2021 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
 y   m  d  h  m   s       No  D     v    r V  ill     Alt Alt Az   o    o   o   o
21 Jan  3  7  3 34.2 r    1532 K0  7.6  7.0   81- 129     45 111  82N 296 345 274
21 Jan  3  9 41 45.5 R    1544 M2  5.4  4.5v  81- 128     65 171  66S 264 272 242
   R1544 = 46 Leonis
      1544 = ES Leo, 5.46 to 5.56, Hp, Type SRB:
21 Jan  3 12 16 11.2 r   99202pA2  7.8  7.7   80- 127     51 239  61N 318 274 296
   *** A light curve is desired as   99202 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 248917776}
     99202 is double: ** 7.7 10.2 0.38" 285.6, dT = -0.8sec
     99202 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 663). Observations are highly desired
21 Jan  4  6 12 45.0 r    1638cA2  8.1  8.0   72- 117     24  97  76S 277 329 254
      1638 is double: ** 9.3 9.3 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.21sec
      1638 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc  83). Observations are highly desired
21 Jan  4 10 21 19.6 r  118843 G0  8.5  8.2   71- 115     59 167  83S 285 294 261
21 Jan  4 10 57 39.8 R    1659 K0  6.7  6.0   71- 115     60 185  56S 257 254 234
21 Jan  4 12 22 58.7 r  118880 K2  8.3  7.6   71- 114     53 221  73N 308 277 284
21 Jan  5  6 57 52.2 R    1755 A0  6.9* 6.9   62- 103     20 101  89N 294 344 271
21 Jan  5  9 31 55.2 r  119297 F8  8.0  7.8   61- 102     45 134  61N 322 356 299
21 Jan  5 11 15 44.7 r  119317KA*  8.0* 7.9V  60- 102     54 172  73N 309 316 286
   *** A light curve is highly desired as  119317 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201667495}
    119317 = HD 107000, 8.01, , Type ACV, Period 2.8187 days, Phase  73%
21 Jan  5 13  8 27.2 r  119349KK0  8.4  8.0   60- 101  -6 48 215  37N 345 319 322
   *** A light curve is highly desired as  119349 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201644284}
21 Jan  6 10 27 57.2 r  139174WF2  7.8* 7.6e  49-  89     41 141  80N 302 332 281
    139174 is double: AB 7.9 10.4 42" 213.0, dT = -1.4sec
    139174 = HY Vir, 7.81 to 8.1, V, Type EA, Period 2.7323377 days, Phase  50%
21 Jan  6 10 31 10.4 r  139172 F0  8.7* 8.5   49-  89     41 142  76S 278 307 257
21 Jan  6 12 12 14.9 r  139196pF8  8.7  8.5   49-  88     48 176  61S 263 267 242
   *** A light curve is desired as  139196 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 251520792}
    139196 is double: AB 8.7 15.2 13.5"   7.2, dT = +11sec
21 Jan  7  9 25 46.5 R    2008pK0  6.6* 6.0   38-  76     20 119  16N   5  49 346
   *** A light curve is desired as    2008 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212703886}
      2008 is double: ** 7.4 7.4 0.050" 350.0, dT = -0.22sec
      2008 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1456). Observations are highly desired
21 Jan  7 10  2 48.1 r  139671kA0  8.3  8.2   38-  76     26 127  47N 334  13 315
   *** A light curve is desired as  139671 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212696411}
21 Jan  7 10 24 38.5 r  139679 K0  8.5  7.9   38-  76     29 131  52N 329   5 310
21 Jan  7 12 44 10   m  139712 K0  8.4* 7.9   37-  75 -10 41 170  14S 215 223 196
21 Jan  7 12 55 12.0 r  139725pG0  8.1  7.8   37-  75  -8 42 174  28N 353 358 334
   *** A light curve is desired as  139725 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212667055}
    139725 is double: AB 8.1 11.0 4.8" 340.0, dT = -17sec
    139725 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Jan  7 12 59 30.5 R    2016kA0  6.7* 6.6   37-  75  -7 42 175  86S 287 290 268
   *** A light curve is desired as    2016 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212658101}
21 Jan  7 13  8 51.7 d    2022pF2  5.5  5.3   37-  75  -6 42 178 -57N  77  79  58
   R2022 = 95 Virginis
   *** A light curve is desired as    2022 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212655748}
      2022 is double: AB 5.5 16.4      185.0, dT = 0.00sec
21 Jan  7 14  2  9.5 r    2022pF2  5.5  5.3   37-  74   4 41 195  30N 351 339 332
   R2022 = 95 Virginis
   *** A light curve is desired as    2022 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212655748}
      2022 is double: AB 5.5 16.4      185.0, dT = 0.00sec
21 Jan  8 10 25 12.9 r    2130 F2  7.6  7.4s  27-  62     17 125  15N   3  44 348
      2130 = NSV 20211, 7.64 to 7.7, Hp
21 Jan  8 11  8  4.2 r  158910SK2  8.1* 7.4   27-  62     23 133  42N 336  12 321
    158910 is triple: AB 8.2 8.9 126" 165.5, dT = +315sec : AC 8.2 10.1 160" 261.0, dT = -105sec
21 Jan  8 11 13 14.7 r  158913WA5  8.8* 8.7   27-  62     24 134  48N 330   5 315
    158913 is double: BA 8.9 8.2 126" 345.5, dT = -291sec
21 Jan  9 10 28 11.7 R    2264cK0  7.3  6.7   17-  49      5 120  71S 264 310 254
      2264 is double: ** 7.4 7.9 0.30"  80.0, dT = +0.6sec
      2264 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 452). Observations are highly desired
21 Jan  9 11 27 36.8 R  159564 M2  7.6  6.7v  17-  49     14 130  58N 315 354 304
    159564 = IZ Lib, 7.52 to 7.63, Hp, Type SRB
21 Jan  9 12 11 32.0 R    2275pB2  6.0     s  17-  48     20 139  61S 253 287 243
   R2275 = 47 Librae
   *** A light curve is desired as    2275 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 205104403}
      2275 is double: AB 6.04 8.50 0.40" 112.3, dT = +0.9sec
      2275 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      2275 = NSV 7327, 5.89 to 5.96, V
21 Jan 10 12 56 48.3 R X138346p    6.3  6.3    9-  35  -8 15 138  50S 235 270 231
   *** A light curve is desired as X138346 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 204231196}
   X138346 is double: BA 6.3 6.3 1.0" 126.5, dT = +1.3sec
   X138346 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Jan 10 12 56 50.1 R    2434CA0  5.6         9-  35  -8 15 138  50S 235 270 231
   R2434 = 24 Ophiuchi
      2434 is double: AB 6.25 6.32 1.03" 306.5, dT = -1.2sec
      2434 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Jan 16  0  4 56.7 d  164975kF6  8.2  7.9    9+  35  -9 19 229  71N  57  20  79
   *** A light curve is desired as  164975 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 205949539}
21 Jan 17  0 26 40.8 d  165503 K0  9.5  8.8   16+  46     26 227  67S  95  60 118
21 Jan 17  0 33 49.3 D    3396 A8  7.7  7.5   16+  47     25 228  71S  92  55 115
21 Jan 17  1 13  1.9 d  165509 F8  8.9  8.6   16+  47     19 236  84S  79  37 102
21 Jan 18  0 12 36.4 d    3516 K0  8.4  7.7   23+  58 -10 38 216  42N  22 354  45
21 Jan 18  0 46 28.7 d  146967 F8  9.4  9.2   24+  58     33 225  53S 107  73 130
21 Jan 18  2 38 24.7 d  146991cG5  9.0  8.5   24+  59     16 248  87S  72  26  96
    146991 is double: ** 9.6 9.6 0.10"  80.0, dT = +0.23sec
    146991 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 678). Observations are highly desired
21 Jan 19  2 31 34.8 d  128901cG0  8.6  8.3   33+  70     28 243  55S 104  60 126
    128901 is double: AB 8.7 12.1 0.30"  26.4, dT = +0.24sec
    128901 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Jan 20  0  3 52.7 d     198wG5  8.6* 8.3   42+  80  -8 54 189  66N  45  38  66
       198 is double: AB 7.1 14.4 45" 324.0, dT = +21sec
21 Jan 20 23 38 57.9 D     308 M4  6.3* 5.4v  51+  91  -3 58 159  88S  72  88  91
   R308 = WZ Piscium
       308 = WZ Psc, 6.2 to 6.38, V, Type SR, Period 20. days, Phase  62%
21 Jan 21  1 31 52.7 d  110360 K0  8.7  8.1   51+  92     56 211  61S  99  75 118
21 Jan 21  1 49 35.9 d  110353 F5  7.8  7.6   52+  92     54 219  18N 358 329  17
21 Jan 21  1 59 46.8 D     315cA0  7.3  7.3   52+  92     53 222  47N  28 356  46
       315 is double: ** 8.3 8.8 0.30" 221.0, dT = -1sec
       315 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1177). Observations are highly desired
21 Jan 22  2 16  0.6 d   93172 K0  8.7  8.3   61+ 103     60 216  84N  66  38  82
21 Jan 22  3 58  3.7 d   93191 G5  8.5  7.8   62+ 103     45 248  61N  44 356  59
21 Jan 22  5 36 49.0 d     437 G5  7.3  6.7   62+ 104     27 266  42S 121  68 136
21 Jan 23  3 22 10.1 D     532PG0  7.1* 6.7   70+ 114     61 229  43S 123  85 135
   *** A light curve is highly desired as     532 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210623267}
       532 is triple: ** 8.0 8.0 0.011" 115.0, dT = +0.06sec : AB 7.2 14.2 9.4" 268.2, dT = -41sec
       532 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1210). Observations are highly desired
21 Jan 24  0 59 45.3 d     670pB8  7.7  7.7   78+ 125     63 125  38N  28  71  35
   *** A light curve is desired as     670 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210853356}
       670 is double: AB 7.8 14.0 3.9"  63.4, dT = +11sec
       670 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Jan 24  5  8 21.0 d   76657 G0  8.4  7.9   79+ 126     53 252  53N  44 351  51
21 Jan 24  5 14 31.0 d     690kF8  8.0  7.7   79+ 126     52 254  56N  47 354  54
   *** A light curve is desired as     690 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 247364115}
21 Jan 25  5 24 11.6 d     819dB9  8.3  8.2   87+ 137     61 247  84S  93  42  95
       819 is double: AB 8.3 12.2 4.8" 111.9, dT = +13sec
       819 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Jan 26  0 17 29   m   78121WF0  7.5  7.3v  92+ 147  -9 39  89  16S 167 226 164
     78121 is double: AB 7.6 7.9 114" 178.0
     78121 = PV Gem, 7.58 to 7.64, Hp, Type DSCTC, Period 0.188065 days, Phase  10%
   Distance of 78121 to Terminator = 13.8"; to 3km sunlit peak = 3.4"
21 Jan 26  0 21 36   Gr  78121WF0  7.5  7.3v  92+ 147 -11 41 ** GRAZE: CA 15.3S; Dist.227km in az. 328deg. [Lat = 41.44+0.49(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 78121 to Terminator = 18.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 6.4"
21 Jan 26  3 21 54.7 d   78236 G0  7.6  7.3   93+ 148     72 137  70N  74 110  71
21 Jan 26  6 53 21.7 d   78336 F8  7.7  7.4   93+ 149     55 257  34S 150  94 146
21 Jan 27  2  6 40.4 d    1097SA1  6.9  6.9v  97+ 160     50  97  16N  29  88  21
      1097 is quadruple: AC 6.9 13.1 50"  18.0, dT = +217sec : AB 6.9 11.5 127" 109.0, dT = +100sec : AE 6.9 12.1 175" 176.0, dT = -648sec
      1097 = V0356 Gem, 6.89, range 0.04, u, Type ACV, Period 0.69705 days
   Distance of 1097 to Terminator = 5.0"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
21 Jan 27  3  8 56.4 d   79238WA0  7.3  7.3s  97+ 160     61 111  70N  84 137  75
     79238 is double: AB 7.3 10.8 13.9" 316.5, dT = -22sec
     79238 = NSV 17404, 7.5 to 8.0, pg, Type ACV, Period 1.2612 days, Phase  99%
21 Jan 28  2 41 59.9 d    1239 A4  6.6  6.5   99+ 172     45  95  60N  94 152  81
   Distance of 1239 to Terminator = 7.7"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.6"
21 Jan 31  3 27 29.7 r    1598PF5  6.5  6.3   93- 149     17  89  72N 302 355 280
   *** A light curve is highly desired as    1598 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 248842300}
      1598 is double: ** 7.2 7.2 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.16sec
      1598 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc  85). Observations are highly desired
21 Jan 31  9 57  2.5 r   99474cF8  8.4        92- 146     57 214  61S 257 231 234
     99474 is double: AB 8.59 9.87 0.59" 302.5, dT = -1.4sec
     99474 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Jan 31 11 49 33.2 r    1622 K2  8.2* 7.6   91- 146     40 247  82N 294 247 271
21 Feb  1  6  5 50.2 r    1725cK0  7.6* 7.1   85- 135     33 113  55S 254 300 231
      1725 is double: AB 7.4 7.6 0.10" 105.5, dT = +0.26sec
      1725 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Feb  2  8 18  6.4 r    1848 K5  7.7  7.0   76- 121     41 138  73N 307 339 285
21 Feb  2 13  2 57.9 r  139080 K0  7.8  7.2   74- 119  -4 35 231  62N 318 281 296
21 Feb  3 12 18 48.4 R    1985kK0  6.9  6.3   64- 106     41 202  21N 358 341 339
   *** A light curve is desired as    1985 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212719194}
21 Feb  4  7 50  8.9 R    2088cF5  6.2  6.0   54-  94     13 118  45N 333  18 317
      2088 is double: ** 6.2      0.013" 348.1, dT = -0.03sec
      2088 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1466). Observations are highly desired
21 Feb  4  8 27 59   Gr 158686 G2  7.5  7.1   54-  94     21 ** GRAZE: CA 13.8S; Dist.221km in az. 210deg. [Lat = 36.72-0.45(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Feb  4  8 44  2.0 r  158686 G2  7.5  7.1   54-  94     21 129  43S 240 279 224
21 Feb  5 10 57 59.9 r  159385pK1  8.4  8.0E  41-  80     27 149  47S 240 265 229
   *** A light curve is desired as  159385 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 249767135}
    159385 is double: AB 8.5 12.2 4.7" 288.0, dT = -14sec
    159385 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
    159385 = IV Lib, 8.35 to 8.95, V, Type EA/RS, Period 6.86170 days, Phase  51%
21 Feb  5 11 51 39.2 r  159405 F3  8.7  8.4   41-  80     31 163  63S 257 271 245
21 Feb  6  9 10 30.4 R    2376 A*  4.5  4.4v  31-  68      2 120  41N 328  14 321
   R2376 = omega Ophiuchi
      2376 = ome Oph, 4.44 to 4.51, V, Type ACV, Period 2.99 days
21 Feb  6 12 11 19.1 r    2386PK1  8.8  8.4   30-  66     25 155  50N 318 338 311
   *** A light curve is highly desired as    2386 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 204506926}
      2386 is double: AB 8.9 14.6 118"  97.3, dT = +234sec
21 Feb  7 11  5 29.7 R    2530cF5  7.7  7.5   21-  54      9 132  81S 262 302 262
      2530 is double: AB 7.8 14.8      184.0, dT = 0.00sec
21 Feb  7 11 52 17   m  185569 B3  8.6  8.3   20-  54     14 140  16S 197 230 196
21 Feb  7 11 52 44   Gr 185569 B3  8.6  8.3   20-  54     15 ** GRAZE: CA 15.5S; Dist. 77km in az.  39deg. [Lat = 39.92-0.62(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Feb  7 11 54 33.5 r  185552 G0  8.7  8.4   20-  54     15 140  66N 295 328 294
