2018 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
18 Jan  1  0 30 58.7 d     862 K0  7.3* 6.6   98+ 165     26  86  72N  54 109  55 -0.9 +5.7 +0.1+1.9 .533   24.2      5 42 28.8  18 59 15 354.61006.2
18 Jan  1  0 39 34.9 D     863 B9  6.7* 6.7   98+ 165     27  87  78N  60 115  61 -0.9 +5.7 +0.2+1.8 .549   18.1      5 42 53.7  18 58 49 354.4 993.8
   R863 = 127 Tauri
18 Jan  1  1 11 49.4 d   94814 A0  7.7* 7.6   98+ 165     33  92  57S 104 160 105 -0.9 +5.7 +0.9+0.7 .496  -26.2      5 44 16.6  18 50  4 353.8 948.6
18 Jan  1  2  6  5.8 d   94840SF2  7.7  7.4   98+ 165     43 101  41S 121 175 121 -0.9 +5.6 +1.5-0.1 .379  -42.5      5 46  8.4  18 51 38 352.9 878.6
     94840 is triple: AB 7.7 10.9 3.9"  20.0, dT = -1.9sec : AC 7.7 12.5 9.3" 235.0, dT = -10sec
     94840 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 94840 to Terminator = 13.0"; to 3km sunlit peak = 3.8"
18 Jan  1  5 16 55.5 d   94943 A0  7.9* 7.6   99+ 167     70 173  48S 113 120 113 -1.2 +5.3 +2.1-1.0 .377  -30.2      5 52 22.8  19  8 59 351.1 742.8
   Distance of 94943 to Terminator = 13.7"; to 3km sunlit peak = 4.3"
18 Jan  1  5 19 34.9 d   94934cB9  7.3* 7.3s  99+ 167     71 175  44N  25  30  25 -1.2 +5.3 +1.5+4.1 .230   58.1      5 51 52.1  19 31 17 351.0 742.5
     94934 = NSV 16706, 7.34, range 0.02, V
   Distance of 94934 to Terminator = 12.1"; to 3km sunlit peak = 3.3"
18 Jan  1  7 13 16.0 d   95001cB9  8.1* 8.1   99+ 168     61 236  81S  80  37  79 -1.4 +5.2 +1.7-0.3 .449    8.3      5 56  4.4  19 22 37 351.4 774.0
18 Jan  1  7 48 34.7 d   95031 B9  7.9* 7.9   99+ 168     55 246  46S 114  65 114 -1.4 +5.2 +1.3-1.8 .426  -24.8      5 57  8.3  19 13  0 351.7 800.8
   Distance of 95031 to Terminator = 11.0"; to 3km sunlit peak = 2.6"
18 Jan  1  9 41 32.4 d   95119 A0  7.5  7.4e  99+ 169     34 268  89N  68  13  67 -1.5 +5.2 +0.9-0.5 .495   24.0      6  1 10.5  19 25 14 353.3 928.9
     95119 = V1385 Ori, 7.43 to 7.64, V, Type EB, Period 2.237955 days, Phase  4 %
18 Jan  3  4 36  5.7 R    1202 A0  7.1  7.1   98- 164     48 106  63N 315   7 301 +3.5 +2.3 +1.6-0.9 .363  138.7      8  0 32.4  18 50 35 353.5 827.4
18 Jan  3  6 16 35   Gr   1217 B9  6.2  6.2   98- 163     63 ** GRAZE: CA 10.5N; Dist.102km in az.   1deg. [Lat = 39.95-0.02(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 1217 to Terminator = 2.3"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
18 Jan  3  6 28 49.6 R    1217 B9  6.2  6.2   98- 163     66 141  29N 348  19 335 +3.3 +2.2 +1.6-6.6 .145  109.4      8  4 45.3  18 50 31 352.6 748.1
   Distance of 1217 to Terminator = 10.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 2.0"
18 Jan  5  6 28 48.4 r    1481 A5  7.4  7.3   85- 135     43 111  68N 312 360 290 +6.8 -1.3 +1.3-0.6 .414  154.9     10  6 37.2  12 46 55 362.6 803.8
18 Jan  5  9 39 22.8 r   98990 K5  7.8  6.9   85- 134     63 185  50S 250 246 228 +6.4 -1.4 +2.6+1.0 .300 -136.6     10 11 35.3  12  2 11 362.0 726.4
18 Jan  5 11 54 58.3 R    1501 G5  7.2  6.7   84- 133     48 239  59S 259 216 237 +6.2 -1.3 +1.8-0.6 .371 -144.6     10 15  9.7  11 40 27 363.5 802.4
18 Jan  6 10  8 53   Gr 118682 K0  8.2  7.6   75- 121     61 ** GRAZE: CA  6.1S; Dist.245km in az. 211deg. [Lat = 36.45-0.47(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Jan  6 10 26 11.0 r  118682 K0  8.2  7.6   75- 120     59 182  35S 237 236 213 +7.4 -2.9 +3.5+2.4 .195 -119.3     11  8 27.4   7 37 50 368.5 712.7
18 Jan  6 11 16 17.4 R  118702 K5  7.5  6.6s  75- 120     57 204  25N 357 339 333 +7.3 -2.9 +0.1-4.3 .208  120.9     11 10 30.8   7 53 30 368.8 725.2
    118702 = NSV 18681, 7.56 to 7.62, Hp
18 Jan  7  8 24 51.6 d    1733dA1  5.4  5.4   66- 108     38 122 -64N  87 128  62 +8.3 -4.3 +1.6+1.3 .372   28.5     11 59 56.9   3 39 19 375.8 771.8
   R1733 = 7 Virginis
      1733 is double: AB 5.3 14.5 3.2" 218.0, dT = -6sec
      1733 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Jan  7  8 35 58.2 R    1728kM4  6.7  5.9s  66- 108     40 126  40S 242 281 217 +8.2 -4.3 +2.2+3.0 .246 -126.1     11 58 13.9   3 28 55 375.7 761.1
   *** A light curve is desired as    1728 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201690697}
      1728 = NSV 19065, 6.67 to 6.76, V
18 Jan  7  9 32 20.1 R    1733dA1  5.4  5.4   65- 108     48 141  56N 326 355 302 +8.1 -4.2 +1.2-1.6 .348  151.4     11 59 56.9   3 39 19 375.3 722.4
   R1733 = 7 Virginis
      1733 is double: AB 5.3 14.5 3.2" 218.0, dT = +2.9sec
      1733 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Jan  7  9 53 15.6 r  119169kF5  7.8  7.5   65- 108     50 148  15N   8  32 343 +8.0 -4.2 -0.6-6.1 .139  110.7     12  1 10.1   3 37 56 375.2 712.5
   *** A light curve is desired as  119169 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201699550}
18 Jan 10 11  1 50   Gr   2072 K0  6.6  5.9   34-  72     29 ** GRAZE: CA  7.2S; Dist.233km in az.  31deg. [Lat = 41.47-0.47(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Jan 10 11  1 57   M    2072 K0  6.6  5.9   34-  72     31 137   8S 208 240 189 +7.1 -6.2 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     14 28 32.0 -10  0 15 393.7 728.7
18 Jan 11 11  1  7.0 R    2184cA3  7.3  7.1e  25-  61     22 129  22N 356  34 341 +6.3 -6.2 -0.5-3.1 .193  119.0     15 16 48.6 -13  2 21 398.4 767.5
   R2184 = ES Librae
      2184 is double: AB 7.0      0.20" 152.6, dT = +1sec
      2184 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      2184 = ES Lib, 7.1 to 7.57, V, Type EB/KE, Period 0.883042 days, Phase 21 %
18 Jan 11 11 22 16.9 R  159140cA7  8.0  7.9   25-  61     25 134  76N 301 336 286 +6.2 -6.2 +1.1+0.1 .383  174.0     15 16 31.4 -13 13  2 398.2 743.8
    159140 is double: ** 8.8 8.8 0.36" 324.0, dT = -0.9sec
    159140 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1019). Observations are highly desired
18 Jan 12 12  5 45.9 r  159702kA6  8.1  7.9   17-  49     22 135  11N   3  38 353 +5.0 -5.9 -1.4-5.1 .121  108.6     16  6 53.1 -16  8 46 401.3 738.0
   *** A light curve is desired as  159702 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 205643210}
18 Jan 14 12 33 50.5 R    2552 K2  8.8  8.0    6-  27 -12  9 126  58S 245 288 245 +2.4 -4.5 +1.4+2.2 .319 -141.5     17 45 40.5 -20 12 16 405.3 800.3
18 Jan 19 17 26 16.5 D    3237cB8  4.3  4.3    6+  29  29 22 131  87S  76 113  98 -4.6 +2.4 +1.4+1.5 .376   -2.4     22  6 26.2 -13 52 11 397.4 725.3
   R3237 = iota Aquarii
      3237 is double: ** 5.2 5.2 0.050" 350.0, dT = +0.01sec
      3237 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1616). Observations are highly desired
18 Jan 20  0 55 21.2 D    3268 K1  5.3  4.8    7+  32     11 244  77S  85  39 107 -6.0 +2.3 +0.7-1.1 .425  -18.4     22 16 48.0 -12 49 53 397.7 863.6
   R3268 = 42 Aquarii
18 Jan 20  1 18  6   Gr 164976kF5  9.1  8.9    7+  32      7 ** GRAZE: CA  4.9S; Dist. 41km in az. 340deg. [Lat = 39.43+0.28(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Jan 20  1 18 18   m  164976kF5  9.1  8.9    7+  32      7 247   5S 157 110 180 -6.0 +2.3 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     22 16 50.6 -13  1 14 398.1 896.0
   *** A light curve is desired as  164976 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 206064961}
18 Jan 21  2 10 32.2 d  146511kG5  9.0  8.7   14+  43      8 252  40N  21 332  45 -7.0 +3.7 -0.1+1.4 .330   45.8     23  6 26.2 - 8 45  3 394.6 905.9
   *** A light curve is desired as  146511 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 246028798}
18 Jan 21  2 22 12.3 D    3395 K2  8.0  7.4   14+  44      6 253  77N  58   9  82 -7.0 +3.7 +0.2-0.2 .475    9.0     23  7 17.3 - 8 48 56 394.8 921.6
18 Jan 22  2 24  0.6 D  146980 G5  8.0  7.4   21+  55     17 249  61S  98  51 123 -7.6 +4.9 +0.9-1.7 .384  -32.9     23 55 23.5 - 4 54  6 389.9 863.6
18 Jan 22  2 26 24.8 D    3521 K0  7.8  7.1   21+  55     16 250  63N  42 355  67 -7.6 +4.9 +0.4+0.4 .421   23.4     23 55  7.7 - 4 40  5 389.9 866.5
18 Jan 23  2  0 39.4 d      91 K0  8.6  8.0   30+  67     32 240  49N  28 345  52 -7.9 +5.9 +0.7+1.4 .341   36.0      0 42 37.4 - 0 20 40 384.1 784.2
18 Jan 24  1 56 36   D  109952 K0  7.4  6.6   40+  79     43 231  16S 143 106 165 -7.8 +6.7 +9.9+9.9 .073  -79.5 .02  1 32 14.9   3 41  7 378.4 742.0
18 Jan 24  2  4 10   Gr 109952 K0  7.4  6.6   40+  79     42 ** GRAZE: CA  5.4S; Dist. 31km in az. 161deg. [Lat = 38.73+0.27(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Jan 24  2 28 14.5 d  109954 K2  8.5  7.7   41+  79     38 239  28N   7 325  29 -7.9 +6.7 +0.5+3.4 .221   58.0      1 32 31.5   4 15  0 378.7 768.0
18 Jan 24  2 53 21.9 d  109982 F5  8.2  7.9   41+  79     34 245  84S  75  31  98 -8.0 +6.7 +1.2-0.6 .425   -9.3      1 34  3.9   4  7 44 379.0 792.0
18 Jan 24  4 11 25.8 d     236DK0  8.0  7.3   41+  80     20 259  75S  84  34 106 -8.1 +6.7 +0.7-1.1 .463  -15.0      1 36 17.0   4 18 52 380.1 884.1
       236 is double: AB 8.0 11.6 5.3" 198.0, dT = -5sec
       236 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Jan 25  0 24 17   M     346 A5  7.3  7.1   51+  91 -11 59 181   8S 153 152 172 -7.1 +7.2 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      2 21 32.0   7 45  8 372.5 699.1
18 Jan 25  0 27 44   Gr    346 A5  7.3  7.1   51+  91     56 ** GRAZE: CA  7.6S; Dist.291km in az. 330deg. [Lat = 42.04+0.44(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Jan 25  1 53  6.6 D  110502 F0  7.6* 7.4   51+  91     54 219  13N 354 324  13 -7.4 +7.1 -0.2+6.9 .130   70.8      2 22 56.7   8 32 44 372.5 715.0
18 Jan 25  4 46 59   Gr    364 B9  4.3  4.3   52+  93     25 ** GRAZE: CA -0.9S; Dist.170km in az. 360deg. [Lat = 40.56+0.00(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Jan 25  4 48  0   M     364 B9  4.3  4.3   52+  93     25 261  -1S 162 111 181 -7.7 +7.1 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      2 28  9.5   8 27 36 374.3 874.4
   R364 = xi 2 Ceti
18 Jan 25  4 49 24.3 d  110556 G5  8.4  7.7   52+  93     25 261  78S  83  32 102 -7.7 +7.1 +0.7-1.0 .473  -11.2      2 28 54.7   8 46 14 374.3 875.2
18 Jan 25  5 20 38.7 D  110566 A5  7.0  6.8   52+  93     19 266  63N  44 352  63 -7.7 +7.1 +0.6+0.4 .441   29.0      2 29 35.3   9  0 23 374.8 917.3
18 Jan 26  2 26  7.4 d     479 K5  8.2  7.2   63+ 105     59 215  79S  84  57  99 -6.6 +7.2 +2.0-0.3 .388  -15.1      3 19 13.8  12 27  7 366.9 714.5
18 Jan 26  2 42 51.4 d   93383 K2  8.7  8.0   63+ 105     58 222  72N  56  24  71 -6.6 +7.1 +1.7+0.8 .394   13.7      3 19 28.7  12 36 56 367.0 720.8
18 Jan 26  3 45 13   gr  93398 F5  7.3  7.1   63+ 105     48 241   1S 162 118 177 -6.8 +7.1 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      3 20 33.7  12 20 48 367.4 759.9
   Distance of 93398 to Terminator = 3.5"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
18 Jan 26  3 45 14   Gr  93398 F5  7.3  7.1   63+ 105     48 ** GRAZE: CA  1.4S; Dist.  4km in az. 173deg. [Lat = 38.99+0.09(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Jan 26  5 30  9.8 D     491cK0  6.0  5.4   64+ 106     29 263  30S 134  82 148 -6.9 +7.1 +0.6-3.9 .261  -57.6      3 24 10.1  12 37 47 368.6 871.5
       491 is double: ** 6.8 6.8 0.10" 159.0, dT = +0.35sec
       491 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1020). Observations are highly desired
18 Jan 27  3 12  2   D     627 K1  6.6  6.0   74+ 118     64 215   8N 355 327   5 -5.4 +6.7 +9.9+9.9 .074   79.6 .01  4 16 48.7  16 12 52 361.7 720.2
18 Jan 27  8 24  1.1 D     667cK2  5.0* 4.4   75+ 120     10 283  81S  87  35  95 -5.7 +6.7 +0.0-1.0 .597   -2.2      4 28 26.4  16 21 35 365.41059.3
   R667 = 75 Tauri
       667 is double: AB 5.0            30.0, dT = 0.00sec
18 Jan 28  1 58 18.9 d X 73437S    8.3  8.2   83+ 131     65 139  67N  58  91  62 -3.6 +6.0 +1.6+1.7 .407   18.5      5 16 43.9  18 26 20 357.8 744.0
   X 73437 is triple: Ba,Bb 8.5 11.0 0.70" 160.9, dT = -0.37sec : BA 8.3 7.7 2.7" 344.8, dT = +1.9sec
   X 73437 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Jan 28  1 58 20.5 D     787DB3  7.1  7.1   83+ 131     65 139  67N  58  91  62 -3.6 +6.0 +1.6+1.7 .406   18.6      5 16 43.9  18 26 21 357.8 744.0
       787 is double: AB 7.7 8.3 2.7" 164.8, dT = -1.9sec
       787 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Jan 28  4 10 26   d   94462 F5  8.2  7.7   84+ 132     65 218  12S 160 130 163 -3.9 +5.9 +9.9+9.9 .088  -78.0      5 19 58.2  18 12 16 357.4 730.3
18 Jan 28  5 42 43.3 D   94510 K5  7.3* 6.4   84+ 133     52 249  85N  77  27  79 -4.0 +5.9 +1.5-0.4 .448    9.3      5 23 30.6  18 36  2 358.0 788.9
18 Jan 28  8 35 39.5 d     823DA2  6.7        85+ 134     19 278  31S 142  87 144 -4.1 +5.9 -0.3-2.9 .357  -51.9      5 29 19.1  18 21 57 360.51009.9
       823 is double: AB 6.77 10.42 3.19" 128.9, dT = +9sec
       823 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Jan 28  9 33 38.2 D     832 M2  4.3  3.2v  85+ 135      9 287  85S  88  36  90 -4.1 +5.9 -0.1-1.0 .626    2.3 .02  5 32 12.8  18 35 39 361.41097.8
   R832 = 119 Tauri (CE)
       832 = CE Tau, 4.23 to 4.54, V, Type SRC, Period 165. days
18 Jan 28 23 31 22.8 D     947SF6  5.2* 5.0   91+ 144   0 29  88  37S 138 194 136 -1.5 +5.1 +1.4-0.8 .296  -57.6      6 14 50.9  19  9 23 357.7 961.1
   R947 = 71 Orionis
       947 is quadruple: AB 5.2 11.2 6.6" 185.1, dT = +15sec : AC 5.2 12.7 65" 284.0, dT = -180sec : AD 5.2 12.0 70" 265.7, dT = -143sec
       947 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Jan 29  0 42 14.1 d   95495 A0  7.5  7.6   91+ 145     43  99  85S  92 146  89 -1.6 +4.9 +1.1+1.0 .494  -10.5      6 17 50.9  19 27 26 356.4 868.0
18 Jan 29  2 59 31.9 d   95586 A2  7.8  7.7   91+ 146     66 138  73N  70 104  66 -1.8 +4.7 +1.7+1.3 .420   14.9      6 22 14.4  19 42  9 354.6 747.0
18 Jan 29  3 11 19   d     971cG5  7.3  6.7   91+ 146     68 144   9N   6  35   2 -1.8 +4.7 +9.9+9.9 .081   79.2      6 21 35.7  19 53 31 354.6 741.4
   Distance of 971 to Terminator = 5.3"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
18 Jan 29  3 22 38.5 d   95592 F8  8.4  8.2   91+ 146     68 150  24S 152 176 149 -1.8 +4.7 +2.5-5.0 .168  -66.9      6 22 23.0  19 22 15 354.5 737.1
18 Jan 29  3 31  2.7 d   95606 A0  8.4  8.4v  92+ 146     69 155  84N  81 102  78 -1.9 +4.7 +1.9+0.6 .426    4.8      6 23 15.4  19 40  5 354.5 734.8
     95606 = ASAS J062315+1940.1, 8.34, range 0.07, V, Type MISC, Period 207.858811 days, Phase 99 %
18 Jan 29  4 17 29.4 d   95633dO7  8.5  8.4   92+ 146     71 186  81N  77  73  74 -1.9 +4.7 +2.0+0.5 .417   10.5      6 24 38.4  19 42 16 354.3 729.2
     95633 is double: AB 8.5 12.5 6.1" 140.2, dT = +7sec
     95633 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Jan 29  8 10 10.2 d   95790 G5  7.9  7.3   92+ 148     36 267  61N  58   2  54 -2.3 +4.6 +1.2+0.0 .416   37.6      6 32  3.2  19 43  9 356.2 906.4
18 Jan 29  9 14 11.4 d    1006cA0  7.1* 7.1   93+ 149     24 276  70S 108  53 103 -2.3 +4.6 +0.2-1.6 .563  -11.9      6 34 39.3  19 25 45 357.3 996.5
   R1006 = 22 Geminorum
18 Jan 29 23 52 55.4 d    1109 K0  7.2  6.6   97+ 159  -4 22  82  48N  48 103  39 +0.4 +3.5 -0.1+2.3 .458   38.7      7 20  2.6  19 31 15 356.81015.4
18 Jan 30  8 34 59.2 D    1151 F0  6.9  6.7V  98+ 162     43 259  55S 127  73 116 -0.3 +3.1 +0.7-2.1 .461  -25.1      7 37 30.5  18 55  4 354.6 875.0
      1151 = HD 60915, 6.85, , Type VAR
18 Jan 31 11 58 31.4 r X207904    12.0        90E 178     15 280 -23N 314 261 297 +1.7 +1.3 -0.2-1.9 .549  152.1      8 47  0.8  16 51  1 358.41080.3
18 Jan 31 11 58 44.4 D X 13394kG5 10.5 10.0   89E 178     15 279  92U  57   4  40 +1.7 +1.3 +0.5-0.3 .409   48.7      8 48 50.2  16 48 26 358.41078.0
   *** A light curve is desired as X 13394 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211764149}
18 Jan 31 12  0 36.1 D X111768k   11.4 10.3   87E 178     15 280  92U  50 357  33 +1.7 +1.3 +0.6+0.0 .350   55.8      8 48 49.7  16 49 48 358.41080.8
   *** A light curve is desired as X111768 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211765735}
18 Jan 31 12  1  2.1 d X207950k   11.5        86E 178     15 279  90U 107  54  90 +1.7 +1.3 +0.0-1.4 .622   -1.1      8 49  3.9  16 34 11 358.41080.7
   *** A light curve is desired as X207950 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211747238}
18 Jan 31 12  1  9.9 d X207938k   12.4        86E 178     15 279  -1S 157 104 140 +1.7 +1.3 -0.5-2.6 .389  -51.3      8 48 24.7  16 23 39 358.51081.5
   *** A light curve is desired as X207938 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211734825}
18 Jan 31 12  3  9.8 r X207908    12.3        83E 178     14 280 -27N 309 256 292 +1.7 +1.3 -0.2-1.8 .575  156.8      8 47  8.6  16 49 10 358.51087.1
18 Jan 31 12  3 34   GrX 13385kK0 10.0  9.3   82E 178     15 ** GRAZE: CA 41.6N; Dist.325km in az.  29deg. [Lat = 42.37-0.43(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Jan 31 12  7 12.0 r X207923k   12.2        75E 178     14 281   9N 344 291 327 +1.7 +1.3 -0.7-2.9 .329  121.6      8 47 54.0  16 54  1 358.61092.4
   *** A light curve is desired as X207923 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211770667}
18 Jan 31 12  7 35.9 r X207915    12.1        75E 178     13 281 -15N 320 267 303 +1.7 +1.3 -0.3-2.0 .518  145.5      8 47 29.4  16 50 44 358.61093.4
18 Jan 31 12 10 52.6 R X111641    10.4  9.5   69E 178     13 281 -29N 305 252 288 +1.8 +1.3 -0.2-1.7 .595  160.5      8 47 25.3  16 46 57 358.71098.4
18 Jan 31 12 11 39.3 d X207949k   12.3        67E 178     13 281 101U 146  94 129 +1.8 +1.3 -0.4-2.2 .478  -40.7      8 49  2.8  16 23 21 358.71096.7
   *** A light curve is desired as X207949 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211734459}
18 Jan 31 12 12 17.3 r X207917    12.0        66E 178     12 282 -19N 315 262 298 +1.8 +1.3 -0.3-1.9 .551  150.6      8 47 36.5  16 48 55 358.71100.4
18 Jan 31 12 12 38.0 D X111804k   10.8 10.4   65E 178     13 281  79U  45 352  28 +1.8 +1.3 +0.7+0.3 .307   60.9      8 49 15.7  16 48 53 358.71098.5
   *** A light curve is desired as X111804 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211764645}
18 Jan 31 12 14  5.5 d X207958    12.4        62E 178     12 281  72U  59   6  42 +1.8 +1.3 +0.4-0.4 .432   47.0      8 49 29.8  16 45 28 358.71100.3
18 Jan 31 12 14 56.7 d X111775k   12.0 11.7   61E 178     12 281 -10S 164 111 147 +1.8 +1.3 -0.6-2.9 .333  -58.2      8 48 51.9  16 20 41 358.81101.9
   *** A light curve is desired as X111775 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211731362}
18 Jan 31 12 17 44.4 D X 13409kF5 10.6 10.3   55E 178     12 282  65U  79  26  62 +1.8 +1.3 +0.1-0.9 .567   26.8      8 49 47.8  16 39 26 358.81105.3
   *** A light curve is desired as X 13409 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211753515}
18 Jan 31 12 18 32.3 d X207966k   12.0        54E 178     12 282  65U  66  14  49 +1.8 +1.3 +0.2-0.6 .492   39.4      8 49 45.2  16 42 46 358.81106.6
   *** A light curve is desired as X207966 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211757445}
18 Jan 31 12 19 46.2 r X207919    12.3        51E 178     11 283 -42N 291 238 274 +1.8 +1.3 -0.1-1.4 .636  174.8      8 47 39.9  16 41 44 358.91111.6
18 Jan 31 12 20 21.0 R X 13385kK0 10.0  9.3   50E 178     11 283 103U 348 296 331 +1.8 +1.3 -0.8-3.1 .295  117.6      8 48 32.1  16 52  1 358.91111.6
   *** A light curve is desired as X 13385 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211768423}
18 Jan 31 12 20 31.2 r X111665    11.9 11.4   50E 178     11 283 -65N 267 215 250 +1.8 +1.3 +0.0-1.0 .607 -161.7      8 47 37.3  16 34 54 358.91112.5
18 Jan 31 12 20 40.5 d X207967k   12.4        49E 178     11 282  71U 110  57  93 +1.8 +1.3 -0.1-1.4 .636   -4.0      8 49 52.7  16 30  8 358.91109.4
   *** A light curve is desired as X207967 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211742475}
18 Jan 31 12 23 57.0 R X 13369kA5  9.7  9.6   43E 178     10 283 -78N 254 202 237 +1.8 +1.3 +0.1-0.8 .547 -148.5      8 47 48.9  16 30 30 359.01117.4
   *** A light curve is desired as X 13369 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211742901}
18 Jan 31 12 24 13.0 r X207922k   11.8        42E 178 -12 10 283 -83N 249 196 232 +1.8 +1.3 +0.2-0.6 .515 -143.3      8 47 51.6  16 29  2 359.01117.7
   *** A light curve is desired as X207922 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211741201}
18 Jan 31 12 24 35.1 d X207960k   11.7        41E 178 -12 10 283  88U 145  93 128 +1.8 +1.3 -0.4-2.1 .493  -39.7      8 49 37.1  16 21 22 359.01115.5
   *** A light curve is desired as X207960 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211732129}
18 Jan 31 12 27  3.6 D X 13423kG5 10.3  9.9   36E 178 -11 10 283  63U 106  54  89 +1.8 +1.3 -0.1-1.3 .642   -0.9      8 50 10.4  16 29 56 359.01118.7
   *** A light curve is desired as X 13423 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211742240}
18 Jan 31 12 28 10.6 d X207975k   12.0        34E 178 -11 10 283  53U  76  24  59 +1.8 +1.3 +0.1-0.8 .561   29.4      8 50 13.9  16 38 25 359.01120.5
   *** A light curve is desired as X207975 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211752294}
18 Jan 31 12 29  1.9 D X111880k   10.5 10.3   32E 178 -11 10 283  69U 121  69 104 +1.8 +1.3 -0.2-1.6 .621  -15.4      8 50  8.4  16 25 45 359.11121.6
   *** A light curve is desired as X111880 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211737355}
18 Jan 31 12 29 20.7 d X207974k   11.8        32E 178 -11 10 283  67U 117  65 100 +1.8 +1.3 -0.2-1.5 .630  -11.9      8 50 11.3  16 26 36 359.11122.1
