLLDOWN buttons,
you can explore several items in the object list.
Press ENTER to choose the PLANET you wish to view. The display would then be:
NOTE: IF AN OBJECT IS BELOW THE HORIZON, THE DISPLAY WILL PERIODICALLY DISPLAY THE
WORD "HORIZON".
SCROLLUP or SCROLLDOWN to see other PLANETS in the list. Notice the display shows you directions to
each object. But what if you are a first time user want to find out more about the object? Wouldn’t it be nice
to know what the object is before moving the telescope?
PRESS ENTER when:
is displayed or any other PLANET item. You will see a scrolling message telling you the coordinates for the
object, how bright it is, how big it is, what its proper name is, what constellation it is in, and a brief description
of what the object is. For JUPITER it would read:
Now imagine that you are a parent trying to impress your kids (or vice versa). Ten minutes into your first
observing session you are already learning astronomical objects.
This is a great educational tool!!!!
To find the object, just follow the directions displayed by the arrows until you zero the object out and it will be
right in the telescope’s eyepiece!
18.
M
USING NORTHSTAR FOR THE FIRST TIME (Continued)
By pressing the BACK button, you move back to the previous level each time the button is pressed. Press the button
three times and you are back at the main level menu. The display will read:
SCROLLUP or SCROLL DOWN to select
Press ENTER.
This mode will take you through the best and brightest objects for each month. If you have done the ALIGN EARTH
alignment and entered the date, it will automatically take you to the current month. Don’t know what some of these
obscure objects and abbreviations mean? Just press the ENTER key for more information.
Press the BACK button until you get back to the main menu:
SCROLL UP or SCROLLDOWN until the display reads:
PRESS ENTER
This mode will default to the level
By selecting this option with the ENTER key, it will IDENTIFYthe object that you are currently viewing OR the closest
object to where your telescope is currently pointed. You also have the options to choose other types of IDENTIFY
menus. These will IDENTIFY the closest CLUSTERS, NEBULAS, etc. to your current telescope position.
To select the final mode press ENTER at the display:
The display reads something like:
The TELESCOPE mode gives you dynamic real-time information on your telescope’s current position in terms
of astronomical coordinates. Play around with this mode by moving the telescope around. Notice the three letter
abbreviation in the lower right portion of the display. This dynamically displays the current CONSTELLATION
that the telescope is pointing at. These names are abbreviated in this mode. Definitions for the abbreviations
will be in the catalog index.
19.
Catalog Index
The following appendix information is more thorough information than that listed
in the main instruction manual. For sake of space, the complete 20,000 object
catalog is not listed. However, we have included the entire star list and the entire
Messier object lists for your information. In addition, the constellation
abbreviations are defined that are found in the Northstar system.
20.
Catalog Index
CONSTELLATION ABBREVIATIONS
Andromeda (And)
Antila (Ant)
Apus (Aps)
Aquarius (Aqr)
Aquila (Aql)
Ara (Ara)
Aries (Ari)
Auriga (Aur)
Bootes (Boo)
Caelum (Cae)
Camelopardis (Cam)
Cancer (Cnc)
Canes Venatici (CVn)
Canis Major (CMa)
Canis Minor (CMi)
Capricornus (Cap)
Carina (Car)
Cassiopeia (Cas)
Centaurus (Cen)
Cepheus (Cep)
Cetus (Cet)
Chameleon (Cha)
Circinus (Cir)
Columbia (Col)
Coma Berenices (Com)
Corona Australis (CrA)
Corona Borealis (CrB)
Corvus (Crv)
Crater (Crt)
Crux (Cru)
Cygnus (Cyg)
Delphinus (Del)
Dorado (Dor)
Draco (Dra)
Equuleus (Equ)
Eridanus (Eri)
Fornax (For)
Gemini (Gem)
Grus (Gru)
Hercules (Her)
Horologium (Hor)
Hydra (Hya)
Hydrus (Hyi)
Indus (Ind)
Lacerta (Lac)
Leo (Leo)
Leo Minor (LMi)
Lepus (Lep)
Libra (Lib)
Lupus (Lup)
Lynx (Lyn)
Lyra (Lyr)
Mensa (Men)
Microscopium (Mic)
Monoceros (Mon)
Musca (Mus)
Norma (Nor)
Octans (Oct)
Ophiuchus (Oph)
Orion (Ori)
Pavo (Pav)
Pegasus (Peg)
Perseus (Per)
Phoenix (Phe)
Pictor (Pic)
Pisces (Psc)
Piscis Austrinus (PsA)
Puppis (Pup)
Pyxis (Pyx)
Reticulum (Ret)
Sagitta (Sge)
Sagittarius (Sgr)
Scorpius (Sco)
Sculptor (Scl)
Scutum (Sct)
Serpens (Ser)
Sextans (Sex)
Taurus (Tau)
Telescopium (Tel)
Triangulum (Tri)
Triangulum Australe (TrA)
Tucana (Tuc)
Ursa Major (UMa)
Ursa Minor (UMi)
Vela (Vel)
Virgo (Vir)
Volcans (Vol)
Vulpecula (Vul)
21.
Catalog Index
NAME - NAME
RA - RIGHT ASCENSION (hours min.min)
DEC - DECLINATION (degrees)
MAG - MAGNITUDE
SIZE - SIZE
CON - CONSTELLATION
Messier Catalog
MESSIER CATALOG
NAME
RA
DEC
MAG SIZE
CON
DESCRIPTION
M001
M002
M003
M004
M005
M006
M007
M008
M009
M010
M011
M012
M013
M014
M015
M016
M017
M018
M019
M020
M021
M022
M023
M024
M025
M026
M027
M028
M029
M030
M031
M032
M033
M034
M035
M036
M037
M038
M039
M040
M041
M042
M043
M044
M045
M046
M047
NGC 1952
NGC 7089
NGC 5272
NGC 6121
NGC 5904
NGC 6405
NGC 6475
NGC 6523
NGC 6333
NGC 6254
NGC 6705
NGC 6218
NGC 6205
NGC 6402
NGC 7078
NGC 6611
NGC 6618
NGC 6613
NGC 6273
NGC 6514
NGC 6531
NGC 6656
NGC 6494
05 34.5
21 33.5
13 42.2
16 23.6
15 18.6
17 40.1
17 53.9
18 03.8
17 19.2
16 57.1
18 51.1
16 47.2
16 41.7
17 37.6
21 30.0
18 18.8
18 20.8
18 19.9
17 02.6
18 02.6
18 04.6
18 36.4
17 56.8
18 15.9
18 31.6
18 45.2
19 59.6
18 24.5
20 23.9
21 40.4
00 42.7
00 42.7
01 33.9
02 42.0
06 08.9
05 36.1
05 52.4
05 28.7
21 32.2
12 19.8
06 47.0
05 35.4
05 35.6
08 40.1
03 47.0
07 41.8
07 36.6
+22.0
-0.8
+28.4
-26.5
+02.1
-32.2
-34.8
-24.4
-18.5
-4.1
-6.3
-2
+36.5
-3.3
+12.2
-13.8
-16.2
-17.1
-26.3
-23
-22.5
-23.9
-19
-18.5
-19.3
-9.4
+22.7
-24.9
+38.5
-23.2
+41.3
+40.9
+30.7
+42.8
+24.3
+34.1
+32.6
+35.8
+48.4
+58.3
-20.7
-5.5
-5.3
+20.0
+24.1
-14.8
-14.5
8.4
6
6
5.9
6.2
4.6
5
5
8
7
6
8
5.7
9
6.5
6
6
8
7
6.3
7
6
7
0
6
9.5
8
8
7
8
3.4
8.2
5.7
5.2
5.1
6
5.6
6.4
5
9
4.5
4
9
3.1
1.5
6.1
4.4
Tau
Aqr
Cvn
Sco
Ser
Sco
Sco
Sgr
Oph
Oph
Sct
Oph
Her
Oph
Peg
Ser
Sgr
Sgr
Oph
Sgr
Sgr
Sgr
Sgr
Sgr
Sgr
Sct
Vul
Sgr
Cyg
Cap
And
And
Tri
Per
Gem
Aur
Aur
Aur
Cyg
UMa
Cma
Ori
Ori
Cnc
Tau
Pup
Pup
nebula
globular cluster highly resolved
globular cluster highly resolved
globular cluster highly resolved
globular cluster highly resolved
open cluster rich
open cluster bright scattered
nebula with dust and cluster
globular cluster mottled
globular cluster highly resolved
open cluster dense
globular cluster highly resolved
globular cluster highly resolved
globular cluster
globular cluster highly resolved
nebula with dust and cluster
nebula
open cluster bright scattered
globular cluster
nebula with dust
open cluster rich
globular cluster highly resolved
open cluster dense
open cluster bright scattered
scattered group of stars
open cluster rich
planetary nebula irregular
globular cluster highly resolved
open cluster bright scattered
globular cluster highly resolved
very elongated galaxy dusty with bright core
round galaxy with bright core
spiral galaxy structure with bright knots
open cluster rich
open cluster rich
open cluster rich
open cluster dense
open cluster rich
open cluster bright scattered
double star
open cluster dense
nebula
nebula bright with dust
open cluster bright scattered
scattered group of stars
open cluster dense
open cluster dense
22.
Crab nebula supernova remnant
butterfly
Lagoon
wild duck
Eagle
Swan
Trifid
small star cloud
Dumbell
Great Andromeda Galaxy
Pinwheel
IC 4725
NGC 6694
NGC 6853
NGC 6626
NGC 6913
NGC 7099
NGC 224
NGC 221
NGC 598
NGC 1039
NGC 2168
NGC 1960
NGC 2099
NGC 1912
NGC 7092
Winnecke 4
Great Orion nebula
Behive
Pleiades
NGC 2287
NGC 1976
NGC 1982
NGC 2632
Pleiades
NGC 2437
NGC 2422
6'
7'
18'
26'
13'
25'
1°
80'
9'
8'
12'
10'
23'
6'
10'
7'
45'
7'
5'
25'
10'
18'
30'
1.5°
20'
9'
8'
6'
7'
6'
3°
8'
60'
30'
30'
12'
24'
21'
30'
50"
38'
1°
20'
1.5°
1.5°
27'
30'
M048
M049
M050
M051
M052
M053
M054
M055
M056
M057
M058
M059
M060
M061
M062
M063
M064
M065
M066
M067
M068
M069
M070
M071
M072
M073
M074
M075
M076
M077
M078
M079
M080
M081
M082
M083
M084
M085
M086
M087
M088
M089
M090
M091
M092
M093
M094
M095
M096
M097
M098
M099
M100
M101
M102
M103
M104
M105
M106
M107
M108
M109
M110
Whirlpool
Ring
Sunflower
Black eye
Leo triplet
Leo triplet
little dumbell
Bodes nebula
Owl
sombrero
NGC 2548
NGC 4472
NGC 2323
NGC 5194
NGC 7654
NGC 5024
NGC 6715
NGC 6809
NGC 6779
NGC 6720
NGC 4579
NGC 4621
NGC 4649
NGC 4303
NGC 6266
NGC 5055
NGC 4826
NGC 3623
NGC 3627
NGC 2682
NGC 4590
NGC 6637
NGC 6681
NGC 6838
NGC 6981
NGC 6994
NGC 628
NGC 6864
NGC 650
NGC 1068
NGC 2068
NGC 1904
NGC 6093
NGC 3031
NGC 3034
NGC 5236
NGC 4374
NGC 4382
NGC 4406
NGC 4486
NGC 4501
NGC 4552
NGC 4569
NGC 4548
NGC 6341
NGC 2447
NGC 4736
NGC 3351
NGC 3368
NGC 3587
NGC 4192
NGC 4254
NGC 4321
NGC 5457
NGC 5866
NGC 581
NGC 4594
NGC 3379
NGC 4258
NGC 6171
NGC 3556
NGC 3992
NGC 205
08 13.8
12 29.8
07 03.2
13 29.9
23 24.2
13 12.9
18 55.1
19 40.0
19 16.6
18 53.6
12 37.7
12 42.0
12 43.7
12 21.9
17 01.2
13 15.8
12 56.7
11 18.9
11 20.2
08 50.4
12 39.5
18 31.4
18 43.2
19 53.8
20 53.5
20 59.0
01 36.7
20 06.1
01 42.4
02 42.7
05 46.7
05 24.5
16 17.0
09 55.6
09 55.8
13 37.0
12 25.1
12 25.4
12 26.2
12 30.8
12 32.0
12 35.7
12 36.8
12 35.4
17 17.1
07 44.6
12 50.9
10 44.0
10 46.8
11 14.8
12 13.8
12 18.8
12 22.9
14 03.2
15 06.5
01 33.2
12 40.0
10 47.8
12 19.0
16 32.5
11 11.5
11 57.6
00 40.4
-5.8
+08.0
-8.3
+47.2
+61.6
+18.2
-30.5
-31
+30.2
+33.0
+11.8
+11.7
+11.6
+04.5
-30.1
+42.0
+21.7
+13.1
+13.0
+11.8
-26.8
-32.4
-32.3
+18.8
-12.5
-12.6
+15.8
-21.9
+51.6
-0.1
+00.1
-24.6
-23
+69.1
+69.7
-29.9
+12.9
+18.2
+13.0
+12.4
+14.4
+12.6
+13.2
+14.5
+43.1
-23.9
+41.1
+11.7
+11.8
+55.0
+14.9
+14.4
+15.8
+54.4
+55.8
+60.7
-11.6
+12.6
+47.3
-13.1
+55.7
+53.4
+41.7
5.8
8.4
6
8.1
7
8
9
7
8
9.7
9.8
9.8
8.8
9.7
6.5
8.6
8.6
9.3
9
7
8
7.5
8
9
8.6
8.9
9.2
8
10.1
8.8
8
8.4
7.2
6.9
8.4
8
9.3
9.3
9.2
8.6
9.5
9.8
9.5
10.2
6.5
6.2
8.2
9.7
9.3
11
10
10
9.4
7.8
10
7.4
8.2
9.3
8.3
9
10.1
9.8
8
RA
DEC
00 01.2
00 02.0
00 02.6
+60 21
-6
+66 06
40'
8'
20'
11'
12'
10'
6'
15'
5'
80"
5'
2'
3.5'
5'
9'
9'
7.5'
10'
9'
30'
9'
4'
4'
6'
3'
?