21 Feb  8 12 16 24.5 r  187103WA1  8.8  8.7   12-  41     10 134  31N 322   0 328
    187103 is double: CA 8.8 8.6 53" 105.0, dT = +125sec
21 Feb  8 12 18 31.1 r  187106SK*  8.5  7.8   12-  41 -12 10 134  31N 322 360 327
    187106 is multiple: Aa,Ab 8.9 8.2 0.8" 350.0, dT = -2.1sec : AB 8.6 9.1 7.1" 220.3, dT = +4sec : AC 8.6 8.8 53" 285.0, dT = -125sec : AD 8.6 11.3 80" 216.9, dT = +60sec
    187106 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Feb 14  0 52 33.1 d  146803 G0  9.5  9.3    5+  26     11 250  81N  68  20  91
21 Feb 15  0 17 33.4 d      44 F8  7.4* 7.1   10+  37  -5 28 240  83N  66  24  89
21 Feb 15  1 51 22.5 D  128734 G5  7.8  7.4   11+  38     12 257  73S  90  40 113
21 Feb 16  0 37 34.8 d  109673 K0  9.3  8.8   17+  49  -9 35 239  86N  68  26  90
21 Feb 16  1 59  3.1 D     165 K0  6.4* 6.0   17+  49     21 255  35S 127  78 148
   R165 = 29 Ceti
21 Feb 16  2 14 19   Gr    165 K0  6.4  6.0   17+  49     17 ** GRAZE: CA  9.6S; Dist.168km in az. 172deg. [Lat = 37.50+0.11(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Feb 16  2 31 24.0 d X 57672k    9.3  8.8   17+  49     15 261  69S  92  42 114
   *** A light curve is desired as X 57672 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 220281528}
21 Feb 16  3 25 43.8 D     170 K4  6.0* 5.2S  18+  50      5 269  74S  88  36 109
   R170 = 33 Ceti
       170 = NSV 422, 7.1 to 9.0, pg, Type LB:
21 Feb 16  3 26 24.4 d  109712kK5  8.4  7.9   18+  50      5 269  80N  62  11  83
   *** A light curve is desired as  109712 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 220296400}
21 Feb 16 17 22 41.0 d     249 K3  4.5* 3.7   23+  57  37 17  97  81N  62 113  83
   R249 = nu Piscium
21 Feb 17  0 59 41.7 D  110154 G1  7.4* 7.1   25+  60     42 239  18N 360 317  20
21 Feb 17  2 28 19.6 d  110197 F5  9.3  9.2   25+  60     27 257  85N  67  17  86
21 Feb 17  3 19 18.1 D     281 K2  7.4  6.7   25+  61     17 266  39N  21 329  40
21 Feb 17 23 58 45.0 d     376 A0  7.0  7.0   33+  70  -1 60 210  89N  72  49  89
21 Feb 18  3  2 24.9 D   93029 G5  7.6  7.1   34+  71     31 261  35N  18 327  35
21 Feb 19  2 13 49.4 d   93406 G5  8.8  8.6   43+  82     50 246  45N  31 343  44
21 Feb 19  5  7 42.7 d   93441 A2  8.1  7.9   44+  83     18 277  59N  45 352  58
21 Feb 19  6 10 55.5 d     505kA0  7.1  7.1V  44+  84      7 286  63N  50 358  62
   *** A light curve is desired as     505 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210586108}
       505 = HD 21590, 7.07, , Type ACV, Period 2.7609 days, Phase  60%
21 Feb 20  0 13 17.6 d   93778pA2  7.8  7.6   52+  92  -3 71 171  30N  19  27  29
   *** A light curve is desired as   93778 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210791325}
     93778 is triple: ** 8.0 10.7 0.010"  30.7, dT = +0.04sec : AB 7.8 11.0 5.7" 280.0, dT = -4sec
     93778 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 427). Observations are highly desired
21 Feb 20  0 21 52.2 D     614 K2  5.5  4.9   52+  92  -5 71 176  80N  69  73  79
   R614 = 43 omega 1 Tauri
21 Feb 20  1 54 10.1 r     614 K2  5.5  4.9   53+  93     63 231 -77S 246 206 255
   R614 = 43 omega 1 Tauri
21 Feb 21  0 49 12.0 d   76882kB9  8.7  8.6   62+ 104 -10 73 160  46N  40  57  44
   *** A light curve is desired as   76882 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 247551785}
21 Feb 21  5  9 54.6 D   76962kB9  7.1  7.1   63+ 105     39 269  42S 132  75 136
   *** A light curve is desired as   76962 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 247541278}
21 Feb 22  0 37 36.2 d   77684 B8  8.1  8.1   71+ 115  -8 67 122  68N  67 114  67
21 Feb 22  2 54 36.0 D     898 A0  6.0* 5.9s  72+ 116     72 218  75S 105  73 104
       898 = NSV 16735, 6.08 to 6.13, Hp
21 Feb 23  5 37 42.9 D    1058 K0  6.8  6.3   81+ 128     54 258  71S 116  59 109
21 Feb 23  5 53  5.1 d   78898SA0  7.9  7.8   81+ 128     52 262  25N  32 334  25
     78898 is triple: AB 7.9 9.2 3.8" 163.7, dT = -16sec : AC 7.9 10.6 134" 202.0, dT = -855sec
     78898 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Feb 23  7 42 45.2 d   78967 A2  8.1  8.0   81+ 129     31 278  71S 117  59 109
21 Feb 24  3 23 52.6 D   79739 F0  7.1  7.0   88+ 139     74 156  40N  54  74  42
21 Feb 24  3 36 16.4 d   79740cF2  8.5  8.3   88+ 139     75 166  51S 143 155 132
     79740 is double: ** 9.2 9.2 0.10" 143.0, dT = +0.39sec
     79740 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 683). Observations are highly desired
21 Feb 24  6 37  6.7 d   79804cG0  7.4*       89+ 140     53 258  81N  96  40  84
     79804 is double: AB 7.90 8.57 0.15"  55.8, dT = +0.28sec
     79804 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Feb 24  6 41 22.0 D    1195 B8  6.8* 6.9   89+ 141     52 259  85S 109  53  97
21 Feb 24  8 50 51.4 d    1200 K0  6.9  6.4   89+ 141     27 279  42S 153  96 141
21 Feb 26 11  0  5.1 d    1462 K0  7.3* 6.6   99+ 167     20 275  65S 153  99 133
   Distance of 1462 to Terminator = 18.8"; to 3km sunlit peak = 7.9"
21 Mar  1  6  9 24.0 r    1796pA5  7.6* 7.5   95- 153     43 136  73N 302 335 279
   *** A light curve is desired as    1796 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 229121547}
      1796 is triple: AC 7.7 12.0 5.0" 334.9, dT = -9sec : AB 7.7 8.7 49" 289.9, dT = -106sec
      1796 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Mar  1  7 22 59.0 r  119462KG5  8.1  7.7   95- 153     50 160  64N 311 327 288
   *** A light curve is highly desired as  119462 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 229110376}
21 Mar  2  5 27 36.1 R    1921 K3  5.9  5.1   88- 140     24 119  60S 258 301 237
   R1921 = 65 Virginis
21 Mar  2  5 51 32   Gr   1924cF3  5.8  5.5   88- 140     30 ** GRAZE: CA 16.0S; Dist.291km in az. 207deg. [Lat = 36.08-0.40(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Mar  2  6  9 38.9 R    1924cF3  5.8  5.5   88- 140     31 128  49S 247 285 226
   R1924 = 66 Virginis
      1924 is double: AB 5.8      0.019" 196.3, dT = -0.04sec
      1924 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Mar  2  6 10 35.8 r  139325cK2  7.4  6.7   88- 140     31 128  76N 301 339 280
    139325 is double: ** 8.2 8.2 0.08" 339.0, dT = -0.13sec
    139325 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1085). Observations are highly desired
21 Mar  2  9 11 26.1 R    1933pK0  7.1  6.6   88- 139     45 182  50S 248 247 228
   *** A light curve is desired as    1933 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212785873}
      1933 is double: AB 7.1 16.6 49" 316.0, dT = -80sec
21 Mar  2  9 59  4.3 d    1941 M3  4.7* 3.8s  87- 138     43 197 -61S 137 123 116
   R1941 = 74 Virginis
      1941 = NSV 6297, 4.68, range 0.07, V
21 Mar  2 10 48  5.0 r  139388kK2  7.9* 7.2   87- 138     39 213  46N 332 306 311
   *** A light curve is desired as  139388 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212783705}
21 Mar  2 11 11 48.2 R    1941 M3  4.7* 3.8s  87- 138     37 219  87N 291 261 270
   R1941 = 74 Virginis
      1941 = NSV 6297, 4.68, range 0.07, V
21 Mar  3  7 47  4.6 r  158507 A3  7.8  7.7   79- 126     32 143  81S 278 307 261
21 Mar  3  9 11  1.4 R    2060 G7  6.2  5.7   79- 125     38 166  89S 286 297 269
   R2060 = 2 Librae
21 Mar  3  9 40 34.2 r X128771D    7.9  7.7   79- 125     39 175  46N 331 335 313
   X128771 is double: BA 7.9 6.9 1.1"  89.5, dT = +1.4sec
   X128771 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Mar  3  9 40 36.3 R    2064DF4  6.3        79- 125     39 175  46N 331 335 313
      2064 is double: AB 6.87 7.94 1.13" 269.5, dT = -1.4sec
      2064 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Mar  5  7 31 23.1 r    2330SB9  6.4  6.4   58-  99      6 124  42S 232 276 223
      2330 is triple: AB 6.4 15.4 5.0"  98.0, dT = +14sec : AC 6.4 16.4 5.7"  97.0, dT = +17sec
      2330 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Mar  5  8 56 13.8 R    2337 B9  6.6  6.6   57-  98     18 139  66S 256 289 247
21 Mar  5 10 45 46   Gr   2348kK5  6.8  5.9   57-  98     27 ** GRAZE: CA 14.0S; Dist.172km in az.  43deg. [Lat = 41.15-0.73(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Mar  5 10 46 15   M    2348kK5  6.8  5.9   57-  98     28 164  14S 204 217 196
   *** A light curve is desired as    2348 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 204559464}
21 Mar  6  9 29 32.4 R    2491dG3  6.6  6.3   46-  85     13 136  47N 317 353 315
      2491 is double: AB 5.1 12.9 11.8" 289.8, dT = -26sec
21 Mar  6  9 37 49.2 R  185237WG8  6.7* 6.4   46-  85     14 138  88S 271 306 269
    185237 is double: BA 6.6 5.2 10.0" 174.9, dT = +2.6sec
21 Mar  6  9 37 52.9 R    2490WK*  5.2* 4.6   46-  85     14 138  87S 271 306 268
   R2490 = 39 Ophiuchi
      2490 is double: AB 5.2 6.6 10.0" 354.9, dT = -2.4sec
21 Mar  7  9 32 45.8 R    2652 K0  6.5  5.8   35-  72      4 128  63N 294 337 298
21 Mar  7 10 23 10   m    2657kA6  6.9  6.8   35-  72     11 136  15S 192 228 195
   *** A light curve is desired as    2657 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 223370117}
21 Mar  7 11 36 51   m  186752cF8  7.8        34-  71     19 151  13S 189 215 193
    186752 is double: AB 7.97 9.55 0.53" 142.0
    186752 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Mar  7 11 37 54   Gr 186752cF8  7.8        34-  72     18 ** GRAZE: CA 12.5S; Dist.182km in az.  36deg. [Lat = 41.05-0.57(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Mar  8 11 23 22.7 r  188051 K0  8.2  7.6   24-  59     12 137  28N 322 358 331
21 Mar 16  0 57 27.2 d  109996 K0  9.0* 8.3    6+  29  -7 19 262  88S  78  27  98
21 Mar 16  1 28 17.9 d  110003 G0  9.8  9.5    6+  29     13 266  42S 124  73 145
21 Mar 16  1 46 23   Gr 110003 G0  9.8  9.5    6+  29      9 ** GRAZE: CA  9.8S; Dist.261km in az. 182deg. [Lat = 36.67-0.03(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Mar 16  1 52 13.4 D     239 F8  8.2  7.9    6+  29      9 270  64S 102  51 123
21 Mar 17  1 38 30.6 D   92895 G5  8.3  7.6   12+  40     22 266  80N  65  12  82
21 Mar 17  3  0  2.7 D     350 G5  7.6  7.1   12+  40      7 278  78N  63  11  80
21 Mar 18  2 19 38.1 D   93283 K3  8.0  7.2   19+  51     25 269  62N  48 354  62
21 Mar 18  3 12 54.2 D     458 G8  7.9  7.5   19+  51     15 278  55N  41 348  56
21 Mar 18  3 48 35.5 d   93313 K0  9.1  8.6   19+  52      9 283  66N  52   0  67
21 Mar 18  4  9 58.3 d   93322 F8  8.5  8.3   19+  52      5 286  78N  64  13  78
21 Mar 19  0 49  9.1 d     575pA0  8.0        26+  61  -5 53 248  51S 118  68 128
   *** A light curve is desired as     575 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210716159}
       575 is double: AB 8.03 12.03 0.52" 181.7, dT = +1sec
       575 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Mar 19  0 57  9.6 d   93643kA0  8.3  8.2   26+  61  -7 51 250  52N  40 349  51
   *** A light curve is desired as   93643 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210737487}
21 Mar 19  1 23 18.6 d X 67772k    9.5  8.7   26+  62 -12 47 256  60S 109  56 119
   *** A light curve is desired as X 67772 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210722592}
21 Mar 19  3 46 44.4 d     585kF5  8.5  8.2   27+  62     20 279  40S 129  74 139
   *** A light curve is desired as     585 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210732246}
21 Mar 20  4 28 25.8 d   76758 M0  8.5  7.5v  36+  74     22 281  70N  63   7  68
     76758 = ASAS J044748+2208.4, 8.37, range 0.15, V, Type MISC, Period 20.025199 days, Phase  90%
21 Mar 20  5 25 59.8 d   76776 A0  7.8  7.8   36+  74     12 289  57S 116  64 122
21 Mar 21  1 56 36.6 D     839 B2  5.4  5.4s  45+  84     61 248  89S  89  37  90
   R839 = 121 Tauri
       839 = NSV 16369, 5.38, range 0.06, V
21 Mar 21  2 17 34   D   77276 K0  6.8  6.3   45+  84     57 254  12N  10 315  11
21 Mar 21  2 26 37   Gr  77276 K0  6.8  6.3   45+  84     54 ** GRAZE: CA -0.5N; Dist. 47km in az.  13deg. [Lat = 39.46-0.18(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Mar 21  3 20 16.5 r     839 B2  5.4  5.4s  45+  84     45 266 -89S 266 208 267
   R839 = 121 Tauri
       839 = NSV 16369, 5.38, range 0.06, V
21 Mar 21  4 44  6.4 D     853 F3  7.1  6.9   45+  85     30 278  48N  46 349  47
21 Mar 21  6 18 52.6 d   77452cK0  7.7  6.9   46+  85     12 291  79N  77  24  77
     77452 is double: ** 9.0 9.0 0.10"  83.0, dT = +0.2sec
     77452 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 682). Observations are highly desired
21 Mar 22  5 12 34.0 d   78521 K2  7.8  7.2   55+  96     34 276  86N  90  31  85
21 Mar 22  6 41 26.2 D    1015cA3  6.5        56+  97     18 288  29S 155 100 150
      1015 is double: AB 6.55 10.38 0.50" 252.0, dT = -0.22sec
      1015 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Mar 22  7 25 53.9 d    1023SF8  6.4  6.2   56+  97     10 294  53S 131  79 126
      1023 is triple: ** 7.3 7.3 0.050" 350.0, dT = -0.09sec : AB 6.5 13.6 31" 246.2, dT = -29sec
      1023 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1324). Observations are highly desired
21 Mar 23  1  9 44.8 D    1117cG8  5.0  4.6   64+ 106  -8 75 154  16N  25  47  15
   R1117 = 57 Geminorum
      1117 is double: ** 5.9 5.9 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.36sec
      1117 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1358). Observations are highly desired
21 Mar 23  1 24 35   Gr   1117cG8  5.0  4.6   64+ 107 -11 75 ** GRAZE: CA -3.5N; Dist.104km in az.   5deg. [Lat = 39.97-0.06(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Mar 23  1 39 37.9 r    1117cG8  5.0  4.6   64+ 107     76 181 -23N 347 346 337
   R1117 = 57 Geminorum
      1117 is double: ** 5.9 5.9 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.2sec
      1117 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1358). Observations are highly desired
