2022 TOTAL OCCULTATION PREDICTIONS
FOR BLUE SPRINGS MISSOURI

Occultation prediction for Blue Springs
E. Longitude - 94 20 42.4,  Latitude  39  1 40.2,  Alt.  236m;  Telescope dia 20cm;  dMag 0.0

       day  Time     P   Star  Sp  Mag  Mag    % Elon Sun  Moon   CA   PA  VA  AA Libration   A   B   RV    Cct durn  R.A. (J2000)  Dec   Mdist   SV
 y   m  d  h  m   s       No  D     v    r V  ill     Alt Alt Az   o    o   o   o   L    B   m/o m/o  "/s     o  sec  h  m   s    o  m  s   Mm   m/s
22 Jan  7  0 49 14.6 D    3396 A8  7.7  7.5   23+  57     29 223  43S 118  85 140 +6.7 +7.0 +3.0-3.3 .202  -63.0     23  7 24.3 -11 48 24 375.4 807.0
22 Jan  7  1  5 15   Gr   3396 A8  7.7  7.5   23+  57     27 ** GRAZE: CA 16.0S; Dist.200km in az. 145deg. [Lat = 36.83+0.54(E.Long+94.35)]
22 Jan  9  0  5 33.1 d      91 K0  8.6  8.0   42+  81 -10 51 187  84S  74  68  96 +7.1 +5.7 +2.2+0.5 .341  -23.6      0 42 37.4 - 0 20 40 385.5 696.0
22 Jan  9  2 19 38.5 D      95SF8  7.0* 6.7   43+  82     38 231  80N  57  20  79 +6.7 +5.4 +1.3+0.2 .400   -3.3      0 45 11.0   0 15 12 387.0 752.4
        95 is triple: Aa,Ab 7.8 7.8 0.10" 350.0, dT = +0.1sec : AB 7.0 13.9 55"  45.2, dT = +135sec
        95 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Jan  9 23 58 56.2 D     212SG0  7.2     s  52+  93  -9 56 167  61N  39  49  59 +6.6 +4.6 +1.3+1.9 .354   12.0      1 27 39.8   5 21 10 390.3 684.5
   R212 = 95 Piscium
       212 is triple: AB 7.56 8.41 0.39" 166.6, dT = -0.7sec : AB,C 7.1 12.9 137" 224.7, dT = -386sec
       212 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       212 = NSV 515, 7.04 to 7.07, V
22 Jan 12  4 28 27.2 D     450 K3  6.4  5.6   72+ 116     50 246  54S 110  62 124 +3.7 +1.6 +2.0-2.5 .253  -44.3      3  4 40.6  15 51 22 398.5 683.7
22 Jan 13  2 31 56.8 d     568 K0  8.6  8.1   80+ 127     71 175  58S 109 113 120 +2.9 +0.4 +3.1-1.2 .226  -46.5      3 49 54.9  19 33 59 399.0 633.8
22 Jan 14  4 35  7.0 D     709MB3  4.3     v  87+ 138     68 228  63S 111  72 117 +1.2 -1.2 +2.5-1.9 .259  -36.4      4 42 14.7  22 57 25 399.9 623.0
   R709 = tau Tauri
       709 is triple: Aa,Ab 4.3 7.0 0.33" 359.0, dT = -0.47sec : AB 4.2 7.0 63" 214.0, dT = -56sec
       709 has been reported as non-instantaneous (S   455). Observations are highly desired
       709 = HIP 21881, 4.27, range 0.00, 5V, Type VAR, Period 2.95657 days
22 Jan 14  5 50  9.1 r     709MB3  4.3     v  88+ 139     56 253 -49S 223 169 229 +0.9 -1.2 +1.9+1.5 .276 -143.8      4 42 14.7  22 57 25 400.5 665.1
   R709 = tau Tauri
       709 is triple: Aa,Ab 4.3 7.0 0.33" 359.0, dT = +0.9sec : AB 4.2 7.0 63" 214.0, dT = -224sec
       709 has been reported as non-instantaneous (S   455). Observations are highly desired
       709 = HIP 21881, 4.27, range 0.00, 5V, Type VAR, Period 2.95657 days
22 Jan 15  1 46 53.7 D     822SB9  5.8  5.9   93+ 148     57 104  12N  12  69  13 +0.5 -2.3 -0.3+5.2 .181   60.1      5 29 16.5  25  9  1 400.3 703.6
   R822 = 118 Tauri
       822 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 5.8 12.1 1.8"  66.0, dT = +6sec : AB 5.8 6.7 4.7" 209.3, dT = -25sec : AC 5.8 11.9 140"  99.0, dT = +38sec
       822 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 822 to Terminator = 7.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
22 Jan 21  4 51 51.6 R    1569kA2  6.9* 6.8V  90- 142     29  97  40S 236 288 214 -4.8 -6.3 +0.9+3.9 .236 -122.6     10 46 19.3  12 44 52 388.6 825.0
   *** A light curve is desired as    1569 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 248882918}
      1569 = HD 93273, 6.903, , Type VAR
22 Jan 23  6 57 17.5 r    1781 M*  7.6* 6.8s  73- 118     28 114  68S 269 315 247 -5.2 -5.0 +1.2+1.4 .377 -147.0     12 24 40.7   1 23  2 381.0 831.8
      1781 = NSV 19382, 7.65 to 7.72, Hp
22 Jan 27  9 34 53   m    2281 A0  7.1  7.1   29-  65      5 123  15S 206 251 196 -3.1 +0.8 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     15 57 12.7 -21 29  8 367.1 959.1
22 Jan 27  9 35 51   Gr   2281 A0  7.1  7.1   29-  65      5 ** GRAZE: CA 14.7S; Dist.224km in az.  31deg. [Lat = 41.39-0.47(E.Long+94.35)]
22 Jan 27  9 41 49.7 R    2282kB3  5.8  5.8s  29-  65      7 124  29N 342  26 332 -3.1 +0.9 -0.3-1.2 .372  134.3     15 57 40.5 -20 58 59 367.0 948.6
   *** A light curve is desired as    2282 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 204760247}
      2282 = NSV 7359, 5.84 to 6.31, V, Type EA, Period 9.1997 days, Phase  85%
22 Jan 28 10 37 29.1 R    2443SF3  5.7  5.5   19-  51      3 126  66S 250 294 246 -1.9 +2.6 +1.1+1.8 .410 -139.5     17  0  9.5 -24 59 21 364.3 952.0
   R2443 = 26 Ophiuchi
      2443 is quadruple: ** 6.6 6.6 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.23sec : Aa,Ab 4.7 6.7 0.61" 204.4, dT = -1sec : AB 4.7 12.7 6.1" 243.0, dT = -15sec
      2443 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1496). Observations are highly desired
22 Feb  5  1  1 48.5 D      49 K1  6.1* 5.4   17+  49     29 241  63S  98  55 120 +5.9 +5.6 +1.5-1.7 .333  -41.8      0 24 29.6 - 2 13  9 380.9 825.6
22 Feb  8  1 48 18.0 D     406CF5  7.9        45+  84     54 235  62S 101  60 117 +4.4 +1.9 +2.3-1.7 .270  -40.1      2 45  2.4  14 14 15 394.0 674.6
       406 is double: BA 10.6 7.9 0.8" 304.1, dT = -2.7sec
       406 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Feb  8  6  1  2.2 D     422 B7  5.5  5.6   46+  86      9 283  69N  52 360  67 +3.8 +1.7 +0.2-0.1 .457   21.9      2 51 29.6  15  4 55 398.9 952.5
   R422 = sigma Arietis
22 Feb  9  3 47 20.1 D     519 K5  7.6  6.7v  55+  96     44 258  86S  80  27  92 +2.9 +0.4 +1.4-0.8 .364   -8.5      3 35 18.4  18 54 11 398.1 711.4
       519 = V1124 Tau, 7.59, range 0.14, V, Type SRD:, Period 38.310719 days, Phase  25%
22 Feb  9 23 23 47.7 d     631SF0  5.6* 5.5   63+ 105   4 60 117  34S 136 185 145 +2.7 -0.6 +5.3-4.3 .104  -73.1      4 18 23.2  21 34 45 398.6 689.7
   R631 = 51 Tauri
       631 is multiple: Aa,Ab 5.6 8.1 0.08"  43.3, dT = -0.04sec : Aa,Ac 5.6      0.30" 133.0, dT = +2.9sec : Aa,Ad 5.6      0.30" 270.0, dT = -2sec : AB 5.6 10.4 158"  60.9, dT = +379sec
       631 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Feb  9 23 34 21   Gr    631SF0  5.6  5.5   63+ 106   2 63 ** GRAZE: CA 17.1S; Dist. 84km in az. 143deg. [Lat = 38.07+0.59(E.Long+94.35)]
22 Feb 10  0  7 29.2 D     634kA0  5.3  5.4v  64+ 106  -4 67 133  57S 113 151 122 +2.5 -0.7 +3.1-0.9 .221  -49.3      4 19 36.7  21 46 25 398.3 655.8
   R634 = 56 Tauri (V724)
   *** A light curve is desired as     634 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210924194}
       634 = V0724 Tau, 5.36 to 5.4, V, Type ACV, Period 1.56896 days, Phase  79%
22 Feb 10  1  7 47.3 r     634kA0  5.3  5.4v  64+ 106     73 172 -26S 197 204 205 +2.3 -0.8 +1.0+4.2 .211 -130.5      4 19 36.7  21 46 25 398.1 626.2
   R634 = 56 Tauri (V724)
   *** A light curve is desired as     634 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210924194}
       634 = V0724 Tau, 5.36 to 5.4, V, Type ACV, Period 1.56896 days, Phase  79%
22 Feb 10  4 21 15.8 D     656SA7  4.2  4.1S  65+ 107     49 260  72S  99  44 107 +1.5 -1.0 +1.5-1.7 .334  -21.0      4 25 22.2  22 17 38 399.6 693.8
   R656 = kappa Tauri
       656 is multiple: Aa,Ab 5.2 5.2      350.0, dT = +0.15sec : ** 5.2 5.2 0.10" 110.0, dT = +0.29sec : AE 4.2 13.1 147" 268.5, dT = -433sec : A,CD 4.2 10.6 175" 176.4, dT = +119sec
       656 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 327). Observations are highly desired
       656 = NSV 1593, 4.22, , Type DSCT:
22 Feb 10  4 30 28.1 D     657pA7  5.3  5.1s  65+ 107     47 261  45S 126  70 134 +1.5 -1.0 +1.2-3.4 .248  -46.9      4 25 25.0  22 12  0 399.7 703.4
   R657 = 67 Tauri
   *** A light curve is desired as     657 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210950988}
       657 is quadruple: BF 5.3 13.7 109" 215.7, dT = +1.2sec : B,CD 5.3 9.5 160" 349.7, dT = -467sec : BA 5.3 4.2 339" 354.0, dT = -913sec
       657 = NSV 1594, 5.26 to 5.29, V, Type DSCT:
22 Feb 10  5 25 40.9 r     657pA7  5.3  5.1s  65+ 107     36 271 -43S 215 157 222 +1.4 -1.0 +1.5+1.3 .271 -133.3      4 25 25.0  22 12  0 400.7 769.3
   R657 = 67 Tauri
   *** A light curve is desired as     657 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210950988}
       657 is quadruple: BF 5.3 13.7 109" 215.7, dT = -400sec : B,CD 5.3 9.5 160" 349.7, dT = +418sec : BA 5.3 4.2 339" 354.0, dT = +949sec
       657 = NSV 1594, 5.26 to 5.29, V, Type DSCT:
22 Feb 10  5 35 34.4 R     656SA7  4.2  4.1S  65+ 107     34 272 -70S 241 184 249 +1.3 -1.0 +1.1-0.2 .377 -159.3      4 25 22.2  22 17 38 400.8 782.5
