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STF 2681 and its Cellar Dwellers

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#1 VanJan

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Posted 18 September 2021 - 06:03 AM

This Cygnus quadruple was observed with my 20cm reflector at 200X and 250X.

 

STF 2681 - 20h 22.8m +53° 25'     AB = 7.97, 10.61   6.8"   39°   (2015)   A0V     AC = 7.97, 8.89   38.2"   199°   (2015)     CD = 8.89, 11.80   23.3"   101°   (2015)

 

Yellow, purple, reddish, blue. Five arc-minutes to the south is a perfect parallelogram of one 10th and three 11th magnitude stars. Nf the parallelogram is a single 10thmv star. Nf this star is a tight, E-W pair of 12thmv stars with a third 12thmv star sf, making a close, dim triple. Following the triple is a wide 10th, 11th magnitude pair.

 

Seems the basement rec-room of the family at 2681 Struve Street is quite populated with neighbors. tongue2.gif  


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Posted 18 September 2021 - 10:08 AM

A photo from last year.

 

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