06001+3756 BRT2212     ALI 558.                                                                        
06001+1648 BPM 246     [PM2000]  369652 + [PM2000]  369271.                                    Gvr2010 
06002-1231 LDS3686     NLTT 15922/15921                                                        Chm2004 
06003+4436 BU 1055     Composite spectrum; K2III+K0III.                                                
           H 5  91     AC: H V 91. Incorrected identified as H 6  91 in BDS.  Error noted by   Bu_1906 
                       MacEvoy (2010).                                                         McE2010 
06003-3102 HJ 3823     AB,C triple solution by Soderhjelm (1992), who notes the Hipparcos      Sod1999 
                       data are unuseable. Speckle observations needed to strengthen orbit.            
           TOK   9     CE: As suggested by Tokovinin et al. and after consultation with the    Tok2005 
                       author, the measure of Prieto was moved from AB to CE, as AB was        Pri1997a
                       unresolved at the time of the observation. This measure of CE predates          
                       the discovery by eight years.                                                   
                       AC. 1997.0952: In this multiple system, our observation failed to               
                       detect the closer pair HU 1399 AB, where the secondary has magnitude            
                       9.2 and approximate separation 0".5.                                    Hor1997 
                       Tokovinin (2005) notes that a 1996 measure of the AB pair by Prieto     Tok2005 
                       (1997) may actually have been of CE, as AB was unresolvable at this     Pri1997a
                       epoch (250deg, 0".09).                                                          
06004-4401 JNN  46     The two components resolved by AstraLux have nearly equal brightnesses          
                       and colors. Hence, this counts as an unconfirmed binary, since the              
                       system has only been observed in one epoch so far.                      Jnn2012 
06004-6822 OGL 458     LMC204.5.13    + LMC204.5.31                                            Pli2012 
06007+6809 LDS1201     NLTT 15858/15857                                                        Chm2004 
06007-1838 FEN   5     Aka J  3229.                                                                    
06008-6937 OGL 459     LMC198.4.3862  + LMC198.4.4499                                          Pli2012 
06010+2734 SMK   1     Aa,Ab: Resolved by two occultation events at favorable aspects.         Smk1989 
06011+2320 H 4  48     H IV 48.                                                                        
06014-0745 A   663     Aka OL  166.                                                                    
06016-7228 OGL 460     LMC202.8.4625  + LMC202.8.4814                                          Pli2012 
06017+2224 CHR 161     Listed by Appleby (1980 JBAA, 139, 1139) as having anomalous behavior.  McA1993 
06018+1618 BPM 247     [PM2000]  376705 + [PM2000]  376243.                                    Gvr2010 
06018-1036 BU   16     3 Mon. A is a spectroscopic binary.                                             
06018-4110 HJ 3827     CPD-41@872.                                                                     
06020+1358 BPM 248     [PM2000]  377571 + [PM2000]  377156.                                    Gvr2010 
06022-4401 TOK 104     HIP 28604. The B-companion could be a close binary (PSF fit).                   
                       NOMAD: PM(B)=(+2,+10), V=14.30.                                         Tok2011a
06023-7157 OGL 461     LMC202.5.4896  + LMC202.5.5006  + LMC202.5.5007                         Pli2012 
06024+0939 A  2715     mu Ori = 61 Ori. Alden (1942) orbit is visual. P, T, e in Osvald's      Ald1942 
                       (1964) astrometric orbit are taken from a revised visual orbit by       Osv1964 
                       Alden (cf Osvald's paper); the revised a = 0.254". The different types          
                       of orbits cause the longitude of the node to be in opposite quadrants.          
                       Star A is an Alpha CVn variable and SB1, P = 4.45 d; star B is SB2,             
                       P = 4.78 d (F. Fekel 1980).                                             Fek1980b
                       See discussion by Morgan et al. (1978).                                 BLM1978 
                       See Baize & Petit (1989) catalog of doubles with variable component.    Baz1989d
                       Only elements P and T have been amended by Starikova (1977) from the    Sta1977a
                       orbit of Alden (1942).                                                  Ald1942 
                       Combined spectroscopic/astrometric solution by Fekel et al. (2002) for  Fek2002 
                       the wide pair of this quadruple system, plus spectroscopic orbits for           
                       both short-period pairs. The solution includes mass and distance                
                       determinations.                                                                 
           mu Ori      Muterspaugh et al. (2008) combine PHASES astrometry with speckle and    Mut2008 
                       radial velocity data to derive an orbit for the AB pair of this                 
                       quadruple system, as well as the Aa,Ab and Ba,Bb subsystems. Listed             
                       solution assumes L_Aa > L_Ab and L_Ba > L_Bb; other assumptions result          
                       in some changes of angular elements.  The parallax of the system is             
                       determined at 21.69 +/- 0.13 mas (distance 46.11 +/- 0.28 pc), with             
                       semimajor axes for AB; Aa,Ab; and Ba,Bb of 12.620 +/- 0.057, 0.07659            
                       +/- 0.00058, and 0.07780 +/- 0.00036 au, respectively. Other derived            
                       quantities for the four components are as follows:                              
                              Star     Mass (Msun)        M_K (mag)                                    
                               Aa    2.38  +/- 0.11     1.03 +/- 0.26                                  
                               Ab    0.652 +/- 0.097   >4,58                                           
                               Ba    1.389 +/- 0.019    1.72 +/- 0.26                                  
                               Bb    1.356 +/- 0.019    2.02 +/- 0.26                                  
06024-6902 OGL 462     LMC205.5.171   + LMC205.5.477                                           Pli2012 
06026+0014 J  1362     BAL 988.                                                                        
                       J  2589.                                                                J__1962a
06026-0028 BAL 678     RST 4794.                                                                       
06029+2553 A   120     Change doubtful.                                                        B__1963b
06030+0945 MLL  10     Probably identical with ADS 4627, J 1323.                                       
06031+1248 BRT1193     B component spectral type F9V                                           AbH2000 
06032+5813 A  1315     A premature orbit has been computed.                                            
06032+3743 BRT2213     ALI 559.                                                                        
06032+1922 LDS6195     See Allen et al. (2000) for information on metallicity, age, galactic   AlC2000 
                       orbital parameters, etc.                                                        
                       AB: NLTT 15973/15974                                                    Chm2004 
                       HIP 28671. Close triple.                                                Tok2011a
06033-7045 OGL 463     LMC200.4.3454  + LMC200.4.3453                                          Pli2012 
06033-7122 OGL 464     LMC201.4.30    + LMC201.4.134                                           Pli2012 
06034+1156 BPM 249     [PM2000]  382594 + [PM2000]  382195.                                    Gvr2010 
06035+1941 MCA  24     64 Ori. A spectroscopic binary and occultation triple, with the wider           
                       pair, presumably, now resolved. Fekel & Scarfe report periods of                
                       14.57d and 13.03y.                                                      Fek1986 
                       Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 8.90 +/- 3.35, 7.95, and 3.31 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
06036+0419 STF 837     Identical with STF 833. BAL2649.                                                
06037+2741 HJ 5467     Doubtful this system is physically bound, since relative and proper             
                       motions are of the same order.                                          Kiy2012 
06038-7055 OGL 465     LMC200.3.3701  + LMC200.3.3806                                          Pli2012 
06039-7047 OGL 466     LMC200.4.3466  + LMC200.4.3890                                          Pli2012 
06040+3138 A   214     AC: SEI 455.                                                            Nsn2017b
06040+2734 HAU  17     Optical pair, since relative motion is equal to the difference in               
                       proper motions of the components within the errors.                     Kiy2012 
06041+2316 KUI  23     1 Gem. Primary 9.6d SB1 (#377 in Batten et al., 1989), secondary spec   Bte1989 
                       type K1III (Strassmeier & Fekel 1990), and reported to be an            Fek1990 
                       occultation binary. Mass sum close to expected.                                 
                       Evidently both visual components are giants with one, probably the              
                       later type component, double once more.                                         
                       Identification of the ascending node of the visual pair in the third            
                       quadrant is confused by the submotion and therefore not entirely                
                       certain.                                                                        
06041-7155 OGL 467     LMC202.4.13    + LMC202.4.72                                            Pli2012 
06043-7021 OGL 468     LMC207.6.75    + LMC207.6.284                                           Pli2012 
06044+1731 BPM 250     [PM2000]  386053 + [PM2000]  386110.                                    Gvr2010 
06045+5134 STT 128     Possibly variable.                                                              
06045+4416 LEP  22     AB: HJL1044.                                                            HJL1986 
                       AB: A has planet 263d, 3.3 Mjup.                                        Tok2014d
           MUG  11     BC: Second-epoch observation of BC indicates the C component is                 
                       co-moving; hence HD 40979 is a triple-star system, with the exoplanet           
                       host star being the primary. Assuming a system age of 1 Gyr, I-band             
                       magnitudes yield masses 0.833 +/- 0.011 and 0.380 +/- 0.025 Msun for            
                       B and C. Spectral types are estimated at K3 and M3, respectively.       Mug2007b
                       BC: NLTT 15983, X-ray source.  Detection limits for BC (Mugrauer et             
                       al. 2007) show BC is CPM.  Mugrauer measure I(B)=7.98, I(C)=11.3,       Mug2007b
                       estimate masses 0.83 and 0.38 for B,C.                                  Tok2014d
06046+3014 STF 834     B is BD+30@1097.                                                                
06046-6921 OGL 469     LMC205.2.218   + LMC205.2.553                                           Pli2012 
06047-4505 HJ 3834     HIP 28790. E is HIP 28764.                                                      
                       AE: SHY 183. Bayesian analysis by Shaya & Olling (2011) indicates very  Shy2011 
                       high (near 100%) probability pair is physical.                                  
06048-4828 DUN  23     See Baize & Petit (1989) catalog of doubles with variable component.    Baz1989d
                       A is V575 Pup, var. RS CVn type, X-ray source, young, possible SB. B            
                       suspected binary (0.035") in 2008 at SOAR, but not confirmed by                 
                       further speckle data.  Castor moving group?                             Tok2014d
06049-0521 BNW   4     Incorrectly identified as H 5 14 in BDS. Error noted by MacEvoy (2010). McE2010 
06049-3434 BWL  20     AB: Deep AO imaging by Quantz et al. (2012 ApJ 754, 127) did not                
                       reveal any planetary companions down to dL'~11 at 0".5, corresponding           
                       to planetary masses near 1 Mjup. HiCIAO observations by Bowler et al.           
                       (2015) reached a sensitivity of dH=13.5 at 1" and identified a wide             
                       candidate companion at 7".1. Folowup astrometry at Keck showed it to            
                       be a background star. Primary is AP Col.                                Bwl2015 
06050+0410 66 Ori      Ren & Fu (2013) calculated an astrometric orbit, combining Hipparcos    Ren2013 
                       Intermediate Astrometric Data with spectroscopic elements by                    
                       Griffin (2006).                                                         Grf2006 
06052-1419 STF 843     Position corrected.                                                             
06053+7400 STT 121     Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 2.15 +/- 1.21, 2.78, and 1.10 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
06053-7056 OGL 470     LMC208.6.10    + LMC208.6.33                                            Pli2012 
06054+2459 BRT3266     Originally published as BRT 139.                                        Brt1928 
06054-6829 OGL 471     LMC204.4.7103  + LMC204.4.7242                                          Pli2012 
06055+1448 BPMA 23     [PM2000]  389828 + [PM2000]  390203.                                    Gvr2010 
06057-0637 BRT 375     Not found by Heintz at IDS position.                                    Hei1990b
06058+1237 BPM 251     [PM2000]  390772 + [PM2000]  390804.                                    Gvr2010 
06059+4815 ES 1234     The primary is a double-lined spectroscopic binary.                             
06061+3523 ENG  25     B is BD+35@1335.                                                                
                       Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components               
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
06063-2754 SKF 425     This star is likely a binary companion to the nearby K1-type star               
                       HD 41842 at 20" separation, as noted in the WDS.                        Jnn2012 
06064-1951 LDS3691     NLTT 16076/16077                                                        Chm2004 
06066+2620 EVS   4     Classical Cepheid AA Gem.                                                       
06066+1310 BPMA 24     [PM2000]  393185 + [PM2000]  392334.                                    Gvr2010 
06066+0431 VBS  12     The primary is Ross 413.                                                        
                       G106-025. See Allen et al. (2000) for information on metallicity,       AlC2000 
                       age, galactic orbital parameters, etc.                                          
06067+3611 ALI 317     No star seen at AC catalog location of the purported secondary                  
                       - probably a plate flaw.                                                        
06067-6933 OGL 472     LMC206.4.145   + LMC206.4.751                                           Pli2012 
06073-7242 OGL 473     LMC211.6.39    + LMC203.3.4778                                          Pli2012 
06074-0400 STF 850     Aka BRT 562.                                                                    
06075-2244 DON1065     CD-22@2776.                                                                     
06075-7033 OGL 474     LMC207.2.28    + LMC207.2.540                                           Pli2012 
06077-6925 OGL 475     LMC212.8.17    + LMC212.8.18                                            Pli2012 
06078-0623 PBS   4     The AD and AF pairs were erroneously given the discoverer designation,          
                       already assigned to another system.                                             
06079-4209 FIN  70     pi 2 Col. Position angle uncertain. Many attempts, but few                      
                       successful observations. Needs speckle.                                         
06079-6937 OGL 476     LMC206.4.4928  + LMC206.4.4929                                          Pli2012 
06081-2525 B    99     Last position angle uncertain. Not resolved by Finsen in 1960-62.               
                       Motion retrograde.                                                              
06083+1400 STF 844     B is BD+14@1161.                                                                
           ARN  64     AC: C component = U component of 06085+1358.                                    
06084+1141 BPM 252     [PM2000]  399162 + [PM2000]  399489.                                    Gvr2010 
06085+1358 STF 848     There has been considerable confusion in component identification for           
                       this complicated multiple. Components K, J, M, O, and Q were actually           
                       H, G, F, I, and J, respectively; pairs labelled PR, PS, PT, and PU              
                       were actually JR, RS, ST, and SU, respectively. Three CE measures               
                       actually were of JI, while one other was of DH. It is believed (but             
                       not guaranteed!) that components are now identified consistently.               
                       BD: Hipparcos suspected non-single.                                             
                       AB: H 1  57.                                                            MEv2010 
           JRN  23     SU: U component = C component of 06083+1400.                                    
