NOSS angular separation

From: Tom Wagner (sciteach@mchsi.com)
Date: Sat Jun 15 2002 - 15:19:55 EDT


Ralph McConahy just told me some information that is good to know for
knowing what to expect when looking for all the components of a NOSS trio.
That is, the NOSS trios are in an "L" pattern--one following the other on
nearly the same track with a third 3 to 5 to one side.

Another question---are they all equidistant or are two much closer together?

Now I will determine the size of the field of view of my binoculars and get
a feel for how far apart they can be when looking through those binocs.

The next thing for me is to see a pair move through my telescope's field of
view set at 25X.

Thanks Ralph!

Tom
Iowa
USA
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