10'
3'
2'
7'
8'
7.5'
9'
26'
9'
10'
4'
5'
7'
7'
6'
3'
9'
4.5'
8'
20'
5'
4'
6'
2.5'
8.2'
5'
7'
20'
3'
6'
7'
4'
18'
7'
8'
8'
17'
Hya
Vir
Mon
Cvn
Cas
Com
Sgr
Sgr
Lyr
Lyr
Vir
Vir
Vir
Vir
Oph
Cvn
Com
Leo
Leo
Cnc
Hya
Sgr
Sgr
Sge
Aqr
Aqr
Psc
Sgr
Per
Cet
Ori
Lep
Sco
Uma
Uma
Hya
Vir
Com
Vir
Vir
Com
Vir
Vir
Com
Her
Pup
Cvn
Leo
Leo
Uma
Com
Com
Com
Uma
Dra
Cas
Vir
Leo
Cvn
Oph
Uma
Uma
And
open cluster rich
round galaxy with bright core
open cluster rich
spiral galaxy structure attached companion
open cluster dense
globular cluster highly resolved
globular cluster mottled
globular cluster highly resolved
globular cluster highly resolved
planetary nebula ring with central star
round galaxy with bright core
elongated galaxy with bright core
round galaxy with bright core
spiral galaxy structure
globular cluster
elongated galaxy with bright core
elongated galaxy dusty
very elongated galaxy with bright core
spiral galaxy structure
open cluster dense
globular cluster highly resolved
globular cluster
globular cluster
globular cluster highly resolved
globular cluster
asterism
spiral galaxy structure
globular cluster unresolved
planetary nebula irregular
round galaxy with bright core
reflection nebula bright
globular cluster highly resolved
globular cluster mottled
spiral galaxy structure
very elongated galaxy with dust and bright knots
barred spiral galaxy structure
round galaxy with bright core
round galaxy with bright core
round galaxy with bright core
round galaxy with bright core
very elongated galaxy with bright core
round galaxy with bright core
very elongated galaxy with bright core
elongated galaxy with bright core
globular cluster highly resolved
open cluster dense
elongated galaxy with bright core
barred spiral galaxy structure
round galaxy with bright core
planetary nebula irregular
very elongated galaxy with bright core
spiral galaxy structure
round galaxy with bright core
spiral galaxy structure with bright knots
very elongated galaxy dusty with bright core
open cluster rich
edge on galaxy dusty
round galaxy with bright core
spiral galaxy structure with bright knots
globular cluster
very elongated galaxy with dust and bright knots
elongated galaxy with bright core
elongated galaxy
MAG SIZE
CON
DESCRIPTION
7.6
4.4
5.9
Cas
Psc
Cas
colored double star
red variable star
colored double star
Star Catalog
STAR CATALOG
ST001 O∑∑254
ST002 30
ST003 ∑3053
NAME
30 PSC
59"
*
15"
23.
ST004
ST005
ST006
ST007
ST008
ST009
ST010
ST011
ST012
ST013
ST014
ST015
ST016
ST017
ST018
ST019
ST020
ST021
ST022
ST023
ST024
ST025
ST026
ST027
ST028
ST029
ST030
ST031
ST032
ST033
ST034
ST035
ST036
ST037
ST038
ST039
ST040
ST041
ST042
ST043
ST044
ST045
ST046
ST047
ST048
ST049
ST050
ST051
ST052
ST053
ST054
ST055
ST056
ST057
ST058
ST059
ST060
ST061
ST062
ST063
ST064
ST065
ST066
ST067
ST068
ST069
ST070
ST071
ST072
ST073
ST074
ST075
ST076
24.
SU
Ced214
∑3062
Alpheratz
∑2
Kappa
Algenib
AD
7
35 Psc
S
∑13
ST
Groombridge34
∑24
Iota
VX
R
∑30
AQ
Beta
∑36
Zeta
Delta
55
Schedar
O∑18
HN
Delta
Eta
65
Do13
Lambda1
36
Navi
∑80
∑79
U
Psi-1
77
Zeta
Eta
Lux Lydiae
Mirach
Zeta
Kappa
Z
42
Psi
R
Gamma
Achernar
51
UV
p
Nu
44
Phi
∑162
1
∑163
Zeta
∑178
Gamma
Psi
Epsilon
∑186
56
Lambda
Upsilon
Alpha
Almach
Hamal
SU AND
00 04.6
Cederblad 21400 04.7
ADS 61
00 06.3
Alpha And
00 08.4
Struve 2
00 09.3
ß 391
00 09.4
Gamma PEG 00 13.2
AD Cet
00 14.5
7 CET
00 14.6
∑12, UU Psc 00 15.0
S SCL
00 15.4
Struve 13
00 16.2
ST CAS
00 17.6
Groombridge 34 00 18.1
00 18.5
Iota CET
00 19.4
VX AND
00 19.9
00 24.0
00 27.2
AQ AND
00 27.6
Beta TUC
00 31.5
Struve 36
00 32.4
Zeta CAS
00 37.0
Delta AND
00 39.3
00 39.9
Alpha CAS
00 40.5
ADS 588
00 42.4
HN 122
00 45.7
Delta PSC
00 48.7
00 49.1
65 PSC
00 49.9
Dolidze 13
00 50.0
Lambda1 TUC00 52.4
36 AND
00 55.0
Gamma CAS 00 56.7
00 59.4
01 00.1
01 02.3
∑88, 74 Psc 01 05.6
∑90
01 05.8
Zeta PHE
01 08.4
Eta CET
01 08.6
Lux Lydiae
01 08.7
Beta AND
01 09.7
Zeta PSC
01 13.7
Kappa TUC 01 15.8
Z PSC
01 16.2
∑113
01 19.8
Psi CAS
01 25.9
R SCL
01 27.0
Gamma PHE 01 28.4
Alpha Eri
01 37.7
51 AND
01 38.0
UV CET
01 38.8
p ERI
01 39.8
Nu PSC
01 41.4
44 CAS
01 43.3
Phi PER
01 43.7
01 49.3
1 ARI
01 50.1
01 51.3
Zeta CET
01 51.5
01 52.0
Gamma ARI 01 53.5
Psi PHE
01 53.6
Epsilon CAS 01 54.4
Struve 186
01 55.9
56 AND
01 56.2
Lambda ARI 01 57.9
Upsilon CET 02 00.0
Alpha PSC
02 02.0
Gamma AND 02 03.9
Alpha ARI
02 07.2
+43.5
+67.2
+58.4
+29 05
+79.7
-28 00
+15.2
-7.8
-18.9
+08 49
-32.1
+76.9
+50.3
+44.0
+26 08
-8.8
+44.7
+38 35
+49 59
+35.6
-63
+06.9
+53.9
+30.9
+21 26
+56.5
+04.2
+75.0
+07.6
+57 49
+27.7
+64.1
-69.5
+23.6
+60.7
+00 47
+44 43
+81 51
+21 28
+04 55
-55.3
-10.2
+86.3
+35.6
+07.6
-68.9
+25.8
-00 31
+68.1
-32.5
-43.3
-57 14
+48.6
-18
-56.2
+05.5
+60.6
+50.7
+47 54
+22.3
+64 51
-10.3
+10 48
+19.3
-46.3
+63.7
+01.9
+37.3
+23.6
-21.1
+02.8
+42.3
+23.5
8
7.8
6.4
2.1
6.6
6.2
2.8
4.9
4.4
5.8
5.5
7
9
8
7.6
3.5
8
5.8
6.9
6.9
4.4
5.7
3.7
3.3
5.4
2.2
7.8
5.7
4.4
3.4
6.3
11
6.5
6
2.5
8.4
6
6.8
5.3
6.8
3.9
3.5
4.3
2
5.6
5.1
8.8
6.4
4.7
6.1
3.4
0.5
3.6
7
5.8
4.4
5.8
4.1
5.8
6
6.6
3.7
8.5
4.5
4.4
3.4
6.8
5.7
4.8
4
4
2.2
2
*
30'
1.5"
*
0.8"
2"
*
1.5°
*
12"
*
0.9"
*
39"
5"
*
*
Stellar
15"
*
27"
28"
*
*
6"
*
1.5"
36"
*
12"
4.4"
13'
21"
0.8"
*
26"
8"
Stellar
30"
33"
6.4"
*
*
*
23"
5.4"
*
1.6"
25"
*
4'
*
*
*
11.5"
*
1.6"
*
2"
2.6"
35"
3'
3"
8"
5°
*
1"
3'
37"
*
1.6"
10"
*
And
Cep
Cas
And
Cep
Scl
Peg
Cet
Cet
Psc
Scl
Cep
Cas
And
And
Cet
And
And
Cas
And
Tuc
Psc
Cas
And
Psc
Cas
Psc
Cas
Psc
Cas
Psc
Cas
Tuc
And
Cas
Cet
And
Cep
Psc
Psc
Phe
Cet
Cep
And
Psc
Tuc
Psc
Cet
Cas
Scl
Phe
Eri
And
Cet
Eri
Psc
Cas
Per
Per
Ari
Cas
Cet
Ari
Ari
Phe
Cas
Cet
And
Ari
Cet
Psc
And
Ari
red variable star
emission nebula
double star challenge
star
double star challenge
double star challenge
star
red variable star
red variable star
colored double star
variable star
double star challenge
red variable star
double star
double star
star
star
variable star
double star
red variable star
double star
double star
star
star
colored double star
star
double star challenge
double star
star
colored double star
colored double star
scattered group of stars
double star
double star challenge
star
double star equal magnitude
double star equal magnitude
variable star
double star equal magnitude
double star
double star
star
star
star
double star
double star
star
double star challenge
double star magnitude contrast
variable star
star
star
star
variable star
double star
star
double star
star
triple star challenge
double star
colored double star
double star
double star equal magnitude
double star equal magnitude
red variable star
star
double star challenge
double star
double star
star
double star challenge
colored double star
star
ST077
ST078
ST079
ST080
ST081
ST082
ST083
ST084
ST085
ST086
ST087
ST088
ST089
ST090
ST091
ST092
ST093
ST094
ST095
ST096
ST097
ST098
ST099
ST100
ST101
ST102
ST103
ST104
ST105
ST106
ST107
ST108
ST109
ST110
ST111
ST112
ST113
ST114
ST115
ST116
ST117
ST118
ST119
ST120
ST121
ST122
ST123
ST124
ST125
ST126
ST127
ST128
ST129
ST130
ST131
ST132
ST133
ST134
ST135
ST136
ST137
ST138
ST139
ST140
ST141
ST142
ST143
ST144
ST145
ST146
ST147
ST148
ST149
59 And
Iota
∑231
∑228
∑232
∑239
Mira
Iota
∑268
∑274
Polaris
Omega
30
R
Gamma
∑305
RZ
pi
Eta
R
∑330
Acamar
Epsilon
Epsilon
∑331
Menkar
Rho
∑320
h3568
Algol
Alpha
h3556
∑362
∑369
ADS2446
Zeta
Tau4
Toms Topaz
Mirfak
Y
∑394
∑385
∑389
Sigma
∑401
Epsilon
∑400
O∑36
U1
Omicron
Pi
Gamma
30
F
BE
Atik
32
Epsilon
Gamma
Lambda
O∑531
SZ
Omicron2
Epsilon
Theta
Phi
T
Chi
ADS3169
43
ß 184
∑552
1
Iota TRI
Struve 231
Struve 228
Omicron CET
Iota CAS
Alpha UMi
h 3506
R TRI
Gamma CET
∑307
R HOR
Struve 330
Theta ERI
Epsilon ARI
Alpha CET
Rho PER
h3568
Beta PER
Alpha FOR
h3556
ADS 2446
Zeta RET
Tau4 ERI
Tom's Topaz
Alpha Per
Y PER
Struve 385
Sigma PER
Epsilon ERI
Struve 400
O.Struve 36
U(1) CAM (?)
