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Star Atlas Containing Maps of All the Stars From 1 to 65 Magnitude Between the

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Hermann J Klein
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Period, 1C, 7 days. ". II, Planetary Nebula in Cetus, rather faint, with a diameter of from 3' to 4' ; there arc several stars round it. Discovered by W. Hcrschcl. G Jan. , 1785. V Ceti (2 281). A double star, 1. 5 mag. , with a faint companion of 9. 5 mag. Distance, 7. 7" ; angle of position, s:j . 30, Arietis. A beautiful double star, not difficult to observe. Its primary is G mag. ; companion, 6. 5 mag. ; di-t unv, :JH. G". Both stars are white in colour. , No change in position has been not...iced since the time of Bradley. 1T&, Nebula in Andromeda. Faint, 10' in length, spindle-shaped, and surrounded by several faint star?. 33, Arietis (2 289). A double star, first seen by Herschel 27 Sept. , 1779. Primary, 5. 8 mag. ; companion, 8. 7 mag. ; distance, 28. 5" ; angle of position, '559. 4. No change in position has been observed. 584, Star Cluster in Perseus, having a diameter of 15'; discovered by Messier. The stars range from 9 to 1 1 mag. , and are coarsely distrib- uted ; with a small telescope upwards of 100 stars can be distinguished.

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