   *** A light curve is desired as X207974 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211738346}
18 Jan 31 12 30 18.2 R X111768k   11.4 10.3   30E 178 -11  9 284  94U 341 289 324 +1.8 +1.3 -0.6-2.6 .364  124.2      8 48 49.7  16 49 48 359.11126.2
   *** A light curve is desired as X111768 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211765735}
18 Jan 31 12 30 51   GrX111790k   10.8 10.5   29E 178 -11 10 ** GRAZE: CA-47.1S; Dist.286km in az.  26deg. [Lat = 41.90-0.38(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Jan 31 12 33 39.9 r X207938k   12.4        24E 178 -10  8 284 -85S 234 182 217 +1.8 +1.3 +0.3-0.2 .406 -128.7      8 48 24.7  16 23 39 359.21131.1
   *** A light curve is desired as X207938 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211734825}
18 Jan 31 12 33 40.0 R X 13394kG5 10.5 10.0   24E 178 -10  9 285  94U 334 282 317 +1.8 +1.3 -0.5-2.3 .429  131.3      8 48 50.2  16 48 26 359.21131.1
   *** A light curve is desired as X 13394 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211764149}
18 Jan 31 12 34 45   M X111790k   10.8 10.5   22E 178 -10  8 284 -46S 195 143 178 +1.8 +1.3 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      8 49  3.8  16 15 40 359.21131.6
   *** A light curve is desired as X111790 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211725546}
18 Jan 31 12 37 23.1 d X111872    11.6 11.2   17E 178  -9  8 285  81U 150  98 133 +1.8 +1.3 -0.5-2.2 .465  -44.4      8 50  5.8  16 18 30 359.31134.2
18 Jan 31 12 37 58.3 R X111804k   10.8 10.4   16E 178  -9  8 285  81U 346 295 329 +1.8 +1.3 -0.8-2.9 .317  119.1      8 49 15.7  16 48 53 359.21137.2
   *** A light curve is desired as X111804 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211764645}
18 Jan 31 12 38 12.7 D X111887k   10.5 10.3   15E 178  -9  8 285  77U 144  92 127 +1.8 +1.3 -0.4-2.0 .507  -38.9      8 50 13.6  16 19 14 359.31135.3
   *** A light curve is desired as X111887 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211729649}
18 Jan 31 12 38 34   M X111847p   11.4 10.6   15E 178  -9  8 285  62U  15 324 358 +1.8 +1.3 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      8 49 53.2  16 49 50 359.21137.1
   *** A light curve is desired as X111847 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211765775}
   X111847 is double: AB 11.3 13.6 18.4" 304.9
18 Jan 31 12 38 48.1 r X207939k   11.9        15E 178  -9  7 285 -56N 272 220 255 +1.8 +1.3 -0.1-1.1 .637 -166.9      8 48 24.9  16 33 11 359.31139.1
   *** A light curve is desired as X207939 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211746097}
18 Jan 31 12 39  3.2 d X207973k   12.2        14E 178  -9  8 285  80U 150  98 133 +1.8 +1.3 -0.5-2.2 .466  -44.4      8 50 10.2  16 18 13 359.31136.6
   *** A light curve is desired as X207973 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211728461}
18 Jan 31 12 41  6   GrX111847p   11.4 10.6   11E 178  -8  7 ** GRAZE: CA 59.2U; Dist.202km in az. 205deg. [Lat = 37.02-0.36(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Jan 31 12 41 17.4 r X207944    12.0        11E 178  -9  7 286  96U 311 259 294 +1.8 +1.3 -0.3-1.7 .591  154.4      8 48 48.2  16 43  1 359.31142.6
18 Jan 31 12 41 55.0 r X111775k   12.0 11.7   10E 178  -9  7 285 -80S 227 175 210 +1.8 +1.3 +0.3+0.1 .345 -121.8      8 48 51.9  16 20 41 359.41142.9
   *** A light curve is desired as X111775 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211731362}
18 Jan 31 12 41 58.9 d X111948k   11.6 11.1    9E 178  -9  7 285  48U 101  49  83 +1.8 +1.3 -0.2-1.2 .652    4.6      8 50 50.8  16 29  1 359.31140.3
   *** A light curve is desired as X111948 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211741189}
18 Jan 31 12 42 34.7 D X111921k   10.4 10.1    9E 178  -9  7 286  40U  48 357  31 +1.8 +1.3 +0.3+0.1 .359   56.8      8 50 36.1  16 43  0 359.31142.0
   *** A light curve is desired as X111921 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211757733}
18 Jan 31 12 43 37.1 d X207981    12.0     V   7E 178  -8  7 286  39U  48 357  31 +1.8 +1.3 +0.3+0.1 .357   57.0      8 50 38.6  16 42 52 359.41143.5
   X207981 = KP 102807, 12.030, , Type PULS, Period 0.8599 days
18 Jan 31 12 48 25.0 r X207946k   11.7         2E 178  -7  6 287  97U 285 234 268 +1.8 +1.3 -0.2-1.3 .661  179.7      8 48 52.9  16 35 19 359.51153.1
   *** A light curve is desired as X207946 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211748565}
18 Jan 31 12 49 25.8 r X207958    12.4         1E 178  -7  6 287  75U 332 281 315 +1.8 +1.3 -0.6-2.2 .452  133.0      8 49 29.8  16 45 28 359.51154.0
18 Jan 31 12 50 28.2 r X207949k   12.3         0E 179  -7  5 287 101U 244 193 227 +1.8 +1.3 +0.0-0.5 .502 -139.3      8 49  2.8  16 23 21 359.61155.6
   *** A light curve is desired as X207949 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211734459}
18 Jan 31 12 50 56.2 D X 13453kG5  9.6  9.1    0E 179  -7  6 287  30U  73  22  56 +1.8 +1.3 +0.0-0.7 .562   31.9      8 51 12.8  16 35 22 359.51153.5
   *** A light curve is desired as X 13453 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211748624}
18 Jan 31 12 52 44.1 r X207950k   11.5         0E 179  -7  5 287  92U 284 233 267 +1.8 +1.3 -0.2-1.2 .665 -178.9      8 49  3.9  16 34 11 359.61159.3
   *** A light curve is desired as X207950 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211747238}
18 Jan 31 12 54  3.8 d X111902    11.9 11.6    0E 179  -6  5 287  83U 173 122 156 +1.8 +1.3 -1.0-3.4 .246  -68.3      8 50 23.6  16 13 28 359.61159.0
18 Jan 31 12 55 28.6 D X112010k   10.9 10.6    0E 179  -6  5 287  30U  80  29  62 +1.8 +1.3 -0.1-0.9 .601   25.4      8 51 26.7  16 32 47 359.61159.9
   *** A light curve is desired as X112010 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211745624}
18 Jan 31 12 56  0   GrX207971k   11.9         0E 179  -6  5 ** GRAZE: CA 89.8U; Dist. 99km in az.  23deg. [Lat = 40.00-0.34(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Jan 31 12 57 14   m X207971k   11.9         0E 179  -6  4 287  90U 195 144 178 +1.8 +1.3 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      8 50  5.1  16 12 51 359.71164.0
   *** A light curve is desired as X207971 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211722074}
18 Jan 31 12 58 10.5 r X207966k   12.0         0E 179  -6  4 288  68U 324 274 307 +1.8 +1.3 -0.5-1.9 .517  140.6      8 49 45.2  16 42 46 359.71166.6
   *** A light curve is desired as X207966 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211757445}
18 Jan 31 13  2  8.3 D X112026k   11.2 10.4    0E 179  -5  4 288  18U  57   7  40 +1.8 +1.3 +0.0-0.3 .450   47.8      8 51 34.7  16 37 40 359.71169.8
   *** A light curve is desired as X112026 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211751400}
18 Jan 31 13  3 17.9 R X 13409kF5 10.6 10.3    0E 179  -5  3 289  68U 312 261 294 +1.8 +1.3 -0.4-1.7 .600  153.2      8 49 47.8  16 39 26 359.81174.1
   *** A light curve is desired as X 13409 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211753515}
18 Jan 31 13  3 20.0 r X207960k   11.7         0E 179  -5  3 289  89U 245 195 228 +1.8 +1.3 -0.1-0.5 .518 -140.3      8 49 37.1  16 21 22 359.81174.0
   *** A light curve is desired as X207960 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211732129}
18 Jan 31 13  5 48   GrX111902    11.9 11.6    0E 179  -4  2 ** GRAZE: CA 83.9U; Dist.206km in az. 202deg. [Lat = 37.02-0.31(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Jan 31 13  8 57   M X111979k   10.9 10.4    0E 179  -4  2 289  24U  15 325 357 +1.9 +1.3 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      8 51 12.8  16 43 39 359.91180.6
   *** A light curve is desired as X111979 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211758505}
18 Jan 31 13  9 16   GrX111979k   10.9 10.4    0E 179  -3  2 ** GRAZE: CA 23.7U; Dist. 27km in az. 203deg. [Lat = 38.77-0.33(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Jan 31 13 10  2.0 R X111921k   10.4 10.1    0E 179  -3  2 290  44U 342 292 324 +1.9 +1.3 -0.7-2.5 .371  123.2      8 50 36.1  16 43  0 359.91183.2
   *** A light curve is desired as X111921 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211757733}
18 Jan 31 13 10 52.7 r X207981    12.0     V   0E 179  -3  2 290  42U 342 292 324 +1.9 +1.3 -0.7-2.5 .369  123.0      8 50 38.6  16 42 52 360.01184.4
   X207981 = KP 102807, 12.030, , Type PULS, Period 0.8599 days
18 Jan 31 13 11  1.3 r X207967k   12.4         0E 179  -3  2 290  73U 281 231 263 +1.9 +1.3 -0.3-1.2 .677 -176.0      8 49 52.7  16 30  8 360.01185.3
   *** A light curve is desired as X207967 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211742475}
18 Jan 31 13 12  8.5 r X207975k   12.0         0E 179  -3  2 290  57U 314 264 297 +1.9 +1.3 -0.5-1.7 .592  150.6      8 50 13.9  16 38 25 360.01186.6
   *** A light curve is desired as X207975 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211752294}
18 Jan 31 13 12 23.6 r X111902    11.9 11.6    0E 179  -3  1 290  83U 216 166 199 +1.9 +1.3 +0.3+0.9 .251 -111.7      8 50 23.6  16 13 28 360.01186.1
18 Jan 31 13 12 50.4 r X111872    11.6 11.2    0E 179  -3  1 290  81U 240 190 223 +1.9 +1.3 -0.1-0.4 .486 -135.6      8 50  5.8  16 18 30 360.01187.3
18 Jan 31 13 14 12.3 d X208013k   12.4         0E 179  -3  1 290  51U 113  63  96 +1.9 +1.3 -0.4-1.3 .672   -8.6      8 52 13.2  16 20  3 360.01186.4
   *** A light curve is desired as X208013 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211730631}
18 Jan 31 13 14 24.6 d X208001k   11.8         0E 179  -3  2 290   9U  40 350  22 +1.9 +1.3 +0.2+0.6 .286   65.1      8 51 54.1  16 39 20 360.01187.6
   *** A light curve is desired as X208001 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211753405}
18 Jan 31 13 14 25.0 r X207973k   12.2         0E 179  -3  1 290  80U 240 190 223 +1.9 +1.3 -0.1-0.4 .486 -135.6      8 50 10.2  16 18 13 360.11189.5
   *** A light curve is desired as X207973 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211728461}
18 Jan 31 13 15  6.4 d X208019    12.0         0E 179  -2  1 290  41U  95  45  78 +1.9 +1.3 -0.3-1.1 .670    9.8      8 52 21.0  16 25  3 360.01187.6
18 Jan 31 13 16 44.1 R X111887k   10.5 10.3    0E 179  -2  1 291  77U 246 196 228 +1.9 +1.3 -0.1-0.5 .531 -141.1      8 50 13.6  16 19 14 360.11192.9
   *** A light curve is desired as X111887 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211729649}
18 Jan 31 13 17  8.8 R X 13423kG5 10.3  9.9    0E 179  -2  1 291  65U 284 234 266 +1.9 +1.3 -0.3-1.2 .683 -179.1      8 50 10.4  16 29 56 360.11193.9
   *** A light curve is desired as X 13423 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211742240}
18 Jan 31 13 17  9.8 R X111880k   10.5 10.3    0E 179  -2  1 291  70U 269 220 252 +1.9 +1.3 -0.3-1.0 .659 -164.6      8 50  8.4  16 25 45 360.11193.8
   *** A light curve is desired as X111880 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211737355}
18 Jan 31 13 18 11.7 r X207974k   11.8         0E 179  -2  0 291  68U 273 223 255 +1.9 +1.3 -0.3-1.0 .670 -168.1      8 50 11.3  16 26 36 360.11195.3
   *** A light curve is desired as X207974 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211738346}
18 Jan 31 13 18 40.1 D   98189c    9.2  8.9    0E 179  -2  1 291  34U  79  30  62 +1.9 +1.3 -0.2-0.8 .618   25.1      8 52 29.8  16 28 52 360.11192.7
     98189 is double: AB 9.7 10.2 0.30"  63.8, dT = +0.47sec
     98189 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Jan 31 13 18 41.6 D X112128    10.5 10.4    0E 179  -2  1 290  51U 109  59  92 +1.9 +1.3 -0.4-1.3 .681   -4.4      8 52 27.4  16 20 26 360.11192.7
18 Jan 31 13 19  4.9 D   98175k    9.3  8.8    0E 179  -2  0 291  73U 163 114 146 +1.9 +1.3 -0.8-2.6 .354  -58.8      8 51 43.1  16  9 51 360.11194.0
   *** A light curve is desired as   98175 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211718462}
18 Jan 31 13 19 42.0 d X208022    11.7         0E 179  -2  0 291  56U 118  69 101 +1.9 +1.3 -0.4-1.4 .663  -13.9      8 52 25.6  16 17 45 360.11194.1
18 Jan 31 13 20 27.6 D X112146    10.1  9.5    0E 179  -2  0 291  40U  87  38  70 +1.9 +1.3 -0.3-0.9 .653   17.4      8 52 35.9  16 26 21 360.11195.2
18 Jan 31 13 21 15   GrX208001k   11.8         0E 179  -2  1 ** GRAZE: CA  9.3U; Dist.296km in az.  23deg. [Lat = 41.92-0.33(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Feb  1  5 21 21.1 r    1415WA1  6.3  6.3   99- 170     56 129  33S 230 269 210 +4.0 -0.5 +2.1+3.4 .248 -124.1      9 35 52.9  14 22 47 356.7 765.3
   R1415 = 7 Leonis
      1415 is double: AB 6.3 9.4 41"  90.2, dT = +127sec
   Distance of 1415 to Terminator = 4.0"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
18 Feb  1  6 46  0.4 R    1420 F2  6.6  6.4   99- 170     65 166  68S 265 277 245 +3.8 -0.5 +2.1+0.4 .390 -155.8      9 38  1.3  14 20 50 356.4 739.5
   R1420 = 11 Leonis
   Distance of 1420 to Terminator = 12.8"; to 3km sunlit peak = 3.8"
18 Feb  1  9 56 57.2 R    1434wM2  5.4  4.5s  99- 168     47 246  69N 310 262 289 +3.5 -0.5 +0.9-2.0 .463  162.9      9 43 43.9  14  1 18 358.0 841.0
   R1434 = psi Leonis
      1434 is double: AB 5.5 11.6 282" 139.0, dT = +601sec
      1434 = NSV 4594, 5.35 to 5.39, V, Type LB
   Distance of 1434 to Terminator = 16.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 6.1"
18 Feb  1 12  6 36.4 r   98773 K0  7.5* 6.9   99- 167     22 269  81S 280 227 259 +3.5 -0.5 +0.4-1.4 .563 -169.8      9 47 50.8  13 28 40 360.51000.7
18 Feb  3 11 45 46.8 r    1693kF5  7.5  7.3   89- 141     40 238  57N 323 281 298 +6.1 -3.6 +0.8-2.3 .407  154.2     11 40 29.3   5  8 24 368.6 807.8
   *** A light curve is desired as    1693 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201787591}
18 Feb  3 12 33 48.6 r  118995KF0  8.0  7.8   88- 140 -10 32 248  31S 231 185 207 +6.0 -3.6 +2.0+0.6 .206 -115.5     11 41 38.2   4 35 26 369.6 855.9
   *** A light curve is highly desired as  118995 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201756263}
18 Feb  3 12 57  9.4 r  119000kG0  7.3  7.0   88- 140  -5 28 252  84S 285 237 260 +6.0 -3.6 +0.8-1.5 .485 -169.8     11 42  7.3   4 44 50 370.1 883.7
   *** A light curve is desired as  119000 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201765225}
18 Feb  4  6 16  1.3 r    1781 M*  7.6* 6.8s  82- 130     29 115  87S 287 332 263 +7.6 -4.9 +1.0+0.5 .454 -172.7     12 24 40.7   1 23  2 374.3 831.1
      1781 = NSV 19382, 7.65 to 7.72, Hp
18 Feb  4 10 26  9.9 r  119442kG0  8.5  8.1   81- 128     51 194  71N 310 299 285 +7.0 -4.8 +1.6-1.5 .386  170.3     12 30 54.3   0 39 53 373.6 710.3
   *** A light curve is desired as  119442 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 229095758}
18 Feb  5 11 16 42.2 r  139311 K2  8.4  7.8   71- 115     46 193  21N 359 348 336 +7.2 -5.6 +0.1-3.9 .191  120.8     13 23 27.4 - 3 59 35 380.4 688.4
18 Feb  5 12 31 33.9 r  139316 K0  7.7  7.3   71- 115 -10 39 217  58S 257 229 235 +7.0 -5.6 +2.2-0.4 .297 -140.2     13 24  7.4 - 4 32 12 381.3 716.1
18 Feb  5 12 33 59.8 R    1923cK0  7.0*       71- 115  -9 39 218  67N 313 284 290 +7.0 -5.6 +1.4-1.9 .374  164.5     13 24 26.1 - 4 18 32 381.3 717.7
      1923 is double: AB 7.02 10.85 0.27" 272.5, dT = -0.6sec
      1923 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Feb  6 12  4 45.2 R    2035cK0  7.2* 6.6   61- 103     42 193  53N 325 315 305 +6.9 -6.0 +1.4-1.9 .314  152.2     14 13 18.7 - 8 26 41 386.8 666.1
      2035 is double: AB 7.0 8.1      132.0, dT = 0.00sec
      2035 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Feb  6 12 24  6.7 r  139792 K0  8.2  7.6   61- 103 -11 40 199  80S 279 264 259 +6.8 -6.0 +2.2-0.8 .339 -161.9     14 13 17.3 - 8 40  9 387.0 669.6
18 Feb  6 12 38 35.7 r  139803SF2  8.5        61- 103  -8 40 204  46N 332 314 313 +6.8 -6.0 +1.3-2.4 .289  143.8     14 14  9.1 - 8 31  7 387.1 673.6
    139803 is triple: AB 9.38 8.98 0.52"  35.4, dT = -0.8sec : AB,C 9.4 10.2 88" 282.1, dT = -194sec
    139803 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Feb  7 11 59 40.9 r  158979 K0  8.7  8.2   51-  92     39 177  81N 295 297 279 +6.4 -6.1 +2.0-0.7 .341 -179.0     15  1 44.7 -12 19  6 392.2 648.2
18 Feb  9 12 55 16.0 R    2396cA3  6.7* 6.6   32-  69  -5 32 167  69N 300 311 294 +4.3 -5.4 +1.9-0.5 .317  167.2     16 41 18.7 -18  3 34 400.0 629.7
18 Feb 10 11 17 59.2 r    2522 *   7.5  6.4V  24-  59     17 134  12N 353  29 351 +3.4 -4.7 -0.8-3.5 .143  112.3 .02 17 29 43.7 -19 28 23 403.2 740.0
   R2522 = TW Ophiuchi
      2522 = TW Oph, 11.6 to 13.8, pg, Type SRB, Period 185. days
18 Feb 11 15  9 47.6 r    2666DA1  4.9        16-  47  19 31 178  27N 333 335 337 +1.3 -3.5 +2.1-2.8 .153  119.6     18 25 21.0 -20 32 30 402.5 606.5
   R2666 = 21 Sagittarii
      2666 is double: AB 5.03 7.43 1.69" 278.9, dT = -6sec
      2666 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Feb 12 11 41 48.5 r  187769 G5  8.1  7.6   10-  37      5 122  72S 247 292 256 +0.6 -2.5 +1.0+2.0 .367 -152.1     19 10 31.3 -20 40 16 404.7 816.3
18 Feb 12 11 47 31.8 R  187789 B7  7.7  7.7s  10-  37      6 123  14N 341  25 349 +0.6 -2.5 -0.6-2.3 .168  114.1     19 11 19.3 -20 20 50 404.6 808.9
    187789 = NSV 24704, 7.70 to 7.77, V, Type ACV, Period 3.3453 days, Phase 83 %
18 Feb 12 12 12 55.8 r  187799 G8  8.4  7.8   10-  37     10 127  25N 330  12 339 +0.6 -2.5 +0.1-1.1 .223  124.4     19 11 52.2 -20 22 51 404.1 774.4
18 Feb 18  1 27 19.2 D  146849wG5  7.7  7.3    4+  24      4 259  80S  84  34 109 -6.4 +4.6 +0.3-1.1 .483  -17.1     23 41 51.5 - 5 59  9 391.4 958.7
    146849 is double: AB 7.7 14.5 108" 299.1, dT = -184sec
18 Feb 20  0 44  1.6 D  109795 A5  7.6  7.4   17+  48  -9 34 242  47S 116  73 139 -6.7 +6.5 +1.8-2.8 .267  -51.0      1 18 15.4   2 33  2 381.5 785.8
18 Feb 20  2  0 57.8 d  109813cF5  9.6  9.4   17+  49     21 257  66N  48 359  71 -6.9 +6.5 +0.6+0.2 .444   19.6      1 20 12.2   3  3 57 382.6 873.8
    109813 is double: AB 10.0 10.9 0.11" 276.5, dT = -0.16sec
    109813 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Feb 21  0 45 27.7 d     316 F5  8.9  8.7   25+  60  -9 45 235  55S 108  69 128 -6.5 +7.0 +2.0-2.1 .300  -42.3      2  8 56.7   7  0 27 377.0 743.2
18 Feb 21  0 52 54.0 d  110367cK0  9.0        25+  60 -11 44 237  66N  49   8  69 -6.5 +7.0 +1.3+0.7 .391   17.5      2  8 55.2   7 17  4 377.0 748.7
    110367 is double: AB 9.20 11.14 0.20" 172.0, dT = -0.28sec
    110367 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Feb 22  3 35 17.9 D     453cM1  7.1* 6.2v  36+  74     27 263  89S  76  24  92 -6.3 +7.1 +0.8-0.8 .479   -1.2      3  6 17.1  11 39 55 374.5 870.0
       453 is double: ** 8.1 8.1 0.10"  54.0, dT = +0.19sec
       453 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 595). Observations are highly desired
       453 = AQ Ari, 7.14 to 7.27, Hp, Type SRS:, Period 4.17 days
18 Feb 22  3 40 21.1 d   93278 F8  8.8* 8.5   36+  74     26 264  83S  83  31  99 -6.3 +7.1 +0.7-1.0 .478   -7.5      3  6 28.0  11 38 46 374.6 876.6
18 Feb 22  5 39 37.3 D     462cB8  6.0* 6.0   37+  75      4 282  81S  85  34 100 -6.3 +7.2 -0.1-1.0 .571   -6.4      3 10 38.8  11 52 21 376.71049.0
       462 is double: ** 6.7 6.7 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.17sec
       462 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1200). Observations are highly desired
18 Feb 23  2  1 19.4 d   93697kG0  8.4  8.0   47+  86     55 235  73N  62  20  73 -5.3 +6.9 +1.7+0.4 .396   13.0      3 58 35.2  15  5 10 368.8 727.8
   *** A light curve is desired as   93697 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210480958}
18 Feb 23  5 13 46.7 d   93746cG5  8.0  7.4   48+  88     20 273  24S 145  92 156 -5.6 +6.9 -0.2-4.4 .233  -63.6      4  4 13.0  15  1 37 371.4 943.3
     93746 is double: ** 8.2 11.0 0.030" 271.0, dT = -0.08sec
     93746 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 995). Observations are highly desired
18 Feb 23  6 41 26.6 d     608DF3  6.0  5.8s  49+  88      4 286  33S 136  85 146 -5.6 +6.9 -0.6-2.8 .356  -53.1      4  7 42.0  15  9 46 372.91074.7
       608 is double: AB 6.11 8.77 3.80" 224.1, dT = +0.38sec
       608 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       608 = NSV 1466, 6.00 to 6.05, V
18 Feb 25  1 19 56.0 d   95001cB9  8.1* 8.1   69+ 113     69 156  79N  77  96  76 -2.8 +5.2 +1.9+0.8 .403    5.7      5 56  4.4  19 22 37 361.8 711.3
18 Feb 25  2  1 15.3 d   95031 B9  7.9* 7.9   69+ 113     70 184  60S 118 115 117 -2.9 +5.2 +2.2-1.4 .334  -33.9      5 57  8.3  19 13  0 361.7 704.9
18 Feb 25  4 15 17.5 D   95119 A0  7.5  7.4e  70+ 114     55 246  86N  84  35  83 -3.2 +5.1 +1.6-0.6 .433    6.0      6  1 10.5  19 25 14 362.2 764.0
     95119 = V1385 Ori, 7.43 to 7.64, V, Type EB, Period 2.237955 days, Phase 52 %
18 Feb 25  5 58  7   M     913cB8  5.1  5.2s  71+ 114     36 267   4N   3 307   1 -3.4 +5.1 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      6  3 27.4  19 41 26 363.5 880.0
   R913 = 64 Orionis
       913 is double: AB 5.1 6.1 0.055"  59.8
       913 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       913 = NSV 2803, 5.13 to 5.16, V
   Distance of 913 to Terminator = 11.1"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
18 Feb 25  6 50 57.0 d   95228 A5  8.2  8.0   71+ 115     26 274  65S 113  58 112 -3.4 +5.1 +0.3-1.8 .506  -20.1      6  6 23.6  19 14 25 364.3 952.9
18 Feb 26  0 50 19.4 d   96301 F0  8.3* 8.2   79+ 126  -9 57 118  41S 142 190 136 -1.3 +3.9 +2.2-2.3 .248  -55.4      6 56 59.8  19 28 32 360.1 762.3
