Double Stars - Selection for Binoculars

A detailed description of the project, the data sources, additional websites and how you can contribute visual observations and photographs of double stars to the project are summarized in our introduction.

Double Star Lists:
Double/Multiple Stars 14
Visual Observations 76
Sketches 12
Photographs 5
Observers 11
Berthold Fuchs, Sarah Gebauer, Christopher Hay, Gerd Kohler, Karsten Kopp, Stefan Loibl, Mark McCarthy, Rene Merting, Uwe Pilz, Joerg S. Schlimmer, Robert Zebahl
m1 m2 ρ θ Year Coordinates (J2000)
★★★ STTA254, WZ Cas AB 7m4 8m3 57.8'' 89° 2018 Cas 00h01m15.85s +60°21'19.00"
AC 7m4 9m6 155.4'' 324° 2015
AD 7m4 10m3 181.4'' 118° 2016
★★ STF88, psi 1 Psc AB 5m3 5m5 29.2'' 160° 2018 Psc 01h05m40.93s +21°28'23.60"
59 And, STF222 6m0 6m7 16.5'' 36° 2018 And 02h10m52.83s +39°02'22.40"
S430 AB 7m2 7m5 41.0'' 96° 2017 Per 03h38m18.83s +44°48'06.50"
★★ HJ3945, 145 CMa, Winter Albireo AB 5m0 5m8 26.8'' 50° 2015 CMa 07h16m36.84s -23°18'56.10"
★★ STF1540, 83 Leo AB 6m5 7m5 28.4'' 150° 2018 Leo 11h26m45.32s +03°00'47.20"
★★ zeta UMa STF1744, 79 UMa, Mizar AB 2m2 3m9 14.4'' 153° 2017 UMa 13h23m55.42s +54°55'31.50"
STF1744, Mizar & Alcor AC 2m2 4m0 707.7'' 72° 2017
SMR4 AD 2m2 7m6 492.8'' 102° 2017
STF1850 7m1 7m6 25.2'' 263° 2018 Boo 14h28m33.29s +28°17'25.90"
★★★ alpha Lib, Zubenelgenubi, Kiffa Australis, Lanx Australis SHJ186 AB 2m7 5m2 231.1'' 314° 2012 Lib 14h50m52.78s -16°02'29.80"
AOT53 AC 2m7 12m5 275.6'' 291° 2000
H5 6, nu Sco AC 4m3 6m6 41.3'' 337° 2018 Sco 16h11m59.74s -19°27'38.30"
★★ STF2280, 100 Her AB 5m8 5m8 14.3'' 183° 2018 Her 18h07m49.56s +26°06'04.40"
★★★ epsilon Lyr STFA37 AB-CD 4m7 4m6 209.5'' 172° 2016 Lyr 18h44m20.34s +39°40'12.40"
STFA37 AI 5m2 10m1 149.5'' 137° 2015
STF2382, 4 Lyr, epsilon 1 Lyr AB 5m2 6m1 2.2'' 346° 2018
STF2383, 5 Lyr, epsilon 2 Lyr CD 5m2 5m4 2.4'' 75° 2018
★★ 15 Aql, SHJ286 5m5 7m0 39.4'' 210° 2019 Aql 19h04m57.67s -04°01'53.10"
STFA51, alpha Cap, alpha 1/2 Cap AE 3m7 4m3 381.2'' 290° 2012 Cap 20h18m03.22s -12°32'41.40"