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Page 6:  Kappa Boötis - Zeta Coronae Borealis


OBJECT:  Kappa Boötis
TELESCOPE:  Meade 10" f/10 SCT
DATE:  05.30.1996 TIME:  1:42 am EDT
TRANSPARENCY:  Fair SEEING:  Good
MAGNIFICATION:  192x LOCATION:  Kalamazoo Twp.
COMMENTS:  The primary star is white in color.  The secondary has a hint of yellow.; especially when viewed out of focus.

OBJECT:  Iota Boötis
TELESCOPE:  Meade 10" f/10 SCT
DATE:  05.30.1996 TIME:  1:51 am EDT
TRANSPARENCY:  Fair SEEING:  Good
MAGNIFICATION:  192x LOCATION:  Kalamazoo Twp.
COMMENTS:  The primary is a white star of moderate intensity.  The secondary is several magnitudes fainter and perhaps dark blue in color.


OBJECT:  Pi Boötis
TELESCOPE:  Meade 10" f/10 SCT
DATE:  05.30.1996 TIME:  2:07 am EDT
TRANSPARENCY:  Fair SEEING:  Good
MAGNIFICATION:  96x LOCATION:  Kalamazoo Twp.
COMMENTS:  This pair is very close together in the eyepiece (26 mm Plössl).  They are both similar in appearance and color (white).

OBJECT:  Epsilon Boötis
TELESCOPE:  Meade 10" f/10 SCT
DATE:  05.31.1996 TIME:  10:12 pm EDT
TRANSPARENCY:  Fair SEEING:  Fair
MAGNIFICATION:  373x LOCATION:  Kalamazoo Twp.
COMMENTS:  Very difficult double to split.  The primary star nearly washed out the secondary.  The primary is bright orange, while the secondary is a sapphire blue.


OBJECT:  Alpha Librae
TELESCOPE:  Meade 10" f/10 SCT
DATE:  05.31.1996 TIME:  10:23 pm EDT
TRANSPARENCY:  Fair SEEING:  Fair
MAGNIFICATION:  96x LOCATION:  Kalamazoo Twp.
COMMENTS:  Large separation between these two stars.  Primary and secondary are both white in appearance.

OBJECT:  Xi Boötis
TELESCOPE:  Meade 10" f/10 SCT
DATE:  05.31.1996 TIME:  10:30 pm EDT
TRANSPARENCY: Fair SEEING:  Fair
MAGNIFICATION:  192x LOCATION:  Kalamazoo Twp.
COMMENTS:  This one was a bit difficult to pick out at first because of the other stars in the field (not pictured).  Using a 2x Barlow lens made it stand out easily.  Primary is yellow and the secondary is orange or, perhaps, a dark yellow.


OBJECT:  Delta Boötis
TELESCOPE:  Meade 10" f/10 SCT
DATE:  05.31.1996 TIME: 10:51 pm EDT
TRANSPARENCY:  Fair SEEING:  Good
MAGNIFICATION:  96x LOCATION:  Kalamazoo Twp.
COMMENTS:  This widely separated double has a brilliant yellow primary and an orange secondary.

OBJECT:  Mu Boötis TELESCOPE:  Meade 10" f/10 SCT
DATE:  05.31.1996
TIME:  10:51 pm EDT
TRANSPARENCY:  Fair SEEING:  Good
MAGNIFICATION:  96x LOCATION:  Kalamazoo Twp.
COMMENTS:  This one looks very similar to Delta Boötis, but the primary is slightly dimmer.


OBJECT:  Delta Serpentis TELESCOPE:  Meade 10" f/10 SCT
DATE:  05.07.1997 TIME:  12:30 am EDT
TRANSPARENCY:  Good SEEING:  Good
MAGNIFICATION:  96x LOCATION:  Kalamazoo Twp.
COMMENTS:  The primary star is white and the secondary is yellow.  An excellent double star.

OBJECT:  Zeta Coronae Borealis TELESCOPE:  Meade 10" f/10 SCT
DATE:  05.31.1996 TIME:  11:14 pm EDT
TRANSPARENCY:  Fair SEEING:  Good
MAGNIFICATION:  96x LOCATION:  Kalamazoo Twp.
COMMENTS:  Close association.  The primary is light blue in appearance.  The secondary is topaz blue.

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