18 Feb 26  0 53 55.1 D   96312 A5  7.4  7.3   79+ 126 -10 58 118  80N  83 130  76 -1.3 +3.9 +1.6+1.0 .434    3.8      6 57 33.3  19 43 44 360.1 759.9
18 Feb 26  0 56 33.9 d   96308 K2  8.2* 7.5   79+ 126 -11 58 119  47S 136 182 129 -1.3 +3.9 +2.1-1.7 .287  -48.6      6 57 17.5  19 29 55 360.0 757.5
18 Feb 26  2 56 45.8 d   96380 K2  8.5  7.7   80+ 127     71 181  75S 109 108 102 -1.6 +3.8 +2.0-0.8 .392  -16.6      7  1  7.8  19 36 50 359.3 712.6
18 Feb 26  3 46 37.1 d   96396cK2  8.5  7.9   80+ 127     68 213  40S 144 118 137 -1.7 +3.7 +1.6-3.3 .270  -49.5      7  2  9.6  19 27 35 359.4 722.8
     96396 is double: ** 9.5 9.5 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.22sec
     96396 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc  29). Observations are highly desired
18 Feb 26  7  9 48.2 d    1084 K5  7.3  6.6   81+ 129     34 269  72N  76  20  68 -2.0 +3.7 +0.9-0.7 .479   23.3      7  9  8.7  19 32 48 361.5 914.6
18 Feb 27  1  8 28.7 D    1202 A0  7.1  7.1   88+ 140     49 108  56N  65 117  52 +0.3 +2.2 +1.2+2.0 .405   28.2      8  0 32.4  18 50 35 359.3 799.7
18 Feb 27  3 44  5.0 D    1217 B9  6.2  6.2   89+ 141     70 172  21N  31  37  18 -0.1 +2.1 +2.8+5.9 .149   68.9      8  4 45.3  18 50 31 358.1 721.3
18 Mar  1  3 38 22.9 d    1481 A5  7.4  7.3   99+ 169     51 123  59N  84 126  62 +3.2 -1.4 +1.7+1.1 .404   24.1     10  6 37.2  12 46 55 360.6 773.9
   Distance of 1481 to Terminator = 13.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 4.3"
18 Mar  1  6 54 53.7 d   98990 K5  7.8  6.9   99+ 170     60 211  70S 136 112 114 +2.8 -1.4 +1.3-2.0 .402  -21.6     10 11 35.3  12  2 11 360.4 755.1
   Distance of 98990 to Terminator = 12.9"; to 3km sunlit peak = 3.8"
18 Mar  1  8 57 53.4 d    1501 G5  7.2  6.7   99+ 171     42 248  77S 129  82 107 +2.6 -1.3 +0.8-2.0 .469  -15.5     10 15  9.7  11 40 27 361.9 854.2
   Distance of 1501 to Terminator = 11.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 3.0"
18 Mar  3  4 26 43   Gr   1728kM4  6.7  5.9s  98- 164     36 ** GRAZE: CA 12.5S; Dist.214km in az. 196deg. [Lat = 37.03-0.22(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 1728 to Terminator = 2.8"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
18 Mar  3  4 43 54.5 R    1728kM4  6.7  5.9s  98- 164     38 122  41S 233 274 208 +5.6 -4.3 +2.2+4.1 .209 -117.8 .01 11 58 13.9   3 28 55 368.8 803.2
   *** A light curve is desired as    1728 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201690697}
      1728 = NSV 19065, 6.67 to 6.76, V
   Distance of 1728 to Terminator = 16.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 6.2"
18 Mar  3  5 43 55.2 R    1733dA1  5.4  5.4   98- 163     47 138  54N 319 350 294 +5.5 -4.3 +1.2-1.1 .395  158.6     11 59 56.9   3 39 19 368.3 757.4
   R1733 = 7 Virginis
      1733 is double: AB 5.3 14.5 3.2" 218.0, dT = +1.5sec
      1733 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Mar  4 10 25 26.2 r  139080 K0  7.8  7.2   93- 149     41 220  68N 309 278 285 +5.6 -5.2 +1.4-1.8 .403  169.2     12 58 59.5 - 2  4 54 374.8 746.1
18 Mar  5  6 48 14.5 r  139528kK0  7.2  6.7   87- 137     34 135  79N 297 331 276 +6.6 -6.0 +1.3+0.0 .414 -178.9     13 44 57.0 - 6  0  8 380.1 762.8
   *** A light curve is desired as  139528 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212784161}
18 Mar  5 11 28 25   Gr 139592cG5  7.7  7.2   86- 136     37 ** GRAZE: CA  9.3S; Dist.307km in az. 210deg. [Lat = 35.83-0.45(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 139592 to Terminator = 19.0"; to 3km sunlit peak = 5.5"
18 Mar  5 11 40 45.5 r  139592cG5  7.7  7.2   86- 136     33 224  35S 231 198 211 +5.8 -5.7 +2.5+0.9 .180 -116.9     13 51 44.0 - 7 10 22 381.3 738.0
    139592 is double: ** 8.1 8.7 0.020"  97.0, dT = +0.08sec
    139592 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1024). Observations are highly desired
18 Mar  6  9 22 58.3 R    2089 G5  6.7  6.2   78- 124     40 168  55N 320 329 302 +6.2 -6.1 +1.4-1.3 .336  157.8     14 39  0.4 -10 33 17 385.7 678.4
18 Mar  7 11  7 20.1 r  159314 K3  8.4* 7.5   69- 112     37 185  33N 339 334 325 +5.4 -5.9 +1.2-2.4 .234  133.6     15 31 33.5 -14 19  0 391.3 644.9
18 Mar  7 13  0 59.1 d    2223SK0  3.9  3.4   68- 112   3 29 216 -81N  93  65  80 +5.0 -5.8 +1.9-1.0 .347   13.7     15 35 31.6 -14 47 22 392.5 680.0
   R2223 = gamma Librae
      2223 is triple: Aa,Ab 4.0 4.2 0.10" 191.0, dT = -0.04sec : AB 4.0 11.2 43" 157.2, dT = +54sec
      2223 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Mar  7 14 20 20.0 r    2223SK0  3.9  3.4   68- 111  18 18 233  75N 297 257 284 +4.8 -5.8 +1.3-1.9 .384  166.5     15 35 31.6 -14 47 22 393.8 754.3
   R2223 = gamma Librae
      2223 is triple: Aa,Ab 4.0 4.2 0.10" 191.0, dT = +0.07sec : AB 4.0 11.2 43" 157.2, dT = +84sec
      2223 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Mar  8 10 26 19.0 r  159868 G8  8.4  7.8   60- 101     32 161  40N 328 344 320 +4.8 -5.6 +1.2-1.4 .267  141.8     16 20 34.5 -17  4 54 395.8 653.6
18 Mar  9 10 14  3.3 R    2463pB8  6.9        50-  90     25 147  56S 241 268 237 +3.8 -4.9 +2.5+2.2 .246 -134.4     17 10 14.9 -19 26 11 399.6 681.8
   *** A light curve is desired as    2463 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 230756009}
      2463 is double: AB 7.18 8.71 0.10" 120.9, dT = +0.2sec
      2463 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Mar 10  9 42  0.6 R    2591cK0  6.2  5.5   41-  79     14 131  61N 299 338 300 +2.7 -4.0 +0.8+0.4 .370  163.1     18  0  0.1 -20 20 22 402.5 754.5
18 Mar 10 11 22 16.0 R    2599kB2  6.8  6.7V  40-  79     25 152  50S 230 253 232 +2.3 -3.9 +2.7+2.5 .215 -130.0     18  2 37.3 -20 44 15 401.4 651.6
   *** A light curve is desired as    2599 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 226361653}
      2599 = HD 164581, 6.793, , Type VAR
18 Mar 11 10 58 41   Gr 187416 F3  8.1  7.8   31-  68     19 ** GRAZE: CA 10.9S; Dist.254km in az. 208deg. [Lat = 36.44-0.41(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Mar 11 11 19  1.3 r  187416 F3  8.1  7.8   31-  68     20 141  37S 212 243 219 +1.0 -2.8 +2.8+4.1 .157 -116.5     18 53 38.4 -21  3  6 402.5 689.2
18 Mar 11 13 32 46.9 d    2759 G8  3.5  2.9   31-  67  10 30 173 -18S 157 163 164 +0.5 -2.7 +2.2-3.6 .117  -68.0 .04 18 57 43.8 -21  6 24 401.5 607.2
   R2759 = xi 2 Sagittarii
18 Mar 11 13 49 35   Gr   2759 G8  3.5  2.9   31-  67  14 32 ** GRAZE: CA  3.4S; Dist.235km in az. 178deg. [Lat = 36.91+0.03(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Mar 11 13 55 59.2 r    2757 B9  5.0  5.0   31-  67  15 31 179  23N 332 332 339 +0.4 -2.6 +2.5-3.1 .138  116.4     18 57 20.5 -20 39 23 401.4 605.1
   R2757 = xi 1 Sagittarii
18 Mar 11 14  7  3.7 R    2759 G8  3.5  2.9   31-  67  17 30 182  25S 199 198 207 +0.4 -2.6 +2.1+3.8 .116 -112.0 .04 18 57 43.8 -21  6 24 401.5 605.5
   R2759 = xi 2 Sagittarii
18 Mar 12 10 59 45.7 r X 46704 K0  9.0  8.5   23-  57     11 128  71N 279 320 291 -0.2 -1.5 +1.0+1.0 .386  172.1     19 43 23.6 -20  9 51 402.7 761.0
18 Mar 20  1 18  4.9 D     286 B9  7.6  7.6    7+  30 -10 17 265  12N   1 310  22 -5.8 +6.8 +0.5+4.6 .172   70.1      1 55 18.4   6 26 14 378.1 927.0
18 Mar 20  1 27 50   Gr    286 B9  7.6  7.6    7+  30     15 ** GRAZE: CA -7.2N; Dist.109km in az.   2deg. [Lat = 40.01-0.03(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Mar 20  1 38 37.3 d  110244 K2  9.9  9.3    7+  30     13 268  74N  63  11  84 -5.8 +6.8 +0.4-0.4 .514    8.9      1 56 54.0   6 21  1 378.5 954.8
18 Mar 20 22 56  7.8 D     405SF1  4.3  4.1S  13+  42  17 53 227  79S  90  54 107 -5.0 +7.0 +1.9-0.8 .373  -22.3      2 44 56.5  10  6 51 372.4 727.7
   R405 = mu Ceti
       405 is multiple: Aa,Ad     2.6 0.021" 243.0, dT = -0.05sec : Aa,Ab 4.2 6.2 0.10" 191.3, dT = -0.05sec : Aa,Ac     2.3 0.25"  63.0, dT = +0.6sec : AB 4.2 13.6 160" 342.6, dT = -126sec
       405 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       405 = NSV 909, 4.27, , Type RS:
18 Mar 21  0  7 58.7 r     405SF1  4.3  4.1S  13+  42   3 41 246 -59S 228 182 245 -5.1 +7.0 +1.2+0.6 .401 -157.8      2 44 56.5  10  6 51 373.1 783.2
   R405 = mu Ceti
       405 is multiple: Aa,Ad     2.6 0.021" 243.0, dT = -0.05sec : Aa,Ab 4.2 6.2 0.10" 191.3, dT = -0.2sec : Aa,Ac     2.3 0.25"  63.0, dT = +0.6sec : AB 4.2 13.6 160" 342.6, dT = +166sec
       405 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       405 = NSV 909, 4.27, , Type RS:
18 Mar 21  2  7 44.7 d   93136 G5  9.3  8.8   14+  43     20 268  89N  77  25  94 -5.3 +7.0 +0.5-0.8 .508   -2.3      2 50 26.3  10 37 45 374.9 924.7
18 Mar 21 17 33 15.5 D     508cK0  4.1* 3.6   20+  53  50 28  96  53S 117 170 131 -3.4 +7.2 +1.1+0.4 .338  -48.6      3 30 52.4  12 56 12 372.5 922.6
   R508 = 5 Tauri
       508 is double: AB 4.5 6.5 0.003" 242.3, dT = -0.01sec
18 Mar 21 18 15 48.9 r     508cK0  4.1* 3.6   20+  53  51 36 103 -28S 199 250 212 -3.5 +7.2 +0.0+3.1 .318 -131.4      3 30 52.4  12 56 12 371.7 866.1
   R508 = 5 Tauri
       508 is double: AB 4.5 6.5 0.003" 242.3, dT = -0.01sec
18 Mar 22  1 52 21.6 d   93575     9.3  8.7   22+  56     35 260  72S  99  47 111 -4.5 +6.8 +0.9-1.5 .434  -21.3      3 44 39.0  14 14 48 371.1 837.4
18 Mar 22  3 10 24.4 d   93596 K0  9.4  8.7   22+  57     20 273  79S  92  38 104 -4.5 +6.8 +0.4-1.3 .511  -11.8      3 47 15.7  14 24 13 372.4 942.2
18 Mar 22  3 16 50.8 d   93599     8.9  8.2   22+  57     19 274  73N  63  10  76 -4.5 +6.8 +0.5-0.4 .504   16.8      3 47 22.5  14 32 30 372.5 951.7
18 Mar 22  3 24 57.0 d   93605kK0  8.7  8.1   23+  57     17 275  65S 106  53 118 -4.5 +6.8 +0.2-1.7 .480  -25.7      3 47 44.4  14 21 37 372.7 963.6
   *** A light curve is desired as   93605 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210441618}
18 Mar 22 18  8  6.4 d     667cK2  5.0* 4.4   30+  66  52 26  89  88S  85 139  93 -2.6 +6.7 +0.5+1.3 .516  -13.1      4 28 26.4  16 21 35 370.5 951.5
   R667 = 75 Tauri
       667 is double: AB 5.0            30.0, dT = 0.00sec
18 Mar 23  1 18 55.7 d   94065 K0  8.8  7.9   32+  69 -10 52 245  57N  51   3  58 -3.4 +6.2 +1.6+0.8 .367   29.4      4 40 31.7  17 23 19 367.7 750.3
18 Mar 23  1 20 53.1 D     705kK0  7.9* 7.2   32+  69 -10 52 246  14N   9 320  16 -3.5 +6.2 +1.9+6.7 .129   72.2      4 39 52.2  17 29 21 367.7 752.4
   *** A light curve is desired as     705 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 246975820}
18 Mar 23  1 51 56.5 d   94070kA2  8.4  8.2   32+  69     47 253  60N  54   3  61 -3.5 +6.2 +1.5+0.4 .387   27.6      4 41 32.6  17 24 47 368.1 780.5
   *** A light curve is desired as   94070 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 246968035}
18 Mar 23  2 31 16.0 D     711 K5  8.2  7.3   32+  69     39 260  88S  86  33  93 -3.6 +6.2 +1.1-1.0 .460   -2.9      4 42 58.5  17 18 40 368.6 823.6
18 Mar 23 21 10  6   M     832 M2  4.3  3.2v  42+  80  37 51 110  11S 167 217 168 -1.8 +5.5 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0      5 32 12.8  18 35 39 366.5 788.3
   R832 = 119 Tauri (CE)
       832 = CE Tau, 4.23 to 4.54, V, Type SRC, Period 165. days
18 Mar 23 21 13 31   Gr    832 M2  4.3  3.2v  42+  80  35 51 ** GRAZE: CA 11.0S; Dist.231km in az. 335deg. [Lat = 41.32+0.36(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Mar 24  1 43 47.3 d   94751 A2  8.9* 8.9   43+  82     59 238  76S 103  58 104 -2.4 +5.3 +1.7-1.3 .396  -16.1      5 40 45.9  19  7 34 365.7 731.3
18 Mar 24  2 10 31.3 d   94763DA0  8.8  8.7   43+  82     55 246  86N  85  36  86 -2.5 +5.3 +1.6-0.7 .423    3.0      5 41 34.7  19 13 14 365.9 751.9
     94763 is double: AB 8.8 9.8 1.0" 329.5, dT = -1sec
     94763 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Mar 24  2 22 47.9 d   94767 A0  8.2  8.1   43+  82     52 250  56N  54   4  55 -2.5 +5.3 +1.7+0.6 .357   33.8      5 41 44.1  19 21 26 366.0 762.9
18 Mar 24  2 36 47.4 d   94770 A   8.5  8.5   43+  82     50 253  29N  28 336  29 -2.5 +5.3 +2.1+2.9 .215   60.6      5 41 46.3  19 26 29 366.2 776.6
18 Mar 24  2 54 31.7 D     862 K0  7.3* 6.6   44+  83     46 256  36S 143  90 144 -2.6 +5.3 +0.7-3.8 .265  -53.7      5 42 28.8  18 59 15 366.4 795.1
18 Mar 24  3  9 11.9 D     863 B9  6.7* 6.7   44+  83     44 259  33S 146  92 147 -2.6 +5.3 +0.5-4.1 .252  -56.4      5 42 53.7  18 58 49 366.6 811.4
   R863 = 127 Tauri
18 Mar 25  0 55 53   Gr  95943 F0  8.4  8.3V  54+  95  -5 68 ** GRAZE: CA  3.7S; Dist.252km in az.   1deg. [Lat = 41.30-0.01(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Mar 25  1  0 27.0 d   95973 K0  8.8  8.3   54+  95  -6 71 188  65S 119 112 114 -1.2 +4.1 +2.0-1.5 .346  -28.9      6 40 11.5  19 46 26 364.0 697.0
18 Mar 25  1 13 28.5 D    1025 K0  7.3* 6.7   55+  95  -9 70 198  28S 155 141 150 -1.2 +4.1 +1.8-5.5 .170  -64.5      6 40  2.1  19 39 28 364.0 698.8
18 Mar 25  1 32 43   Gr   1025 K0  7.3  6.7   55+  95     70 ** GRAZE: CA  2.1S; Dist.184km in az. 186deg. [Lat = 37.36-0.08(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Mar 25  1 36 26.8 d   78639 A0  8.2  8.1   55+  95     69 211  73N  76  51  71 -1.3 +4.0 +2.1+0.3 .385   15.4      6 41 19.2  19 58  1 364.0 704.5
18 Mar 25  2 16 28.8 d   78650 F8  8.7  8.4   55+  96     64 231  28N  32 352  26 -1.4 +4.0 +2.5+3.6 .194   61.7      6 41 56.7  20  7 22 364.2 723.3
18 Mar 25  2 35 54.4 d   78669 B9  8.7  8.7   55+  96     61 238  67N  71  27  66 -1.4 +4.0 +1.9+0.1 .383   23.0      6 43  0.0  19 58 11 364.4 735.8
18 Mar 25  3 33 35.0 d   78694 B2  8.7  8.7   55+  96     51 253  55N  59   6  53 -1.5 +4.0 +1.8+0.4 .353   37.4      6 44 38.5  19 59 15 364.9 786.6
18 Mar 26  4 47 10.6 d   97234cA0  8.3        67+ 110     47 255  19S 171 119 159 -0.5 +2.5 -0.5-5.7 .172  -68.2      7 47  7.1  18 47 19 364.5 817.2
     97234 is double: AB 8.98 9.17 0.33"  70.6, dT = -0.35sec
     97234 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Mar 27  6 10 45.3 d   98159kA3  8.0  7.9   78+ 124     41 258  38N  53   1  36 +0.6 +0.9 +1.9+0.5 .276   55.3      8 50 33.3  17  1 55 365.0 858.5
   *** A light curve is desired as   98159 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211779946}
18 Mar 27  7 42  2.2 d   98194 G5  7.8  7.3   78+ 125     24 272  26S 170 115 152 +0.5 +0.9 -0.7-3.6 .259  -62.0      8 52 58.7  16 21 25 366.7 980.5
18 Mar 28  3  5 24.5 D    1434wM2  5.4  4.5s  86+ 136     64 160  58S 142 157 121 +2.1 -0.8 +1.5-2.0 .346  -31.5 .01  9 43 43.9  14  1 18 364.1 716.8
   R1434 = psi Leonis
      1434 is double: AB 5.5 11.6 282" 139.0, dT = +815sec
      1434 = NSV 4594, 5.35 to 5.39, V, Type LB
18 Mar 28  6  4 50.0 d   98781 **  8.3  8.1s  87+ 137     50 241  74N  94  50  73 +1.7 -0.8 +1.6-1.0 .425   19.4      9 48 56.1  13 44 39 365.1 797.6
     98781 = NSV 18274, 8.3 to 8.35, V
18 Mar 28  6  7 46.3 d   98773 K0  7.5* 6.9   87+ 137     49 241  17S 183 138 162 +1.7 -0.8 -0.9-5.7 .157  -69.7      9 47 50.8  13 28 40 365.2 800.9
18 Mar 30  6 35 35.3 d    1693kF5  7.5  7.3   98+ 164     53 209  60N  93  71  68 +3.7 -3.7 +2.1-0.6 .371   26.4     11 40 29.3   5  8 24 369.1 740.8
   *** A light curve is desired as    1693 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201787591}
18 Mar 30  7 48 47.1 d  119000kG0  7.3  7.0   98+ 164     44 232  87S 126  88 101 +3.6 -3.7 +1.2-1.8 .435   -7.7     11 42  7.3   4 44 50 369.9 787.4
   *** A light curve is desired as  119000 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201765225}
18 Mar 30  8  1 45.3 d  118995KF0  8.0  7.8   98+ 164     41 235  36S 177 137 153 +3.6 -3.7 +0.0-3.8 .225  -59.6     11 41 38.2   4 35 26 370.1 799.0
   *** A light curve is highly desired as  118995 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201756263}
   Distance of 118995 to Terminator = 12.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 3.2"
18 Apr  1  7 31 30.4 r    1923cK0  7.0*       99- 169     46 190  30N 330 323 308 +5.0 -5.5 +1.2-2.0 .332  149.4     13 24 26.1 - 4 18 32 377.1 704.7
      1923 is double: AB 7.02 10.85 0.27" 272.7, dT = -0.44sec
      1923 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 1923 to Terminator = 4.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
18 Apr  1  7 41 14.4 r  139316 K0  7.7  7.3   99- 169     46 193  83N 277 267 255 +5.0 -5.5 +2.2-0.5 .357 -157.7     13 24  7.4 - 4 32 12 377.2 705.8
   Distance of 139316 to Terminator = 16.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 6.3"
18 Apr  2  5 58 15.4 r    2035cK0  7.2* 6.6   96- 158     36 145  31N 337   4 317 +5.5 -6.0 +0.7-1.7 .311  141.5     14 13 18.7 - 8 26 41 382.2 736.5
      2035 is double: AB 7.0 8.1      132.0, dT = 0.00sec
      2035 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Apr  2  8 28 14.7 R    2043cK0  6.5  5.8   96- 157     41 192  25N 344 335 325 +5.1 -5.9 +0.9-2.7 .252  132.8     14 16 48.7 - 8 53  4 382.2 686.2
      2043 is double: ** 7.4 7.4 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.11sec
      2043 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc  16). Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 2043 to Terminator = 14.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 4.4"
18 Apr  2  9  6 28.7 R    2047 K0  6.6* 6.0   96- 157     39 204  42N 327 309 308 +5.0 -5.8 +1.4-2.1 .320  148.9     14 17 22.6 - 9  1 22 382.5 694.3
18 Apr  3  8 17 42.6 r    2158 A0  7.5  7.5   91- 145     38 174  73N 296 301 281 +5.0 -5.9 +1.9-0.6 .358  179.4     15  6 34.2 -12 54 25 387.0 671.1
18 Apr  4  7 57 39.0 R    2280wM1  6.5  5.6s  84- 133     31 155  51N 317 337 306 +4.7 -5.6 +1.3-0.8 .329  155.8     15 57  5.2 -16  2  4 391.9 684.4
      2280 is double: AB 6.8 13.7 36" 238.6, dT = -23sec
      2280 = NSV 7351, 6.59, range 0.05, V
18 Apr  4  9 30 36.1 r  159619 F3  8.1  7.7   84- 133     35 181  47N 321 320 310 +4.4 -5.5 +1.6-1.5 .291  149.2     15 59 13.7 -16 13 18 391.8 645.0
18 Apr  4 10 36 46.5 R    2291WF7  5.5  5.2v  84- 133     32 200  83S 271 255 260 +4.1 -5.5 +2.2-0.6 .328 -163.8     16  0 19.6 -16 32  0 392.3 650.5
   R2291 = 49 Librae
      2291 is double: AB 5.5 11.5 144" 337.3, dT = -177sec
      2291 = HIP 78400, 5.47, range 0.00, 4V, Type VAR, Period 0.45326 days
18 Apr  5  9 10 57.8 r  160114 K0  8.2  7.5   76- 122     30 163  60S 244 258 238 +3.7 -4.9 +2.8+1.5 .247 -137.0     16 49 30.4 -18 55 36 395.9 649.0
18 Apr  8  9  3 41.1 r    2829 K2  6.7* 6.2v  49-  89     13 130  51N 301 341 311 +0.2 -1.8 +0.8+0.3 .338  152.2     19 22 40.3 -20 38 34 402.7 747.2
      2829 = V4138 Sgr, 6.46 to 6.87, V, Type RS, Period 62.02 days, Phase 26 %
18 Apr 11 18 32 57.3 r    3237cB8  4.3  4.3   20-  53  59 18 234  59S 217 176 239 -5.2 +2.4 +0.4+0.6 .367 -151.2     22  6 26.2 -13 52 11 394.6 801.8
   R3237 = iota Aquarii
      3237 is double: ** 5.2 5.2 0.050" 350.0, dT = +0.09sec
      3237 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1616). Observations are highly desired
18 Apr 18  2 10 59.4 d X  4489 K2  9.7  9.2    5+  26      7 282  34S 143  92 157 -4.3 +6.8 -0.6-3.9 .257  -64.0      3 28 40.2  13 10 19 370.61055.3
18 Apr 19  0 50 25.8 d     650cA1  5.6* 5.5s  11+  38   0 34 264  52N  49 355  58 -3.1 +6.3 +1.1+0.4 .410   32.8      4 23 25.1  16 46 38 366.1 866.0
   R650 = 63 Tauri
       650 = NSV 15964, 5.64, range 0.02, V, Type VAR:
18 Apr 19  1 30 41.8 d   93914dG2  7.8* 7.5v  11+  39  -7 27 271  30N  27 333  36 -3.1 +6.3 +1.1+1.6 .290   55.9      4 24 28.3  16 53 10 366.8 920.4
     93914 is double: AB 6.4 9.1 1.3" 244.4, dT = -4sec
     93914 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
     93914 = V0897 Tau, 7.79 to 7.83, V, Type BY, Period 7.951 days, Phase 63 %
18 Apr 19  1 43 59.0 r     650cA1  5.6* 5.5s  11+  39  -9 24 273 -61N 296 242 305 -3.1 +6.3 +0.3-2.1 .444  147.2      4 23 25.1  16 46 38 367.1 941.2
   R650 = 63 Tauri
       650 = NSV 15964, 5.64, range 0.02, V, Type VAR:
18 Apr 19  2 12 51.2 D   93933cG1  8.0* 7.7v  11+  39     19 277  56N  53 359  61 -3.1 +6.3 +0.6+0.0 .470   31.3      4 26 24.6  16 51 12 367.6 980.8
     93933 is double: ** 8.7 8.7 0.020"  23.0, dT = +0.04sec
     93933 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 553). Observations are highly desired
     93933 = V0906 Tau, 7.98 to 8.06, V, Type BY, Period 7.915 days, Phase 54 %
18 Apr 19  2 14  6.9 D   93936PG8  8.1  7.8v  11+  39     19 277  81N  78  24  86 -3.1 +6.3 +0.4-0.8 .548    6.0      4 26 40.1  16 44 49 367.6 982.6
   *** A light curve is highly desired as   93936 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210585085}
     93936 is double: AB 6.6 11.5 0.40" 192.0, dT = -0.3sec
     93936 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
     93936 = V0911 Tau, 8.09 to 8.13, V, Type BY, Period 8.561 days, Phase  3 %
18 Apr 19  2 52 25   Gr  93938 K5  6.9  6.1   11+  39     11 ** GRAZE: CA -2.4N; Dist.256km in az. 200deg. [Lat = 36.57-0.29(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 93938 to Terminator = 9.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
18 Apr 20  2 12 57.3 D   94541 A2  8.6  8.4   19+  52     31 270  51N  51 356  54 -1.9 +5.4 +1.0+0.2 .403   37.9      5 26  3.5  19  8  8 365.5 906.1
18 Apr 20  3  0 24.1 d   94558 A0  8.6  8.5   20+  53     22 277  22S 158 103 160 -1.9 +5.4 -0.8-4.9 .202  -68.4      5 27 22.2  18 43  4 366.4 975.2
18 Apr 20  4 20 17.6 d   94609 K2  8.9  8.3   20+  53      7 288  79N  79  28  81 -1.9 +5.4 -0.1-0.8 .602   11.1      5 31 20.4  19  1 25 368.01095.3
18 Apr 20  4 47 33.2 d   94634 F7  7.5  7.2   20+  54      3 292  56N  56   7  58 -1.8 +5.4 +0.0-0.2 .528   33.9      5 32 22.0  19  7 21 368.51136.3