   R656 = kappa Tauri
       656 is multiple: Aa,Ab 5.2 5.2      350.0, dT = -0.13sec : ** 5.2 5.2 0.10" 110.0, dT = +0.17sec : AE 4.2 13.1 147" 268.5, dT = -347sec : A,CD 4.2 10.6 175" 176.4, dT = -198sec
       656 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 327). Observations are highly desired
       656 = NSV 1593, 4.22, , Type DSCT:
22 Feb 10 22 29  2.7 d     767SB2  5.5        72+ 116  13 43  92  81N  77 136  81 +1.5 -1.9 +0.9+1.6 .403   -7.9      5  8  6.6  24 15 55 400.5 789.6
   R767 = 103 Tauri
       767 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 5.51 8.68 0.40" 193.3, dT = -0.44sec : AB 5.5 11.0 18.3" 154.5, dT = +10sec : AC 5.5 11.0 37" 198.0, dT = -48sec
       767 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Feb 12  5 19 48.5 D     932c*6  7.3* 5.6V  81+ 129     58 257  85S  99  41  96 -1.2 -3.5 +1.7-1.4 .347   -5.2 .09  6 10 53.1  26  0 53 398.8 673.6
   R932 = TU Geminorum
       932 is double: AB 7.9 9.5 0.40" 100.0, dT = +1.2sec
       932 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       932 = TU Gem, 6.88 to 8.0, V, Type SRB, Period 217. days, Phase   1%
22 Feb 13  1 13 30.8 D    1061SF8  6.2* 5.9s  88+ 139     56 100  88S 102 160  95 -1.3 -4.4 +1.8+0.5 .344  -16.3      6 58 47.4  26  4 52 397.6 691.9
   R1061 = 39 Geminorum
      1061 is triple: Aa,Ab 6.1      0.50" 158.0, dT = +0.8sec : AB 6.1 12.1 34"  67.5, dT = +83sec
      1061 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1061 = NSV 17256, 6.1, range 0.02, V, Type VAR:
22 Feb 13  2  8 11   D    1062cB8  6.4* 6.5   88+ 139     66 115  29S 161 213 154 -1.5 -4.5 +3.6-8.1 .097  -73.2      6 59 27.9  25 54 51 397.0 645.8
   R1062 = 40 Geminorum
      1062 is double: AB 6.4      0.10" 146.7, dT = +1sec
      1062 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Feb 13  2 21 37   Gr   1062cB8  6.4  6.5   88+ 139     69 ** GRAZE: CA 11.2S; Dist. 80km in az. 170deg. [Lat = 38.30+0.14(E.Long+94.35)]
22 Feb 13  8 15 29.5 D    1085SG8  7.1  6.7   89+ 141     35 277  75S 116  57 108 -2.7 -4.5 +0.4-1.9 .429  -11.9      7  9 35.4  25 43 43 398.6 848.5
      1085 is triple: AB 7.2 13.0 33"  70.1, dT = +54sec : AC 7.2 7.8 124"  78.6, dT = +230sec
22 Feb 13  9 49  4.6 d    1094 A0  7.1  7.1   89+ 142     17 289  59N  70  16  62 -2.9 -4.4 +0.3-0.8 .427   32.9      7 12 49.4  25 44 55 400.2 987.8
   R1094 = 49 Geminorum
22 Feb 15  6 51 54.6 d    1330pG5  7.8  7.5   98+ 163     66 231  38N  68  27  52 -4.1 -5.9 +2.8+0.6 .247   47.3      8 54 18.7  22 12 41 390.9 689.9
   *** A light curve is desired as    1330 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212109644}
      1330 is double: ** 8.6 8.6 0.10" 115.0, dT = +0.28sec
      1330 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1075). Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 1330 to Terminator = 16.3"; to 3km sunlit peak = 5.9"
22 Feb 15  8 40 20.4 D    1334kG5  7.0  6.6   98+ 163     47 261  47N  78  22  61 -4.4 -5.8 +1.7-0.8 .328   38.4      8 57  5.1  21 51 38 391.8 795.2
   *** A light curve is desired as    1334 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212091650}
22 Feb 17  5 10  8.9 R    1544 M2  5.4* 4.5v 100- 172     55 127  80N 266 306 245 -4.4 -6.2 +2.1+1.1 .317 -147.0 .01 10 32 11.8  14  8 14 384.9 706.5
   R1544 = 46 Leonis
      1544 = ES Leo, 5.46 to 5.56, Hp, Type SRB:
   Distance of 1544 to Terminator = 8.8"; to 3km sunlit peak = 1.3"
22 Feb 18 11 18 42.0 R    1669pF5  6.7* 6.5   97- 159     35 249  51N 322 275 300 -5.3 -5.3 +0.6-2.2 .432  162.0     11 29 40.0   7 35 58 382.2 842.3
   *** A light curve is desired as    1669 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201913061}
      1669 is double: AB 6.8 13.1 17.9" 282.8, dT = -32sec
22 Feb 19  8 36 15.1 R    1758 G5  6.9  6.4   92- 148     53 180  81S 279 279 257 -4.7 -4.8 +2.3-0.4 .341 -149.9     12 13 55.8   2 15 37 377.8 722.9
22 Feb 19 11 37 37.8 r    1767kA2  7.6  7.5   92- 147     35 239  82N 297 255 275 -5.2 -4.4 +1.1-1.7 .437 -172.0     12 17 57.5   1 34 31 378.9 810.9
   *** A light curve is desired as    1767 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201569326}
22 Feb 20  5 39 41.4 R    1864 K2  6.7* 5.9   86- 136     25 117  68N 312 356 290 -3.9 -4.0 +0.7-0.3 .465  172.1     12 58 40.0 - 2 54 13 377.5 858.9
22 Feb 20  7  7 19.8 R    1869SK2  6.2*    S  86- 136     38 137  90N 290 322 269 -4.1 -3.9 +1.5+0.2 .409 -162.9     13  0 35.9 - 3 22  7 376.1 781.3
   R1869 = 46 Virginis
      1869 is triple: AB 6.18 8.78 0.57" 182.0, dT = +0.43sec : AC 6.2 13.2 42" 127.5, dT = +97sec
      1869 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1869 = NSV 6053, 8.0 to 11.0, V
22 Feb 20  8 56 55.4 R    1875cF0  6.7*    S  85- 135     47 171  23N 357   4 335 -4.4 -3.7 +0.1-2.7 .271  132.4     13  3 54.4 - 3 39 48 375.1 732.1
   R1875 = 48 Virginis
      1875 is double: AB 7.12 7.65 0.46" 190.2, dT = +1.6sec
      1875 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1875 = NSV 19585, 6.59, , Type DSCT:
22 Feb 20 11 16 27.3 r    1882pG0  8.3  8.0   85- 134     39 218  62N 318 290 297 -4.8 -3.4 +1.2-1.9 .406  168.0     13  6 13.4 - 4 18 39 375.5 755.4
   *** A light curve is desired as    1882 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 251503872}
      1882 is double: ** 9.1 9.1 0.15"  50.0, dT = +0.01sec
      1882 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1446). Observations are highly desired
22 Feb 22  9 31 39.5 R    2105dK2  6.3  5.7v  67- 109     32 156  63N 314 334 299 -3.3 -0.7 +1.2-0.6 .418  169.8     14 45 57.8 -15 27 34 371.0 763.8
   R2105 = 5 Librae
      2105 is double: AB 6.5 10.1 5.1" 248.8, dT = -5sec
      2105 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      2105 = HD 129978, 6.335, range 0.01, 2w, Type VAR, Period 0.242 days, Phase   2%
22 Feb 22 11 34 13.3 d    2117SF3  5.2  4.9   66- 109     34 190 -49N  66  58  50 -3.7 -0.5 +3.1+0.7 .226   55.7     14 50 41.2 -15 59 50 370.6 719.6
   R2117 = 8 Librae
      2117 is multiple: ** 6.1 6.1 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.4sec : Ba,Bb 4.3 7.7 0.40" 139.0, dT = +0.5sec : BC 5.2 12.5 110" 237.7, dT = -480sec : BA 5.2 2.7 231" 134.0, dT = +380sec
      2117 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1468). Observations are highly desired
22 Feb 22 11 40 53.4 D    2118SA3  2.8  2.7s  66- 109     34 192 -54N  71  61  55 -3.7 -0.5 +2.9+0.3 .255   50.4     14 50 52.7 -16  2 30 370.6 719.6
   R2118 = Zubenelgenubi = alpha Librae
      2118 is multiple: AD 2.7 7.3      266.0, dT = 0.00sec : AB 2.7 5.2 231" 314.0, dT = -408sec : AC 2.7 12.5 272" 291.0, dT = -813sec : AE 2.7 20.0 369" 262.0, dT = -1418sec
      2118 = NSV 6827, 2.72 to 2.75, V
22 Feb 22 12 20 43.2 R    2117SF3  5.2  4.9   66- 108  -8 32 203  22N 355 337 340 -3.8 -0.4 +0.6-2.7 .227  124.3     14 50 41.2 -15 59 50 370.7 725.5
   R2117 = 8 Librae
      2117 is multiple: ** 6.1 6.1 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.04sec : Ba,Bb 4.3 7.7 0.40" 139.0, dT = +1.4sec : BC 5.2 12.5 110" 237.7, dT = +222sec : BA 5.2 2.7 231" 134.0, dT = +767sec
      2117 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1468). Observations are highly desired
22 Feb 22 12 33  7.1 R    2118SA3  2.8  2.7s  66- 108  -6 31 206  28N 349 328 334 -3.8 -0.4 +0.9-2.5 .258  129.5     14 50 52.7 -16  2 30 370.8 729.3
   R2118 = Zubenelgenubi = alpha Librae
      2118 is multiple: AD 2.7 7.3      266.0, dT = 0.00sec : AB 2.7 5.2 231" 314.0, dT = -733sec : AC 2.7 12.5 272" 291.0, dT = -555sec : AE 2.7 20.0 369" 262.0, dT = -69sec
      2118 = NSV 6827, 2.72 to 2.75, V
22 Feb 23  7 51 26.5 r    2230PF3  6.7  6.4   56-  97     10 126  54N 319   1 308 -2.4 +0.6 +0.2-0.3 .476  159.1     15 38 25.4 -19 54 47 371.2 917.8
   *** A light curve is highly desired as    2230 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 249647239}
      2230 is double: AB 6.8      0.30" 166.0, dT = +0.6sec
      2230 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Feb 24 10 23 41.3 R    2398 A7  6.1  6.0V  44-  83     19 147  74S 261 289 255 -1.8 +2.6 +1.8+1.2 .380 -148.0     16 41 36.2 -24 28  5 368.1 800.0
      2398 = HD 150366, 6.07, , Type ACV, Period 2.5165 days, Phase  18%
22 Feb 25 12 42  8.9 R    2558 B3  6.3  6.3e  32-  69  -3 23 165  85S 264 278 265 -1.0 +4.3 +2.0+0.6 .390 -162.9     17 48 27.8 -26 58 30 366.2 724.9
      2558 = V3894 Sgr, 6.21 to 6.39, V, Type EB/D, Period 2.61862 days, Phase  50%
22 Feb 27 11 19 32   Gr   2910cG3  4.7  4.3   13-  43      1 ** GRAZE: CA 15.8S; Dist. 23km in az. 214deg. [Lat = 38.78-0.53(E.Long+94.35)]
