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Last update: 2018-06-17

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- Double Stars -

And (7) Cam (2) Com (1) Dra (1) LMi (4) Per (1)
Aql (3) Cas (11) CVn (2) Gem (2) Oph (1) Psc (1)
Ari (4) Cep (3) Cyg (4) Her (2) Ori (7) Tau (5)
Boo (2) CMa (1) Del (2) Leo (1) Peg (4) UMa (3)

1 Ari (**)

Name: 1 Ari, STF174
Type: **
Constellation: Ari
Coordinates: 01h50m08.60s / +22°16'29.50"
Components: v6.3 mag / v7.2 mag / 2.9" / 165° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 44x, Bortle 7+, SQM-L 18.8
Very nice view. Both components appeared similar in brightness.

8" f/6, 100x, Bortle 4, NELM 5.9+, SQM-L 21.0
SQM-L 20.8: Nice double star with big difference in brightness.

15 Aql (**)

Name: 15 Aql, SHJ286
Type: **
Constellation: Aql
Coordinates: 19h04m57.67s / -04°01'53.10"
Components: v5.5 mag / v7.0 mag / 39.7" / 210° / 2016
8" f/6, 37x, Bortle 5-, SQM-L 20.4
SQM-L 19.9: Easy to split, evident. Both components appeared slightly orange colored.

24 Com (**)

Name: 24 Com, STF1657
Type: **
Constellation: Com
Coordinates: 12h35m07.76s / +18°22'37.40"
Components: v5.1 mag / v6.3 mag / 20.4" / 272° / 2016
8" f/6, 60x, Bortle 4, NELM 6.0, SQM-L 21.0
Well split with obvious difference in brightness. Fainter component appeared blueish, the brighter one slightly orange.

30 Cyg (**)

Name: 30 Cyg, STFA50
Type: **
Constellation: Cyg
Coordinates: 20h13m37.90s / +46°44'28.80"
Components: AD / v3.9 mag / v4.8 mag / 336.7" / 322° / 2016
The two components are 30 and 31 Cyg (omicron 1 Cyg).

B 40mm, 8x, Bortle 6-, NELM 5.0
Wonderful double star for binoculars. Large distance of the components, brighter once (31 Cyg) appeared slightly orange, the fainter (Cyg 30) more blueish.

30 Cyg (**)

Name: 30 Cyg, STFA50
Type: **
Constellation: Cyg
Coordinates: 20h13m37.90s / +46°44'28.80"
Components: AC / v3.9 mag / v7.0 mag / 108.6" / 173° / 2016
Brighter component is 31 Cyg (omicron 1 Cyg).

B 40mm, 8x, Bortle 7, NELM 5.0, SQM-L 18.6
Observation at full moon. Easily split with big difference in brightness. Brighter component slightly orange. C-component rather faint.

80mm f/6.25, 25x, Bortle 7, NELM 5.0, SQM-L 18.6
Similar to the observation with binoculars. C-component appeared blueish and gave good contrast to the orange colored 31 Cyg.

41 Lyn (**)

Name: 41 Lyn, S598
Type: **
Constellation: UMa
Coordinates: 09h28m39.99s / +45°36'06.50"
Components: AB / v5.5 mag / v7.8 mag / 69.9" / 161° / 2015
This star has the designation 41 Lyn but is assigned to UMa. At the time, when Flamsteed numbered the stars, the constellation boundaries were not exactly defined. Another example is 10 UMa, which is located in Lyn today.

B 40mm, 8x, Bortle 7, NELM 5.0, SQM-L 19.2
Fairly well split with fainter component.

59 And (**)

Name: 59 And, STF222
Type: **
Constellation: And
Coordinates: 02h10m52.83s / +39°02'22.40"
Components: v6.0 mag / v6.7 mag / 16.6" / 37° / 2016
120mm f/5, 18x, Bortle 6, SQM-L 19.3
Well split with noticeable difference in brightness.

8" f/6, 100x, Bortle 4, NELM 6.0, SQM-L 20.9
SQM-L 20.4: Nice and evident double star, easy to split. About 12 arcminutes NE there is NGC828 (v12.3m),

70 Oph (**)

Name: 70 Oph, P Oph, STF2272
Type: **
Constellation: Oph
Coordinates: 18h05m27.37s / +02°29'59.30"
Components: AB / v4.2 mag / v6.2 mag / 6.6" / 124° / 2016
8" f/6, 80x, Bortle 5, SQM-L 20.7
SQM-L 20.1: Well split at 80x. Brighter component appeared white, fainter one slightly orange.

