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OBJECT:  Gamma Ceti
TELESCOPE:  Meade 10" f/10 SCT
DATE:  11.27.1997 TIME:  12:21 am EST
TRANSPARENCY:  Good SEEING:  Good
MAGNIFICATION:  179x LOCATION:  Kalamazoo Twp.
COMMENTS:  Extremely difficult pairing to resolve.  The faint secondary is very close to the brilliant yellowish primary star.

OBJECT:  Eta Persei TELESCOPE:  Meade 10" f/10 SCT
DATE:  02.25.1996 TIME:  12:26 am EST
TRANSPARENCY:  Good SEEING:  Good
MAGNIFICATION:  96x LOCATION:  Kalamazoo Twp.
COMMENTS:  The primary star is pale yellow.  The secondary is a dim blue.  Reminds me of a fainter version of Albireo.


OBJECT:  Struve 331
TELESCOPE:  Meade 10" f/10 SCT
DATE:  02.25.1996 TIME:  12:34 am EST
TRANSPARENCY:  Good SEEING:  Good
MAGNIFICATION:  96x LOCATION:  Kalamazoo Twp.
COMMENTS:  This pair has two blue colored stars.  The primary has the lighter color.

OBJECT:  32 Eridani
TELESCOPE:  Meade 10" f/10 SCT
DATE:  11.27.1997 TIME:  12:25 am EST
TRANSPARENCY:  Good SEEING:  Good
MAGNIFICATION:  179x LOCATION:  Kalamazoo Twp.
COMMENTS:  The brightest of the pair is pale yellow, while the slightly fainter companion is dark blue.


OBJECT:  Chi Tauri
TELESCOPE:  Meade 10" f/10 SCT
DATE:  02.25.1996 TIME:  12:40 am EST
TRANSPARENCY:  Good SEEING:  Good
MAGNIFICATION:  96x LOCATION:  Kalamazoo Twp.
COMMENTS:  The primary is light yellow while the secondary has a hint of red or orange; a bit too faint to tell for sure.

OBJECT:  1 Camelopardalis
TELESCOPE:  Meade 10" f/10 SCT
DATE:  02.25.1996 TIME:  1:07 am EST
TRANSPARENCY:  Good SEEING:  Good
MAGNIFICATION:  208x LOCATION:  Kalamazoo Twp.
COMMENTS:  Both stars have a hint of blue to them.  The primary is a mixture of blue and white.  The secondary is dark blue.


OBJECT:  55 Eridani
TELESCOPE:  Meade 10" f/10 SCT
DATE:  03.11.1997 TIME:  10:23 pm EST
TRANSPARENCY:  Very Good SEEING:  Good
MAGNIFICATION:  96x LOCATION:  Nature Center
COMMENTS:  Two stars of equal magnitude.  One being blue and the other orange.

OBJECT:  Beta Orionis
TELESCOPE:  Meade 10" f/10 SCT
DATE:  03.11.1997
TIME:  10:19 pm EST
TRANSPARENCY:  Very Good SEEING:  Good
MAGNIFICATION:  96x LOCATION:  Nature Center
COMMENTS:  Rigel outshines the tiny companion by several magnitudes.


OBJECT:  118 Tauri
TELESCOPE:  Meade 10" f/10 SCT
DATE:  02.25.1996 TIME:  1:30 am EST
TRANSPARENCY:  Good SEEING:  Good
MAGNIFICATION:  196x LOCATON:  Kalamazoo Twp.
COMMENTS:  This one was a bit of a challenge to split.  A very sharp focus was needed.  Both are a medium blue in color.

OBJECT:  Delta Orionis
TELESCOPE:  Meade 10" f/10 SCT
DATE:  11.26.1997 TIME:  1:07 am EST
TRANSPARENCY:  Good SEEING:  Good
MAGNIFICATION:  96x LOCATON:  Kalamazoo Twp.
COMMENTS:  Part of Orion's famous belt.  The primary (Mintaka) is a dazzling white star.  The nearby companion (if this is a true binary) is several magnitudes fainter and dark blue in color.

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