06086+0722 STF 852     BD+07@1145a.                                                                    
06087+1724 STF 849     STF 828.                                                                        
06089+2138 ALV   4     AFGL 5180 IRS 1. Near center of CO outflow; extensive nebulosity.       Alv2004 
06090+0230 STF 855     B is BD+02@1140.  Same as STF 858.                                              
06091+3116 HJ  379     SEI 456.                                                                Nsn2017b
06093+2839 A   121     164" in 247@ from BD+28@1026.                                                   
06093-3550 WHH   1     Member of AB Dor group. Wahhaj et al. (2011) conclude the AB pair is            
                       physical, while the faint C component is a background object. The               
                       spectral type of B is L4 +/- 1, masses of A and B 0.4 +/- 0.05 Msun             
                       and 31 +/- 8 Mjup.                                                      Whh2011 
06095+2246 OL  206     BRT2344.                                                                        
06095+1400 BPM 253     [PM2000]  402672 + [PM2000]  402676.                                    Gvr2010 
06096+0540 STF 859     B is BD+05@1116. Same as STF 863.                                               
                       AB: Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components           
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
06097+4308 WEB   5     B is BD+43@1465.                                                                
06097+2307 BU 1241     3 Gem. B is variable.                                                           
06097-7046 OGL 477     LMC208.4.80    + LMC208.4.91                                            Pli2012 
06098+4632 BRT  92     The pair ES 1323 (= ADS 4740) is identical                              Hei1980a
06098-2246 RST3442     Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 3.13 +/- 0.32, 2.92, and 1.17 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
06098-7130 OGL 478     LMC209.6.4465  + LMC209.6.4729                                          Pli2012 
06100+1431 BPM 254     [PM2000]  404386 + [PM2000]  404061.                                    Gvr2010 
06100-0420 A  3021     Evidently, the same as J  2015.                                                 
06102+2423 POU1086     Aka POU1096.                                                            Bko2010b
06102-7057 OGL 479     LMC208.3.194   + LMC208.3.192                                           Pli2012 
06102-7445 EGN   5     Pair bound. B component is likely an M3.5-M6.5 dwarf with mass                  
                       0.14 +/- 0.01 Msun.                                                     Egn2007 
                       Jones et al. (2002): no detection of SB                                 CPS2002b
06103+1554 H 6 114     H VI 114.                                                                       
06104+2234 LAW  14     LSPM J0610+2234 = NLTT 16144. Law et al (2008) derive a distance of     Law2008 
                       17.0 +7.5/-2.9 pc and a projected separation of 4.6 +2.1/-0.8 au.               
                       Estimated spectral types are M5 and 06104+1034 BRT3374     Unnumbered pair, following BRT1195 in Barton's list.                    Brt1935a
06105+2421 POU1098     AB: Aka POU1106.                                                        Bko2010b
           POU1099     AC: Aka POU1107.                                                        Bko2010b
06105+2300 BU 1058     4 Gem.                                                                          
06106-2152 NAJ   1     Secondary is brown dwarf.                                                       
                       Pair is comprised of an M1 dwarf and a T dwarf.                         Kir1999 
06107+3057 COU1102     KLT   2. KELT-2. Primary hosts a transiting hot Jupiter, P=4.11d.               
                       Beatty et al. (2012) determine the primary is a slightly evolved F7             
                       dwarf, the secondary a K2V. Masses are 1.314 +0.063/-0.060 and ~0.78            
                       Msun, radii 1.836 +0.066/-0.046 and ~0.70 Rsun. The orbital period is           
                       estimated at ~3500y.                                                    KLT2012 
06107-0951 STF 869     B is BD-09@1351, and is reported to be a variable of unknown type.              
06109+2037 J  1922     STF 864.                                                                        
06109+1020 KAM   1     Ross 79.                                                                        
                       Reported double by van de Kamp (1950 AJ 55, 160). Spectral type is              
                       given as M4 by Kuiper (1940 ApJ 92, 126). Pair difficult to measure             
                       with 12inch; delta m estimated at 3 mags. Motion questionable.          Wor1956b
06109+0621 J  2738     V2783 Ori. Primary is eclipsing binary of Algol type, period 4.21618d.  Zas2014 
06109-0722 GCB  15     Listed in IDS at +07 degrees rather than -07, so not found by Heintz.   Hei1995 
                       Moved to correct location.                                                      
06111+1544 BPM 255     [PM2000]  408406 + [PM2000]  408514.                                    Gvr2010 
06111-5817 FIN  96     AO Pic, Algol (EA) type eclipsing binary, P = 2.23415 d.                Zas2011 
06113-0038 LDS6196     ALC   5. Incorrectly listed as 06113+0038.                                      
06113-7302 SKF1074     OGL 480. LMC211.8.3926  + LMC211.1.10                                   Pli2012 
06115+5702 ARG  13     B is BD+57@944.                                                                 
                       Additional notes may be found in Fox (1946).                            Fox1946 
06115-7049 OGL 481     LMC208.4.5070  + LMC208.4.5091                                          Pli2012 
06115-7214 JNN  48     Since the separation between the components of this system is very              
                       small (~0.16"), it is almost certainly a physical binary, although              
                       common proper motion has yet to be demonstrated.                        Jnn2012 
06116+4843 STF 845     41 Aur.                                                                         
                       H 3  82.                                                                MEv2010 
06116+2329 POU1127     Aka POU1136.                                                                    
06116+0146 J  1924     BAL 1304.                                                                       
06116-0410 GNO   3     Gellino et al. (2014) derive spectral types for this brown dwarf pair           
                       of L9 and T1.5; masses are 64.8 +/- 0.4 and 52.1 +/- 12.0 Mjup, and             
                       effective temperatures are 1300 +/- 26 and 1096 +/- 20K. Approximates           
                       ages for the two components are 1.5-4.0 and 1.0-2.0 Gyr.                Gno2014 
06116-7031 OGL 482     LMC214.7.10    + LMC214.7.67                                            Pli2012 
06117-0440 AC    3     A variable, V638 Mon.                                                           
06117-6909 OGL 483     LMC212.3.57    + LMC212.3.58                                            Pli2012 
06118-2030 RSS 102     CPD-20@1192                                                                     
06118-6927 OGL 484     LMC212.1.8     + LMC212.1.31                                            Pli2012 
06119+1413 J  2016     xi Ori = 70 Ori. A is a spectroscopic binary, P = 45.1d.                        
06120+1947 CHR 163     68 Ori. B is BD+19@1252.                                                        
           H 6  72     H VI 72.                                                                        
06122+0640 J  1925     Aka J  1927.                                                                    
06122-3036 HUE   1     At an assumed distance of 31 +/- 6 pc, the projected separation is              
                       11 +/- 2 au. Spectral types are estimated as T5-7 for both components;          
                       estimated masses of each component are ~30Mjup (for an age of 1Gyr) or          
                       ~60Mjup (for an age of 5Gyr).                                           Hue2015 
06122-6532 DUN  26     B is CPD-65@566.                                                                
                       SHY 496. Bayesian analysis by Shaya & Olling (2011) indicates very      Shy2011 
                       high (near 100%) probability pair is physical.                                  
           TOK 106     HIP 29444. B is HIP 29439.                                                      
06123-7031 OGL 485     LMC214.7.4713  + LMC214.7.4718                                          Pli2012 
06124+2359 J  1102     Found to be single in 1958 and 1960 by Couteau. Probable positional     Cou1958c
                       error.                                                                  Cou1961a
06128-7023 OGL 486     LMC214.6.4957  + LMC214.6.5063                                          Pli2012 
06129+1759 SH 2-255    IRS 1 and IRS 3 are both in a cluster of IR sources.                    Alv2004 
06130-2203 BRT 304     CD-22@2857.                                                                     
06131+4431 BRT 113     Single, distant companion.                                              Brt1938 
06132-2742 TSN   2     May be physically associated with the Brown Dwarf 2MASS                 TSN2014b
                       J06085283-2753583 separated by 3529" @ 78.0 degrees.                            
06134+0556 J   969     PAN   5.                                                                        
06134-7017 OGL 487     LMC214.5.3916  + LMC214.5.4537                                          Pli2012 
06136+1505 BPM 256     [PM2000]  418424 + [PM2000]  418656.                                    Gvr2010 
06136-1527 GAL 396     Object #220 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06137-0019 BAL 686     HJL  75.                                                                HJL1986 
06137-2815 JNN  49     This binary consists of two components with almost equal brightnesses           
                       and colors. Although common proper motion has not yet been                      
                       demonstrated, it thus counts as binary in the statistical analysis.     Jnn2012 
06138+3509 GCB  16     ALI  85.                                                                        
06138-2352 JNN  50     The close binary pair resolved by AstraLux is likely itself a wide              
                       companion to the nearby G5-type star HD 43162 at 25" separation, as             
                       noted in the WDS. Hence the system is likely triple, although common            
                       proper motion has not yet been deomnstrated.                            Jnn2012 
06139-3030 HJ 3840     SWR   9.                                                                        
06140+3726 BRT2214     ALI 563 is identical                                                    Hei1983a
06141+2359 STTA 70     Also known as FRK   5. B is BD+23@1258.                                         
06141+2129 BRT2347     J 2591.                                                                         
06141+0149 J  1821     RST 5222. BAL 1307.                                                             
06142+1124 BPM 257     [PM2000]  421303 + [PM2000]  421205.                                    Gvr2010 
06142-1436 LDS 847     NLTT 16269/16270                                                        Chm2004 
06142-7213 OGL 488     LMC210.2.3931  + LMC210.2.4978                                          Pli2012 
06143+1430 S   509     B is BD+14@1210.                                                                
06144+0052 BAL 992     J  1931.                                                                        
06145+3824 AG  108     ALI 817.                                                                        
06145+1754 KUI  24     A spectroscopic binary.                                                         
                       Additional notes may be found in Couteau (1955).                        Cou1955c
06145+1148 STTA 71     B is BD+11@1075.                                                                
06145-4521 CPO 133     B is CD-45@2390.                                                                
06146+0051 BAL 993     J  1932.                                                                        
06147+1435 STF 877     B is a spectroscopic binary.                                                    
06147+0714 J  1933     BRT2115. The 1901 Barton and Jonckheere measures were both generated    Brt1938 
                       from probably spurious data in the Astrographic Catalog.                J__1962a
06147-0427 A   505     Aitken's estimate of companion magnitude is of course much too faint.   B__1963b
06148+1909 HJ 2302     71 Ori.                                                                         
                       AB: Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components           
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
06148+1232 BPM 258     [PM2000]  423906 + [PM2000]  424046.                                    Gvr2010 
06148-7020 OGL 489     LMC214.3.122   + LMC214.3.950                                           Pli2012 
06149+2230 BU 1008     eta Gem = 7 Gem = Propus. The primary is a semiregular variable,                
                       occultation binary, and SB1, P = 8.17 yr.                               MLa1944 
                       See Baize & Petit (1989) catalog of doubles with variable component.    Baz1989d
06149-0617 HJ  384     gam Mon = 5 Mon                                                                 
06150-7025 OGL 490     LMC214.3.59    + LMC214.3.277                                           Pli2012 
06150-7236 OGL 491     LMC211.4.3772  + LMC211.4.3798                                          Pli2012 
06151+1355 BPM 259     [PM2000]  425229 + [PM2000]  425385.                                    Gvr2010 
06152-7028 OGL 492     LMC214.2.11    + LMC214.2.253                                           Pli2012 
06154+1856 VAS   7     VSK   1.                                                                        
06154+1614 BPM 260     [PM2000]  426446 + [PM2000]  426575.                                    Gvr2010 
06154-0902 A   668     Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 6.97 +/- 2.42, 4.79, and 3.09 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
06155+1902 CXT   2     J  2740.                                                                        
06155+1157 J  1363     BRT 1197.                                                                       
06155+0232 BAL1687     Not found by Heintz at IDS position.                                    Hei1985a
06156+6609 STTA 69     BC is BD+66@436. MLR 316.                                                       
06156+3609 STF 872     AB: HJL  76.                                                            HJL1986 
                       AB: RoboAO finds on 2013.62 Aa,Ab at 1.30", 204d, dI=5.1, rejected as           
                       uncertain.                                                              Tok2014d
06157+6000 BUP  86     40 Cam.                                                                         
06157+1316 BPM 261     [PM2000]  427745 + [PM2000]  427700.                                    Gvr2010 
06159+0110 RST5225     Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 4.62 +/- 0.81, 2.84, and 1.35 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
06162-1321 BRG  22     In Bergfors et al. (2010), we detected a close binary companion to      Brg2010 
                       2MASS J06161032-1320422 at 190 mas separation. In a re-observation of           
                       the target from February 2010, there is no resolved companion detected          
                       but only a slightly extended primary PSF, hence the binary separation           
                       probably decreased in the meantime.                                     Jnn2012 
06163-5913 DUN  27     B is CPD-59@618.                                                                
                       AB: Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components           
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
           LDS 157     AC: C=WD 0615-591, DB3.2 type.  Mass=0.61 Msun (Holberg et al. 2013)    Hbg2013 
06164+1216 KUI  26     74 Ori.                                                                         
06164-7036 OGL 493     LMC214.1.3275  + LMC214.1.3458                                          Pli2012 
06165+2318 J   341     A = EPIC 202073186, eclipsing binary of Algol type, period 1.22483d.    Zas2015 
                       AC: Aka COU2715.                                                                
06167+3852 J   591     Single 1931 (Giacobini). Position may be erroneous.                     Gcb1934 
                       Aka BTG   1AC.                                                                  
06168+3832 BRT2215     ALI 818.                                                                        
06168-1359 GAL 397     Object #221 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06169+2414 POU1187     J 1936.                                                                         
06171+1551 H 5  23     H V 23. B is BD+15@1138.                                                        
06171+0957 FIN 331     75 Ori.                                                                         
                       Aa,Ab: Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and                  
                       spectroscopic masses 3.13 +/- 0.24, 3.73, and 2.09 Msun, respectively.  Mlk2012 
06171-2243 HJ 3845     Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components               
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
06172+3312 COU1406     The variable VW Aur.                                                            
06172+1204 BPMA 25     [PM2000]  434066 + [PM2000]  433779.                                    Gvr2010 
06172-3715 EHR   8     Physical/optical nature ambiguous.                                      Ehr2010 
06173+3700 MLB1011     ALI 564.                                                                        
06173+0506 ENG  26     AB: B is BD+05@1165.                                                            
           CAT   1     Aa,Ab. Catala et al. (2006) calculate masses 0.96 +/- 0.18 and 0.67     Cat2006 
                       +/- 0.04 Msun.                                                                  
                       The 27 yr pair CAT 1 with computed visual (Hartkopf et al. 2012) and    Hrt2012a
                       SB orbits is responsible for dmu. Triple with the CPM companion                 
                       LEP 24 AE at 103".                                                      Tok2012a
           PRV   3     Ea,Eb: GJ 231.1B. Pravdo et al. (2006) derive masses 0.25 +/- 0.6 and           
                       0.12 +/- 0.02 Msun.                                                     Prv2006 
                       Ea,Eb: NLTT 16333. Estimated age 1000-10000 Myr; masses 0.39 +/- 0.06           
                       and 0.15 +/- 0.02 Msun; a ~11.9 au.                                     Jnn2014 
06174+5725 TOK 259     Primary is SB2, P=958d (Griffin 2011).                                  Grf2011b
06175-1537 GAL 398     Object #223 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06178+2612 AG  322     B is BD+26@1167.                                                                
06179+0919 OPI   9     J 2419. KRU 2.                                                                  
06180+2152 KRU   1     J  1938.                                                                        
06181+1423 HO  229     J  2018.                                                                        
06184+3633 CHE  81     AC: ALI 320.                                                                    
06184+1256 BPM 262     [PM2000]  439525 + [PM2000]  439378.                                    Gvr2010 
06185+1611 BPM 263     [PM2000]  439937 + [PM2000]  440011.                                    Gvr2010 
06185+1610 BPM 264     [PM2000]  440156 + [PM2000]  440111.                                    Gvr2010 
06186+2151 HU  451     TDS3722.                                                                        
06186-2922 I  1116     Spectrum: A2(m)A7/8-F2.                                                         
06187+0903 GC 8096     Hipparcos astrometric solution adopted some elements from the orbit of  HIP1997d
                       Griffin (1986).                                                         Grf1986b
06188-7052 OGL 494     LMC215.4.3953  + LMC215.4.3954                                          Pli2012 
06192+1448 HJ 3281     Woods measures this pair 1909.98, 262.4@, 5.72".                        Woo1913 
                       Another pair?                                                                   
06192-5803 CVN  15     AB Pic. Spectral type for B component L1 +2/-1.                         Cvn2005c
06193-0250 OL   66     BRT 536.                                                                Brt1931 
06193-1232 HO  231     This pair was listed as HJ 3847, but with an error of two degrees in            
                       declination.                                                                    
06193-2458 S   516     AB: B is CD-24@3914.                                                            
06194+2316 H 5  55     H V 55. There has been considerable confusion between this pair and             
                       06199+2316, with this being labelled the AC pair and the others                 
                       additional components of this system.                                           
06194+1326 STTA 73     B is BD+13@1200, and is a spectroscopic binary. Pair appears in an              
                       appendix list, not part of discoverer's regular numbering sequence.             