100 Her (**)

Name: 100 Her, STF2280
Type: **
Constellation: Her
Coordinates: 18h07m49.56s / +26°06'04.40"
Components: AB / v5.8 mag / v5.8 mag / 14.4" / 183° / 2016
120mm f/5, 40x, Bortle 5+, SQM-L 20.8
SQM-L 20.5: Very nice, evident double star with equally bright components.

alpha CVn (**)

Name: alpha CVn, 12 CVn, Cor Caroli, STF1692
Type: **
Constellation: CVn
Coordinates: 12h56m01.67s / +38°19'06.20"
Components: AB / v2.9 mag / v5.5 mag / 20.0" / 229° / 2016
4.5" f/8, 28x, Bortle 6, NELM 5.3, SQM-L 19.7
Well split with big difference in brightness.

beta Cyg (**)

Name: beta Cyg, 6 Cyg, Albireo, STFA43
Type: **
Constellation: Cyg
Coordinates: 19h30m43.29s / +27°57'34.90"
Components: AB / v3.2 mag / v4.7 mag / 34.7" / 54° / 2016
B 40mm, 8x, Bortle 5, NELM 5.5
Well split, but I didn't recognised any color.

80mm f/6.25, 25x
One of the most beautiful double stars in the northern hemisphere. Differences in brightness and color (orange-blue) are brilliant! Even under urban conditions with small aperture an enjoyment!

BU1 (**)

Name: BU1
Type: **
Constellation: Cas
Coordinates: 00h52m49.22s / +56°37'39.50"
Components: AC / v8.6 mag / v8.9 mag / 3.9" / 135° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 57x, Bortle 7
Easy to split with little difference in brightness.

BU1 (**)

Name: BU1
Type: **
Constellation: Cas
Coordinates: 00h52m49.22s / +56°37'39.50"
Components: AD / v8.6 mag / v9.7 mag / 9.0" / 195° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 57x, Bortle 7
Relatively large angular distance with obviously fainter component.

delta Cep (**)

Name: delta Cep, STFA58
Type: **
Constellation: Cep
Coordinates: 22h29m10.25s / +58°24'54.70"
Components: AC / v4.2 mag / v6.1 mag / 40.9" / 192° / 2016
80mm f/6.25, 25x
Obvious difference in brightness and color. Brighter component slightly orange, weaker blueish. Seems to be little brother of Albireo ;)

epsilon Boo (**)

Name: epsilon Boo, STF1877, Izar
Type: **
Constellation: Boo
Coordinates: 14h44m59.14s / +27°04'29.90"
Components: AB / v2.6 mag / v4.8 mag / 2.9" / 343° / 2015
60mm f/10, 192x, Bortle 6-, SQM-L 19.1
Easy to split, whereby the much fainter component lies on the first diffraction ring of the main component. The main component itself appeared slight yellowish.

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120mm f/5, 192x, Bortle 4, SQM-L 21.3
At 85x the fainter component was easily visible but not separated. At 192x well split. The fainter component was almost on the first diffraction ring of the main component. Quite big difference in brightness. I did not looked at the color of the components.

ES4 (**)

Name: ES4
Type: **
Constellation: And
Coordinates: 01h31m05.02s / +43°37'14.60"
Components: v8.1 mag / v9.1 mag / 2.8" / 101° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 128x
Not split. I probably didn't recognised the fainter component. The angular distance shouldn't be a problem.

eta Cas (**)

Name: eta Cas, 24 Cas, STF60
Type: **
Constellation: Cas
Coordinates: 00h49m06.29s / +57°48'54.70"
Components: AB / v3.5 mag / v7.4 mag / 12.9" / 324° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 57x
Easy to split with big difference in brightness. Fainter component appeared deep orange to slightly red colored, brighter component tends to be more slightly yellowish.

gamma Ari (**)

Name: gamma Ari, STF180
Type: **
Constellation: Ari
Coordinates: 01h53m31.76s / +19°17'38.60"
Components: AB / v4.5 mag / v4.6 mag / 7.4" / 1° / 2016
8" f/6, 80x, Bortle 3-, SQM-L 21.3
Nice, obvious double star. Both components have similar brightness and appeared white.