Omicron PER
Pi ERI
Gamma HYI
30 TAU
∆ 16
BE CAM
Zeta PER
32 ERI
Gamma ERI
Lambda TAU
ADS 2995
∑485
Omicron2 ERI
Epsilon RET
Theta RET
Phi TAU
Chi TAU
ADS 3169
43 ERI
02 10.9
02 12.4
02 12.8
02 14.0
02 14.7
02 17.4
02 19.3
02 29.1
02 29.4
02 31.5
02 31.8
02 33.9
02 37.0
02 37.0
02 43.3
02 47.5
02 48.9
02 49.3
02 50.7
02 53.9
02 57.2
02 58.3
02 59.2
02 59.2
03 00.8
03 02.3
03 05.2
03 06.2
03 07.5
03 08.2
03 12.1
03 12.4
03 16.3
03 17.2
03 17.7
03 18.2
03 19.5
03 20.3
03 24.3
03 27.7
03 28.0
03 29.1
03 30.1
03 30.6
03 31.3
03 32.9
03 35.0
03 40.0
03 41.6
03 44.3
03 46.1
03 47.2
03 48.3
03 48.6
03 49.5
03 54.1
03 54.3
03 57.9
03 58.0
04 00.7
04 07.6
04 07.8
04 15.2
04 16.5
04 17.7
04 20.4
04 22.0
04 22.6
04 22.7
04 24.0
04 27.9
04 31.4
04 32.0
+39 02
+30.3
-2.4
+47.5
+30 24
+28 44
-3
+67.4
+55 31
+01 05
+89 16
-28 13
+24 38
+34.3
+03.2
+19 22
+69 38
+17 28
+55 53
-49.9
-0.6
-40.3
+29.3
+21 20
+52 20
+04.1
+38.8
+79 24
-79
+41.0
-29
-44.4
+60 02
+40 29
+38.6
-62.5
-21.8
+29.0
+49 52
+44.2
+20 27
+59.9
+59 21
+48.0
+27 34
-9.5
+60.0
+63.9
+62.6
+32.3
-12.1
-74.2
+11.2
-37 37
+65.5
+31.9
-3
+40 01
-13.5
+12.5
+38.1
+62 20
-7.7
-59.3
-63.3
+27.4
+19 32
+25.6
+15.1
-34
-21 30
+40 01
+53 55
5.6
5
5.7
6.6
8
7
2
4
6.9
7.3
2
5
6.5
5.4
3.6
7.4
6.2
5.2
3.9
4.7
7.3
3.5
4.6
4.6
5.4
2.5
3.4
5.8
5.6
2.2
4
6
8.5
6.7
7.8
5.2
3.7
4.5
1.8
8.1
7.1
4.2
6.5
4.4
6.4
3.7
6.8
6.8
8.1
3.8
4.4
3.2
5
4.9
4.5
2.9
5
2.9
3
3.3
7.4
7
4.5
4.4
6.2
5
8.4
5.5
7.3
4
7.3
7
5.4
16"
3.8"
16.5"
1.1"
7"
14"
*
2.2"
3"
14"
18"
11"
39"
*
2.7"
3"
Stellar
3"
28"
*
9"
8"
1.4"
1"
12"
*
*
5"
15"
*
5"
3.5"
7"
3"
0.9"
5'
*
9°
*
*
7"
2.4"
2.7"
*
11"
*
1.4"
46"
0
0
*
*
9"
8"
*
*
7"
9"
*
*
1.4"
90"
83"
*
4"
52"
Stellar
19.4"
1.4"
*
1.7"
9"
10"
And
Tri
Cet
And
Tri
Tri
Cet
Cas
Per
Cet
UMi
For
Ari
Tri
Cet
Ari
Cas
Ari
Per
Hor
Cet
Eri
Ari
Ari
Per
Cet
Per
Cep
Hyi
Per
For
Eri
Cam
Per
Per
Ret
Eri
Ari
Per
Per
Ari
Cam
Cam
Per
Tau
Eri
Cam
Cam
Cam
Per
Eri
Hyi
Tau
Eri
Cam
Per
Eri
Per
Eri
Tau
Per
Cam
Eri
Ret
Ret
Tau
Tau
Tau
Tau
Eri
Eri
Per
Cam
colored double star
colored double star
double star
double star challenge
double star equal magnitude
double star
variable star
triple star
double star
double star equal magnitude
double star
double star
colored double star
variable star
double star
double star challenge
variable star
triple star
double star magnitude contrast
variable star
double star
double star
double star challenge
double star challenge
double star
star
red variable star
colored double star
double star
variable star
double star
double star
double star equal magnitude
colored double star
double star challenge
double star
star
star
star
variable star
double star
double star
double star
star
double star equal magnitude
star
double star
double star
variable star
star
red variable star
star
double star
double star equal magnitude
star
star
colored double star
double star magnitude contrast
star
variable star
double star challenge
double star
triple star challenge
star
double star
double star
variable star
double star
double star challenge
red variable star
double star challenge
double star equal magnitude
colored double star
25.
ST150
ST151
ST152
ST153
ST154
ST155
ST156
ST157
ST158
ST159
ST160
ST161
ST162
ST163
ST164
ST165
ST166
ST167
ST168
ST169
ST170
ST171
ST172
ST173
ST174
ST175
ST176
ST177
ST178
ST179
ST180
ST181
ST182
ST183
ST184
ST185
ST186
ST187
ST188
ST189
ST190
ST191
ST192
ST193
ST194
ST195
ST196
ST197
ST198
ST199
ST200
ST201
ST202
ST203
ST204
ST205
ST206
ST207
ST208
ST209
ST210
ST211
ST212
ST213
ST214
ST215
ST216
ST217
ST218
ST219
ST220
ST221
ST222
26.
∑559
46
Aldebaran
Nu
53
∑572
54
R
55
Iota
ST
Pi4
TT
Pi5
Omicron2
Iota
Pi6
Omega
Hinds Crimson Star
∑627
∑631
∑630
Epsilon
Zeta
W
Epsilon
Eta
14
TX
SY
∑644
Iota
Rho
Rigel
∑653
Capella
S 476
h3750
UV
ADS3954
∑696
∑701
Eta
Sigma
Theta
Bellatrix
∑698
118
31
TL9
Delta
119
∑718
RT
∑747
Lambda
Trapezium
Iota
Epsilon
Phi2
Zeta
Sigma
Alpha
Alnitak
U2
Gamma
Y
Mu
Kappa
52
Beta
Delta
Nu
04 33.5
04 33.9
04 35.9
04 36.3
04 38.2
04 38.5
54 ERI
04 40.4
R CAE
04 40.5
∑590
04 43.6
Iota PIC
04 50.9
04 51.2
Pi4 ORI
04 51.2
TT TAU
04 51.6
Pi5 ORI
04 54.2
Omicron2 ORI04 56.4
Iota AUR
04 57.0
Pi6 ORI
04 58.5
Omega AUR 04 59.3
R LEP
04 59.6
05 00.6
Struve 631
05 00.7
Struve 630
05 02.0
05 02.0
Zeta AUR
05 02.5
W ORI
05 05.4
Epsilon LEP 05 05.5
Eta AUR
05 06.5
O∑98
05 07.9
TX AUR
05 09.1
SY ERI
05 09.8
05 10.4
Iota LEP
05 12.3
05 13.3
Beta ORI
05 14.5
Struve 653
05 15.4
Alpha Aur
05 16.7
05 19.3
05 20.5
UV AUR
05 21.8
ADS 3954
05 21.8
Struve 696
05 22.8
Struve 701
05 23.3
05 24.5
Sigma AUR 05 24.7
Theta PIC
05 24.8
Gamma ORI 05 25.1
Struve 698
05 25.2
∑716
05 29.3
31 ORI
05 29.7
TL 9
05 30.0
Delta ORI
05 32.0
119 TAU
05 32.2
05 32.4
RT ORI
05 33.2
Struve 747
05 35.0
05 35.1
Trapezium
05 35.3
∑752
05 35.4
Epsilon ORI 05 36.2
Phi2 ORI
05 36.9
Zeta TAU
05 37.6
05 38.7
Alpha COL
05 39.6
Zeta ORI
05 40.8
U(2) CAM (?) 05 42.2
Gamma LEP 05 44.5
Y TAU
05 45.7
Mu COL
05 46.0
Kappa ORI
05 47.8
∑795
05 48.0
Beta COL
05 51.0
Delta LEP
05 51.3
Nu AUR
05 51.5
46 ERI
Alpha TAU
Nu ERI
53 ERI
+18 01
-6.7
+16.5
-3.4
-14.3
+26 56
-19.7
-38.2
-08 48
-53.5
+68 10
+05.6
+28.5
+02.4
+13.5
+33.2
+01.7
+37.9
-14.8
+03 36
-13.5
+01.6
+43 49
+41.1
+01.2
-22.4
+41.2
+08 29
+39.0
-5.6
+37 17
-11.9
+02 52
-8.2
+32.7
+46 00
-18 30
-21 14
+32.5
-24.8
+03.6
-8.4
-02 24
+37.4
-52.3
+06.3
+34.9
+25 09
-1.1
+17.0
-0.3
+18.6
+49 24
+07.2
-6
+09 56
-05 23
-05 55
-1.2
+09.3
+21.1
-02 36
-34.1
-1.9
+62.5
-22.5
+20.7
-32.3
-9.7
+06 27
-35.8
-20.9
+39.1
6.9
5.7
0.9
3.9
3.9
7.3
4.3
6.7
6.7
5.6
9.2
3.7
8
3.7
4.1
2.7
4.5
5
5.9
6.6
7.5
6.5
2.9
3.8
8.6
3.2
3.2
5.9
8.5
9
6.8
4.5
4.5
0
5.1
0.1
6.2
4.7
7.4
5.5
5
6
3.4
5
6.8
1.6
6.6
5.8
4.7
5
2.2
4.7
7.5
8
4.8
3.4
5.1
2.9
1.7
4
3
3.7
2.6
2
7.7
3.7
7.1
5.2
2
6.1
3.1
3.8
4
3"
4'
30"
11°
*
4"
*
*
9"
12"
Stellar
*
*
*
*
*
*
5.4"
*
21"
5.5"
15"
Stellar
*
*
*
*
0.7"
*
*
2"
13"
7"
9.4"
11"
*
39"
4"
*
3.2"
32"
6"
1.5"
9"
38"
*
31"
5"
*
5°
53"
*
8"
*
36"
4"
13"
11"
*
*
*
11"
*
2.4"
*
97"
*
*
*
1.3"
*
*
30'
Tau
Eri
Tau
Eri
Eri
Tau
Eri
Cae
Eri
Pic
Cam
Ori
Tau
Ori
Ori
Aur
Ori
Aur
Lep
Ori
Lep
Ori
Aur
Aur
Ori
Lep
Aur
Ori
Aur
Eri
Aur
Lep
Ori
Ori
Aur
Aur
Lep
Lep
Aur
Lep
Ori
Ori
Ori
Aur
Pic
Ori
Aur
Tau
Ori
Tau
Ori
Tau
Aur
Ori
Ori
Ori
Ori
Ori
Ori
Ori
Tau
Ori
Col
Ori
Cam
Lep
Tau
Col
Ori
Ori
Col
Lep
Aur
double star equal magnitude
double star
colored double star
star
star
double star equal magnitude
red variable star
variable star
double star equal magnitude
double star
red variable star
star
variable star
star
star
star
star
double star
variable star
double star equal magnitude
double star
double star
variable star
star
variable star
star
star
double star challenge
variable star
variable star
double star challenge
double star
colored double star
double star magnitude contrast
triple star
star
double star equal magnitude
double star magnitude contrast
variable star
double star
double star
double star
double star challenge
double star
double star
star
double star
double star
star
asterism
double star
star
double star equal magnitude
variable star
double star
double star magnitude contrast
quadruple star
double star magnitude contrast
star
star
star
quadruple star
star
double star magnitude contrast