18 Apr 21  1 28 56.0 d   95646 G5  8.6  8.1   29+  65  -6 50 253  17S 167 115 163 -0.6 +4.2 -0.3-7.9 .128  -73.3      6 25  3.5  19 45 52 363.9 789.2
18 Apr 21  1 43 33.4 d   78370 A3  9.2  9.1   29+  65  -9 48 256  79N  83  30  80 -0.6 +4.2 +1.4-0.8 .447   10.7      6 26 24.9  20  3 19 364.1 803.7
18 Apr 21  2 21 17.1 d X 88252     9.0  8.4   29+  66     41 263  79S 105  50 101 -0.7 +4.2 +0.9-1.6 .472  -10.3      6 27 37.7  19 55 47 364.6 847.9
18 Apr 21  3 11 13.0 d X 88695c    9.3  9.1   30+  66     32 271  86S  98  42  94 -0.7 +4.2 +0.6-1.4 .515   -2.2      6 29 24.8  19 55 36 365.5 914.3
   X 88695 is double: ** 11.3 12.3 0.10" 301.0, dT = -0.17sec
   X 88695 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1833). Observations are highly desired
18 Apr 21  3 19 19.3 D     995SB6  4.1* 4.2v  30+  66     30 273  16N  20 324  16 -0.7 +4.2 +2.7+4.4 .133   75.3      6 28 57.8  20 12 44 365.6 926.8
   R995 = nu Geminorum
       995 is multiple: Aa,Ab 4.1 5.1 0.09" 127.5, dT = -0.21sec : AP 4.1 15.1 24.7" 359.1, dT = +173sec : AD 4.1 12.9 53"  56.0, dT = +323sec : AQ 4.1 13.9 55"  14.1, dT = +414sec
       995 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       995 = HIP 30883, 4.136 to 4.15, 6V, Type BCEP, Period 0.107322 days, Phase 92 %
18 Apr 21  3 26 18   Gr    995SB6  4.1  4.2v  30+  66     29 ** GRAZE: CA  1.3N; Dist. 69km in az.  26deg. [Lat = 39.72-0.37(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Apr 21  3 34 54.0 R     995SB6  4.1* 4.2v  30+  66     27 275 -13N 351 295 347 -0.7 +4.2 -1.6-6.8 .136  104.7      6 28 57.8  20 12 44 365.9 950.0
   R995 = nu Geminorum
       995 is multiple: Aa,Ab 4.1 5.1 0.09" 127.5, dT = +0.5sec : AP 4.1 15.1 24.7" 359.1, dT = -180sec : AD 4.1 12.9 53"  56.0, dT = -164sec : AQ 4.1 13.9 55"  14.1, dT = -374sec
       995 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       995 = HIP 30883, 4.136 to 4.15, 6V, Type BCEP, Period 0.107322 days, Phase 92 %
18 Apr 21  3 45 15.2 d   78446 F8  8.6  8.4   30+  66     25 276  40N  44 349  40 -0.7 +4.2 +1.0+0.5 .338   51.5      6 30 20.7  20  7 44 366.1 963.8
18 Apr 21  4 18 31.3 d   95789 K2  8.3  7.7   30+  67     19 281  82N  87  33  83 -0.7 +4.2 +0.2-1.1 .563    8.9      6 31 59.8  19 55  6 366.81012.9
18 Apr 21  4 26 39.1 d   95790 G5  7.9  7.3   30+  67     17 282  54S 131  77 126 -0.7 +4.2 -0.2-2.1 .473  -34.8      6 32  3.2  19 43  9 366.91025.5
18 Apr 21  4 49 40.8 d   95822 B8  8.0  8.0   30+  67     13 285  88S  96  43  92 -0.7 +4.2 +0.0-1.2 .595   -0.6      6 33 16.4  19 50 37 367.41060.1
18 Apr 22  1 34 57.1 d   96913 A0  8.8  8.8   40+  79  -7 60 239  66N  75  30  65 +0.6 +2.7 +1.9-0.1 .385   24.5      7 27 30.9  19 50  1 363.9 747.4
18 Apr 22  2 39 28.6 D    1135 K0  6.7  6.1   41+  79     48 255  90S  99  47  89 +0.5 +2.7 +1.2-1.3 .457    1.7      7 29 30.7  19 37 59 364.7 808.4
18 Apr 22  3 16 18.5 D    1138 G0  7.1  6.8   41+  79     42 262  36N  45 350  35 +0.4 +2.7 +1.9+1.0 .267   56.3      7 30 23.4  19 48 50 365.3 852.3
18 Apr 22 22 49 18.1 d    1259 A9  5.9  5.9   51+  91  25 59 123  84S 109 152  94 +2.1 +1.2 +1.8-0.1 .405  -10.8      8 23 21.8  18 19 56 365.0 730.8
   R1259 = 20 Cancri
18 Apr 23  1 36 21.0 d   97833 F5  7.9  7.7   52+  92  -7 66 213  77S 117  90 102 +1.7 +1.1 +1.7-1.5 .397  -11.7      8 27 53.9  18  4  8 364.8 717.6
18 Apr 23  3 48 30.8 D    1275SK5  5.3* 4.5s  53+  93     45 256  36N  50 358  35 +1.5 +1.1 +2.2+0.9 .254   57.0 .01  8 31 35.7  18  5 40 366.2 828.6
   R1275 = theta Cancri
      1275 is multiple: ** 6.4 6.4 0.10" 100.0, dT = +0.26sec : AB 5.5 11.8 75"  62.0, dT = +289sec : AD 5.3 12.6 225" 268.2, dT = -701sec : AC 5.5 10.5 344" 214.1, dT = -1299sec
      1275 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 690). Observations are highly desired
      1275 = NSV 17911, 5.43 to 5.47, Hp
18 Apr 23  4 25 30.4 r    1275SK5  5.3* 4.5s  53+  93     38 263 -30N 344 290 329 +1.4 +1.1 -0.3-3.7 .267  122.9 .01  8 31 35.7  18  5 40 366.8 875.2
   R1275 = theta Cancri
      1275 is multiple: ** 6.4 6.4 0.10" 100.0, dT = +0.16sec : AB 5.5 11.8 75"  62.0, dT = -60sec : AD 5.3 12.6 225" 268.2, dT = -202sec : AC 5.5 10.5 344" 214.1, dT = +832sec
      1275 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 690). Observations are highly desired
      1275 = NSV 17911, 5.43 to 5.47, Hp
18 Apr 24  2 52 58.7 d   98590 G0  8.5  8.2   64+ 106     61 220  81S 117  86  97 +2.5 -0.5 +1.6-1.5 .411   -5.3      9 28 25.3  15  9 56 366.8 733.6
18 Apr 24  4 22 36.8 d   98613cF8  8.4  8.0   64+ 106     47 248  20N  38 350  18 +2.4 -0.5 +4.0+3.7 .123   74.2      9 30 35.2  15 15 36 367.8 808.8
     98613 is double: ** 8.9 8.9 0.10" 120.0, dT = +0.11sec
     98613 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 609). Observations are highly desired
18 Apr 24  4 30 53   Gr  98613cF8  8.4  8.0   64+ 106     45 ** GRAZE: CA  3.6N; Dist. 85km in az.  35deg. [Lat = 39.95-0.54(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Apr 24  7  1 45.2 D    1415WA1  6.3  6.3   65+ 108     17 275  65S 134  80 113 +2.2 -0.5 +0.0-2.0 .513  -24.1      9 35 52.9  14 22 47 370.81011.5
   R1415 = 7 Leonis
      1415 is double: AB 6.3 9.4 41"  90.2, dT = +58sec
18 Apr 24  7 50 59.0 d    1420 F2  6.6  6.4   65+ 108      8 282  85N 104  52  83 +2.3 -0.5 -0.1-1.4 .598    4.8      9 38  1.3  14 20 50 371.81082.1
   R1420 = 11 Leonis
18 Apr 25  4  2  7.4 D   99111 K0  7.5  7.0   74+ 119     56 222  31S 171 139 148 +3.2 -2.0 +0.2-3.9 .241  -54.7     10 25 26.4  11  9 24 369.2 745.8
18 Apr 25  4 34 43.9 D    1529 G5  6.6  6.2   75+ 119     51 233  69N  91  52  68 +3.2 -2.0 +1.8-0.9 .389   25.1     10 27 12.2  11 19  2 369.6 769.4
18 Apr 26  4 41  5.0 d  118803 G0  8.1  7.8   84+ 132     54 214  48N  74  48  49 +3.9 -3.4 +2.6+0.1 .287   45.3     11 21  2.5   7  3 52 371.9 735.8
18 Apr 26  5 17 43.6 D    1645cF8  6.7  6.4   84+ 133     49 226  55S 150 116 126 +3.8 -3.4 +0.9-2.5 .357  -31.8     11 21 26.8   6 38  6 372.3 758.7
      1645 is double: AB 6.7 16.2      271.0, dT = 0.00sec
18 Apr 26  6 10 39.8 D    1648 G5  6.9  6.5   84+ 133     41 240  87N 113  70  88 +3.7 -3.4 +1.2-1.6 .442    4.7     11 23 15.2   6 35  9 373.0 803.1
18 Apr 27  5 18 12.1 D    1758 G5  6.9  6.4   91+ 145     50 207  50N  78  58  54 +4.4 -4.5 +2.5+0.0 .295   42.0     12 13 55.8   2 15 37 375.0 723.1
18 Apr 27  8  0  9.8 d    1767kA2  7.6  7.5   92+ 146     27 248  81N 109  63  85 +4.0 -4.4 +0.9-1.6 .464    6.1     12 17 57.5   1 34 31 377.4 853.3
   *** A light curve is desired as    1767 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201569326}
18 Apr 28  1 43 36.7 d  139080 K0  7.8  7.2   96+ 156  -8 30 122  45S 168 209 144 +5.3 -5.5 +0.3-2.3 .280  -50.4     12 58 59.5 - 2  4 54 379.4 809.6
18 May  1  5  5 18.1 d    2223SK0  3.9  3.4   98- 165     28 143 -73N  70  99  57 +4.7 -5.7 +2.3+1.9 .276   44.4 .01 15 35 31.6 -14 47 22 390.7 732.3
   R2223 = gamma Librae
      2223 is triple: Aa,Ab 4.0 4.2 0.10" 191.0, dT = -0.18sec : AB 4.0 11.2 43" 157.2, dT = +8sec
      2223 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 May  1  6  3 32.4 R    2223SK0  3.9  3.4   98- 165     34 158  19N 339 356 326 +4.5 -5.7 +0.8-1.9 .259  135.4 .01 15 35 31.6 -14 47 22 390.4 687.0
   R2223 = gamma Librae
      2223 is triple: Aa,Ab 4.0 4.2 0.10" 191.0, dT = +0.33sec : AB 4.0 11.2 43" 157.2, dT = +165sec
      2223 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 2223 to Terminator = 3.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
18 May  2  6 36 34.5 r  159919pF5  7.2  7.0   95- 153     30 156  41N 321 340 313 +3.9 -5.1 +1.2-0.9 .306  149.6     16 27  1.7 -17 46  7 394.3 679.2
   *** A light curve is desired as  159919 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 205408249}
    159919 is double: AB 7.3 13.7 180" 238.0, dT = -74sec
18 May  2  8  2  4.9 r  159935 A0  7.2  7.0   94- 153     33 179  58N 304 305 296 +3.6 -5.0 +1.9-0.9 .322  163.9     16 28 45.5 -17 59  6 394.1 640.6
18 May  3  9 57  1.7 r  185337kK0  8.0  7.4   89- 141     29 196  88S 267 254 265 +2.3 -4.1 +2.2-0.4 .322 -169.8     17 22 41.9 -20 13 34 397.7 630.9
   *** A light curve is desired as  185337 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 234257385}
18 May  3 10  7 40.2 r    2503kK0  7.8  7.1   89- 141     29 199  88N 272 256 269 +2.2 -4.1 +2.2-0.6 .328 -174.6     17 22 56.7 -20 12 55 397.8 634.8
   *** A light curve is desired as    2503 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 234259578}
18 May  4  8  0 32.5 D    2633SB2  3.8* 3.7e  82- 131     25 153 -72N  69  90  71 +1.7 -3.2 +2.3+1.5 .291   30.3     18 13 45.8 -21  3 32 400.1 655.0
   R2633 = mu Sagittarii
      2633 is multiple: AB 3.8 10.5 17.0" 257.9, dT = -58sec : AC 3.8 12.8 25.5" 119.1, dT = +56sec : AD 3.8 10.0 48" 311.9, dT = -74sec : AE 3.8 9.2 50" 114.0, dT = +121sec
      2633 = mu. Sgr, 3.8 to 3.88, V, Type EA+ACYG, Period 180.55 days, Phase 69 %
18 May  4  9 21  3.5 R    2633SB2  3.8* 3.7e  82- 130     30 174  51N 306 311 309 +1.4 -3.1 +2.1-0.9 .273  149.4     18 13 45.8 -21  3 32 399.8 615.6
   R2633 = mu Sagittarii
      2633 is multiple: AB 3.8 10.5 17.0" 257.9, dT = -42sec : AC 3.8 12.8 25.5" 119.1, dT = +93sec : AD 3.8 10.0 48" 311.9, dT = -176sec : AE 3.8 9.2 50" 114.0, dT = +181sec
      2633 = mu. Sgr, 3.8 to 3.88, V, Type EA+ACYG, Period 180.55 days, Phase 69 %
18 May  5  8  9 51   m    2778DF8  7.3*       75- 120     21 145  11S 184 213 192 +0.4 -2.0 +9.9+9.9 .000  -90.0     19  4 20.3 -21 31 54 401.9 674.1
      2778 is double: AB 7.87 8.06 1.25" 183.1
      2778 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 May  5  8 11 57   Gr   2778DF8  7.3        75- 120     19 ** GRAZE: CA 10.6S; Dist.260km in az.  25deg. [Lat = 41.62-0.37(E.Long+94.35)]
18 May  5 11 39 47.7 D    2797SF2  2.9* 2.7S  74- 119   4 28 197 -37N  30  16  38 -0.4 -1.9 +1.5+1.8 .192   53.2     19  9 45.8 -21  1 25 401.3 625.1
   R2797 = Al Baldah = pi Sagittarii
      2797 is triple: AB 3.6 3.6 0.10" 193.9, dT = -0.5sec : AB,C 3.0 6.0 0.30" 136.0, dT = -0.43sec
      2797 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      2797 = NSV 11769, 1.75 to 2.38, K
18 May  5 12 35  8.7 R    2797SF2  2.9* 2.7S  74- 118  14 24 211  38N 314 289 322 -0.6 -1.9 +2.7-2.8 .204  126.9     19  9 45.8 -21  1 25 401.7 663.0
   R2797 = Al Baldah = pi Sagittarii
      2797 is triple: AB 3.6 3.6 0.10" 193.9, dT = +0.25sec : AB,C 3.0 6.0 0.30" 136.0, dT = +1.5sec
      2797 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      2797 = NSV 11769, 1.75 to 2.38, K
18 May  7 10 15 39.1 r  163877wF7  8.1  7.8   56-  97 -11 27 151  68N 277 300 294 -2.7 +0.8 +2.0+0.7 .316  162.3     20 47 22.9 -18 37 16 400.3 643.3
    163877 is double: AB 8.2 12.1 29.3" 284.0, dT = -92sec
18 May  9  9 23 42.8 r  165049 M3  7.7  6.9s  37-  75     12 118  48S 206 251 229 -4.8 +3.5 +1.0+3.0 .274 -131.0     22 24 33.0 -13 11  6 396.2 803.8
    165049 = NSV 25892, 7.70, range 0.02, 2V, Type VAR, Period 16.15248 days
18 May  9  9 51 23.9 r  165053 K2  7.8  7.1   37-  75     17 123  79N 258 301 281 -4.9 +3.5 +1.1+1.6 .400  175.3     22 24 44.1 -12 57 28 395.6 769.6
18 May 10 10  0 49.9 r  146570pF0  7.9        28-  64     14 113  29N 307 353 331 -5.7 +4.7 +0.8+0.1 .248  124.3     23 13 27.5 - 8 54 29 391.4 833.2
   *** A light curve is desired as  146570 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 246022726}
    146570 is double: AB 8.09 9.52 0.86"  37.2, dT = +0.04sec
    146570 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 May 10 10 24  7.9 D    3419SK0  4.2  3.7   28-  63  -9 17 117 -46S 109 154 134 -5.7 +4.7 +1.0+0.8 .330  -39.2     23 15 53.5 - 9  5 16 391.0 806.8
   R3419 = psi 1 Aquarii
      3419 is triple: A,BC 4.4 9.9 49" 312.0, dT = -137sec : AD 4.4 13.5 114" 272.8, dT = -331sec
18 May 10 10 32 10.5 r  146577MF9  7.7        28-  63  -7 19 119  51N 284 327 308 -5.7 +4.7 +1.1+1.0 .348  146.1     23 14  7.5 - 8 55 28 390.7 794.9
    146577 is triple: AB 7.6 8.2 24.8" 175.9, dT = +22sec : AC 7.6 9.1 78" 131.5, dT = +198sec
18 May 10 11 21  9.4 R    3419SK0  4.2  3.7   27-  63   1 26 129  53S 208 246 233 -5.9 +4.8 +1.1+2.7 .305 -140.9     23 15 53.5 - 9  5 16 389.8 743.8
   R3419 = psi 1 Aquarii
      3419 is triple: A,BC 4.4 9.9 49" 312.0, dT = +38sec : AD 4.4 13.5 114" 272.8, dT = -161sec
18 May 17 19 29 25.8 d     895cB2  5.9  6.0s   8+  32  64 67 140  75S 110 142 110 -0.3 +4.6 +2.1-0.5 .371  -29.4      5 54 56.7  19 44 59 357.9 738.6
   R895 = 57 Orionis
       895 is double: AB 6.1 8.3 0.015" 110.0, dT = +0.04sec
       895 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       895 = NSV 2722, 5.90, range 0.02, V, Type BCEP:
18 May 18  0 25 59.8 d     915cB2  4.6  4.5v   9+  34  10 38 266  41N  47 351  45 -0.9 +4.4 +1.4+0.6 .353   45.5      6  3 55.2  20  8 18 359.8 880.4
   R915 = chi 2 Orionis
       915 is double: ** 5.5 6.3 0.020" 178.0, dT = -0.04sec
       915 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 396). Observations are highly desired
       915 = khi 2 Ori, 4.68 to 4.72, Hp, Type ACYG, Period 2.8682 days, Phase 87 %
18 May 18  2 36  3.0 d   95293 G0  9.0  8.6    9+  35     14 284  68S 118  65 116 -0.9 +4.5 -0.2-1.7 .552  -24.7      6  9 12.6  19 45 26 362.31067.6
18 May 18  2 58 55.1 D     930 F0  8.0  7.9    9+  35     10 288  50S 136  84 134 -0.8 +4.5 -0.5-2.2 .462  -42.6      6  9 59.6  19 40 33 362.71102.6
18 May 18  3 36 25.1 D     940SB9  5.8  5.8    9+  36      3 293  83S 103  53 100 -0.8 +4.5 -0.4-1.2 .648   -9.4      6 12  1.3  19 47 26 363.51158.2
   R940 = 68 Orionis
       940 is triple: Aa,Ab 5.8      0.10" 294.0, dT = -0.15sec : AB 5.7 9.4 94" 202.3, dT = -24sec
       940 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 May 18 23 12  3   m    1077SG3  4.0* 3.5V  16+  47  24 62 235  -2N   6 323 359 +0.9 +3.0 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      7  4  6.5  20 34 13 358.9 750.9
   R1077 = Mekbuda = zeta Geminorum
      1077 is multiple: **Aa,Ab 4.5 4.5 0.10"  90.0 : AD 4.1 12.5 67" 345.0 : AB 4.1 11.5 90"  85.0 : AC 4.1 7.7 100" 346.9
      1077 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 293). Observations are highly desired
      1077 = zet Gem, 3.62 to 4.18, V, Type DCEP, Period 10.149806 days, Phase 82 %
18 May 18 23 13 53   Gr   1077SG3  4.0  3.5V  16+  47  23 63 ** GRAZE: CA -1.8N; Dist.244km in az. 196deg. [Lat = 36.73-0.23(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 1077 to Terminator = 19.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
18 May 19  2 11 31.4 D   96588 F5  7.8* 7.5   17+  49  -9 30 272  37S 152  97 144 +0.7 +3.0 -0.3-3.2 .325  -53.1      7 10 33.9  19 48 11 361.6 949.3
18 May 19  2 31 28.0 D   96610cA2  8.1        17+  49 -12 26 275  70S 119  63 110 +0.7 +3.0 +0.2-1.8 .526  -19.2      7 11 49.0  19 53  8 361.9 977.4
     96610 is double: AB 8.23 10.10 0.52"  60.3, dT = +0.5sec
     96610 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 May 19  2 33  5.2 D   79143 G5  7.6  7.1   17+  49 -12 26 276  18N  27 332  19 +0.7 +3.0 +2.1+2.6 .172   72.1      7 11 23.4  20 15 33 362.0 980.8
18 May 19  2 40 38   Gr  79143 G5  7.6  7.1   17+  49     24 ** GRAZE: CA  0.3N; Dist.110km in az.  29deg. [Lat = 40.17-0.43(E.Long+94.35)]
18 May 19  3 38  1.9 d   96671 F8  9.1  8.8   17+  49     14 285  88S 101  48  93 +0.7 +3.0 +0.0-1.3 .610   -2.1      7 14 39.4  19 51 35 363.31076.4
18 May 19  3 45 20.0 D   96669 F8  8.0* 7.7   18+  49     12 285  53S 137  84 128 +0.7 +3.0 -0.4-2.1 .488  -37.8      7 14 37.7  19 42  5 363.51087.7
18 May 19  4  1 56.5 D   96697 B9  7.5  7.5   18+  50      9 288  86N  96  44  87 +0.7 +3.0 -0.1-1.2 .629    3.2      7 15 42.8  19 50 50 363.81112.1
18 May 20  3 30 51.3 D    1245pK0  7.7  7.0   27+  63     25 274  61N  74  19  60 +2.0 +1.4 +0.7-0.8 .475   31.0      8 15 58.4  18 41 38 364.1 980.0
   *** A light curve is desired as    1245 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211897761}
      1245 is quadruple: Aa,Ab 7.5 7.5 0.033" 350.1, dT = +0.01sec : AB 7.7 10.5 4.4" 346.0, dT = +0.31sec : AC 7.7 9.8 67"  78.1, dT = +140sec
      1245 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 May 20  4 45 13.2 d   97723 F8  8.4  8.1   28+  64     11 284  78S 116  63 101 +2.1 +1.4 -0.2-1.5 .601  -11.8      8 18 51.9  18 19 10 365.71088.6
18 May 21  2 12 38.8 D X113668DA0  7.8  7.7   38+  76  -8 49 248  22N  39 350  20 +3.3 -0.3 +3.6+3.3 .140   72.1      9 12 40.1  16 31 30 364.7 808.2
   X113668 is double: BA 8.7 8.3 1.4" 236.1, dT = -9sec
   X113668 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 May 21  2 12 43.0 D   98430DA0  7.7  7.6   38+  76  -8 49 248  22N  39 350  20 +3.3 -0.3 +3.7+3.3 .139   72.2      9 12 40.2  16 31 30 364.7 808.3
     98430 is double: AB 8.32 8.71 1.39"  56.1, dT = +10sec
     98430 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 May 21  2 21 49   GrX113668DA0  7.8  7.7   38+  76  -9 47 ** GRAZE: CA  3.5N; Dist.106km in az.  33deg. [Lat = 40.17-0.51(E.Long+94.35)]
18 May 21  2 21 52   Gr  98430DA0  7.7  7.6   38+  76  -9 47 ** GRAZE: CA  3.5N; Dist.104km in az.  34deg. [Lat = 40.15-0.51(E.Long+94.35)]
18 May 21  3 17 16.6 d    1374 F5  8.3  8.1   38+  76     37 260  80S 118  65  99 +3.2 -0.3 +0.7-1.8 .493   -7.2      9 14 57.8  16  0 17 365.8 881.3
18 May 21  6 16 37.5 d    1385 A1  6.6  6.6   39+  78      3 287  54S 144  94 125 +3.3 -0.3 -0.5-2.0 .503  -37.2      9 21 15.3  15 22 17 369.71131.7
18 May 23  1 37 44.6 d  118637 F5  8.1  7.9   60+ 102  -2 60 189  79N 102  95  78 +5.1 -3.3 +2.1-0.6 .378   16.4     11  3 43.5   8 43 48 371.0 709.3
18 May 23  5 54 59.9 d  118702 K5  7.5  6.6s  62+ 103     22 262  74N  98  47  74 +4.7 -3.2 +0.6-1.4 .488   16.6     11 10 30.8   7 53 30 374.7 925.3
    118702 = NSV 18681, 7.56 to 7.62, Hp
18 May 24  2  7 34.2 d  119122kA2  8.6  8.4   71+ 115  -7 55 180  78N 103 103  78 +5.6 -4.5 +2.1-0.5 .367   17.7     11 56 29.9   4  3 49 375.0 701.7
   *** A light curve is desired as  119122 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201724878}
18 May 24  4  2  1.9 D    1728kM4  6.7  5.9s  71+ 115     46 223  34S 171 139 146 +5.3 -4.4 +0.3-3.4 .254  -51.4     11 58 13.9   3 28 55 376.0 743.5
   *** A light curve is desired as    1728 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201690697}
      1728 = NSV 19065, 6.67 to 6.76, V
18 May 24  4 36 20.2 D    1733dA1  5.4  5.4   72+ 116     42 232  59N  84  46  60 +5.2 -4.4 +1.8-0.8 .347   34.5     11 59 56.9   3 39 19 376.4 768.9
   R1733 = 7 Virginis
      1733 is double: AB 5.3 14.5 3.2" 218.0, dT = -6sec
      1733 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 May 25  1 57 23.2 d  138962cK2  8.3  7.8   80+ 127  -5 48 158  87N 113 130  89 +5.9 -5.4 +1.8-0.4 .380    7.7     12 46 40.0 - 0 39 45 379.2 705.2
    138962 is double: ** 9.2 9.2 0.10" 181.0, dT = +0.1sec
    138962 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 666). Observations are highly desired
18 May 25  2  9 51.4 d  138961 K0  8.3  7.8   80+ 127  -7 49 163  59S 147 161 124 +5.9 -5.3 +1.2-1.7 .342  -26.4     12 46 32.4 - 0 49 18 379.2 701.4
18 May 26  1 49 35.3 D    1950 G6  5.7  5.2   88+ 139  -4 39 144  52S 155 182 133 +6.0 -5.9 +0.8-1.6 .323  -34.5     13 35 31.3 - 5 23 46 383.6 729.0
   R1950 = 80 Virginis
18 May 27  4 11 40.8 D    2072 K0  6.6  5.9   94+ 152     41 175  80N 107 111  88 +5.5 -5.9 +2.1-0.4 .353   11.6     14 28 32.0 -10  0 15 387.2 676.1
18 May 28  8  5  2.2 d  159219 K1  7.6  7.0   98+ 165     24 225  76N 106  71  92 +4.3 -5.6 +1.5-1.5 .379    1.2     15 23 31.4 -14 21  7 392.5 722.2
18 Jun  2 10 23 16.9 r    2877cK0  7.8  7.1   87- 138  -6 28 198  54N 296 281 307 -1.1 -0.8 +2.6-1.4 .260  143.3     19 40 49.3 -20 50 18 402.3 631.2
      2877 is double: ** 8.0 9.4 0.021"  32.0, dT = +0.01sec
      2877 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1690). Observations are highly desired
18 Jun  4  8 33 27.0 R    3115 F0  7.1  6.9   72- 117     26 145  89S 252 281 272 -3.4 +1.9 +1.9+1.4 .339 -175.9     21 18 15.7 -17 27 44 401.1 660.6
   R3115 = 31 Capricorni
18 Jun  5  9  7 46.1 R    3240 A2  6.7  6.6   63- 105     27 140  81S 241 272 263 -4.7 +3.3 +1.7+1.7 .345 -169.2     22  7 35.3 -14 29 27 398.5 677.9
18 Jun  9  9 22 20.2 r  109815 K2  8.7  7.9   24-  59     12  97  43N 291 342 314 -6.9 +7.2 +0.5+0.8 .369  135.6      1 20 19.8   2 29 16 380.6 952.3
18 Jun 16  2 23 44.8 D    1186 K1  6.0  5.4    7+  31  -7 14 284  89N 102  49  90 +1.2 +1.9 +0.0-1.3 .628    0.0      7 51 56.8  19 19 30 359.01094.2
18 Jun 16  2 30  3.8 d   97319c    8.0  7.3    7+  31  -8 13 285  58N  72  19  59 +1.2 +1.9 +0.2-0.7 .547   30.4      7 52 11.1  19 27 23 359.21103.8
     97319 is double: **     2.1 0.008"  71.0, dT = +0.01sec
18 Jun 16  2 47  8.1 d   97324     9.1  8.8    7+  32 -11  9 287  47S 147  95 134 +1.2 +1.9 -0.6-2.2 .458  -45.0      7 52 28.7  19  6  1 359.61129.3
18 Jun 16 21 31 47.7 D    1310SK0  3.9  3.4   14+  43  46 69 186  35N  50  45  34 +3.2 +0.1 +2.7+2.6 .242   55.1 .01  8 44 41.1  18  9 16 356.5 730.8
   R1310 = Asellus Australis = Delta Cancri
      1310 is triple: Aa,Ab 3.9 4.9       23.9, dT = -1.9sec : AB 3.9 12.2 41"  70.4, dT = +159sec
18 Jun 16 21 51 36   Gr   1310SK0  3.9  3.4   14+  43  42 65 ** GRAZE: CA  0.2N; Dist.335km in az.  19deg. [Lat = 42.23-0.27(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Jun 16 22 15 51.0 r    1310SK0  3.9  3.4   14+  43  38 66 213 -34N 342 315 325 +3.1 +0.1 +0.8-4.0 .246  124.9 .01  8 44 41.1  18  9 16 356.8 745.8
   R1310 = Asellus Australis = Delta Cancri