H5 82 (**)

Name: H5 82
Type: **
Constellation: Cas
Coordinates: 00h47m24.62s / +51°05'45.90"
Components: AB / v8.0 mag / v8.3 mag / 56.4" / 75° / 2015
70mm f/5.7, 26x, Bortle 7
Almost equally bright components with large angular distance.

HJ3945 (**)

Name: HJ3945
Type: **
Constellation: CMa
Coordinates: 07h16m36.84s / -23°18'56.10"
Components: AB / v5.0 mag / v5.8 mag / 26.4" / 52° / 2008
120mm f/5, 23x
Evident, easy to split at large angular distance. Brighter component appeared very orange, fainter one blueish.

IC5006 (**)

DSS
© DSS II (red) - 5×5'
Name: IC5006
Type: **
Constellation: Aql
Coordinates: 20h23m47.00s / +06°26'55.00"
Components: v14.5 mag / v15.1 mag / 6.0" / 210.0° / -
8" f/6, 150x, Bortle 4, NELM 5.7+, SQM-L 20.9
NELM 5.4+, SQM-L 20.6: I saw this 'double star' with averted vision just as a faint, stellar brightening.
MODERATE

mu Boo (**)

Name: mu Boo, 51 Boo, STFA28
Type: **
Constellation: Boo
Coordinates: 15h24m29.54s / +37°22'37.10"
Components: AB / v4.3 mag / v7.1 mag / 109.0" / 171° / 2016
B 40mm, 8x, Bortle 7, NELM 5.0, SQM-L 19.2
Easily split with obvious difference in brightness.

mu Cyg (**)

Name: mu Cyg, 78 Cyg, STF2822
Type: **
Constellation: Cyg
Coordinates: 21h44m08.57s / +28°44'33.40"
Components: AB / v4.8 mag / v6.2 mag / 1.8" / 321° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 128x
At 128x I was able to see this double at least elongated.

8" f/6, 171x, Bortle 5, NELM 5.7, SQM-L 20.6
Quite well split with noticeable fainter component.

NGC6933 (**)

DSS
© DSS II (blue) - 5×5'
Name: NGC6933
Type: **
Constellation: Del
Coordinates: 20h33m38.50s / +07°23'25.00"
Components: v10.8 mag / v12.5 mag / 30.0" / 215.0° / -
I guess it is just an optical double star. At least I could not find any entry in the 'Washington Double Star Catalog' (WDS). Located west of the globular cluster NGC6935 in an angular distance of less than 10 arcminutes.

8" f/6, 80x, Bortle 4, NELM 5.7+, SQM-L 20.9
NELM 5.4+, SQM-L 20.6: Easily split, but rather unspectacular. Just for completeness ;-)
EASY

STF33 (**)

Name: STF33
Type: **
Constellation: And
Coordinates: 00h30m58.47s / +34°05'53.90"
Components: v8.8 mag / v8.9 mag / 2.8" / 213° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 128x, Bortle 4-, SQM-L 20.9
Components equally bright, easy to split.

STF55 (**)

Name: STF55
Type: **
Constellation: And
Coordinates: 00h44m22.95s / +33°37'05.60"
Components: v8.3 mag / v8.9 mag / 2.3" / 331° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 128x, Bortle 7+, SQM-L 18.8
Well split with noticeable difference in brightness.

STF59 (**)

Name: STF59
Type: **
Constellation: Cas
Coordinates: 00h47m59.03s / +51°26'41.20"
Components: AB / v7.2 mag / v8.1 mag / 2.3" / 148° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 100x, Bortle 7
At 57x elongated, at 100x barely, at 128x clearly split with noticeable difference in brightness.

STF65 (**)

Name: STF65
Type: **
Constellation: Cas
Coordinates: 00h52m45.61s / +68°51'59.30"
Components: v8.0 mag / v8.0 mag / 3.2" / 220° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 57x, Bortle 7
Clearly split with equally bright components.

STF105 (**)

Name: STF105
Type: **
Constellation: Cas
Coordinates: 01h18m57.50s / +66°09'28.00"
Components: AB / v8.8 mag / v9.8 mag / 3.0" / 185° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 100x, Bortle 7
Clearly split with visible difference in brightness.