22 Feb 27 11 24 12   r    2910cG3  4.7  4.3   13-  43      1 125  23S 186 232 199 +1.6 +6.5 +9.9+9.9 .067  -97.6 .02 19 55 50.4 -26 17 58 367.8 905.1
   R2910 = omega Sagittarii
      2910 is double: ** 5.6 5.6 0.001"  51.3, dT = +0.01sec
22 Mar  5 19  6 24.1 d     219wK4  4.8* 4.1   11+  38  44 49 136  34N  16  49  37 +5.5 +4.1 +0.5+2.7 .325   35.6 .01  1 30 11.1   6  8 38 384.3 744.7
   R219 = mu Piscium
       219 is double: AB 5.0 12.0 212" 297.6, dT = +127sec
22 Mar  6  2 34 53.3 d     248 G5  8.7  8.4   12+  41     11 271  75S  87  35 106 +4.4 +3.4 +0.2-1.2 .467  -20.7      1 41  9.6   7 35 18 389.5 944.1
22 Mar  7  1 52 32.2 D     359cB9  8.2  8.1e  19+  52     30 262  63N  46 354  63 +3.9 +2.1 +0.9+0.4 .398   20.4      2 26 27.0  12 53 56 391.9 806.9
       359 is double: ** 8.6 8.6 0.10"  35.0, dT = +0.25sec
       359 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 695). Observations are highly desired
       359 = AG Ari, 8.14 to 8.42, V, Type EA, Period 1.96315 days, Phase  22%
22 Mar  9 18  7 56.7 d     709MB3  4.3     v  44+  83  47 17  74  47S 125 180 131 +2.2 -1.3 +0.7+0.3 .282  -56.1      4 42 14.7  22 57 25 401.4 983.3
   R709 = tau Tauri
       709 is triple: Aa,Ab 4.3 7.0 0.33" 358.6, dT = -0.7sec : AB 4.2 7.0 63" 214.0, dT = +5sec
       709 has been reported as non-instantaneous (S   455). Observations are highly desired
       709 = HIP 21881, 4.27, range 0.00, 5V, Type VAR, Period 2.95657 days
22 Mar  9 18 15 57   Gr    709MB3  4.3     v  44+  83  52 19 ** GRAZE: CA 14.0S; Dist.449km in az. 141deg. [Lat = 33.79+0.64(E.Long+94.35)]
22 Mar 11  8  5 42.0 D     900cB1  4.8  4.9   58+  99      5 300  51N  51   3  50 -1.3 -3.2 +0.1-0.2 .399   42.9      5 57 59.7  25 57 14 403.71068.0
   R900 = 139 Tauri
       900 is double: ** 5.6 5.6 0.060" 221.0, dT = -0.15sec
       900 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1048). Observations are highly desired
22 Mar 15  4 23 57.3 d    1390kG0  7.7* 7.4   90+ 142     71 189  60N  84  76  66 -4.6 -6.3 +2.6+0.2 .295   33.6      9 23 47.1  20 21 52 388.2 665.5
   *** A light curve is desired as    1390 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 251341358}
22 Mar 15  6  7 16   d    1393 G7  6.5* 6.0   90+ 143     59 241   8S 196 150 178 -4.9 -6.1 -3.4-8.7 .090  -76.6      9 24 45.3  19 47 12 388.5 729.8
   Distance of 1393 to Terminator = 5.3"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
22 Mar 15 23 34 30.3 D    1484cA0  3.5  3.5s  94+ 152   9 19  83  72N 102 156  82 -4.1 -6.4 +0.4+0.9 .482    4.4     10  7 20.0  16 45 46 388.8 912.1
   R1484 = eta Leonis
      1484 is double: AB 3.5 8.4 0.10" 238.6, dT = -0.15sec
      1484 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1484 = NSV 4738, 3.46 to 3.60, V
22 Mar 16  0 41  6.0 R    1484cA0  3.5  3.5s  94+ 153  -4 32  94 -83S 293 348 273 -4.2 -6.4 +0.9+0.4 .436  175.8     10  7 20.0  16 45 46 387.2 820.8
   R1484 = eta Leonis
      1484 is double: AB 3.5 8.4 0.10" 238.6, dT = -0.13sec
      1484 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1484 = NSV 4738, 3.46 to 3.60, V
22 Mar 16  4 10 10.7 D    1499 K0  7.1  6.4   95+ 154     65 152  49N  79 102  58 -4.8 -6.3 +2.7+1.1 .274   41.5     10 14 31.8  16  8 18 384.2 682.9
22 Mar 16  9 18 28.1 D    1514 A1  6.2  6.2s  96+ 156     30 265  54N  85  32  64 -5.5 -5.9 +0.9-1.2 .393   35.7     10 21 50.3  14 58 33 385.8 904.8
   R1514 = 42 Leonis
      1514 = NSV 4828, 6.09 to 6.17, V
22 Mar 17  6 36 13.2 d    1612 F5  7.3  7.1   99+ 167     59 204  89S 133 113 110 -5.1 -5.8 +1.4-1.8 .393   -5.2     11  7 13.3  10 12 44 379.6 727.0
22 Mar 19  6 29 27.0 R    1825 G8  5.9  5.5   99- 167     48 163  82S 272 286 251 -4.1 -4.0 +2.4+0.3 .331 -143.2     12 43 38.0 - 1 34 37 372.6 747.7
22 Mar 20  6  5 50.2 R    1947kF0  7.0  6.9   95- 155     36 144  88N 289 317 269 -3.3 -2.8 +1.5+0.1 .419 -161.8     13 33 24.5 - 7 37 21 370.6 793.9
   R1947 = 77 Virginis
   *** A light curve is desired as    1947 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212725494}
22 Mar 21  5 45  7.4 R    2065wK2  6.5  5.9   89- 142     22 131  60N 318 355 300 -2.4 -1.3 +0.6-0.4 .469  166.4     14 25 17.6 -13 21 11 369.7 865.3
      2065 is double: AB 6.6 11.0 42"  47.3, dT = -0.41sec
22 Mar 22  9 40 38   Gr   2207kA4  7.0  6.6   80- 127     29 ** GRAZE: CA 13.5S; Dist.225km in az.  48deg. [Lat = 42.03-0.85(E.Long+94.35)]
22 Mar 22  9 42 42   M    2207kA4  7.0  6.6   80- 127     31 179  14S 209 210 196 -2.0 +0.9 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     15 26 50.4 -20  0 18 367.2 729.2
   *** A light curve is desired as    2207 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 249639986}
22 Mar 23  8 53  2   m    2359MB2  5.0  4.9   70- 114     23 153 -14N  25  47  17 -0.8 +2.4 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     16 25 35.1 -23 26 50 367.4 776.1
   R2359 = rho Ophiuchi
      2359 is quadruple: AB 5.1 5.7 2.8" 336.2 : AC 5.1 7.3 149" 359.9 : AD 5.1 6.8 156" 251.7
      2359 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Mar 27 10 39  0.6 R    3012 A7  6.9* 6.8   26-  61      6 128  38N 303 346 319 +3.0 +7.2 +0.5+0.4 .354  138.8     20 38  4.9 -24 13 44 372.0 848.8
22 Apr  4  3  4  8   M     434 K0  6.9  6.3    8+  33      3 289   0N 345 295 360 +2.6 +1.0 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      2 57 28.7  16 17 37 396.81016.2
   Distance of 434 to Terminator = 0.8"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
22 Apr  5  0 37 52   Gr    531pB9  5.7  5.7   13+  43   0 40 ** GRAZE: CA  3.0S; Dist. 18km in az.   6deg. [Lat = 39.19-0.08(E.Long+94.35)]
22 Apr  5  0 37 58   m     531pB9  5.7  5.7   13+  43   0 41 263   3S 164 109 175 +1.9 -0.4 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      3 42 18.9  19 42  1 395.9 743.6
   R531 = 13 Tauri
   *** A light curve is desired as     531 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210788932}
       531 is double: ** 6.3 6.3 0.050" 350.0
       531 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1209). Observations are highly desired
22 Apr  5 19 28 49.2 D     660wA8  4.3  4.1v  20+  53  54 56 108  69N  59 113  67 +2.0 -1.4 +1.2+2.0 .374    4.9      4 26 18.5  22 48 49 396.8 722.7
   R660 = upsilon Tauri
       660 is double: AB 4.3 13.1 117" 290.1, dT = -197sec
       660 = ups Tau, 4.28 to 4.31, V, Type DSCTC, Period 0.1484 days
22 Apr  5 20 18  4.1 d     664cB7  5.5  5.6s  20+  53  48 65 122  53N  43  89  51 +1.8 -1.5 +1.2+2.5 .329   21.2      4 27 17.5  22 59 47 396.4 678.0
   R664 = 72 Tauri
       664 is double: ** 6.2 6.2 0.050" 350.0, dT = +0.09sec
       664 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 309). Observations are highly desired
       664 = NSV 15998, 5.53, range 0.00, 8V, Type VAR, Period 0.50347 days
22 Apr  5 20 53  1.5 r     660wA8  4.3  4.1v  20+  53  43 70 139 -80S 250 283 258 +1.7 -1.5 +2.0+1.3 .339  175.5      4 26 18.5  22 48 49 396.2 653.1
   R660 = upsilon Tauri
       660 is double: AB 4.3 13.1 117" 290.1, dT = -264sec
       660 = ups Tau, 4.28 to 4.31, V, Type DSCTC, Period 0.1484 days
22 Apr  6  2 23 44.3 D     693kF5  6.0  5.8v  21+  55     32 275  70S 101  43 108 +0.6 -1.8 +0.6-1.7 .399  -17.1      4 36 29.1  23 20 27 399.3 809.2
   *** A light curve is desired as     693 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 247649941}
       693 = V1116 Tau, 6.02, range 0.01, V, Type DSCTC:
22 Apr  7  1  7 50.2 d     809 F5  8.4  8.1   29+  65  -5 57 257  43N  39 341  41 -0.4 -3.1 +2.3+2.0 .232   47.8      5 26  1.6  25 45 35 398.7 668.3
22 Apr  8  2 56 55.1 d     974WA0  8.8  8.7   39+  77     47 269  61N  63   2  59 -2.0 -4.2 +1.7-0.1 .314   34.8      6 22 25.9  26 40  8 399.7 741.7
       974 is double: AB 8.8 8.9 17.9" 349.0, dT = +16sec
22 Apr 11  4 22 14.8 d    1348 G5  8.1  7.6   68+ 111     56 250  30S 169 117 152 -5.3 -6.2 -0.1-3.9 .244  -50.8      9  2 45.2  21 31  9 392.0 734.3
22 Apr 12  5 28 35.2 d    1456 F2  8.4  8.2   77+ 123     50 249  85S 118  68  98 -6.0 -6.2 +1.1-1.8 .411    4.6      9 55 56.0  17 32 29 387.7 774.8
22 Apr 13  5 55 30.8 D    1569kA2  6.9* 6.8V  85+ 135     50 238  56N  83  40  61 -6.2 -5.9 +2.1-0.8 .305   43.1     10 46 19.3  12 44 52 382.5 773.9
   *** A light curve is desired as    1569 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 248882918}
      1569 = HD 93273, 6.903, , Type VAR
22 Apr 14  4 14 58.3 d    1673 K0  8.2* 7.6s  92+ 147     58 177  88N 118 121  95 -5.8 -5.5 +1.8-1.0 .387   10.5     11 33  7.4   7 24 40 377.0 720.0
      1673 = NSV 18791, 8.29, range 0.1, V, Type ROT, Period 21.42 days