06194+1219 BPM 266     [PM2000]  444117 + [PM2000]  443589.                                    Gvr2010 
06194+1159 BPM 265     [PM2000]  444041 + [PM2000]  443892.                                    Gvr2010 
06196+5901 UZ Lyn      Hipparcos astrometric solution assumed circular orbit (e = omega = 0)   HIP1997d
06196+1219 BPM 267     [PM2000]  445356 + [PM2000]  445120.                                    Gvr2010 
06197-0749 CHR  22     7 Mon.                                                                          
06198-3930 HJ 3849     B is CD-39@2525.                                                                
06199+2316 BNW   3     See note to 06194+2316. B component is BD+23 1309.                              
06200+2826 BU  895     AB: Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and                     
                       spectroscopic masses 4.90 +/- 11.16, 3.28, and 1.74 Msun, respectively. Mlk2012 
06200-1038 A  2925     Apparently a rapid binary. In the "red rectangle", a bi-polar nebula.           
                       See Meaburn et al. (1983) for a discussion of the observational         Mea1983 
                       history of this object.                                                         
06202-1044 TOK 108     HIP 30114.                                                              Tok2011a
06203-3004 SMY   1     zet CMa = 1 CMa = Furud. A is a long-period spectroscopic binary.               
                       P = 675d. B is CD-29@3008.                                                      
06204+2940 BRT3273     Barton calls this RMK 4, and this is copied in ADS, But RMK 4 is        Brt1926a
                       properly CPD-57@659.                                                    Bu_1932A
06206+2511 STTA 74     B is BD+25@1222.                                                                
06206+2327 POU1237     J  1822.                                                                        
06206+1803 STTA 75     B is BD+18@1179.                                                                
06208+1216 BPM 268     [PM2000]  450815 + [PM2000]  451412.                                    Gvr2010 
06208+0106 J  2019     BAL1310.                                                                        
06212+2108 S   513     STTA 76.  BC: STT 137.                                                          
                       Jorissen's BF and BG pairs are S 513 BT and BS, respectively.                   
06212-3507 SWR  10     CPM pair                                                                Skf2004 
06214+2203 L    58     Lewis measured an unidentified pair near this position: 1910.19,        GrO1932A
                       120.5@, 1.22", 9.0-9.5, n=1. ADS identifies this pair as JDS 1198 and   Bu_1932A
                       notes that Lewis' measure was not included in the Greenwich catalog.            
                       Aka L    37.                                                                    
06214+0216 A  2667     One component variable?                                                 Mlr1956a
                       See Baize & Petit (1989) catalog of doubles with variable component.    Baz1989d
                       No doubt about quadrant in these measures.                              VBs1954 
06214-1146 STF3116     A is a Cepheid, FR CMa.                                                         
06215+1618 LDS 894     NLTT 16409/16412                                                        Chm2004 
06215-1625 GAL 399     Object #227 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06217+3607 STF 890     B is CPD-59@618.                                                                
06220-0202 BAL 319     J 2741.                                                                         
06221+5922 CHR 128     4 Lyn.                                                                          
           WAL  45     AE: No good match to Wallenquist's estimated 0deg, 70" astrometry for   Wal1947 
                       this pair. Since he gives dm values for AB,C, AB,D, and AB,E, it is             
                       apparently not the AD pair at ~0deg, 100". Best guess is that there is          
                       a typographical error and he meant 30deg, 70", in reasonable agreement          
                       in astrometry and photometry with a pair at 31deg, 77".                         
06221+2645 DBR  22     DBR  90.                                                                        
06221+2203 L    59     Aka J  1941.                                                                    
06221-3326 del Col     Hipparcos astrometric solution adopted some elements from the orbit of  HIP1997d
                       Jones (1928).                                                           Jon1928b
06225-0259 HJ  387     J 1471.                                                                         
06225-3107 LDS5675     Aka LDS 159.                                                            Dam2016a
06225-6013 SHY  34     AB: HIP  30314 + HIP  31878. B component = C component of 05287-6527            
                       and 06380-6132.                                                         Shy2011 
                       AB: AB Dor moving group. A is PMS star.  Shaya & Olling (2011) list 5   Shy2011 
                       co-moving companions, 1 to 5.8pc separations.                           Tok2014d
                       AD: HIP  30314 + HIP  26373. D component = A component of 05369-4758            
                       = E component of 05287-6527.                                                    
06226+2647 DBR  16     DBR  93.                                                                        
06227+1314 BPM 269     [PM2000]  460119 + [PM2000]  459988.                                    Gvr2010 
06227-1757 BUP  88     bet CMa = 2 CMa = Mirzam. Prototype of its class of variable.                   
                       B is BD-17@1466.                                                                
06229+4517 LDS3698     NLTT 16424/16420                                                        Chm2004 
06229-3337 HIP  30338  Ren & Fu (2013) calculated an astrometric orbit, combining Hipparcos    Ren2013 
                       Intermediate Astrometric Data with spectroscopic elements by                    
                       Udry et al. (1998).                                                     Udr1998 
06230+2231 BU 1059     mu Gem = 13 Gem. A is an irregular variable.                                    
06233+2209 OL  207     TDS3789.                                                                        
06233-2827 WFC  34     SWR  11.                                                                        
06234+1432 J  1254     C is an Algol-type system, FI Ori.                                              
06234-0952 GAL 400     Object #232 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06234-2235 LDS 160     NLTT 16468/16466                                                        Chm2004 
06235+4717 ES 1236     V Aur. BD is +47@1291a.                                                         
06235-1246 GAL 401     Object #233 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06236+1205 BPM 270     [PM2000]  464759 + [PM2000]  464294.                                    Gvr2010 
06236+1147 BPM 271     [PM2000]  464830 + [PM2000]  464559.                                    Gvr2010 
06236-0938 JNN 270     Estimated age 1000-10000 Myr; masses 0.32 +/- 0.19 and 0.12 +/- 0.05            
                       Msun; a ~33.5 au.                                                       Jnn2014 
06237-7505 JNN  51     Although not yet confirmed to share a common proper motion, the                 
                       companion to 2MASS J06234024-7504327 is both relatively close ~0.57"            
                       and has consistent brightness and color to what should be expected for          
                       a physical companion, and is catagorized as such.                       Jnn2012 
06238+0436 STF 900     eps Mon. A is a spectroscopic binary, P = 331d? B is BD+04@1237.                
                       AB: H 3  29.                                                            MEv2010 
06239+0111 BAL1313     J 1943.                                                                         
06240-2137 B  2110     CPD-21@1254.                                                                    
06240-5242 MAM   2     alp Car = Canopus.                                                              
06241+2505 J  1942     J 2424 is identical                                                     Hei1983a
06243+6006 STF 887     STI 598.                                                                        
06243+1322 BRT1201     C component spectral type A2Va                                          AbH2000 
           ABH  45     The measures previously listed as BD, BE, BF, and BG appear to have     AbH2000 
                       been actually measured from A. All were moved and new matches made.             
06244+1119 BPM 272     [PM2000]  469241 + [PM2000]  469171.                                    Gvr2010 
06244-1613 S   518     B is BD-16@1468.                                                                
                       H 4  80.                                                                MEv2010 
06247+5940 STTA 72     AC: H 6  23.                                                            MEv2010 
06247+2503 GC 8261     Hipparcos astrometric solution adopted some elements from the orbit of  HIP1997d
                       Griffin (1986).                                                         Grf1986a
06247+2107 J   688     A = EPIC 202093968, eclipsing binary of Algol type, period 2.470 days.  Zas2015 
06247-0544 HJ   38     BDS gives 1900: 06h 17.9m, -05@40'.                                     Bu_1906 
06248+4405 GIC  57     G101-037/G101-032.  Transcription error led to this pair being entered          
                       in the WDS as 05249+4410. Giclas noted "These stars show very nearly    Gic1971 
                       the same proper motion. The separation is 1.2 degrees."                         
06248+0005 J  2427     BAL 1003.                                                                       
06249+3150 AG  111     SEI 457.                                                                Nsn2017b
06249+1424 A  2722     A = HD 44905 = EPIC 202059360, eclipsing binary of Beta Lyrae type,     .      
                       period 3.674801 days.                                                   Zas2015 
06251+1614 BPM 274     [PM2000]  472953 + [PM2000]  472934.                                    Gvr2010 
06251+1534 BPM 273     [PM2000]  472815 + [PM2000]  472067.                                    Gvr2010 
06252+0705 EVS  11     Primary is the Cepheid T Mon.                                           Evs2016a
06253+0256 BAL1693     J 2743.                                                                         
06253+0130 FIN 343     Docobo & Andrade (2013) derive a dynamical parallax of 4.61 +/- 0.16            
                       mas and component masses 2.77 +/- 0.36 and 2.32 +/- 0.30 Msun. See              
                       paper for extensive notes on this system.                               Doc2013d
06254-1406 GAL 402     Object #236 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06255+2327 BAG   5     First detected as an occultation binary by Schmidtke & Africano.        Smk1984 
                       Also known as CHR  23.                                                          
                       Calculated mass sum is 2.53 +/- 1.3 Msun, not well-constrained due to           
                       the short fraction of the orbit covered.                                Mut2010b
06255+2320 MCA  26     An occultation and interferometric binary.                                      
                       First detected as an occultation binary by Africano.                    Afr1975 
                       1979.7709: This negative result was incorrectly attributed to ADS 5103          
                       in McAlister & Hendry (1981).                                           McA1981b
06255+1213 BPM 275     [PM2000]  475095 + [PM2000]  475644.                                    Gvr2010 
06256+3648 BRT2588     ALI 322.                                                                        
06257+1625 TOR   9     Formerly known as PAN   6.                                                      
06258+3627 BRT3245     ALI 323. A is an irregular variable, KS Aur.                                    
06259+5153 STF 896     B is BD+51@1189.                                                                
06259+1747 J   900     AB are lobes of the planetary nebula PN G194.2+02.5 = HD 45043.         Skf2013 
                       As A component is a PN, the quoted magnitude is integrated flux.                
06259+1640 BPMA 26     [PM2000]  477116 + [PM2000]  475748.                                    Gvr2010 
06259+0944 OPI  11     AC: Opik (1927) measure was originally entered in the WDS incorrectly   Opi1927 
                       as 40" rather than 4'. This resulted in an incorrect component match            
                       by Harshaw (2013).                                                      Hsw2013b
06260+2800 RUC   6     AH Aur. Spectral type of resolved companion M3-5V or possibly later.    Ruc2007 
06262+1845 BU 1191     A is a spectroscopic binary, P = 6.99d. It is also one of the                   
                       brightest BY Dra-type variables known, OU Gem.                          B__1963b
06264-2908 COO 266     DAW 121.                                                                        
06265+6557 MLB1066     LDS2521.                                                                        
06265+2011 J  1823     SLE 744.                                                                        
06265-0740 JNN  52     The motion in the 2MASS J06262932-0739540 system is not yet sufficient          
                       to determine whether the two components share a common proper motion,           
                       but since the separation is small (~0.47") and colors and brightnesses          
                       of the components are consistent with expectation, it is likely that            
                       they form a physical pair. The system counts as binary in the                   
                       statistical analysis.                                                   Jnn2012 
06265-2649 HJ 3859     SWR  12.                                                                        
06266+1531 STT 140     Same as CHE  82.                                                                
06266-2108 B  2113     CPD-21@1283.                                                                    
06267-0731 STF 914     BDS 3401 probably same star. B is BD-07@1428.                                   