      1310 is triple: Aa,Ab 3.9 4.9       23.9, dT = +1.5sec : AB 3.9 12.2 41"  70.4, dT = -4sec
18 Jun 17  1 53 57.0 d    1327kF2  6.9  6.7S  15+  45  -2 29 269  69N  85  30  67 +2.8 +0.2 +0.7-1.0 .506   23.3      8 53 12.0  17 22  7 359.9 962.2
   *** A light curve is desired as    1327 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211803691}
      1327 = NSV 18071, 6.86, , Type VAR:
18 Jun 17  2 30 57   m   98204kA0  7.2  7.2   15+  45  -8 22 275   1N  18 323   0 +2.9 +0.2 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      8 53 50.7  17 32 42 360.71015.7
   *** A light curve is desired as   98204 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211816194}
18 Jun 17  2 51 37.7 D    1331 *6  6.3  4.7V  15+  46 -11 18 277  62N  79  25  61 +2.9 +0.2 +0.4-0.9 .524   28.5 .05  8 55 22.9  17 13 53 361.21043.9
   R1331 = X Cancri
      1331 = X Cnc, 5.69 to 6.94, V, Type SRB, Period 180. days, Phase  1 %
18 Jun 17  3 35 40.4 D    1335 K1  6.2  5.7   15+  46     10 284  53N  70  17  52 +2.9 +0.2 +0.2-0.7 .506   36.6      8 57  8.3  17  8 38 362.11108.0
18 Jun 17  3 57 54.3 d   98258     8.7  7.8   15+  46      6 287  27N  44 353  26 +3.0 +0.1 +0.4+0.3 .303   62.2      8 57 48.4  17 10 53 362.61140.6
18 Jun 18  4 16 11.6 d    1463 K0  8.2  7.7   25+  60     11 278  72N  92  39  70 +4.3 -1.5 +0.1-1.2 .573   18.1      9 57 52.6  13 36 26 366.01070.6
18 Jun 19  1 47 45.1 d   99302kA0  7.4  7.3   35+  72  -1 46 239  43N  64  22  41 +5.5 -3.1 +2.3+0.1 .274   52.5     10 49  3.3  10  9 28 366.8 801.9
   *** A light curve is desired as   99302 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 248778267}
18 Jun 20  4 29 28.6 d  119046 K2  8.4* 7.7   47+  86     23 257  73N  96  47  72 +6.0 -4.2 +0.7-1.4 .471   18.8     11 47  1.7   4 53 34 374.5 903.5
18 Jun 22  2 35 22.4 D    1923cK0  7.0*       67+ 110  -9 45 199  66S 137 122 115 +6.8 -5.8 +1.5-1.8 .357  -16.9     13 24 26.1 - 4 18 32 381.9 690.7
      1923 is double: AB 7.02 10.85 0.27" 273.0, dT = -0.5sec
      1923 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Jun 23  2  9 31.2 D    2035cK0  7.2* 6.6   77+ 122  -5 42 174  62N  84  88  64 +6.8 -6.1 +2.6+0.4 .292   35.8     14 13 18.7 - 8 26 41 386.4 674.8
      2035 is double: AB 7.0 8.1      132.0, dT = 0.00sec
      2035 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Jun 23  2 19 50.7 d  139792 K0  8.2  7.6   77+ 122  -6 42 178  72S 130 132 111 +6.7 -6.1 +1.7-1.2 .353  -10.8     14 13 17.3 - 8 40  9 386.4 672.8
18 Jun 23  4 50 44.0 D    2043cK0  6.5  5.8   77+ 123     32 222  59N  81  49  62 +6.3 -6.0 +1.9-0.8 .319   33.0     14 16 48.7 - 8 53  4 387.8 715.3
      2043 is double: ** 7.4 7.4 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.31sec
      2043 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc  16). Observations are highly desired
18 Jun 23  5 14 27.9 D    2047 K0  6.6* 6.0   77+ 123     29 228  76N  99  63  79 +6.2 -5.9 +1.5-1.3 .377   14.8     14 17 22.6 - 9  1 22 388.2 733.9
18 Jun 24  3  9 37.9 d    2148 B9  7.7* 7.7   85+ 134     38 179  47S 153 154 137 +6.2 -5.9 +1.2-1.9 .278  -36.9     15  3  8.1 -12 51 27 390.8 657.8
18 Jun 24  5 20 58.8 d    2158 A0  7.5  7.5   85+ 135     30 216  62N  82  54  67 +5.7 -5.8 +2.0-0.7 .317   28.8     15  6 34.2 -12 54 25 391.9 688.0
18 Jun 25  8  5 32.0 D    2291WF7  5.5  5.2v  92+ 147     11 238  73N  91  48  80 +4.6 -5.3 +0.9-1.3 .406    9.3     16  0 19.6 -16 32  0 397.5 792.5
   R2291 = 49 Librae
      2291 is double: AB 5.5 11.5 144" 337.3, dT = -143sec
      2291 = HIP 78400, 5.47, range 0.00, 4V, Type VAR, Period 0.45326 days
18 Jun 26  3 43 28.9 d  160069 K2  7.5  6.6   96+ 157     31 163  22N  38  52  31 +4.6 -4.8 +4.4+4.6 .112   70.6 .01 16 44  4.8 -18 32 28 397.7 652.5
   Distance of 160069 to Terminator = 11.3"; to 3km sunlit peak = 2.4"
18 Jun 26  5 15 53   d    2408 K5  6.6  5.6s  96+ 158     32 188  17S 178 172 172 +4.2 -4.7 +0.6-5.6 .092  -73.7 .04 16 45 30.2 -19  8 13 397.7 629.0
      2408 = NSV 20760, 6.66 to 6.71, Hp
   Distance of 2408 to Terminator = 6.7"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
18 Jun 30  6 31 50.6 r  188998 K0  7.8  7.2   96- 157     28 157  68N 280 298 294 -0.9 +0.2 +2.1+0.4 .308  162.9     20 11 11.3 -20 15 54 403.1 630.5
18 Jul  1  8 46  1.3 r  164111CF3  7.6        91- 146     33 180  57N 289 289 307 -2.7 +1.6 +2.8-0.7 .254  143.0     21  4  1.5 -18  6 44 402.0 620.2
    164111 is double: AB 7.91 8.79 0.95" 336.9, dT = -2.5sec
    164111 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Jul  2 10 36 40.7 r    3210cK2  7.2        85- 134  -4 34 199  84N 258 243 280 -4.4 +3.0 +2.1-0.2 .327  166.5     21 55  0.3 -15 15 29 400.3 653.6
      3210 is double: AB 7.31 10.16 0.30"  79.0, dT = +0.9sec
      3210 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Jul  3  9 10 13.0 R    3327 K2  6.8  6.1   78- 124     37 160  50S 210 226 233 -5.2 +4.3 +1.4+2.2 .274 -145.1     22 41 25.6 -12 13 48 397.7 643.7
18 Jul  5  8 24 44.1 r      25 G6  7.4  6.9   60- 101     28 122  53N 284 326 309 -6.8 +6.4 +1.5+0.9 .310  140.1      0 14  1.2 - 3 54 32 391.0 764.7
18 Jul  6  9 57 40.0 r     151 K5  8.2  7.4   49-  89 -10 39 129  62S 219 256 242 -7.4 +7.1 +1.0+2.3 .369 -157.8      1  4 17.6   0 36 55 384.5 743.3
18 Jul  9  8 26 48.5 r   93514kA0  8.5  8.3   19-  52      5  77  60S 222 273 235 -5.9 +7.2 -0.3+1.9 .542 -151.2      3 36 44.9  13 17 31 370.41110.5
   *** A light curve is desired as   93514 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210392554}
18 Jul  9  9 21 22.9 r   93529pF8  8.9  8.6   19-  51     15  84  87N 255 308 268 -5.9 +7.1 +0.1+1.4 .574  174.3      3 38 32.0  13 36 21 369.11032.8
   *** A light curve is desired as   93529 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210406057}
     93529 is triple: Aa,Ab 9.0 12.2 0.27"  65.5, dT = +0.46sec : AB 9.0 11.5 77"  17.0, dT = +71sec
     93529 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Jul  9  9 36 31.7 R     526 G5  6.7  6.2   19-  51     18  86  34N 308   1 321 -5.9 +7.1 +0.9+0.0 .293  121.1      3 39 17.1  13 53 29 368.71012.4
18 Jul  9  9 36 48.0 r   93530kF8  9.3  9.0   19-  51     18  87  81N 261 314 274 -5.9 +7.1 +0.2+1.4 .554  168.3      3 39  4.3  13 40 59 368.71011.1
   *** A light curve is desired as   93530 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210409512}
18 Jul  9  9 41 43.3 r   93531kA0  8.7  8.6   19-  51     19  87  76N 267 320 279 -5.9 +7.1 +0.3+1.3 .536  162.6      3 39 14.4  13 43 32 368.61004.3
   *** A light curve is desired as   93531 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210411411}
18 Jul  9  9 59 48.7 R   93548cG5  7.9  7.3   18-  51 -10 22  90  41S 203 256 215 -5.9 +7.1 -0.2+2.6 .381 -134.0      3 40 33.8  13 33 10 368.2 979.5
     93548 is double: ** 8.3 10.5 0.030" 276.0, dT = -0.02sec
     93548 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1015). Observations are highly desired
18 Jul 16  3  8 38.1 d    1542KA2  8.3  8.2   13+  42      8 278  83S 117  65  94 +4.5 -2.5 -0.1-1.5 .615   -6.3     10 31 32.5  11 10  5 363.51091.4
   *** A light curve is highly desired as    1542 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 248820353}
18 Jul 21  5 38 13.0 D    2128 G7  5.8  5.3   64+ 106     11 245  61N  80  33  63 +6.7 -5.9 +0.7-1.1 .392   26.7     14 54 22.9 -11 53 54 391.2 832.3
   R2128 = 13 Librae
18 Jul 21 23 42 18.2 D    2223SK0  3.9  3.4   72+ 116  20 28 143  86S 110 139  97 +7.2 -5.9 +1.5+0.3 .377    5.3     15 35 31.6 -14 47 22 392.8 721.2
   R2223 = gamma Librae
      2223 is triple: Aa,Ab 4.0 4.2 0.10" 191.0, dT = +0.04sec : AB 4.0 11.2 43" 157.2, dT = +77sec
      2223 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Jul 22  1  6  6.9 r    2223SK0  3.9  3.4   72+ 116   5 35 166 -75N 301 312 288 +6.9 -5.8 +1.8-0.5 .346  174.3     15 35 31.6 -14 47 22 392.4 662.0
   R2223 = gamma Librae
      2223 is triple: Aa,Ab 4.0 4.2 0.10" 191.0, dT = +0.1sec : AB 4.0 11.2 43" 157.2, dT = +99sec
      2223 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Jul 22  6  2 44.0 D    2247 A6  5.4* 5.3   73+ 118     12 238  58S 137  93 125 +6.0 -5.6 +1.1-2.4 .339  -34.8     15 44  4.4 -15 40 22 395.6 791.4
   R2247 = eta Librae
18 Jul 23  2  3 11.9 d  159935 A0  7.2  7.0   81+ 128  -5 32 168  87N  99 108  91 +5.9 -5.1 +2.2+0.1 .328   11.1     16 28 45.5 -17 59  6 396.4 642.3
18 Jul 24  4 28 48.4 d  185337kK0  8.0  7.4   88+ 140     30 195  89N  96  84  93 +4.3 -4.0 +2.3-0.6 .321    2.9     17 22 41.9 -20 13 34 399.7 623.5
   *** A light curve is desired as  185337 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 234257385}
18 Jul 24  4 39 23.3 d    2503kK0  7.8  7.1   88+ 140     29 198  84N  91  77  89 +4.3 -4.0 +2.2-0.6 .321    6.8     17 22 56.7 -20 12 55 399.8 626.9
   *** A light curve is desired as    2503 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 234259578}
18 Jul 25  5  6 11   m    2633SB2  3.8* 3.7e  94+ 151     29 192   0N   2 352   5 +3.0 -2.9 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     18 13 45.8 -21  3 32 401.7 617.5
   R2633 = mu Sagittarii
      2633 is multiple: AB 3.8 10.5 17.0" 257.8 : AC 3.8 12.8 25.5" 119.1 : AD 3.8 10.0 48" 311.9 : AE 3.8 9.2 51" 114.0
      2633 = mu. Sgr, 3.8 to 3.88, V, Type EA+ACYG, Period 180.55 days, Phase 15 %
18 Jul 26  3 46 17.5 d    2778DF8  7.3*       97+ 162     27 159  83S  95 112 102 +2.1 -1.7 +2.1+0.5 .323   -2.7     19  4 20.3 -21 31 54 403.0 632.6
      2778 is double: AB 7.87 8.06 1.25" 182.9, dT = +0.11sec
      2778 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Jul 26  4 29  7.9 D    2779wK0  3.8  3.2   98+ 162     29 170  21S 156 165 164 +1.9 -1.6 +2.0-3.1 .125  -66.5 .02 19  4 41.0 -21 44 29 402.8 614.9
   R2779 = omicron Sagittarii
      2779 is double: AB 3.8 13.8 39" 253.1, dT = -37sec
   Distance of 2779 to Terminator = 6.1"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
18 Jul 26  4 46 43   Gr   2779wK0  3.8  3.2   98+ 162     32 ** GRAZE: CA -1.8S; Dist.272km in az. 180deg. [Lat = 36.58-0.01(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 2779 to Terminator = 0.0"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
18 Jul 26  5  5 25.1 r    2779wK0  3.8  3.2   98+ 162     29 179 -24S 201 202 209 +1.7 -1.6 +2.2+3.5 .124 -113.5 .02 19  4 41.0 -21 44 29 402.7 610.2
   R2779 = omicron Sagittarii
      2779 is double: AB 3.8 13.8 39" 253.1, dT = -192sec
18 Jul 30  6 10  4.2 R    3288 K0  5.8  5.3   95- 153     31 145  58S 223 251 246 -3.6 +3.9 +1.6+2.1 .310 -154.3     22 24 27.1 -13 31 46 400.0 667.7
   R3288 = 50 Aquarii
18 Jul 30  6 20 51.6 r  165049 M3  7.7  6.9s  95- 153     32 148  41N 304 330 327 -3.7 +3.9 +2.6-0.6 .191  124.1     22 24 33.0 -13 11  6 399.8 661.6
    165049 = NSV 25892, 7.70, range 0.02, 2V, Type VAR, Period 16.15248 days
18 Jul 30 10 30 26.1 R    3303kF2  6.4  6.2   94- 152  -9 30 218  50S 215 185 238 -4.5 +3.9 +0.9+1.0 .325 -152.1     22 30  1.5 -12 54 54 399.7 713.9
   *** A light curve is desired as    3303 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 206068930}
18 Jul 31  7 19 58.4 R    3409 K0  7.0  6.4   89- 142     37 150  80S 242 265 266 -4.9 +5.1 +1.8+1.5 .346 -178.4     23 12 58.6 - 9 34 14 396.9 666.0
18 Jul 31  8 26 33.3 d    3419SK0  4.2  3.7   89- 142     42 169 -58N  41  49  65 -5.1 +5.1 +1.6+1.7 .316   20.8     23 15 53.5 - 9  5 16 396.4 649.7
   R3419 = psi 1 Aquarii
      3419 is triple: A,BC 4.4 9.9 49" 312.0, dT = +4sec : AD 4.4 13.5 114" 272.8, dT = -220sec
18 Jul 31  9 49 50.7 R    3419SK0  4.2  3.7   89- 141     41 197  82N 260 247 285 -5.4 +5.1 +2.2-0.1 .324  159.6     23 15 53.5 - 9  5 16 396.3 664.4
   R3419 = psi 1 Aquarii
      3419 is triple: A,BC 4.4 9.9 49" 312.0, dT = -94sec : AD 4.4 13.5 114" 272.8, dT = -343sec
18 Jul 31 10  2 55   d    3425cB5  4.4  4.5v  89- 141     40 200 -28S 134 118 159 -5.5 +5.1 +5.8-6.1 .094  -74.4     23 17 54.2 - 9 10 57 396.3 670.2
   R3425 = psi 2 Aquarii
      3425 is double: ** 5.4 5.4 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.8sec
      3425 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1639). Observations are highly desired
      3425 = psi 2 Aqr, 4.40, range 0.06, b, Type BE:, Period 1.073 days
18 Jul 31 10 14 23   Gr   3425cB5  4.4  4.5v  89- 141 -12 40 ** GRAZE: CA-12.2S; Dist. 74km in az. 143deg. [Lat = 38.19+0.59(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Jul 31 10 26 31   r    3425cB5  4.4  4.5v  89- 141 -10 38 207   4S 166 144 190 -5.6 +5.1 -2.3+7.2 .095 -105.6     23 17 54.2 - 9 10 57 396.4 683.0
   R3425 = psi 2 Aquarii
      3425 is double: ** 5.4 5.4 0.10"  90.0, dT = -0.26sec
      3425 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1639). Observations are highly desired
      3425 = psi 2 Aqr, 4.40, range 0.06, b, Type BE:, Period 1.073 days
   Distance of 3425 to Terminator = 1.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
18 Aug  2  8 15 23   Gr 128965 K0  7.6  6.9   74- 119     42 ** GRAZE: CA  9.7N; Dist.172km in az. 141deg. [Lat = 37.02+0.63(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Aug  2  8 18 42   m  128965 K0  7.6  6.9   74- 119     41 136  10N 331   3 354 -6.5 +6.9 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      0 48 20.2 - 0 29 21 389.4 713.5
18 Aug  2  9 37 54   M     106kK0  6.6  5.9   74- 118     50 162  11N 329 343 352 -6.8 +6.8 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      0 49 55.0 - 0 13 27 388.5 675.9
   *** A light curve is desired as     106 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 220194189}
18 Aug  4  8 57 13.3 D     364 B9  4.3  4.3   54-  94     40 115 -69N  51  97  70 -6.9 +7.5 +0.9+2.1 .423   11.4      2 28  9.5   8 27 36 379.7 795.4
   R364 = xi 2 Ceti
18 Aug  4 10 12  7.1 R     364 B9  4.3  4.3   53-  94     52 136  89N 253 286 271 -7.1 +7.4 +1.7+1.3 .389  168.7      2 28  9.5   8 27 36 378.5 728.7
   R364 = xi 2 Ceti
18 Aug  4 10 24 34   Gr 110556 G5  8.4  7.7   53-  94  -9 52 ** GRAZE: CA 10.2N; Dist.246km in az. 323deg. [Lat = 41.82+0.60(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Aug  4 10 38 47.8 r  110556 G5  8.4  7.7   53-  94  -8 55 145  38N 304 331 322 -7.1 +7.4 +3.6-1.8 .177  117.1      2 28 54.7   8 46 14 378.2 712.8
18 Aug  4 11  5 32.7 r  110568 G5  8.1  7.6   53-  94  -4 58 156  56S 218 237 237 -7.2 +7.3 +1.3+2.2 .351 -157.0      2 29 44.6   8 29 56 378.0 699.9
18 Aug  5  9 24 49.1 r     479 K5  8.2  7.2   43-  82     39 107  76N 268 318 282 -6.5 +7.2 +1.2+1.2 .423  157.2      3 19 13.8  12 27  7 374.2 833.1
18 Aug  5  9 27 14.8 r   93383 K2  8.7  8.0   43-  82     40 108  41N 303 353 318 -6.5 +7.2 +2.1-0.3 .241  121.8      3 19 28.7  12 36 56 374.1 831.0
18 Aug  5  9 56 37.2 R   93398 F5  7.3  7.1   43-  82     45 114  52S 216 263 230 -6.6 +7.2 +0.7+2.5 .387 -151.3      3 20 33.7  12 20 48 373.6 798.8
18 Aug  5 11 48 43.3 r     491cK0  6.0  5.4   42-  81   4 61 150  11S 175 199 189 -6.8 +7.0 -0.8+6.5 .139 -110.6 .01  3 24 10.1  12 37 47 372.1 713.3
       491 is double: ** 6.8 6.8 0.10" 159.0, dT = -0.7sec
       491 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1020). Observations are highly desired
18 Aug  6  7 47 30.0 r   93806cA0  7.7  7.6   33-  70     13  80  83N 265 318 275 -5.7 +6.7 +0.1+1.3 .566  166.6      4 11 10.5  15 37 34 371.61049.5
     93806 is double: AB 8.2 8.3      297.2, dT = +5sec
     93806 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Aug  6 10 32 12.0 R     627 K1  6.6  6.0   32-  68 -10 44 106  62N 286 337 295 -5.8 +6.5 +1.6+0.5 .370  142.7      4 16 48.7  16 12 52 368.0 830.2
18 Aug  6 14 35 26.7 r     650cA1  5.6* 5.5s  30-  67  36 65 212  65N 284 259 292 -6.4 +6.1 +2.2-1.1 .344  149.9      4 23 25.1  16 46 38 365.7 705.6
   R650 = 63 Tauri
       650 = NSV 15964, 5.64, range 0.02, V, Type VAR:
18 Aug  7 10 29 13.7 r     785pF8  9.2  8.9   21-  55 -10 34  93  85S 258 313 261 -4.6 +5.5 +0.7+1.4 .516  176.2      5 15 49.3  18 38 17 363.6 912.6
   *** A light curve is desired as     785 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 247096671}
       785 is double: ** 9.2 10.1 0.036" 281.1, dT = -0.06sec
       785 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 486). Observations are highly desired
18 Aug  7 10 32 10.3 r X 73437S    8.3  8.2   21-  55 -10 35  94  23S 196 251 199 -4.6 +5.4 -0.4+3.7 .272 -121.9      5 16 43.9  18 26 20 363.6 909.5
   X 73437 is triple: Ba,Bb 8.5 11.0 0.70" 160.7, dT = -2.1sec : BA 8.3 7.7 2.7" 344.8, dT = +8sec
   X 73437 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Aug  7 10 32 14.3 R     787DB3  7.1  7.1   21-  55 -10 35  94  24S 196 251 199 -4.6 +5.4 -0.4+3.7 .273 -122.0      5 16 43.9  18 26 21 363.6 909.4
       787 is double: AB 7.7 8.3 2.7" 164.8, dT = -8sec
       787 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Aug  8 10 16 53   GrX 85845     9.2  8.5   12-  41 -11 22 ** GRAZE: CA  7.6N; Dist.195km in az. 331deg. [Lat = 41.05+0.44(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Aug  8 10 25 35.4 r X 85845     9.2  8.5   12-  41 -11 23  82  31N 327  22 323 -3.1 +4.1 +1.5-1.5 .230  113.5      6 18 17.2  20 17  9 360.31007.4
18 Aug  8 14 49 47.7 d     995SB6  4.1* 4.2v  11-  39  38 69 147 -55S 124 151 120 -3.4 +3.6 +2.1-1.4 .331  -38.7      6 28 57.8  20 12 44 356.2 732.8
   R995 = nu Geminorum
       995 is multiple: Aa,Ab 4.1 5.1 0.09" 128.7, dT = +0.28sec : AP 4.1 15.1 24.7" 359.1, dT = -43sec : AD 4.1 12.9 53"  56.0, dT = +59sec : AQ 4.1 13.9 55"  14.1, dT = -57sec
       995 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       995 = HIP 30883, 4.136 to 4.15, 6V, Type BCEP, Period 0.107322 days, Phase 61 %
18 Aug  8 15 53 16.5 R     995SB6  4.1* 4.2v  11-  39  50 71 190  50S 229 221 225 -3.6 +3.6 +2.0+1.9 .327 -141.2      6 28 57.8  20 12 44 356.0 723.4
   R995 = nu Geminorum
       995 is multiple: Aa,Ab 4.1 5.1 0.09" 128.7, dT = +0.05sec : AP 4.1 15.1 24.7" 359.1, dT = +48sec : AD 4.1 12.9 53"  56.0, dT = +160sec : AQ 4.1 13.9 55"  14.1, dT = +138sec
       995 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       995 = HIP 30883, 4.136 to 4.15, 6V, Type BCEP, Period 0.107322 days, Phase 61 %
18 Aug  9  9 36 50.3 r   79290 G0  9.1  8.8    6-  28      3  67  34N 330  20 320 -1.4 +2.6 +0.5-1.0 .303  116.8      7 19 57.3  20 13  0 359.41172.0
18 Aug  9  9 53 55.5 r X100421     9.6  9.4    6-  28      6  69  39S 223 273 213 -1.4 +2.5 -0.6+2.1 .472 -135.9      7 20 33.4  19 47  1 359.11146.4
18 Aug  9  9 58 22.9 R   79298 B9  8.2  8.2    6-  27      7  70  67N 297 348 287 -1.4 +2.5 +0.1+0.4 .566  149.9      7 20 30.4  20  6 55 358.91139.5
18 Aug  9  9 59 20.1 r   79296 F8  9.8  9.6    6-  27      7  70  88S 272 323 263 -1.4 +2.5 -0.1+1.0 .651  174.5      7 20 25.6  20  0  5 358.91137.8
18 Aug  9 10 18 41.3 R   79314 K7  9.2  8.4    6-  27     11  73  80S 265 317 255 -1.4 +2.5 -0.1+1.2 .637 -178.0      7 21 19.0  19 58 39 358.51108.8
18 Aug  9 10 20 59.5 r X 10960 G5  9.7  9.3    6-  27     11  73  42S 227 279 217 -1.4 +2.5 -0.4+2.1 .486 -139.9      7 21 44.4  19 48 51 358.51105.7
18 Aug 16  3 33 53.6 D  139528kK0  7.2  6.7   28+  63      6 257  56N  75  25  54 +7.0 -5.9 +0.4-0.9 .422   34.6     13 44 57.0 - 6  0  8 379.3 941.6
   *** A light curve is desired as  139528 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212784161}
18 Aug 18  2 26 11.6 d  159219 K1  7.6  7.0   48+  87     26 221  54S 141 109 126 +7.0 -5.7 +1.5-2.3 .317  -32.4     15 23 31.4 -14 21  7 388.6 707.5
18 Aug 18  2 39  6.7 d    2200 K0  7.5* 7.0   48+  87     25 224  74S 121  87 107 +7.0 -5.7 +1.5-1.8 .371  -13.1     15 24  5.0 -14 18 37 388.8 717.9
18 Aug 21  4 38  6.1 d  186057 K1  7.9  7.1   76+ 122     22 215  73N  75  46  76 +4.0 -3.2 +1.6-0.6 .333   15.4     17 59 31.7 -21  2 44 400.9 670.8
18 Aug 22  6 46 24.6 D    2746 G8  5.7  5.1   84+ 133     11 230  69N  65  25  72 +2.3 -2.0 +0.8-0.5 .375   16.2     18 54  0.1 -21 21 35 403.8 765.6
   R2746 = 33 Sagittarii
18 Aug 23  3 41  3.5 d  188422 B5  7.9  7.9   90+ 143     30 177  28S 143 146 154 +1.6 -0.6 +2.8-2.3 .156  -59.9     19 40 16.6 -21 18  8 402.5 609.4
18 Aug 23  4 21  5.4 d    2877cK0  7.8  7.1   90+ 144     30 187  25N  16  10  27 +1.4 -0.6 +1.3+3.3 .133   65.0     19 40 49.3 -20 50 18 402.5 614.6
      2877 is double: ** 8.0 9.4 0.021"  32.0, dT = +0.15sec
      2877 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1690). Observations are highly desired
18 Aug 24  6 12 17.4 d    3003 B9  7.8  7.8   95+ 155     28 204  78N  63  43  78 -0.3 +0.8 +1.7+0.1 .332    9.6     20 34 27.6 -19 23 53 402.5 656.3
18 Aug 25  1 59 44.0 d    3115 F0  7.1  6.9   98+ 165 -12 16 129  76N  52  91  72 -0.7 +2.1 +1.4+2.2 .333   27.6     21 18 15.7 -17 27 44 402.9 735.0
   R3115 = 31 Capricorni
18 Aug 28  8  5 37.9 R    3506cK4  6.1  5.3s  97- 159     45 189  40S 209 202 233 -4.9 +5.8 +1.2+1.9 .301 -149.6     23 48 32.5 - 6 22 50 393.4 666.7
      3506 is double: ** 7.1 7.1 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.16sec
      3506 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc  53). Observations are highly desired
      3506 = NSV 14715, 5.01 to 5.26, I
18 Aug 30  4 13 48.8 r  109783WG5  7.3  6.7   87- 137     15 100  75N 269 319 292 -5.3 +7.3 +0.5+1.3 .440  156.9      1 17  9.8   2  0 55 390.3 905.0
    109783 is double: AB 7.4 9.6 39" 103.7, dT = +86sec
18 Aug 30 10  9  1.4 R     208pF0  7.0  6.8S  86- 135     52 204  62S 226 207 248 -6.2 +7.0 +1.5+1.2 .356 -166.4      1 25 40.7   2 58 19 386.1 685.1