21 Mar 23  4  6 42.5 D   79416SF8  7.6  7.4   65+ 107     57 255  79N  88  32  79
     79416 is triple: AC 7.7 11.8 29.2" 124.6, dT = +63sec : AB 7.7 8.9 65"  19.7, dT = +63sec
21 Mar 23  4 40 45.0 d   79430 G5  8.7  8.2   65+ 108     50 262  61S 129  71 119
21 Mar 23  5 55 56.0 d    1140 R9  8.0  6.9V  65+ 108     36 274  69N  78  20  68
   R1140 = NQ Geminorum
      1140 = NQ Gem, 7.4 to 8.18, V, Type ZAND+SR, Period 58.2 days, Phase  72%
21 Mar 23  7 23 56.7 d   79523wM5  7.7  6.8s  66+ 109     20 286  82N  92  36  81
     79523 is double: AB 7.8 11.1 92" 180.0, dT = +5sec
     79523 = NSV 17512, 7.69 to 7.78, Hp
21 Mar 24  2 14 13.9 d    1254 A2  8.2  8.1   74+ 119     74 164  54S 142 155 127
21 Mar 25  7 27 30.6 d   98567 A3  7.5  7.4   84+ 133     36 266  56S 146  90 127
21 Mar 26  2 30  8.4 D    1499 K0  7.1  6.4   90+ 144     57 126  19N  46  87  25
21 Mar 26  7  7 11.5 D    1514 A1  6.2  6.2s  91+ 146     47 248  65N  93  45  71
   R1514 = 42 Leonis
      1514 = NSV 4828, 6.09 to 6.17, V
21 Mar 27  5  2 45.6 d    1622 K2  8.2* 7.6   96+ 158     61 175  53S 162 165 139
21 Apr  2 11 27  2.3 r  184964 K1  7.3  6.5   71- 115  -7 26 192  73S 259 248 255
21 Apr  4  9 55 25.3 r    2781 K4  7.4  6.6   50-  90     15 144  78N 276 306 284
21 Apr  8 13  5 53   r    3349WK5  4.1  3.2s  12-  40  14 24 133   6N 325   1 348
   R3349 = tau Aquarii
      3349 is double: AB 4.2 9.9 133" 297.4, dT = -1872sec
      3349 = NSV 14329, 3.98 to 4.04, V
21 Apr 15  2  8  6.6 d   93540     9.2  8.6    7+  32     14 282  42N  32 338  43
21 Apr 15  2 28 48.4 d   93549kG5  9.2  8.8    8+  32     11 285  58N  47 355  59
   *** A light curve is desired as   93549 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210681358}
21 Apr 15 18 22 51.9 d     628WA3  4.9  4.8s  12+  40  61 52 107  46N  37  90  46
   R628 = omega 2 Tauri
       628 is double: AB 4.9 9.6 168" 119.3, dT = +68sec
       628 = NSV 15938, 4.93, range 0.01, V
21 Apr 18  1 33 36.5 d   78069DB9  8.6  8.7   28+  64  -8 52 261  56S 124  66 121
     78069 is double: AB 8.6 9.8 5.9" 358.1, dT = -11sec
     78069 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Apr 18  1 44 56.1 D   78081cG5  7.8  7.5   28+  64 -10 50 264  88S  92  34  90
     78081 is double: ** 8.6 8.6 0.040" 170.0, dT = +0.02sec
     78081 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1053). Observations are highly desired
21 Apr 18  2 20  4.5 d   78100 K0  8.9  8.3   29+  65     43 269  73S 108  49 105
21 Apr 18  5 59  0.9 d   78231SK2  7.4  6.7   30+  66      4 300  42N  44 355  40
     78231 is triple: AB 7.6 9.9 21.3" 244.7, dT = -57sec : AC 7.6 10.3 40" 321.1, dT = +15sec
21 Apr 18 19 15  1.9 d    1055 G0  5.7  5.4s  36+  74  59 36  85  32N  36  96  30
   R1055 = 37 Geminorum
      1055 = NSV 17225, 5.73, range 0.02, V, Type VAR:
21 Apr 19  3 20  1.5 d   79098WK5  8.7  7.9   38+  76     41 271  76S 110  51 102
     79098 is double: AB 8.9 9.4 24.3" 105.1, dT = +58sec
21 Apr 19  4 10 38   m   79114cA3  8.5  8.3   38+  77     32 278   6N  13 314   4
     79114 is double: ** 9.3 9.3 0.10" 104.0
     79114 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1059). Observations are highly desired
21 Apr 19  4 12 38   Gr  79114cA3  8.5  8.3   38+  77     30 ** GRAZE: CA  6.4N; Dist.122km in az. 216deg. [Lat = 37.67-0.56(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Apr 19  5  6  1.3 d   79140 M*  8.0  7.1v  39+  77     21 285  22S 165 109 157
     79140 = V0338 Gem, 7.95 to 8.06, Hp, Type LB:
21 Apr 19  6 10 36.0 D    1097SA1  6.9  6.9v  39+  78     10 294  77S 109  58 101
      1097 is quadruple: AC 6.9 13.1 50"  18.0, dT = -2.4sec : AB 6.9 11.5 127" 109.0, dT = +234sec : AE 6.9 12.1 175" 176.0, dT = +129sec
      1097 = V0356 Gem, 6.89, range 0.04, u, Type ACV, Period 0.69705 days
21 Apr 19  6 17 59.6 D    1099wM1  5.8  5.0s  39+  78      9 295  59N  66  15  57
   R1099 = 52 Geminorum
      1099 is double: AB 6.0 12.7 31" 281.6, dT = -57sec
      1099 = NSV 3469, 5.79, range 0.08, V
21 Apr 20  2 10  3.4 D   79868DK0  7.4        48+  87     63 243  68S 124  74 111
     79868 is double: AB 7.43 10.98 1.30" 168.7, dT = +2.6sec
     79868 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Apr 20  4 15 18.9 d   79917 G5  8.4  7.9   48+  88     40 270  58S 134  76 121
21 Apr 21  1 36 36.0 d   80514pA*  8.5  8.4   58+  99  -8 72 195  79N  96  84  79
   *** A light curve is desired as   80514 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212082764}
     80514 is double: ** 9.1 9.1 0.10"  87.0, dT = +0.28sec
     80514 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 716). Observations are highly desired
21 Apr 21  2 50  9.3 d   80534 K   8.4  7.7   58+ 100     64 235  60S 137  94 120
21 Apr 21  3 50 53.1 D    1342KG5  7.6  7.3   59+ 100     53 252  54S 143  91 126
   *** A light curve is highly desired as    1342 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212053807}
21 Apr 23  3 23 20.8 D    1569kA2  6.9  6.8V  79+ 125     63 193  55S 151 140 128
   *** A light curve is desired as    1569 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 248882918}
      1569 = HD 93273, 6.903, , Type VAR
21 Apr 23  3 29 49.1 d   99287pK0  8.4  7.9   79+ 125     63 196  50N  75  62  53
   *** A light curve is desired as   99287 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 248892906}
     99287 is double: AB 8.5 9.5 43"  36.9, dT = +125sec
21 Apr 23  6  1 30.3 d   99317kK0  8.1  7.6   79+ 126     42 248  83N 109  61  86
   *** A light curve is desired as   99317 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 248864364}
21 Apr 24  7 25 36   M    1702 M0  4.0* 3.3v  88+ 140     32 250   4N  32 345   9
   R1702 = nu Virginis
      1702 = nu. Vir, 4.1 to 4.16, Hp, Type SRB
   Distance of 1702 to Terminator = 1.5"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
21 Apr 24  7 34 27   Gr   1702 M0  4.0  3.3v  88+ 140     31 ** GRAZE: CA  4.1N; Dist.427km in az. 221deg. [Lat = 33.96-0.66(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 1702 to Terminator = 5.0"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
21 Apr 25  1 49  2.2 d    1796pA5  7.6* 7.5   94+ 151  -9 36 124  90N 121 161  99
   *** A light curve is desired as    1796 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 229121547}
      1796 is triple: AC 7.7 12.0 5.0" 334.9, dT = -9sec : AB 7.7 8.7 49" 289.9, dT = -100sec
      1796 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Apr 25  2 59 51.9 d  119462KG5  8.1  7.7   94+ 152     46 143  83N 114 142  91
   *** A light curve is highly desired as  119462 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 229110376}
21 Apr 26  1 30 45.2 D    1924cF3  5.8  5.5   98+ 165  -6 20 115  63S 153 198 132
   R1924 = 66 Virginis
      1924 is double: AB 5.8      0.021" 206.2, dT = +0.03sec
      1924 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Apr 26  4 16 47.1 d    1933pK0  7.1  6.6   99+ 166     42 155  57S 159 178 138
   *** A light curve is desired as    1933 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212785873}
      1933 is double: AB 7.1 16.6 49" 316.0, dT = -115sec
   Distance of 1933 to Terminator = 18.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 7.7"
21 Apr 26  5 50 59.0 D    1941 M3  4.7* 3.8s  99+ 167     45 186  83N 119 114  98
   R1941 = 74 Virginis
      1941 = NSV 6297, 4.68, range 0.07, V
21 Apr 26  7  4  6.8 r    1941 M3  4.7* 3.8s  99+ 168     40 210 -83N 312 288 291
   R1941 = 74 Virginis
      1941 = NSV 6297, 4.68, range 0.07, V
21 May  2 10  4 19.3 r  188570 K4  7.8  7.1   65- 107     23 160  73N 278 295 290
21 May  3 10 32 41.6 r  189703 M2  7.9  7.0   54-  95  -9 23 153  64S 228 251 245
21 May  4 10  6 56.3 R  190556 K1  7.0  6.4   44-  83     17 135  57N 282 318 302
21 May  4 10 57 24.0 R    3178cA0  6.2  6.1   43-  82  -4 24 145  38N 302 330 322
      3178 is double:  6.2           350.0, dT = 0.00sec
21 May  6 10 23  8.5 r    3433 G5  7.7  7.2   24-  59 -10 12 115  23N 310 356 333
21 May  7 10  3 12.8 R       5cK1  4.6  4.1v  16-  48      4 101  78N 253 303 276
   R5 = 33 Piscium
         5 is double: AB 5.0 7.5 0.004" 117.9, dT = +0.01sec
         5 = BC Psc, 4.61, range 0.08, V, Type RS, Period 72.93 days
21 May 14  1 54 26.7 D     761pB5  6.7     e   4+  24  -7 15 288  81S  93  39  97
   *** A light curve is desired as     761 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 247612547}
       761 is double: AB 6.97 8.45 0.40" 148.6, dT = +0.46sec
       761 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       761 = V1154 Tau, 6.71 to 6.81, Hp, Type E:, Period 1.767902 days, Phase  70%
21 May 14  2 17 54.3 d   76956kA0  8.9  8.7    4+  24 -10 10 291  17S 157 105 161
   *** A light curve is desired as   76956 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 247585700}
21 May 14  2 30 14   Gr  76956kA0  8.9  8.7    4+  24      6 ** GRAZE: CA -3.8S; Dist.143km in az. 209deg. [Lat = 37.55-0.43(E.Long+94.35)]
21 May 14  2 58 24.8 d X  6544 G0  9.1  8.8    5+  25      4 297  47N  41 353  45
21 May 14 20 44 56.9 d     882SG8  5.0* 4.4    8+  33  52 76 188  47S 130 123 130
   R882 = 132 Tauri
       882 is triple: Aa,Ab 5.0           126.0, dT = 0.00sec : AB 5.0 9.1 3.8" 230.0, dT = -3sec
       882 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 May 15  1 58  9.4 D   77769 B8  7.2  7.2    9+  35  -7 24 283  56S 122  66 121
21 May 15  2  8 49.9 d   77776cB8  7.9         9+  35  -9 22 285  58S 120  64 119
     77776 is double: AB 8.45 8.96 0.20" 206.5, dT = +0.03sec
     77776 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 May 15  2 23  8.3 D   77790 G5  7.4  6.8    9+  35 -11 19 287  77N  75  20  74
21 May 15  3 16 31.2 d   77833 K5  8.8  8.1    9+  36     10 294  74N  73  21  71
21 May 16  2 13 59.2 d X  9953kA5  9.3  9.2   15+  46  -9 31 279  89S  94  35  87
   *** A light curve is desired as X  9953 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 202063186}
21 May 16  2 20 26.7 d   78807pF8  9.0        16+  46 -10 29 280  47S 136  78 130
   *** A light curve is desired as   78807 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 202059418}
     78807 is double: AB 9.57 10.08 0.16"  47.2, dT = +0.01sec
     78807 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 May 16  2 50  1.9 d X 94607     9.7  9.0   16+  47     24 284  71S 112  55 105
21 May 16  2 55 46.8 d   78823pG5  9.2        16+  47     23 284  35S 148  91 141
   *** A light curve is desired as   78823 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 202059421}
     78823 is triple: AB 9.90 10.00 0.38" 143.4, dT = +1.2sec : AB,C 9.2 11.6 672" 264.2, dT = -917sec
     78823 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 May 16  2 55 51.7 D   78827 A*  7.4  7.2   16+  47     23 285  55N  58   2  52
21 May 16  4 17 55.3 D   78885 A3  7.6  7.5   16+  47      8 295  81S 102  51  95
21 May 16  4 36 19.1 d   78898SA0  7.9  7.8   16+  47      5 298  75S 108  59 101
     78898 is triple: AB 7.9 9.2 3.8" 163.7, dT = +4sec : AC 7.9 10.6 134" 201.9, dT = -16sec
     78898 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 May 17  1 29 37.0 D    1170dG8  3.6  3.1   23+  57  -2 48 264  52S 136  78 125
   R1170 = kappa Geminorum
      1170 is double: AB 3.7 10.0 7.3" 241.0, dT = -5sec
      1170 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 May 17  1 53  2.7 d   79662dG0  8.6        23+  58  -6 44 268  40S 148  90 137
     79662 is double: AB 8.57 12.63 1.36" 263.8, dT = -1.9sec
     79662 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 May 17  2 32  3.7 R    1170dG8  3.6  3.1   23+  58     36 274 -68S 257 198 245
   R1170 = kappa Geminorum
      1170 is double: AB 3.7 10.0 7.3" 241.0, dT = -18sec
      1170 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 May 17  3 47 48.9 d   79708 F8  9.0  8.8   24+  58     22 284  44S 144  89 133
21 May 17  4  0 30.8 D   79724 K0  7.8  7.0   24+  58     20 285  79N  88  33  76
21 May 17  4 14 18   M    1180 F5  7.1  6.8   24+  59     17 288   7N  16 321   4
21 May 17  4 17 13   Gr   1180 F5  7.1  6.8   24+  59     15 ** GRAZE: CA  7.0N; Dist.182km in az. 218deg. [Lat = 36.96-0.60(E.Long+94.35)]
21 May 17  4 29 39.4 D   79739 F0  7.1  7.0   24+  59     15 289  89N  97  44  86
21 May 20  2 21 47.1 d   99117 G0  8.5  8.0v  53+  94 -10 59 225  90N 112  77  90
     99117 = DW Leo, 8.5, range 0.08, V, Type RS
21 May 20  3 51 54.0 D    1532 K0  7.6  7.0   54+  94     44 251  47N  69  19  47
21 May 20  4 18 49.9 D    1535 K0  6.9  6.3   54+  94     39 256  60S 142  91 120
21 May 20  5 58 49.4 D    1544 M2  5.4  4.5v  54+  95     20 272  69N  92  38  70
   R1544 = 46 Leonis
      1544 = ES Leo, 5.46 to 5.56, Hp, Type SRB:
21 May 21  3 22 28   d    1638cA2  8.1  8.0   64+ 107     53 224  22N  47  13  24
      1638 is double: ** 9.3 9.3 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.9sec
      1638 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc  83). Observations are highly desired
21 May 21  3 28 57   Gr   1638cA2  8.1  8.0   64+ 107     51 ** GRAZE: CA 10.7N; Dist. 45km in az.  47deg. [Lat = 39.62-0.84(E.Long+94.35)]
21 May 21  4 59 27.8 D    1647 A2  6.7  6.5   65+ 107     37 249  63N  88  41  65
21 May 22  4 23 59.4 d  119272 F5  7.6* 7.3   75+ 120     46 223  66N  92  59  69
21 May 26  9 56 44.7 D  184141cG3  8.0  7.5   88E 179 -11 10 232  87U 138  97 129
    184141 is double: AB 8.4 9.4 0.10" 191.3, dT = +0.15sec
    184141 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 May 26 10  0 37.6 R X 40469 K0  8.6  8.0   83E 179 -10  9 233 -76N 282 240 272
21 May 26 10  2 59   Gr 184137 G5  7.9  7.2   79E 179 -10  8 ** GRAZE: CA 15.5N; Dist. 13km in az. 338deg. [Lat = 39.16+0.31(E.Long+94.35)]
21 May 26 10  3 10   Gr 184137 G5  7.9* 7.2   79E 179 -10  9 234  15N  12 330   3
21 May 26 10 18 24.2 d X217320    11.6        53E 179  -7  7 236  86U  88  44  78
