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Double Stars in Chamaeleon
The Chameleon
Here is a listing of the 11 or so best doubles in Chamaeleon.
The star name contains a link so you may click there to see more detailed information about this double star.
Some entries may return multiple stars, click on the one of interest and the information will be displayed.
If more than one entry is listed click on each of them to view the data. Use the Aladin Previewer to see a photograph of the star.
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Name SAO Sep PA Mag1 Mag2 RA Dec Spect Color Comments
HJ 4109 256507 26.1 128 7.0 8.5 08:22.8 -76:25 A2    
I 288 256586 0.6 267 8.0 8.0 09:06.6 -74:45 A0    
HJ 4214 256606 9.2 193 8.0 8.5 09:19.5 -77:38 G5 ***  
HJ 5444   41.9 235 7.0 9.0 10:31.9 -81:55 B8    
DELTA(1) 258592 0.6 76 6.0 6.5 10:45.3 -80:27 G8 ***  
I 212 258599 0.7 183 7.5 7.5 10:59.3 -81:33 F5    
HJ 4440 256842 22.4 162 7.5 12.0 11:27.3 -78:30 K0    
I 893 258628 1.1 118 7.5 9.5 11:57.2 -80:29 A0    
ETA CHA 256543 0.9 188 5.5 6.0 11:59.6 -78:13 B9    
HJ 4566 257011 30.5 229 6.5 13.0 13:08.1 -78:28 A0    
HJ 4590 257060 22.4 134 6.0 9.5 13:33.4 -77:34 F5 ***  

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Some information gathered from Burgham's Celestial Handbooks and converted to J2000, other from my own observations.
Page 2003 Kevin Muenzler, Eagle Creek Observatory.