variable star
double star
variable star
star
star
double star challenge
star
star
star
ST223
ST224
ST225
ST226
ST227
ST228
ST229
ST230
ST231
ST232
ST233
ST234
ST235
ST236
ST237
ST238
ST239
ST240
ST241
ST242
ST243
ST244
ST245
ST246
ST247
ST248
ST249
ST250
ST251
ST252
ST253
ST254
ST255
ST256
ST257
ST258
ST259
ST260
ST261
ST262
ST263
ST264
ST265
ST266
ST267
ST268
ST269
ST270
ST271
ST272
ST273
ST274
ST275
ST276
ST277
ST278
ST279
ST280
ST281
ST282
ST283
ST284
ST285
ST286
ST287
ST288
ST289
ST290
ST291
ST292
ST293
ST294
ST295
∑817
Betelgeuse
U
Theta
Pi
∆23
∑855
TU
41
SS
Gamma
Eta
∑872
KS
Zeta
V
Mirzam
Mu
8
Canopus
BL
15
Beta
ADS5150
20
ADS5188
CR
∑928
ADS5201
∑929
∑939
ADS5221
Nu1
UU
ADS5240
ADS5245
South529
Innes5
ADS5265
Innes1156
SAO172106
∑953
VW
Sirius
12
∑958
Kappa
14
GY
∑987
Omicron1
Theta
38
Mu
BG
O∑80
RV
Epsilon
Sigma
Omicron2
Dunlop38
Zeta
∑1009
R
W
Gamma
Tau
∑1035
∑1037
Omega
h3945
Tau
Delta
05 54.9
05 55.2
05 55.8
05 59.7
Pi AUR
05 59.9
06 04.8
06 09.0
TU GEM
06 10.9
∑845
06 11.7
SS AUR
06 13.4
Gamma MON 06 14.9
Eta GEM
06 14.9
Struve 872
06 15.6
KS MON
06 19.7
Zeta CMA
06 20.3
V MON
06 22.7
Beta CMA
06 22.7
Mu GEM
06 23.0
06 23.8
Alpha Car
06 24.0
BL ORI
06 25.5
06 27.8
06 28.8
ADS 5150
06 31.8
20 GEM
06 32.3
ADS 5188
06 34.3
CR GEM
06 34.4
ADS 5191
06 34.7
ADS 5201
06 35.1
ADS 5208
06 35.4
Struve 939
06 35.9
ADS 5221
06 36.2
Nu1 CMA
06 36.4
UU AUR
06 36.5
ADS 5240
06 36.9
ADS 5245
06 37.3
South 529
06 37.6
Innes 5
06 38.0
ADS 5265
06 38.4
Innes 1156
06 39.1
SAO 172106 06 39.5
06 41.2
VW GEM
06 42.2
Alpha CMA
06 45.1
∑948
06 46.2
06 48.2
Kappa CMA 06 49.8
14 LYN
06 53.1
GY MON
06 53.2
06 54.1
Omicron1 CMA 06 54.1
Theta CMA
06 54.2
06 54.6
∑997
06 56.1
BG MON
06 56.4
O. Struve (P) 8006 58.1
RV MON
06 58.4
Epsilon CMA 06 58.6
Sigma CMA 07 01.7
Omicron2 CMA 07 03.0
Dunlop 38
07 04.0
Zeta GEM
07 04.1
07 05.7
R GEM
07 07.4
07 08.1
Gamma VOL 07 08.8
Tau GEM
07 11.1
07 12.0
Struve 1037 07 12.8
Omega CMA 07 14.8
07 16.6
h 3948
07 18.7
55 Gem
07 20.1
Alpha Ori
U ORI
+07 02
+07 24
+20.2
+37 13
+45.9
-48 27
+02 30
+26.0
+48 42
+47.0
-6.3
+22.5
+36.2
-5.3
-30.1
-2.2
-18
+22.5
+04 36
-52 42
+14.7
+20 47
-07 02
+38.9
+17.8
+38.1
+16.1
+38.4
+37.1
+37.7
+05.3
+38.0
-18.7
+38.5
+38.2
+38.4
+12.2
-61.5
+38.8
-29.1
-30
+08 59
+31.5
-16.7
+59 27
+55 42
-32.5
+59.5
-4.6
-05 51
-24.2
-12
+13 11
-14 02
+07.1
+14.2
+06.2
-29
-27.9
-23.8
-43.6
+20.6
+52 45
+22.7
-11 55
-70.5
+30.2
+22 17
+27.2
-26.8
-23 19
-24 57
+21 59
8.8
0.5
5.3
2.6
4.3
7
6
7.5
6.1
10
4
3.3
6.9
9.5
3
6
2
2.9
4.3
-0.7
8.5
6.6
3.8
11.5
6.3
6.7
8.5
7.6
7.4
7.4
8.3
8.5
6
5.1
9.7
8.8
7.6
6.4
9.6
8
7.8
7.1
8.7
-1
4.9
5.5
4
5.7
9.4
7.1
3.9
4.1
4.7
5.3
9.2
7.3
7
1.5
3.5
3
5.6
3.7
6.9
6
6.4
4
4.4
8.2
7.2
3.9
4.5
4.4
3.5
19"
Stellar
*
3.5"
1°
2.7"
30"
*
8"
*
8°
*
11"
*
8.5°
*
*
*
13"
*
*
27"
3"
4.5"
20"
43"
*
3.5"
2.6"
6"
30"
1.3"
17.5"
*
2.2"
10"
70"
2.4"
4.6"
0.7"
2.5°
7"
*
9"
2"
5"
*
0.4"
*
1.3"
*
*
7"
2.8"
*
2'
*
7.5"
*
*
20.5"
*
4.1"
*
Stellar
13.6"
1.9"
4"
1.3"
*
27"
15"
6"
Ori
Ori
Ori
Aur
Aur
Pup
Ori
Gem
Aur
Aur
Mon
Gem
Aur
Mon
Cma
Mon
Cma
Gem
Mon
Car
Ori
Gem
Mon
Aur
Gem
Aur
Gem
Aur
Aur
Aur
Mon
Aur
Cma
Aur
Aur
Aur
Gem
Pic
Aur
Cma
Cma
Mon
Gem
Cma
Lyn
Lyn
Cma
Lyn
Mon
Mon
Cma
Cma
Gem
Cma
Mon
Gem
Mon
Cma
Cma
Cma
Pup
Gem
Lyn
Gem
CMa
Vol
Gem
Gem
Gem
Cma
CMa
CMa
Gem
double star equal magnitude
star
variable star
double star magnitude contrast
red variable star
double star equal magnitude
double star
variable star
double star
variable star
star
star
double star
variable star
star
variable star
star
star
colored double star
star
variable star
double star
triple star
double star
colored double star
double star
variable star
double star
double star
double star
double star
double star challenge
colored double star
variable star
double star
double star
double star
double star
double star
double star challenge
red variable star
double star
variable star
double star magnitude contrast
triple star challenge
double star equal magnitude
star
double star challenge
variable star
double star challenge
star
star
colored double star
double star magnitude contrast
variable star
asterism
variable star
double star
star
star
double star
variable star
double star equal magnitude
variable star
red variable star
double star
double star
double star equal magnitude
double star challenge
star
colored double star
triple star
double star magnitude contrast
27.
ST296
ST297
ST298
ST299
ST300
ST301
ST302
ST303
ST304
ST305
ST306
ST307
ST308
ST309
ST310
ST311
ST312
ST313
ST314
ST315
ST316
ST317
ST318
ST319
ST320
ST321
ST322
ST323
ST324
ST325
ST326
ST327
ST328
ST329
ST330
ST331
ST332
ST333
ST334
ST335
ST336
ST337
ST338
ST339
ST340
ST341
ST342
ST343
ST344
ST345
ST346
ST347
ST348
ST349
ST350
ST351
ST352
ST353
ST354
ST355
ST356
ST357
ST358
ST359
ST360
ST361
ST362
ST363
ST364
ST365
ST366
ST367
ST368
28.
19
Gamma
Sigma
∑1093
n
Castor
Upsilon
∑1121
K
Procyon
Kappa
2
∑1127
∑1149
U
Chi
Dunlop59
S-h86
Zeta
RT
RU
Epsilon
Gamma
Zeta
c
Beta
R
Kappa
AC
31
Beta
h4903
24
Phi
h4104
∆70
h4107
∑1245
Sigma
h4128
∑1254
Alpha
Delta
∑1270
Iota
Epsilon
∑1282
X
66
Rho
∑1311
Suhail
Sigma2
a
h4188
h4191
∑1321
g
RT
38
∑1338
Alpha
Kappa
∑1347
Kappa
∑1355
Alphard
Omega
Dunlop76
∑1360
Zeta
N
23
∑1062
Gamma CMI
Sigma PUP
Struve 1093
HN19, h269
Alpha GEM
Upsilon GEM
07 22.9
07 28.2
07 29.2
07 30.3
07 34.3
07 34.6
07 35.9
07 36.6
07 38.8
Alpha CMi
07 39.3
O∑179
07 44.4
∑1138
07 45.5
07 47.0
07 49.4
07 55.1
Chi CAR
07 56.8
Dunlop 59
07 59.2
S-h 86
08 02.5
Zeta PUP
08 03.6
RT PUP
08 05.4
RU PUP
08 07.5
Epsilon VOL 08 07.9
Gamma VEL 08 09.5
08 12.2
c CAR
08 15.3
Beta CNC
08 16.5
R CNC
08 16.6
Kappa VOL 08 19.8
AC PUP
08 22.7
31 LYN
08 22.8
Beta VOL
08 25.7
h4903
08 26.3
∑1224
08 26.7
∑1223
08 26.7
h4104
08 29.1
08 29.5
08 31.4
08 35.8
Sigma HYA
08 38.8
h4128
08 39.2
08 40.4
Alpha PYX
08 43.6
Delta VEL
08 44.7
ADS 6977
08 45.3
∑1268
08 46.7
08 46.8
08 50.8
X CNC
08 55.4
∑1298
09 01.4
Rho UMA
09 02.5
09 07.5
Lambda Vel 09 08.0
09 10.4
a CAR
09 11.0
h4188
09 12.5
09 14.4
09 14.9
g CAR
09 16.2
RT UMA
09 18.4
∑1334
09 18.8
09 21.0
Alpha LYN
09 21.1
Kappa VEL
09 22.1
09 23.3
Kappa LEO 09 24.7
09 27.3
Alpha Hya
09 27.6
Omega LEO 09 28.5
Dunlop 76
09 28.6
09 30.6
09 30.8
N VEL
09 31.2
∑1351
09 31.5
+55 17
+08.9
-43.3
+50.0
-23 28
+31.9
+26.9
-14 29
-26 48
+05 14
+24 23
-14 41
+64 03
+03 13
+22 00
-53
-50
+63.1
-40
-38.8
-22.9
-68.6
-47.3
+17 39
-62.9
+09.2
+11.7
-71.5
-15.9
+43.2
-66.1
-39.1
+24 32
+26 56
-47.9
-44 44
-39 04
+06 37
+03.3
-60.3
+19 40
-33.2
-54.7
-2.6
+28 46
+06 25
+35 03
+17.2
+32 15
+67.6
+22 59
-43 26
+67 08
-59
-43.6
-43 13
+52 42
-57.5
+51.4
+36 48
+38 11
+34.4
-55
+03 30
+26.2
+06 14
-08 40
+09.1
-45.5
+10 35
-31 53
-57
+63 03
5.6
4.3
3.3
8.8
5.1
2
4.1
7.9
3.8
0.4
3.7
6.1
7
7.9
8.2
3.5
6.5
6
2.3
8.5
8.9
4.4
1.9
4.7
5.3
3.5
6.1
5.4
8.9
4.3
3.8
6.5
7.1
6.3
5.5
5
6.4
6
4.4
6.9
6.4
3.7
2.1
6.4
4
3.4
7.5
5.6
5.9
4.8
6.9
2.2
4.8
3.4
6.7
5.2
8.1
4.3
8.6
3.9
6.6
3.1
2.5
7.2
4.5
7.5
2
5.9
7.8
8.3
5.8
3.1
3.8
15"
*
22"
0.8"
10"
1.8"
2.5°
7"
10"
Stellar
7"
17"
5"
22"
Stellar
4°
16"
49"
4°
*
*
6"
41"
0.6"
4"
*
*
65"
*
15°
6°
8"
6"
5"
3.6"
5"
4"
10"
*
1.4"
21"
*
2.6"
5"
30"
3"
4"
*
5"
1°
8"
Stellar
4"
50'
2.7"
6"
18"
5'
*
3"
1"
*
*
21"
2.1"
2.3"
Stellar
0.5"