22 Apr 18  7 32 33.0 R    2147cK0  6.9  6.4   97- 159     33 179  75N 302 303 288 -2.4 +0.3 +1.6-0.7 .427  179.0     15  3  6.4 -17 37 59 362.7 750.9
      2147 is double: ** 7.2 9.0 0.32" 163.0, dT = +0.6sec
      2147 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 448). Observations are highly desired
22 Apr 20  6 59 55.2 r    2452cB9  6.7  6.7   84- 132     17 145  66N 302 331 298 +0.5 +3.6 +1.0+0.2 .456  168.5     17  4  0.8 -25 41 53 363.6 821.3
   R2452 = 28 Ophiuchi
      2452 is double: ** 7.5 7.5 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.19sec
      2452 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1498). Observations are highly desired
22 Apr 20  7 11  5.6 r    2455 A9  6.6  6.5   84- 132     18 147  42N 326 354 322 +0.5 +3.7 +0.6-0.5 .373  144.2     17  4 43.5 -25 38 43 363.5 809.8
   R2455 = 31 Ophiuchi
22 Apr 21  9 32 13.1 r    2634dB8  7.2  7.2s  73- 118     22 165  31N 329 342 332 +1.6 +5.3 +1.2-1.1 .252  127.8     18 14 10.8 -27 30 10 364.4 725.1
      2634 is double: AB 7.2 13.7 6.8" 338.6, dT = -27sec
      2634 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      2634 = NSV 24338, 7.15 to 7.17, V
22 Apr 21 11 22 41.7 r    2643 K1  6.7  6.0   73- 117  -3 23 191  75N 285 276 288 +1.3 +5.4 +2.0-0.6 .390  165.2     18 16 57.5 -27 42 57 364.5 712.8
22 Apr 26 10  9 18.8 r    3396 A8  7.7  7.5   20-  53      4 109  67N 266 315 288 +5.8 +7.2 +0.5+1.4 .467  161.0     23  7 24.3 -11 48 24 381.2 912.7
22 May  4  2 17 34.3 D     775 G5  8.5  8.1    9+  35     20 287  47N  40 344  43 -0.3 -2.7 +1.0+0.5 .305   49.9      5 10 44.5  25  8 29 402.1 922.1
22 May  5  2 18 38.8 D     912 B8  7.0  7.0   16+  46     30 282  49N  47 348  45 -1.6 -3.9 +1.3+0.3 .286   49.6      6  3 33.9  26 31 45 402.0 860.4
22 May  6 22  7 48.4 d    1169 K5  5.3  4.5s  31+  67  35 72 134  88S 100 139  90 -3.1 -5.8 +2.3-0.1 .318   -2.0 .01  7 44  6.9  25 47  3 398.1 615.2
   R1169 = 76 Geminorum
      1169 = NSV 3703, 5.28 to 5.32, V
22 May  7  3  9  5.2 d    1185 F5  8.6  8.4   32+  69     38 273  33S 156  96 144 -4.1 -5.6 -0.3-3.2 .294  -46.2      7 50 57.6  25  6 38 399.9 823.0
22 May  9  1 30  4.3 D    1408cK3  7.4  6.7S  50+  90  -3 69 212  56N  75  49  56 -5.8 -6.5 +2.9+0.5 .248   45.0      9 31 44.0  20  0 20 392.2 667.0
      1408 is double: ** 8.2 8.2 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.39sec
      1408 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1404). Observations are highly desired
      1408 = NSV 18224, 7.42, 
22 May 10  6 48 25.1 D    1535 K0  6.9* 6.3   62+ 104     18 274  79N 101  48  80 -7.1 -5.9 +0.2-1.5 .487   17.9     10 28 48.5  14 20 37 390.4 968.2
22 May 11  4  7 10.1 d    1622 K2  8.2* 7.6   71+ 115     52 228  63N  88  52  65 -7.1 -5.7 +2.2-0.8 .311   39.8     11 12 43.0   9 51 57 382.4 750.3
22 May 14  1 53  6.9 d    1951pK0  7.1* 6.6   94+ 152  -6 31 133  56N  81 115  61 -5.1 -2.7 +1.9+1.6 .328   45.7     13 37 35.2 - 7 52 18 367.2 836.9
   R1951 = 81 Virginis
   *** A light curve is desired as    1951 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212715737}
      1951 is quadruple: AB 7.79 8.08 2.72"  38.8, dT = +6sec :  7.1 10.8 9.9" 338.3, dT = -6sec : AC 7.8 12.3 139" 326.9, dT = -170sec
      1951 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 May 14  4 43 38.2 D    1962wM2  5.0  4.2s  95+ 153     42 184  69N  94  91  74 -5.5 -2.3 +2.3-0.2 .352   34.0 .01 13 41 36.8 - 8 42 11 365.6 753.4
   R1962 = 82 Virginis
      1962 is double: AB 5.0 17.4 269" 121.0, dT = +679sec
      1962 = NSV 6390, 5.03, range 0.01, 1V, Type VAR, Period 4.30942 days
22 May 14  8 30 21.0 D    1973cK5  6.2*       95+ 155     17 241  88N 112  68  92 -6.0 -1.9 +0.9-1.6 .487    6.5     13 47 13.4 - 9 42 34 367.2 872.0
      1973 is double: AB 6.41 8.00 0.16" 324.6, dT = -0.27sec
      1973 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 May 16  3 40 52.5 D    2214WA5  6.3  6.2    0E 179     21 141  53U 140 171 128 -2.5 +1.0 +0.6-0.4 .464  -19.8     15 31 43.4 -20  9 54 359.9 861.9
      2214 is double: AB 6.3 8.9 11.2" 279.9, dT = -18sec
22 May 16  4 46 34.8 R    2214WA5  6.3  6.2    0E 179     27 157  41U 280 300 268 -2.6 +1.1 +1.7+0.3 .433 -160.4     15 31 43.4 -20  9 54 359.1 801.3
      2214 is double: AB 6.3 8.9 11.2" 279.9, dT = -26sec
22 May 19  7 29 48.6 r    2743cA5  7.6* 7.4   86- 136     18 153  79N 281 304 287 +2.5 +6.1 +1.6+0.5 .434  172.4     18 53  7.6 -27 45 23 360.5 765.8
      2743 is double: AB 7.7 8.9 0.39" 347.6, dT = -0.35sec
      2743 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 May 20  7 22 57.8 R    2914cG8  4.8  4.4   77- 122     12 139  47N 305 340 317 +4.2 +7.1 +0.9+0.2 .356  141.1     19 58 57.2 -26 11 45 364.3 807.5
   R2914 = 60 Sagittarii
      2914 is double: ** 5.8 5.8 0.050" 350.0, dT = -0.1sec
      2914 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1589). Observations are highly desired
22 May 21 10 25  2.0 R    3082wF3  7.1  6.9   65- 107  -7 26 163  28S 193 207 211 +5.1 +7.6 +1.2+2.3 .226 -124.2     21  7  3.7 -23  8 56 367.4 715.1
      3082 is double: AB 8.5 15.5 76" 355.6, dT = +319sec
22 May 25 10  1  5.7 R      66 A0  7.1  7.0   23-  57 -10 15 105  50S 204 252 226 +7.0 +5.7 +0.3+2.4 .383 -143.7      0 31 40.8 - 1 47 37 386.9 892.0
22 Jun 10  2 28 16.0 d    1903 F8  7.7  7.3s  75+ 120  -8 45 183  90N 113 111  92 -7.0 -3.0 +1.9-0.8 .391   16.0     13 16  3.1 - 5 40  7 371.9 734.5
      1903 = NSV 19680, 7.64 to 7.72, V, Type ROT, Period 4.901 days
22 Jun 11  3 14 30.1 D    2025 A2  6.8  6.8   85+ 134     39 182  56N  77  75  58 -6.3 -1.4 +2.9+0.5 .272   49.6     14  8 29.0 -11 49 46 366.1 745.7
22 Jun 12  2 49 17.5 D    2147cK0  6.9  6.4   92+ 147 -11 31 160  82S 114 130  99 -5.0 +0.3 +1.6-0.1 .441    9.2     15  3  6.4 -17 37 59 361.6 783.9
      2147 is double: ** 7.2 9.0 0.32" 163.0, dT = +0.47sec
      2147 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 448). Observations are highly desired
22 Jun 15  4 19 16.5 r    2643 K1  6.7  6.0   99- 169     13 144  66S 266 298 269 +0.5 +5.4 +1.4+1.0 .472 -166.1     18 16 57.5 -27 42 57 356.0 839.0
   Distance of 2643 to Terminator = 14.7"; to 3km sunlit peak = 5.0"
22 Jun 16  6  2 56.2 R    2848pK1  5.6  4.9   95- 154     18 150  39N 323 348 333 +2.5 +6.7 +1.0-0.7 .258  124.9     19 29 52.2 -26 59  8 357.0 782.2
   *** A light curve is desired as    2848 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 214245810}
      2848 is double: AB 5.6 8.8 7.6" 144.1, dT = +29sec
      2848 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Jun 20  8 55 50.5 R    3458 K0  6.2* 5.5   58-  99     27 129  89S 246 284 269 +7.7 +6.8 +1.3+1.6 .428  172.4     23 29  0.7 - 9 15 58 375.6 786.4
22 Jun 22 10 18 39   Gr    157kK0  7.3  6.6   36-  74  -7 36 ** GRAZE: CA 12.5N; Dist. 48km in az. 131deg. [Lat = 38.37+0.90(E.Long+94.35)]
22 Jun 22 10 19 54   M     157kK0  7.3  6.6   36-  74  -6 36 119  12N 324   7 345 +7.7 +4.6 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      1  6  5.8   3 16 29 386.1 794.2
   *** A light curve is desired as     157 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 220329825}
22 Jun 26  9 20 37.1 r     619dF   8.7  8.4    6-  29      4  65  73S 243 293 252 +4.2 -0.9 -0.5+1.4 .556 -173.9      4 12 11.3  21 32  9 403.31093.3
       619 is double: AB 8.9 13.5 4.1" 104.1, dT = +6sec
       619 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Jun 26 16 44 27.0 D     660wA8  4.3  4.1v   5-  26  64 74 195 -56S 117 104 125 +3.1 -1.7 +3.0-2.2 .216  -48.2      4 26 18.5  22 48 49 398.2 626.2
   R660 = upsilon Tauri
       660 is double: AB 4.3 13.1 117" 290.1, dT = -536sec
       660 = ups Tau, 4.28 to 4.31, V, Type DSCTC, Period 0.1484 days
22 Jun 26 17 48 19.6 R     660wA8  4.3  4.1v   5-  26  73 66 234  31S 205 162 212 +2.8 -1.8 +1.8+3.4 .219 -131.7      4 26 18.5  22 48 49 398.6 634.8
   R660 = upsilon Tauri
       660 is double: AB 4.3 13.1 117" 290.1, dT = -44sec
       660 = ups Tau, 4.28 to 4.31, V, Type DSCTC, Period 0.1484 days
22 Jun 26 18 49 48.2 r     664cB7  5.5  5.6s   5-  26  73 56 253  64S 238 184 245 +2.6 -1.9 +1.8+0.5 .327 -160.9      4 27 17.5  22 59 47 399.2 669.8
   R664 = 72 Tauri
       664 is double: ** 6.2 6.2 0.050" 350.0, dT = +0.06sec
       664 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 309). Observations are highly desired
       664 = NSV 15998, 5.53, range 0.00, 8V, Type VAR, Period 0.50347 days
22 Jul  3 20 43 21.4 d    1544 M2  5.4* 4.5v  20+  53  56 60 139  58S 140 172 119 -5.3 -6.2 +1.5-1.6 .332  -18.3 .01 10 32 11.8  14  8 14 393.4 667.4