                       H 3  43.                                                                MEv2010 
06268+5825 S   514     5 Lyn. A is a spectroscopic binary.                                             
                       Also known as STF 894 and H VI 102.                                             
                       AC: H 6 102.                                                            MEv2010 
06273+1453 CHR 251     The classification is from Conti & Leep (1974).                         Cti1974 
                       The star was resolved in the single observation we made.                Msn1998a
06273+0532 SLE 285     There appears to be a ~36" error in the declination of the primary by           
                       Soulie (1983).                                                          Sle1983 
06274+0354 BAL2169     J 1947.                                                                         
06274+0211 BAL1694     J 1946.                                                                         
06274-2544 B   114     Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 1.50 +/- 0.27, 1.74, and 0.85 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
                       Gomez et al. (2016) derive dynamical parallax and component masses:             
                       24.21 +/- 0.20 mas, 0.797 +/- 0.003 Msun, 0.752 +/- 0.003 Msun.         Doc2016i
06275+2432 AG  112     ADS notes that Anderson's 1913 distance measure (3".36) has been        A__1932b
                       rejected.                                                               AnR1913 
06275+1124 BPM 276     [PM2000]  486225 + [PM2000]  486846.                                    Gvr2010 
06276+1721 BPM 277     [PM2000]  486731 + [PM2000]  486189.                                    Gvr2010 
06276-1112 GAL 403     Object #237 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06276-2524 BRT2874     CPD-25@1447.                                                                    
06277+0034 BAL1009     J 1948. J 1996.                                                                 
06278+2047 SHJ  70     B is BD+20@1426.                                                                
                       AB: H 5  52.                                                            MEv2010 
06280-0446 BUP  89     10 Mon.                                                                         
                       AB: H 5  14.                                                            McE2010 
06282+1712 BPM 278     [PM2000]  490130 + [PM2000]  490048.                                    Gvr2010 
06282+0516 STF 915     Variable, V648 Mon.                                                             
                       AB: H 2  89.                                                            MEv2010 
06283+3716 DBR 101     DBR 113.                                                                        
06283-0111 JNN  53     The companion that was detected in the AstraLux images has not yet              
                       been confirmed as a physical companion through common proper motion.            
                       However, the two components have nearly equal brightness and colors,            
                       and a relatively small separation of ~1.4" hence it is very likely              
                       that it is a real physical binary, and it is counted as such here for           
                       statistical purposes.                                                   Jnn2012 
06283-1303 BNS   2     FS CMa = MWC 142                                                                
06284+3116 AG  113     HJL  77.                                                                HJL1986 
                       AB: SEI 459.                                                            Nsn2017b
06284-0428 J  1949     B is BD-04@1533.                                                                
06284-0647 J  1473     OL 139 is probably identical                                            Hei1983a
06286+3030 GAA   3     RT Aur. The binary nature of this short-period Cepheid is still                 
                       uncertain, however Gallenne et al. (2015) believe they might have               
                       detected it  for the first time. See notes in that paper regarding              
                       previously published hints of binarity. Removing this possible                  
                       companion from their interferometric data, they estimated the                   
                       detection limit. They reached a minimum dynamic range of 0.47%,                 
                       corresponding to dmH> 5.8 mag. This limit excludes the presence of      .     
                       any additional companion with a spectral type earlier than F0V.         GaA2015 
06286-7854 HJ 3888     B is CPD-78@233.                                                                
06287-0240 TOR  10     Formerly known as PAN   7.                                                      
06287-3222 BU  753     Variable.                                                                       
06288-0702 STF 919     bet Mon = 11 Mon. Found double by Benedetto Castelli on 30 January              
                       1617. A,B, and C are shell stars.                                               
                       AB: H 2  17.  BC: H 1  10.                                              MEv2010 
06289-1408 GAL 404     Object #239 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06290+8210 MLR 494     AB: Also known as TDS3864.                                                      
06290+2013 BTZ   1     Aa,Ab: nu Gem = 18 Gem. Probably a spectroscopic binary, now resolved.          
                       1975.780: Oblate correlation peak, under very poor seeing.              Bla1977a
                       A negative result on 1979.7709, incorrectly attributed to ADS 5103 in           
                       McAlister & Hendry (1981), actually belongs to HR 2304.                 McA1981b
                       Aa,Ab: Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and                  
                       spectroscopic masses 7.03 +/- 2.32, 8.95, and 4.79 Msun, respectively.  Mlk2012 
           BU 1192     Ba,Bb: Round 1955 (Van Biesbroeck and Finsen) but uncertain whether     VBs9999 
                       measures pertain to Ba,Bb or Aa,Ab.                                     Fin1956a
06291+4131 FAR   5     Primary is white dwarf WD 0625+415 = GD 74.                             Far2005b
06291-0311 TOR  11     Formerly known as PAN   8.                                                      
06291-4022 DUN  29     B is CD-40@2487.                                                                
06292+0239 BAL1695     KUI.                                                                            
06293+3439 MLB1047     ES 2467 is identical                                                    Hei1980a
06293-0248 B  2601     Ross 614, aka GJ 234. Possibly first resolved by van den Bos.           B__1951a
                       Good resolved solution with the aid of scattered visual and IR speckle          
                       observations. Mass-ratio calculated from pc orbit size.                         
                       Star B is the flare star V577 Mon; star A is also suspected to flare.           
                       Lippincott (1955) orbit is based on the astrometric elements            Lip1955 
                       combined with Baade's observation of the companion in 1955.                     
                       Combined solution from astrometry, spectroscopy, and parallax.                  
                       See Baize & Petit (1989) catalog of doubles with variable component.    Baz1989d
                       1986.952: combination of NS and EW 1-D IR speckle data for 1986.952     Cpb1994 
                       1991.896: combination of data from 1991.894 and 1991.897                Cpb1994 
                       1992.143: combination of data from 1992.141 -- 1992.146                 Cpb1994 
                       Solution includes mass and orbital parallax determination.              Sgr2000 
                       AB: Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and                     
                       spectroscopic masses 0.30 +/- 0.02, 0.27, and 0.41 Msun, respectively.  Mlk2012 
06296+7258 HJ 2309     See note in ADS.                                                        A__1932b
                       AC: Additional notes may be found in Heintz (1963).                     Hei1963b
06296-0231 TOR  12     Formerly known as PAN   9.                                                      
06297-4649 LDS 163     TSN  76.                                                                        
06298-5014 R    65     AB and CD form the multiple system DUN 30 (12").                                
                       Difficult a/e/i- correlation, more obs needed.                                  
06299+0707 STT 142     The primary is a spectroscopic binary. The pair formerly listed as              
                       J 2004 appears to be identical, with distance doubled.                          
06300+1507 BPM 279     [PM2000]  499321 + [PM2000]  498872.                                    Gvr2010 
06300-1056 GAL 405     Object #241 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06300-1840 DE0630-18   DENIS J063001.4-184014. Primary is M8.5, secondary is probably a                
                       massive brown dwarf.                                                    SaJ2015 
06302+1807 BPM 280     [PM2000]  500040 + [PM2000]  500281.                                    Gvr2010 
06302+1116 BPM 281     [PM2000]  500138 + [PM2000]  500537.                                    Gvr2010 
06302-2228 BRT1388     CD-22@3140.                                                                     
06303-5252 TOK 435     Aa,Ab: HIP 30995 is an SB2 according to GCS. The new companion at 0".2          
                       with dI = 4.1~mag is unlikely to correspond to the SB2, so the system           
                       is probably triple.                                                     Tok2015c
06305+2940 DAE   9     WSP  12. WASP-12. Bergfors et al (2013) estimate spectral types G0V     Brg2013 
                       and K0-M0V. WASP-12b is one of the largest and hottest transiting               
                       planets; period 1.09d. Bergfors 6 is a point source ~3 mags fainter,            
                       at a separation of 1". Based on color, the companion is an M0-M1 main-          
                       sequence star. Relative photometry suggests Bergfors 6 is ~50% closer           
                       to Earth than is WASP-12, and that their consistent radial velocities           
                       are coincidental. If Bergfors 6 is a binary M dwarf system near                 
                       conjunction, however, it could lie at a similar distance to WASP-12             
                       and the system could be gravitationally bound.                          Csf2012 
           BEC   1     BC: Bechter et al. (2014) resolved the 1" companion to WASP 12 into 2           
                       ~equal magnitude stars, separated by 84 mas. Both components appear to          
                       be physically associated with the primary. Spectral types of B and C            
                       components M3V, masses 0.38 +/- 0.05 and 0.37 +/- 0.05 Msun.            Bec2014 
06305+0420 STF 920     AB: H 3  98.                                                            MEv2010 
06305-1457 HJ 3864     KL CMa, Algol (EA) type eclipsing binary, P = 1.76222 d.                Zas2011 
06306-0205 LDS5677     LDS6198.                                                                        
06307+2025 JRN  29     AC = SLE 756.                                                                   
06308+5810 STT 562     6 Lyn. B is BD+58@933.                                                          
                       Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components               
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
06308+3811 COU1874     TDS3883.                                                                        
06310+5351 STF 908     STI2145.                                                                        
06310+5003 BWL  21     Colors and/or astrometry are inconsistent with a late-type common               
                       proper motion companion based on visual inspection of the field from            
                       2MASS, SDSS, DSS1, and/or DSS2. Primary is GJ 3395.                     Bwl2015 
06311+2143 WEI  12     BDS 3400 is the same star?                                                      
06311-3817 SWR  13     CPM pair                                                                Skf2004 
06312+1656 STT 143     A is a spectroscopic binary.                                                    
06312+1115 STF 921     B is BD+11@1205.                                                                
                       H N   2.                                                                MEv2010 
06312+0956 A  2816     Primary is V727 Mon, a Beta Lyr type eclipsing binary, P = 0.79848d.    Zas2012 
06312-1039 GAL 406     Object #245 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06314+1646 BPM 282     [PM2000]  504691 + [PM2000]  504499.                                    Gvr2010 
06315+6244 STI 606     Aka ES 1890.                                                                    
06315+0212 BAL1697     J 1952.                                                                         
06316+2343 POU1398     POU1400.                                                                        
06317+0546 STF 926     AB: H 3  75.                                                            MEv2010 
06319+4542 ARG  14     Also known as WFC  36.                                                          
06319+0457 GAN   3     A is a Beta CMa-type variable.                                                  
           SLE 293     AI: H 6  65.                                                            MEv2010 
06319+0039 GIC  62     G106-055/G108-010.                                                              
06319-0938 A   670     Rapid direct motion.                                                            
06319-2325 SEE  68     zet 1 CMa. A is a Beta CMa-type variable.                                       
                       The A component is a Beta Cep pulsating star with a 0.21d period.       IAU2014d
06319-3245 JSP 105     CPD-32@1200.                                                                    
06320+3432 GIC  63     AB = G103-036AB.                                                                
                       AB: NLTT 16624/16625                                                    Chm2004 
06320-5845 HJ 3874     mu Pic                                                                          
06321+0458 STF 927     AB: Incorrectly identified as H 2  37 in BDS. Error noted by MacEvoy.   McE2010 
                       Algol (EA) type eclipsing binary, P = 3.094 d.                          Zas2011 
06321-0006 GAU3871     RST 4811.                                                                       
06322+0833 GCB  69     Not found by Heintz, who thinks in may be nearby J   692.               Hei1995 
06322+0639 EVS   5     Classical Cepheid CS Mon.                                                       
06322+0450 TRN  20     The image rotator was in an unknown state, so two possible theta                
                       values are listed for the 2001.8661 observation - one for zenith up             
                       and one for north up.                                                   Trn2008 
06322-6519 HD 47121    Hipparcos astrometric solution assumed circular orbit (e = omega = 0)   HIP1997d
06323+1747 STF 924     BDS 3424 probably same star. Spectrum of B: F6IV/V.                             
                       The A component is an occultation double.                                       
                       AB: H 4  28.                                                            MEv2010 
                       Toyota et al. (2009) monitored the RV of both the Aa and B components           
                       every 1-2 months between 2003 Mar - 2007 Nov, using a high-dispersion           
                       echelle (precision ~10 m/s).  The Aa component is a suggested SB                
                       (Wright et al. 2003 AJ 125, 359). Observed RVs varied betwwen -400 and          
                       +280 m/s, but showed no significant periodic variation. B exhibits              
                       rapid rotation, so RV could not be measured to high precision.          Toy2009 
06323+0543 J   661     Aka J  1957.                                                            J__1953b
06324+1627 BPM 283     [PM2000]  508893 + [PM2000]  508685.                                    Gvr2010 
06324+1312 AG  326     1894: No companion seen. 1903: Probably double but too close to                 
                       measure. Heintz finds a faint companion at 4@, 12th mag., which does    Hei1967b
                       not fit the AG description.                                                     
06324+0110 J  2022     RST 5235. BAL 1316. J 1955 has been abandoned.                                  
06325+1720 VAS   8     VSK   2.                                                                        
06325+1539 BPMA 27     [PM2000]  509309 + [PM2000]  510100.                                    Gvr2010 
06325-1946 B  1959     CPD-19@1324.                                                                    
06327+2053 HJ 2320     H N 141.                                                                MEv2010 
06327+1716 VAS   9     VSK   3.                                                                        
06328-1110 CHR 129     Hipparcos astrometric solution adopted some elements from the orbit of  HIP1997d
                       McClure (1983).                                                         Mcr1983 
06330+0851 SLE 534     The close pair 06328+0851 J  2745 was found to be part of this system,          
                       sharing a primary. It was moved to this more-correct WDS designation            
                       as the AD pair.                                                                 
06332+2517 HJ  392     B is BD+25@1318.                                                                
06332+1719 ARN 103     H 5  71.                                                                MEv2010 
06332+0528 SLE 299     Pair bound. Primary is planet host star. Colors of B component                  
                       consistent with late-K / early-M, mass 0.58 +/- 0.02 Msun               Egn2007 
06332-0724 BRT 379     J 1462.                                                                         
06333+2342 POU1427     GCB 72.                                                                         
06333+1226 GCB  70     J  2023.                                                                Nsn2016 
06333-1213 ALD  30     BRT 2652.                                                                       
06335+4822 UC 1450     AB: CPM candidate does not pass photometry test; likely optical.        Tok2013c
                       AB: A is SB1, P=490.5d. UC_1450 colors do not match.                    Tok2014d
           RAO  80     Another triple where the inner SB with a period of 1.3 yr (D. Latham            
                       2012, private communication) has a tertiary companion discovered with           
                       Robo-AO and seen in an archival 2MASS image. This component is located          
                       above the MS, but its photometry has large errors. Its status remains           
                       indeterminate because the PM(A) is only 0".053/y and we do not have a           
                       sufficiently long time base. A wider pair (AB = UC 1450 at 53") was             
                       identified as a common PM pair (Hartkopf et al. 2013), however, the     UC_2013b
                       colors we find here implies it is optical. Crowding is moderate.                