61"
14"
8"
*
23"
Lyn
Cmi
Pup
Lyn
Pup
Gem
Gem
Pup
Pup
CMi
Gem
Pup
Cam
Cmi
Gem
Car
Pup
Cam
Pup
Pup
Pup
Vol
Vel
Cnc
Car
Cnc
Cnc
Vol
Pup
Lyn
Vol
Pup
Cnc
Cnc
Vel
Vel
Vel
Cnc
Hya
Car
Cnc
Pyx
Vel
Hya
Cnc
Hyd
Lyn
Cnc
Cnc
Uma
Cnc
Vel
Uma
Car
Vel
Vel
Uma
Car
Uma
Lyn
Lyn
Lyn
Vel
Hya
Leo
Hya
Hya
Leo
Vel
Leo
Ant
Vel
Uma
triple star
star
double star
double star challenge
double star equal magnitude
double star challenge
red variable star
double star equal magnitude
double star equal magnitude
star
double star magnitude contrast
double star equal magnitude
triple star
double star
variable star
star
double star
double star
star
variable star
variable star
double star
double star
triple star challenge
double star
star
variable star
double star
variable star
star
star
double star
double star
double star equal magnitude
double star
double star
triple star
double star
star
double star challenge
quadruple star
star
double star
double star
colored double star
double star magnitude contrast
double star equal magnitude
variable star
double star
star
double star equal magnitude
star
double star magnitude contrast
star
double star
double star magnitude contrast
double star equal magnitude
star
variable star
double star challenge
double star challenge
star
star
double star
triple star
double star equal magnitude
star
double star challenge
double star
double star equal magnitude
double star
star
double star magnitude contrast
ST369
ST370
ST371
ST372
ST373
ST374
ST375
ST376
ST377
ST378
ST379
ST380
ST381
ST382
ST383
ST384
ST385
ST386
ST387
ST388
ST389
ST390
ST391
ST392
ST393
ST394
ST395
ST396
ST397
ST398
ST399
ST400
ST401
ST402
ST403
ST404
ST405
ST406
ST407
ST408
ST409
ST410
ST411
ST412
ST413
ST414
ST415
ST416
ST417
ST418
ST419
ST420
ST421
ST422
ST423
ST424
ST425
ST426
ST427
ST428
ST429
ST430
ST431
ST432
ST433
ST434
ST435
ST436
ST437
ST438
ST439
ST440
ST441
Lambda
R
∑1369
Iota
Upsilon
R
W
Y
Mu
h4262
Regulus
S
ADS7704
Zeta
q
h4306
Algieba
Mu
Mu
Alpha
45
Delta
p
Rho
49
U
Gamma
U
Dunlop95
35
R
VY
Delta
40
Nu
54
SAO251342
Xi
Nu
∑1529
h4432
Iota
83
Tau
Lambda
88
N
Innes78
∑1552
Nu
Denebola
Beta
O∑112
65
Epsilon
∑1593
Zeta
Delta
∑1604
Epsilon
Rumker14
Delta
2
Epsilon
∑1627
R
∑1633
Epsilon
M40
17
∑1639
S
SS
Lambda LEO
R CAR
Struve 1369
Iota HYA
Upsilon CAR
W SEX
Y HYA
Mu LEO
ADS 7571
Alpha Leo
S CAR
ADS 7704
Zeta LEO
q CAR
h4306
Gamma LEO
Mu UMA
Mu HYA
Alpha ANT
45 LEO
HN 50
p CAR
Rho LEO
U ANT
Gamma CHA
U HYA
Dunlop 95
∑1466
R UMA
VY UMA
Delta CHA
∑1476
Nu HYA
54 LEO
SAO 251342
Xi UMA
Nu UMA
h4432
Iota LEO
∑1540
Tau LEO
Lambda DRA
∑1547
Innes 78
∑1552
Nu VIR
Beta Leo
Beta HYA
O.Struve 112
∑1579
Epsilon CHA
Zeta COM
Delta CEN
Epsilon CRV
Rumker 14
Delta CRU
2 CVN
Epsilon MUS
R CRV
Epsilon CRU
Winnecke 4
17 VIR
Struve 1639
S CEN
09 31.7
09 32.2
09 35.4
09 39.9
09 47.1
09 47.6
09 51.0
09 51.1
09 52.8
09 54.5
10 08.4
10 09.4
10 16.3
10 16.7
10 17.1
10 19.1
10 20.0
10 22.3
10 26.1
10 27.2
10 27.6
10 29.6
10 32.0
10 32.8
10 35.0
10 35.2
10 35.5
10 37.6
10 39.3
10 43.4
10 44.6
10 45.1
10 45.8
10 49.3
10 49.6
10 55.6
11 17.5
11 18.2
11 18.5
11 19.4
11 23.4
11 23.9
11 26.8
11 27.9
11 31.4
11 31.8
11 32.3
11 33.6
11 34.7
11 45.9
11 49.1
11 52.9
11 54.6
11 55.1
11 59.6
12 03.5
12 04.3
12 08.4
12 09.5
12 10.1
12 14.0
12 15.1
12 16.1
12 17.6
12 18.1
12 19.6
12 20.6
12 21.4
12 22.4
12 22.5
12 24.4
12 24.6
12 25.3
+23.0
-62.8
+40.0
-1.1
-65.1
+11 26
-2
-23
+26.0
-12.9
+11 58
-61.6
+17.7
+23.4
-61.3
-64.7
+19.8
+41.5
-16.8
-31.1
+09.8
-30 36
-61.7
+09.3
+08 39
-39.6
-78.6
-13.4
-55.6
+04 44
+68.8
+67.4
-80.5
-04 01
-16.2
+24.8
-63.5
+31.5
+33.1
-01 38
-65
+10.5
+03 00
+02.9
+69.3
+14 21
-29 16
-40.6
+16 48
+06.5
+14 34
-33.9
+19.4
+46 29
-78.2
-02 26
+21.5
-50.7
-11 51
-22.6
-45.7
-58.7
+40.7
-68
-03 56
-19.3
+27 03
-60.4
+58 05
+05.3
+25.6
-49.4
+00 48
4.3
3.8
6.5
3.9
3.1
4.4
9
8.3
3.9
8.7
1.4
4.5
7.2
3.4
3.4
5.6
2.5
3
3.8
4.3
6
5.7
3.3
3.9
5.7
8.1
4.1
7
4.3
6.3
7.5
5.9
4.5
6.9
3.1
4.5
7
4.5
3.5
7
5.1
4
6.2
5.5
3.8
6.4
5.8
6
6
4
2.1
4.7
8.4
6.7
5.4
8.7
6
2.6
6.6
3
5.6
2.8
6
4.1
6.6
6.7
6.3
3.6
9
6.5
6.8
9.2
6
*
*
25"
*
5"
Stellar
*
*
*
8"
Stellar
*
1.4"
5.5'
*
2.1"
4.4"
*
*
*
3.8"
11"
*
*
2"
*
*
*
52"
7"
*
*
4.5'
2.5"
*
6.8"
7"
1.3"
7"
10"
2.3"
1.3"
29"
1.5'
20'
16"
9"
1"
3"
*
Stellar
0.9"
73"
4"
0.9"
1.3"
3.6"
4.5'
10"
*
2.9"
*
11.5"
*
20"
*
9"
*
50"
21"
1.6"
*
Stellar
Leo
Car
Lyn
Hya
Car
Leo
Sex
Hya
Leo
Hya
Leo
Car
Leo
Leo
Car
Car
Leo
Uma
Hya
Ant
Leo
Ant
Car
Leo
Leo
Ant
Cha
Hya
Vel
Sex
Uma
Uma
Cha
Sex
Hya
Leo
Car
Uma
Uma
Leo
Mus
Leo
Leo
Leo
Dra
Leo
Hyd
Cen
Leo
Vir
Leo
Hya
Leo
Uma
Cha
Vir
Com
Cen
Crv
Crv
Cen
Cru
Cvn
Mus
Vir
Crv
Com
Cru
UMa
Vir
Com
Cen
Vir
star
variable star
double star
star
double star
red variable star
variable star
variable star
star
double star
star
variable star
double star challenge
double star
star
double star
double star
star
star
star
double star
double star magnitude contrast
star
star
double star challenge
variable star
star
variable star
double star
double star
variable star
variable star
double star
double star
star
double star
double star magnitude contrast
double star challenge
double star
double star
double star
double star challenge
triple star
double star
red variable star
double star
double star equal magnitude
double star challenge
triple star
star
star
colored double star
double star
double star
colored double star
double star challenge
double star
double star
triple star
star
double star
star
colored double star
red variable star
double star equal magnitude
variable star
double star equal magnitude
star
double star
double star
double star challenge
variable star
red variable star
29.
ST442
ST443
ST444
ST445
ST446
ST447
ST448
ST449
ST450
ST451
ST452
ST453
ST454
ST455
ST456
ST457
ST458
ST459
ST460
ST461
ST462
ST463
ST464
ST465
ST466
ST467
ST468
ST469
ST470
ST471
ST472
ST473
ST474
ST475
ST476
ST477
ST478
ST479
ST480
ST481
ST482
ST483
ST484
ST485
ST486
ST487
ST488
ST489
ST490
ST491
ST492
ST493
ST494
ST495
ST496
ST497
ST498
ST499
ST500
ST501
ST502
ST503
ST504
ST505
ST506
ST507
ST508
ST509
ST510
ST511
ST512
ST513
ST514
30.
Acrux
3C273
Algorab
Gamma
∑1649
24
Alpha
ADS8612
∑1669
Gamma
Porrima
Y
Iota
Beta
Mimosa
32
35
Mu
Delta
Cor Caroli
RY
∑1699
Delta
Theta
Theta
Alpha
54
J
Zeta
Spica
O∑∑123
R
∑1755
S
25
∑1763
Epsilon
1
Dunlop141
T
Alkaid
∑1785
2
Upsilon
3
Zeta
Beta
Pi
Kappa
Kappa
∑1819
Arcturus
Iota
R
∑1834
∑1833
Dunlop159
∑1835
SHJ 179
5
Proxima
Rho
h4690
Alpha
Pi
pi
Zeta
Alpha
q
Alpha
c1
Epsilon
Dunlop
Alpha CRU
3C 273
Delta CRV
Gamma CRU
Struve 1649
Alpha MUS
ADS 8612
Gamma CEN
Gamma VIR
Iota CRU
Beta MUS
Beta CRU
∑1694
∑1687
Mu CRU
Delta VIR
Alpha CVN
RY DRA
Delta MUS
Theta MUS
51 Vir, ∑1724
J CEN
Mizar
Alpha VIR
Struve 1755
S VIR
25 CVN
Struve 1763
Epsilon CEN
∑1772
Dunlop 141
T CEN
Eta UMA
Struve 1785
2 CEN
Upsilon BOO
3 CEN
Zeta CEN
Beta CEN
Pi HYA
Kappa VIR
Alpha Boo
Iota BOO
R CEN
Struve 1834
Dunlop 159
5 UMI
Proxima CEN
Rho BOO
Rigil Kentaurus
Pi BOO
∑1864
Alpha LUP
q CEN
Alpha CIR
c1 CEN
Izar
Dunlop 169
12 26.6
12 29.1
12 29.9
12 31.2
12 31.6
12 35.1
12 37.2
12 37.7
12 41.3
12 41.5
12 41.7
12 45.1
12 45.6
12 46.3
12 47.7
12 49.2
12 53.3
12 54.6
12 55.6
12 56.0
12 56.4
12 58.7
13 02.3
13 08.1
13 09.9
13 10.0
13 13.4
13 22.6
13 23.9
13 25.2
13 27.1