   *** A light curve is desired as     208 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 220315860}
       208 is double: AB 7.0 11.1 127"  43.3, dT = +358sec
       208 = NSV 15302, 7., , Type VAR:
18 Aug 30 10 55 31   Gr    210DB9  6.6  6.7   85- 135 -10 48 ** GRAZE: CA 12.9N; Dist.124km in az. 154deg. [Lat = 37.78+0.38(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Aug 30 10 55 53   M     210DB9  6.6  6.7   85- 135 -10 47 221  13N 331 300 353 -6.4 +7.0 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      1 26 53.6   3 32  8 386.3 704.8
       210 is double: AB 6.7 9.5 5.7" 329.5
       210 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Sep  1  6 39 38.8 R     444cK6  5.9  5.1   69- 112     30 101  44S 210 261 226 -5.7 +7.3 +0.2+2.6 .383 -144.3      3  0 44.1  10 52 13 380.5 870.2
       444 is double: ** 6.7 6.7 0.10" 161.0, dT = -0.17sec
       444 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 596). Observations are highly desired
18 Sep  1  7 34 20.7 r   93249 F0  8.1  7.8   69- 112     40 111  17S 183 231 199 -5.8 +7.2 -0.4+4.2 .210 -118.6      3  2 44.6  11  0 46 379.4 806.6
18 Sep  1 10 34 32.7 R     453cM1  7.1* 6.2v  68- 111     63 176  69S 236 239 251 -6.2 +7.0 +1.7+1.4 .371 -171.7      3  6 17.1  11 39 55 377.3 685.6
       453 is double: ** 8.1 8.1 0.10"  54.0, dT = +0.27sec
       453 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 595). Observations are highly desired
       453 = AQ Ari, 7.14 to 7.27, Hp, Type SRS:, Period 4.17 days
18 Sep  2  9 33 36.3 r   93697kG0  8.4  8.0   58-  99     55 124  59S 228 270 239 -5.6 +6.5 +1.1+2.2 .390 -161.0      3 58 35.2  15  5 10 373.6 747.4
   *** A light curve is desired as   93697 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210480958}
18 Sep  2 11  9 49.7 R     592kG5  7.7  7.1   57-  98  -8 66 166  86N 263 274 274 -5.9 +6.4 +2.1+0.5 .371  165.4      4  0 44.5  15 28 31 372.7 692.4
   *** A light curve is desired as     592 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210503728}
18 Sep  3 16 53 23.9 r     764cG4  4.9  4.6   44-  83  53 31 270  85S 260 204 264 -5.9 +5.3 +0.8-0.9 .489 -173.0      5  7 27.0  18 38 42 369.7 882.7
   R764 = 104 Tauri
       764 is double: AB 5.8 5.8 0.10" 344.1, dT = -0.02sec
       764 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Sep  4  8 17 38.9 R   94934cB9  7.3* 7.3s  36-  73     24  83  44S 222 277 221 -3.9 +4.6 -0.1+2.3 .446 -144.2      5 51 52.1  19 31 17 367.7 980.4
     94934 = NSV 16706, 7.34, range 0.02, V
18 Sep  4  8 39 26.5 R     888cB9  6.0  5.7s  35-  73     28  86  66N 293 348 292 -3.9 +4.5 +0.8+0.6 .437  145.2      5 52 23.4  19 52  4 367.2 948.8
       888 is double: ** 6.8 6.8 0.050" 350.0, dT = -0.06sec
       888 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1284). Observations are highly desired
       888 = NSV 16714, 5.97 to 6.09, V, Type RS:, Period 66.32 days, Phase  9 %
18 Sep  4  8 45  4.4 R   94948 K0  7.7  7.1   35-  73     29  87  87S 266 321 265 -3.9 +4.5 +0.5+1.3 .523  171.9      5 52 31.0  19 45 17 367.1 940.4
18 Sep  4  9 32 55.9 r   94988 K0  8.2* 7.6   35-  73     38  95  20S 198 254 197 -3.9 +4.4 -0.3+4.0 .251 -120.6      5 54 59.7  19 36 17 366.2 875.8
18 Sep  4  9 49 41.8 r   94991 A0  8.4  8.4   35-  73     41  97  43S 221 276 220 -3.9 +4.4 +0.4+2.6 .386 -143.4      5 55  9.7  19 41 13 365.9 853.9
18 Sep  4  9 49 51.6 R     895cB2  5.9  6.0s  35-  73     41  97  60S 238 294 237 -3.9 +4.4 +0.7+2.0 .454 -160.7      5 54 56.7  19 44 59 365.8 853.5
   R895 = 57 Orionis
       895 is double: AB 6.1 8.3 0.015" 110.0, dT = +0.02sec
       895 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       895 = NSV 2722, 5.90, range 0.02, V, Type BCEP:
18 Sep  4 11  6 40.8 r   95034 B8  9.0  8.9   35-  72  -9 55 113  77S 256 306 255 -4.1 +4.3 +1.4+1.3 .435 -177.3      5 57 14.5  19 56 50 364.6 769.2
18 Sep  4 13 39 26.7 d     915cB2  4.6  4.5v  34-  71  21 71 188 -82S  97  90  95 -4.4 +4.1 +2.1-0.4 .388  -12.1      6  3 55.2  20  8 18 363.4 699.3
   R915 = chi 2 Orionis
       915 is double: ** 5.5 6.3 0.020" 178.0, dT = +0.01sec
       915 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 396). Observations are highly desired
       915 = khi 2 Ori, 4.68 to 4.72, Hp, Type ACYG, Period 2.8682 days, Phase  9 %
18 Sep  4 14 59 57.5 R     915cB2  4.6  4.5v  33-  71  36 63 233  77S 256 215 254 -4.6 +4.1 +1.9+0.0 .402 -167.9      6  3 55.2  20  8 18 363.5 725.2
   R915 = chi 2 Orionis
       915 is double: ** 5.5 6.3 0.020" 178.0, dT = -0.01sec
       915 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 396). Observations are highly desired
       915 = khi 2 Ori, 4.68 to 4.72, Hp, Type ACYG, Period 2.8682 days, Phase  9 %
18 Sep  5  7 58  7.9 r    1048dK0  8.5  7.9   25-  60     10  72  77N 287 339 280 -2.7 +3.2 +0.1+0.7 .570  156.9      6 51 51.1  20 20  8 365.51098.7
      1048 is double: AB 8.5 12.0 6.9" 229.5, dT = -6sec
      1048 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Sep  5  8 20 40.2 r   78825 A2  8.9  9.0   25-  60     14  75  74N 290 343 283 -2.7 +3.1 +0.2+0.7 .539  153.6      6 52 50.7  20 22 28 365.01064.9
18 Sep  5  9 56 38.0 r X 10124     9.1  8.3   24-  59     32  88  47N 318  14 311 -2.7 +2.9 +1.4-0.8 .309  126.1      6 56 58.4  20 34 54 362.9 924.0
18 Sep  5  9 59 36.3 r X 10123 G5  9.2  8.9   24-  59     32  89  55N 310   6 302 -2.7 +2.9 +1.2-0.3 .365  134.3      6 56 58.1  20 33 22 362.9 919.6
18 Sep  5 10 10 51.3 r   78904 A0  9.0  9.0   24-  59     34  90  72N 292 349 285 -2.7 +2.9 +1.0+0.5 .453  151.7      6 57 12.1  20 29 44 362.6 903.8
18 Sep  5 10 28 14.9 R   78915 B9  7.8  7.8   24-  59     38  93  82N 283 339 275 -2.7 +2.8 +1.0+0.7 .476  161.6      6 57 46.0  20 27 59 362.3 880.5
18 Sep  5 11 16  0.8 r    1063 G5  8.1  7.6   24-  58  -7 47 101  86S 271 325 263 -2.8 +2.8 +1.2+1.0 .467  174.6      6 59 22.8  20 26 42 361.5 822.0
18 Sep  5 12 32 34.7 d    1077SG3  4.0* 3.5V  23-  58   7 60 119 -66N  71 118  63 -2.9 +2.6 +1.6+1.5 .413   16.5      7  4  6.5  20 34 13 360.4 752.2
   R1077 = Mekbuda = zeta Geminorum
      1077 is multiple: **Aa,Ab 4.5 4.5 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.23sec : AD 4.1 12.5 67" 344.8, dT = +10sec : AB 4.1 11.5 90"  85.0, dT = +211sec : AC 4.1 7.7 100" 346.9, dT = +24sec
      1077 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 293). Observations are highly desired
      1077 = zet Gem, 3.62 to 4.18, V, Type DCEP, Period 10.149806 days, Phase 62 %
18 Sep  5 13 48  4.8 R    1077SG3  4.0* 3.5V  23-  57  22 70 154  78N 287 308 279 -3.1 +2.6 +2.0-0.5 .393  163.7      7  4  6.5  20 34 13 359.7 714.1
   R1077 = Mekbuda = zeta Geminorum
      1077 is multiple: **Aa,Ab 4.5 4.5 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.24sec : AD 4.1 12.5 67" 344.8, dT = -90sec : AB 4.1 11.5 90"  85.0, dT = +212sec : AC 4.1 7.7 100" 346.9, dT = -128sec
      1077 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 293). Observations are highly desired
      1077 = zet Gem, 3.62 to 4.18, V, Type DCEP, Period 10.149806 days, Phase 62 %
18 Sep  6  8 40 20.0 r   97372 A0  8.6  8.6   15-  46      6  70  62S 252 303 240 -1.3 +1.4 -0.3+1.4 .610 -162.6      7 55 51.1  19 21 57 362.81125.0
18 Sep  6  9 58 22.6 r   97437c    9.3  8.7   15-  45     20  81  86S 277 331 264 -1.3 +1.2 +0.3+1.0 .571  173.2      7 59  9.5  19 29  2 361.21007.1
     97437 is double: **     1.2 0.011"  99.0, dT = +0.02sec
     97437 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1376). Observations are highly desired
18 Sep  6 10 41 50   Gr  97491 B9  7.7  7.7   15-  45     28 ** GRAZE: CA 10.2N; Dist. 85km in az. 159deg. [Lat = 38.21+0.30(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Sep  6 10 42 43   M   97491 B9  7.7  7.7   15-  45     28  87  10N   1  56 347 -1.3 +1.1 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      8  2  4.7  19 44 14 360.3 944.0
18 Sep  6 10 47 28.7 R   97479SF5  8.6  8.4   15-  45     29  88  69N 302 358 289 -1.3 +1.1 +0.9+0.1 .456  148.4      8  1 15.5  19 35 45 360.2 935.8
     97479 is triple: AB 8.7 12.7 5.8" 264.1, dT = -10sec : AC 8.7 12.2 55" 227.7, dT = -32sec
     97479 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Sep  7 10 11 24.4 R   98303 G5  8.7  8.3    7-  31     10  76  64N 313   5 295 +0.3 -0.5 +0.3-0.1 .489  142.6      9  1 58.6  17 19 36 360.51076.3
18 Sep  7 10 12 18.9 R    1345cB9  7.4  7.4    7-  31     10  76  61S 258 311 240 +0.3 -0.5 -0.1+1.4 .586 -162.5      9  1 43.7  17  4 52 360.51074.6
   R1345 = 68 Cancri
      1345 is double: ** 7.9 7.9 0.050" 350.0, dT = 0.00sec
      1345 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1399). Observations are highly desired
18 Sep  7 11 19 28   m    1353 A2  8.1  8.0    7-  31  -7 22  85  11N   7  61 349 +0.4 -0.7 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      9  5 45.5  17 23 24 359.2 976.3
   R1353 = 71 Cancri
18 Sep 14  1 21 28.1 D    2148 B9  7.7* 7.7   22+  56 -11 18 235  89N 102  61  86 +6.6 -5.7 +1.1-1.5 .424    5.1     15  3  8.1 -12 51 27 382.9 790.6
18 Sep 16  0 51 34.8 D    2408 K5  6.6  5.6s  41+  79  -6 28 204  64S 123 103 116 +6.0 -4.5 +2.0-1.5 .319  -20.8 .01 16 45 30.2 -19  8 13 392.4 649.9
      2408 = NSV 20760, 6.66 to 6.71, Hp
18 Sep 17  0 56 27.1 d    2532 G5  8.4  7.8   51+  91  -7 30 192  60N  62  52  61 +5.1 -3.5 +2.4+0.5 .264   35.4     17 37 30.8 -20 41 22 396.4 621.9
18 Sep 19  0 54  2.6 d  187999kB9  8.1  8.1   69+ 113  -7 28 166  82S  91 103 100 +2.7 -1.0 +2.3+0.4 .316   -2.6     19 20 53.3 -21 32  8 401.3 614.7
   *** A light curve is desired as  187999 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 216893948}
18 Sep 19  4 56 50.7 d  188123 K5  7.0  6.2   70+ 114     16 224  74N  66  30  76 +1.8 -1.0 +1.1-0.5 .366   12.2     19 26 27.6 -21 14 45 402.7 731.0
18 Sep 20  0 52 35.0 d  188998 K0  7.8  7.2   78+ 124  -7 26 153  44N  31  53  45 +1.4 +0.4 +2.2+2.8 .199   52.4     20 11 11.3 -20 15 54 402.0 637.1
18 Sep 20  4 36 54.2 d    2955 A3  7.9  7.8   78+ 125     25 211  48N  35  10  50 +0.5 +0.4 +1.0+0.9 .271   38.2     20 16 15.7 -20  1 22 402.2 672.9
18 Sep 21  3 15 44.9 d  164111CF3  7.6        85+ 135     33 178  31N  13  15  31 -0.5 +1.8 +1.0+3.1 .164   59.0     21  4  1.5 -18  6 44 400.8 620.8
    164111 is double: AB 7.91 8.79 0.95" 336.9, dT = +5sec
    164111 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Sep 22  4 24 14.4 d    3210cK2  7.2        92+ 146     36 184  69N  45  42  66 -1.9 +3.1 +1.7+1.2 .309   20.6     21 55  0.3 -15 15 29 398.9 638.9
      3210 is double: AB 7.31 10.16 0.30"  79.0, dT = +0.8sec
      3210 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Sep 22  6 19 59.2 d    3217wA2  7.4  7.3   92+ 147     28 216  72S  84  56 105 -2.3 +3.1 +1.8-0.7 .344  -19.6     21 57 47.4 -15  7 24 399.4 707.4
      3217 is double: AB 7.4 11.1 17.2" 326.4, dT = -23sec
18 Sep 23  2 47 15.5 D    3327 K2  6.8  6.1   96+ 157     31 144  52S  97 126 121 -2.6 +4.4 +2.0+0.8 .306  -29.9     22 41 25.6 -12 13 48 397.1 680.5
18 Sep 28  4 16 42.2 d     405SF1  4.3  4.1S  90- 143     26  98 -43N  33  84  50 -4.5 +7.2 +0.2+2.4 .412   32.4      2 44 56.5  10  6 51 381.5 901.9
   R405 = mu Ceti
       405 is multiple: Aa,Ad     2.6 0.021" 243.0, dT = -0.04sec : Aa,Ab 4.2 6.2 0.10" 193.0, dT = -0.23sec : Aa,Ac     2.3 0.25"  63.0, dT = +0.5sec : AB 4.2 13.6 160" 342.5, dT = +248sec
       405 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       405 = NSV 909, 4.27, , Type RS:
18 Sep 28  5 13 47.1 R     405SF1  4.3  4.1S  90- 142     37 109  74N 276 325 293 -4.6 +7.2 +1.3+1.0 .380  147.6      2 44 56.5  10  6 51 380.3 829.6
   R405 = mu Ceti
       405 is multiple: Aa,Ad     2.6 0.021" 243.0, dT = -0.05sec : Aa,Ab 4.2 6.2 0.10" 193.0, dT = -0.03sec : Aa,Ac     2.3 0.25"  63.0, dT = +0.6sec : AB 4.2 13.6 160" 342.5, dT = -168sec
       405 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       405 = NSV 909, 4.27, , Type RS:
18 Sep 29  5 57 53.1 R     526 G5  6.7  6.2   82- 130     38 104  44S 215 266 228 -4.3 +6.7 +0.4+2.5 .395 -148.8      3 39 17.1  13 53 29 376.9 843.8
18 Sep 29  9 17  3.9 r   93570 F8  8.6  8.3   81- 128     66 172  88S 260 266 272 -4.7 +6.4 +2.1+0.5 .371  167.4      3 44  0.1  14 37 14 374.6 691.2
18 Sep 30  6  0 21.6 r   94018kK3  7.2  6.6   73- 117     30  92  14S 188 243 196 -3.8 +5.9 -0.7+4.0 .231 -117.4      4 34 58.6  16 59 41 374.5 911.9
   *** A light curve is desired as   94018 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 246924831}
18 Sep 30  6 27 13.9 R   94019pK5  6.7  5.8   73- 117     36  96  67S 241 295 248 -3.8 +5.9 +0.6+1.9 .476 -170.4      4 35  2.4  17 12  4 373.9 875.1
   *** A light curve is desired as   94019 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 246946353}
     94019 is double: ** 7.9 7.9 0.050"  89.0, dT = +0.09sec
     94019 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 954). Observations are highly desired
18 Sep 30  8 20 35.3 r   94047kF0  7.9  7.7   72- 116     56 121  44S 219 263 225 -4.0 +5.7 +1.0+2.6 .353 -148.0      4 38 39.3  17 24 29 372.1 750.4
   *** A light curve is desired as   94047 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 246967551}
18 Sep 30  9  2 52.9 r     705kK0  7.9* 7.2   72- 116     63 135  39S 214 248 220 -4.1 +5.6 +1.1+2.9 .316 -142.4      4 39 52.2  17 29 21 371.7 718.7
   *** A light curve is desired as     705 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 246975820}
18 Oct  1  7 47  9.5 r   94670 A2  8.1  7.9   62- 103     42  98  66N 293 348 294 -3.2 +4.6 +1.5+0.3 .372  142.5      5 35 19.0  19 45 10 370.3 841.8
18 Oct  1  8  7 52.2 R   94684cB9  7.2        61- 103     46 102  61S 239 293 240 -3.2 +4.6 +0.9+2.0 .436 -163.5      5 36  2.6  19 32 58 369.9 816.6
     94684 is double: AB 7.23 10.88 0.80"  69.5, dT = +1.8sec
     94684 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Oct  1  8 12 34.2 r   94685 B8  8.6  8.6   61- 103     46 103  70S 249 303 250 -3.2 +4.6 +1.0+1.7 .449 -173.3      5 36  6.2  19 35 59 369.9 811.1
18 Oct  1  9 56  7.4 R   94723 K0  7.8  7.0   61- 103     64 132  70S 249 287 249 -3.5 +4.4 +1.7+1.4 .396 -170.9      5 39  8.1  19 46  7 368.5 717.3
18 Oct  1 10 19  9.8 R   94739 B9  7.6  7.6   61- 102     67 142  38S 217 247 217 -3.5 +4.4 +1.4+3.0 .292 -137.8      5 40  9.6  19 40 49 368.4 704.7
18 Oct  1 11 11 14.6 r     856 K5  8.1  7.2   61- 102     71 174  66N 293 297 293 -3.7 +4.3 +2.3-1.1 .328  148.2      5 41 11.7  20  3 45 368.1 688.4
18 Oct  2  5 13 25.1 R     995SB6  4.1* 4.2v  51-  92      3  67  57S 241 290 236 -2.4 +3.6 -0.5+1.5 .587 -158.0      6 28 57.8  20 12 44 371.71140.9
   R995 = nu Geminorum
       995 is multiple: Aa,Ab 4.1 5.1 0.09" 129.3, dT = +0.06sec : AP 4.1 15.1 24.7" 359.1, dT = +20sec : AD 4.1 12.9 53"  56.0, dT = +89sec : AQ 4.1 13.9 55"  14.1, dT = +65sec
       995 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       995 = HIP 30883, 4.136 to 4.15, 6V, Type BCEP, Period 0.107322 days, Phase 59 %
18 Oct  2 10  6 23.0 r   78609 M0  8.0  7.2v  49-  89     57 115  35S 219 269 214 -2.6 +3.0 +1.1+3.2 .300 -135.3      6 39 59.2  20 29 11 366.2 750.5
     78609 = ASAS J063959+2029.2, 7.89, range 0.16, V, Type MISC, Period 68.4 days, Phase 29 %
18 Oct  2 10 11 27   Gr  78626cA0  8.5  8.5   49-  89     57 ** GRAZE: CA  9.7N; Dist.210km in az. 344deg. [Lat = 41.00+0.23(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Oct  2 10 27  7.4 r   78626cA0  8.5  8.5   49-  89     61 120  37N 327  13 322 -2.6 +3.0 +2.6-3.4 .191  117.4      6 40 42.6  20 56 23 366.0 734.1
     78626 is double: ** 9.4 9.4 0.10"  55.0, dT = -0.02sec
     78626 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 884). Observations are highly desired
18 Oct  2 10 55 35.5 R   78632wG5  7.4* 6.9   49-  89     65 131  68S 253 291 247 -2.7 +2.9 +1.8+1.3 .393 -166.8      6 41  3.3  20 38 44 365.7 715.3
     78632 is double: AB 7.5 13.4 18.4" 203.0, dT = -30sec
18 Oct  3  8 18 10.0 r   79547 K7  8.6  7.7   39-  77     26  84  60S 249 305 238 -1.4 +1.6 +0.3+1.7 .505 -161.3      7 36 56.0  20  3  6 366.6 947.6
18 Oct  3  8 24 25.0 R    1150cK0  6.7  6.1   39-  77     27  85  82S 271 327 260 -1.4 +1.6 +0.5+1.1 .527  176.6      7 37  5.5  20  9 24 366.5 938.5
      1150 is double: ** 7.6 7.6 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.19sec
      1150 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1368). Observations are highly desired
18 Oct  3  9 25 50.0 R   79583cF0  7.3  7.1   38-  76     39  95  77S 267 322 255 -1.4 +1.5 +0.9+1.2 .482 -177.6      7 39 17.8  20  8 55 365.3 854.4
     79583 is double: ** 8.0 9.5 0.050" 220.0, dT = -0.07sec
     79583 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1370). Observations are highly desired
18 Oct  3 11 27 39.6 r   79639 B9  8.2  8.2   38-  76 -10 61 122  72S 262 307 251 -1.7 +1.3 +1.7+1.0 .409 -169.3      7 43  9.7  20  7  2 363.6 733.6
18 Oct  3 12  3 43.1 R   79652 G5  7.4  7.0   37-  75  -3 66 136  87N 283 319 272 -1.8 +1.3 +1.9-0.1 .401  171.3      7 44 13.9  20 12  5 363.3 714.2
18 Oct  3 12 25 35.3 r    1171 A1  6.5  6.5   37-  75   1 69 147  56N 314 341 302 -1.8 +1.3 +2.0-1.9 .313  141.3      7 45  9.3  20 18 58 363.1 706.7
   R1171 = 79 Geminorum
18 Oct  3 17 56 21.1 r    1193cA0  5.4* 5.4   35-  73  47 29 273  34N 337 281 324 -2.4 +1.2 -0.3-3.1 .325  127.4      7 55 39.9  19 53  2 365.5 948.1
   R1193 = 85 Geminorum
      1193 is double: AB          15.7" 189.9, dT = +40sec
18 Oct  4  9  8 25.0 r   98008kA2  8.9  8.8s  27-  63     23  85  54N 321  16 304 -0.3 -0.2 +0.9-0.7 .371  133.4      8 39 43.0  18 33 11 365.0 956.5
   *** A light curve is desired as   98008 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211888138}
     98008 = NSV 17947, 8.88 to 9., Hp
18 Oct  4  9 22 34.7 r   98011 F0  9.1  9.0   27-  63     26  87  78S 273 328 257 -0.3 -0.2 +0.5+1.1 .529 -178.7      8 39 49.6  18 20 51 364.8 935.6
18 Oct  4  9 48 37.4 r   98036 G5  8.9  8.4   27-  63     31  91  64N 311   6 294 -0.3 -0.2 +1.0-0.3 .413  144.3      8 41  3.0  18 29 29 364.3 899.7
18 Oct  4  9 50  9.9 r   98031 F8  9.2  8.9   27-  63     31  91  62S 257 312 240 -0.3 -0.2 +0.6+1.6 .483 -161.8      8 40 51.3  18 15  0 364.2 897.4
18 Oct  4 10 38 37.5 D    1310SK0  3.9  3.4   27-  62     40  99 -80S 115 170  99 -0.4 -0.3 +1.2+0.2 .450  -18.7      8 44 41.1  18  9 16 363.4 838.5
   R1310 = Asellus Australis = Delta Cancri
      1310 is triple: Aa,Ab 3.9 4.9       22.5, dT = +0.06sec : AB 3.9 12.2 41"  70.2, dT = +64sec
18 Oct  4 10 55 53.7 R    1307 K0  8.0  7.4   27-  62     43 102  52S 248 301 231 -0.4 -0.3 +1.1+2.0 .404 -150.5      8 43  8.4  18  9  2 363.1 816.5
   R1307 = 44 Cancri
18 Oct  4 11 10 35.4 r   98071 A5  9.0  8.9   27-  62     46 105  49S 244 296 227 -0.4 -0.3 +1.2+2.2 .378 -146.1      8 43 38.4  18  7  8 362.9 801.0
18 Oct  4 11 47 38.1 R    1310SK0  3.9  3.4   27-  62  -6 53 114  65S 260 309 244 -0.5 -0.4 +1.5+1.3 .413 -161.1      8 44 41.1  18  9 16 362.3 766.7
   R1310 = Asellus Australis = Delta Cancri
      1310 is triple: Aa,Ab 3.9 4.9       22.5, dT = -0.7sec : AB 3.9 12.2 41"  70.2, dT = +98sec
18 Oct  5  8 34 28.5 r   98676 F2  8.0  7.8S  18-  50      5  74  45S 245 296 224 +0.9 -1.7 -0.3+1.8 .510 -146.1      9 37 17.3  15 15  9 366.01091.5
     98676 = NSV 4550, 8.3, 
18 Oct  5  8 43 34.2 r   98678cF8  8.8        18-  50      6  75  87N 293 344 272 +0.9 -1.7 +0.0+0.5 .590  166.2      9 37 38.8  15 27 31 365.81077.5
     98678 is double: AB 9.23 9.87 0.28" 254.3, dT = -0.37sec
     98678 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Oct  5  9 22 21.2 r   98694d    9.3  9.2   18-  50     13  81  66S 267 319 246 +0.9 -1.8 +0.1+1.2 .561 -167.0      9 39  7.7  15 16 34 365.11019.5
     98694 is double: AB 9.3 14.6 4.0"  40.8, dT = +5sec
     98694 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Oct  5 10 25 31.2 r   98713     9.4  8.5   17-  49     25  91  52S 252 306 231 +0.9 -1.9 +0.5+1.8 .460 -151.0      9 41 32.9  15  6 19 363.8 928.6
18 Oct  6 15 37 31.6 r    1576 A2  5.3  5.3    8-  33  34 61 165  42N 344 356 321 +1.9 -3.5 +0.9-3.1 .283  132.3     10 49 15.4  10 32 43 361.1 737.2
   R1576 = 53 Leonis
18 Oct  7 11 14  1.8 R    1684kK0  6.8  6.3    4-  22      8  89  21S 233 285 209 +3.6 -4.7 +0.0+3.1 .326 -124.5     11 36 34.2   6  6 23 366.81023.7
   *** A light curve is desired as    1684 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201839927}
18 Oct  7 11 32  6   Gr   1690 K5  8.7  7.9    4-  22 -10 12 ** GRAZE: CA 13.3N; Dist.246km in az. 177deg. [Lat = 36.81+0.04(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Oct  7 11 39  8.0 R  118952kA2  7.1  7.0    4-  22  -9 13  93  75S 287 338 263 +3.6 -4.7 +0.3+0.7 .555 -177.5     11 37 17.8   6 16 12 366.3 987.6
   *** A light curve is desired as  118952 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201848261}
18 Oct 13  1 54 34.7 D    2361 B2  4.2  4.1V  17+  48      4 242  61S 125  79 117 +5.2 -4.6 +0.9-2.1 .397  -28.8     16 27  1.4 -18 27 23 390.6 857.7
   R2361 = chi Ophiuchi
      2361 = khi Oph, 4.14 to 4.77, V, Type GCAS+LERI, Period 0.649 days
18 Oct 14  1 25 11.7 d  185258pF0  8.6* 8.4v  25+  60     15 227  87S  96  58  93 +4.7 -3.6 +1.3-1.3 .391   -3.0     17 18 52.4 -20 29 57 394.0 747.3
   *** A light curve is desired as  185258 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 234201903}
    185258 is double: AB 11.4 11.9 6.7"  72.8, dT = +16sec
    185258 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
    185258 = ASAS J171852-2030.0, 8.549, range 0.09, V, Type DSCT|BCEP|E, Period 0.141152 days, Phase 16 %
