- Double Stars (LMi) -

And (55) Cep (25) Cyg (93) Leo (35) Peg (41) SGE (1)
Aql (53) Cet (5) Del (16) Lep (7) Per (37) Sgr (11)
Aqr (4) CMa (6) Dra (25) Lib (1) Psc (18) Tau (18)
Ari (8) CMi (3) Equ (7) LMi (6) Pup (3) Tri (5)
Aur (32) Cnc (10) Eri (6) Lyn (18) Sco (4) UMa (46)
Boo (32) Com (13) Gem (30) Lyr (32) Sct (4) UMi (5)
Cam (17) CrB (10) Her (58) Mon (14) Ser (22) Vir (20)
Cap (7) Crv (4) Hya (11) Oph (14) Sex (6) Vul (12)
Cas (41) CVn (16) Lac (13) Ori (39) Sge (8)

42 LMi (**)

Name: 42 LMi
Type: **
Constellation: LMi
Coordinates: 10h45m51.91s / +30°40'56.60"

Components:
m1 m2 ρ θ Year
S612 AB 5m.3 7m.8 196.4" 174° 2019
ARN3 AC 5m.3 8m.3 424.6" 94° 2013
Robert Zebahl
70mm f/5.7, 22x, Bortle 6
2020-04-11: Wide, striking triple system, which can be well observed with binoculars. A: quite bright, rather white, B: slightly orange, C: tending to orange.

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STF 1344 (**)

Name: STF1344
Type: **
Constellation: LMi
Coordinates: 09h23m28.35s / +39°08'05.10"

Components:
m1 m2 ρ θ Year
9m.0 9m.5 3.8" 102° 2019
Robert Zebahl
120mm f/5, 75x, Bortle 7+, NELM 5m.0, SQM-L 18.8
At 50x and 75x split, but tight with little difference in brightness.

STF 1374 (**)

Name: STF1374
Type: **
Constellation: LMi
Coordinates: 09h41m21.88s / +38°57'01.90"

Components:
m1 m2 ρ θ Year
AB 7m.3 8m.7 2.8" 311° 2017

../images/binary-star-orbits/STF1374-AB-orbit.jpg

Robert Zebahl
70mm f/5.7, 100x
2020-04-01: Separable at 67x, but difficult due to the bright primary component. Clearly separable at 80x and higher magnifications with a significant difference in brightness. The companion stands close to the primary component and appears as a tiny star. Nice view.

120mm f/5, 168x, Bortle 7+, NELM 5m.0, SQM-L 18.8
At 50x elongated, at 75x seen as '8'. At 168x clearly split with obviously fainter component.

STF 1443 (**)

Name: STF1443
Type: **
Constellation: LMi
Coordinates: 10h33m17.07s / +37°40'25.00"

Components:
m1 m2 ρ θ Year
9m.9 10m.0 5.3" 161° 2018
Robert Zebahl
120mm f/5, 50x, Bortle 7+, NELM 5m.0, SQM-L 18.8
At 50x split with little distance. At 75x clearly split with small difference in brightness.

STF 1459 (**)

Name: STF1459
Type: **
Constellation: LMi
Coordinates: 10h40m12.46s / +38°24'11.40"

Components:
m1 m2 ρ θ Year
8m.3 8m.8 4.6" 153° 2019
Robert Zebahl
120mm f/5, 50x, Bortle 7+, NELM 5m.0, SQM-L 18.8
Clearly split with noticeable difference in brightness.

René Merting
100mm f/6.4, 64x
bei 32x muss ich sehr genau hinschauen, dann ist eine kleine 8 zu erkennen - bei 64x zeigen sich dann beide Sterne knapp getrennt - Komponente B im SO nicht ganz so glänzend weiß wie A

STTA 104 (**)

Name: STTA104
Type: **
Constellation: LMi
Coordinates: 10h24m22.19s / +34°10'35.00"

Components:
m1 m2 ρ θ Year
7m.2 7m.3 209.0" 287° 2013
Robert Zebahl
70mm f/5.7, 22x, Bortle 6
2020-04-11: Very wide pair of similarly bright components, unremarkable color. The double star stands close to the stars 27, 28 & 30 LMi and is probably more appealing in smaller binoculars.

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