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Double Stars in Corvus
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Here is a listing of the 13 or so best doubles in Corvus.
The star name contains a link so you may click there to see more detailed information about this double star.
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Name SAO Sep PA Mag1 Mag2 RA Dec Spect Color Comments
BU 1079 180374 11.7 148 6.0 13.0 12:00.7 -21:50 K0    
BU 412   2.0 160 8.0 8.5 12:08.4 -18:34 F2    
STF 1604 157112 10.0 91 6.5 9.0 12:09.4 -11:51 G0 *** Third star at 18.5", PA 73 Mag 9 Nice yellow/blue set
S 634 157133 5.4 291 7.0 8.0 12:10.4 -16:47 G5    
BU 920 180619 1.4 292 7.0 8.0 12:15.8 -23:21 F5    
BU 921   3.4 219 7.5 11.0 12:17.9 -24:00 B9    
ZETA CRV 180700 11.2 66 5.0 13.0 12:20.6 -22:12 B8    
ADS 8524   5.2 150 8.5 8.5 12:21.5 -24:13 A3 *** Red/White pair
DELTA CRV 157323 24.2 214 3.0 8.5 12:29.9 -16:30 A0    
BU 28 157326 1.2 300 6.5 10.0 12:30.1 -13:23 F8    
STF 1669   5.4 309 6.0 6.0 12:41.3 -13:00 F6    
HU 738 157473 9.0 1 259.0 6.5 12:43.8 -12:00 11K0    
S 643 157579 23.4 294 7.5 9.0 12:53.9 -18:02 A0/A2    

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Some information gathered from Burgham's Celestial Handbooks and converted to J2000, other from my own observations.
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