                       Possibly the preferred motion of background stars accidentally matches          
                       the slow PM of A.                                                       Rbr2015d
06335+2444 POU1431     Aka POU1449.                                                                    
06335+1658 VAS  10     VSK   4.                                                                        
06336-1207 HU   43     Position and BD number corrected by Heintz.                             Hei1987a
06337+1534 BPM 284     [PM2000]  514202 + [PM2000]  513791.                                    Gvr2010 
06341+2347 POU1459     POU 1460.                                                                       
06341+2207 S   524     AB: B is BD+22@1384.                                                            
                       AB: HJL  78.                                                            HJL1986 
                       AB: SHY 499. Bayesian analysis by Shaya & Olling (2011) indicates very  Shy2011 
                       high (near 100%) probability pair is physical.                                  
                       AB: H 5 112.                                                            MEv2010 
06342+2133 J  1094     TDS3932.                                                                        
06343+3805 STT 147     B is BD+38@1524.                                                                
06343-1229 GAL 407     Object #246 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06344+1445 STF 932     A premature orbit has been computed.                                            
06345+5521 BQ Lyn      Ren & Fu (2013) calculated an astrometric orbit, combining Hipparcos    Ren2013 
                       Intermediate Astrometric Data with spectroscopic elements by                    
                       Griffin (2002).                                                         Grf2002c
06345+0420 BAL2672     The measure of Couteau probably has the quadrant reversed. It was       Cou1963a
                       entered as a new pair at Lick.                                          IDS1963 
06345-1115 HO  235     BRT3196.                                                                Brt1951 
06346+0821 SLE 538     AC: There is apparently a ~20" error in the declination of the C                
                       component in the Soulie (1986) measure.                                 Sle1986b
                       AD appears to be a measure of AB, with a ~40" error in the                      
                       declination of the secondary by Soulie.                                 Sle1986b
06346+0413 LEN   1     AB: [LHR84] RAFGL 961 W/E. Luminous YSO in SW rim of Rosette nebula.    Alv2004 
06347-0836 A   508     Primary is V730 Mon, an eccentric Algol-type eclipsing binary, with             
                       period 1.57232d.                                                        Zas2011 
06348+0819 BRT2120     Also known as J   264.                                                          
06348+0734 STF 938     14 Mon.                                                                         
06348-0610 A   507     AB,C: This connects the pair to BD-06@1616.                                     
06349+0926 SLE 539     Soulie's published coordinates appear to be in error.                   Sle1986b
06350+1520 EVS  12     Primary is the Cepheid W Gem.                                           Evs2016a
06352+0100 BAL1318     J 1961.                                                                         
06353+4746 JNN  54     2MASS J06351837+4745366 is an unconfirmed binary with regards to                
                       common proper motion. Since the brightness and color of the companion           
                       is consistent with expectation, we count it as binary in the                    
                       statistical analysis.                                                   Jnn2012 
06353-0250 BAL  64     J 2609.                                                                         
06354-0403 JNN 271     Estimated age 1000-10000 Myr; masses 0.31 +/- 0.03 and 0.14 +/- 0.01            
                       Msun; a ~2.0 au.                                                        Jnn2014 
06356+1608 BPM 285     [PM2000]  522698 + [PM2000]  523043.                                    Gvr2010 
06356-6238 FIN  74     Finsen and van den Bos both noted 4 possible components on multiple     Fin1928b
                       nights. Their note: "The existence of the components A, B, and C was    B__1928c
                       at this stage regarded as certain, while D was strongly suspected. The          
                       interpretation of the earlier measures of duplicity presents some               
                       difficulties. It is possible that the nova was simply double at that            
                       time and that the triple or quadruple chacter developed later. An               
                       alternate explanation is that the observers were able to see more               
                       detail as they grew more accustomed to the densely nebulous region."            
                       A steady increase in the AB and AC distances were noted between 1928    B__1931a
                       and 1931.                                                               Fin1931 
                       Markedly nebulous in 1932; B and C well outside it but very faint. In           
                       1933 nebulous character of A almost unnoticeable; B very faint but              
                       still measurable; C almost a glimpse objects and measures hardly                
                       better than a guess.                                                    B__1933d
                       Nova Pictoris, RR Pic. Observations of the ejecta similar to those              
                       made by Kuiper for Nova Herculis (1934).                                Kui1935b
                       Not a double star.                                                              
06357-4129 I  9001     Previously known as I  1154 1/2.                                                
06358-1212 GAL 408     Object #249 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06359+0519 STF 939     B is BD+05@1317. Spectrum of A: B0.5III-IV.                                     
06359-3605 SHY 185     AB: HIP  31509 + HIP  31547.                                                    
           RST4816     Ba,Bb: Hipparcos parallax 25.39 +/- 0.43 mas; dynamical parallax 25.5           
                       mas, masses 1.08 and 0.80 Msun. The new orbit with 14 yr period is              
                       radically different from the 28.5 yr orbit of Cvetkovic (2008), but     Cve2008b
                       closer to the three solutions proposed by Branham (2009). A large part  Bnh2009 
                       of the orbit remains unobserved.                                                
06360+0359 BAL2674     BAL2675. It appears that Baillaud's 1910.16 theta value of 152 deg      Bal1943 
                       was erroneous and should have been 360-152 = 208 deg.                           
06360-2237 BRT1390     CD-22@3251.                                                                     
06361+1541 BPMA 28     [PM2000]  525436 + [PM2000]  526168.                                    Gvr2010 
06361-2407 ARG  15     B is CD-24@4208.                                                                
06364+2717 STT 149     Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 1.71 +/- 0.49, 1.96, and 1.00 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
06364-1840 SHJ  73     nu 1 CMa = 6 CMa. H IV 81. Composite spectrum; G8III+F3IV-V.                    
                       B is BD-18@1478.                                                                
                       H 4  81.                                                                MEv2010 
06365+3827 BLL  17     A is the semiregular variable UU Aur.                                           
06365+0743 SHY 501     AC: HIP  31577 + HIP  30362. C component = A component of 06232+0854.           
06366+1755 BPM 288     [PM2000]  527780 + [PM2000]  527789.                                    Gvr2010 
06366+1628 BPM 286     [PM2000]  527469 + [PM2000]  527178.                                    Gvr2010 
06366+1439 BPM 287     [PM2000]  527745 + [PM2000]  527371.                                    Gvr2010 
06367-2237 H 2  60     H II 60.                                                                        
                       Primary is HD 47247, an Algol type eclipsing binary, P = 1.98571d.      Zas2012 
06368+4108 STF 933     H N  60.                                                                MEv2010 
06368+3654 ES  177     BC: Aka ALI 332.                                                                
06370-1919 FEN   7     Neither component seen on POSS plate; may be flaws on AC Hyderabad              
                       plate.                                                                          
06371+2444 POU1650     Position corrected.                                                             
06371+2421 POU1649     Position corrected.                                                             
06371+0304 EVS   6     Classical Cepheid CV Mon.                                                       
06372+0452 BRT2121     BAL 2677.                                                                       
06374+1618 BPM 289     [PM2000]  531542 + [PM2000]  531909.                                    Gvr2010 
06374+0608 SNA   3     Aa,Ab: The primary is the spectroscopic binary V640 Mon, aka                    
                       Plaskett's star. Period ~14.4d (Linder et al. 2008, A&A 489, 713). It           
                       is the only O-type binary known with a magnetic star.                   Sna2014 
                       The classification is from Bagnuolo & Barry (1996).                     Bgn1992 
                       We took the mass ratio from Bagnuolo et al. (1992)                      Msn1998a
06375+1520 BPM 290     [PM2000]  532258 + [PM2000]  532613.                                    Gvr2010 
06375+0134 J  2610     BC: Also known as J  2746.                                                      
06375-2303 BRT1391     ARA1656.                                                                        
06376+1211 S   529     AB: B is BD+12@1221.                                                            
                       AB: Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components           
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
06377+6129 STT 563     AB: 8 Lyn.                                                                      
06377+1624 BUP  90     gam Gem = 24 Cen = Alhena. H V 71. Elements P, T, e, and the longitude  Bey1967 
                       of periastron are from a spectroscopic orbit. Beardsley's data are              
                       inconsistent; the values of a, i, and the node given here approximate           
                       his ABFG most closely.                                                          
                       See Baize & Petit (1989) catalog of doubles with variable component.    Baz1989d
           gam Gem     Aa,Ab: Combined astrometric/spectroscopic solution. Fekel & Tomkin      Kpr1987b
                       (1993) derive a spectroscopic period of 4614.0 +/- 0.7 days, as well    Fek1993 
                       as an approximate magnitude difference of 6.0 +/- 0.5 mag in V.                 
                       An additional spectroscopic solution by Scholz et al. (1997) yielded a  Slz1997 
                       period of 4614.51 +/- 0.47; Lehmann et al. (2002) found a similar       Leh2002 
                       period and also looked for short-period variations.                             
           OCC 9011    Aa,Ab: Drummond (2014) resolves the Aa,Ab pair, previously detected             
                       only by occultation. Setting scale of the astrometric/spectroscopic             
                       orbit, and combining with the van Leeuwen (2007) Hipparcos parallax,            
                       he derives component masses 3.4 +/- 0.8 and 1.4 +/- 0.3 Msun.           Dru2014 
06377+0903 SLE 553     SLE 764.                                                                        
06378-7056 TOK 112     HIP 31692. NOMAD lists 5 components, but none fits the 2MASS PSC                
                       source at 15" which is optical anyway.                                  Tok2011a
06380-6132 I     5     AB: A = AK Pic (BY-Dra type). AB Dor moving group.                      Tok2014d
           SHY  35     AC: HIP  31711 + HIP  31878. C component = C component of 05287-6527            
                       and 06225-6013.                                                                 
                       AC: C is X-ray source.                                                  Tok2014d
                       AD: HIP  31711 + HIP  30314. D component = A component of 06225-6013.           
06381+5927 STF 923     STF 937.                                                                        
06381+2220 GIC  64     G104-050/G109-016.                                                              
                       NLTT 16769/16768                                                        Chm2004 
06381+1752 BPM 291     [PM2000]  534960 + [PM2000]  535514.                                    Gvr2010 
06383+1828 CBL 128     TOK 260.                                                                        
06383-0526 DAM1167     BRT 538.                                                                Brt1931 
06384+4848 LDS3714     G101-047. See Allen et al. (2000) for information on metallicity,       AlC2000 
                       age, galactic orbital parameters, etc.                                          
06384+2859 MCA  27     53 Aur. An occultation and interferometric binary.                              
                       Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 3.19 +/- 1.06, 4.40, and 2.57 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
06384+1730 BPMA 29     [PM2000]  536898 + [PM2000]  535918.                                    Gvr2010 
06386+0137 HD  47432   The star is a member of Mon OB2, according to Hill et al. (1986 PASP            
                       98, 1186).                                                              Msn1998a
06386-4813 DUN  31     B is CD-48@2416. A is variable.                                                 
06387+4135 STF 941     AB: H 1  84.                                                            MEv2010 
06387-4504 HJ 3882     AC: Jacob also measured the distance to 06389-4503HJ 3883 (1847.10,     Jc_1849 
                       71.12 deg, 60" est. mags 8,10), but they are not physically related so          
                       are not merged.                                                                 
06388-2255 BRT1392     CD-22@3315.                                                                     
06388-4133 SWR  14     CPM pair                                                                Skf2004 
06393+4229 BUP  92     psi 3 Aur = 52 Aur                                                              
06393+4200 STT 150     Often too close to measure. Rapid binary.                                       
                       At limit of 26inch; measure uncertain.                                  Wor1967b
06393+3135 S   528     A is an Algol-type system, AK Aur.                                              
06394-1401 GAL 409     Object #252 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06395+2436 TOK  19     Primary is 5.7d SB2.                                                    Tok2006 
06395-3240 BRT1597     Aka JSP 112.                                                                    
06396+2816 STT 152     54 Aur. A is a spectroscopic binary.                                            
                       Primary is eclipsing binary of Algol-type, period 1.8797 d.             Zas2012 
06396-2342 FIN 321     Few measures, which leave the nature of the motion uncertain.                   
06399-4305 HRG   4     Aka SKF1935.                                                                    
06401-3919 HD  48149   The classification given in Mason et al. (1998) is from Conti &         Msn1998a
                       Alschuler (1971).                                                       Cti1971 
06402+1335 J  1365     J 1827.                                                                         
06404+1602 BPM 292     [PM2000]  546196 + [PM2000]  546701.                                    Gvr2010 
06405+1629 BPM 293     [PM2000]  547001 + [PM2000]  547404.                                    Gvr2010 
06405-0331 FAB   6     The astrometry catalogues are partly confused because the position for          
                       the star east has been linked with the star NE to produce a spurious            
                       large proper motion in Tycho-2. Curiously, AC2000 misses the star NE,           
                       which has caused the problem.                                                   
06405-3912 LDS 170     UC 1467.                                                                UC_2013b
06406+0947 STF 951     The A component is an eccentric Algol-type binary, period 1.85142 day.          