13 29.7
13 32.3
13 33.0
13 37.5
13 37.6
13 39.9
13 40.7
13 41.7
13 41.8
13 47.5
13 49.1
13 49.4
13 49.5
13 51.8
13 55.5
14 03.8
14 06.4
14 12.9
14 13.5
14 15.3
14 15.7
14 16.2
14 16.6
14 20.3
14 22.6
14 22.6
14 23.4
14 25.5
14 27.5
14 29.9
14 31.8
14 37.3
14 39.6
14 40.7
14 40.7
14 41.1
14 41.9
14 42.0
14 42.5
14 43.7
14 45.0
14 45.2
-63.1
+02.0
-16.5
-57.1
-11.1
+18 23
-69.1
-27.1
-13 01
-49
-1.4
+45 26
-61
-68.1
-59.7
+83 25
+21 14
-57.2
+03.4
+38.3
+66.0
+27 28
-71.5
-65.3
-05 32
+17 32
-18 50
-61
+54 56
-11.2
+64 43
-23 17
+36.8
-7.2
+36.3
-7.9
-53.5
+19 57
-54.6
-33.6
+49.3
+27.0
-34.5
+15.8
-33
-47.3
-60.4
-26.7
-10.3
+51 47
+03 08
+19 11
+51.4
-59.9
+48.5
-07 46
-58.5
+08 26
-19 58
+75.7
-62.7
+30.4
-46 08
-60 50
+16.4
+16 25
+13 44
-47.4
-37.8
-65
-35.2
+27 04
-55.6
1
12.8
3
1.6
8
5
2.7
5.5
5.3
2.2
3.5
7.4
4.7
3.7
1.3
5.3
5.1
4.3
3.4
3
6.8
8.8
3.6
5.7
4.4
5
6.8
4.7
2.3
1
6.7
4
7
6
5
7.9
2.3
5.7
5.3
5.5
1.9
7.6
4.2
4.1
4.5
2.6
0.6
3.3
4.2
4.4
7.8
0
4.9
5.3
8.1
7.6
5
5.1
6.4
4.3
10.7
3.6
5.4
0
5
4.9
3.8
2.3
4
3.2
4
2.4
6.2
4.4"
*
24"
110"
15"
20"
*
1.3"
5"
1"
3"
Stellar
27"
1.4"
*
22"
29"
35"
*
19"
*
1.5"
8'
5.3"
7"
0.5"
5"
1'
14"
*
69"
Stellar
4.4"
*
1.8"
2.8"
*
5"
5.3"
*
*
3.4"
*
*
8"
5°
*
*
*
13"
0.8"
Stellar
39"
*
1.3"
6"
9"
6"
35"
*
*
*
19"
20"
5.6"
6"
1"
*
*
16"
17'
3"
68"
Cru
Vir
Crv
Cru
Vir
CVn
Mus
Hya
Crv
Cen
Vir
CVn
Cru
Mus
Cru
Cam
Com
Cru
Vir
Cvn
Dra
Com
Mus
Mus
Vir
Com
Vir
Cen
Uma
Vir
Dra
Hyd
Cvn
Vir
Cvn
Vir
Cen
Boo
Cen
Cen
Uma
Boo
Cen
Boo
Cen
Cen
Cen
Hya
Vir
Boo
Vir
Boo
Boo
Cen
Boo
Vir
Cen
Boo
Lib
Umi
Cen
Boo
Lup
Cen
Boo
Boo
Boo
Lup
Cen
Cir
Cen
Boo
Cir
double star
asterism
double star
double star
double star
colored double star
star
double star challenge
double star equal magnitude
double star challenge
double star
red variable star
double star
double star challenge
star
double star equal magnitude
double star magnitude contrast
double star
red variable star
double star
variable star
double star challenge
star
double star
triple star challenge
double star challenge
double star
double star
double star
star
colored double star
variable star
double star
variable star
double star magnitude contrast
double star
star
double star magnitude contrast
double star
variable star
star
double star
star
star
double star
star
star
star
star
colored double star
double star challenge
star
double star
variable star
double star challenge
double star equal magnitude
colored double star
double star
double star
star
variable star
star
double star magnitude contrast
double star
double star
double star
double star challenge
star
star
double star
star
colored double star
double star
ST515
ST516
ST517
ST518
ST519
ST520
ST521
ST522
ST523
ST524
ST525
ST526
ST527
ST528
ST529
ST530
ST531
ST532
ST533
ST534
ST535
ST536
ST537
ST538
ST539
ST540
ST541
ST542
ST543
ST544
ST545
ST546
ST547
ST548
ST549
ST550
ST551
ST552
ST553
ST554
ST555
ST556
ST557
ST558
ST559
ST560
ST561
ST562
ST563
ST564
ST565
ST566
ST567
ST568
ST569
ST570
ST571
ST572
ST573
ST574
ST575
ST576
ST577
ST578
ST579
ST580
ST581
ST582
ST583
ST584
ST585
ST586
ST587
54
Alpha
∑1883
Mu
39
58
Kochab
Zubenelgenubi
Xi
h4715
33
Beta
Pi
44
Sigma
Dunlop178
Kappa
X
∑1932
Mu
∑1931
S
Phi1
Eta
Mu
Edasich
Pi
Lal123
Delta
Gamma
h4788
Upsilon
Omega
∑1962
Tau
Zeta
Gamma
Alpha
R
Kappa
R
Xi
Rho
Epsilon
Pi
T
Eta
Delta
Xi
Graffias
Omega1
Kappa
Nu
Delta
Sigma
Delta
Sigma
Rho
V
Epsilon
Iota
∑2052
Antares
Lambda
R
16
H
Zeta
SU
Zeta
Alpha
Eta
Epsilon
H 97
Alpha APS
14 46.0
14 47.9
14 48.9
14 49.3
14 49.7
58 HYA
14 50.3
Beta UMI
14 50.7
Alpha LIB
14 50.9
37 Boo
14 51.4
h4715
14 56.5
H 28
14 57.3
Beta LUP
14 58.5
Pi OCT
15 01.8
15 03.8
Sigma LIB
15 04.1
Dunlop 178 15 11.6
Kappa LUP 15 11.9
X TRA
15 14.3
15 18.3
Mu LUP
15 18.5
15 18.7
S CRB
15 21.4
Phi1 LUP
15 21.8
15 23.2
15 24.5
Iota DRA
15 24.9
∑1972
15 29.2
15 33.1
Delta SER
15 34.8
Gamma LUP 15 35.1
h4788
15 35.9
Upsilon LIB 15 37.0
Omega LUP 15 38.1
15 38.7
Tau LIB
15 38.7
Zeta CRB
15 39.4
Gamma CRB 15 42.7
Alpha SER
15 44.3
15 48.6
Kappa SER 15 48.7
R SER
15 50.7
15 56.9
Rho SCO
15 56.9
Epsilon CRB 15 57.6
Pi SCO
15 58.9
15 59.5
Rmk 21
16 00.1
Delta SCO
16 00.3
16 04.4
Beta SCO
16 05.4
Omega1 SCO 16 06.8
16 08.1
16 12.0
Delta OPH
16 14.3
∑2032, 17 CrB
Delta APS
16 20.3
H 121
16 21.2
Rho OPH
16 25.6
V OPH
16 26.7
Epsilon NOR 16 27.2
Iota TRA
16 28.0
Struve 2052 16 28.9
Alpha SCO
16 29.4
Lambda OPH 16 30.9
R DRA
16 32.7
16 36.2
H SCO
16 36.4
Zeta OPH
16 37.2
SU SCO
16 40.6
Zeta HER
16 41.3
Alpha TRA
16 48.7
Eta ARA
16 49.8
Epsilon SCO 16 50.2
-25 26
-79
+05 57
-14 09
+48 43
-28
+74.2
-16
+19 06
-47.9
-21 22
-43.1
-83.2
+47 39
-25.3
-45.3
-48.7
-70.1
+26 50
-47.9
+10 26
+31.4
-36.3
+30 17
+37 23
+59.0
+80 26
-24 29
+10.5
-41.2
-45
-28.1
-42.6
-08 47
-29.8
+36.6
+26.3
+06.4
+28 09
+18.1
+15.1
-33 58
-29.2
+26.9
-26.1
+25 55
-38 24
-22.6
-11 22
-19.8
-20.7
+17 03
-19 28
-3.7
16 14.7
-78.7
-25 35
-23.5
-12.4
-47.6
-64.1
+18.4
-26.4
+02.0
+66.8
+52 55
-35.3
-10.6
-32.4
+31.6
-69
-59
-34.3
5.2
3.8
7.6
5.4
5.7
4.4
2.1
2.8
4.6
6
5.9
2.6
5.7
4.8
3.2
6.7
3.9
8.1
6.6
5.1
7
5.8
3.6
5.6
4.3
3.3
6.9
7.5
4
2.8
4.7
3.6
4.3
5.8
3.7
5
4.2
2.7
5.7
4.1
5.2
5.2
3.9
4.2
2.9
2
3.6
2.3
4.2
2.5
4
5
4
2.7
+33 52
4.7
2.9
5.3
7.3
4.8
5.3
7.7
1
4.2
6.7
5.1
4.2
2.6
8
3
1.9
3.8
2.3
8"
10°
0.7"
2"
3"
*
*
4'
7"
2.4"
23"
*
18'
1.5"
*
32"
27"
*
1.5"
1.2"
13"
*
50'
1.0"
2"
*
31"
9"
3.9"
*
2.2"
3"
*
12"
2°
6.3"
0.3"
*
Stellar
*
*
10"
*
*
*
Stellar
15"
*
1"
*
14'
28"
1"
*
5.2
*
20"
3.1"
*
23"
20"
1.7"
3"
1.4"
*
3"
*
*
*
1.4"
*
*
*
Hya
Aps
Vir
Lib
Boo
Hya
Umi
Lib
Boo
Lup
Lib
Lup
Oct
Boo
Lib
Lup
Lup
Tra
CrB
Lup
Ser
Crb
Lup
CrB
Boo
Dra
Umi
Lib
Ser
Lup
Lup
Lib
Lup
Lib
Lib
Crb
Crb
Ser
CrB
Ser
Ser
Lup
Sco
Crb
Sco
CrB
Lup
Sco
Sco
Sco
Sco
Her
Sco
Oph
7"
Aps
Sco
Oph
Oph
Nor
Tra
Her
Sco
Oph
Dra
Dra
Sco
Oph
Sco
Her
Tra
Ara
Sco
double star
star
double star challenge
double star challenge
double star
star
star
double star
colored double star
double star
double star
star
double star
double star challenge
red variable star
double star
double star
variable star
double star challenge
double star challenge
double star
variable star
star
double star challenge
triple star
star
double star
double star equal magnitude
double star
star
double star
colored double star
red variable star
double star equal magnitude
star
double star
double star challenge
star
variable star
red variable star
variable star
double star
star
star
star
variable star
double star magnitude contrast
star
triple star challenge
star
star
colored double star
quadruple star
star
CrB double star
double star
double star magnitude contrast
double star
variable star
double star
double star
double star
double star challenge
double star challenge
variable star
triple star
star
star
variable star
colored double star
star
star
star
31.
ST588
ST589
ST590
ST591
ST592
ST593
ST594
ST595
ST596
ST597
ST598
ST599
ST600
ST601
ST602
ST603
ST604
ST605
ST606
ST607
ST608
ST609
ST610
ST611
ST612
ST613
ST614
ST615
ST616
ST617
ST618
ST619
ST620
ST621
ST622
ST623
ST624
ST625
ST626
ST627
ST628
ST629
ST630
ST631
ST632
ST633
ST634
ST635
ST636
ST637
ST638
ST639
ST640
ST641
ST642
ST643
ST644
ST645
ST646
ST647
ST648
ST649
ST650
ST651
ST652
ST653
ST654
ST655
ST656
ST657
ST658
ST659
ST660
32.