18 Oct 14  1 32 12.6 d  185255 K0  8.6* 8.1   25+  60     14 229  52S 131  92 128 +4.6 -3.6 +1.6-2.4 .309  -38.5     17 18 48.6 -20 38 31 394.1 755.8
18 Oct 14  1 33 48.1 d X 42183wF2  8.8* 8.6   25+  60     13 229  71S 111  72 108 +4.6 -3.6 +1.4-1.7 .375  -18.8     17 19  2.7 -20 34  6 394.1 757.4
   X 42183 is double: AB 8.8 13.0 19.9" 302.5, dT = -52sec
18 Oct 15  0  1 25.2 D    2618 A2  6.4  6.0v  33+  71  -5 28 198  22N  20   5  23 +4.1 -2.5 +1.7+3.8 .105   71.4     18  8 38.6 -21 26 58 396.3 632.2
      2618 = V4381 Sgr, 6.57 to 6.62, Hp, Type ACYG:
18 Oct 15  0 13 28.7 d X 43428 B   8.5  8.2   33+  71  -7 27 201  64N  63  46  65 +4.0 -2.5 +2.0+0.1 .292   28.2     18  9 30.9 -21 34 21 396.4 637.6
18 Oct 15  0 15 10   Gr   2618 A2  6.4  6.0v  33+  71  -8 25 ** GRAZE: CA  2.7N; Dist.188km in az. 347deg. [Lat = 40.77+0.19(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Oct 15  3  9 53.9 D    2635 K2  5.5  4.7s  34+  72      6 236  71S 107  63 110 +3.5 -2.5 +1.0-1.7 .391  -21.9     18 14 15.9 -21 42 47 399.1 815.4
   R2635 = 14 Sagittarii
      2635 = NSV 10393, 5.36 to 5.50, V
18 Oct 16  2 16 35.7 D    2779wK0  3.8  3.2   43+  82     20 217  70N  64  33  72 +2.5 -1.2 +1.3-0.3 .342   17.2     19  4 41.0 -21 44 29 400.2 694.0
   R2779 = omicron Sagittarii
      2779 is double: AB 3.8 13.8 39" 253.2, dT = -112sec
18 Oct 16  3 31 53.4 r    2779wK0  3.8  3.2   44+  83      9 232 -77N 277 235 285 +2.2 -1.2 +1.1-1.5 .386  163.1     19  4 41.0 -21 44 29 401.4 785.0
   R2779 = omicron Sagittarii
      2779 is double: AB 3.8 13.8 39" 253.2, dT = -92sec
18 Oct 18  0 38 12.6 d    3026 K1  7.4  6.9   62+ 104     31 169  58N  42  51  59 +0.2 +1.5 +2.0+1.7 .263   33.5     20 43 55.0 -19 20 39 400.9 613.9
18 Oct 18  2 31  6.0 d  163869 F0  7.6  7.4   62+ 104     29 200  55S 110  94 127 -0.2 +1.5 +2.7-1.4 .257  -39.0     20 46 38.4 -19 26 17 401.0 643.2
18 Oct 18  3 38 35.1 D    3035 F3  6.8  6.6   63+ 105     24 216  66S  99  70 116 -0.5 +1.5 +2.0-1.3 .313  -29.0     20 48 13.7 -19 15 37 401.6 697.2
18 Oct 20  2 43 14.7 D    3288 K0  5.8  5.3   80+ 126     38 178  77S  79  81 102 -2.7 +4.1 +2.3+0.4 .320  -15.8     22 24 27.1 -13 31 46 397.1 640.2
   R3288 = 50 Aquarii
18 Oct 20  3 38  5.8 d  165049 M3  7.7  6.9s  80+ 126     37 195  23N 359 347  22 -2.9 +4.1 -0.3+3.9 .155   63.0     22 24 33.0 -13 11  6 397.1 656.6
    165049 = NSV 25892, 7.70, range 0.02, 2V, Type VAR, Period 16.15248 days
18 Oct 20  6 50 59.6 d    3303kF2  6.4  6.2   80+ 128     14 240  57S  99  55 122 -3.4 +4.0 +1.1-1.7 .355  -34.5     22 30  1.5 -12 54 54 399.0 832.4
   *** A light curve is desired as    3303 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 206068930}
18 Oct 21  3 25 39.2 D    3409 K0  7.0  6.4   87+ 138     42 178  74S  78  80 102 -3.7 +5.2 +2.3+0.5 .327  -17.8     23 12 58.6 - 9 34 14 393.7 656.6
18 Oct 21  5 49  1.8 D    3419SK0  4.2  3.7   87+ 138     33 220  87S  65  35  90 -4.2 +5.1 +1.4-0.1 .378   -5.2     23 15 53.5 - 9  5 16 394.1 725.6
   R3419 = psi 1 Aquarii
      3419 is triple: A,BC 4.4 9.9 49" 312.0, dT = -51sec : AD 4.4 13.5 114" 272.8, dT = -268sec
18 Oct 21  7  4 52.6 r    3419SK0  4.2  3.7   88+ 139     22 237 -85S 237 195 261 -4.4 +5.1 +0.8-0.1 .418 -174.7     23 15 53.5 - 9  5 16 395.0 803.4
   R3419 = psi 1 Aquarii
      3419 is triple: A,BC 4.4 9.9 49" 312.0, dT = -30sec : AD 4.4 13.5 114" 272.8, dT = -221sec
18 Oct 23  3 34 51.1 d  128965 K0  7.6  6.9   97+ 161     46 148  81N  42  67  66 -4.6 +6.8 +1.3+2.0 .362   16.6      0 48 20.2 - 0 29 21 385.5 707.3
18 Oct 23  4 52 24.3 D     106kK0  6.6  5.9   97+ 161     51 176  77N  38  41  62 -4.9 +6.7 +1.4+1.8 .347   19.6      0 49 55.0 - 0 13 27 384.9 687.1
   *** A light curve is desired as     106 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 220194189}
18 Oct 25  3 38 20.0 d     364 B9  4.3  4.3   99- 172     41 116 -72S 133 178 152 -4.3 +7.2 +3.3-1.8 .145  -70.8      2 28  9.5   8 27 36 378.0 806.6
   R364 = xi 2 Ceti
18 Oct 25  3 47 22   Gr    364 B9  4.3  4.3   99- 172     43 ** GRAZE: CA-52.4S; Dist.133km in az. 141deg. [Lat = 37.48+0.63(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Oct 25  4  2 18.3 r     364 B9  4.3  4.3   99- 172     45 122 -33S 171 213 189 -4.3 +7.1 -1.2+5.6 .141 -109.2      2 28  9.5   8 27 36 377.6 783.1
   R364 = xi 2 Ceti
18 Oct 25  5 51 27.7 r  110566 A5  7.0  6.8   99- 171     59 160  53S 254 270 272 -4.6 +7.0 +1.9+0.9 .380  167.0      2 29 35.3   9  0 23 376.4 712.0
   Distance of 110566 to Terminator = 6.9"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.2"
18 Oct 26  3  8 21.4 r     477 B8  7.8  7.6   97- 161     29  97  75N 286 339 301 -3.7 +6.8 +1.0+0.8 .381  139.7      3 18 15.2  12 49 26 375.7 910.1
18 Oct 27  8 38 52.2 d     653SA7  4.8* 4.7   92- 146     68 192  -3N   1 351   9 -3.6 +5.6 +0.3+7.7 .124   71.4      4 24  5.8  17 26 39 369.4 698.0
   R653 = 64 delta 2 Tauri
       653 is triple: AC 4.4 9.6 10.9"  82.6, dT = +13sec : AB 4.8 14.6 148" 248.4, dT = -454sec
18 Oct 27  8 52  1   Gr    653SA7  4.8  4.7   92- 146     67 ** GRAZE: CA 14.5N; Dist. 94km in az. 345deg. [Lat = 39.90+0.21(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 653 to Terminator = 18.1"; to 3km sunlit peak = 6.1"
18 Oct 27  9  4 24.1 R     653SA7  4.8* 4.7   92- 146     67 208  33N 325 302 333 -3.7 +5.6 +3.4-6.9 .125  108.6      4 24  5.8  17 26 39 369.4 699.8
   R653 = 64 delta 2 Tauri
       653 is triple: AC 4.4 9.6 10.9"  82.6, dT = +41sec : AB 4.8 14.6 148" 248.4, dT = -281sec
18 Oct 27  9 22 19.3 R   93913cF6  7.0* 6.7   91- 146     64 216  51S 229 200 237 -3.7 +5.6 +1.8+1.4 .355 -154.6      4 24 22.3  17  4 44 369.5 703.7
     93913 is double: ** 7.6 10.6 0.18" 108.8, dT = +0.26sec
     93913 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 615). Observations are highly desired
18 Oct 27 10 26 46.5 r   93927kF0  7.5* 7.3   91- 146     55 241  69N 288 243 296 -3.9 +5.5 +1.7-1.7 .351  148.9      4 25 53.5  17 26 51 369.9 735.1
   *** A light curve is desired as   93927 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210634047}
18 Oct 27 10 34 14.0 r   93934 G5  7.5  6.8   91- 146     54 242  38S 215 169 223 -3.9 +5.5 +1.6+1.8 .306 -137.9      4 26 31.3  17  9 18 370.0 740.4
18 Oct 27 11 55  4.7 r   93958cG2  7.8  7.5v  91- 145  -9 40 260  45S 223 169 231 -4.0 +5.5 +1.3+0.8 .358 -141.9      4 28 48.3  17 17  8 370.9 818.2
     93958 is double: ** 9.0 9.0 0.50" 279.0, dT = -0.8sec
     93958 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 532). Observations are highly desired
     93958 = V0920 Tau, 7.81 to 7.87, V, Type BY, Period 7.451 days, Phase 86 %
18 Oct 27 12 22 54.4 r   93962pF7  7.0  6.7s  91- 145  -4 34 265  81N 277 222 284 -4.1 +5.5 +0.8-1.4 .458  165.4      4 29 20.6  17 32 42 371.3 852.5
   *** A light curve is desired as   93962 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210640991}
     93962 is double: ** 7.0      0.012" 203.7, dT = -0.01sec
     93962 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1235). Observations are highly desired
     93962 = NSV 16025, 7.05, range 0.03, b, Type BY:
18 Oct 28  7 44 38   Gr    798pK0  6.2  5.6   84- 134     63 ** GRAZE: CA 14.5N; Dist. 67km in az. 157deg. [Lat = 38.37+0.33(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Oct 28  7 45 19   M     798pK0  6.2  5.6   84- 134     63 129  14N 345  25 348 -2.5 +4.6 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      5 20 56.6  19 48 52 367.6 732.1
   *** A light curve is desired as     798 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 247220058}
18 Oct 28  7 52 33.4 R     796kA0  6.7  6.7v  84- 134     64 132  85N 275 312 277 -2.5 +4.6 +2.0+0.4 .385  160.6      5 20 18.3  19 34 42 367.5 726.7
   *** A light curve is desired as     796 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 247195129}
       796 = V1159 Tau, 6.63 to 6.66, Hp, Type ACV, Period 1.63988 days, Phase 17 %
18 Oct 28  9 32  1   Gr  94517 F5  8.4  8.1   84- 133     73 ** GRAZE: CA 10.4N; Dist.216km in az. 171deg. [Lat = 37.06+0.13(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Oct 28  9 32 35   m   94517 F5  8.4  8.1   84- 133     71 192  10N 350 340 352 -2.8 +4.4 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      5 23 57.1  19 59 57 367.1 695.2
   Distance of 94517 to Terminator = 16.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 3.4"
18 Oct 29  7  0  5.1 r   78223 B2  8.5  8.1v  76- 121     46 101  47S 231 286 227 -1.4 +3.3 +0.7+2.4 .401 -150.6      6 19 16.9  20 34 48 367.2 819.0
     78223 = V0963 Ori, 8.47 to 8.5, V, Type BCEP:, Period 0.2 days
18 Oct 29  7 18 21   m   78252 K0  7.7  7.0   75- 121     49 103  13N 351  45 347 -1.5 +3.2 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      6 20 32.1  21  5 27 366.9 799.3
18 Oct 29 11 32 33   Gr  78406 A0  7.6  7.6   74- 119     64 ** GRAZE: CA  3.4N; Dist.281km in az.   8deg. [Lat = 41.59-0.11(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 78406 to Terminator = 17.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 1.4"
18 Oct 29 11 45  9.8 r   78391 A3  8.3  8.2   74- 119 -11 64 234  83N 281 239 277 -2.1 +3.0 +1.8-1.1 .401  170.3      6 27 19.3  20 58 37 365.8 721.3
18 Oct 29 11 54 51.4 R   78406 A0  7.6  7.6   74- 119 -10 62 238  35N 330 285 325 -2.1 +3.0 +1.2-4.5 .220  122.4      6 28  9.4  21  9 27 365.9 727.3
18 Oct 29 11 55 25.3 r   78394WG0  8.4* 7.8   74- 119  -9 62 237  55S 239 195 235 -2.1 +3.0 +2.0+0.8 .345 -147.3      6 27 46.0  20 46 59 365.9 727.8
     78394 is double: BA 8.2 6.7 24.7"  21.9, dT = +57sec
18 Oct 29 11 56 15.7 R     989SK0  6.7  5.9   74- 119  -9 62 238  56S 241 196 236 -2.1 +3.0 +2.0+0.7 .351 -148.9      6 27 46.6  20 47 22 365.9 728.4
   R989 = 15 Geminorum
       989 is multiple: AB 6.7 8.2 24.7" 201.9, dT = -55sec : AC 6.7 12.7 83"  35.2, dT = +213sec : AD 6.7 12.7 87"  52.0, dT = +246sec : AE 6.7 13.6 111"  44.0, dT = +303sec
18 Oct 30  5 47 40.1 r   79245 G5  7.8  7.2   66- 108     21  80  79N 290 345 280 -0.4 +1.9 +0.5+0.7 .504  156.0      7 17 18.7  20 44 41 368.5 986.5
18 Oct 30  6 42  9.6 r   79288wG0  7.8* 7.2   65- 108     31  88  26S 214 271 205 -0.4 +1.8 -0.1+3.3 .314 -128.1      7 19 48.3  20 27 54 367.5 907.3
     79288 is double: AB 7.9 12.9 21.6"   3.1, dT = +59sec
18 Oct 30  7 16  8   d    1113wM0  5.1  4.3s  65- 107     38  93 -22S 166 222 157 -0.4 +1.7 +3.8-8.3 .088  -79.5 .04  7 21 56.9  20 26 37 366.9 861.8
   R1113 = 56 Geminorum
      1113 is double: AB 5.3 12.2 12.8" 185.7, dT = +137sec
      1113 = NSV 3550, 5.09, range 0.06, V
18 Oct 30  7 22 16   Gr   1113wM0  5.1  4.3s  65- 107     39 ** GRAZE: CA-11.7S; Dist. 33km in az. 159deg. [Lat = 38.71+0.30(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Oct 30  7 28 46   r    1113wM0  5.1  4.3s  65- 107     40  95  -1S 187 243 178 -0.5 +1.7 +9.9+9.9 .086 -100.5 .04  7 21 56.9  20 26 37 366.7 845.4
   R1113 = 56 Geminorum
      1113 is double: AB 5.3 12.2 12.8" 185.7, dT = -148sec
      1113 = NSV 3550, 5.09, range 0.06, V
18 Oct 30  8 25 47.2 r   79343 F0  7.7  7.6   65- 107     51 106  41S 230 283 220 -0.6 +1.6 +1.0+2.7 .343 -141.3      7 23  3.7  20 33 20 365.8 779.7
18 Oct 30  8 45  9.1 r   79353 A5  8.6  8.4   65- 107     54 110  76S 265 316 255 -0.6 +1.6 +1.5+1.1 .428 -175.7      7 23 23.3  20 42 34 365.5 761.0
18 Oct 30  9 38 42.8 R    1123DA5  7.3  7.2   64- 107     63 127  20S 209 250 198 -0.7 +1.5 +1.4+5.2 .186 -117.2      7 25 35.3  20 29 43 365.0 721.4
      1123 is double: AB 7.3 8.1 6.8"  46.0, dT = +35sec
      1123 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Oct 30  9 39 17.2 r   79376DA5  8.1  7.9   64- 107     63 127  20S 209 251 199 -0.7 +1.5 +1.4+5.1 .190 -117.8      7 25 35.6  20 29 47 365.0 721.1
     79376 is double: BA 8.1 7.3 6.8" 226.0, dT = -34sec
     79376 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Oct 30 10  4 51   Gr  79392 M0  8.1  7.3   64- 106     68 ** GRAZE: CA  6.6N; Dist.185km in az. 177deg. [Lat = 37.36+0.05(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Oct 30 10  5 24   m   79392 M0  8.1  7.3   64- 106     67 137   6N   2  37 352 -0.8 +1.5 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      7 26 57.8  21  1 49 364.8 708.3
18 Oct 30 11 21 48   Gr  79428 A5  8.2  8.0   64- 106     70 ** GRAZE: CA  3.0N; Dist.165km in az.   8deg. [Lat = 40.53-0.10(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Oct 30 11 38 57.1 r   79428 A5  8.2  8.0   64- 106     71 200  27N 342 326 332 -1.0 +1.4 +1.3-5.8 .167  114.9      7 29 11.1  20 56 22 364.6 700.5
18 Oct 30 12 37 12.6 r   79443 A0  7.6  7.5   63- 106  -2 64 231  63N 306 266 295 -1.2 +1.4 +1.5-2.1 .367  153.4      7 30 14.8  20 47  4 364.9 726.1
18 Oct 31 10 25 26.1 r    1266 F0  8.3  8.1s  53-  93     61 125  85N 289 331 273 +0.2 -0.2 +1.8-0.1 .405  170.1      8 27  4.9  19 15 13 364.7 726.6
      1266 = NSV 17889, 8.33, range 0.02, 3V, Type VAR, Period 6.50576 days
18 Nov  1  8  1 25.3 R    1387cA5  7.0  6.8   42-  81     23  87  72S 270 324 251 +1.5 -1.6 +0.4+1.2 .522 -171.7      9 21 25.5  16 35 54 367.8 941.2
      1387 is double: ** 7.6 7.6 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.19sec
      1387 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1402). Observations are highly desired
18 Nov  1  9 56 21   Gr  98568 M*  8.0  7.1v  41-  80     44 ** GRAZE: CA  6.1N; Dist. 10km in az. 177deg. [Lat = 38.93+0.04(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Nov  1  9 56 24   m   98568 M*  8.0  7.1v  41-  80     44 105   6N  12  64 353 +1.4 -1.8 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0      9 26 37.9  16 41 54 365.9 798.1
     98568 = HIP 46311, 7.97, range 0.01, 5V, Type VAR, Period 29.15452 days
18 Nov  1  9 58 51.2 R    1395 G9  6.3  5.8   41-  80     44 106  73N 306 357 286 +1.3 -1.8 +1.4-0.4 .412  156.8      9 25 32.5  16 35  8 365.8 794.5
18 Nov  2 11 10 28.6 R    1524 A2  8.2  8.0   30-  66     45 114  52N 331  18 308 +2.3 -3.3 +1.2-1.7 .331  138.7     10 24 58.6  12 43 49 366.3 783.4
18 Nov  2 12 22 56.3 r   99122 G5  8.1  7.5   29-  66  -5 56 135  71N 312 346 289 +2.1 -3.3 +1.5-1.1 .392  161.1     10 26 39.4  12 29 19 365.6 734.8
18 Nov  4 10 29 13   Gr 119272 F5  7.6  7.3   12-  40     12 ** GRAZE: CA  6.6N; Dist.137km in az.   2deg. [Lat = 40.27-0.03(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Nov  4 10 39 50.1 R  119272 F5  7.6  7.3   12-  40     14  98  29N 359  50 335 +4.3 -5.5 +0.2-4.0 .203  112.6     12 12 29.9   3 24 15 371.9 953.1
18 Nov  4 10 50 19.2 r X 18157 F8  9.5  9.3   12-  40     16 100  66S 275 325 251 +4.3 -5.5 +0.5+1.1 .496 -162.3     12 11 46.5   3  7 27 371.7 938.3
18 Nov  5 11  4 21.8 r  139136dK0 10.1  9.7    6-  27      7  98  85S 296 347 273 +5.1 -6.1 +0.2+0.4 .546  177.0     13  4 16.3 - 1 52 47 375.2 993.9
    139136 is double: AB 10.2 13.3 1.7" 320.2, dT = -2.8sec
    139136 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Nov  5 11 10 17.7 r  139137 F8  9.3  9.1    6-  27      8  99  68S 280 330 257 +5.1 -6.1 +0.3+0.9 .526 -166.2     13  4 22.4 - 1 58 26 375.0 985.9
18 Nov  5 11 16 42.3 r  139138 K5  9.7  9.2    6-  27      9 100  55S 267 317 244 +5.1 -6.1 +0.4+1.4 .479 -153.1     13  4 34.4 - 2  3 23 374.9 977.1
18 Nov  5 11 35 36.2 r X 35740 G5 10.0  9.7    5-  27     12 103  54S 265 315 243 +5.1 -6.0 +0.5+1.5 .458 -151.0     13  5 11.2 - 2  7 52 374.6 951.6
18 Nov  5 11 43  3   Gr   1883 K2  8.4  7.8    5-  27     13 ** GRAZE: CA  7.0N; Dist. 83km in az.  10deg. [Lat = 39.79-0.14(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Nov  5 11 51 48.9 R    1883 K2  8.4  7.8    5-  27 -12 15 105  24N   7  56 344 +5.1 -6.0 -0.4-5.5 .155  107.6     13  6 53.6 - 1 54 17 374.3 931.1
18 Nov 10  0 12 50   m  160163 A0  9.0  8.9    6+  28      7 238   3N   4 320 359 +4.2 -3.9 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     16 55 23.7 -19 31 16 392.1 831.4
18 Nov 12  0 22 52.5 d  187169kB8  8.9  8.9   18+  50     18 220  80S  96  63 101 +2.6 -1.5 +1.6-1.2 .362  -12.1     18 42 38.9 -22 10 12 398.2 714.6
   *** A light curve is desired as  187169 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 216537689}
18 Nov 13  1 50 54.2 d  188349SK2  8.3  7.6   26+  62     13 228  88S  83  44  94 +1.2 -0.2 +1.1-1.0 .390   -6.2     19 37  4.1 -21 37 45 401.3 762.8
    188349 is triple: AB 8.5 14.1 6.3"   1.7, dT = +2.5sec : AC 8.5 11.9 28.7" 299.6, dT = -59sec
    188349 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Nov 15  2 14 58.0 D    3113cB5  5.4  5.5V  45+  84     25 216  84S  79  50  98 -1.6 +2.6 +1.6-0.6 .351  -11.9     21 17 57.3 -17 59  6 401.5 698.4
   R3113 = 30 Capricorni
      3113 is double: ** 6.1 6.1 0.10"  87.0, dT = +0.28sec
      3113 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1602). Observations are highly desired
      3113 = HD 202671, 5.40, , Type ACV, Period 1.9917 days, Phase 62 %
18 Nov 16  2 23 25.7 D    3236KF3  7.1  6.9   54+  95     32 208  75N  54  32  76 -2.9 +3.8 +1.5+0.4 .345    8.8     22  6 13.2 -14 53 46 399.7 676.7
   *** A light curve is highly desired as    3236 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 205997466}
18 Nov 17  2 25 25   D    3356cB8  5.8  5.8v  64+ 106     38 198  18S 138 124 162 -4.0 +5.0 +7.1-7.8 .072  -77.9     22 53 28.7 -11 36 59 396.6 662.5
   R3356 = 74 Aquarii
      3356 is double: AB 5.8 6.4 0.034" 187.5, dT = +0.3sec
      3356 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      3356 = HI Aqr, 5.80, range 0.01, V, Type ACV, Period 3.5892 days, Phase  9 %
18 Nov 17  2 34 30   Gr   3356cB8  5.8  5.8v  64+ 106     38 ** GRAZE: CA  6.4S; Dist. 46km in az. 141deg. [Lat = 38.50+0.63(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Nov 18 23 28 59.8 d  128739SA0  7.4  7.4   80+ 127  -6 27 120  38S 115 157 139 -4.9 +6.8 +1.6+0.5 .260  -50.9      0 23 59.8 - 3 28 31 390.1 780.1
    128739 is triple: AB 7.4 10.3 3.3" 339.8, dT = -9sec : AC 7.4 12.4 40"  58.0, dT = +85sec
    128739 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Nov 18 23 47 42.8 d  128734 G5  7.8  7.4   80+ 128  -9 31 124  36N   8  48  32 -4.9 +6.8 +0.4+3.4 .233   54.7      0 23 39.9 - 3  3 29 389.7 761.6
18 Nov 20  3 13 51.3 D  109783WG5  7.3  6.7   89+ 141     53 170  52S  99 107 122 -5.7 +7.1 +2.7-0.2 .281  -41.4      1 17  9.8   2  0 55 382.2 692.8
    109783 is double: AB 7.4 9.6 39" 103.7, dT = +139sec
18 Nov 20  4 32 31.7 d  109795 A5  7.6  7.4   89+ 141     52 202  55N  26  10  49 -5.9 +7.0 +1.1+2.1 .318   32.3      1 18 15.4   2 33  2 382.0 696.8
18 Nov 21  2 21 25.5 d  110334 F2  7.8  7.6   94+ 152     48 131  73S  76 113  96 -5.3 +7.2 +1.6+1.3 .396  -16.4      2  5 55.0   6 40 39 377.7 756.3
18 Nov 21  3  5 31.5 D     306 F0  6.8  6.6   94+ 153     54 146  25N 354  20  14 -5.4 +7.2 -0.6+5.0 .167   65.2      2  5 48.5   7  1 42 377.1 727.5
18 Nov 25  3 13 45.3 d     894cG0  4.4  4.1v  95- 154     27  85 -78S 107 163 107 -1.4 +3.9 +0.7+0.7 .475  -30.0      5 54 23.0  20 16 34 364.8 971.4
   R894 = chi 1 Orionis
       894 is double: AB 4.5 7.5 0.013" 232.9, dT = -0.02sec
       894 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       894 = khi 1 Ori, 4.38 to 4.41, V, Type RS
18 Nov 25  3 43 21.6 R     892 B9  6.7  6.7   95- 154     33  90  59S 245 301 244 -1.4 +3.8 +0.4+1.8 .512 -167.5      5 53 19.0  20 17 57 364.1 926.6
18 Nov 25  4  7 24.9 R     894cG0  4.4  4.1v  95- 154     38  93  42S 227 283 226 -1.4 +3.7 +0.4+2.3 .439 -149.9      5 54 23.0  20 16 34 363.7 894.2
   R894 = chi 1 Orionis
       894 is double: AB 4.5 7.5 0.013" 232.9, dT = -0.03sec
       894 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       894 = khi 1 Ori, 4.38 to 4.41, V, Type RS
18 Nov 25  4 52  3.5 r   77726 K5  7.7  6.7S  95- 153     46 101  69S 255 309 253 -1.5 +3.7 +1.0+1.5 .476 -177.0      5 55 37.8  20 28  8 363.0 838.3
     77726 = NSV 16732, 6.8 to 7.4, V, Type LB:
18 Nov 25  6 38 46.2 r     903cG5  8.2  7.7   94- 153     65 130  80S 265 305 263 -1.7 +3.5 +1.8+0.8 .421  175.1      5 58 55.3  20 40 35 361.7 740.8
       903 is double: ** 9.0 9.0 0.020" 188.0, dT = -0.01sec
       903 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1049). Observations are highly desired
18 Nov 25  8 46 12.4 R   77889 G5  6.9  6.4   94- 152     70 209  30S 215 191 213 -2.0 +3.4 +2.0+2.9 .258 -129.2      6  3  7.0  20 35 11 361.4 715.3
18 Nov 25 11 18  9.9 R   77983 K2  7.1  6.3   94- 151     46 260  82S 268 213 265 -2.3 +3.3 +1.2-1.0 .468 -176.1      6  7 17.9  20 49 13 362.7 825.3
18 Nov 25 13  7 51.8 r     935 B5  6.8  6.8   93- 150  -1 25 277  70N 296 240 293 -2.4 +3.3 +0.2-1.8 .508  157.4      6 11 23.2  20 54 19 364.4 971.8
18 Nov 26  2 54 11   Gr   1051DK1  6.6     S  89- 141     14 ** GRAZE: CA 14.0N; Dist.292km in az. 331deg. [Lat = 42.04+0.43(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Nov 26  3  3 31.9 r    1051DK1  6.6     S  89- 141     15  75  43N 325  19 318 -0.1 +2.3 +0.9-0.9 .286  118.5      6 54 21.3  21  9 41 365.01062.5
      1051 is double: AB 6.66 9.92 1.36" 194.2, dT = +3sec
      1051 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1051 = NSV 3261, 9.5 to 12., V
18 Nov 26  4 15 59.2 r   78896dB8  7.4  7.5   88- 140     28  85  72S 260 316 252 -0.1 +2.2 +0.4+1.4 .539 -176.2      6 56 48.6  20 58  2 363.6 953.4
     78896 is double: AB 10.7 11.8 1.7" 202.0, dT = -1.7sec
     78896 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Nov 26  7 24 22.6 r   79005 G5  7.7  7.2   88- 139     63 124  88S 276 320 268 -0.4 +1.8 +1.8+0.4 .420  171.9      7  3 10.6  21 10 29 361.0 742.4
