- Double Stars (Cam) -

And (32) Cep (13) CVn (4) Her (13) Mon (1) Sex (2)
Aql (9) Cet (1) Cyg (19) Hya (4) Oph (1) Tau (11)
Ari (8) CMa (1) Del (2) Leo (19) Ori (8) Tri (4)
Aur (27) Cnc (10) Dra (8) Lib (1) Peg (16) UMa (24)
Boo (12) Com (8) Equ (5) LMi (6) Per (18) UMi (1)
Cam (10) CrB (4) Eri (1) Lyn (18) Psc (7) Vir (6)
Cas (17) Crv (1) Gem (19) Lyr (8) Ser (2)

STF 389 (**)

Name: STF389
Type: **
Constellation: Cam
Coordinates: 03h30m10.93s / +59°21'57.80"

Components:
m1 m2 ρ θ Year
AB 6m4 7m9 2.6" 72° 2018
Robert Zebahl
70mm f/5.7, 133x, Bortle 6, SQM-L 19.2
Easy to find and separated at 67x, but very tight. Easily separable at 133x, still relatively tight together with significant difference in brightness.

STF 419 (**)

Name: STF419
Type: **
Constellation: Cam
Coordinates: 03h42m45.19s / +69°50'44.30"

Components:
m1 m2 ρ θ Year
AB 7m8 7m8 2.9" 73° 2018
Robert Zebahl
70mm f/5.7, 67x, Bortle 6, SQM-L 19.2
Separated, but tight with equally bright components. Beautiful sight.

STF 922 (**)

Name: STF922
Type: **
Constellation: Cam
Coordinates: 06h38m18.76s / +64°44'06.00"

Components:
m1 m2 ρ θ Year
AB 7m7 10m8 10.5" 137° 2015
AC 7m7 11m2 24.4" 2015
Robert Zebahl
70mm f/5.7, 100x, Bortle 6, SQM-L 19.5
2020-04-16: Component A looked slightly yellowish, components B & C appeared rather dim.

../sketches/2020-04-16_stf922.jpg

STF 925 (**)

Name: STF925
Type: **
Constellation: Cam
Coordinates: 06h40m10.00s / +67°19'24.50"

Components:
m1 m2 ρ θ Year
8m1 10m5 3.5" 93° 2003
Robert Zebahl
70mm f/5.7, 133x, Bortle 6, SQM-L 19.5
2020-04-16: At 100x and 133x not split.

STF 1038 (**)

Name: STF1038
Type: **
Constellation: Cam
Coordinates: 07h20m30.59s / +68°32'23.80"

Components:
m1 m2 ρ θ Year
8m2 10m3 11.5" 100° 2017
Robert Zebahl
70mm f/5.7, 57x, Bortle 6, SQM-L 19.5
2020-04-16: Easy to split with quite a significant difference in brightness. The companion appeared pretty dim.

STF 1122 (**)

Name: STF1122
Type: **
Constellation: Cam
Coordinates: 07h45m52.47s / +65°09'28.10"

Components:
m1 m2 ρ θ Year
7m8 7m8 14.4" 185° 2017
Robert Zebahl
70mm f/5.7, 31x, Bortle 6, SQM-L 19.5
2020-05-15: At 22x immediately apparent with a beautiful separation between the equally bright components. One component appeared slightly bluish, the other light orange. At 44x the subtle color difference can be seen a bit better. The double star is in a nice star field together with 51 Cam.

../sketches/2020-04-15_stf1122.jpg

STF 1127 (**)

Name: STF1127
Type: **
Constellation: Cam
Coordinates: 07h47m00.43s / +64°03'07.30"

Components:
m1 m2 ρ θ Year
AB 7m0 8m4 5.6" 340° 2019
AC 7m0 9m7 11.7" 179° 2017
BC 8m4 9m7 17.0" 173° 2017
Robert Zebahl
70mm f/5.7, 57x, Bortle 6, SQM-L 19.5
2020-04-15: At 31x all three components are visible, with B still very close to component A. Component C is rather dim overall. At 57x, A appears white-yellowish, B slightly orange.

../sketches/2020-04-15_stf1127.jpg

STF 1694 (**)

Name: STF1694
Type: **
Constellation: Cam
Coordinates: 12h49m13.80s / +83°24'46.30"

Components:
m1 m2 ρ θ Year
AB 5m3 5m7 21.8" 324° 2017
Robert Zebahl
70mm f/5.7, 15x, Bortle 6-, NELM 5m0, SQM-L 19.1
Easy to split with noticeable angular distance and slight difference in brightness. The faint component tends to be more bluish, the brighter one appeared more light yellowish.

SZ Cam (**)

Name: SZ Cam, STF485
Type: **
Constellation: Cam
Coordinates: 04h07m51.38s / +62°19'48.40"

Components:
m1 m2 ρ θ Year
AE 6m9 6m9 18.0" 306° 2018
Robert Zebahl
B 8x40, Bortle 6, NELM 5m0+
Split, but very tight with equally bright components. I used a tripod.

70mm f/5.7, 15x, Bortle 4-, SQM-L 20.9
Easily split with nearly equally bright components. Located in the center of the open cluster NGC1502. Very nice view.

WDK 1 (**)

Name: WDK1
Type: **
Constellation: Cam
Coordinates: 05h03m23.90s / +53°07'42.50"

Components:
m1 m2 ρ θ Year
10m0 13m7 5.6" 279° 2015
Robert Zebahl
70mm f/5.7, 67x, Bortle 6, SQM-L 19.2
The double star could not be identified at magnifications between 67x and 133x even with a finder chart.