STF108 (**)

Name: STF108
Type: **
Constellation: And
Coordinates: 01h18m47.00s / +37°23'10.60"
Components: v6.5 mag / v9.6 mag / 6.4" / 64° / 2007
120mm f/5, 75x, Bortle 6, SQM-L 19.1
Easily split with big difference in brightness.

STF162 (**)

Name: STF162
Type: **
Constellation: Per
Coordinates: 01h49m15.47s / +47°53'47.10"
Components: AB / v6.5 mag / v7.2 mag / 1.9" / 199° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 100x
At 100x party split, otherwise '8'-shaped. At 128x clearly split. Difference in brightness noticeable.

STF163 (**)

Name: STF163
Type: **
Constellation: Cas
Coordinates: 01h51m16.93s / +64°51'17.90"
Components: AB / v6.8 mag / v9.1 mag / 34.5" / 38° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 20x, Bortle 7+, SQM-L 18.8
Easily split at 20x. From 44x the brighter component was orange colored, the fainter one tends to be more blueish.

STF170 (**)

Name: STF170
Type: **
Constellation: Cas
Coordinates: 01h55m27.35s / +76°13'28.40"
Components: v7.5 mag / v8.2 mag / 3.2" / 244° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 57x, Bortle 7
At 57x barely split with noticeable difference in brightness. At 128x easy split.

STF178 (**)

Name: STF178
Type: **
Constellation: Ari
Coordinates: 01h52m02.54s / +10°48'38.10"
Components: v8.2 mag / v8.2 mag / 3.0" / 206° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 100x, Bortle 7+, SQM-L 18.8
Split with equally bright components.

STF182 (**)

Name: STF182
Type: **
Constellation: Cas
Coordinates: 01h56m23.56s / +61°16'52.00"
Components: AB / v8.3 mag / v8.3 mag / 3.6" / 125° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 57x, Bortle 7
At 44x almost split. At 57x equally bright components visible.

STF212 (**)

Name: STF212
Type: **
Constellation: Ari
Coordinates: 02h06m14.96s / +25°06'31.00"
Components: v8.3 mag / v8.7 mag / 1.9" / 160° / 2015
70mm f/5.7, 128x, Bortle 7+, SQM-L 18.8
Barely split with slight difference in brightness.

STF245 (**)

Name: STF245
Type: **
Constellation: And
Coordinates: 02h18m36.27s / +40°16'43.70"
Components: AB / v7.3 mag / v8.0 mag / 11.0" / 294° / 2015
120mm f/5, 50x, Bortle 6, SQM-L 19.3
Both components well seen with noticeable difference in brightness.

STF401 (**)

Name: STF401
Type: **
Constellation: Tau
Coordinates: 03h31m20.76s / +27°34'18.50"
Components: AB / v6.6 mag / v6.9 mag / 11.4" / 269° / 2016
120mm f/5, 18x, Bortle 6-, NELM 4.8+, SQM-L 19.1
Barely split at 18x. At 40x difference in brightness is visible. Nice view together with the double star STFA7 located northwest.

STF427 (**)

Name: STF427, V1268 Tau
Type: **
Constellation: Tau
Coordinates: 03h40m38.77s / +28°46'24.00"
Components: v7.4 mag / v7.8 mag / 7.0" / 207° / 2016
120mm f/5, 40x, Bortle 6-, NELM 4.8+, SQM-L 19.1
At 40x barely split. At 75x easily split with visible difference in brightness.

STF479 (**)

Name: STF479
Type: **
Constellation: Tau
Coordinates: 04h00m56.81s / +23°12'05.40"
Components: AB / v6.9 mag / v7.8 mag / 7.5" / 127° / 2015
8" f/6, 37x, Bortle 4, SQM-L 21.00
Nice, evident double star, easy to split. Slight difference in brightness.

STF664 (**)

Name: STF664
Type: **
Constellation: Ori
Coordinates: 05h15m10.54s / +08°25'56.80"
Components: v7.8 mag / v8.4 mag / 4.7" / 177° / 2011
70mm f/5.7, 100x, Bortle 6, SQM-L 19.2
At 44x barely split. At 100x easily split with obvious difference in brightness.