   R1544 = 46 Leonis
      1544 = ES Leo, 5.46 to 5.56, Hp, Type SRB:
22 Jul  7  3 17 53.1 D    1866SA3  5.8  5.7   50+  90     30 235  48N  70  31  49 -7.7 -3.1 +2.0-0.7 .254   53.6     12 59 39.5 - 3 48 43 380.2 789.3
   R1866 = 44 Virginis
      1866 is triple: Aa,Ab 5.9 8.3 0.10" 356.5, dT = +0.11sec : AB 5.8 10.3 20.6"  53.9, dT = +78sec
      1866 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Jul  7 22 14 25.7 d    1962wM2  5.0  4.2s  60+ 101  38 29 133  86N 108 143  88 -6.6 -2.3 +1.3+0.4 .424   18.6 .01 13 41 36.8 - 8 42 11 375.8 815.1
   R1962 = 82 Virginis
      1962 is double: AB 5.0 17.4 269" 121.0, dT = +618sec
      1962 = NSV 6390, 5.03, range 0.01, 1V, Type VAR, Period 4.30942 days
22 Jul  8  2 27  4.9 D    1973cK5  6.2*       61+ 102  -8 37 207  75N  96  75  77 -7.3 -1.8 +2.1-0.9 .353   29.1     13 47 13.4 - 9 42 34 374.0 732.1
      1973 is double: AB 6.41 8.00 0.16" 324.2, dT = -0.3sec
      1973 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Jul 10  4 11 16.7 D    2228 K0  5.8  5.3   82+ 129     27 203  75S 117  98 105 -5.8 +1.7 +1.7-1.1 .418   -3.9     15 38 16.3 -21  0 59 363.3 738.9
22 Jul 15  8  9 27.5 r    3102cA0  7.0  7.0   96- 157     29 183  69S 246 244 264 +3.7 +7.4 +1.7+0.4 .434  178.5     21 14  1.8 -22 12 44 357.8 754.1
      3102 is double: ** 7.7 7.7 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.21sec
      3102 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1601). Observations are highly desired
22 Jul 17  7  2 27.6 r    3396 A8  7.7  7.5   83- 131     27 134  43S 205 240 227 +7.1 +6.9 +1.0+2.2 .366 -145.4     23  7 24.3 -11 48 24 367.6 793.3
22 Jul 19  6 12 14.5 r      95SF8  7.0* 6.7   63- 106     11  99  48S 206 256 228 +8.3 +5.0 +0.2+2.3 .421 -145.5      0 45 11.0   0 15 12 381.3 945.0
        95 is triple: Aa,Ab 7.8 7.8 0.10" 350.0, dT = +0.19sec : AB 7.0 13.9 55"  45.2, dT = +123sec
        95 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Jul 20  8 38 25.8 R     237 K0  7.0* 6.5S  52-  92     34 111   7S 166 213 186 +8.0 +3.5 -1.2+4.2 .160 -111.3      1 36 41.3   6 43  5 385.5 824.6
       237 = NSV 15341, 7.03, , Type VAR:
22 Aug  4  2 47 50.1 D    1946KG0  7.4  7.0s  35+  73     19 241  84N 105  61  85 -6.9 -1.8 +1.0-1.6 .431   14.5     13 33 11.3 - 8 26 36 381.5 823.4
   *** A light curve is highly desired as    1946 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212692562}
      1946 = NSV 19868, 7.46 to 7.52, Hp
22 Aug  4  3 29 51.2 d    1948DF8  8.1  7.8   36+  73     12 248  89N 110  63  90 -7.0 -1.7 +0.7-1.7 .467    6.7     13 34 17.7 - 8 37  8 382.1 871.4
      1948 is double: BA 8.2 8.1 1.4" 353.4, dT = -1.4sec
      1948 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Aug  5  0 33 24   M    2053SA1  4.5  4.5s  45+  85   9 36 195  15N  34  22  17 -6.5 -0.5 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     14 19  6.6 -13 22 16 375.4 712.9
   R2053 = lambda Virginis
      2053 is quadruple: AB 4.5            13.0 :  4.5            13.0 : AB 4.9 6.3 0.009"  69.4
      2053 = NSV 6621, 4.52 to 4.55, V
22 Aug  5  0 35 58   Gr   2053SA1  4.5  4.5s  45+  85   8 39 ** GRAZE: CA 15.6N; Dist.169km in az. 229deg. [Lat = 36.70-0.90(E.Long+94.35)]
22 Aug  7  3  0 13.7 d    2329kK0  7.9  7.3   68+ 111     24 203  67S 122 103 113 -5.5 +2.9 +1.8-1.2 .395  -14.3     16 14  2.1 -23 46 27 366.5 724.1
   *** A light curve is desired as    2329 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 204073449}
22 Aug  8  2  2 53.9 d    2478MG8  7.6* 7.0   78+ 124  -8 24 174  82N  84  89  81 -4.1 +4.3 +2.1+0.3 .386   20.4     17 15 13.2 -26 31 50 362.5 724.4
      2478 is triple: DB 7.8 5.1 287" 166.5, dT = +94sec : DA 7.8 5.1 289" 164.1, dT = +126sec
22 Aug  8  2  6 56.4 D    2479MK2  5.1  4.6   78+ 124  -9 24 175  83S  99 103  96 -4.1 +4.4 +2.0+0.0 .410    5.2     17 15 20.8 -26 36  6 362.5 723.1
   R2479 = 36 Ophiuchi N
      2479 is multiple: AB 5.1 5.1 5.1" 138.3, dT = +10sec : AE 5.1 12.3 38" 317.2, dT = -73sec : AD 5.1 7.8 289" 344.1, dT = -295sec : AC 5.1 6.5 732"  74.0, dT = +1622sec
      2479 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Aug  8  2  7  6.2 D    2480MK2  5.2        78+ 124  -9 24 175  83S  99 103  96 -4.1 +4.4 +2.0+0.0 .410    5.0     17 15 21.0 -26 36 10 362.5 723.1
   R2480 = 36 Ophiuchi S
      2480 is quadruple: BA 5.1 5.1 5.1" 318.3, dT = -10sec : EA 12.3 5.1 38" 137.2, dT = +73sec : BD 5.1 7.8 287" 346.5, dT = -268sec
      2480 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Aug  8  2 36 57.4 D    2482WK5  6.3  5.7v  78+ 125     25 182  75N  77  75  74 -4.1 +4.4 +2.2+0.2 .369   25.2     17 16 13.4 -26 32 46 362.4 717.2
      2482 = V2215 Oph, 6.26 to 6.34, V, Type RS
22 Aug  8  3 25  1.8 D    2488DB9  6.9* 7.0   79+ 125     23 193  78N  80  68  77 -4.3 +4.4 +2.0-0.2 .387   19.5     17 17 39.5 -26 37 44 362.4 721.3
   R2488 = 38 Ophiuchi
      2488 is double: AB 6.9 9.1 5.9" 337.2, dT = -3sec
      2488 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Aug 10  2 49 40.7 D    2848pK1  5.6  4.9   94+ 152     20 155  32N  13  34  23 -0.6 +6.7 +2.6+4.1 .128   73.0 .02 19 29 52.2 -26 59  8 358.0 762.0
   *** A light curve is desired as    2848 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 214245810}
      2848 is double: AB 5.6 8.8 7.6" 144.1, dT = -39sec
      2848 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Aug 10  3  2 32   Gr   2848pK1  5.6  4.9   94+ 152     20 ** GRAZE: CA 14.5N; Dist.194km in az.  13deg. [Lat = 40.82-0.18(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 2848 to Terminator = 11.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 2.3"
22 Aug 11  4  1 43   d    3012 A7  6.9* 6.8   99+ 166     23 156  37N 357  18  12 +1.3 +7.3 +1.1+5.2 .095   77.4     20 38  4.9 -24 13 44 357.5 758.8
   Distance of 3012 to Terminator = 9.9"; to 3km sunlit peak = 1.8"
22 Aug 12  5 35  0.4 d    3178cA0  6.2* 6.1  100- 174     30 162  54N 356  10  15 +3.1 +7.4 +0.1+3.4 .165   67.6     21 43 13.5 -19 37 15 358.7 754.8
      3178 is double:  6.2           350.0, dT = 0.00sec
   Distance of 3178 to Terminator = 3.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
22 Aug 12  5 52 28   Gr   3178cA0  6.2  6.1  100- 174     27 ** GRAZE: CA 75.4N; Dist.245km in az. 315deg. [Lat = 42.16+0.78(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 3178 to Terminator = 5.5"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
22 Aug 12  6  4 59.4 r    3178cA0  6.2* 6.1  100- 174     31 171  82S 310 318 329 +3.1 +7.4 +3.7-1.7 .165  112.4     21 43 13.5 -19 37 15 358.6 752.8
      3178 is double:  6.2           350.0, dT = 0.00sec
   Distance of 3178 to Terminator = 5.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
22 Aug 15  5  2 33.2 R      49 K1  6.1* 5.4   87- 137     20 110  22S 184 231 206 +7.4 +5.3 +0.2+2.9 .284 -125.3      0 24 29.6 - 2 13  9 373.2 889.2
22 Aug 15  9 10  5.2 r      62 F0  7.5* 7.3   86- 135     50 179  44S 204 205 226 +6.9 +4.8 +0.9+2.0 .370 -154.2      0 29 55.3 - 1  7  4 371.5 739.6
   R62 = 11 Ceti
22 Aug 16  8  7 59.0 r     189 K0  7.9  7.1   77- 123     48 137  70N 270 302 291 +7.5 +3.6 +2.2+0.9 .325  141.5      1 16 44.5   5  3 20 377.5 760.2
22 Aug 17 10 29 59.2 r     314 K5  7.8  6.9v  67- 110     62 173  64S 225 231 243 +7.1 +1.9 +1.5+1.7 .372 -172.7      2  8  7.2  11 11 26 383.1 697.1
       314 = HIP 9952, 7.75, range 0.01, 2V, Type VAR, Period 0.09093 days
22 Aug 18 10 58 24.6 R     434 K0  6.9  6.3   57-  98  -7 67 161  45S 208 224 223 +6.5 +0.4 +1.1+2.6 .319 -152.2      2 57 28.7  16 17 37 388.3 678.3
22 Aug 21  8 41 43.1 r     809 F5  8.4  8.1   29-  65     26  77  62N 296 353 298 +3.9 -3.3 +0.9+0.6 .341  136.3      5 26  1.6  25 45 35 401.3 916.2
22 Aug 22 10 29 14.2 r     974WA0  8.8  8.7   20-  54     37  84  70S 255 315 251 +2.4 -4.6 +0.6+1.7 .417 -176.0      6 22 25.9  26 40  8 401.4 814.8
       974 is double: AB 8.8 8.9 17.9" 349.0, dT = +3sec
22 Aug 23  8 26 33.5 R    1089 K0  6.7  6.1   14-  44      6  61  57N 314   4 306 +1.3 -5.1 +0.3+0.0 .358  131.6      7 11 30.0  26 24 21 404.61058.3
22 Aug 24 10 26 52.9 R    1226cK0  9.0  8.5    8-  32     17  72  83S 283 337 270 +0.0 -5.9 +0.2+0.9 .473  169.2      8  8  6.1  24 42 55 402.4 939.8
      1226 is double: ** 9.9 9.9 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.21sec
      1226 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 159). Observations are highly desired
22 Aug 30 18 46 22.3 d    1891SA1  4.4*       12+  41  59 37 139  47S 154 184 133 -4.6 -2.7 +0.7-1.3 .375  -25.1     13  9 57.0 - 5 32 20 382.4 768.1
   R1891 = Apami-Atsa = theta Vir.