                       (see 2009A&A...502..239Z). The B component is also an eclipsing                 
                       binary, period unknown.                                                 Zas2011 
06406+0217 J  1967     BAL 1704.                                                                       
06408-0040 J  2006     BAL 702.                                                                        
06409+1547 BPM 294     [PM2000]  548668 + [PM2000]  548515.                                    Gvr2010 
06409+1344 BPM 295     [PM2000]  548798 + [PM2000]  549055.                                    Gvr2010 
06410+0954 STF 950     A is an irregular variable, S Mon.                                              
                       While not as complex as STF 484/485, a similar method clarified                 
                       numerous ambiguities. CHR 168Aa,Ab; STF 950AB; AC; AD; AE; AF; AK; FG;          
                       and D    11Ea,Eb are all unchanged.                                             
                                                                                                       
                       STF 950AS   ---> STF 950AO                                                      
                       D    11Eb   ---> D    11EH                                                      
                       JRN  31Ec   ---> JRN  31EI                                                      
                       JRN  31Ed   ---> JRN  31EJ                                                      
                       STF 950FS   ---> STF 950FO                                                      
                       STF 950GS   ---> STF 950GO                                                      
                       STF 950     ---> STF 950AH (formerly STF 950A to D    11b)                      
                       STF 950     ---> STF 950AM (formerly STF 950A to STF 952A)                      
                       STF 952AB   ---> STF 952MN                                                      
                       DOB   7AC   ---> STF 950MK                                                      
                       DOB   7BC   ---> STF 950NK                                                      
                       JRN  30CD   ---> STF 950KD                                                      
                       JRN  30CE   ---> JRN  30KL                                                      
                       Note that the WDS coordinate for STF 952 (as well as other                      
                       associated pairs) has been changed to that of STF 950.                          
           CHR 168     A component is an irregular variable, S Mon. See Gies (1993) for        Gie1993 
                       classification of the speckle companion. The spectroscopic orbit and            
                       current periastron passage of Aa are discussed by Gies (1997).          Gie1997 
                       The B component was observed and appeared to be single.                         
                       Classifications of the B, C, D,and E components are from Hoffleit &     Hof1991 
                       Warren (1991), who list the E component as a close pair.                Msn1998a
                       Aa,Ab: Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and                  
                       spectroscopic masses 3.58 +/- 1.59, 17.32, 38.90 Msun, respectively.    Mlk2012 
           STF 950     AC: H 3  46.                                                            MEv2010 
           JRN  31     AJ: Also known as SMR   9AR.                                                    
           JRN  31     AI: Also known as SMR   9AS.                                                    
           JRN  31     JI: Also known as SMR   9RS.                                                    
           JRN  30     AL: Also known as SMR   9AQ.                                                    
06410+0215 J   596     J 2007.                                                                         
06411+0111 HJ 2335     BAL 1323.                                                                       
06412+1601 BPM 296     [PM2000]  550102 + [PM2000]  549799.                                    Gvr2010 
06412+0928 STF 954     Spectrum of B: B9V.                                                             
                       AB: H N 103.                                                            MEv2010 
           HER  15     GH: Primary of 06411+0928 found to be G component of 06412+0928;                
                       systems merged.  Additional notes may be found in Herbig (1962).        Her1962 
06412+0926 HER  16     Additional notes may be found in Herbig (1962).                         Her1962 
06412+0859 STF 953     H 3 114.                                                                MEv2010 
06412-0759 PRT9001     Previously known as PRT   1.                                                    
06413+2812 HJ  397     25 Gem.                                                                         
06414+2336 POU1883     This is the same as FOX  11.                                                    
06414+0944 STF3117     Primary is an EA type eclipsing binary, period unknown (see                     
                       2009A&A...502..239Z).                                                   Zas2011 
06415+2436 POU1891     Also known as J  1968.                                                          
06415+0950 STF3118     BDS 3565 probably same star.                                                    
06416+3556 HR 2452     Orbit determined by fitting revised Hipparcos intermediate astrometric          
                       data. Derived component masses 1.28 +/- 0.06 and 1.21 +/- 0.04 Msun.    Ren2010 
06416+1010 CHN  23     Additional notes may be found in Herbig (1962).                         Her1962 
06417+1145 BPM 297     [PM2000]  552581 + [PM2000]  552969.                                    Gvr2010 
06418+3041 A   218     Three possible orbit solutions by Heintz (1997).                        Hei1997 
                       Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 4.63 +/- 3.16, 2.46, and 1.20 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
06419+1558 BPM 298     [PM2000]  553280 + [PM2000]  553142.                                    Gvr2010 
06421+0315 HO  237     Hough notes an additional companion S 13' and following 1m 3s           Ho_1890 
                       (corresponding to theta=130deg, rho=20.4'). This companion is the 6th           
                       magnitude star HD 48348.                                                        
06422+1557 BPM 299     [PM2000]  554962 + [PM2000]  555283.                                    Gvr2010 
06422+1552 BPM 300     [PM2000]  555301 + [PM2000]  555715.                                    Gvr2010 
06422-0035 BAL 708     Aka BAL 710.                                                                    
06423+1444 BPM 301     [PM2000]  555522 + [PM2000]  555397.                                    Gvr2010 
06423+1140 BPM 302     [PM2000]  555934 + [PM2000]  556124.                                    Gvr2010 
06423+0334 GIC  65     G108-021/G108-022 = GJ 3404A+3405B.                                             
06423-0048 J  2024     BAL 707. GAU.                                                                   
06423-2250 BRT1393     CD-22@3396. TDS4047.                                                            
06424+1739 26 Gem      Hipparcos astrometric solution assumed circular orbit (e = omega = 0)   HIP1997d
06425+6612 MLR 318     A premature orbit has been calculated.                                          
                       omega corrected from 309.0 to 129.0 by Ruymaekers & Nys (1995)          Ruy1995 
06425+3902 ES 2097     The real ES 2097 is actually the known pair 06437+3911BRT2216.          Dam2015c
06425+2320 FOX 149     Aka POU1924 and POU1931.                                                        
06425-2044 HDO  85     HDO  84                                                                         
06426+6102 LDS2522     LDS5194.                                                                        
06426+3955 HDS 930     Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 1.22 +/- 0.40, 1.79, and 1.05 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
06426+1651 BPMA 30     [PM2000]  557570 + [PM2000]  557964.                                    Gvr2010 
06426-0934 GAL 410     Object #254 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06426-1046 GAL 411     Object #255 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06427-1257 GAL 412     Object #256 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06427-2155 B  2121     CPD-21@1431.                                                                    
06428+1458 BPM 304     [PM2000]  558619 + [PM2000]  558635.                                    Gvr2010 
06428+0953 BPM 303     [PM2000]  558110 + [PM2000]  558560.                                    Gvr2010 
06428-4051 I  9002     Previously known as I  1156 1/2.                                                
06428-5027 HJ 3889     B is CD-50@2356.                                                                
06429+1634 BPM 305     [PM2000]  558826 + [PM2000]  559260.                                    Gvr2010 
06429-5507 I   480     Aka R    68.                                                                    
06431+1618 BPM 306     [PM2000]  560000 + [PM2000]  559460.                                    Gvr2010 
06435+0341 BAL2187     First valid measure is by Heintz. The measure by Baillaud may actually  Dam2016d
                       be 06321+0300BAL2176.                                                           
06437+3911 BRT2216     ALI 1078.                                                                       
                       Aka ES 2097.                                                            Dam2015c
06438+0034 J  1970     BAL 1022.                                                                       
06439+2512 BRT3277     Originally published as BRT 143.                                        Brt1928 
06439+2508 S   533     eps Gem = 27 Gem = Mebsuta. B is BD+25@1407.                                    
                       H 6  73.                                                                MEv2010 
06439-5434 HDS 934     Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 2.33 +/- 0.86, 1.82, and 0.85 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
06439-5435 WFC  41     SWR  15. CPM pair                                                       Skf2004 
06440+1314 LAM   3     30 Gem.                                                                         
06440+0729 J   666     There is a 14th magnitude star 8" np C.                                         
06440-0941 GAL 413     Object #257 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06441+0007 J  1972     BAL 1024.                                                                       
06442-5442 DUN  34     B is CPD-54@1096.                                                               
06443+4037 STT 154     B is BD+40@1697.                                                                
06445-3104 HDO 197     10 CMa. A is the variable FT CMa.                                               
06446-1516 GAL 414     Object #259 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06447-0002 BAL1027     BAL 1029.                                                                       
06448+3249 LDS5681     NLTT 16919/16918                                                        Chm2004 
06448+1215 BPM 307     [PM2000]  569455 + [PM2000]  568924.                                    Gvr2010 
06448+1012 BPM 308     [PM2000]  569484 + [PM2000]  568894.                                    Gvr2010 
06448+0241 BAL1712     J 2752.                                                                         
06448+0019 GAU4234     BAL 1030.                                                                       
06449-0027 BAL 717     No star at primary location - plate flaw or typo in AC catalog.                 
06450+1543 BPM 310     [PM2000]  570597 + [PM2000]  570506.                                    Gvr2010 
06450+1211 BPM 309     [PM2000]  570370 + [PM2000]  570701.                                    Gvr2010 
06450+1107 BPM 312     [PM2000]  570896 + [PM2000]  571332.                                    Gvr2010 
06450+1043 BPM 311     [PM2000]  570788 + [PM2000]  571133.                                    Gvr2010 
06450+0243 BAL1714     Appears to be the lost AG  120 with a 1d error in declination.          Dam2013 
06451-1643 AGC   1     AB: Sirius = alp CMa = 9 CMa.                                                   
                       Bessel, in 1834, notes that the proper motion was variable and, in his          
                       letter to Humboldt, stated that "..Procyon and Sirius are genuine               
                       binary systems, each consisting of a visible and an invisible star."            
                       Not quite invisible, this large dm pair consisting of a main sequence           
                       A star and a white dwarf was first resolved by Alvan G. Clark on 31             
                       January 1862 in the process of of testing the 18.5" refractor. See              
                       notes by Burnham and Aitken.                                            Bu_1906 
                       The separation for the 1862.275 measurement by Lassell is reported as   Lsl1862 
                       4.92". This is clearly incorrect and not consistent with measurements           
                       by other observers. WDS catalogers assume an factor of 2 error and              
                       correct separation to 9.84".                                                    
                       Otto Struve lists a measurement of Sirius in 1861.21. However, this     Stt1893a
                       predates the discovery of the companion Sirius B by A. Clark and his            
                       son on 1962 Jan 31 and the first formal measurement by G. P. Bond on            
                       1862 February 7. Comparing the uncorrected PA and separation in                 
                       Struve's table in 1893 with the measurements published by Struve, we    Stt1864 
                       suspect that 1861.21 is a typo and should refer to the observation on           
                       1863-Mar-16.                                                                    
                       Companion almost hidden behind secondary mirror diffraction ray from            
                       Sirius B was never observed at these position angles until the early    Sea1882 
                       20th century. We suspect that this is a clerical error and that the             
                       measurements pertain to another system.                                         
                       For the 1882.988 measurement the PA is listed as 41.6 deg and is        Bu_1883 
                       40.6 in another.                                                        Bu_1883b
                       Many of the recovery observations of Sirius B following the periastron          
                       passage after 1890 are doubtful. The recovery observations made by      See1896d
                       See, Douglass, and Cogshall at Lowell Observatory from 1896.668 to      Dgl1896 
                       1896.695 were taken in the morning shortly before sunrise when Sirius   Cog1896a
                       was low in the sky. See notes that the mean position angle of 220 deg           
                       at 5.10" is about 30 deg behind its predicted location and the sep              
                       sep is larger than expected based on previous orbit fit. Aitken and     A__1896d
                       Schaeberle reported measurements between 1896.814-1897.027 made from    Shb1897a
                       Lick Observatory at a significantly different mean position angle of            
                       189 deg and 3.7". Both Aitken and Schaeberle comment that neither of            
                       them saw a star at the position reported by Dr. See. Following the              
                       contradictory reports, Stimson J. Brown  published observations from    Brs1896 
                       his logbook that were taken earlier in March 1896 at the USNO. The              
                       position angle is similar to the values reported by Aitken, but the             
                       separation is about 1" larger. Brown notes that the observations were           
                       taken under challenging conditions and he did not have much confidence          
                       in their reliability. See later refuted his earlier measurements        See1897e
                       after unsuccessfully searching for the companion while observing from           
                       Mexico and then successfully detecting the companion at a pa of 175 deg         
                       and 4.6" in September 1897 at Lowell. He writes, "The erroneous                 
                       conclusion to which I was led last year seems to have arisen from a             
                       very unusual and entirely unexpected cause, of which we need not                
                       speak here..."  In hindsight, See also reported in that publication,            
                       two observations from April 1895 that he initially did not think were           
                       worthy of announcing. The difficulty in attempting to find Sirius B             
                       using the Lick Observatory 36 inch in February and March of 1896 was            
                       described by William J. Hussey.                                         Hu_1896 
                       See1900d and Brs1900d measures : "All of the observations have been     See1900d
                       thoroughly checked.  A number of errors were discovered in the earlier  Brs1900d
                       reductions and corrected.  These reductions have also been slighty      See1911 
                       changed by the adoption of a later and better determined value of a     Brs1911a
                       revolution of the micrometer screw.  This will account for small                
                       discrepanacies between the results published here and those previously          
                       published in the astronomical periodicals."                                     
                       For the 1904.186 measuremment by T. Lewis, the title of the article,    L__1904 
                       text, and first page of the data table all refer to observations taken          
                       in 1904. Subsequent pages of the data table (including the page that            
                       Sirius is listed on) list an epoch of 1903. However, this is probably a         
                       typo, so date corrected the date to be in 1904.                                 
                       Sirius A.                                                               B__1959a
                       Hipparcos astrometric solution adopted some elements from the orbit of  HIP1997d
                       Gatewood & Gatewood (1978).                                             Gat1978 
                       AB: Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and                     
                       spectroscopic masses 3.08 +/- 0.42, 2.46, and 2.19 Msun, respectively.  Mlk2012 
                       BC: Suspected by Fox in 1920, also reported by Innes, van den Bos, and  A__1932a
                       Finsen. Other observers fail to confirm duplicity of B. Single 1945,    B__1929a
                       1946, 1949, 1950. Recovered by Popovic in 1975 at approximately the     Fin1929a
                       the same position as the 1929 resolutions. If these are periodic, the   Pop1977b
                       next approximate time for resolution is 2020. Therefore, since we               
                       believe the detections of C to be real, but likely of a background              
                       optical interloper,  BC carries a "U" code and not an "X" code.                 
                       However, very compelling argument that this is a chance allignment of   Lec2000 
                       a non-physical background star appearing close to Sirius AB is the              
                       1920-30 time period is now assumed.                                             
                       Time displacement residuals over a period of 6.8y are linear ruling     Ldb1973 
                       out a 6.4y perturbation with an amplitude of 0.14". There is no                 
                       evidence of a close companion with this nature associated with Sirius.          