21 May 26 10 23 29.1 d X217332    12.0        44E 179  -6  6 237  79U  95  50  85
21 May 26 10 23 35.4 d X217334    12.4        44E 179  -6  6 237  81U  91  47  82
21 May 26 10 24 43.8 d X217314    11.8        42E 179  -6  5 237  60U 131  87 122
21 May 26 10 25 15.6 d X217331    12.0        41E 179  -6  5 237  69U 110  65 101
21 May 26 10 37 25.6 d X217353    11.9        23E 179  -4  4 239  94U  58  13  49
21 May 26 10 38 40.5 d X217363    12.5        21E 179  -4  3 239  83U  77  31  68
21 May 26 10 42 32.3 d X217368    12.5        16E 179  -3  3 240  59U 114  68 105
21 May 26 10 43 53.8 D X 40566 M* 10.9 10.4   15E 179  -3  3 240  34N  26 339  17
21 May 26 10 44  6.7 d X217357S   12.1        14E 179  -3  2 240 100U  43 356  33
   X217357 is multiple: AE 8.9 18.4 1.0" 281.4, dT = -1.8sec : Aa,Ab 9.8 17.9 2.2"  28.0, dT = +7sec : AB 8.9 16.2 2.2"  25.3, dT = +7sec : AC 8.9 17.3 3.9" 221.8, dT = -14sec
   X217357 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 May 26 10 47 33.7 R  184141cG3  8.0  7.5   11E 179  -2  1 241  78U 245 198 236
    184141 is double: AB 8.4 9.4 0.10" 191.3, dT = -0.13sec
    184141 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 May 26 10 48  2.2 d X135573    11.5 11.0   10E 179  -2  1 241  39U 174 127 165
21 May 26 10 49  8.3 d X217385    12.1         9E 179  -2  2 241  64U 105  58  96
21 May 26 10 49 13.9 d X217382    12.0         9E 179  -2  1 241  59U 114  67 104
21 May 26 10 49 39.3 d X135615    11.6 11.0    9E 179  -2  2 241  99U  41 354  31
21 May 26 10 50 23   GrX 40566 M* 10.9 10.4    8E 179  -1  0 ** GRAZE: CA 21.2N; Dist.100km in az. 333deg. [Lat = 40.04+0.40(E.Long+94.35)]
21 May 26 10 50 47   m X217339    11.6         8E 179  -2  1 241  20N  11 324   2
21 May 26 10 51 25.4 D X135613k   10.7  9.7    7E 179  -2  1 241  41U 144  97 135
   *** A light curve is desired as X135613 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 204633779}
21 May 26 10 52 11.7 D X217392    11.4         7E 179  -2  1 241  76U  85  38  76
21 May 26 10 53 46.7 D X135636    10.8 10.2    5E 179  -1  1 241  87U  66  19  57
21 May 26 10 56 10.9 d X217388k   11.9         4E 179  -1  0 242  53U 123  76 114
   *** A light curve is desired as X217388 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 204649203}
21 May 26 10 58 24.4 d X217381    12.0         3E 179  -1  0 242  98U  38 350  28
21 May 26 10 58 28   GrX135573    11.5 11.0    3E 179  -1 -1 ** GRAZE: CA 35.4U; Dist.123km in az. 152deg. [Lat = 37.77+0.41(E.Long+94.35)]
21 May 27  6 19 34.2 r  184964 K1  7.3  6.5   99- 168     26 169  82N 291 300 287
   Distance of 184964 to Terminator = 18.7"; to 3km sunlit peak = 7.8"
21 May 27  6 46 34.8 r  184991 K0  7.3  6.7   99- 168     27 176  68N 305 308 301
   Distance of 184991 to Terminator = 17.0"; to 3km sunlit peak = 6.6"
21 May 29  9 35 28.8 r    2824 K4  7.3  6.5   88- 139     25 186  62N 295 290 304
21 Jun  3 15 51 48   m    3536cM3  4.4  3.5v  37-  75  55 35 224 -11S 144 110 167
   R3536 = 30 Piscium (YY)
      3536 is double: ** 5.2 5.2 0.050" 140.0
      3536 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1092). Observations are highly desired
      3536 = YY Psc, 4.31 to 4.41, V, Type SR
21 Jun  3 15 52 25   Gr   3536cM3  4.4  3.5v  37-  75  55 33 ** GRAZE: CA-11.2S; Dist.126km in az. 327deg. [Lat = 40.38+0.50(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Jun  6  9 16 10.2 R  110316 F5  7.2* 6.9   14-  44      4  83  67S 223 274 241
21 Jun  6 10 12 55.9 R     308 M4  6.3* 5.4v  14-  43  -7 15  91  32S 188 240 207
   R308 = WZ Piscium
       308 = WZ Psc, 6.2 to 6.38, V, Type SR, Period 20. days, Phase  44%
21 Jun 12 15 59 52   m    1099wM1  5.8  5.0s   5+  25  57 36  86   7S 174 233 166
   R1099 = 52 Geminorum
      1099 is double: AB 6.0 12.7 31" 281.6
      1099 = NSV 3469, 5.79, range 0.08, V
21 Jun 12 16  1 16   Gr   1099wM1  5.8  5.0s   5+  25  57 38 ** GRAZE: CA  7.0S; Dist. 89km in az. 332deg. [Lat = 39.94+0.41(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Jun 12 20 58 31.2 D    1117cG8  5.0  4.6    5+  27  52 74 216  69S 113  83 104
   R1117 = 57 Geminorum
      1117 is double: ** 5.9 5.9 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.28sec
      1117 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1358). Observations are highly desired
21 Jun 12 22 24  5.0 r    1117cG8  5.0  4.6    6+  27  36 60 252 -86S 269 214 259
   R1117 = 57 Geminorum
      1117 is double: ** 5.9 5.9 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.28sec
      1117 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1358). Observations are highly desired
21 Jun 13  3 14  1.6 d X 11330 F5  9.7  9.3    6+  29      6 296  32S 152 102 141
21 Jun 13  3 26 26.3 D   79523wM5  7.7  6.8s   6+  29      4 298  26S 158 109 148
     79523 is double: AB 7.8 11.1 92" 180.0, dT = +265sec
     79523 = NSV 17512, 7.69 to 7.78, Hp
21 Jun 15  4 24 31.2 d   98547 G0  8.7  8.4   20+  53      9 288  69S 126  74 107
21 Jun 15 23  7 41.5 D    1484cA0  3.5  3.5s  27+  63  28 67 192  74N  92  82  71
   R1484 = eta Leonis
      1484 is double: AB 3.5 8.4 0.10" 240.4, dT = -0.26sec
      1484 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1484 = NSV 4738, 3.46 to 3.60, V
21 Jun 16  0 19 52.2 R    1484cA0  3.5  3.5s  28+  63  14 60 229 -49N 330 292 309
   R1484 = eta Leonis
      1484 is double: AB 3.5 8.4 0.10" 240.4, dT = 0.00sec
      1484 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1484 = NSV 4738, 3.46 to 3.60, V
21 Jun 17  5 28 30.7 d    1612 F5  7.3  7.1   39+  78      9 276  28S 174 122 152
21 Jun 17 21 51 17.7 D    1702 M0  4.0* 3.3v  48+  87  43 44 125  24S 179 219 156
   R1702 = nu Virginis
      1702 = nu. Vir, 4.1 to 4.16, Hp, Type SRB
21 Jun 17 22 14 17   Gr   1702 M0  4.0  3.3v  48+  88  38 50 ** GRAZE: CA-10.4S; Dist.289km in az. 207deg. [Lat = 36.10-0.40(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Jun 17 22 34  4.2 r    1702 M0  4.0* 3.3v  48+  88  34 50 137 -44S 247 279 224
   R1702 = nu Virginis
      1702 = nu. Vir, 4.1 to 4.16, Hp, Type SRB
21 Jun 19  4 32 57.6 d  138961 K0  8.3  7.8   61+ 103     30 241  65N  89  46  66
21 Jun 20  0 38 29.8 D    1941 M3  4.7* 3.8s  71+ 115  11 41 154  40S 163 183 142
   R1941 = 74 Virginis
      1941 = NSV 6297, 4.68, range 0.07, V
21 Jun 20  1 40  3.3 r    1941 M3  4.7* 3.8s  71+ 115   0 45 174 -68S 271 276 251
   R1941 = 74 Virginis
      1941 = NSV 6297, 4.68, range 0.07, V
21 Jun 21  4 27 51.0 d    2078 G8  8.2  7.7   82+ 130     33 208  41S 158 136 141
21 Jun 25 10 17  2.0 D    2750SB2  2.1* 2.1   99- 171  -7 10 224 -47N  64  27  71
   R2750 = Nunki = sigma Sagittarii
      2750 is triple: Aa,Ab 2.0           202.0, dT = 0.00sec : AB 2.0 9.9 355" 238.3, dT = -750sec
21 Jun 29  6 52 10.0 r    3336 K4  7.1  6.3s  75- 120     16 124  65S 226 268 248
      3336 = NSV 25951, 7.09, range 0.01, 6V, Type VAR, Period 1.88473 days
21 Jun 29  6 55 49.5 r  165258 K1  7.6  6.9   75- 120     17 125  80S 241 282 263
21 Jun 29  9 21  5.8 R    3343pB9  5.7* 5.7   74- 119     34 158  73N 268 286 291
   R3343 = 69 Aquarii
   *** A light curve is desired as    3343 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 206026652}
      3343 is triple: AB 5.7 9.6 20.7" 127.3, dT = +49sec : AC 5.7      63"  35.0, dT = +115sec
21 Jun 29 10 24 49   Gr   3349WK5  4.1  3.2s  74- 119  -7 39 ** GRAZE: CA 14.7N; Dist.184km in az. 132deg. [Lat = 36.57+0.86(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Jun 29 10 26 54   M    3349WK5  4.1  3.2s  74- 119  -5 38 177  14N 327 329 349
   R3349 = tau Aquarii
      3349 is double: AB 4.2 9.9 133" 297.4
      3349 = NSV 14329, 3.98 to 4.04, V
21 Jun 29 10 35 46.5 r  165327 F0  7.8  7.6   74- 119  -4 37 179  20S 181 182 203
21 Jun 30  8 30 58   Gr   3480 F5  7.2  6.9   65- 107     31 ** GRAZE: CA  9.2N; Dist.280km in az. 144deg. [Lat = 35.90+0.57(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Jun 30  8 36 30   m    3480 F5  7.2  6.9   65- 107     29 132   9N 329   5 352
21 Jun 30 10 41  5.7 R    3484 G5  6.9  6.4   64- 107  -3 42 166  81N 257 268 280
21 Jul  1  9 31 15.9 r  128731 F5  8.6  8.3   55-  95     35 131  73S 230 266 253
21 Jul  1 10 11 25.0 R  128739SA0  7.4  7.4   54-  95  -8 40 142  67S 224 253 247
    128739 is triple: AB 7.4 10.3 3.3" 339.6, dT = +4sec : AC 7.4 12.4 40"  57.9, dT = +106sec
    128739 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Jul  2  7 10 42.4 R     150SF1  6.1  5.9v  46-  85      7  94  71N 266 317 287
   R150 = 26 Ceti
       150 is triple: AB 6.1 9.5 16.0" 252.9, dT = -35sec : AC 6.1 14.1 120" 291.0, dT = -243sec
       150 = HIP 4979, 6.06, range 0.01, 0V, Type VAR, Period 369.00369 days
21 Jul  2  9 59 14.7 R     165 K0  6.4* 6.0   45-  84 -10 38 124  73N 264 304 286
   R165 = 29 Ceti
21 Jul  4  8 38 42.5 R     376 A0  7.0  7.0   27-  62     14  86  83N 257 309 273
21 Jul  4 10 28 57   Gr  93029 G5  7.6  7.1   26-  61  -5 36 ** GRAZE: CA 12.5N; Dist. 96km in az. 313deg. [Lat = 40.30+0.84(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Jul  4 10 35 47.9 r   93029 G5  7.6  7.1   26-  61  -4 37 105  28N 313   3 329
21 Jul  5 10 15  0   m     488dK0  7.9  7.3   18-  51  -8 27  90  12N 332  26 345
       488 is double: AB 8.0 13.2 5.3"  15.9
       488 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Jul  6  9  5 47.9 R   93778pA2  7.8  7.6   12-  40      8  71  69N 279 331 288
   *** A light curve is desired as   93778 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210791325}
     93778 is triple: ** 8.0 10.7 0.010"  30.7, dT = +0.01sec : AB 7.8 11.0 5.7" 280.0, dT = -12sec
     93778 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 427). Observations are highly desired
21 Jul  6  9 23 51.0 R     614 K2  5.5  4.9   12-  40     11  74  65S 233 285 242
   R614 = 43 omega 1 Tauri
21 Jul  6 14 28 26.2 r     628WA3  4.9  4.8s  11-  38  38 67 136  77S 247 282 255
   R628 = omega 2 Tauri
       628 is double: AB 4.9 9.6 167" 119.3, dT = +300sec
       628 = NSV 15938, 4.93, range 0.01, V
21 Jul  7  9 21  0   Gr  76871cK0  8.8  7.9    6-  29      7 ** GRAZE: CA 10.7N; Dist.291km in az. 325deg. [Lat = 42.22+0.54(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Jul  7  9 27 36.3 R   76871cK0  8.8  7.9    6-  29      5  65  35N 319   9 323
     76871 is double: ** 9.5 9.5 0.10" 227.0, dT = +0.01sec
     76871 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 859). Observations are highly desired
21 Jul  7  9 37 43.6 r   76872kG5  9.5  9.1    6-  29      7  67  84N 270 321 274
   *** A light curve is desired as   76872 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 247550866}
21 Jul  7 10  1 40.8 r   76882kB9  8.7  8.6    6-  29 -10 11  70  82S 256 309 260
   *** A light curve is desired as   76882 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 247551785}
21 Jul 14  2 34 21.9 d   99317kK0  8.1  7.6   16+  48  -9 20 269  56N  74  21  52
   *** A light curve is desired as   99317 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 248864364}
21 Jul 15  3 54 51.3 d  119008PF8  8.6  8.3   26+  61     10 270  86S 116  64  93
   *** A light curve is highly desired as  119008 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 201853942}
    119008 is double: AB 9.5 14.9 56"  22.0, dT = -6sec
21 Jul 16  3 16 54.1 d  119442kG0  8.5  8.1   35+  73     22 251  69S 133  85 110
   *** A light curve is desired as  119442 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 229095758}
21 Jul 19  2 25 52.3 D    2159 K5  5.2  4.4   69+ 112  -8 34 194  52N  68  56  53
   R2159 = nu Librae
21 Jul 19  2 33 12.2 D    2160pA1  6.4  6.3   69+ 112 -10 33 196  85S 112  98  97
   R2160 = 22 Librae
   *** A light curve is desired as    2160 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 249912861}
      2160 is triple: AB 6.4 13.0 11.8" 273.2, dT = -27sec : AC 6.4 12.9 29.8" 229.1, dT = -33sec
21 Jul 19  3 16 28.6 r    2159 K5  5.2  4.4   69+ 113     30 208 -29N 347 325 333
   R2159 = nu Librae
21 Jul 20  2 22 45.9 d  184093 A2  8.1  8.0   79+ 126  -8 30 178  56N  67  69  57
21 Jul 20  4  6 58.5 d  184141cG3  8.0  7.5   80+ 126     26 204  71S 119  99 110
    184141 is double: AB 8.4 9.4 0.10" 191.9, dT = +0.07sec
    184141 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Jul 23  4 47  0.3 d    2824 K4  7.3  6.5   99+ 167     24 168  89N  62  73  71
21 Jul 25  4 49  6   Gr   3130 K0  5.4  4.8   98- 164     22 ** GRAZE: CA 18.3N; Dist.225km in az. 180deg. [Lat = 37.00-0.00(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 3130 to Terminator = 4.8"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
21 Jul 25  4 51 51   M    3130 K0  5.4  4.8   98- 164     20 141  19N 344  16   2
   R3130 = 33 Capricorni
   Distance of 3130 to Terminator = 3.7"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
21 Jul 25  6 38 13.7 r  190337 K0  7.2  6.6   98- 164     29 166  64S 245 258 265
21 Jul 26  5 13 32.7 r    3276 G0  7.3  7.0   94- 152     19 132  87N 263 300 284
21 Jul 28  5 44 29.4 d    3536cM3  4.4  3.5v  80- 127     17 112 -83S  77 124 100
   R3536 = 30 Piscium (YY)
      3536 is double: ** 5.2 5.2 0.050" 140.0, dT = +0.05sec
      3536 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1092). Observations are highly desired
      3536 = YY Psc, 4.31 to 4.41, V, Type SR
21 Jul 28  6 26 11.6 r  147032 F5  7.8  7.6   80- 127     24 120  51N 290 333 313
21 Jul 28  6 31 32.9 r  147033 K0  7.7  7.0   80- 127     25 121  64N 277 319 300
21 Jul 28  6 53 14.3 R    3536cM3  4.4  3.5v  80- 127     28 126  63S 223 262 246
   R3536 = 30 Piscium (YY)
      3536 is double: ** 5.2 5.2 0.050" 140.0, dT = -0.02sec
      3536 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1092). Observations are highly desired
      3536 = YY Psc, 4.31 to 4.41, V, Type SR