      1891 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 4.49 6.83 0.39" 358.7, dT = -0.9sec : AB 4.4 9.4 6.8" 342.1, dT = -18sec : AC 4.4 10.4 72" 300.0, dT = -159sec
      1891 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Sep  1  1 43 53.1 D    2024DG8  8.0* 7.7   22+  56 -11 14 240  68S 132  88 113 -5.7 -0.4 +0.9-2.0 .434  -16.1     14  8  4.1 -12 55 42 380.1 832.1
      2024 is double: AB 8.1 9.0 6.2" 275.6, dT = -12sec
      2024 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Sep  3  1 28  1.7 D    2274pB9  6.9  6.8   42+  81  -9 22 211  66S 126 101 116 -4.9 +2.7 +1.7-1.5 .383  -17.9     15 54 41.6 -22 45 59 372.2 727.1
   *** A light curve is desired as    2274 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 204328424}
      2274 is double: AB 6.7 11.8 7.9" 280.0, dT = -18sec
      2274 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Sep  4  1 27 54.4 D    2427KG0  7.2  6.9   53+  94  -9 23 197  41N  48  33  43 -4.1 +4.2 +2.2+0.7 .228   54.7     16 54 20.7 -25 49 46 368.8 705.7
   *** A light curve is desired as    2427 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 203530127}
22 Sep  5  0 54 17.5 D    2583cA7  5.8  5.7   65+ 107  -3 23 174  39S 140 145 141 -3.0 +5.5 +1.7-0.9 .293  -42.6     17 56 41.8 -28  3 55 366.0 706.6
22 Sep  5  4  2 58.3 d    2601SK4  6.8        65+ 108     14 215  77N  76  45  77 -3.4 +5.5 +1.3-0.6 .433   11.0     18  2 54.3 -27 49 36 366.6 784.9
   R2601 = 7 Sagittarii
      2601 is triple: Aa,Ab 6.90 9.37 0.32"   0.0, dT = +0.19sec : AB 6.9 13.0 9.7"  47.2, dT = +20sec
      2601 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Sep  6  3 25 45.2 D    2784cK1  3.3  2.7   76+ 121     22 195  56N  47  34  54 -2.0 +6.6 +1.5+0.5 .343   33.9 .01 19  6 56.4 -27 40 13 363.6 729.8
   R2784 = tau Sagittarii
      2784 is double: AB 4.2 4.2 0.009" 135.1, dT = 0.00sec
22 Sep  6  4 30 46.4 R    2784cK1  3.3  2.7   76+ 122     17 209 -58N 291 266 299 -2.1 +6.5 +2.0-1.3 .367  146.3 .01 19  6 56.4 -27 40 13 364.0 778.0
   R2784 = tau Sagittarii
      2784 is double: AB 4.2 4.2 0.009" 135.1, dT = +0.02sec
22 Sep  8  2 54 50.7 d    3102cA0  7.0  7.0   93+ 148     26 157  86N  59  78  76 +1.3 +7.5 +1.7+1.2 .419    9.7     21 14  1.8 -22 12 44 361.8 746.1
      3102 is double: ** 7.7 7.7 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.2sec
      3102 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1601). Observations are highly desired
22 Sep 10 10 30 54   Gr   3425cB5  4.4  4.5v 100- 175     15 ** GRAZE: CA 72.2S; Dist.355km in az. 158deg. [Lat = 35.57+0.32(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 3425 to Terminator = 2.8"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
22 Sep 11  8  3 17.9 r       7 K0  7.6  7.0   99- 168     45 202  70S 246 229 268 +5.1 +5.2 +1.7+0.4 .415  164.8      0  5 25.5 - 3 51  6 368.3 767.6
   Distance of 7 to Terminator = 19.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 8.2"
22 Sep 13  8  5 13.7 r     258cA2  6.6* 6.6v  90- 143     59 165   6S 167 179 187 +6.4 +2.4 -1.1+4.8 .174 -116.0      1 45 42.5   8 33 33 377.4 725.1
   R258 = UZ Piscium
       258 is double: AB 6.8 8.2      350.0, dT = 0.00sec
       258 = UZ Psc, 6.43 to 6.65, V, Type ACV, Period 4.1321 days, Phase  50%
   Distance of 258 to Terminator = 2.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
22 Sep 13  8 33 30   Gr    257cK0  4.3  3.8s  90- 142     61 ** GRAZE: CA 20.3N; Dist.107km in az. 137deg. [Lat = 37.72+0.71(E.Long+94.35)]
22 Sep 13  8 35  5   M     257cK0  4.3  3.8s  90- 142     60 180  20N 322 321 341 +6.3 +2.4 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      1 45 23.6   9  9 28 377.5 717.8
   R257 = Torcular = omicron Piscium
       257 is double:  4.3 8.3      350.0
       257 = NSV 615, 4.25 to 4.28, V
22 Sep 14 11 44 48.9 r     391DF7  7.3  6.6   82- 129  -3 51 242  42S 204 159 220 +5.7 +0.5 +1.2+2.1 .305 -142.4      2 38 59.8  14 51 38 384.2 718.2
       391 is double: AB 7.4 9.6 6.8"  74.0, dT = +14sec
       391 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Sep 16  6 48  2.3 R     621pB9  6.1  6.1v  65- 107     36  89  71S 241 298 250 +5.4 -1.9 +0.4+1.9 .449 -176.8      4 12 51.3  22 24 48 393.9 858.9
   *** A light curve is desired as     621 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210964459}
       621 is double: ** 7.0 7.0 0.050" 350.0, dT = +0.04sec
       621 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1227). Observations are highly desired
       621 = V1137 Tau, 6.18 to 6.22, Hp, Type ACV:
22 Sep 16  7 31  3.0 R     625kF5  7.1  6.8   65- 107     44  96  39S 208 265 217 +5.3 -2.0 +0.1+2.8 .343 -144.6      4 14 30.4  22 27  7 393.3 803.5
   *** A light curve is desired as     625 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210966863}
22 Sep 16  9 45  7.2 r     630pF5  7.7        64- 106     68 132  16S 186 225 194 +4.9 -2.2 -0.1+5.1 .184 -121.4      4 18 14.5  22 48 25 392.2 671.2
   *** A light curve is desired as     630 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210989414}
       630 is double: AB 8.26 8.45 0.70"  84.2, dT = +0.8sec
       630 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Sep 17  6 13 22.5 r     753 G8  7.4  7.0   56-  97     22  75  71S 246 302 250 +4.5 -3.1 +0.0+1.7 .494 -175.2      5  3 52.0  24 58 22 398.7 957.9
22 Sep 20  6 44  0.6 R    1169 K5  5.3  4.5s  28-  64      1  58  56N 316   3 305 +0.7 -5.7 +0.1-0.1 .382  133.7      7 44  6.9  25 47  3 404.11085.1
   R1169 = 76 Geminorum
      1169 = NSV 3703, 5.28 to 5.32, V
22 Sep 22  9  5 26   M    1408cK3  7.4  6.7S  12-  40      5  68  13N  11  62 353 -1.6 -6.3 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      9 31 44.0  20  0 20 399.71011.3
      1408 is double: ** 8.2 8.2 0.10"  90.0
      1408 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1404). Observations are highly desired
      1408 = NSV 18224, 7.42, 
22 Sep 23 10 35 15.2 R    1514 A1  6.2  6.2s   6-  28     10  79  26S 236 288 215 -2.5 -6.1 -0.3+3.0 .306 -128.0     10 21 50.3  14 58 33 395.8 954.6
   R1514 = 42 Leonis
      1514 = NSV 4828, 6.09 to 6.17, V
22 Sep 23 17 22  9.5 r    1544 M2  5.4* 4.5v   5-  26  49 64 203  50N 340 322 319 -3.5 -5.9 +0.7-2.9 .305  146.3 .01 10 32 11.8  14  8 14 390.2 693.4
   R1544 = 46 Leonis
      1544 = ES Leo, 5.46 to 5.56, Hp, Type SRB:
22 Sep 30 20 21 42.9 d    2371 B3  4.8  4.9S  27+  62  38 21 154  39S 152 174 144 -2.6 +3.7 +0.6-0.8 .338  -37.6     16 30 12.5 -25  6 55 370.8 767.9
   R2371 = 22 Scorpii
      2371 = NSV 20658, 4.79, , Type VAR:
22 Oct  2  2 21 22.5 D    2545cF0  6.4  6.2   39+  78     11 220  61S 122  87 122 -2.6 +5.4 +1.7-1.8 .370  -33.6     17 43 17.7 -27 53  2 369.9 797.9
      2545 is double: ** 6.6 8.5 0.09" 200.4, dT = +0.05sec
      2545 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 113). Observations are highly desired
22 Oct  3  2 21  3.9 d    2727kA*  7.4  7.4v  51+  91     17 208  73S 103  78 108 -1.5 +6.5 +1.8-1.1 .392  -22.0     18 47 37.1 -28 16 47 368.2 755.7
   *** A light curve is desired as    2727 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 213786701}
      2727 = HIP 92215, 7.45 to 7.48, V, Type ACV, Period 1.93789 days, Phase  20%
22 Oct  4  4 48 28.8 D    2910cG3  4.7  4.3   63+ 105      9 225  49N  36 358  48 -0.6 +7.1 +0.2+0.3 .407   33.6     19 55 50.4 -26 17 58 368.4 873.7
   R2910 = omega Sagittarii
      2910 is double: ** 5.6 5.6 0.001"  51.3, dT = 0.00sec
22 Oct  5  2  0 53.1 D    3052DK0  6.4        73+ 117     27 176  89N  70  74  86 +0.9 +7.6 +1.9+0.5 .403   -3.0     20 53  1.2 -23 47  0 366.4 716.8
      3052 is double: AB 6.57 8.57 1.34" 197.3, dT = -2sec
      3052 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Oct  7  4 19 18   M    3349WK5  4.1* 3.2s  91+ 145     38 184   7S 143 140 165 +3.1 +6.8 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     22 49 35.5 -13 35 33 367.6 749.8
   R3349 = tau Aquarii
      3349 is double: AB 4.2 9.9 133" 297.4
      3349 = NSV 14329, 3.98 to 4.04, V
   Distance of 3349 to Terminator = 3.1"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
22 Oct  7  4 20 11   Gr   3349WK5  4.1  3.2s  91+ 145     36 ** GRAZE: CA  6.3S; Dist. 66km in az. 310deg. [Lat = 39.95+0.92(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 3349 to Terminator = 6.1"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
22 Oct  7  7 42 35.5 d    3358 K2  6.9  6.1   91+ 146     19 236  36N   6 325  28 +2.7 +6.4 -0.3+2.0 .324   49.8     22 54  7.1 -12 11 26 369.7 900.9
   R3358 = 75 Aquarii
22 Oct 11  4  9 33.7 r     314 K5  7.8  6.9v  98- 164     42 113  48S 213 260 231 +5.8 +1.8 +0.5+2.3 .416 -158.7      2  8  7.2  11 11 26 380.7 825.6
       314 = HIP 9952, 7.75, range 0.01, 2V, Type VAR, Period 0.09093 days
22 Oct 11  8 45 21.9 r     330 A0  8.2  8.0   98- 162     57 224  48S 211 178 229 +5.1 +1.2 +1.2+1.8 .351 -154.8      2 14 12.6  12 17  2 380.5 715.4
22 Oct 11 12  0 27.0 r     340 G5  6.9* 6.3   97- 161  -5 23 268  70S 234 181 251 +4.6 +0.9 +0.7+0.0 .460 -166.5      2 18 52.2  12 59 32 384.0 880.8
22 Oct 12  3 47 12.3 R     434 K0  6.9  6.3   94- 152     32  95  34S 198 252 213 +5.8 +0.3 -0.2+2.6 .361 -139.0      2 57 28.7  16 17 37 386.1 896.1
