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mu Cam.
I 659
I 33486
very faint, but appears to be Class N
0,6,10

+53° 379  3,6,10 (IV or VI W.P.F.)
I 35801

{+51° 575
Strong image but too much blurred. Not Type IV, on extreme edge. Get better plate.
{I 36907 shows this sp. clearly, and it is of Class A.
Ident. checked by A.M.C.

0 16.8 +58 36
Marked on I 31314
Not sure of Ident.
Several objects near, but not of Class N.
Star +56° 66 on plate is (3,6,10)
Probably Class R.



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+53° 379 on I 35801 (3,6,10) looks to me like +53° 66 on I 31314
Latter is in Class R
Former is in Class N, but is marked by Mrs. Fleming on plate Calss VI, and on plate cover (I 35801) Class IV & VI
Did she mean to put it in Class R?

+43° 53 0 14.6  Marked on AC 4596. No var. in AC 5215, 5153, 5132, 5787, 5713, 5655, 5624, 5487, 5436, 5215, 638, [[strikethrough]] 5215 [[/strikethrough]] 5153, 12645, 11090, 11040, 12758
Marrked on I 31197
Sp. on I 32283
Image seen quite clearly but can not classify. Not Class N.

+59° 274  1 26.8
On I 35788, a sp. is seen but can not classify. may be Ma. Several other plates do not show it well.

[[strikethrough]] No var [[/strikethrough]]
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