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PagePlateClassObjectR.A.DecStartObs H.A.Obs DecStopExpDateMiscellaneous
129657ο Ceti00 581 16 E-11.301 18Nov 11 1896
129658ο Ceti01 211 06 E-11.302 21Nov 11 1896# This should prob. be 0h 54m E.
129659μ Cephei0 53+81.304 133 20 W+81.306 12Nov 11 1896x 9659 Var. Star App. 1m signals. Plate holder moves in opp. direction from the signal, that is 1st exp. is made nearest numbered end of plate 12:31 -1st movement. 13:10 = R.A. slow motion -1 rev. 14:28 = last movement. Sky all cloudy from 6:00 to close. 6:15 Sky 2S 8P. Above mean times from W's watch which is exactly 1m fast of B 394, from which signals came.
129660Dunér 249 46-22.608 181 28 E-22.608 30Nov 11 1896x 9660 Reversed film.
129661Dunér 249 46-22.608 311 17 E-22.608 44Nov 11 1896
129662T Urs Maj12 32+60.008 483 44 E+60.009 00Nov 11 1896x 9662 Reversed film.
129663T Urs Maj12 32+60.009 013 31 E+60.009 11Nov 11 1896x 9663 Sky at time of close 3S 5N.

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