21 Jul 28  8 25 48   m       5cK1  4.6  4.1v  79- 126     41 149 -16S 144 168 167
   R5 = 33 Piscium
         5 is double: AB 5.0 7.5 0.004" 170.7
         5 = BC Psc, 4.61, range 0.08, V, Type RS, Period 72.93 days
21 Jul 28  8 28 45   Gr      5cK1  4.6  4.1v  79- 126     39 ** GRAZE: CA-16.1S; Dist.123km in az. 310deg. [Lat = 40.76+0.93(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Jul 29  7  8 11.5 r  128965 K0  7.6  6.9   71- 115     28 116  54S 213 258 235
21 Jul 29  8 18 45.9 R     106kK0  6.6  5.9   71- 114     39 132  53S 213 248 235
   *** A light curve is desired as     106 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 220194189}
21 Jul 29  8 55 53.9 r  128980kG0  8.5  8.2   71- 114     44 142  54S 214 242 236
   *** A light curve is desired as  128980 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 220197928}
21 Jul 30 10 22  0.3 r     239 F8  8.2  7.9   61- 102 -10 54 154  69S 229 249 249
21 Jul 31  9 40 24.5 r   92895 G5  8.3  7.6   51-  91     48 122  80N 261 304 279
21 Aug  1  7 25 29.2 r     449 K0  7.9  7.3   42-  81     18  85  51S 215 268 229
21 Aug  1 10  6 33.3 r   93283 K3  8.0  7.2   41-  80     48 113  86N 258 306 272
21 Aug  1 11  8 36.4 r     458 G8  7.9  7.5   41-  80  -3 58 131  74S 239 276 253
21 Aug  2  8 27 52.2 r     575pA0  8.0        33-  70     23  84  51S 218 273 229
   *** A light curve is desired as     575 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210716159}
       575 is double: AB 8.03 12.03 0.52" 181.6, dT = -1sec
       575 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Aug  2  8 36  5.1 r   93643kA0  8.3  8.2   33-  70     25  85  54N 293 348 304
   *** A light curve is desired as   93643 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210737487}
21 Aug  2 10 10 10.5 r X 67905p    9.0  8.7   32-  69     43 100  66N 282 336 292
   *** A light curve is desired as X 67905 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210754660}
   X 67905 is double: AB 9.1 13.2 3.2" 321.9, dT = -8sec
   X 67905 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Aug  3  7 33 16.8 r   76692 F5  8.1* 7.8   25-  59      7  68  44S 216 267 222
21 Aug  4  9 35 27.9 R   77276 K0  6.8  6.3   16-  47     21  75  57N 302 357 302
21 Aug  4  9 45 43.8 R     839 B2  5.4  5.4s  16-  47     23  77  56S 235 291 235
   R839 = 121 Tauri
       839 = NSV 16369, 5.38, range 0.06, V
21 Aug  4  9 50 36   m   77304 K2  9.1  8.3   16-  47     24  77  15N 343  40 344
21 Aug  4 10 19 24.3 R   77312 K2  8.0  7.0   16-  47 -11 30  81  63N 296 353 296
21 Aug  4 17 46 54   Gr    882SG8  5.0  4.4   15-  45  66 54 ** GRAZE: CA -0.9S; Dist. 53km in az.  16deg. [Lat = 39.52-0.22(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Aug  5  8 59 14.2 r   78376 A2  9.0  9.0   10-  37      6  63  61S 247 296 242
21 Aug  5  9 44 47.8 r   78413cG0  9.0  8.7   10-  36     14  69  83S 269 322 264
     78413 is double: ** 9.6 9.6 0.10" 210.0, dT = -0.1sec
     78413 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 792). Observations are highly desired
21 Aug  5  9 52 17.7 R   78429 G5  8.3  7.7   10-  36     16  70  48N 318  12 313
21 Aug  5  9 55 56.0 r   78425 K2  9.0  8.5   10-  36     16  71  64S 250 304 246
21 Aug  5 10 29 16.5 r   78443cA3  8.9  8.8    9-  36 -10 22  75  75S 261 317 256
     78443 is double: ** 9.6 9.6 0.10" 225.0, dT = -0.17sec
     78443 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 791). Observations are highly desired
21 Aug  6  9 24 37   Gr   1117cG8  5.0  4.6    5-  25      3 ** GRAZE: CA 17.6N; Dist. 25km in az. 147deg. [Lat = 38.76+0.51(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Aug  6  9 24 54   M    1117cG8  5.0  4.6    5-  25      2  59  18N 357  44 347
   R1117 = 57 Geminorum
      1117 is double: ** 5.9 5.9 0.10"  90.0
      1117 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1358). Observations are highly desired
21 Aug  6  9 39 11.7 r   79340 F7  9.1  8.4    5-  25      4  61  73S 268 316 258
21 Aug  6 10  6 16.7 r X101055     9.7  9.2    5-  25      9  65  59S 254 305 244
21 Aug  6 20 32 29.0 d    1170dG8  3.6  3.1    3-  21  54 43 268 -78S 121  62 110
   R1170 = kappa Geminorum
      1170 is double: AB 3.7 10.0 7.3" 241.0, dT = -9sec
      1170 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Aug  6 21 38  7.8 r    1170dG8  3.6  3.1    3-  21  42 31 278  74S 273 215 261
   R1170 = kappa Geminorum
      1170 is double: AB 3.7 10.0 7.3" 241.0, dT = -13sec
      1170 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Aug 14  1 18  0.0 d    1997PF5  6.9* 6.6   32+  69  -2 29 225  27S 172 138 153
   *** A light curve is highly desired as    1997 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212636554}
      1997 is double: AB 6.8 12.2 8.8" 204.0, dT = +28sec
      1997 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Aug 15  1 36 11.6 d  158831 F0  7.9  7.7   43+  82  -5 29 214  58S 139 112 123
21 Aug 15  2  5 41.8 D  158842 K1  7.2  6.9   44+  83 -10 26 221  24N  41   9  26
21 Aug 15  2 13 42   Gr 158842 K1  7.2  6.9   44+  83 -11 23 ** GRAZE: CA  8.1N; Dist.160km in az.  23deg. [Lat = 40.60-0.34(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Aug 15  2 20 10.3 d  158861 K2  7.8  7.0   44+  83     24 224  64N  81  46  65
21 Aug 15  2 25 24.1 d  158856 K1  8.1  7.5   44+  83     23 225  22N  39   4  24
21 Aug 15  2 45  6.8 d    2122 F2  7.7  7.5   44+  83     20 229  81N  98  60  82
21 Aug 15 22 44 16.1 d    2241WK5  4.8* 3.9s  54+  95  27 27 154  44S 149 171 138
   R2241 = kappa Librae
      2241 is double: AB 4.9 10.5 170" 283.3, dT = -313sec
      2241 = NSV 7200, 4.70 to 4.75, V
21 Aug 16  3  3 35.5 d  183829kK0  7.9  7.3   55+  96     21 219  83S 109  78  99
   *** A light curve is desired as  183829 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 249617858}
21 Aug 16  3  8 29.0 d  183822 M2  7.8  6.9   55+  96     20 220  39S 154 122 143
21 Aug 17  2 25 20.4 d  184646kB8  7.9  7.7V  66+ 109     26 196  59S 128 114 122
   *** A light curve is desired as  184646 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 204022485}
    184646 = HD 151346, 7.91, , Type ACV, Period 2.1797 days, Phase  24%
21 Aug 19  1 20 22.8 d    2740kG8  6.3  5.8   86+ 135  -3 19 152  76S  95 119 101
   *** A light curve is desired as    2740 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 214374897}
21 Aug 22  7 11 38.3 d    3227 K0  6.3  5.8  100+ 174     32 195  54S  44  32  65
   Distance of 3227 to Terminator = 3.8"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
21 Aug 23  3 20 33.6 r    3343pB9  5.7* 5.7   99- 170     17 124  45S 237 279 260
   R3343 = 69 Aquarii
   *** A light curve is desired as    3343 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 206026652}
      3343 is triple: AB 5.7 9.6 20.7" 127.3, dT = +16sec : AC 5.7      63"  35.0, dT = +135sec
   Distance of 3343 to Terminator = 7.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.4"
21 Aug 23  3 44 24.6 d    3349WK5  4.1  3.2s  99- 170     20 128  -5N  17  56  39
   R3349 = tau Aquarii
      3349 is double: AB 4.2 9.9 133" 297.4, dT = +83sec
      3349 = NSV 14329, 3.98 to 4.04, V
21 Aug 23  4 36 17.4 R    3349WK5  4.1  3.2s  99- 169     28 139  81N 290 322 313
   R3349 = tau Aquarii
      3349 is double: AB 4.2 9.9 133" 297.4, dT = -485sec
      3349 = NSV 14329, 3.98 to 4.04, V
   Distance of 3349 to Terminator = 15.4"; to 3km sunlit peak = 5.5"
21 Aug 24  3 49  4.9 r    3484 G5  6.9  6.4   96- 158     18 117  58S 229 274 252
21 Aug 24  5 26 31   Gr   3490 F8  7.2  6.9   96- 158     32 ** GRAZE: CA 22.7N; Dist.118km in az. 315deg. [Lat = 40.52+0.76(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 3490 to Terminator = 14.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 4.3"
21 Aug 24  5 34 30.4 r    3490 F8  7.2  6.9   96- 158     34 139  38N 312 343 335
21 Aug 25  8 48  8.2 R      66 A0  7.1  7.0   91- 145     49 185  83N 260 256 283
21 Aug 26  3 42 34.7 r     170 K4  6.0* 5.2S  85- 135      8  93  72S 234 285 256
   R170 = 33 Ceti
       170 = NSV 422, 7.1 to 9.0, pg, Type LB:
21 Aug 26  7 30 46.2 d     192 A3  5.1  5.1   85- 134     47 139 -77N  59  90  80
   R192 = 89 Piscium
21 Aug 26  8 52 50.3 R     192 A3  5.1  5.1   84- 133     54 170  63S 225 233 246
   R192 = 89 Piscium
21 Aug 27  8 21 29   Gr    300cG5  7.5        77- 122     51 ** GRAZE: CA 18.2N; Dist.269km in az. 312deg. [Lat = 42.63+0.86(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Aug 27  8 34 48.6 R     300cG5  7.5        77- 122     55 142  47N 295 324 314
       300 is double: AB 7.82 9.09 0.20" 157.6, dT = +0.9sec
       300 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Aug 28  6 16 40.5 r   93086 K2  8.1* 7.3   68- 112     28  95  84S 248 301 264
21 Aug 28  9 29 23.9 r     418cF5  8.1* 7.9   68- 111     60 143  30S 194 223 210
       418 is double: AB 8.2 8.3      339.0, dT = 0.00sec
21 Aug 29  7 44 28.2 R     517 K1  6.1* 5.7   59- 100     39  98  62N 285 339 296
21 Aug 29  8 57 15.8 r   93505 A3  8.6* 8.4   58- 100     52 113  50S 217 266 229
21 Aug 29  9 24 22   Gr  93517 A2  8.5  8.3v  58- 100     60 ** GRAZE: CA 18.6N; Dist.297km in az. 136deg. [Lat = 35.32+0.75(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Aug 29  9 30 54   m   93517 A2  8.5  8.3v  58- 100     58 122  18N 329  14 341
     93517 = TAOS 53.00009, 8.48, range 0.00, 6V, Type DSCT, Period 0.048676 days, Phase   4%
21 Aug 29  9 34 56.1 r   93519     8.7* 8.5   58- 100     58 123  41S 208 251 219
21 Aug 29 10  6 49.5 r   93522     8.7  7.9   58-  99     63 135  82N 265 300 277
21 Aug 30  4 58 19.9 r     628WA3  4.9  4.8s  50-  90      1  64  82S 252 301 261
   R628 = omega 2 Tauri
       628 is double: AB 4.9 9.6 167" 119.3, dT = +204sec
       628 = NSV 15938, 4.93, range 0.01, V
21 Aug 30  6 59  6.3 R   76565kF8  7.1  6.8   50-  90     23  81  43N 308   3 315
   *** A light curve is desired as   76565 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210886951}
21 Aug 30  7  4 12.5 R     642pF5  6.8  6.6   50-  89     24  82  84N 267 322 274
   *** A light curve is desired as     642 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210877371}
       642 is double: ** 7.7 7.7 0.10" 353.0, dT = -0.01sec
       642 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 684). Observations are highly desired
21 Aug 30  7  6 23.5 R     646pM0  6.1  5.1S  50-  89     24  82  25S 195 251 203
   *** A light curve is desired as     646 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210862863}
       646 is double: AB 6.21 8.60 1.93" 166.1, dT = -6sec
       646 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       646 = NSV 15956, 5.89, , Type VAR:
21 Aug 30  7 52 15.6 R     651pB8  6.0  6.0v  49-  89     33  89  36S 207 264 215
   *** A light curve is desired as     651 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210873575}
       651 is double: AB 6.0      0.20"   1.0, dT = +0.5sec
       651 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       651 = V1141 Tau, 6. to 6.02, Hp, Type SPB, Period 0.62039 days, Phase  39%
21 Aug 30  8  5 50.2 r   76581kG0  8.5  8.3   49-  89     36  91  85S 256 312 263
   *** A light curve is desired as   76581 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210886626}
21 Aug 30  9 46 29.4 d     665WA*  5.7  5.6   49-  88     55 108 -79N  70 123  78
       665 is double: AB 5.8 11.4 168" 237.5, dT = -444sec
21 Aug 30  9 58 54.6 R   76609PF8  7.4  7.1s  49-  88     57 112  76S 247 298 254
   *** A light curve is highly desired as   76609 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210905159}
     76609 is double: AB 7.4 13.0 11.1" 120.0, dT = +18sec
     76609 = NSV 15988, 7.36 to 7.4, V
21 Aug 30 11 11 25.9 R     665WA*  5.7  5.6   48-  88  -7 69 139  68S 239 273 246
       665 is double: AB 5.8 11.4 168" 237.5, dT = -504sec
21 Aug 31 10  7  7.5 R     789 K0  6.9  6.3   39-  77     51 100  85N 271 329 274
21 Sep  2  7 34 23.1 r   78944SF8  8.1  7.8   22-  56      5  62  79S 267 316 259
     78944 is triple: AB 8.9 9.1 0.22" 158.7, dT = +0.12sec : AB,C 8.1 9.0 22.1"  67.0, dT = +37sec
     78944 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Sep  2  8 42  8.6 R    1068 A2  7.1  7.0   22-  56     17  71  72N 296 350 288
21 Sep  2  8 50 37.1 R   78995 A3  7.4  7.2   22-  56     19  72  89N 279 334 271
21 Sep  2  9  1 35.4 r   79014 G8  7.9  7.4   22-  55     20  74   8S 196 252 188
21 Sep  2  9 16  7.4 R   79004 A2  8.3  8.2   22-  55     23  75  81S 269 325 261
21 Sep  2  9 22 24.8 R   79012 K0  8.1  7.7   22-  55     24  76  77S 266 323 258
21 Sep  2  9 24 27.8 r   79026 G0  8.5  8.2   22-  55     25  76  49N 320  16 312
21 Sep  2  9 34 21.8 R   79025 K2  8.4  7.6   21-  55     27  78  86N 282 339 274
21 Sep  2 10 11 10.7 r X 97581     9.5  9.1   21-  55     33  83  87N 282 340 274
21 Sep  2 10 40 22.1 r   79052 A2  8.8  8.7   21-  55     39  87  80N 288 348 280
21 Sep  3  9 40  1.4 r   79837 K0  9.4* 8.9   14-  44     17  73  74N 301 355 288
21 Sep  3 10  2 46.0 r   79849 G5  9.3  8.8   14-  44     21  76  49S 245 300 232
21 Sep  4  9 51 43.6 r   80490kF8  9.3  9.1    8-  32      9  69  85S 288 339 271
   *** A light curve is desired as   80490 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212087671}
21 Sep  4 10  4 45.4 R   80499 K0  8.2  7.6    8-  32     11  71  83N 300 353 283
21 Sep  4 10 15 37.7 r   80504kK0 10.0  9.4    7-  32     13  72  83N 300 353 283
   *** A light curve is desired as   80504 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212089069}
21 Sep  4 10 39  6   Gr  80526kK0  9.5  8.9    7-  32     18 ** GRAZE: CA 16.1N; Dist.212km in az. 337deg. [Lat = 41.11+0.34(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Sep  4 10 46 16.0 r   80523kA2  9.3  9.2    7-  32     18  76  59N 324  19 307