                       Otto Struve corrected his measurements for systematic errors by         Stt1893a
                       measuring artificial double stars. He provided both the original and            
                       corrected measures of the separation and position angle for the                 
                       companion of Sirius. Aitken cautions that the variance of the angles    A__1935f
                       and distances compared with other observers is often larger for                 
                       Struve's corrected values. However in the case of Struve's measurements         
                       of the companion of Sirius, Bond et al. mean residuals in the position  BdH2017 
                       angle improved when using the corrected values, while the residuals in          
                       separation did not change significantly, so the corrected values are            
                       reported here.                                                                  
                       For the photographic observations by Lindenblad, tables are given for   Ldb1970 
                       the raw individual measures, while only the mean measures are corrected Ldb1973 
                       for emulsion contraction. The average time span covered by these mean           
                       measures is ~ 70 nights, so we used Lindenblad's tabulated scale        BdH2017 
                       corrections to compute corrected separations and position angles for            
                       the individual measurements. We then took the mean for plates taken on          
                       the same night, reducing the number of individual measurements from 157         
                       down to 77 measurements on unique dates.                                        
                       X coded van Albada (1962) measures corrected for emulsion contraction.  vAb1971 
                       Jasinta & Hidayat (1999) did not correct these epochs for emulsion      Jas19995
                       contraction.                                                                    
                       Measure of Anton corrected in a later publication.                      Ant2010 
                                                                                               Ant2012 
                       Schroeder measure re-reducted and corrected in Bond Table 2.            Shd2011 
                                                                                               BdH2017 
                       Sirius A mass is 2.063+/-0.023 \msun with an age of 242+/-5 Myr,        BdH2017 
                       a radius of 1.7144+/-0.0090 \rsun, luminosity of 24.74+/-0.70 \lsun,            
                       and Teff of 9845+/-64 K. Sirius B mass is 1.018+/-0.011 \msun,                  
                       an age of 224(+34-19) Myr, a radius of 0.008098+/-0.000046 \rsun,               
                       luminosity of  0.02448+/-0.00033 \lsun and Teff of 25,369+/-46 K.               
06451-2047 HDO  87     ARA 870.                                                                        
06452-3512 RST5247     Spectrum: A2/3(m)F0-F2/3.                                                       
06454-3148 EHR   9     All three components appear to be comoving.                             Ehr2010 
06455+2922 A   122     A premature orbit has been computed.                                            
06455+1618 BPM 313     [PM2000]  573589 + [PM2000]  572969.                                    Gvr2010 
06455+0424 J  2434     BAL 2700.                                                                       
06455-3057 HJ 3891     This is the variable HP CMa.                                                    
06456+5420 A  1735     Rapid retrograde motion, but few measures.                                      
06456+1332 BPM 314     [PM2000]  574252 + [PM2000]  574343.                                    Gvr2010 
06456-0521 BRT 383     J  3337.                                                                Nsn2016 
06457-2041 HJ 2341     B is BD-20@1548.                                                                
06458+0230 V505 Mon    Ren & Fu (2013) calculated an astrometric orbit, combining Hipparcos    Ren2013 
                       Intermediate Astrometric Data with spectroscopic elements by                    
                       Mayer et al. (2001).                                                    MyP1997 
06458-0225 BAL  75     J 1476.                                                                         
06460+1551 BPM 315     [PM2000]  576489 + [PM2000]  575939.                                    Gvr2010 
06461+3233 LDS6201     HIP 32423. See Allen et al. (2000) for information on metallicity,      AlC2000 
                       age, galactic orbital parameters, etc.                                          
                       NLTT 16948/16950                                                        Chm2004 
06461+1344 BPM 316     [PM2000]  576771 + [PM2000]  577056.                                    Gvr2010 
06461-0233 BAL  77     J 1477.                                                                         
06462+7934 LOU   1     CPM pair, discovered using data from 2MASS and WISE. Loutrel et al.             
                       (2011) determine a spectral type for the secondary of L9 +/- 1, with            
                       Teff 1360 +50/-80K and mass 0.064 +0.008/-0.019 Msun.                   Lou2011 
06462+5927 STF 948     12 Lyn. A premature orbit has been computed.                                    
                       AB: H 1   6.  AC: H 3  22.                                              MEv2010 
06462+1438 BPM 317     [PM2000]  577722 + [PM2000]  577795.                                    Gvr2010 
06462+1259 J  2592     Same measure was published as J 2594.                                           
06462+0256 BAL2193     2013 measure seems to be of 06463+0311BAL2194.                          Smh2016 
                                                                                               Dam2016d
06463+0811 J   268     J 2026.                                                                         
06465+3611 HJ 3284     Aka ALI 338.                                                                    
06465+1359 BPM 318     [PM2000]  579367 + [PM2000]  579861.                                    Gvr2010 
06466+1550 BPM 319     [PM2000]  579684 + [PM2000]  579507.                                    Gvr2010 
06466-0231 BAL  78     J 1478.                                                                         
06467+4335 SHJ  75     56 Aur = psi 5 Aur. STTA 78 = H 5 107. B is BD+43@1596.                         
                       AB: Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components           
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
06467+1407 BPM 320     [PM2000]  580730 + [PM2000]  581270.                                    Gvr2010 
06468+1300 J  2593     See JO 27, page 5. 1914.09, 150@, 2.5", 9.5-9.7.                                
                       Probably J  2437.                                                       Nsn2016 
06471+1526 BPM 321     [PM2000]  582804 + [PM2000]  583521.                                    Gvr2010 
06473+1027 BPM 322     [PM2000]  583917 + [PM2000]  583681.                                    Gvr2010 
06474+1812 STT 156     Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 8.51 +/- 3.94, 5.18, and 2.09 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
06475-2834 RSS   6     This previously uncataloged double star was a Hipparcos double entry            
                       system.  The first measure is determined from the individual positions          
                       listed by Rousseau et al.                                               Rss1996 
06475-7651 HJ 3911     B is CPD-76@423.                                                                
06477+1347 BPM 323     [PM2000]  586279 + [PM2000]  585801.                                    Gvr2010 
06477+0827 J  2438     also known as HEI 707.                                                          
06478+1534 BPM 324     [PM2000]  586890 + [PM2000]  587433.                                    Gvr2010 
06478+0020 STT 157     Quadrant noted as definite on first and last night. Yet no change can           
                       have taken place since Rabe's and Baize's measures in 1938 and 1942.    VBs1954 
                       Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 14.45 +/- 8.14, 4.44, and 2.09 Msun, respectively.            Mlk2012 
06478-1143 STF 970     B is BD-11@1637.                                                                
06478-2210 HDO  90     Listed as a new double in 1881.20, but no measurement given.            HdO1882a
06479+0225 18 Mon      Hipparcos astrometric solution adopted some elements from the orbit of  HIP1997d
                       Griffin (1984).                                                         Grf1984d
06480-0045 GAU4355     BAL 723.                                                                        
06481-0948 A  1056     A premature orbit has been computed.                                            
06482+5542 STF 958     A has variable proper motion. B is a spectroscopic binary.                      
                       AB: H 2  72.                                                            MEv2010 
06482+1407 BPM 325     [PM2000]  589478 + [PM2000]  589667.                                    Gvr2010 
06482+0927 J  2435     Aka CMR   1.                                                                    
06483+4105 H 2  71     Aka H 2  71 or H II 71. STF 961 rej. Durchmusterung number quoted by    Bu_1906 
                       Burnham (BD+41 1532) was incorrect, resulting in incorrect WDS                  
                       coordinates.                                                                    
06483+1408 BPM 327     [PM2000]  590067 + [PM2000]  590021.                                    Gvr2010 
06483+1154 BPM 326     [PM2000]  589702 + [PM2000]  589729.                                    Gvr2010 
06483-1520 STF 972     BC: Probable rapid motion, but few measures.                                    
                       A,BC: Additional notes may be found in van den Bos (1963).              B__1963b
06484+1600 BPM 328     [PM2000]  590406 + [PM2000]  589973.                                    Gvr2010 
06485+1010 ARG  64     B is BD+10@1277.                                                                
06485-0018 GAU4375     BAL 725. J 2439.                                                                
06487+0737 A  2731     HIP 32650. See Allen et al. (2000) for information on metallicity,      AlC2000 
                       AB: Prieur et al. (2012) derive a dynamical parallax of 17.1 mas and            
                       (using their orbital elements and the revised Hipparcos parallax of             
                       van Leeuwen 2007 A&A 474, 653) a total mass 1.5 +/- 1.6 Msun.           Pru2012 
           LDS5686     age, galactic orbital parameters, etc.                                          
06489+1720 BPM 329     [PM2000]  593319 + [PM2000]  592831.                                    Gvr2010 
06490+1103 BPM 330     [PM2000]  594109 + [PM2000]  594430.                                    Gvr2010 
06490-1509 AC    4     A is a spectroscopic binary.                                                    
06493-0216 FIN 322     Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 4.91 +/- 2.98, 4.84, and 3.31 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
06494+3209 GIC  67     G103-063/G103-064.                                                              
                       NLTT 17022/17023                                                        Chm2004 
06494-0840 A  1058     Aa,Ab: TDS4173. Originally listed as AB pair. Wider pairs had been              
                       erroneously combined and called AB,C; these have been separated.                
06496+5302 STF 960     HJL  79.                                                                HJL1986 
06496+3508 KIR   2     BC: Using data from 2MASS and IRTF. Kirkpatrick et al. (2001) derive    Kir2001b
                       spectral types K5V and M4V, conclude is probably a physical pair with           
                       separation 200 au.                                                              
06497-7433 TOK 389     HIP 32735 has an acceleration detected in HIP2, but no RV data. The             
                       resolved 0".3 pair implies a period of ~80yr. The spectral type K0IV            
                       given in SIMBAD may be inaccurate because the luminosity and color of           
                       the components correspond to main sequence stars with masses of 1.0             
                       and 0.6 Msun.                                                           Tok2015c
06498+1612 J  2028     33 Gem. This is the variable OV Gem.                                            
06499-1651 GAL 415     Object #268 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06499-2806 HDS 947     AB and AC: The 0".2 pair HDS 947 had not been observed since its                
                       discovery by Hipparcos. Here it is revealed as a triple system with             
                       comparable separations between components.                              Tok2015c
06499-5037 tau Pup     Hipparcos astrometric solution adopts some elements from the orbits of  HIP1997d
                       Schroeder & Huensch (1992) and                                          SKP1992 
                       Wilson & Huffer (1918).                                                 WRE1918 
06499-5337 V415 Car    Hipparcos astrometric solution adopted some elements from the orbit of  HIP1997d
                       Jones (1928).                                                           Jon1928a
06500-4527 I   159     Variable.                                                                       
06503+2409 COU 768     1984.9999: The published McAlister et al. (1987) measure contained a    McA1987b
                       10-degree typographical error in theta.                                         
                       Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 3.23 +/- 1.26, 2.49, and 1.20 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
06503-0134 J  1366     BAL 347.                                                                        
06504-3142 H 5 108     H V 108. B has variable radial velocity.                                        
06505-1215 LDS6202     NLTT 17071/17070                                                        Chm2004 
06506+1242 BPMA 31     [PM2000]  603764 + [PM2000]  602411.                                    Gvr2010 
06506-0134 J  1367     BAL 348.                                                                        
06507+2122 CHB   1     Aka AF Gem.                                                                     
06508+4147 ENG  27     58 Aur = psi 7 Aur                                                              
06508+2927 HDS 949     QW Gem. Primary is eclipsing binary of W UMa type, period 0.35812d.     Zas2014 
06510-5614 HJ 3898     B is CPD-56@1180.                                                               
06514+1840 STF 976     B is BD+18@1372.                                                                
06515+5412 A  1573     Apparently in rapid motion.                                                     
06515+1630 BPM 331     [PM2000]  608920 + [PM2000]  608973.                                    Gvr2010 
06515+0512 J  2011     Variable CG Mon. Red star.                                              J__1962a
06516+2320 J   911     POU2069.                                                                        
06516+2146 BU 1193     36 Gem.                                                                         
06516-0121 BAL 349     Classical Cepheid SZ Mon.                                                       
06516-0658 BNS   3     V743 Mon = MWC 158                                                              
06516-1445 BRT 566     Initially incorrectly designated BRT 556 in WDS.                                
06516-7708 HJ 3926     B is CPD-76@426.                                                                
06517-4418 LDS 173     B is CD-44@2973.                                                                
06518+1349 BPM 332     [PM2000]  610994 + [PM2000]  610760.                                    Gvr2010 
06520+0313 BWL  22     AF and AG: Colors and/or astrometry are inconsistent with a late-type           
                       common proper motion companion based on visual inspection of the field          
                       from 2MASS, SDSS, DSS1, and/or DSS2. Primary is G 108-36.               Bwl2015 
06521+0026 TDS 294     WDS designation changed from 06522+0024 to match designation for                
                       earlier-discovered BAL1050.                                                     
06522-5631 GLI  50     B is CPD-56@1185. B is a Beta Lyrae-type system.                                
06523+1136 BPM 333     [PM2000]  613691 + [PM2000]  613573.                                    Gvr2010 
06526+0227 J  1975     BAL 1734.                                                                       
06527+7812 LDS1639     NLTT 16995/16998                                                        Chm2004 
06528+3358 FOX 150     the Gem = 34 Gem. A is a spectroscopic binary.                                  
06529+1420 BPM 334     [PM2000]  617193 + [PM2000]  617491.                                    Gvr2010 
06530+3852 STF 974     59 Aur. A is a Delta Scuti-type variable, OX Aur.                               
                       AB: H 4 102.                                                            MEv2010 
06530+1441 J  2444     J  2442.                                                                Hei1985a
06530-2657 SEE  71     A is variable.                                                                  
06531+5927 STF 963     14 Lyn. AB: Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and             
                       spectroscopic masses 7.70 +/- 3.90, 4.86, and 4.43 Msun, respectively.  Mlk2012 
06532+3826 COU1877     60 Aur.                                                                         
06532-0013 J  1057     1896 measures of 2 additional companions are given in                   Bal1943 
                       Ann. de l'Observatoire de Besancon Vol. III.                                    