STF688 (**)

Name: STF688
Type: **
Constellation: Ori
Coordinates: 05h19m20.88s / -10°44'49.90"
Components: v7.5 mag / v7.5 mag / 10.5" / 95° / 2011
70mm f/5.7, 44x, Bortle 6, SQM-L 19.2
Clearly split with decent angular distance. Components appeared nearly equally bright.

STF700 (**)

Name: STF700, V1804 Ori
Type: **
Constellation: Ori
Coordinates: 05h23m05.54s / +01°03'24.70"
Components: v7.7 mag / v7.9 mag / 4.7" / 4° / 2017
70mm f/5.7, 44x, Bortle 6, SQM-L 19.2
At 44x split, but very close together. At 100x clearly split with nearly equally bright components.

STF742 (**)

Name: STF742
Type: **
Constellation: Tau
Coordinates: 05h36m26.38s / +21°59'35.10"
Components: v7.1 mag / v7.5 mag / 4.1" / 274° / 2017
Located about 0.5 degree east of Messier 1.

120mm f/5, 48x, Bortle 6, SQM-L 19.2
Nice, evident double near Messier 1. Easy to split with almost equally bright components.

8" f/6, 80x, Bortle 4-, SQM-L 20.8
Nice double star with nearly equally bright components.

STF774 (**)

Name: STF774, zeta Ori, 50 Ori, Alnitak
Type: **
Constellation: Ori
Coordinates: 05h40m45.52s / -01°56'33.30"
Components: AB / v1.9 mag / v3.7 mag / 2.4" / 167° / 2013
70mm f/5.7, 128x, Bortle 6
Big difference in brightness. I could see the fainter component near the first ring of the airy pattern of the brighter component.

STF848 (**)

Name: STF848
Type: **
Constellation: Ori
Coordinates: 06h08m30.36s / +13°58'15.80"
Components: AB / v7.3 mag / v8.2 mag / 2.4" / 111° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 100x, Bortle 6, SQM-L 19.2
Well split with obvious difference in brightness.

STF877 (**)

Name: STF877
Type: **
Constellation: Ori
Coordinates: 06h14m42.67s / +14°35'10.80"
Components: v7.5 mag / v8.0 mag / 5.7" / 263° / 2003
70mm f/5.7, 44x, Bortle 6, SQM-L 19.2
Well split, but close together. Little difference in brightness noticeable.

STF932 (**)

Name: STF932
Type: **
Constellation: Gem
Coordinates: 06h34m21.57s / +14°45'08.30"
Components: v8.3 mag / v8.5 mag / 1.7" / 305° / 2012
70mm f/5.7, 150x
Unfortunately a nearby lamp bothered me. I could see the double star at least elongated.

STF1110 (**)

Name: STF1110, alpha Gem, 66 Gem, Castor
Type: **
Constellation: Gem
Coordinates: 07h34m35.86s / +31°53'17.80"
Components: AB / v1.9 mag / v3.0 mag / 5.2" / 54° / 2017
70mm f/5.7, 44x, Bortle 6
At 44x the double star appeared as an '8'. At 100x clearly split with noticeable difference in brightness. Both components appeared white.

STF1275 (**)

Name: STF1275
Type: **
Constellation: UMa
Coordinates: 08h51m26.19s / +57°31'38.10"
Components: AB / v8.7 mag / v8.9 mag / 1.9" / 198° / 2015
70mm f/5.7, 100x
At 100x and 150x not permanently split. Components very close together.

STF1344 (**)

Name: STF1344
Type: **
Constellation: LMi
Coordinates: 09h23m28.35s / +39°08'05.10"
Components: v9.0 mag / v9.5 mag / 3.7" / 103° / 2014
120mm f/5, 75x, Bortle 7+, NELM 5.0, SQM-L 18.8
At 50x and 75x split, but tight with little difference in brightness.

STF1374 (**)

Name: STF1374
Type: **
Constellation: LMi
Coordinates: 09h41m21.88s / +38°57'01.90"
Components: AB / v7.3 mag / v8.7 mag / 2.8" / 310° / 2015
120mm f/5, 168x, Bortle 7+, NELM 5.0, SQM-L 18.8
At 50x elongated, at 75x seen as '8'. At 168x clearly split with obviously fainter component.

