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Double Stars in Dorado
The Goldfish
Here is a listing of the 14 or so best doubles in Dorado.
The star name contains a link so you may click there to see more detailed information about this double star.
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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
FIN 87 233476 0.6 133 6.0 9.0 04:18.6 -52:51 F5    
RMK 4 233506 5.9 242 7.0 7.5 04:24.2 -57:04 G0   NGC 1574 within field
SLR 6 233512 1.0 99 7.0 9.0 04:25.5 -53:06 F0    
HJ 3683 233622 2.3 91 7.0 7.5 04:40.2 -58:56 G5    
HJ 3686 249080 7.3 220 8.5 8.5 04:41.6 -61:13 A0    
CP 4 249108 2.8 40 7.0 9.0 04:47.6 -61:28 F0    
I 342 233697 2.1 148 8.0 8.5 04:49.6 -53:53 G5    
HJ 3755 249240 21.7 280 7.5 12.0 05:18.2 -61:56 K0    
I 276 249281 1.2 172 6.5 7.0 05:27.0 -68:37 F0    
L 1922 249297 9.2 68 6.5 12.0 05:30.0 -63:55 F0   On the edge of LMC
MH 16   0.5 213 9.0 10.0 05:38.7 -69:06 O7   Within NGC 2070 in the LMC
I 745 249339 0.8 251 7.5 10.5 05:42.6 -67:08 F8    
SLR 15 249381 0.2 286 7.5 8.0 05:53.3 -61:49 A0    
DUN 26 249477 20.9 117 7.0 8.5 06:12.2 -65:31 F5/G0 ***  

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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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