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|Page||Plate||Class||Object||R.A.||Dec||Start||Obs H.A.||Obs Dec||Stop||Exp||Date||Miscellaneous|
|14||11689||36 Sextantis||10 24||0 15 E||+2.6||Jan 01 1899||x 11689 Occ. 36 Sextantis Var. Star App. 1st image toward plate no. Make signals. Magnet end of apparatus precedes in telescope. 1 sec signals from F 1327. C's watch. 15h 20m 30s Started. 15 20 41 First minute break from F 1327. 15 22 50 Approx. Closed. F 1327 10 45 00 10 46 00 C's Watch 15 39 38 15 40 38.|
|14||Jan 01 1899||Trouble with driving clock. It worked poorly just before starting plate,, but ran all right during time of exposure. It failed all together shortly after closing plate thus making it impossible to try for the emersion.|
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