STF1424 (**)

Name: STF1424, gamma Leo, Algieba
Type: **
Constellation: Leo
Coordinates: 10h19m58.35s / +19°50'29.40"
Components: AB / v2.4 mag / v3.6 mag / 4.7" / 127° / 2017
120mm f/5, 66x, Bortle 6-, SQM-L 19.1
At 48x easily seen as double star. It appeared as '8'. At 66x barely, but clearly split with visible difference in brightness.

STF1443 (**)

Name: STF1443
Type: **
Constellation: LMi
Coordinates: 10h33m17.07s / +37°40'25.00"
Components: v9.9 mag / v10.0 mag / 5.1" / 160° / 2010
120mm f/5, 50x, Bortle 7+, NELM 5.0, SQM-L 18.8
At 50x split with little distance. At 75x clearly split with small difference in brightness.

STF1459 (**)

Name: STF1459
Type: **
Constellation: LMi
Coordinates: 10h40m12.46s / +38°24'11.40"
Components: v8.3 mag / v8.8 mag / 5.3" / 152° / 2014
120mm f/5, 50x, Bortle 7+, NELM 5.0, SQM-L 18.8
Clearly split with noticeable difference in brightness.

STF1626 (**)

Name: STF1626
Type: **
Constellation: Dra
Coordinates: 12h16m47.11s / +70°08'45.70"
Components: v9.4 mag / v9.6 mag / 2.2" / 5° / 2005
120mm f/5, 150x, Bortle 6, NELM 5.0+, SQM-L 19.3
Components similar in brightness, pretty faint, close together, but clearly split.

STF1694 (**)

Name: STF1694
Type: **
Constellation: Cam
Coordinates: 12h49m13.80s / +83°24'46.30"
Components: AB / v5.3 mag / v5.7 mag / 21.3" / 324° / 2015
70mm f/5.7, 15x, Bortle 6-, NELM 5.0, SQM-L 19.1
Easy to split with noticeable angular distance and slight difference in brightness. The faint component tends to be more blueish, the brighter one appeared more light yellowish.

STF2016 (**)

Name: STF2016
Type: **
Constellation: Her
Coordinates: 16h12m07.05s / +11°54'39.20"
Components: v8.5 mag / v9.6 mag / 7.4" / 148° / 2015
Only 11 arcminutes northwestward is the pretty bright planetary nebula IC4593.

120mm f/5, 40x, Bortle 4, SQM-L 21.0
SQM-L 20.6: Split at 40x with obvious difference in brightness. At 75x easily split.

STF2434 (**)

Name: STF2434
Type: **
Constellation: Aql
Coordinates: 19h02m44.38s / -00°42'40.40"
Components: A-BC / v8.4 mag / v8.9 mag / 27.7" / 89° / 2016
120mm f/5, 18x, Bortle 4, SQM-L 21.1
Easily split with similar brightness.

STF2690 (**)

Name: STF2690
Type: **
Constellation: Del
Coordinates: 20h31m11.94s / +11°15'33.70"
Components: A-BC / v7.1 mag / v7.4 mag / 17.6" / 255° / 2013
8" f/6, 37x, Bortle 4, NELM 5.7+, SQM-L 20.9
NELM 5.4+, SQM-L 20.6: Evident double star with almost equally bright components and no noticeable contrast in color.

STF2767 (**)

Name: STF2767
Type: **
Constellation: Peg
Coordinates: 21h10m30.43s / +19°57'35.70"
Components: v8.2 mag / v8.5 mag / 2.5" / 29° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 100x
Clearly split with slight difference in brightness.

STF2799 (**)

Name: STF2799
Type: **
Constellation: Peg
Coordinates: 21h28m52.79s / +11°05'05.20"
Components: AB / v7.4 mag / v7.4 mag / 1.9" / 259° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 100x
At 100x, barely, at 128x clearly split with equally bright components.

STF2807 (**)

Name: STF2807
Type: **
Constellation: Cep
Coordinates: 21h17m33.47s / +82°31'03.70"
Components: v8.7 mag / v8.8 mag / 1.8" / 311° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 128x, Bortle 5, NELM 5.7, SQM-L 20.6
Barely split without any noticeable difference in brightness.