   *** A light curve is desired as   80523 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212091594}
21 Sep  4 10 47 12.7 R   80514pA*  8.5  8.4    7-  32     19  77  76S 280 334 263
   *** A light curve is desired as   80514 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212082764}
     80514 is double: ** 9.1 9.1 0.10"  87.0, dT = +0.19sec
     80514 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 716). Observations are highly desired
21 Sep  4 10 49 45.0 r   80516cK2  9.3  8.7    7-  31     19  77  53S 256 311 239
     80516 is double: ** 10.1 10.1 0.08" 152.0, dT = +0.04sec
     80516 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1076). Observations are highly desired
21 Sep  4 10 50 32.4 r   80526kK0  9.5  8.9    7-  31 -12 19  77  43N 340  35 323
   *** A light curve is desired as   80526 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212093060}
21 Sep  4 11  2 22.8 R    1334kG5  7.0  6.6    7-  31 -10 21  79  52N 332  27 315
   *** A light curve is desired as    1334 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212091650}
21 Sep  5 10 33 31.8 r    1444 K0  7.8  7.1    3-  20      5  71  80S 293 343 272
21 Sep  9 18 39 22   m    1941 M3  4.7* 3.8s  10+  37  56 38 143  19N  36  64  16
   R1941 = 74 Virginis
      1941 = NSV 6297, 4.68, range 0.07, V
21 Sep  9 18 39 46   Gr   1941 M3  4.7  3.8s  10+  37  57 40 ** GRAZE: CA 18.9N; Dist.114km in az. 218deg. [Lat = 37.73-0.60(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Sep 11  1 32 36.2 d    2087 K3  8.8  8.0   20+  53     13 239  75N  93  49  76
21 Sep 12  1 13 46   m  159309WA2  7.7* 7.5   30+  66  -9 20 223   6N  20 346   7
    159309 is double: CA 7.7 10.9 168" 132.9
21 Sep 12  1 14  9   Gr 159309WA2  7.7  7.5   30+  66  -9 19 ** GRAZE: CA  5.8N; Dist. 29km in az. 185deg. [Lat = 38.77-0.07(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Sep 12  1 53 22.3 d  159329kA*  8.6  8.5   30+  66     14 230  52S 142 102 129
   *** A light curve is desired as  159329 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 249686839}
21 Sep 17  1 24 51.9 d    3012 A7  6.9* 6.8   83+ 131     22 154  20S 140 162 156
21 Sep 17  2 34 15.5 D    3018 G8  6.4  6.0   83+ 132     27 170  78N  58  67  74
21 Sep 18  1 26 30.6 d    3160 F7  6.7  6.5   90+ 144     20 140  51N  25  57  44
   R3160 = 38 Capricorni
21 Sep 18  5 33 58.7 d  190556 K1  7.0  6.4   91+ 145     28 202  66S  87  68 106
21 Sep 18  6 30 50.9 D    3178cA0  6.2  6.1   91+ 146     23 216  64S  89  60 108
      3178 is double:  6.2           350.0, dT = 0.00sec
21 Sep 23 10 58 24.4 R     269SK0  7.0* 6.4   94- 152     39 245  54S 220 174 239
       269 is quadruple: AB 7.2 11.7 17.3" 279.0, dT = -24sec : AD 7.2 11.6 78" 124.1, dT = +21sec : AC 7.2 9.9 126" 227.0, dT = -341sec
21 Sep 24  6 41 28.5 r   92971 F5  8.0  7.8   89- 142     53 129  81N 264 302 281
21 Sep 24  9 21 50.9 r     372 A2  8.4  8.3   89- 141     62 204  49N 296 277 313
21 Sep 25  3 56 55   Gr  93331 K5  7.5  6.6   83- 132     19 ** GRAZE: CA 13.8N; Dist.123km in az. 141deg. [Lat = 37.60+0.63(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Sep 25  3 59 24   m   93331 K5  7.5  6.6   83- 132     19  84  14N 333  26 346
21 Sep 26  5 28  7.5 r   93729kA2  8.0  7.8   75- 120     29  87  71S 240 296 250
   *** A light curve is desired as   93729 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210803834}
21 Sep 26  8 18  8.7 r   76451 K5  8.3  7.5   75- 119     61 121  57N 292 338 301
21 Sep 27  6  9  7   Gr    734 K0  6.6  6.0   66- 109     31 ** GRAZE: CA 15.3N; Dist.142km in az. 138deg. [Lat = 37.30+0.70(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Sep 27  6 12  2   M     734 K0  6.6  6.0   66- 109     30  83  15N 338  36 343
21 Sep 27  8 22 16.8 R   76853KF5  7.5  7.2   66- 108     55 105  69S 243 298 247
   *** A light curve is highly desired as   76853 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 247643791}
21 Sep 27  9 32 23   Gr  76869kA0  8.6  8.5   66- 108     70 ** GRAZE: CA 15.2N; Dist.261km in az. 150deg. [Lat = 36.30+0.46(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Sep 27  9 36  0   m   76869kA0  8.6  8.5   66- 108     68 127  15N 339  22 344
   *** A light curve is desired as   76869 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 247717508}
21 Sep 28  6 14 45.9 r   77485 G5  7.9  7.3   57-  98     23  76  89N 270 326 269
21 Sep 28  6 35 22.6 r   77513 K0  7.5  6.9   57-  98     27  78  50N 308   6 308
21 Sep 28 11 39  9.8 r   77687cA0  8.5        56-  97  -7 77 177  52N 308 311 307
     77687 is double: AB 9.09 9.53 0.10" 108.2, dT = +0.43sec
     77687 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Sep 29  9  7 53.9 r X  9665 K7  8.6  7.8   47-  86     46  92  72S 257 317 251
21 Sep 29 11  4 19   Gr  78744 A0  8.5  8.4   46-  86     68 ** GRAZE: CA  9.1N; Dist.159km in az. 347deg. [Lat = 40.50+0.18(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Sep 29 11 21  8.4 r   78744 A0  8.5  8.4   46-  85 -11 70 125  33N 332  17 326
21 Sep 30  7 39 39.9 r   79521cG2  7.4  7.0   37-  75     20  73  49S 239 294 229
     79521 is double: ** 8.8 8.8 0.050" 350.0, dT = +0.04sec
     79521 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1366). Observations are highly desired
21 Sep 30  8  4 11.2 r   79535 K0  8.3  7.8   37-  75     24  77  32S 223 279 212
21 Sep 30  8 42 51.1 r   79544 F0  8.4  8.2   37-  75     31  82  59S 249 307 239
21 Sep 30 10 57 27.3 R   79610 F8  7.2* 7.0   36-  74     57 104  42S 233 289 222
21 Oct  1 11 34 38.3 r   80288pK5  8.6  8.2v  27-  62  -8 53 103  43N 334  30 318
   *** A light curve is highly desired as   80288 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212159707}
     80288 is double: AB 9.62 9.76 2.69"   0.7, dT = -11sec
     80288 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
     80288 = HO Cnc, 8.73, range 0.03, V, Type BY, Period 5.21 days
21 Oct  2  8 42 41.9 R    1393 G7  6.5* 6.0   19-  52      9  72  21S 223 275 205
21 Oct  2 10 24 23.9 r   80842 F0  8.9  8.7   19-  51     28  87  70S 272 328 253
21 Oct  3  9 48 18.1 r   99062 G5  8.9  8.4   11-  39     10  78  66N 322  14 300
21 Oct  3 11 31 38.5 R   99091DG5  7.3     S  11-  38  -9 29  93  77S 285 339 263
     99091 is double: AB 7.38 10.28 2.32" 227.8, dT = -2.7sec
     99091 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
     99091 = NSV 4836, 9.5 to 12.0, V
21 Oct  4 10 12 10.0 d   99505 K2  7.5  6.8    5-  26      1  78   2N  31  82   8
21 Oct  4 10 17 26   Gr  99505 K2  7.5  6.8    5-  26      3 ** GRAZE: CA 12.5N; Dist. 33km in az. 348deg. [Lat = 39.33+0.17(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Oct  4 10 22 17.3 R   99505 K2  7.5  6.8    5-  26      3  79  23N   9  60 347
21 Oct  4 11 25 42.8 r X 16908wK5  9.9  9.2    5-  26 -11 15  89  57N 336  28 313
   X 16908 is double: AB 10.8 13.8 18.9" 242.3, dT = +3sec
21 Oct 10  1  6 31.0 d    2321 A3  8.2  8.1   17+  48      8 232  19S 172 130 163
21 Oct 11  1 52 11.5 D    2483 K1  7.1  6.5   27+  62      8 228  45N  51  11  48
21 Oct 12  0 38 42.7 D    2650 K3  4.7  3.8   37+  75 -11 21 200  76S 103  86 106
21 Oct 12  1 53  2.1 r    2650 K3  4.7  3.8   38+  76     14 216 -72S 251 220 254
21 Oct 14  4 34 24.9 d    2984cG6  7.1  6.6   61+ 103     12 225  39N  24 346  39
      2984 is double: AB 6.9      0.20" 231.3, dT = -0.5sec
      2984 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Oct 15  4 46 24.9 d  190337 K0  7.2  6.6   71+ 115     20 219  78S  81  49 100
21 Oct 16  4 47 41.9 d    3276 G0  7.3  7.0   80+ 127     29 210  61S  93  69 114
21 Oct 17  3 19 47.6 d    3396 A8  7.7  7.5   88+ 139     39 173  79N  49  55  72
21 Oct 17  8 24 27.1 d    3413pK5  6.1  5.3   89+ 141      9 248  77S  73  26  96
   *** A light curve is desired as    3413 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 245955340}
      3413 is quadruple: AB 6.1 10.9 4.1" 258.4, dT = -9sec : AC 6.1 12.5 31" 223.3, dT = -57sec : AD 6.1 12.9 115" 130.4, dT = +131sec
      3413 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Oct 19  7 24 44.9 D      95SF8  7.0  6.7   98+ 164     41 227  64N  25 351  47
        95 is triple: Aa,Ab 7.8 7.8 0.10" 350.0, dT = +0.24sec : AB 7.0 13.9 55"  45.2, dT = +151sec
        95 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Oct 22  3 35  8.1 r     431 A0  7.8  7.7   98- 162     37 101  77N 273 326 288
21 Oct 22 10 30 39.9 R     450 K3  6.4  5.6   97- 160     42 255  72S 240 189 254
21 Oct 24  8 50 43.6 d     709MB3  4.3     v  88- 139     74 181 -87N  78  77  85
   R709 = tau Tauri
       709 is triple: Aa,Ab 4.3 7.0 0.33" 359.6, dT = +0.2sec : AB 4.2 7.0 63" 214.0, dT = -141sec
       709 has been reported as non-instantaneous (S   455). Observations are highly desired
       709 = HIP 21881, 4.27, range 0.00, 5V, Type VAR, Period 2.95657 days
21 Oct 24 10 20 47.4 R   76720WB3  7.0  7.0   87- 139     65 238  73S 245 199 250
     76720 is double: BA 7.0 4.2 63"  34.0, dT = +168sec
21 Oct 24 10 23 31.9 R X 32222CB3  7.0     v  87- 139     64 239  76S 247 201 253
   X 32222 is double: Ab,Aa 7.0 4.3 0.33" 179.6, dT = -0.39sec
   X 32222 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
   X 32222 = HIP 21881, 4.27, range 0.00, 5V, Type VAR, Period 2.95657 days
21 Oct 24 10 23 31.9 R     709MB3  4.3     v  87- 139     64 239  76S 247 201 253
   R709 = tau Tauri
       709 is triple: Aa,Ab 4.3 7.0 0.33" 359.6, dT = +0.39sec : AB 4.2 7.0 63" 214.0, dT = -162sec
       709 has been reported as non-instantaneous (S   455). Observations are highly desired
       709 = HIP 21881, 4.27, range 0.00, 5V, Type VAR, Period 2.95657 days
21 Oct 24 11 22 43.7 R   76729pB9  6.9  6.9   87- 138     54 255  52S 224 169 230
   *** A light curve is desired as   76729 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 247597352}
     76729 is double: ** 8.6 8.6 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.25sec
     76729 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 313). Observations are highly desired
21 Oct 26  5 59  3.4 r   78250 K4  7.6  6.8   73- 118     34  83  33S 214 273 211
21 Oct 26  7 38 54.1 r   78296 A3  8.3  8.2   73- 117     54  98  80N 281 340 277
21 Oct 26  9 55  5.0 r   78368 K2  8.6* 7.9   72- 117     76 151  74N 288 312 284
21 Oct 27  5 39 13.4 R    1094 A0  7.1  7.1   65- 107     21  74  76N 291 346 282
   R1094 = 49 Geminorum
21 Oct 27  8 45 39.1 r   79273 A2  8.6  8.5   64- 106     56 102  39S 226 284 217
21 Oct 27  8 53  7.6 r   79277cF0  8.1        64- 106     58 103  54N 313  11 304
     79277 is double: AB 8.13 11.07 0.55" 256.9, dT = -1.2sec
     79277 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Oct 27 10 28 35.7 r    1112 A2  8.8  8.6e  63- 105     73 140  62S 249 283 240
      1112 = V0389 Gem, 8.74 to 8.92, V, Type EA, Period 1.04776 days, Phase  58%
21 Oct 27 10 52 28.3 r   79319 K2  7.9  7.3   63- 105     76 157  71N 297 316 287
21 Oct 28 14 13  6.2 r    1251 B9  5.9  5.9   53-  93  16 60 249  51N 322 269 308
   R1251 = lambda Cancri
21 Oct 29  7 31 47.2 r    1348 G5  8.1  7.6   45-  84     21  79  46S 243 298 225
21 Oct 30 10 56 15.0 R    1470 F5  8.1  7.8   33-  71     48 108  81N 302 352 281
21 Oct 30 14 18  1.8 D    1484cA0  3.5  3.5s  32-  70  16 67 198 -89N 111  97  91
   R1484 = eta Leonis
      1484 is double: AB 3.5 8.4 0.10" 239.5, dT = -0.17sec
      1484 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1484 = NSV 4738, 3.46 to 3.60, V
21 Oct 30 15 37 38.2 R    1484cA0  3.5  3.5s  32-  69  27 58 235  69N 313 272 292
   R1484 = eta Leonis
      1484 is double: AB 3.5 8.4 0.10" 239.5, dT = -0.07sec
      1484 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1484 = NSV 4738, 3.46 to 3.60, V
21 Oct 31  8 26 29.9 r   99287pK0  8.4  7.9   25-  59      8  80  74S 279 331 257
   *** A light curve is desired as   99287 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 248892906}
     99287 is double: AB 8.5 9.5 43"  36.9, dT = +39sec
21 Oct 31  9 36 21.3 r   99306kG5  9.0  8.5   24-  59     21  90  77S 283 336 260
   *** A light curve is desired as   99306 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 248886426}
21 Oct 31 10  1 31.7 r   99313 K0  8.5  8.0   24-  59     26  94  87S 292 345 270
21 Oct 31 11 14 32.1 r   99344kA3  8.7  8.5   24-  58     39 107  17N   9  59 347
   *** A light curve is desired as   99344 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 248882858}
21 Oct 31 12 34 21.2 r    1586kK0  7.5  7.0   23-  58  -3 53 127  82N 304 343 281
   *** A light curve is desired as    1586 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 248868430}
21 Nov  1 11 52 59.0 D    1702 M0  4.0* 3.3v  15-  45 -11 33 111 -88S 120 167  97
   R1702 = nu Virginis
      1702 = nu. Vir, 4.1 to 4.16, Hp, Type SRB
21 Nov  1 13  5  9.5 R    1702 M0  4.0* 3.3v  15-  45   3 46 128  85N 303 342 281
   R1702 = nu Virginis
      1702 = nu. Vir, 4.1 to 4.16, Hp, Type SRB
21 Nov  2 10 34 16.8 R  119462KG5  8.1  7.7    8-  33      6  94  49N 340  31 318
   *** A light curve is highly desired as  119462 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 229110376}
21 Nov  3 11 41 34.2 r  139342kA0  7.9  7.8e   3-  19      5 102  58S 269 319 249
   *** A light curve is desired as  139342 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212786799}
    139342 = LU Vir, 7.77 to 8.08, V, Type EB, Period 0.4922405 days, Phase  57%
21 Nov  3 19 37 46.4 D Mercury    -0.8 -0.8    2-  15  31 31 225 -28S 190 147 161
   Mercury contacts: Dark limb 19 37 34; Terminator 19 37 34; Bright limb 19 37 59: diam = 5.5"; %illum = 85.1%; PA bright limb = 118.3
21 Nov  3 20 18 38.5 R Mercury    -0.8 -0.8    2-  15  27 25 234  34S 254 203 223
   Mercury contacts: Dark limb 20 18 26; Terminator 20 18 30; Bright limb 20 18 51: diam = 5.5"; %illum = 85.1%; PA bright limb = 118.3