06534+0132 BAL1355     J 2760.                                                                         
06534-5708 SWR  17     CPM pair                                                                Skf2004 
06535+5139 ES 2620     B is BD+51@1248.                                                                
06535+3951 A  3039     Not seen since discovery, possibly due to an incorrect right ascension          
06536-2049 BRT 306     CPD-20@1733.                                                                    
06537+2333 DOO  37     This star is not HJ 401. See HJ 401 at 06540+2319 (Doolittle).          Doo1915b
06537+1412 BPM 335     [PM2000]  622295 + [PM2000]  622273.                                    Gvr2010 
06537-0232 BAL  90     BAL  89.                                                                        
06537-1051 J  2447     RST3473.                                                                        
06538-1401 GAL 416     Object #272 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06539+0144 J   354     BAL1356.                                                                        
06539-0424 STF 985     B is BD-04@1713.                                                                
06540+2319 HJ  401     See star at 06537+2333, BD+23@1527. Doolittle identifies both stars.    Doo1915b
06540-1002 STF 988     B is BD-09@1714.                                                                
06541+6052 HEI 334     L1815-5 aka G250-029. Long-period astrometric binary now resolved. Very         
                       sparse visual data. Fixed e, i, omega, Omega from Heintz (1990). Needs  Hei1990c
                       combined astrometric/visual/Hipparcos solution.                                 
                       Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical and photometric masses of                 
                       0.51 +/- 0.28 and 0.65 Msun, respectively.                              Mlk2012 
06541+0641 STTA 79     B is BD+06@1428.                                                                
                       Pair appears in an appendix list, not part of the discoverer's regular          
                       numbering sequence.                                                             
06541-1208 GAL 417     Object #273 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06542+6650 MLB1068     A faint star almost exactly between A and B.                                    
06543+1238 BPM 336     [PM2000]  625524 + [PM2000]  625517.                                    Gvr2010 
06544-0139 FIL  16     BAL 356.                                                                        
06545-2734 B   706     Parabolic orbit by Newburg (1966).                                      Nbg1966e
                       sigma = areal constant in the true orbit = 0.00318 arcsec^2/yr                  
                       q = periastron distance in the true orbit = 0".1522                             
06546+1311 STF 982     38 Gem = e Gem. A is a Delta Scuti-type variable. A premature orbit             
                       has been computed for AB.                                                       
                       Omega and omega in Hopmann's (1974) orbit have been flipped in orbit    Hop1974 
                       catalog to better match observations.                                           
                       See Baize & Petit (1989) catalog of doubles with variable component.    Baz1989d
                       AB: H 3  47.                                                            MEv2010 
06546+0114 J  1976     BAL 1359.                                                                       
06548-7417 HJ 3927     B is CPD-74@423.                                                                
06550+1608 BPM 337     [PM2000]  629899 + [PM2000]  629855.                                    Gvr2010 
06550-0147 BAL 359     Secondary appears to be either a plate flaw or typo in the AC catalog.          
06550-2024 H 5  65     H V 65. 17 CMa. B is BD-20@1625.                                                
06551+3208 BUP  94     Nova Gem. No. 2, DN Gem.                                                        
06551+1350 BPM 338     [PM2000]  630584 + [PM2000]  630414.                                    Gvr2010 
06552+0816 J  2034     Identification uncertain; may be same star as J 274.                            
06552+0056 J  2448     BAL 1361.                                                                       
06553+3146 A   220     TDS 4292.                                                                       
06553+0816 J   274     J 2033.                                                                         
06554+3511 BRT3246     ALI 99.                                                                         
06554-1217 GAL 274     06564-1218OL  116 (incorrectly precessed from Olivier's 1920            Ol_1927 
                       coordinates)                                                                    
06555+3204 COU2705     or may be BD+21 1417 at 06503+2409.                                     Cou1979b
06555+3010 STF 981     Hopmann orbit rejected from Fourth Orbit Catalog                        Hop1971 
                       ("period over 4000 years")                                              Wor1983 
06555-0051 GAU4762     BAL 740.                                                                        
06556+3510 HJ  407     Aka HU  833.                                                                    
06556+0624 J  2001     Variable CL Mon. Red star.                                              J__1962a
06556-0929 STF 992     V880 Mon, W Uma (EW) type eclipsing binary, P = 0.372457 d.             Zas2011 
                       CPM.                                                                    B__1963b
06556-1013 GAL 275     Primary is V879 Mon, Algol-type eclipsing binary, period 2.18691d.      Zas2013 
06556-2008 H N 123     pi CMa = 19 CMa. Possibly variable.                                             
06558-1152 STF 993     B is BD-11@1695.                                                                
06559+3644 ES  174     BRT2589.                                                                Brt1942 
06559+0612 BRT2126     J 3247.                                                                         
06559-3147 JSP 125     A is a spectroscopic binary.                                                    
06560-5536 HJ 3906     AB,C = SWR  19. CPM pair                                                Skf2004 
06561-1403 STF 997     mu CMa = 18 CMa                                                                 
06562+4032 RBR  28     Primary has a slow PM of 0".037/y. The Riddle et al. (2015) companion   RAO2015 
                       at 5".6 is located below the MS and could be optical, despite moderate          
                       crowding. We discovered another similarly faint star at 1".9 which was          
                       not spotted in the Robo-AO i'-band image. Little can be said about its          
                       status. The main target itself is a close spectroscopic binary (D.              
                       Latham 2012, private communication) and an X-ray source.                Rbr2015d
06563-0115 HJ  745     BAL 363.                                                                        
06564-3035 TDS4308     SWR  18. CPM pair                                                       Skf2004 
06565+4004 KUI  27     AB: NLTT 17176/17175                                                    Chm2004 
           SIN  24     AC: Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components           
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
06565+0628 J    41     BRT2127.                                                                Brt1938 
                       On the second night B was noted to be brighter than A, for the first            
                       time in 46 years of observations. Companion was always one magnitude            
                       fainter.                                                                J__1955 
06566+4632 STF 979     Primary is V462 Aur, a Beta Lyr type eclipsing binary, P = 1.75680d.    Zas2012 
06566+1113 BPM 339     [PM2000]  638741 + [PM2000]  639261.                                    Gvr2010 
06566-2239 S   541     B is BD-22@1610.                                                                
06567+1008 BPM 340     [PM2000]  639606 + [PM2000]  639278.                                    Gvr2010 
06567+0317 BAL2216     J 1978.                                                                         
06567+0315 J  1978     BAL 2216.                                                                       
06567-0901 XMI  31     STF 999.                                                                        
06567-6041 RED  21     M3.5 star is ~14" from K dwarf LTT 2697 = HIP 33392 = 2MASS                     
                       J06564360-6041128. Comparison of Digitized Sky Survey UKST and 2MASS            
                       images suggest similar proper motions. Proper motion for LTT 2697 =             
                       +002-274, for companion +214-228 (but may be affected by proximity to           
                       brighter star). Spectroscopic distance ~58pc.                           Red2007a
06569+0413 BAL2715     J 1980.                                                                         
06570+2457 STF 991     CD : Also known as POU2154.                                                     
06571-7202 HJ 3929     Aka LDS6203.                                                                    
06572-3030 TOB   3     SWR  20.                                                                Skf2004 
06573+5825 STT 159     15 Lyn. G5III-IV spectrum. Period poorly determined from old vis obs.           
                       Spectral types and masses of components assigned by ten Brummelaar et           
                       al., based on adaptive optics observations.                             TtB2000 
                       AB: Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical and spectroscopic masses              
                       4.01 +/- 2.17 and 3.73 Msun, respectively.                              Mlk2012 
06573-3530 I    65     1997.1172: Despite nearly a century of visual observations and a grade          
                       1 orbit in the orbit catalog of Worley & Heintz (1983), this is         Wor1983 
                       apparently the first speckle measure of this system.                    Hor1997 
                       A few more speckle observations will strengthen orbit considerably.             
                       Martin et al. (1998) derive component masses 1.614 +/- 0.211 and                
                       1.256 +/- 0.195 Msun.                                                   Mig1998 
                       Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 2.53 +/- 0.16, 2.11, and 1.19 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
06573-4929 RST5253     A premature orbit has been computed.                                            
06575-1253 BRT2656     RST 3476.                                                                       
06575-1949 HDO  93     CPD-19@1581+2.                                                                  
06576+0630 J  1981     Not found by Heintz.                                                    Hei1995 
06577+1722 BPM 341     [PM2000]  644902 + [PM2000]  644517.                                    Gvr2010 
06577-4118 I  1160     Primary is V358 Pup, an Algol type eclipsing binary, P = 6.79393d.      Zas2012 
06579+6220 HEN   2     Delta-M is in K band.                                                           
                       LSPM J0657+6219 = GJ 3417. Law et al (2008) derive a distance of        Law2008 
                       11.4 +/-0.3 pc and a projected separation of 17.5 +0.5/-0.5 au.                 
                       Estimated spectral types are M4.5 and M6.5.                                     
                       GJ 3417 = LHS 1885. If taken at face value, the body of astrometric             
                       points that exists for this target does not make sense. Three epochs            
                       of astrometry exists: One from Henry et al. (1997) taken in 1996 (rho   Hen1997 
                       = 2.0" and theta = 220deg), one from Law et al. (2008) taken in 2005    Law2008 
                       (rho = 1.5" and theta = 320deg), and our data point taken in 2012 (rho          
                       = 1.4" and theta = 240deg). Given that background objects can be                
                       firmly excluded, this would imply an enormously fast orbital motion             
                       since the binary would move from 220deg to 320deg and then back to              
                       240deg within 16 years, which is impossible for such a low-mass binary          
                       with a ∼17 au semi-major axis. However, the astometry becomes entirely  .     
                       sensible in an orbital motion framework if we impose a 90deg phase              
                       shift on the Law et al. (2008) position angle such that it is 230deg            
                       instead, giving a continous motion of 20deg in 16 years. In Janson et           
                       al. (2012), we suggested an equal phase shift for similar reasons for   Jnn2012 
                       the Law et al (2008) data point in the 15553178+3512028 binary system.  Jnn2014 
                       Estimated age 60-300 Myr; masses 0.30 +/- 0.14 and 0.15 +/- 0.08 Msun;          
                       a ~16.5 au.                                                             Jnn2014 
06579+1430 BPM 342     [PM2000]  646412 + [PM2000]  646286.                                    Gvr2010 
06579+0545 J  2618     Also known as J  2615.                                                          
06579-4417 LPM 248     Proper motion -1129 -119.                                                       
06580+0218 CHR  25     Algol (EA) type eclipsing binary, P = 6.7664 d.                         Zas2011 
06581+1207 BPM 343     [PM2000]  647422 + [PM2000]  647050.                                    Gvr2010 
06581+1120 BPM 344     [PM2000]  647426 + [PM2000]  648090.                                    Gvr2010 
06583+1341 J  1058     TDS4336.                                                                        
06584+1334 BPM 345     [PM2000]  649175 + [PM2000]  648571.                                    Gvr2010 
06584-0234 BAL 101     BRT 388.                                                                        
06584-0438 A   326     Primary is V860 Mon, Algol-type eclipsing binary, period 2.516367d.     Zas2013 
06584-1038 GAL 418     Object #281 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06585+1740 BPM 346     [PM2000]  649668 + [PM2000]  649720.                                    Gvr2010 
06586+2339 POU2185     J 2767.                                                                         
06586+0641 J   278     ADS gives BD as +06@1463.                                                       
06586-0016 RST5252     Measures formerly attributed to A 1737 apparently belong to this pair   Hei1987a
06586-2525 B   124     A is a spectroscopic binary.                                                    
06586-2858 CPO   7     eps CMa = 21 CMa = Adhara                                                       
06587+1619 BPM 349     [PM2000]  650768 + [PM2000]  651202.                                    Gvr2010 
06587+1423 BPM 347     [PM2000]  650486 + [PM2000]  650701.                                    Gvr2010 
06587+1306 BPM 348     [PM2000]  650756 + [PM2000]  650991.                                    Gvr2010 
06587-2022 BRG  23     Out of the targets that have been classified as "undetermined" with             
                       respect to common proper motion, the 2MASS J06583980-2021526AB pair is          
                       one out of two that have reasonable (or even large) chances of being            
                       chance alignments rather than physical pairs. The fainter C and D               
                       candidates at larger separations reported in Bergfors et al. (2010)     Brg2010 
                       are clearly identified as background contaminants here, given both the          
                       colors and proper motions. However, the B component gives conflicting           
                       information. On the one hand, its brightness and color are fully                
                       consistent with it being an almost equal-mass companion to the                  
                       primary, which would be a very unusual coincidence for a background             
                       object, especially at a separation of only 1.4". On the other hand,             
                       from an astrometric viewpoint, the B component is fully consistent              
                       with the expectation for a background object. The deviation from the            
                       background expectation is 0.4 sigma, and the B component has moved to           
                       a position that is 7.4 times closer to the background expectation than          
                       its first-epoch position, with confidence for the motion of 7.5 sigma.          
                       This is also unlikely to happen by chance, hence the evidence is                
                       divergent. Since the magnitude of motion is not inconsistent with what          
                       could be expected for orbital motion of a real physical pair, we keep           
                       it as binary in our analysis, but we note that further observations             
                       will be necessary in order to resolve this issue satisfactorily.        Jnn2012 
06588+2605 CHR 170     39 Gem.                                                                         
06588+1444 BPM 350     [PM2000]  651364 + [PM2000]  651338.                                    Gvr2010 
06588+1119 BPM 351     [PM2000]  651493 + [PM2000]  651751.                                    Gvr2010 
06590+1519 BPM 352     [PM2000]  652206 + [PM2000]  652515.                                    Gvr2010 
06591+0044 GAU4894     J 1983. BAL 1061.                                                               
06591-3711 HRG   7     Aka WFC  47.                                                                    
06592-1347 GAL 284     LDS6204.                                                                        
06593+4219 BAG  43     Primary is the alpha2 CVn type variable NY Aur.                                 
06593-1610 GAL 419     Object #283 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
06594+1421 BPM 353     [PM2000]  654449 + [PM2000]  654775.                                    Gvr2010 
06595+3706 ALI 574     AC: Due to a typographical error in an 1892 measure by Espin (theta             
                       220.9 rather than 120.9), this measure was erroneously identified as            
                       a new pair (ES 2621AH).                                                 Es_1901 
           BOT   6     AJ: Boettger originally assigned this pair to ALI 574AC, and it was             
                       catalogued with rho as 22.3424 rather than 223.424.  However, the               
                       wide pair is obvious.                                                   Bot1962 
06595+2555 MCA  28     40 Gem.                                                                         
06598+0037 GAU4919     J 1984. BAL 1065.                                                               
06599+0701 DOO  41     J 2620. One-degree error in WDS designation.