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Double Stars in Triangulum Australe
The Southern Triangle
Here is a listing of the 13 or so best doubles in Triangulum Australe.
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
T TRA 253029 41.3 41 7.0 10.0 15:09.6 -68:43 A0   Third component sep 55.0, pa 311 mag 11
I 332 253115 1.1 107 6.5 9.0 15:20.6 -67:28 B3    
I 240 253221 2.4 190 7.0 10.5 15:36.2 -65:06 B9    
B 842 253248 0.6 263 7.5 8.5 15:40.4 -63:50 A0    
RMK 20 253297 1.9 149 6.5 6.5 15:48.2 -65:26 A5    
HJ 4809 253344 1.2 97 6.5 8.5 15:54.9 -60:44 B8    
B 854 253362 9.7 284 6.0 12.0 15:58.9 -65:02 B8    
R 275   3.8 349 8.5 9.0 16:19.3 -64:34 A0    
IOTA TRA 253555 19.6 16 5.5 10.0 16:28.0 -64:02 F4    
I 336 253588 1.2 198 8.0 8.5 16:31.8 -62:16 B9    
DUN 203 253596 27.4 262 8.5 8.5 16:33.1 -60:54 A0/F2   Optical pair, not a true double.
RST 5063 253687 1.4 147 7.0 12.5 16:45.9 -61:40 A0    
HIP 82488   7.0 205 8.5 8.5 16:51.5 -67:34 G5    

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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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