21 Nov  6 23 43 15.7 d  184652wK4  7.1  6.2    6+  29  -7  8 229  70S 120  80 115
    184652 is double: AB 7.1 12.5 25.9" 127.7, dT = +56sec
21 Nov  7 23 58 33.6 d  185918 K0  8.6  8.2   13+  43 -10 13 219  71N  76  42  76
21 Nov  8  0 46 23.1 d  185943 G5  8.5  8.0   14+  43      6 228  33S 151 111 152
21 Nov  8  0 52  2.1 D    2579 G2  7.4  7.1   14+  43      6 229  76S 108  67 109
21 Nov  9 21  9  6.7 d    2914cG8  4.8  4.4   32+  69  19 20 153  33S 138 161 150
   R2914 = 60 Sagittarii
      2914 is double: ** 5.8 5.8 0.050" 350.0, dT = -0.18sec
      2914 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1589). Observations are highly desired
21 Nov  9 23 47 38   Gr   2925 A1  8.3  8.2   33+  70  -8 25 ** GRAZE: CA  6.1S; Dist.129km in az. 142deg. [Lat = 37.55+0.61(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Nov 10  1 20 21.2 d  188916 K5  8.7  7.8   33+  71     19 211  85S  85  58  98
21 Nov 10  3  8 14.2 d    2939 A9  7.5* 7.2v  34+  71      5 231  86S  83  41  96
      2939 = BD Cap, 7.51 to 7.57, Hp, Type DSCTC, Period 0.160222 days, Phase  50%
21 Nov 11  2 26 58.1 d    3087 A9  7.8  7.6   45+  84     20 215  80N  64  35  81
21 Nov 12 23 36 51.5 d  165327 F0  7.8  7.6   65+ 108  -7 30 145  63S  92 120 115
21 Nov 13  0 34 31.1 d  165339cF8  8.3  8.0   66+ 108     35 160  65S  90 106 113
    165339 is double: ** 8.5 11.3 0.030" 316.0, dT = -0.07sec
    165339 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 693). Observations are highly desired
21 Nov 13 23 32 17.6 D    3484 G5  6.9  6.4   75+ 120  -6 28 130  88N  61  98  84
21 Nov 14  2 13  4.4 D    3490 F8  7.2  6.9   75+ 121     43 176  37N  10  13  33
21 Nov 14 23 26 41.8 d  128734 G5  7.8  7.4   83+ 131  -5 25 116  71N  43  87  65
21 Nov 15  5 49 41.7 D      66 A0  7.1  7.0   84+ 133     36 231  58S  95  57 117
21 Nov 16  1  7  7   M     170 K4  6.0* 5.2S  90+ 143     38 125   8S 144 184 165
   R170 = 33 Ceti
       170 = NSV 422, 7.1 to 9.0, pg, Type LB:
   Distance of 170 to Terminator = 4.8"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
21 Nov 16  1 14 50   Gr    170 K4  6.0  5.2S  90+ 143     38 ** GRAZE: CA  7.4S; Dist.266km in az. 309deg. [Lat = 42.86+0.97(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 170 to Terminator = 8.3"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.2"
21 Nov 16 23 54 24.7 d     281 K2  7.4  6.7   95+ 154 -10 22  98  43S 109 160 128
21 Nov 17  2 17 34.0 d  110238 G0  8.0  7.6   95+ 155     48 127  49N  22  61  41
21 Nov 19  7 35  2.5 D X 66429    10.8 10.7   85E 179     61 233  86U  28 347  40
21 Nov 19  7 38 29.9 d X191045    12.0        81E 179     61 234  82U  28 346  40
21 Nov 19  8  9 10.1 r X191010k   12.0        37E 179     55 244 -47N 258 211 270
   *** A light curve is desired as X191010 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210712613}
21 Nov 19  8 21 53.6 d X191079    12.4        21E 179     53 247  87U 104  55 115
21 Nov 19  8 22 40.0 D X 66547    10.9 10.4   20E 179     53 247  58U  58   9  70
21 Nov 19  8 26 27.6 d X 66565    11.9 11.7   16E 179     53 248  83U  98  49 110
21 Nov 19  8 30 58.7 D X 66538    10.2 10.1   12E 179     52 249  41U  31 341  43
21 Nov 19  8 34  7.7 D   93521 F8  8.7  8.5    9E 179     51 250  85U 102  52 114
21 Nov 19  8 34 18.9 r X191032    12.4         9E 179     51 250  93U 260 209 272
21 Nov 19  8 36 16.9 D X 66582k   11.3 11.2    8E 179     51 250  79U  91  41 103
   *** A light curve is desired as X 66582 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210719550}
21 Nov 19  8 37 21.8 d X 66520    11.6 11.2    7E 179     51 251  34U  14 323  26
21 Nov 19  8 41 48.7 R X 66429    10.8 10.7    5E 179     50 252  70U 288 236 299
21 Nov 19  8 41 56.6 D X 66589    10.6 10.1    5E 179     50 251  89U 108  57 120
21 Nov 19  8 44 20.9 r X191045    12.0         4E 179     49 253  67U 289 237 300
21 Nov 19  8 46 35   d X191069    11.7     v   3E 179     49 253  30U 351 299   2
   X191069 = HAT 259-0002094, 10.55, range 0.01, 6r, Type ROT, Period 10.74324934 days
21 Nov 19  8 53 39   GrX191069    11.7     v   1E 179     47 ** GRAZE: CA 28.9U; Dist. 28km in az. 359deg. [Lat = 39.28+0.02(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Nov 19  8 55 39.3 d X191095k   12.3         1E 179     48 255  77U  80  28  92
   *** A light curve is desired as X191095 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210725265}
21 Nov 19  9  0 44   r X191069    11.7     v   1E 179     46 256  29U 331 278 343
   X191069 = HAT 259-0002094, 10.55, range 0.01, 6r, Type ROT, Period 10.74324934 days
21 Nov 19  9  2 59   grX191074    11.9         1E 179     46 257  26U 341 288 353
21 Nov 19  9  3  0   GrX191074    11.9         1E 179     45 ** GRAZE: CA 26.5U; Dist.  6km in az. 180deg. [Lat = 38.97-0.00(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Nov 19  9  4 41.7 D X 66625k   11.1 10.4    1E 179     46 256  96U 114  61 126
   *** A light curve is desired as X 66625 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210716981}
21 Nov 19  9 10 55   M X  4647kF0 10.4 10.0    1E 179     45 258  28U 342 288 354
   *** A light curve is desired as X  4647 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210740342}
21 Nov 19  9 11  2   GrX  4647kF0 10.4 10.0    1E 179     44 ** GRAZE: CA 28.3U; Dist. 33km in az. 181deg. [Lat = 38.73-0.02(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Nov 19  9 21 54.3 r X 66520    11.6 11.2    4E 179     42 260  33U 308 254 320
21 Nov 19  9 28 54.1 d X191110k   11.9     v   8E 179     41 261  86U  54 359  65
   *** A light curve is desired as X191110 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210736624}
   X191110 = HAT 259-0002549, 10.73, range 0.02, 3r, Type ROT, Period 5.78219471 days
21 Nov 19  9 31  8.1 r X191079    12.4         9E 179     40 261  86U 218 164 230
21 Nov 19  9 31 19.2 d X191117k   11.8         9E 179     41 261  97U  72  18  84
   *** A light curve is desired as X191117 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210732232}
21 Nov 19  9 31 44.8 D X191091p   11.5         9E 179     41 262  54U 360 305  11
   *** A light curve is desired as X191091 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210743560}
   X191091 is double: AB 11.8 16.6 25.1" 221.3, dT = -171sec
21 Nov 19  9 33 50.9 R X 66538    10.2 10.1   11E 179     40 262  41U 291 236 303
21 Nov 19  9 38 41.1 d X191107k   12.2        15E 179     40 263  73U  17 322  29
   *** A light curve is desired as X191107 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210743658}
21 Nov 19  9 39  6.1 r X 66565    11.9 11.7   16E 179     39 263  83U 224 169 236
21 Nov 19  9 42 11   GrX191091p   11.5        19E 179     38 ** GRAZE: CA 54.7U; Dist. 74km in az.   6deg. [Lat = 39.70-0.08(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Nov 19  9 42 18.9 R X 66547    10.9 10.4   19E 179     38 264  57U 264 209 276
21 Nov 19  9 43 53.4 R   93521 F8  8.7  8.5   21E 179     38 264  86U 221 166 233
21 Nov 19  9 45 38   m X 66610k   11.8 11.5   23E 179     38 264  56U 344 289 355
   *** A light curve is desired as X 66610 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210746898}
21 Nov 19  9 46 42.1 R X 66589    10.6 10.1   24E 179     38 264  90U 215 160 227
21 Nov 19  9 46 59   GrX 66610k   11.8 11.5   24E 179     37 ** GRAZE: CA 60.0U; Dist.263km in az. 187deg. [Lat = 36.64-0.09(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Nov 19  9 52 11.1 R X 66582k   11.3 11.2   31E 179     37 265  80U 232 177 244
   *** A light curve is desired as X 66582 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210719550}
21 Nov 19  9 53 15.8 R X191091p   11.5        32E 179     37 266  57U 327 272 339
   *** A light curve is desired as X191091 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210743560}
   X191091 is double: AB 11.8 16.6 25.1" 221.3, dT = +61sec
21 Nov 19  9 55 32   GrX 66673k   10.2  9.7   35E 179     35 ** GRAZE: CA-68.4S; Dist.205km in az.   7deg. [Lat = 40.89-0.10(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Nov 19  9 56 58   M X 66673k   10.2  9.7   37E 179     36 266 -68S 164 109 176
   *** A light curve is desired as X 66673 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210712431}
21 Nov 19 10  0 40.0 d X191136k   11.9        42E 179     35 266   8S  86  31  98
   *** A light curve is desired as X191136 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210731793}
21 Nov 19 10  3 47.0 R X 66625k   11.1 10.4   47E 179     34 267  99U 212 157 223
   *** A light curve is desired as X 66625 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210716981}
21 Nov 19 10  7 43.4 d X191143k   11.8        53E 179     34 268  21S  70  15  82
   *** A light curve is desired as X191143 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210737129}
21 Nov 19 10 11 30.3 d X191124k   11.7        58E 179     33 269  75N  15 319  26
   *** A light curve is desired as X191124 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210747750}
21 Nov 19 10 12 13.5 d X191146k   11.7        59E 179     33 268  27N  62   7  74
   *** A light curve is desired as X191146 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210739651}
21 Nov 19 10 13 16.6 r X191095k   12.3        61E 179     33 269  82U 246 190 257
   *** A light curve is desired as X191095 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210725265}
21 Nov 19 10 13 45.1 d X191147k   12.0        62E 179     33 269  29N  59   4  71
   *** A light curve is desired as X191147 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210740473}
21 Nov 19 10 16 53.7 D X 66755k   11.3 10.6   66E 179     32 269  26N  61   5  73
   *** A light curve is desired as X 66755 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210740492}
21 Nov 19 10 19 47.0 r X191107k   12.2        70E 179     31 270  78U 311 256 323
   *** A light curve is desired as X191107 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210743658}
21 Nov 19 10 23 18.4 d X 66756k   12.0 11.2   75E 179     31 270  38N  46 350  57
   *** A light curve is desired as X 66756 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210744746}
21 Nov 19 10 27 32   GrX191124k   11.7        81E 179     29 ** GRAZE: CA 85.8S; Dist.238km in az.  12deg. [Lat = 41.21-0.16(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Nov 19 10 28  6.2 d X191135k   12.3        82E 179     30 271  66N  15 319  26
   *** A light curve is desired as X191135 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210749642}
21 Nov 19 10 30 41   GrX191141k   12.3        85E 179     28 ** GRAZE: CA-86.6N; Dist. 38km in az.  12deg. [Lat = 39.37-0.16(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Nov 19 10 31  0   m X191141k   12.3        86E 179     29 271 -87N 166 110 177
   *** A light curve is desired as X191141 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210717910}
21 Nov 19 10 32  3.3 D X 66772k   11.4 11.1   87E 179     29 271 -57N 135  79 146
   *** A light curve is desired as X 66772 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210722707}
21 Nov 19 10 32 45.7 d X191151k   11.9     v  88E 179     29 272  47N  31 336  43
   *** A light curve is desired as X191151 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210748304}
   X191151 = HAT 259-0002752, 11.05, range 0.00, 2r, Type ROT, Period 0.11143492 days
21 Nov 20  3 57 19.9 R     631SF0  5.6* 5.5   99- 171     51 104  56N 294 349 302
   R631 = 51 Tauri
       631 is multiple: Aa,Ab 5.6 8.1 0.07"  56.2, dT = +0.16sec : Aa,Ac 5.6      0.30" 133.0, dT = +1.2sec : Aa,Ad 5.6      0.30" 270.0, dT = -1.1sec : AB 5.6 10.4 158"  60.9, dT = +393sec
       631 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 631 to Terminator = 7.9"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.7"
21 Nov 20  4 38 56.5 R     634kA0  5.3  5.4v  99- 171     59 114  34N 316   6 324
   R634 = 56 Tauri (V724)
   *** A light curve is desired as     634 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210924194}
       634 = V0724 Tau, 5.36 to 5.4, V, Type ACV, Period 1.56896 days, Phase  63%
   Distance of 634 to Terminator = 3.7"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
21 Nov 20  8 10 35.8 d     656SA7  4.2  4.1S  99- 170     66 234 -32N  21 338  28
   R656 = kappa Tauri
       656 is multiple: Aa,Ab 5.2 5.2      350.0, dT = -0.6sec : ** 5.2 5.2 0.10" 110.0, dT = +0.01sec : AE 4.2 13.1 147" 268.5, dT = -275sec : A,CD 4.2 10.6 175" 176.4, dT = -789sec
       656 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 327). Observations are highly desired
       656 = NSV 1593, 4.22, , Type DSCT:
21 Nov 20  8 37  0   Gr    656SA7  4.2  4.1S  99- 170     59 ** GRAZE: CA  4.5N; Dist.366km in az. 357deg. [Lat = 42.33+0.05(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 656 to Terminator = 0.3"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
21 Nov 20  9  3 47.8 R     656SA7  4.2  4.1S  99- 170     56 251  41N 308 255 315
   R656 = kappa Tauri
       656 is multiple: Aa,Ab 5.2 5.2      350.0, dT = +0.5sec : ** 5.2 5.2 0.10" 110.0, dT = +0.45sec : AE 4.2 13.1 147" 268.5, dT = -541sec : A,CD 4.2 10.6 175" 176.4, dT = +547sec
       656 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 327). Observations are highly desired
       656 = NSV 1593, 4.22, , Type DSCT:
   Distance of 656 to Terminator = 6.7"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.1"
21 Nov 20  9 14 16.7 R     657pA7  5.3  5.1s  99- 170     54 253  68N 280 226 288
   R657 = 67 Tauri
   *** A light curve is desired as     657 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 210950988}
       657 is quadruple: BF 5.3 13.7 109" 215.7, dT = -148sec : B,CD 5.3 9.5 160" 349.7, dT = -177sec : BA 5.3 4.2 339" 354.0, dT = -297sec
       657 = NSV 1594, 5.26 to 5.29, V, Type DSCT:
