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Double Stars in Lacerta
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Here is a listing of the 40 or so best doubles in Lacerta.
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
HO 175 51552 1.1 308 7.0 10.0 22:00.9 +43:38 A5    
BU 694 51595 66.8 309 6.0 10.0 22:02.9 +44:38 B4    
STT 462 72040 1.1 320 7.0 9.0 22:07.0 +36:05 A3    
HJ 1735 51698 27.1 110 7.0 8.5 22:09.2 +44:50 B9   B is also a binary sep 22.7, PA 164 mags 8.5/11
SAO 51728 51728 22.1 308 7.0 9.5 22:10.6 +47:54 F5 ***  
HJ 1741   27.6 303 6.0 11.0 22:11.1 +50:49 A2   Carbon Star SAO 34142 in field
STF 2876 72119 12.2 68 7.5 9.0 22:12.0 +37:39 F8    
STT 465   14.8 322 7.0 10.0 22:12.0 +50:11 F0    
STF 2882 72159 3.6 328 9.0 9.0 22:14.2 +37:44 F5    
STF 2886 51799 20.3 109 7.5 9.5 22:14.8 +49:21 F8    
HO 614   4.7 175 7.5 10.0 22:15.0 +51:28 A0    
STF 2890 51807 9.4 11 8.5 8.5 22:15.2 +49:52 A0   Within NGC 7243
HO 180 51815 0.7 233 7.0 7.0 22:15.8 +43:53 B9   Carbon star SAO 51806 in field
STF 2891   13.0 309 8.0 9.0 22:16.4 +47:58 A0    
SAO 51844 51844 21.2 292 7.0 12.0 22:17.4 +49:08 K0 ***  
STF 2894   15.8 194 6.0 8.0 22:18.9 +37:46 F2    
2 LACERTAE 51904 48.1 9 4.5 11.0 22:21.1 +46:32 B6    
HJ 1756   22.1 286 6.5 10.5 22:21.9 +40:40 K2 ***  
STF 2902 51957 6.4 90 7.0 8.0 22:23.5 +45:21 G5    
STF 2906   4.2 3 7.0 11.0 22:26.7 +37:26 B3    
BU 380   36.2 135 7.5 8.0 22:26.9 +49:42 A1    
SAO 52028 52028 7.9 228 6.5 13.0 22:28.1 +44:06 K5 *** Primary is a Carbon Star
STT 472   14.2 6 7.0 11.5 22:29.9 +52:24 G5    
STF 2917 34534 4.9 71 8.0 8.0 22:30.6 +53:31 F0    
STF 2918 34541 1.4 246 8.0 10.0 22:31.2 +50:53 A2    
STF 2916 52101 44.8 336 7.5 9.0 22:31.3 +41:12 K2 ***  
ALPHA LACERTAE 34542 36.3 294 4.0 12.0 22:31.3 +50:16 A2    
SAO 72446 72446 42.5 158 6.0 10.0 22:32.4 +39:46 A3    
SAO 34577 34577 7.2 169 8.0 8.0 22:34.2 +54:05 B9    
8 LACERTAE 72508 22.3 186 6.0 6.5 22:35.8 +39:38 A1/B2 *** nice group
STT 475   15.4 725 7.0 11.0 22:39.1 +37:22 B3 ***  
10 LACERTAE 72575 62.1 49 5.5 9.0 22:39.2 +39:03 G5 *** primary is a very close pair also
SAO 34718 34718 5.7 243 7.5 10.0 22:42.4 +54:14 B9    
13 LACERTAE 52317 14.7 129 5.5 11.0 22:44.0 +41:48 K0 ***  
STF 2942   2.9 273 7.0 9.0 22:44.1 +39:27 K5 ***  
HJ 1823 52432 19.2 262 6.5 7.5 22:51.8 +41:18 G5    
15 LACERTAE 52436 25.7 144 5.0 11.0 22:52.1 +43:18 M0 *** Primary is a Carbon Star. Carbon Star SAO 52424 within view.
BU 382 52465 28.0 356 6.0 10.5 22:53.6 +44:44 A4    
16 LACERTAE 52512 62.7 48 5.0 9.0 22:56.4 +41:36 B2    
BU 452   6.7 256 7.0 11.0 22:57.5 +43:01 K5 ***  

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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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