18 Nov 26  8 42 35.4 r   79047DB9  7.8        87- 138     72 165  48S 236 249 228 -0.5 +1.8 +2.0+1.9 .331 -144.5      7  5 41.1  20 59 45 360.6 711.7
     79047 is double: AB 7.88 11.25 1.85" 268.0, dT = -5sec
     79047 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Nov 26  9 53 46.8 r   79096 F8  8.0  7.7   87- 138     69 213  12S 201 173 192 -0.7 +1.7 +3.1+8.0 .111 -105.7      7  8 19.4  20 51 57 360.7 720.3
   Distance of 79096 to Terminator = 16.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 4.1"
18 Nov 26 11  9 18.0 R    1086cG9  6.4  6.0   87- 137     58 245  58N 311 261 302 -0.9 +1.7 +1.2-2.4 .368  147.2      7 10  6.7  21 14 49 361.2 766.7
      1086 is double: ** 6.4      0.004"  96.1, dT = +0.01sec
18 Nov 26 12 35 38.8 r   79169 F5  8.2  8.0   86- 137  -7 43 263  82S 271 215 262 -1.0 +1.7 +1.1-1.1 .482 -171.1      7 12 38.4  20 58  3 362.3 857.8
18 Nov 27  6  4 29.9 R   79899 G5  7.0  6.5   79- 126     37  93  46N 327  23 313 +1.2 +0.3 +1.6-1.5 .282  124.7      8  3 34.1  20 20 19 363.1 872.2
18 Nov 27  7 59 36.0 r    1223 F8  7.7* 7.4   79- 125     58 117  14S 207 254 193 +1.0 +0.1 +1.2+6.5 .157 -111.5      8  7 26.1  19 49  4 361.6 752.5
18 Nov 27 12  9  7.2 r   97665cK0  8.4  7.7   77- 123     57 243  64S 257 210 243 +0.4 +0.0 +1.9-0.3 .389 -151.8      8 14  3.2  19 40 37 361.7 774.9
     97665 is double: ** 9.2 9.2 0.10" 272.0, dT = -0.25sec
     97665 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 799). Observations are highly desired
18 Nov 28  8 47 24.3 R    1362SK3  7.2  6.6   68- 111     54 118  52S 249 295 230 +2.2 -1.6 +1.7+1.9 .356 -146.3      9  9  2.3  17 28 11 363.1 754.3
   R1362 = 78 Cancri
      1362 is triple: AB 7.5 9.0      350.0, dT = 0.00sec : ** 7.5 9.0 0.005" 341.0, dT = 0.00sec
18 Nov 28 11  2 14.6 r   98435 G5  8.7  8.4   67- 110     69 180  72N 305 305 286 +1.9 -1.7 +1.7-1.5 .390  163.4      9 12 54.4  17 28 36 362.5 714.5
18 Nov 30  7 23 16.5 r    1596pA2  7.2  7.1   46-  85     14  89  68S 271 323 247 +4.4 -4.4 +0.3+1.2 .518 -163.8     10 59 33.1   9 55 51 370.8 969.4
   *** A light curve is desired as    1596 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 248769093}
      1596 is double: AB 7.2 12.0 1.6" 114.6, dT = +2.8sec
      1596 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Nov 30  8 52 50   Gr  99421cK2  8.1  7.5   45-  85     31 ** GRAZE: CA  3.1N; Dist. 55km in az. 183deg. [Lat = 38.53-0.04(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Nov 30 12 26 59.2 r    1613 F5  8.1  7.9   44-  83 -10 60 169  60S 263 271 239 +3.9 -4.4 +2.4+0.5 .327 -144.3     11  8  6.2   9  1 25 367.4 717.1
18 Dec  1 10 29 15.0 r  119146cF5  8.4  8.2   34-  71     36 117  49N 336  20 311 +5.0 -5.4 +0.8-1.7 .343  140.1     11 58 47.6   4 49 53 371.7 806.6
    119146 is double: ** 9.4 9.4 0.10" 131.0, dT = +0.26sec
    119146 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 665). Observations are highly desired
18 Dec  1 11 40 58   Gr 119163 M*  8.2  7.3   33-  70     45 ** GRAZE: CA  3.6S; Dist.112km in az.  25deg. [Lat = 40.13-0.35(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Dec  2  9 37 31.0 r    1840 F8  8.0  7.7   24-  59     14 102  36S 242 292 219 +5.7 -6.1 +0.7+2.9 .313 -128.0     12 48  6.4 - 0 21 33 376.6 929.3
18 Dec  2 11 49 42   Gr   1848 K5  7.7  7.0   23-  58     37 ** GRAZE: CA  3.6S; Dist. 13km in az. 205deg. [Lat = 38.90-0.36(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Dec  2 11 53 31   R    1848 K5  7.7  7.0   23-  58     37 130  10S 216 253 193 +5.5 -6.0 +9.9+9.9 .050  -96.7 .02 12 52 12.2 - 0 55 44 374.7 779.2
18 Dec  3 10 38 25.7 R  139480KF5  8.1  7.8   15-  46     14 108  88N 298 346 277 +6.0 -6.3 +0.5+0.3 .497  177.7     13 40 25.2 - 5 14 43 379.9 917.1
   *** A light curve is highly desired as  139480 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212809505}
18 Dec  3 11 50 13.8 r  139498 K0  9.1  8.5   15-  45     26 122  54S 260 301 239 +6.0 -6.3 +1.4+1.7 .353 -141.4     13 42 20.6 - 5 40 26 378.8 831.0
18 Dec  3 12 23 42.5 R    1965pA1  6.5* 6.5   15-  45 -11 31 129  45N 340  18 319 +5.9 -6.2 +0.4-1.7 .327  138.9     13 43 54.2 - 5 29 56 378.4 796.8
   *** A light curve is desired as    1965 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212801410}
      1965 is double: ** 7.3 7.3 0.050" 350.0, dT = -0.15sec
      1965 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1453). Observations are highly desired
18 Dec  4 10 49 45   Gr   2082 G0  8.2  7.9    8-  33      4 ** GRAZE: CA  1.2N; Dist.130km in az. 195deg. [Lat = 37.81-0.21(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Dec  4 10 50 21   m    2082 G0  8.2* 7.9    8-  33      4 106   1N  24  74   6 +6.2 -6.2 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     14 32 34.3 - 9 45 25 384.2 969.5
   Distance of 2082 to Terminator = 19.7"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
18 Dec  5 11 57 29.3 R    2200 K0  7.5* 7.0    3-  21      4 112  62S 267 316 254 +6.2 -5.7 +0.5+1.4 .450 -154.0     15 24  5.0 -14 18 37 387.6 940.4
18 Dec 10  0  0  0.1 d  187893 G5  9.4  8.8    7+  30     10 231  81N  73  32  82 +1.5 -0.5 +0.8-0.8 .403    6.0     19 15 56.6 -22  2  1 400.9 786.9
18 Dec 10  0 24 26.5 D  187894 F2  8.5  8.1    7+  30      7 235  25N  17 333  26 +1.5 -0.5 -0.6+2.0 .198   62.0     19 15 56.5 -21 50 12 401.3 820.3
18 Dec 10  0 38 35.7 d  187914wF5  8.3  8.1    7+  30      4 237  72N  65  20  74 +1.4 -0.5 +0.4-0.6 .418   14.2     19 17  1.4 -21 56 54 401.6 839.3
    187914 is double: AB 14.8 16.1 134" 176.9, dT = -122sec
18 Dec 11  0 36 46.8 d  188934 G3  8.3  8.0   12+  41     13 229  19N   8 328  21 +0.2 +0.9 -0.9+3.1 .162   66.0     20  7 39.4 -20 49 58 402.6 776.8
18 Dec 12  1  7 58.6 D  164032 G8  8.2  7.7   19+  52     17 228  48N  33 356  51 -1.2 +2.2 +0.4+0.7 .318   35.3     20 59  2.3 -18 54 59 403.2 761.1
18 Dec 12  1 13 36.7 D    3069 A*  6.3  6.3v  19+  52     16 229  87N  72  34  90 -1.2 +2.2 +1.0-0.7 .392   -3.8     20 59 36.1 -19  2  7 403.3 767.7
   R3069 = 20 Capricorni (AO)
      3069 = AO Cap, 6.25 to 6.30, V, Type ACV, Period 2.2411 days, Phase 62 %
18 Dec 12  1 32  5.1 d  164048 G5  9.2  8.6   19+  52     13 232  84S  81  40  99 -1.3 +2.2 +1.0-1.0 .395  -12.0     21  0  7.2 -19  1 33 403.6 790.6
18 Dec 13  1 28 52   M    3190SA5  2.9  2.8e  27+  63     22 225  -7N 335 300 356 -2.6 +3.5 +9.9+9.9 .000   90.0     21 47  2.4 -16  7 38 402.6 738.0
   R3190 = Deneb Algedi = delta Capricorni
      3190 is triple: AB 2.9 15.0 46"  53.1 : AC 2.9 13.1 164" 306.6
      3190 = del Cap, 2.81 to 3.05, V, Type EA, Period 1.0227688 days, Phase 82 %
18 Dec 13  1 30  0   Gr   3190SA5  2.9  2.8e  27+  63     24 ** GRAZE: CA -7.8N; Dist.279km in az. 147deg. [Lat = 36.02+0.51(E.Long+94.35)]
18 Dec 13  2 40 42.6 d  164689 G6  8.3  7.9   28+  63     12 238  69S  93  49 114 -2.8 +3.5 +1.0-1.4 .375  -27.0     21 50 23.1 -16 11 48 403.7 823.1
18 Dec 14  1 35 20.2 d  165179KF5  8.5  8.3   36+  74     30 218  76N  55  26  78 -3.9 +4.7 +1.3+0.2 .361    6.0     22 35 47.2 -12 52 33 400.6 705.0
   *** A light curve is highly desired as  165179 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 206070413}
18 Dec 14  2 25 18.1 D  165197cK3  7.5* 6.8   36+  74     23 229  63S  97  60 120 -4.1 +4.7 +1.7-1.5 .319  -34.5     22 37  5.4 -12 53 52 401.2 754.2
    165197 is double: ** 7.7 9.3 0.063" 246.0, dT = -0.17sec
    165197 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1656). Observations are highly desired
18 Dec 14  4  3 33.4 d  165218SG8  7.8     v  37+  75      8 247  57S 102  55 125 -4.3 +4.7 +0.8-1.9 .357  -37.1     22 39 34.5 -12 36 54 402.7 875.3
    165218 is quadruple: AB 8.63 8.78 3.06" 280.3, dT = -9sec : AC 8.6 13.0 115" 257.2, dT = -292sec : AD 8.6 14.3 135"  37.5, dT = +163sec
    165218 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
    165218 = NV Aqr, 7.74, range 0.02, V, Type BY, Period 6.20 days
18 Dec 14 22 43 41.2 D    3428SA0  5.0  5.0s  45+  84   1 38 155  70S  87 107 111 -4.5 +5.8 +2.3+0.8 .306  -25.2     23 18 57.7 - 9 36 39 397.7 652.5
   R3428 = psi 3 Aquarii
      3428 is triple: AB 5.0 9.0 1.5" 315.7, dT = -3sec : AC 5.0 13.1 133" 231.0, dT = -350sec
      3428 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      3428 = NSV 14491, 4.97 to 5.00, V
18 Dec 15  0  3 55.6 r    3428SA0  5.0  5.0s  45+  84     42 180 -57S 214 214 238 -4.8 +5.8 +1.4+1.8 .302 -154.5     23 18 57.7 - 9 36 39 397.2 643.8
   R3428 = psi 3 Aquarii
      3428 is triple: AB 5.0 9.0 1.5" 315.7, dT = +1sec : AC 5.0 13.1 133" 231.0, dT = -420sec
      3428 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      3428 = NSV 14491, 4.97 to 5.00, V
18 Dec 16  5 41 11.7 d      25 G6  7.4  6.9   56+  97     11 256  82N  58   9  82 -6.6 +6.4 +0.4-0.2 .461    6.6      0 14  1.2 - 3 54 32 395.5 890.1
18 Dec 17  0  0 50.1 d  129007kG0  8.2  7.9   65+ 107     46 147  65N  41  65  64 -6.3 +7.2 +1.3+2.1 .350   17.7      0 52 54.0 - 0 22 53 388.5 693.0
   *** A light curve is desired as  129007 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 220190134}
18 Dec 17  2  9 11.4 d  129029 K4  7.9  7.2   65+ 108     50 195  70N  45  34  68 -6.7 +7.0 +1.5+1.3 .351   12.3      0 55 33.2   0  1 11 387.7 676.0
18 Dec 17  3 37 48.0 d     126cK0  7.6  7.0   66+ 108     42 224  56N  32 359  55 -7.0 +7.0 +1.0+1.4 .337   27.7      0 57 13.0   0 20 32 388.1 716.5
       126 is double: ** 7.7 11.2 0.037"  98.3, dT = +0.04sec
       126 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 676). Observations are highly desired
18 Dec 18 22 17 45.5 d     364 B9  4.3  4.3   82+ 130   6 21  96  86N  63 114  81 -6.2 +7.4 +0.4+1.8 .504    2.2      2 28  9.5   8 27 36 379.8 929.8
   R364 = xi 2 Ceti
18 Dec 18 23 23  6.0 r     364 B9  4.3  4.3   83+ 131  -5 34 108 -89S 245 294 263 -6.3 +7.3 +0.8+1.8 .460  177.8      2 28  9.5   8 27 36 378.3 845.3
   R364 = xi 2 Ceti
18 Dec 19  2 13 48.8 D  110616 F2  7.5  7.3   83+ 132     58 157  30S 127 145 145 -6.6 +7.1 +4.1-2.8 .154  -66.7      2 34 13.1   8 59 19 375.7 710.6
18 Dec 19  2 27 26   Gr 110616 F2  7.5  7.3   83+ 132     61 ** GRAZE: CA  6.7S; Dist.161km in az. 144deg. [Lat = 37.24+0.56(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 110616 to Terminator = 15.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 2.9"
18 Dec 19  4 24 27.8 d  110646 G5  8.4  7.9   84+ 133     56 217  70S  87  59 105 -7.0 +7.0 +2.1-0.5 .356  -23.9      2 37 25.4   9 33 42 375.3 708.3
18 Dec 19  8 54 47.7 D     405SF1  4.3  4.1S  85+ 134     10 275  33S 124  72 141 -7.4 +6.9 -0.1-2.8 .347  -49.9      2 44 56.5  10  6 51 378.4 988.8
   R405 = mu Ceti
       405 is multiple: Aa,Ad     2.6 0.021" 243.0, dT = -0.03sec : Aa,Ab 4.2 6.2 0.10" 193.8, dT = +0.1sec : Aa,Ac     2.3 0.25"  63.0, dT = +0.35sec : AB 4.2 13.6 160" 342.5, dT = -363sec
       405 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       405 = NSV 909, 4.27, , Type RS:
18 Dec 20 23 40  0.6 d     636cF7  7.0*    s  96+ 157  -8 22  86  58S 101 156 110 -4.7 +6.0 +0.5+0.9 .481  -31.1      4 19 54.9  16 31 21 368.01001.9
   R636 = 55 Tauri
       636 is double: AB 7.26 8.62 0.62"  12.5, dT = +0.02sec
       636 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       636 = NSV 15952, 6.88, range 0.01, V, Type BY:
18 Dec 21  1  1 27.2 d   93895 G4  7.9* 7.5s  96+ 157     37  98  61S  98 152 107 -4.7 +5.8 +1.1+0.9 .439  -29.2      4 22 44.8  16 47 28 366.2 892.1
     93895 = NSV 15960, 7.86, range 0.04, V, Type BY:
18 Dec 21  1 25 48.0 D     650cA1  5.6* 5.5s  96+ 157     42 103  42S 117 170 126 -4.8 +5.8 +1.7+0.1 .320  -48.8      4 23 25.1  16 46 38 365.8 861.8
   R650 = 63 Tauri
       650 = NSV 15964, 5.64, range 0.02, V, Type VAR:
18 Dec 21  1 54 41.9 D   93913cF6  7.0* 6.7   96+ 158     47 108  89S  70 121  79 -4.8 +5.7 +1.1+1.6 .468   -1.8      4 24 22.3  17  4 44 365.2 829.7
     93913 is double: ** 7.6 10.6 0.18" 108.8, dT = +0.3sec
     93913 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 615). Observations are highly desired
18 Dec 21  1 59 16.6 d   93914dG2  7.8* 7.5v  96+ 158     48 109  45S 115 165 123 -4.8 +5.7 +1.9+0.0 .322  -46.2      4 24 28.3  16 53 10 365.2 824.4
     93914 is double: AB 6.4 9.1 1.3" 245.5, dT = -2.6sec
     93914 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
     93914 = V0897 Tau, 7.79 to 7.83, V, Type BY, Period 7.951 days, Phase 58 %
18 Dec 21  3  6 17.2 d   93934 G5  7.5  6.8   96+ 158     59 128  64S  96 136 104 -4.9 +5.6 +1.9+0.5 .385  -27.1      4 26 31.3  17  9 18 364.2 763.5
18 Dec 21  3  9 43.2 d   93927kF0  7.5* 7.3   96+ 158     60 129  41N  21  61  29 -4.9 +5.6 +0.6+3.4 .290   47.7      4 25 53.5  17 26 51 364.1 760.7
   *** A light curve is desired as   93927 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210634047}
18 Dec 21  4 32 44.0 d   93958cG2  7.8  7.5v  97+ 159     68 170  47S 113 122 121 -5.1 +5.5 +2.5-1.1 .303  -42.2      4 28 48.3  17 17  8 363.4 719.6
     93958 is double: ** 9.0 9.0 0.50" 279.0, dT = -1.6sec
     93958 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 532). Observations are highly desired
     93958 = V0920 Tau, 7.81 to 7.87, V, Type BY, Period 7.451 days, Phase 21 %
18 Dec 21  4 52 44.4 D   93962pF7  7.0  6.7s  97+ 159     69 183  87N  67  65  75 -5.2 +5.4 +1.9+0.9 .405    5.0      4 29 20.6  17 32 42 363.4 716.1
   *** A light curve is desired as   93962 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210640991}
     93962 is double: ** 7.0      0.014" 261.5, dT = -0.03sec
     93962 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1235). Observations are highly desired
     93962 = NSV 16025, 7.05, range 0.03, b, Type BY:
18 Dec 21  5 17 55.7 d   93967pB7  7.8*       97+ 159     68 198  66N  47  32  54 -5.2 +5.4 +1.7+1.7 .364   26.3      4 29 48.1  17 40 39 363.3 715.2
   *** A light curve is desired as   93967 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210650598}
     93967 is double: AB 9.37 8.09 0.055" 242.7, dT = -0.14sec
     93967 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Dec 21  7 51 57.5 D X 70265p    7.0  7.0   97+ 160     46 255  28N   8 316  15 -5.6 +5.3 +1.8+6.0 .141   71.9      4 33 32.8  18  1  1 364.1 800.2
   *** A light curve is desired as X 70265 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 247031436}
   X 70265 is double: BA 7.0 7.0 3.1"  96.0, dT = +0.8sec
   X 70265 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
   Distance of X 70265 to Terminator = 13.3"; to 3km sunlit peak = 3.8"
18 Dec 21  7 51 58.1 D     684pB9  6.2        97+ 160     46 255  28N   8 316  15 -5.6 +5.3 +1.8+6.0 .141   71.9      4 33 32.9  18  1  0 364.1 800.2
   R684 = 119 H1. Tauri
   *** A light curve is desired as     684 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 247031423}
       684 is double: AB 6.97 7.02 3.10" 276.0, dT = -0.8sec
       684 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 684 to Terminator = 13.3"; to 3km sunlit peak = 3.8"
18 Dec 21  7 57  9.2 d     689 F2  7.9* 7.7   97+ 160     45 255  69S  91  39  98 -5.6 +5.3 +1.3-1.1 .447  -11.1      4 34 42.2  17 44 53 364.2 805.0
18 Dec 21  8  2 17   GrX 70265p    7.0  7.0   97+ 160     44 ** GRAZE: CA 10.0N; Dist. 89km in az.   7deg. [Lat = 39.84-0.10(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of X 70265 to Terminator = 3.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
18 Dec 21  8  2 19   Gr    684pB9  6.2        97+ 160     44 ** GRAZE: CA 10.0N; Dist. 90km in az.   7deg. [Lat = 39.84-0.10(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 684 to Terminator = 3.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
18 Dec 22  0  5 41.3 d     796kA0  6.7  6.7v  99+ 170     18  79  58N  32  86  35 -3.4 +4.7 -0.4+2.3 .439   42.8      5 20 18.3  19 34 42 363.91056.8
   *** A light curve is desired as     796 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 247195129}
       796 = V1159 Tau, 6.63 to 6.66, Hp, Type ACV, Period 1.63988 days, Phase 56 %
   Distance of 796 to Terminator = 10.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 2.2"
18 Dec 24  7 30  1.1 r   79623cK1  7.9  7.3   96- 158     72 165  54N 318 330 306 -0.4 +0.6 +1.8-2.3 .318  138.5      7 42 15.5  20 58 35 355.0 730.3
     79623 is double: ** 8.7 8.7 0.040" 223.0, dT = +0.01sec
     79623 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1067). Observations are highly desired
18 Dec 24  9 10 45.4 r   79670wA0  8.2  8.2v  96- 158     65 229  55N 317 278 305 -0.6 +0.6 +1.3-2.5 .356  144.1      7 45 17.1  20 51 59 355.3 757.9
     79670 is double: AB 8.2 11.2 14.9" 279.3, dT = -33sec
     79670 = ASAS J074517+2052.0, 8.17, range 0.04, V, Type ACV|EC|ESD, Period 0.82654 days, Phase 90 %
18 Dec 24 10 42  6.4 r   79710 K0  7.8  7.2   96- 157     50 255  26N 346 293 334 -0.7 +0.6 -0.2-4.8 .216  116.5      7 48 45.5  20 47 32 356.2 836.0
   Distance of 79710 to Terminator = 15.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 5.0"
18 Dec 25  3 21 20.2 r    1287kA5  6.7  6.6   91- 146     19  81  44N 330  24 313 +1.8 -0.8 +0.9-1.2 .323  123.8      8 37 46.8  19 16  2 359.41012.4
   *** A light curve is desired as    1287 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211936163}
18 Dec 25  4  1  9.2 r   98009kA7  7.6  7.6v  91- 146     27  86  24N 350  45 333 +1.8 -0.9 +2.2-5.2 .140  104.7      8 39 44.7  19 16 31 358.7 954.3
   *** A light curve is desired as   98009 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211936696}
     98009 = BU Cnc, 7.67, range 0.03, V, Type DSCTC, Period 0.071 days
18 Dec 25  4 33 30.3 r   98027kA8  7.8  7.7v  91- 145     33  91  40N 334  29 317 +1.8 -0.9 +1.4-2.0 .271  121.2      8 40 39.2  19 13 42 358.1 909.2
   *** A light curve is desired as   98027 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211933524}
     98027 = BN Cnc, 7.8, range 0.03, V, Type DSCTC, Period 0.0388205 days
18 Dec 25  5 35 31.9 r   98054kA7  7.9  7.8v  91- 145     44 102  78S 272 326 255 +1.7 -1.0 +1.2+1.0 .479 -175.0      8 42 10.8  18 56  4 357.1 833.0
   *** A light curve is desired as   98054 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211914004}
     98054 = BY Cnc, 7.91, range 0.01, V, Type DSCTC, Period 0.058 days
18 Dec 25  6 22 49.5 r   98075PA0  8.3  8.3E  91- 145     53 112  69N 305 355 288 +1.6 -1.1 +1.6-0.6 .409  154.0      8 43 56.1  19  2  3 356.6 787.4
   *** A light curve is highly desired as   98075 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211920612}
     98075 is double: AB 8.4 12.4 73" 270.0, dT = -146sec
     98075 = S Cnc, 8.29 to 10.25, V, Type EA/DS, Period 9.4845516 days, Phase  8 %
18 Dec 25  7 11 21.8 r   98100kA*  8.0  7.9   91- 144     61 126  46N 328   9 311 +1.5 -1.1 +1.7-2.3 .299  133.2      8 45 46.5  19  2 58 356.1 754.0
   *** A light curve is desired as   98100 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211921647}
18 Dec 25  7 14  5.1 r   98094PF0  8.4  8.3   91- 144     61 128  89S 284 324 267 +1.5 -1.1 +1.8+0.1 .435  177.4      8 45 20.5  18 52 31 356.1 752.4
   *** A light curve is highly desired as   98094 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211909987}
     98094 is double: AB 8.5 9.7 64" 326.0, dT = -109sec
18 Dec 25  7 20  8.0 R    1312pF2  6.8  6.6   91- 144     62 130  79S 274 313 257 +1.5 -1.1 +1.8+0.4 .430 -172.1      8 45 29.6  18 49  3 356.1 749.4
   *** A light curve is desired as    1312 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211906132}
      1312 is double: AB 6.8 13.0 8.1" 298.0, dT = -17sec
      1312 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
18 Dec 25  9 39 11.4 R    1322kA2  6.4  6.4   90- 143     68 209  13N   2 338 344 +1.2 -1.2 -0.6-8.5 .117  105.8      8 50 45.1  18 49 56 356.0 746.9
   *** A light curve is desired as    1322 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 211907093}
   Distance of 1322 to Terminator = 12.8"; to 3km sunlit peak = 2.5"
18 Dec 25 11 15 53.4 R   98190 F0  7.3  7.1   90- 143     53 246  47S 242 193 224 +1.1 -1.2 +2.1+0.4 .320 -132.7      8 52 35.0  18 11 29 356.9 815.9
18 Dec 25 12  2  5.3 r   98207 G5  8.0  7.5V  90- 142     45 256  82S 277 224 259 +1.0 -1.1 +1.1-1.2 .487 -167.5      8 53 56.1  18 14  1 357.5 865.2
     98207 = HD 75994, 7.98, , Type VAR
18 Dec 26 11 10 13   Gr  98832 G0  7.7  7.4   81- 129     62 ** GRAZE: CA  6.5S; Dist.245km in az. 213deg. [Lat = 36.39-0.51(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 98832 to Terminator = 18.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 4.1"
18 Dec 26 11 24 42.5 r   98832 G0  7.7  7.4   81- 129     58 226  35S 233 198 212 +2.8 -2.8 +3.1+1.7 .216 -119.0      9 53 48.4  14 44 20 358.8 774.9
18 Dec 26 13  2 59.0 R    1459 G5  7.4  6.9   81- 128  -6 42 253  79N 299 249 278 +2.6 -2.8 +0.8-1.8 .494  174.7      9 56 37.4  14 43 27 360.2 866.2
18 Dec 28  9  5 42.9 r  119008KF8  8.6  8.3   61- 102     43 124  72N 310 351 286 +5.8 -5.4 +1.2-0.6 .424  166.0     11 42 53.7   6 22 59 366.9 778.7
   *** A light curve is highly desired as  119008 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201853942}
18 Dec 28 13 28 29.0 R    1709 K0  6.6  6.0   59- 101  -2 48 223  41S 244 212 220 +5.2 -5.2 +2.8+0.5 .239 -123.7     11 49  7.1   5 11  0 367.3 766.4
18 Dec 30  9  6 13.6 R  139336 K0  7.1* 6.6   39-  77     20 112  70N 313 359 291 +7.2 -6.4 +0.5-0.3 .459  163.8     13 26  8.7 - 3 39 40 378.0 875.4

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