(IAAC) Obj: 62 Eri - Inst: Vixen 9x63 binoculars

Observation Poster: Stéphane Meloche <stephanemeloche@videotron.ca>
Observer: Stéphane Meloche
Your skills: Intermediate (some years)
Date/time of observation: 2004/11/13 3h56 UT
Location of site: Ste-Catherine-de-Hatley, Québec, Canada (Lat 45.4542°, Elev 316 m)
Site classification: Exurban
Sky darkness: 5,9 <Limiting magnitude>
Seeing:  <1-10 Seeing Scale (10 best)>
Moon presence: None - moon not in sky
Instrument: Vixen 9x63 binoculars
Object(s): 62 Eri
Category: Multiple star.
Constellation: Eri
Data: mag   size 
Position: RA 04:57  DEC -05:10
At ~3° W of Cursa. In the first seconds of observation, I could not separate the components but with patience, the secondary star finally appeared to the binoculars, in spite of the great difference in magnitude between the two stars. In fact, 62 Eri is the double star separated to the 9x63 with the largest differential magnitude which is given to see until now. The primary star have a greenish colour and the secondary is too weak to give a color.
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