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“ The above are corrected for known instrumental errors and for the rate of the chronometer. The Seconds of Tabular Right As. cension are taken from the Nautical Almanac.”

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No. of Pow. Obs. Name of Star. Date. | A. R. Dec. | Pos. Dist.IN

Obs.

Remarks, Magnitudes, &c.

er. Server. Antares 1848.49 16 19 - 26.06272 45

3.6 3.6

5 5 11560 B

|1560 B2 Very fine definition. .58

273 10 3.6 860 B 272 00 3.4 5

860 B? definition. o Coronæ Borealis 1848.42 16 08 + 34 14 171 15 2.

2 5 .42

172 30
2 Ophiuchi 1848.56 16 231+ 2 18 9 50

When the micrometer-wires are set at 1", both wires are decidedly within the stars.
New Star

1848.40 16 51
-12 39 212 30 115.6

A=6th, B=15th. A resembles Antares to the naked eye, but its red is deeper. 211 20

140 B ,

It is one of the most strikingly colored stars we remember to have seen, 212 30 118.1

On the 29th of June this star was seen with thirty companions of from the 15th

> to the 20th magnitudes, within a radius of G.
212 00 114.

95 140 BP
212 08 115.0 3 1401 B2 With a power of 1500 there is no sign of a planetary disk under fine definition.
212 30 115.

25 1401 B? A = 7th, 8th, B= 14th. A appears to have decreased in brilliancy; its ruby-red
211 57 115.41 3

140 BP

color still remains. The star is at once recognized from its neighbours by its

color alone.
211 13 116.

1 5 | 140 B
212 27 115.4 10

A=7th, 8th, B= 15th. A is sensibly less than when first seen.

212 30 115.5 5 400 B
36 Ophiuchi 1848.55 17 05 - 26 22 215 30?| 4.3 860) B: The position angle does not agree with its computed value.
a Ophiuchi 1848.55 17 07 +14 33 176 45 22.9 860 B A = 34, B=8th.
70 Ophiuchi 1848.52 17 H 2 32 118 07 6.9 15601 B1 A=4th, B=6th. B has a reddish tinge.

117 45 6.8 1560
: Lyræ
1848.47 18 39 +39 30 21 04 3.1 860 B A and B.

172 50 207.11 860 B' A and C. ,47

149 00

2.5 860 B C and D. Ring Nebulæ 1848.41 18 +32 50 66 00 73.3 1401 B1 Longer axis of the ring.

60.4

Shorter axis. a Cygni

1848.41 20 361+44 43 88 35 / 95.5 5 1401 B? Companion star 12th magnitude. B Cygni 1848.25 19 24 + 27 39 55 55

33.5 5

140 B Seeing not good. '16 W Delphini 1848.56 20 24 + 10 44 209 50 0.5 3 860 BP y Virginis

1849.45 12 03 – 0 37 179 49 13.0 10 860 B 45 1179 45

860 BP Antares

1849.52 16 19 – 26 06270 27 3.4 10 | 860 Bi

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