22 Oct 12 11 10 24.0 R     455SB1  6.1* 6.2   93- 149     44 257  70S 234 181 248 +4.5 -0.6 +1.4+0.4 .387 -165.4      3  7 25.7  17 52 48 386.4 748.6
   R455 = 53 Arietis (UW)
       455 is triple: Aa,Ab 6.8 6.8      350.0, dT = 0.00sec : AB 6.1 10.4 106" 359.1, dT = +159sec
22 Oct 13 13 51  2   Gr    599SK0  4.4  3.8   86- 136  14 25 ** GRAZE: CA  2.8S; Dist.395km in az.  19deg. [Lat = 42.80-0.27(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 599 to Terminator = 4.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
22 Oct 14  5  4 34.0 R     714kF7  6.2  5.9   81- 128     33  84  19S 190 248 196 +4.4 -2.8 -0.9+3.5 .252 -122.9      4 43 13.8  24  5 20 394.6 888.1
   R714 = 95 Tauri
   *** A light curve is desired as     714 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 247753812}
22 Oct 14  8 49 25.8 r     724kF2  8.3* 8.0   80- 127     73 142  57S 229 261 234 +3.8 -3.2 +1.6+2.2 .319 -158.8      4 48 35.7  24 44 35 392.5 650.2
   *** A light curve is desired as     724 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 247848696}
22 Oct 14 12 16  7.9 r     733SA0  7.2        79- 126  -3 55 259  38N 314 256 319 +3.0 -3.4 +1.2-3.9 .227  128.9      4 53 36.5  25 21 59 393.9 689.4
       733 is triple: AB 7.4 9.1 0.17"  12.5, dT = -0.39sec : AC 7.4 10.1 0.20" 349.8, dT = -0.7sec
       733 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Oct 15  6 41 19.2 R     849cG9  6.5  5.9   72- 116     43  88  61N 295 356 296 +3.2 -4.2 +1.6+0.3 .308  137.9      5 38 57.4  26 37  5 397.1 798.9
       849 is double: ** 7.3 7.3 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.29sec
       849 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 210). Observations are highly desired
22 Oct 16  4 49 47.7 r     994cF5  6.6  6.3   64- 106     13  66  89N 273 326 269 +2.3 -4.9 -0.1+1.1 .508  167.8      6 28 56.4  26 58  3 401.91013.0
       994 is double: ** 6.8 7.7 0.003" 269.0, dT = -0.01sec
22 Oct 16  8 43  7.8 R    1013cG0  7.0        62- 104     56  98  83N 280 340 275 +1.8 -5.3 +1.8+0.6 .341  162.7      6 36 26.3  27 16 42 398.3 689.8
      1013 is double: AB 7.14 8.97 0.72" 274.5, dT = -2.1sec
      1013 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Oct 16 12  4  0.2 R    1028 G8  7.5  7.1   62- 103  -5 75 221  38S 221 186 216 +1.0 -5.5 +2.8+3.4 .187 -125.9      6 41 42.7  27  4 54 397.6 614.8
22 Oct 17  7 20 14.6 R    1131 A2  7.3  7.3   53-  94     30  79  29S 218 276 208 +0.8 -5.9 -0.3+3.4 .279 -130.2      7 28  0.9  26 13 39 401.1 841.9
22 Oct 17 17 39 18.3 r    1169 K5  5.3  4.5s  50-  90  41 23 285  82N 289 232 278 -1.0 -5.9 +0.0-1.6 .484  180.0      7 44  6.9  25 47  3 401.8 942.6
   R1169 = 76 Geminorum
      1169 = NSV 3703, 5.28 to 5.32, V
22 Oct 18 10 38 48   Gr   1263DF0  6.9  6.8S  43-  82     58 ** GRAZE: CA  3.0N; Dist.261km in az. 357deg. [Lat = 41.38+0.04(E.Long+94.35)]
22 Oct 18 11  0  8.8 R    1263DF0  6.9  6.8S  43-  82     61 111  34N 341  34 327 -0.9 -6.5 +2.0-4.2 .177  122.1      8 26 39.8  24 32  3 398.0 644.1
   R1263 = 24 Cancri
      1263 is double: A,BC 6.9 7.5 5.6"  51.9, dT = -10sec
      1263 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1263 = NSV 4076, 6.51, , Type CST
22 Oct 18 12 58 31.3 r    1270cF0  6.1  5.9v  42-  81   5 75 179  83S 278 278 263 -1.4 -6.5 +2.4-0.4 .314 -166.8      8 28 36.8  24  8 42 397.4 621.2
   R1270 = 28 Cancri (CX)
      1270 is double: ** 6.9 6.9 0.050" 350.0, dT = -0.05sec
      1270 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1387). Observations are highly desired
      1270 = CX Cnc, 6.1, range 0.02, 5V, Type DSCTC, Period 0.096 days
22 Oct 18 14 46 23.7 r    1274cF0  5.7* 5.5s  42-  80  23 63 244  49N 326 276 311 -1.8 -6.4 +0.9-3.0 .304  149.3      8 31 30.5  24  4 52 397.7 681.8
   R1274 = upsilon 1 Cancri
      1274 = NSV 17909, 5.691, range 0.01, 4w, Type PULS, Period 0.109096 days, Phase  76%
22 Oct 19  9 13 34.3 R    1373dA2  6.5* 6.5   34-  71     31  87  76S 276 332 258 -1.7 -6.6 +0.8+1.1 .413 -173.2      9 13 37.3  21 17  0 398.6 804.5
   R1373 = 90 H1. Cancri
      1373 is double: AB 6.4 13.8 6.7" 257.7, dT = -15sec
      1373 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Oct 20  8  0 55.0 r    1470 F5  8.1  7.8   25-  60      6  73  33N 350  41 330 -2.5 -6.4 +1.0-2.7 .213  114.7     10  0 42.0  17 34  5 398.3 982.8
22 Oct 20 11  9 32.3 D    1484cA0  3.5  3.5s  24-  59     41 102 -83S 120 173 100 -2.9 -6.4 +1.3+0.0 .383   -7.2     10  7 20.0  16 45 46 394.4 738.9
   R1484 = eta Leonis
      1484 is double: AB 3.5 8.4 0.10" 237.2, dT = -0.12sec
      1484 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1484 = NSV 4738, 3.46 to 3.60, V
22 Oct 20 12 31 25.1 R    1484cA0  3.5  3.5s  24-  59  -1 56 122  87S 291 334 270 -3.1 -6.4 +1.9-0.1 .352 -172.7     10  7 20.0  16 45 46 393.1 676.4
   R1484 = eta Leonis
      1484 is double: AB 3.5 8.4 0.10" 237.2, dT = -0.17sec
      1484 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1484 = NSV 4738, 3.46 to 3.60, V
22 Oct 22 10 52 32.5 r    1690 K5  8.7* 7.9   10-  36     15  94  77S 286 337 263 -3.9 -5.1 +0.4+0.8 .473 -168.6     11 38 32.8   6 30  0 388.4 909.1
22 Oct 24 13 52 47.7 d Mercury    -1.1 -1.1    1-  10  13 23 120 -86S 122 169 105 -4.1 -2.3 +0.8+0.0 .407    1.2     13 20  9.9 - 6 41  8 377.5 746.1
   Mercury contacts: Dark limb 13 52 41; Terminator 13 52 42; Bright limb 13 52 54: diam = 5.1"; %illum = 94.5%; PA bright limb = 121.3
22 Oct 24 15 14 48.9 R Mercury    -1.1 -1.1    1-  10  26 35 139  79N 316 343 292 -4.2 -2.1 +1.2-0.6 .368  178.6     13 20  9.9 - 6 41  8 376.1 671.4
   Mercury contacts: Dark limb 15 14 42; Terminator 15 14 47.0; Bright limb 15 14 56: diam = 5.1"; %illum = 94.5%; PA bright limb = 121.3
22 Oct 31 23 16  6.5 d    2998 A0  6.4  6.4   46+  86   0 25 166  52N  38  50  53 +2.0 +7.6 +1.7+1.4 .328   34.4     20 32 52.4 -24 56 38 367.5 708.9
22 Nov  2  5 51 16.5 d    3178cA0  6.2* 6.1   60+ 102      3 242  88N  67  21  86 +2.4 +7.1 +0.3-0.5 .540   -6.3     21 43 13.5 -19 37 15 372.1 979.6
      3178 is double:  6.2           350.0, dT = 0.00sec
22 Nov  4  0 58 15.4 d    3438kB3  7.7  7.8   79+ 126     35 146  81S  72  98  95 +4.6 +6.4 +1.8+1.2 .396  -17.5     23 21 50.9 - 9 45 41 372.9 750.9
   *** A light curve is desired as    3438 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 245989196}
22 Nov  4  2 10 58.8 d    3442KF5  7.9  7.6   79+ 126     41 168  80N  53  63  75 +4.4 +6.3 +1.6+1.2 .406   -0.9     23 23 17.5 - 9 23  6 372.5 733.4
   *** A light curve is highly desired as    3442 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 246003951}
22 Nov  5  1 15 24.3 D      20 G5  6.7* 6.2   87+ 139     37 135  60N  32  65  54 +5.2 +5.3 +0.9+2.1 .398   21.3      0 11  9.6 - 3 19 17 375.5 776.9
22 Nov  5  6 32 25.5 d      37 K2  7.2  6.5   89+ 140     33 235  85N  57  18  79 +4.4 +4.7 +1.1+0.1 .446   -3.7      0 18 18.5 - 2  0 53 376.5 816.5
22 Nov  5  6 40 24.0 d      36 G5  7.1  6.6   89+ 141     32 237  38N  11 330  33 +4.4 +4.7 +0.3+2.1 .328   43.4      0 17 48.4 - 1 51 46 376.6 823.8
22 Nov  7  0  6 51.5 d     258cA2  6.6* 6.6v  98+ 163 -11 18  94  88N  60 112  79 +5.8 +2.6 +0.3+1.8 .514   -1.5      1 45 42.5   8 33 33 383.5 956.3
   R258 = UZ Piscium
       258 is double: AB 6.8 8.2      350.0, dT = 0.00sec
       258 = UZ Psc, 6.43 to 6.65, V, Type ACV, Period 4.1321 days, Phase  74%
22 Nov  7  6  7 10.2 d     282 G5  7.8* 7.4   98+ 165     58 209  62S  91  69 110 +4.9 +1.9 +2.5-0.6 .304  -37.9      1 54 12.0   9 57  2 380.9 712.4
22 Nov  8 12 16 22.4 D     423 F5  6.3  6.1   53E 180  -7  7 285  74S  80  29  96 +4.0 +0.0 +0.0-0.9 .525   -6.3      2 53 11.7  16 29  0 390.0 999.9
22 Nov 10  2 21 37.6 r     630pF5  7.7        97- 160     26  80  68S 234 291 242 +4.4 -2.2 +0.0+1.9 .486 -168.2      4 18 14.5  22 48 25 393.7 948.7
   *** A light curve is desired as     630 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210989414}
       630 is double: AB 8.26 8.45 0.70"  84.3, dT = +1.2sec
       630 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Nov 12  3 10 38.0 r     926cB9  7.1  7.1   87- 137     18  70  44S 221 276 219 +2.5 -4.6 -0.6+2.2 .407 -143.5      6  7 20.0  26 40 56 400.4 982.7
       926 is double: AB 7.0      0.11" 182.2, dT = -0.21sec
       926 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Nov 12  5 36 58.3 r     937 A0  8.4  8.3   86- 136     45  89  83N 275 336 273 +2.2 -4.9 +1.3+1.1 .381  162.6      6 11 46.8  27  7 59 398.1 770.8
22 Nov 12  9 52 12.6 R     958cK1  6.7* 6.1   85- 135     76 220  71S 249 215 246 +1.4 -5.2 +2.4+0.8 .298 -158.2      6 18 20.8  27 12 37 396.8 618.6
       958 is double: ** 7.5 7.5 0.050" 350.0, dT = +0.03sec
       958 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1307). Observations are highly desired
22 Nov 13  8 57  2.7 R    1088 A4  5.8* 5.7S  78- 124     72 128  63S 247 291 239 +0.5 -5.9 +2.2+1.8 .287 -153.7      7 11 23.1  26 51 24 398.4 618.8
   R1088 = 47 Geminorum
      1088 = NSV 17371, 5.77, , Type DSCT:
22 Nov 13  9  9 54   Gr   1093SF8  6.6     s  78- 124     76 ** GRAZE: CA -0.1N; Dist.178km in az. 179deg. [Lat = 37.42+0.02(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 1093 to Terminator = 2.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