Mu
20
RR
Kappa
Zeta
Epsilon1
Mu
Eta
Rasalgethi
Delta
Pi
36
39
Theta
Rho
Beta
Gamma
Sigma
h4949
∑2173
Lambda
Upsilon
Alpha
Nu
Shaula
Rasalhague
Iota
Psi
Kappa
V
Beta
61
SZ
SX
G
Y
Xi
Gamma
Barnards Star
h5003
∑2038
95
Tau
70
Theta
100
W
Eta
Kappa
Delta
∑2306
Xi
39
21
Alpha
59
Lambda
SS
Delta
T
Kappa
∑2348
Alpha
O∑359
O∑358
Vega
X
HK
∑2398
Epsilon
Zeta
∑2375
5
Mu SCO
20 DRA
RR SCO
Kappa OPH
Zeta ARA
Epsilon1 ARA
16 52.3
16 56.4
16 56.6
16 57.7
16 58.6
16 59.6
17 05.3
Eta OPH
17 10.4
Alpha HER
17 14.6
17 15.0
Pi HER
17 15.0
17 15.3
17 18.0
Theta OPH
17 22.0
∑2161, 75 Her17 23.7
Beta ARA
17 25.3
Gamma ARA 17 25.4
Sigma OPH 17 26.5
h4949
17 26.9
17 30.4
Lambda HER 17 30.7
Upsilon SCO 17 30.8
Alpha ARA
17 31.8
17 32.2
Lambda SCO 17 33.6
Alpha Oph
17 34.9
Iota HER
17 39.5
∑2241
17 41.9
Kappa SCO 17 42.5
V PAV
17 43.3
Beta OPH
17 43.5
∑2202
17 44.6
SZ SGR
17 45.0
SX SCO
17 47.5
G SCO
17 49.9
Y OPH
17 52.6
Xi DRA
17 53.5
Gamma DRA 17 56.6
17 57.8
17 59.1
Struve 2038 18 00.0
18 01.5
Tau OPH
18 03.1
∑2276
18 05.5
Theta ARA
18 06.6
∑2280
18 07.8
W LYR
18 14.9
Eta SGR
18 17.6
Kappa LYR
18 19.9
Delta SGR
18 21.0
18 22.2
Xi PAV
18 23.2
∑2323
18 24.0
21 SGR
18 25.3
Alpha TEL
18 27.0
18 27.2
Lambda SGR 18 28.0
SS SGR
18 30.4
Delta TEL
18 31.8
T LYR
18 32.3
∆222
18 33.4
18 33.9
Alpha SCT
18 35.2
18 35.5
ADS 11483
18 35.9
Alpha Lyr
18 36.9
X OPH
18 38.3
HK LYR
18 42.8
Struve 2398 18 43.0
Double-Double,
18 44.8
18 45.5
∑2379
18 46.5
-38
+65.0
-30.6
+09.4
-56
-53.2
+54 28
-15.7
+14.4
+24 50
+36.8
-26 36
-24 17
-25
+37 09
-55.5
-56.4
+04.1
-45.9
-01 04
+26.1
-37.3
-49.9
+55 11
-37.1
+12 34
+46.0
+72 09
-39
-57.7
+04.6
+02 34
-18.6
-35.7
-37
-6.2
+56.9
+51.5
+04 34
-30 15
+80.0
+21 36
-8.2
+02 30
-50.1
+26 06
+36.7
-36.8
+36.1
-29.8
-15 05
-61.5
+58 48
-20.5
-46
+00 12
-25.4
-16.9
-45.9
+37.0
-38 44
+52 18
-8.2
+23 36
+17.0
+38 47
+08.8
+37.0
+59.6
18 44.3
+37 36
+05 30
-00 58
3
7.1
5.1
3.2
3.1
4.1
4.9
2.4
3
3.2
3.2
4.3
5.2
3.3
4.2
2.9
3.3
4.3
6
6
4.4
2.7
3
4.9
1.6
2.1
3.8
4.9
2.4
5.7
2.8
6.2
9
8.5
3.2
6
3.8
2.2
9.5
5
5.7
4.3
5.2
4
3.7
5.9
7.3
3.1
4.3
2.7
7.9
4.4
4.9
4.9
3.5
5.2
2.8
9
5
7.8
5.9
6
3.9
6.3
6.8
0
5.9
9.5
8
+39 40
4.4
6.2
5.8
*
1.4"
*
75'
*
40'
2"
0.6"
4.6"
10"
7°
5"
10"
*
4"
*
*
4°
2.2"
1.1"
*
*
*
62"
35'
*
*
30"
2.5°
*
*
21"
*
*
2°
*
*
*
Stellar
6"
20"
6"
1.8"
1.5"
*
14"
*
*
*
*
10"
*
4"
1.8"
6'
4"
*
*
11'
*
21"
26"
*
0.7"
1.6"
Stellar
*
*
13"
4.7
44"
2"
13"
Sco
Dra
Sco
Oph
Ara
Ara
Dra
Oph
Her
Her
Her
Oph
Oph
Oph
Her
Ara
Ara
Oph
Ara
Oph
Her
Sco
Ara
Dra
Sco
Oph
Her
Dra
Sco
Pav
Oph
Oph
Sgr
Sco
Sco
Oph
Dra
Dra
Oph
Sgr
Dra
Her
Oph
Oph
Ara
Her
Lyr
Sgr
Lyr
Sgr
Sct
Pav
Dra
Sgr
Tel
Ser
Sgr
Sgr
Tel
Lyr
CrA
Dra
Sct
Her
Her
Lyr
Oph
Lyr
Dra
2"
Lyr
Ser
Aql
star
double star challenge
variable star
star
star
star
double star equal magnitude
double star challenge
double star equal magnitude
double star magnitude contrast
star
double star equal magnitude
colored double star
star
double star
star
star
star
double star
double star challenge
star
star
star
double star equal magnitude
star
star
star
double star
star
variable star
star
double star equal magnitude
variable star
variable star
star
variable star
star
star
star
colored double star
double star equal magnitude
double star equal magnitude
double star challenge
double star challenge
star
double star equal magnitude
variable star
star
star
star
double star
star
triple star
double star challenge
star
colored double star
star
variable star
double star
red variable star
double star equal magnitude
double star
star
double star challenge
double star challenge
star
variable star
variable star
double star
Lyr quadruple star
double star
double star equal magnitude
triple star
ST661 R
ST662 Beta
ST663 S
ST664 ∑2404
ST665 Omicron
ST666 Delta2
ST667 O∑525
ST668 Sigma
ST669 13
ST670 Theta
ST671 ADS11871
ST672 ∑2422
ST673 UV
ST674 ∑2426
ST675 BrsO14
ST676 h5082
ST677 V
ST678 15
ST679 Gamma
ST680 R
ST681 ∑2449
ST682 ∑2474
ST683 ∑2486
ST684 O∑178
ST685 Tau
ST686 RY
ST687 U
ST688 V1942
ST689 UX
ST690 RR
ST691 ∑2525
ST692 h5114
ST693 Alpha
ST694 Albireo
ST695 Mu
ST696 AQ
ST697 R
ST698 HN84
ST699 54
ST700 TT
ST701 16
ST702 Delta
contrast
ST703 O∑∑191
ST704 Gamma
ST705 17
ST706 Delta
ST707 Epsilon
ST708 Pi
ST709 Zeta
ST710 Chi
ST711 Altair
ST712 Eta
ST713 57
ST714 Beta
ST715 Psi
ST716 RR
ST717 RU
ST718 Gamma
ST719 BF
ST720 h1470
ST721 X
ST722 WZ
ST723 Kappa
ST724 Theta
ST725 RY
ST726 FG
ST727 ∑2644
ST728 RS
ST729 ∑2658
ST730 Omicron1
ST731 RT
ST732 Alpha
18 47.5
18 50.0
S SCT
18 50.3
18 50.8
∑2420
18 51.2
Delta2 LYR
18 54.5
18 54.9
Sigma SGR 18 55.3
13 LYR
18 55.3
∑2417, 63 Ser18 56.3
ADS 11871
18 57.0
Struve 2422 18 57.1
UV AQL
18 58.6
19 00.0
19 01.1
19 03.1
19 04.4
19 05.0
19 06.4
19 06.4
19 06.4
19 09.1
19 12.1
O.Struve 178 19 15.3
Tau DRA
19 15.5
RY SGR
19 16.5
19 18.8
V1942 SGR 19 19.2
19 21.6
19 25.5
Struve 2525 19 26.6
h5114
19 27.8
Alpha VUL
19 28.7
Beta CYG
19 30.7
Mu AQL
19 34.1
AQ SGR
19 34.3
R CYG
19 36.8
19 39.4
54 SGR
19 40.7
TT CYG
19 40.9
19 41.8
∑2579, 18 Cyg
-05 42
+33 24
-7.9
+10 59
+59 22
+36.9
+33 58
-26.3
+43.9
+04 11
+32.9
+26.1
+14.4
+12 53
-37 03
-19 14
-05 41
-04 02
-37 00
+08 14
+07 09
+34 35
+49 51
+15.1
+73.4
-33.5
+19 37
-15.9
+76 34
+42 47
+27.3
-54.3
+24.7
+28.0
+07.4
-16.4
+50.2
+16 34
-16.3
+32.6
+50 32
19 45.0
4.5
3.5
6.8
6.9
4.9
4.5
6
2
3.9
4.1
5.4
8
8.6
7.1
6.6
6
6.6
5.4
5
5.5
7.2
6.5
6.6
5.7
4.5
6
6.6
6.4
5.9
7.1
8.1
5.7
4.4
3
4.5
9.1
6.1
6.4
5.4
7.8
6
+45 08
Stellar
47"
14.3"
4"
35"
*
45"
*
4..
22"
1"
0.7"
*
17"
13"
7"
Stellar
38"
3"
Stellar
8"
16"
8"
90"
*
*
Stellar
*
Stellar
Stellar
2"
70"
*
35"
*
*
*
28"
38"
*
39"
2.9
Sct
Lyr
Sct
Aql
Dra
Cyg
Lyr
Sgr
Lyr
Ser
Lyr
Lyr
Aql
Aql
Cra
Sgr
Aql
Aql
Aql
Aql
Aql
Lyr
Cyg
Aql
Dra
Sgr
Sge
Sgr
Dra
Lyr
Vul
Tel
Vul
Cyg
Aql
Sgr
Cyg
Sge
Sgr
Cyg
Cyg
2"
variable star
double star magnitude contrast
double star
double star
double star
star
colored double star
star
star
double star
double star challenge
double star challenge
variable star
colored double star
double star equal magnitude
triple star
red variable star
colored double star
double star equal magnitude
red variable star
double star
double star
double star equal magnitude
double star
star
variable star
variable star
variable star
red variable star
variable star
double star
double star
star
colored double star
star
variable star
variable star
colored double star
double star
variable star
double star equal magnitude
Cyg double star magnitude
H V 137
Gamma AQL
∑2580
Delta SGE
+35 01
+10.6
+33 44
+18.5
+70 16
+11.8
+19 09
+32 55
+08 52
+01.0
-08 14
+06.4
+52 26
-29.2
-41.9
+19.5
+21.1
+38 19
+20.7
+17.7
+77 43
+20 55
+36.0
+20.3
+00 52
+38.7
+53 07
+46.7
-21.3
-12.5
6
2.7
5
3.8
3.8
6.1
5
3.3
0.8
3.4
5.7
3.7
4.9
5.4
6
3.5
8.5
7.6
7
7
4.4
6.4
8.5
9.5
6.8
6.5
7.1
3.8
8.9
4.2
39"
*
26"
*
3"
1.4"
9"
Stellar
*
*
36"
13"
3"
*
*
*
*
29"
*
*
7"
12"
*
*
3"
*
5"
*
*
44"
Cyg
Aql
Cyg
Sge
Dra
Aql
Sge
Cyg
Aql
Aql
Aql
Aql
Cyg
Sgr
Sgr
Sge
Sge
Cyg
Sge
Sge
Cep
Sge
Cyg
Sge
Aql
Cyg
Cyg
Cyg
Cap
Cap
colored double star
star
double star magnitude contrast
star
double star magnitude contrast
double star challenge
double star
variable star
star
variable star
double star
double star
double star magnitude contrast
variable star
variable star
star
variable star
colored double star
variable star
variable star
double star magnitude contrast
triple star
variable star
planetary nebula irregular
double star equal magnitude
variable star
double star
star
variable star
star
19 45.9
19 46.3
19 46.4
19 47.4
19 48.2
Pi AQL
19 48.7
19 49.0
19 50.6
Alpha Aql
19 50.8
Eta AQL
19 52.5
19 54.6
Beta AQL
19 55.3
19 55.6
RR SGR
19 55.9
RU SGR
19 58.7
Gamma SGE 19 58.8
BF SGE
20 02.4
20 03.6
X SGE
20 05.1
WZ SGE
20 07.6
∑2675
20 08.9
∑2637
20 09.9
RY CYG
20 10.4
FG SGE
20 11.9
20 12.6
RS CYG
20 13.4
20 13.6
Omicron1 CYG 20 13.6
RT CAP
20 17.1
Alpha CAP
20 17.6
33.
ST733 RT
ST734 P
ST735 Alpha
ST736 ∑2671
ST737 U
ST738 Beta
ST739 39
ST740 Peacock
ST741 pi
ST742 Omicron
ST743 49
ST744 V
ST745 Deneb
ST746 52
ST747 Gamma
ST748 Lambda
ST749 3
ST750 S763
ST751 4
ST752 Omega
ST753 Epsilon
ST754 ∑2751
ST755 2
ST756 Dunlop236
ST757 Lambda
ST758 12
ST759 Xi
ST760 61
ST761 24
ST762 T
ST763 Gamma
ST764 ∑2780
ST765 Delta
ST766 Theta
ST767 RY
ST768 Y
ST769 Beta
ST770 S
ST771 ∑2816
ST772 V460
ST773 SS
ST774 RV
ST775 Mu
ST776 Epsilon
ST777 Lambda
ST778 AG
ST779 ∑2840
ST780 ∑2841
ST781 RX
ST782 ∑2873
ST783 Eta
ST784 29
ST785 Xi
17 Cep, ∑2863
ST786 O∑461
ST787 Lambda
ST788 Al Nair
ST789 ∑2883
ST790 Zeta
ST791 h1746
ST792 41
ST793 1
ST794 Alpha
ST795 ∑2894
ST796 Pi
ST797 S
ST798 53
ST799 Delta
ST800 Kruger60
ST801 Zeta
ST802 Delta
ST803 5
ST804 Delta2
34.
