(IAAC) Re: Obj: Nu Draconis, Mu Bootes, Iota Bootes, Epsilon Lyrae
Lew and others,
I must confess that I rarely actually look at doubles just with the
naked eye: maybe I should try this more often. I ceratinly know of
people who have split Epsilon Lyrae with out optical aid, but I don't
think I ever have, and with my eyesight ( I am short sighted) I probably
never could, certainly not without my glasses on. I will try it out
next opportunity, and report back.
Clear skies all,
PS. Still no news on this micrometer and eyepiece, Lew!!!
>Just wondered if you might have any comments on this topic, Paul?
>>Date: Fri, 5 Jun 1998 13:21:04 -0400 (EDT)
>>To: Internet Amateur Astronomers Catalog <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>Subject: (IAAC) Obj: Nu Draconis, Mu Bootes, Iota Bootes, Epsilon
>Inst: Binoculars 7x35, 10x50; refractor 20x60
>>From: Matt Leo <Matt@acrcorp.com>
>>I'm curious as to how _relative_ and absolute brightness
>>interact with angular separation to make a pair easy or
>>difficult to split. Perhaps once I have more observations
>>I'll be able to plot this.
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