22 Nov 13 12 54 16.4 R    1105cG7  6.5        77- 123  -1 53 264  81S 266 206 257 -0.4 -5.9 +1.6-1.0 .351 -159.9      7 17  3.4  26 41 22 399.5 724.6
      1105 is double: AB 7.00 7.70 0.20" 236.1, dT = -0.49sec
      1105 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Nov 14  6 48 47.1 R    1206 G8  5.9  5.3   70- 114     39  87  74S 264 323 252 -0.2 -6.3 +0.9+1.5 .390 -170.9      8  0 55.9  25 23 34 400.9 767.5
   R1206 = omega Cancri
22 Nov 16  9  6 41.2 R    1435wK0  6.5  5.9   51-  91     43 101  80S 280 333 260 -2.9 -6.6 +1.4+0.8 .365 -169.1      9 44 30.0  18 51 49 397.8 716.9
      1435 is double: AB 6.5 12.6 31" 263.9, dT = -83sec
22 Nov 16 10  5 33.7 R    1436 K0  6.8  6.1   51-  91     54 114  69S 269 317 249 -3.0 -6.5 +2.0+1.1 .315 -154.7      9 45 51.9  18 41  1 396.9 670.0
22 Nov 17  7  5 57.7 r    1532 K0  7.6  7.0   42-  81     10  79  67N 316   8 295 -3.6 -6.2 +0.3-0.2 .432  152.7     10 28 25.3  14 45 12 398.1 939.8
22 Nov 17  7 12 14.8 r    1535 K0  6.9* 6.3   42-  81     11  80   9S 211 264 190 -3.6 -6.2 -1.3+9.0 .104 -102.5     10 28 48.5  14 20 37 398.0 931.7
22 Nov 17  8 30 35.6 d    1544 M2  5.4* 4.5v  42-  80     25  92 -54S 148 202 127 -3.7 -6.2 +0.8-1.1 .347  -36.2 .01 10 32 11.8  14  8 14 396.3 826.5
   R1544 = 46 Leonis
      1544 = ES Leo, 5.46 to 5.56, Hp, Type SRB:
22 Nov 17  9 31  1.5 R    1544 M2  5.4* 4.5v  41-  80     37 103  56S 259 311 238 -3.9 -6.2 +1.3+2.0 .317 -143.7 .01 10 32 11.8  14  8 14 395.0 754.7
   R1544 = 46 Leonis
      1544 = ES Leo, 5.46 to 5.56, Hp, Type SRB:
22 Nov 25 23 54  0   d    2601SK4  6.8         6+  28 -11  4 229  -4N   5 323   6 -1.4 +5.8 -3.2+5.7 .091   79.8     18  2 54.3 -27 49 36 362.4 895.0
   R2601 = 7 Sagittarii
      2601 is triple: Aa,Ab 6.90 9.37 0.32" 358.5, dT = +4sec : AB 6.9 13.0 9.7"  47.3, dT = +79sec
      2601 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Nov 28  1 54 25.9 D    2965 G2  7.2  6.9   22+  56      7 229  36N  26 346  40 +1.8 +7.2 -0.1+0.7 .391   41.0     20 19 45.2 -25 13 43 364.7 917.7
22 Dec  4  2 47 10.5 d     235SF8  7.6        84+ 133     59 172  63S  94 100 114 +6.0 +2.5 +2.8+0.0 .280  -43.2      1 36  2.8   7 38 43 382.1 710.6
       235 is quadruple: AB 7.5 7.6 1.8"  59.7, dT = +5sec : AC 7.5 15.1 30"  81.0, dT = +105sec : AD 7.5 10.1 78"  74.2, dT = +262sec
       235 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Dec  4  3 21 35.7 D     238 M0  6.4* 5.6v  84+ 133     59 189  74S  83  77 103 +5.9 +2.4 +2.4+0.2 .322  -32.3      1 36 43.5   7 49 54 382.1 706.0
       238 = CY Psc, 6.34 to 6.55, Hp, Type SRB, Period 33.5 days
22 Dec  4  6 38 41.4 D     247cF2  6.3* 6.1   85+ 134     34 252  58N  35 347  55 +5.3 +2.1 +0.9+1.0 .389   24.8      1 40 34.9   8 45 39 384.5 799.6
       247 is double: ** 7.1 7.1 0.10" 111.0, dT = +0.06sec
       247 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1030). Observations are highly desired
22 Dec  4  9 12  6.9 D     257cK0  4.3  3.8s  86+ 136      6 277  84S  74  22  93 +5.1 +2.0 +0.1-0.7 .523   -6.4      1 45 23.6   9  9 28 387.8 989.5
   R257 = Torcular = omicron Piscium
       257 is double:  4.3 8.3      350.0, dT = 0.00sec
       257 = NSV 615, 4.25 to 4.28, V
22 Dec  6  7 41 53.1 d     480cA0  7.4  7.5v  97+ 158     46 257  82N  68  15  82 +4.3 -1.0 +1.4-0.2 .387    1.3      3 19 47.8  19  4 35 390.4 733.4
       480 is double: ** 8.1 8.1 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.24sec
       480 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 362). Observations are highly desired
       480 = XX Ari, 7.33 to 7.42, V, Type ACV, Period 2.4994 days, Phase  44%
22 Dec  7  3  7  2.4 D     599SK0  4.4  3.8   99+ 169     57 111  61S 115 167 125 +4.6 -2.0 +2.7-0.3 .235  -52.9 .01  4  4 41.7  22  4 55 392.0 738.8
   R599 = 37 Tauri = A Tauri
       599 is triple: AB 4.5 10.0 134" 193.8, dT = +111sec : AC 4.5 12.6 236" 215.7, dT = -187sec
   Distance of 599 to Terminator = 14.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 4.8"
22 Dec  7  3 22 17   Gr    599SK0  4.4  3.8   99+ 169     63 ** GRAZE: CA 25.4S; Dist.383km in az. 139deg. [Lat = 34.44+0.68(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 599 to Terminator = 4.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
22 Dec  7  3 56 11.2 r     599SK0  4.4  3.8   99+ 169     66 127 -13S 190 232 199 +4.5 -2.1 +0.1+4.3 .220 -127.0 .01  4  4 41.7  22  4 55 391.7 695.5
   R599 = 37 Tauri = A Tauri
       599 is triple: AB 4.5 10.0 134" 193.8, dT = -606sec : AC 4.5 12.6 236" 215.7, dT = -963sec
22 Dec  8  2 57 26.3 D Mars       -1.9 -1.9  100+ 178     48  94  30N 114 171 117 +3.8 -3.3 +1.8+0.3 .311  -43.1      4 57 15.7  24 57 31 395.4 817.5
   Distance of Mars to Terminator = 0.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
   Mars contacts: Bright limb  2 56 59; Terminator  2 57 50; Dark limb  2 57 54: diam = 17.0"; %illum = 100.0%; PA bright limb = 355.4
22 Dec  8  3 51 43.0 R Mars       -1.9 -1.9  100+ 177     58 105  63S 207 262 211 +3.7 -3.4 +0.4+3.3 .287 -136.8      4 57 15.7  24 57 31 394.8 755.2
   Distance of Mars to Terminator = 0.7"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
   Mars contacts: Dark limb  3 51 13; Terminator  3 51 29; Bright limb  3 52 13: diam = 17.0"; %illum = 100.0%; PA bright limb = 355.4
22 Dec 10  6 13 43.0 R    1042cA2  6.7* 6.6   96- 156     66 112  80N 276 330 270 +1.3 -5.6 +2.1+0.5 .330  171.4      6 49 10.2  27 11 25 398.7 645.7
      1042 is double:  6.7 9.8 0.10" 350.0, dT = -0.08sec
      1042 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
22 Dec 11  5  5 30.9 r    1162 K2  8.2  7.6   91- 146     43  90  43S 227 286 216 +0.4 -6.1 +0.5+3.3 .274 -135.6      7 41 17.4  25 53 19 401.2 746.7
22 Dec 11  6 24 49   Gr   1169 K5  5.3  4.5s  91- 145     59 ** GRAZE: CA  1.3S; Dist. 54km in az. 350deg. [Lat = 39.52+0.14(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 1169 to Terminator = 1.3"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
22 Dec 12  3 51 48   Gr   1274cF0  5.7  5.5s  86- 135     21 ** GRAZE: CA  4.2N; Dist.100km in az. 334deg. [Lat = 40.03+0.38(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 1274 to Terminator = 7.1"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
22 Dec 12  4  0 36.4 R    1274cF0  5.7* 5.5s  85- 135     21  76  23N 347  43 332 -0.6 -6.4 +2.2-3.9 .143  108.3      8 31 30.5  24  4 52 403.6 891.3
   R1274 = upsilon 1 Cancri
      1274 = NSV 17909, 5.691, range 0.01, 4w, Type PULS, Period 0.109096 days, Phase  85%
22 Dec 12  4 33 59   Gr   1279cG9  6.4  5.8   85- 135     28 ** GRAZE: CA  3.7N; Dist.179km in az. 157deg. [Lat = 37.27+0.33(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 1279 to Terminator = 6.3"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
22 Dec 12  8 54 28.9 R    1290pF8  6.9  6.6   84- 134     73 149  52N 318 344 303 -1.5 -6.5 +1.9-2.2 .282  151.9      8 38 45.5  23 41  9 399.7 619.3
   *** A light curve is desired as    1290 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212178066}
      1290 is triple: AB 6.9 16.7      301.0, dT = 0.00sec : AC 6.9 11.4 654" 117.0, dT = +2162sec
22 Dec 13  6  3 44.0 r    1390kG0  7.7* 7.4   78- 124     33  90  67S 262 318 244 -2.1 -6.5 +0.8+1.7 .368 -157.4      9 23 47.1  20 21 52 401.6 776.9
   *** A light curve is desired as    1390 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 251341358}
22 Dec 14  8  2 28.8 R    1499 K0  7.1  6.4   69- 112     45 108  48N 332  22 311 -3.6 -6.2 +1.3-1.8 .295  143.8     10 14 31.8  16  8 18 398.5 706.9
22 Dec 16 10 51 33.2 R    1709 K0  6.6  6.0   49-  89     50 141  17N   7  36 344 -5.9 -4.5 -0.3-4.3 .194  121.5     11 49  7.1   5 11  0 390.2 702.0
22 Dec 20 17  7  2.3 r    2172SA*  4.5* 4.6s  10-  37  26 27 205  54S 247 227 234 -6.4 +2.0 +2.4-0.1 .274 -131.4     15 12 13.2 -19 47 31 366.9 736.8
   R2172 = iota Librae
      2172 is triple: Aa,Ab 5.1 5.5 0.12"  90.0, dT = +0.39sec : AB 4.5 10.9 57" 110.9, dT = +152sec
      2172 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      2172 = NSV 6981, 4.53 to 4.56, V, Type ACV, Period 3.0993 days, Phase   1%
22 Dec 21 12 57 31.1 d    2305cB8  5.9* 5.9v   5-  26  -7 11 133 -32S 154 192 144 -4.7 +3.1 +0.0-0.7 .409  -37.3     16  6  6.4 -23 36 23 364.2 907.9
      2305 is double: AB 6.0 9.2 0.10" 128.0, dT = +0.22sec
      2305 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      2305 = V0929 Sco, 5.89 to 5.91, V, Type SXARI, Period 1.49498 days, Phase  51%
22 Dec 27 23 53 22.1 d    3350 K1  8.4  7.8   27+  63 -10 36 201  38N  18   1  40 +5.5 +6.5 +0.5+1.6 .361   34.6     22 50 34.1 -12 41 29 365.1 776.4
22 Dec 28  1 56 19.9 D    3358 K2  6.9  6.1   28+  64     23 231  64N  44   5  65 +5.3 +6.2 +0.6+0.4 .483   11.2     22 54  7.1 -12 11 26 366.8 875.9
   R3358 = 75 Aquarii
22 Dec 31  6 25 56.1 d     215kF2  6.5  6.4   62+ 104     13 269  70S  88  36 108 +6.4 +2.2 +0.3-1.3 .457  -24.0      1 29  3.1   7 17 39 384.6 932.8
   R215 = 96 Piscium
   *** A light curve is desired as     215 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 220523471}





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