STF2845 (**)

Name: STF2845
Type: **
Constellation: Cep
Coordinates: 21h52m20.95s / +63°06'04.50"
Components: AB / v8.1 mag / v8.2 mag / 2.0" / 173° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 128x, Bortle 4-, SQM-L 20.9
Easy to split with equally bright components.

STF2974 (**)

Name: STF2974
Type: **
Constellation: Peg
Coordinates: 23h05m01.12s / +33°23'08.00"
Components: v8.1 mag / v8.5 mag / 2.7" / 166° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 100x
Clearly split with slight difference in brightness.

STF2990 (**)

Name: STF2990
Type: **
Constellation: Peg
Coordinates: 23h13m17.60s / +22°05'00.70"
Components: AB / v8.9 mag / v9.0 mag / 2.6" / 56° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 100x
Rather faint, because I observed from the sidewalk with present moon. Well split with equally bright components.

STF3050 (**)

Name: STF3050
Type: **
Constellation: And
Coordinates: 23h59m29.33s / +33°43'26.90"
Components: AB / v6.5 mag / v6.7 mag / 2.5" / 341° / 2017
70mm f/5.7, 100x
Wonderful double star. Easy to split with slight difference in brightness.

STFA7 (**)

Name: STFA7
Type: **
Constellation: Tau
Coordinates: 03h31m03.47s / +27°43'53.60"
Components: AB / v7.4 mag / v7.8 mag / 44.0" / 234° / 2015
120mm f/5, 18x, Bortle 6-, NELM 4.8+, SQM-L 19.1
Well split with noticeable difference in brightness. Nice view together with the double star STF401 located southeast.

STFA24 (**)

Name: STFA24
Type: **
Constellation: CVn
Coordinates: 13h10m03.27s / +38°29'55.90"
Components: AB / v6.0 mag / v6.3 mag / 275.6" / 296° / 2012
This double star contains of the components 15 and 17 CVn.

B 40mm, 8x, Bortle 7, NELM 5.0, SQM-L 19.2
Both components similar in brightness with large distance.

SZ Cam (**)

Name: SZ Cam, STF485
Type: **
Constellation: Cam
Coordinates: 04h07m51.38s / +62°19'48.40"
Components: AE / v6.9 mag / v6.9 mag / 18.0" / 306° / 2016
70mm f/5.7, 15x, Bortle 4-, SQM-L 20.9
Easily split with nearly equally bright components. Located in the center of the open cluster NGC1502. Very nice view.

WNC2 (**)

Name: WNC2
Type: **
Constellation: Ori
Coordinates: 05h23m51.32s / -00°51'59.80"
Components: A-BC / v6.9 mag / v7.0 mag / 3.0" / 160° / 2015
70mm f/5.7, 44x, Bortle 6, SQM-L 19.2
Double star appeared elongated.

120mm f/5, 150x, Bortle 6, SQM-L 19.2
Clearly split with nearly equally bright components.

WZ Cas (**)

Name: WZ Cas, STTA254
Type: **
Constellation: Cas
Coordinates: 00h01m15.85s / +60°21'19.00"
Components: AB / v7.4 mag / v8.3 mag / 57.7" / 89° / 2010
80mm f/6.25, 33x, Bortle 8, NELM 4.3+, SQM-L 18.9
Nice double star. Brighter component appeared orange, the fainter more blueish.

xi UMa (**)

Name: xi UMa, 53 UMa, STF1523, Alula Australis
Type: **
Constellation: UMa
Coordinates: 11h18m10.90s / +31°31'45.00"
Components: AB / v4.3 mag / v4.8 mag / 1.9" / 164° / 2017
70mm f/5.7, 100x, Bortle 6
Very close together with similar brightness. At first glance seen as an '8', looking closer I partly split both components. Similar view also at 128x.

120mm f/5, 168x, Bortle 6, SQM-L 19.1
Well split with slight difference in brightness.

zeta Psc (**)

Name: zeta Psc, 86 Psc, STF100
Type: **
Constellation: Psc
Coordinates: 01h13m43.80s / +07°34'31.80"
Components: AB / v5.2 mag / v6.3 mag / 22.9" / 63° / 2016
8" f/6, 37x, Bortle 4-, NELM 5.7+, SQM-L 20.8
Visually evident as double star and easy to find. Well split with slight difference in brightness.