RT SGR
U CYG
Beta CAP
39 CYG
Alpha PAV
SHJ 324
∑2716
V CYG
Alpha Cyg
52 CYG
Lambda CYG
3 AQR
4 AQR
Omega CAP
1 Equ
Struve 2751
∑2742
Dunlop 236
Lambda EQU
Xi CYG
∑2758
24 CAP
T CEP
Gamma EQU
Struve 2780
Theta IND
RY AQR
Y PAV
V460 CYG
RV CYG
Herschel's Garnet Star
Lambda OCT
AG PEG
Struve 2841
RX PEG
ß 276
S 802
22 03.8
O.Struve 461
Lambda GRU
Alpha Gru
Zeta CEP
h1746
1 LAC
Alpha TUC
Pi GRU
S GRU
Delta TUC
Kruger 60
5 LAC
Delta2 GRU
20 17.7
20 17.8
20 18.0
20 18.4
20 19.6
20 21.0
20 23.9
20 25.6
20 27.3
20 29.9
20 41.0
20 41.3
20 41.4
20 45.7
20 46.7
20 47.4
20 47.7
20 48.4
20 51.4
20 51.8
20 59.1
21 02.1
21 02.2
21 02.2
21 02.2
21 04.1
21 04.9
21 06.9
21 07.1
21 09.5
21 10.3
21 11.8
21 14.5
21 19.9
21 20.3
21 24.3
21 28.7
21 35.2
21 39.0
21 42.0
21 42.7
21 43.3
21 43.5
21 44.2
21 50.9
21 51.0
21 52.0
21 54.3
21 56.4
21 58.4
22 00.8
22 02.5
-39.1
+38 02
-12 32
+55 23
+47.9
-14.8
+32.2
-56.7
-18 13
-18 35
+32 18
+48.2
+45 17
+30.7
+16 07
+36.5
-5
-18 11
-5.6
-26.9
+04 18
+56.7
+07 11
-43
+07.2
-05 49
+43.9
+38 39
-25
+68.5
+10.1
+60.0
+10 00
-53.5
-10.8
-69.7
+70 33
+78 37
+57 29
+35.5
+43 35
+38.0
+58 47
+09 52
-82.7
+12.6
+55 47
+19.7
+22.9
+82 51
-28 27
-16 58
6
3
3.8
6
5.9
3.4
4.4
1.9
5.3
6.1
5.5
7.7
1.3
4.2
4.3
4.9
4.4
6.7
6.4
4.1
5.2
6.1
7.4
6
7.4
5.9
3.7
5.2
4.5
5.2
4.7
5.6
4.6
4.5
8
8.6
3.3
7.4
5.6
5.6
8.2
7.1
3.4
2.5
5.4
6
5.5
6.4
8
7.1
5.8
7.2
*
Stellar
7"
4"
*
3'
*
*
3"
19"
3"
*
*
6"
10"
0.9"
*
16"
0.8"
*
1"
1.5"
3"
57"
3"
3"
*
29"
*
*
6'
1.0"
48"
6"
*
*
13"
Stellar
12"
*
Stellar
*
Stellar
83"
3"
*
18"
22"
*
14"
1.9"
4"
Sgr
Cyg
Cap
Cyg
Cyg
Cap
Cyg
Pav
Cap
Cap
Cyg
Cyg
Cyg
Cyg
Del
Cyg
Aqr
Cap
Aqr
Cap
Equ
Cep
Equ
Mic
Equ
Aqr
Cyg
Cyg
Cap
Cep
Equ
Cep
Equ
Ind
Aqr
Pav
Cep
Cep
Cep
Cyg
Cyg
Cyg
Cep
Peg
Oct
Peg
Cep
Peg
Peg
Cep
Psa
Aqr
variable star
variable star
quadruple star
double star
variable star
double star
star
star
double star magnitude contrast
double star
double star magnitude contrast
variable star
star
double star
double star
double star challenge
red variable star
double star
double star challenge
star
triple star challenge
double star challenge
double star equal magnitude
double star
double star
double star challenge
star
double star
stellar planetary nebula
variable star
double star
double star challenge
double star magnitude contrast
double star
variable star
variable star
double star magnitude contrast
red variable star
triple star
variable star
variable star
variable star
red variable star
double star magnitude contrast
double star
variable star
double star
double star
variable star
double star equal magnitude
double star
double star equal magnitude
+64 38
22 03.9
22 06.1
22 08.2
22 10.7
22 10.9
22 13.9
22 14.3
22 16.0
22 18.5
22 18.9
22 23.1
22 26.1
22 26.6
22 27.3
22 28.1
22 28.8
22 29.2
22 29.5
22 29.8
4.3
+59.8
-39.5
-46 58
+70 07
+58.2
+39.7
-21 04
+37.7
-60.3
+37 46
-45.9
-48.4
-16 45
-65
+57.7
-00 01
+58 25
+47.7
-43.7
8"
6.7
4.5
1.7
5.7
3.4
4.5
5.3
4.1
2.9
6.1
5.8
6
6.4
4.5
9.8
4.3
3.8
4.4
4.1
Cep
11.1"
*
Stellar
15"
*
28"
5"
*
5'
16"
2.7"
*
3"
7"
3"
2"
20"
5'
15'
double star
Cep
double star
Gru
star
Gru
star
Cep
double star
Cep
star
Lac
double star
Aqr
colored double star
Lac
star
Tuc
star
Lac
colored double star
Gru
double star
Gru
variable star
Aqr
double star equal magnitude
Tuc
double star
Cep
double star
Aqr
double star challenge
Cep
colored double star
Lac
star
Gru
red variable star
ST805
ST806
ST807
ST808
ST809
ST810
ST811
ST812
ST813
ST814
ST815
ST816
ST817
ST818
ST819
ST820
ST821
ST822
ST823
ST824
ST825
ST826
ST827
ST828
ST829
ST830
ST831
ST832
ST833
ST834
ST835
ST836
ST837
37
Roe47
8
11
Beta
Tau1
∑2947
Tau2
∑2950
h1823
Lambda
Fomalhaut
52
Scheat
Dunlop246
∑2978
Pi
Phi
Psi3
94
Dunlop249
99
Z
Gamma
Theta
R
107
TX
∑3042
Lal192
R
Sigma
∑3050
37 PEG
22 30.0
22 32.5
22 35.9
11 LAC
22 40.5
Beta GRU
22 42.7
Tau1 AQR
22 47.7
Struve 2947 22 49.0
Tau2 AQR
22 49.6
Struve 2950 22 51.4
22 51.8
Lambda AQR 22 52.6
Alpha PsA
22 57.6
52 PEG
22 59.2
Beta PEG
23 03.8
Dunlop 246
23 07.2
23 07.5
Pi CEP
23 07.9
Phi AQR
23 14.3
Psi3 AQR
23 19.0
23 19.1
Dunlop 249
23 23.9
99 AQR
23 26.0
23 33.7
Gamma CEP 23 39.3
Theta PHE
23 39.5
23 43.8
23 46.0
19 Psc
23 46.4
23 51.8
23 54.4
23 58.4
23 59.0
23 59.5
+04.4
+39 46
+39 38
+44.3
-46.9
-14.1
+68.6
-13.6
+61.7
+41 19
-7.6
-29 37
+11.7
+28.1
-50.7
+32 49
+75.4
-6
-9.6
-13 28
-53.8
-20.6
+48 49
+77.6
-46.6
-15 17
-18 41
+03 29
+37 53
-27 03
+51 24
+55 45
+33 43
5.8
5.8
6.5
4.5
2.1
5.7
7
4
6.1
7.1
3.7
1.2
6.1
2.4
6.1
6.3
4.6
4.2
5
5.1
6.5
4.4
8
3.2
6.6
5.8
5.3
6.9
7.8
6.9
4.7
4.9
6.6
1"
43"
22"
*
*
23"
4.3"
40'
1.7"
82"
*
*
0.7"
*
9"
8"
1.2"
*
1.5"
13"
27"
*
Stellar
*
4"
Stellar
7"
Stellar
5"
7"
Stellar
3"
1.5"
Peg
Lac
Lac
Lac
Gru
Aqr
Cep
Aqr
Cep
Lac
Aqr
PsA
Peg
Peg
Gru
Peg
Cep
Aqr
Aqr
Aqr
Gru
Aqr
And
Cep
Phe
Aqr
Aqr
Psc
And
Scl
Cas
Cas
And
double star challenge
quadruple star
triple star
star
star
double star
double star
star
double star
quadruple star
star
star
double star challenge
star
double star
double star
double star challenge
red variable star
double star
colored double star
double star
star
variable star
star
double star
variable star
double star equal magnitude
red variable star
double star equal magnitude
double star
variable star
colored double star
double star challenge
35.
NORTHSTAR COMPUTERIZED STAR LOCATOR SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions
3.5 X 4.7 X 1.8
Weight
10 oz including 9V battery
Operating Temperature
10ºC à + 50ºC
Telescope Mounting
Altitude / Azimuth
Display
Dot Matrix LCD, 2x16 character Alphanumeric
Display Backlight
Blue-Green Electroluminescent, 5-brightness levels
Display Resolution
1m right ascension, 10’ declination 0.1º
Display Modes
ALIGN STAR, ALIGN EARTH, ALIGN OBJECT, TELESCOPE
EXPLORE, SKY TOUR, IDENTIFY
Database
20K Object Database
Complete Messier Catalog – 110 Objects
Complete NGC catalog – 7840 Objects
Complete IC Catalog – 5386 Objects
Selections from ESO Catalog – 1228
Selections from UGC catalog – 2340
Selection from small non-stellar catalogs – 2050 Objects
Selected star, double stars, variable stars, and interesting stars – 837
Objects
Alignment start list – 30 Stars
Best of lists – 150 objects
Planet, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto
Descriptions include magnitude, constellation, size / separation / type
Set-up
Two Methods:
Earth-Based Alignment, using time North and location
Fast two-star alignment, No input for latitude, longitude, date,
or time required
Coordinate Epoch
AD 2000
Sensing Method
Integral Encoders
Encoder Resolution
9216 steps, 0.02 resolution
Maximum Slew Rate
180º per second
Angle Representation
16 bits
Vector Representation
48 bits
Sidereal Clock Accuracy
0.01%
Power Requirements
5.1 to 14 Volts DC. 25mA, display fully-dimmed, typical. 35mA, display
maximum brightness, typical. Reverse Polarity Protected.
Battery Life
36.
20 hours with display fully dimmed
quick reference card
North Star QUICK REFERENCE CARD
Move telescope until display reads:
By looking through the eyepiece,
center the star in the field of view.
PRESS ENTER
PRESS ENTER
Move telescope until display reads:
PRESS ENTER
By looking through the eyepiece,
center the star in the field of view.
PRESS ENTER
SCROLLUP/DOWN
PRESS ENTER for each digit or word
SCROLLUP/DOWN
PRESS ENTER for each digit or word
PRESS ENTER
PRESS ENTER
SCROLL UP/DOWN
To choose desired option
SCROLLUP/DOWN
PRESS ENTER for desired country
PRESS ENTER
SCROLLUP/DOWN
PRESS ENTER for desired city
PRESS ENTER
PRESS ENTER
PRESS ENTER (Make sure
telescope is still level)
37.
quick reference card
North Star QUICK REFERENCE CARD
Move telescope until display reads:
You've just found JUPITER
SCROLLUP or SCROLLDOWN
until the display reads:
BACK
PRESS ENTER
BACK
SCROLLUP or SCROLLDOWN
SCROLL UP or SCROLL
DOWN to select
Choose option
PRESS ENTER
PRESS ENTER
PRESS ENTER
SCROLL UP or SCROLLDOWN
to select month
PRESS ENTER
Move telescope until display reads:
You've just found object 1
for the month of April
PRESS BACK button until you get
back to the main menu:
SCROLLUP/ DOWN
PRESS ENTER
PRESS ENTER for description
SCROLLUP or SCROLLDOWN
select other objects for April.
PRESS BACK button until you get
back to the main menu:
38.
The TELESCOPE mode gives you dynamic
real-time information on your telescope's current
position in terms of astronomical coordinates.
Play around with this mode by moving the
telescope around. Notice the three letter
abbreviation in the lower right portion of the
display. This dynamically displays the current
CONSTELLATION that the telescope is pointing
at. These names are abbreviated in this mode.
Definitions for the abbreviations will be in the
appendix.
warranty / repair
TELESCOPE LIFETIME LIMITED WARRANTY
Your Bushnell® telescope is warranted to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for the
lifetime of the original owner. The Lifetime Limited Warranty is an expression of our confidence in the
materials and mechanical workmanship of our products and is your assurance of a lifetime of
dependable service.
If your telescope contains electrical components the electronic components are warranted to be free
of defects in materials and workmanship for one year after the date of purchase.
In the event of a defect under this warranty, we will, at our option, repair or replace the product, provided
that you return the product postage prepaid. This warranty does not cover damages caused by misuse or
improper handling, installation or maintenance of the product.
Any return made under this warranty
must be accompanied by the items listed below:
1)
2)
3)
4)
A check in the amount of $15.00 to cover the cost of handling
Name and address for product return
An explanation of the defect
Product should be well packed in a sturdy outside shipping carton to prevent
damage in transit and return postage prepaid to the address listed below:
IN U.S.A. Send To:
Bushnell Performance Optics
8500 Marshall Drive
Lenexa, Kansas 66214
IN CANADA Send To:
Bushnell Performance Optics
25A East Pearce Street, Unit 1
Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 2M9
For products purchased outside the United States and Canada please contact your local dealer for
applicable warranty information. This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other
rights which vary from country to country.
©2001 Bushnell Performance Optics
COMPUTERIZED STAR LOCATOR
39.
Download PDF

advertising