(IAAC) Obj: OSS 331 - Inst: Celestar 8" SCT, fork mount
Observation Poster: William L. Schart <email@example.com>
Observer: William L. Schart
Your skills: Intermediate (some years)
Date/time of observation: 7/119/02 11:08 pm CDT
Location of site: Killeen, TX (Lat 31 07, Elev 600 ft)
Site classification: Suburban
Sky darkness: 3 <Limiting magnitude>
Seeing: 8 <1-10 Seeing Scale (10 best)>
Moon presence: Major - gibbous or near object
Instrument: Celestar 8" SCT, fork mount
Magnification: 80x, 120x, 165x, 200x, 312x
Object(s): OSS 331
Category: Multiple star.
Data: mag 7.9-9.4 size 1.1"
Position: RA 17:32 DEC 02:49
The tightest pair on the list and the highest DI. I examined several candidates in the low power FOV without being able to determine anything. I bumped up one step in power and again examined several, finally settling on one which looked to be a bit elongated. With more more bump in magnification, it was definately elongated and possibly split, and was cleanly split with the super high power. There was a very faint star to the west, perhaps about 50” or 60” away.
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