   Distance of 657 to Terminator = 13.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 4.2"
21 Nov 21  1 52 13.2 r   76952wK0  7.2  6.6   97- 161     20  75  73N 279 334 283
     76952 is double: AB 7.3 11.2 12.7"  93.5, dT = +29sec
21 Nov 21  6  1 29.5 r   77027 F0  8.0  7.8   97- 159     66 122  80S 252 299 255
21 Nov 21  6 40 53.0 r   77035cF5  8.0        97- 159     72 141  89N 263 296 266
     77035 is double: AB 8.12 9.84 0.60"  29.5, dT = +1.1sec
     77035 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Nov 22  6 16 19.8 r   77932 A5  8.0  8.1   93- 148     61 108  90N 267 322 265
21 Nov 22  8 38 18.0 r   78016 K0  8.1  7.6   92- 148     77 197  80N 277 263 275
21 Nov 22 10 17 58.2 R     932c*6  7.3* 5.6V  92- 147     63 251  72N 286 231 283
   R932 = TU Geminorum
       932 is double: AB 7.9 9.5 0.40" 100.0, dT = +1.2sec
       932 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
       932 = TU Gem, 6.88 to 8.0, V, Type SRB, Period 217. days, Phase  63%
21 Nov 23  2 44 23.7 r    1049 A2  6.8  6.7   88- 139     13  67  48S 230 283 224
21 Nov 23  6 25 24.0 R    1061SF8  6.2* 5.9s  87- 137     54  98  82N 281 340 273
   R1061 = 39 Geminorum
      1061 is triple: Aa,Ab 6.1      0.50" 158.0, dT = +0.8sec : AB 6.1 12.1 34"  67.4, dT = +83sec
      1061 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1061 = NSV 17256, 6.1, range 0.02, V, Type VAR:
21 Nov 23  6 45 27.7 R    1062cB8  6.4* 6.5   87- 137     57 103  55S 238 295 231
   R1062 = 40 Geminorum
      1062 is double: AB 6.4      0.10" 146.1, dT = +0.01sec
      1062 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Nov 23  7 59 40.9 r   78979 G5  8.1  7.6   86- 137     71 125  51N 312 357 304
21 Nov 23  8 26 17.4 r   78998 G5  8.0  7.7e  86- 137     74 141  24S 207 240 199
     78998 = V0369 Gem, 7.95 to 8.12, V, Type EB, Period 0.423061 days, Phase  81%
21 Nov 24  6  1 21.8 r   79753 K1  7.8* 7.2   80- 126     39  88  34S 222 281 210
21 Nov 25 12 56 13.3 r    1330pG5  7.8  7.5   70- 113  -3 59 246  80N 294 244 277
   *** A light curve is desired as    1330 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212109644}
      1330 is double: ** 8.6 8.6 0.10" 115.0, dT = +0.27sec
      1330 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1075). Observations are highly desired
21 Nov 26 11 45 10.2 r   98743 G   8.7  8.4   60- 102     70 183  39N 340 337 320
21 Nov 26 12  3 32.7 R    1435wK0  6.5  5.9   60- 102     69 196  72N 307 294 287
      1435 is double: AB 6.5 12.6 31" 263.8, dT = -65sec
21 Nov 26 13  4 32.4 R    1436 K0  6.8  6.1   60- 101  -2 63 227  70N 309 271 289
21 Nov 28  8 46 56.5 r    1638cA2  8.1  8.0   40-  79     25  98  85N 299 351 277
      1638 is double: ** 9.3 9.3 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.19sec
      1638 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc  83). Observations are highly desired
21 Nov 28 10 34 53.3 R    1647 A2  6.7  6.5   40-  78     44 120  47S 252 295 229
21 Nov 29 11 21 44.7 R  119272 F5  7.6* 7.3   29-  65     40 125  71N 315 354 292
21 Nov 30 10 12  4.5 R  139097 G5  8.3  7.9   20-  53     16 107  86N 299 347 278
21 Nov 30 10 22 11.1 r  139101 G5  9.2  8.9   20-  53     18 108  68N 317   5 296
21 Nov 30 11 39 31.8 r  139120 F5  8.8  8.6   19-  52     30 124  50S 255 296 234
21 Nov 30 11 44 46.9 r    1873 G5  9.0  8.7   19-  52     31 125  82N 303 343 282
21 Nov 30 12 15  8.1 R  139130 F0  7.6  7.4   19-  52 -12 36 132  72S 277 312 255
21 Dec  1 11 24 10   GrX 37082PF0  7.8  7.6   11-  39     16 ** GRAZE: CA  8.9S; Dist. 52km in az. 203deg. [Lat = 38.52-0.33(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Dec  1 11 31 34.5 R X 37082PF0  7.8* 7.6   11-  39     16 117  23S 226 271 207
   *** A light curve is highly desired as X 37082 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212646583}
   X 37082 is double: AB 7.9 10.9 7.1" 180.9, dT = -40sec
   X 37082 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Dec  1 11 32 36   Gr   1996kK5  6.7  5.9   11-  39     18 ** GRAZE: CA  9.2S; Dist. 79km in az. 204deg. [Lat = 38.25-0.35(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Dec  1 11 41 51.4 R    1996kK5  6.7* 5.9   11-  39     18 119  27S 230 273 211
   *** A light curve is desired as    1996 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212645003}
21 Dec  2 11 23 57.0 R  158842 K1  7.2  6.9    5-  25      2 111  59N 320   9 305
21 Dec  2 11 37  0.4 R  158856 K1  8.1  7.5    5-  25      4 113  57N 323  11 307
21 Dec  2 11 52 24.1 R  158861 K2  7.8  7.0    5-  25      7 116  78N 301 348 286
21 Dec  2 12 12 52.8 r X 38600 K2 10.1  9.7    5-  25     10 119  72S 271 316 256
21 Dec  2 12 15 43.7 R    2122 F2  7.7  7.5    5-  25 -12 10 120  88N 291 335 276
21 Dec  8  1 22 23.3 d  189640cG0  8.9  8.5   19+  51     11 227  74S  96  57 111
    189640 is double: AB 8.9 9.1 0.09" 158.0, dT = +0.09sec
    189640 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Dec  8  2  1 38.8 D    3032 A2  7.5  7.5   19+  52      5 234  52S 117  73 133
21 Dec  9  0 38 25.1 D  190556 K1  7.0  6.4   28+  64     26 209  43N  27   3  47
21 Dec  9  1 30 28.2 D    3178cA0  6.2  6.1   29+  65     21 221  46N  30 357  49
      3178 is double:  6.2           350.0, dT = 0.00sec
21 Dec  9  1 59  5.0 d  164610 K0  8.1  7.6   29+  65     17 226  45N  28 352  48
21 Dec 10  0  8 14.1 d    3314 F5  8.7  8.4   39+  77     36 189  16N 355 348  17
21 Dec 10  3  9 21.4 d  165221KG0  7.8  7.5   40+  78     18 233  86N  65  25  87
   *** A light curve is highly desired as  165221 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 206009487}
21 Dec 10  3 21  9.1 d  165227 K0  8.1  7.6   40+  78     16 235  71S  88  46 110
21 Dec 11  1 14  3   m    3450kF0  8.5  8.3   49+  89     40 196  15S 142 130 165
   *** A light curve is desired as    3450 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 245979061}
21 Dec 11  2 56 42.9 D    3458 K0  6.2  5.5   50+  90     31 224  87N  63  30  86
21 Dec 12  1 43 20.9 D      25 G6  7.4  6.9   60+ 101     47 193  66N  42  32  65
21 Dec 13  0 11 21.6 d  109553kA3  8.3  8.1   69+ 113     47 143  51N  26  54  48
   *** A light curve is desired as  109553 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 220240676}
21 Dec 13  6  7 45.4 d  109653kK0  7.2  6.6   71+ 114     22 254  23S 133  84 154
   *** A light curve is desired as  109653 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 220284887}
21 Dec 13  6 18 11   Gr 109653kK0  7.2  6.6   71+ 115     19 ** GRAZE: CA  5.5S; Dist. 78km in az. 170deg. [Lat = 38.32+0.13(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Dec 14  5 38 10.9 D     269SK0  7.0* 6.4   79+ 126     38 245  57S 100  54 119
       269 is quadruple: AB 7.2 11.7 17.3" 279.1, dT = -59sec : AD 7.2 11.6 78" 124.1, dT = +242sec : AC 7.2 9.9 126" 227.0, dT = -263sec
21 Dec 15  1 36 26.7 d   92971 F5  8.0  7.8   86+ 136     56 135  86S  73 107  90
21 Dec 15  4 35 12.3 d     372 A2  8.4  8.3   86+ 136     58 220  71N  51  20  68
21 Dec 15 23 31 22.0 d   93331 K5  7.5  6.6   91+ 146  -7 29  92  70N  52 106  66
21 Dec 16  6 11 48.5 d     482 F0  7.8  7.6   92+ 148     54 243  26N   9 323  23
21 Dec 17  0 25 23.0 D     595cK1  6.8  6.2   96+ 157     33  90  68N  55 111  65
       595 is double: ** 7.6 7.6 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.19sec
       595 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1225). Observations are highly desired
21 Dec 17  3 49 27.0 d   76451 K5  8.3  7.5   96+ 158     69 145  79S  90 119  99
21 Dec 18  1 52  4.8 D     734 K0  6.6  6.0   99+ 168     43  93  83N  80 138  85
   Distance of 734 to Terminator = 18.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 7.7"
21 Dec 18  5 14  0.3 D     742pG8  5.8  5.2   99+ 169     75 167  25N  24  35  29
   R742 = 99 Tauri
   *** A light curve is desired as     742 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 247733919}
       742 is triple: AB 5.8 12.3 6.3"   7.1, dT = +28sec : AC 5.8 13.2 104" 353.0, dT = +407sec
       742 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 742 to Terminator = 2.8"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
21 Dec 18  9 35  6.2 d   76947 K0  7.7  7.0   99+ 171     38 272  77S 105  47 109
   Distance of 76947 to Terminator = 11.6"; to 3km sunlit peak = 2.9"
21 Dec 20 10 37 24   Gr   1046cF8  7.0  6.7   99- 167     44 ** GRAZE: CA 19.0S; Dist.173km in az. 211deg. [Lat = 37.20-0.47(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 1046 to Terminator = 3.7"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
21 Dec 20 10 50  3.8 R    1046cF8  7.0  6.7   99- 167     43 271  43S 215 156 209
      1046 is double: ** 7.8 7.8 0.10"  57.0, dT = +0.6sec
      1046 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 780). Observations are highly desired
   Distance of 1046 to Terminator = 12.2"; to 3km sunlit peak = 3.3"
21 Dec 20 11  4 16   Gr   1049 A2  6.8  6.7   99- 166     39 ** GRAZE: CA 17.9S; Dist.257km in az.  32deg. [Lat = 41.77-0.49(E.Long+94.35)]
   Distance of 1049 to Terminator = 3.5"; to 3km sunlit peak = 0.0"
21 Dec 23  4 49 26.8 r   80764cK2  7.8  7.0v  85- 135     28  85  76S 270 326 251
     80764 is double: ** 7.8 10.7 0.042"  73.0, dT = +0.09sec
     80764 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1108). Observations are highly desired
     80764 = HIP 45747, 7.77, range 0.01, 2V, Type VAR, Period 6.12595 days
21 Dec 23  7 20 29.0 r    1390kG0  7.7* 7.4   85- 134     56 113  89N 284 334 266
   *** A light curve is desired as    1390 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 251341358}
21 Dec 24  3 46 37.1 R    1484cA0  3.5  3.5s  78- 124      5  73  84S 281 332 261
   R1484 = eta Leonis
      1484 is double: AB 3.5 8.4 0.10" 239.1, dT = -0.14sec
      1484 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
      1484 = NSV 4738, 3.46 to 3.60, V
21 Dec 24  6 37 36.3 r   99004 G0  8.3  8.0   77- 123     37  99  57N 321  14 300
21 Dec 24  7 54 51.9 R    1499 K0  7.1  6.4   77- 122     51 115  71S 269 316 248
21 Dec 24 13 21 28.3 r   99091DG5  7.3     S  75- 121  -3 45 250  20N 359 309 337
     99091 is double: AB 7.38 10.28 2.33" 227.7, dT = +6sec
     99091 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
     99091 = NSV 4836, 9.5 to 12.0, V
21 Dec 24 13 23 46.2 R    1514 A1  6.2  6.2s  75- 121  -3 44 251  48S 246 197 225
   R1514 = 42 Leonis
      1514 = NSV 4828, 6.09 to 6.17, V
21 Dec 25  5 49  4.4 R    1598PF5  6.5  6.3   68- 111     16  88  84S 285 337 262
   *** A light curve is highly desired as    1598 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 248842300}
      1598 is double: ** 7.2 7.2 0.10"  90.0, dT = +0.2sec
      1598 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc  85). Observations are highly desired
21 Dec 25 13  8 12.9 r   99474cF8  8.4        66- 109  -5 51 230  72S 274 236 251
     99474 is double: AB 8.59 9.87 0.59" 302.6, dT = -1.5sec
     99474 is a close double. Observations are highly desired
21 Dec 26 13  4 21.2 r  119146cF5  8.4  8.2   56-  97  -6 53 209  19N   4 342 342
    119146 is double: ** 9.4 9.4 0.10" 131.0, dT = +0.27sec
    119146 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc 665). Observations are highly desired
21 Dec 27  9 42 54.6 r  138923 F5  8.0  7.7   46-  86     34 124  48N 335  15 313
21 Dec 28  8  9 16.1 r    1933pK0  7.1  6.6   36-  74      6 103  50N 332  22 312
   *** A light curve is desired as    1933 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 212785873}
      1933 is double: AB 7.1 16.6 49" 316.0, dT = -102sec
21 Dec 28  9  0 41.9 d    1941 M3  4.7* 3.8s  35-  73     15 111 -28N  51  98  31
   R1941 = 74 Virginis
      1941 = NSV 6297, 4.68, range 0.07, V
21 Dec 28  9 11  0   Gr   1941 M3  4.7  3.8s  35-  73     17 ** GRAZE: CA -9.6N; Dist. 96km in az.  20deg. [Lat = 39.94-0.28(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Dec 28  9 13 48.8 R    1937WF2  6.1  5.9   35-  73     17 114  71S 273 319 253
   R1937 = 72 Virginis
      1937 is double: AB 6.1 10.7 30"  16.7, dT = +16sec
21 Dec 28  9 20 55.8 R    1941 M3  4.7* 3.8s  35-  73     18 115   9N  13  59 353
   R1941 = 74 Virginis
      1941 = NSV 6297, 4.68, range 0.07, V
21 Dec 28 11 54 19.6 r  139423 K2  8.2  7.6   34-  72     39 150  52N 330 353 310
21 Dec 29 10  4  8.7 r  158545 M*  8.6  7.8s  25-  60     13 118  56N 323   8 306
    158545 = NSV 20097, 8.66 to 8.73, Hp
21 Dec 29 11 36 18.4 r  158567cK3  9.3  8.6   24-  59     27 137  74N 305 338 288
    158567 is double: ** 9.9 10.3 0.029" 270.0, dT = -0.05sec
    158567 has been reported as non-instantaneous (OCc1761). Observations are highly desired
21 Dec 29 11 56 59   Gr   2070 F5  6.7  6.4   24-  59     31 ** GRAZE: CA 15.6S; Dist.103km in az. 219deg. [Lat = 37.82-0.64(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Dec 29 11 57 36   Gr 158576 K2  8.9  8.3   24-  59     29 ** GRAZE: CA 15.1S; Dist.100km in az.  39deg. [Lat = 40.18-0.63(E.Long+94.35)]
21 Dec 29 12  8 20.4 R    2070 F5  6.7  6.4   24-  59     30 144  35S 234 262 217
21 Dec 30 10 29 35.9 R    2192 G8  6.2  5.6   15-  46      4 118  74S 269 316 256
   R2192 = 28 Librae
21 Dec 30 10 40 57.2 r  159194 K0  8.5  8.0   15-  46      6 120  73S 267 313 254
21 Dec 30 11  7 25.3 r  159202 F6  8.9  8.6   15-  45     10 124  90S 284 327 271
21 Dec 30 12 14 16.3 r  159243kM0  9.5  8.7   15-  45     20 136  47N 327   2 314
   *** A light curve is desired as  159243 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 249763944}
21 Dec 30 12 48 26.0 R    2205 A1  7.7  7.7   14-  45  -9 24 144  46N 328 357 316
21 Dec 31 11 37 57.9 r  184366KF6  8.0  7.8    7-  31      3 122  54N 313 359 306
   *** A light curve is highly desired as  184366 is in the Kepler2 program {ID = 204356572}





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