07001+7938 PRZ   6     AB: WFC  48.                                                                    
07001+1259 BPM 354     [PM2000]  657977 + [PM2000]  658414.                                    Gvr2010 
07002+1505 BPM 355     [PM2000]  658613 + [PM2000]  658800.                                    Gvr2010 
07002-2243 S   543     B is BD-22@1642.                                                                
07002-3109 SHY 187     HIP  33705 + HIP  33691.                                                        
07003+1639 BPM 356     [PM2000]  659139 + [PM2000]  658729.                                    Gvr2010 
07003-0522 HD  52265   GC 9220. Chauvin et al. (2006) note finding at least one faint          Cvn2006 
                       companion candidate within separation/magnitude range listed. However,          
                       further observations are required for verification                              
                       Combined solution, based on reduction of Hipparcos intermediate                 
                       astrometric data together with spectroscopic elements from Butler       CPS2000d
                       et al. (2000).                                                          HaI2001 
07003-2207 FIN 334     A variable, FU CMa.                                                             
                       1989.9336: The system has opened slightly since the last speckle                
                       observation in 1989.3; unfortunately it was last observed in 1966 so            
                       it may be difficult to pin down the time of periastron passage.         Hrt1993 
                       Aa,Ab: Docobo & Andrade (2013) derive a dynamical parallax of 2.03 +/-          
                       0.25 mas and component masses 5.51 +/- 2.64 and 5.51 +/- 2.64 Msun              
                       (for spectral type B3V) or 1.01 +/- 0.25 mas, 6.62 +/- 3.28 and 6.62            
                       +/- 3.28 Msun (for B2IV). See paper for extensive notes on system.      Doc2013d
07004+1926 VKI  14     Aka OL  167.                                                                    
07004+1227 BRT2285     Declination corrected by Heintz.                                        Hei1990b
07005-6052 HJ 3924     B is CPD-60@743.                                                                
07006+3157 RED  16     2MASS J07003664+3157266. Spectral types L3.5 and L6:                    Red2006b
07006+1243 STF1007     Also published as BU 99.                                                        
                       CCD Image taken by Florentino Sanchez Bajo, and obtained with the 40cm          
                       reflector of the Observatory of Extremadura University, Badajoz, Spain          
07006-1915 HDO  95     Winlock AB listed at theta=138.8; changed to 180-138.8 = 41.2 based on  Win1882 
                       later observations.                                                             
                       "C about equally distant from A and B, and at about 2 1/2 times the             
                       distance of A and B from each other."                                   Win1882 
07007+4527 ES 1324     AB: BRT  95                                                                     
07007+0012 J  1985     BAL 1068.                                                                       
07008+3156 AG  129     SEI 467.                                                                Nsn2017b
07008-0656 A   516     J 357.                                                                          
07009+7136 LDS1641     NLTT 17216/17217                                                        Chm2004 
07009+5651 KR   29     All measures attributed to AC pair were actually of BC pair.                    
07012+3622 A  1957     TDS4387.                                                                        
07012+1434 BPM 357     [PM2000]  663617 + [PM2000]  663302.                                    Gvr2010 
07012+1146 STT 163     A premature orbit has been calculated.                                  Mlr1950a
07013+5203 HJ 2354     ES 1078. Probably an error in HJ's angle (ADS).                         A__1932b
07013-5242 BRT2024     CD-52@1784.                                                                     
07015+1630 BPM 358     [PM2000]  665473 + [PM2000]  665063.                                    Gvr2010 
07015-0307 A   518     AB. The classification listed in Mason et al. (1998) is from Conti et   Msn1998a
                       al. (1977).                                                             Cti1977 
           A   517     DH: 07014-0308 was found to be D component of 07015-0307; merged.               
07017+1301 BPM 359     [PM2000]  666419 + [PM2000]  665870.                                    Gvr2010 
07017-1100 GAL 287     Object #287 in Gallo's original list. GAL 420. J  2771.                 Gal1914 
07017-2756 B   126     sig CMa = 22 CMa. An irregular variable.                                        
07018-1118 HU  112     Includes GU CMa, a Beta Lyr type eclipsing binary, P = 1.61014d.        Zas2012 
07021+2148 CHR 215     First detected as an occultation binary by Evans & Edwards.             Evn1983a
                       V335 Gem. Primary is eclipsing binary of Algol type, period 1.76782d.   Zas2014 
07021-0637 J   359     Declination was 15' in error, according to Heintz, which probably       Hei1985a
                       explains unresolved observation of van den Bos.                         B__1960b
07021-0953 GAL 421     Object #290 in Gallo's original list.                                   Gal1914 
07022-4900 HJ 3920     SWR  21.                                                                        
07023+1235 HJ 3288     B is BD+12@1394.                                                                
07024+3639 BRT2590     ALI 340.                                                                        
07025-1443 LDS 850     NLTT 17333/17335                                                        Chm2004 
07026+1558 A  2462     AB: Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and                     
                       spectroscopic masses 0.87 +/- 0.33, 2.24, and 1.05 Msun, respectively.  Mlk2012 
07026+0250 J  1987     BAL 1760.                                                                       
07026-2106 HJ 2358     Probably = HDO 94 = HDO 96.                                                     
07028+0250 J  1988     BAL 1761.                                                                       
07028-0716 RST4331     J 1464.                                                                         
07028-1642 WZ   11     GAL 292.                                                                        
07031+3809 NLTT 17323  Ren & Fu (2013) calculated an astrometric orbit, combining Hipparcos    Ren2013 
                       Intermediate Astrometric Data with spectroscopic elements by                    
                       Latham et al. (2002).                                                   Lat2002 
07031-0029 J  2450     BAL 762.                                                                        
07032+3457 GII  82     Aa,Ab: GII  92Aa,Ab                                                             
07032+1016 BPMA 32     [PM2000]  673827 + [PM2000]  674654.                                    Gvr2010 
07033+1227 GIC  68     G110-031/G110-032.                                                              
                       NLTT 17343/17344                                                        Chm2004 
07034-2948 HJ 2361     B is CD-29@3827.                                                                
07036+3941 A  1959     Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 3.22 +/- 1.29, 1.60, and 0.55 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
07038+6727 HD 51708    Hipparcos astrometric solution assumed circular orbit (e = omega = 0)   HIP1997d
07039+5242 BEU   8     LHS 224. Estimated age 1000-10000 Myr; masses 0.18 +/- 0.03 and 0.14            
                       +/- 0.01 Msun; a ~1.2 au.                                               Jnn2014 
07040+1416 BPM 360     [PM2000]  677579 + [PM2000]  677171.                                    Gvr2010 
07040-4337 DUN  38     A is a spectroscopic binary. B is CD-43@2907. AC = LDS 175.                     
                       HIP 34065. See Allen et al. (2000) for information on metallicity,      AlC2000 
                       age, galactic orbital parameters, etc.                                          
                       AC: SHY  36. Bayesian analysis by Shaya & Olling (2011) indicates very  Shy2011 
                       high (near 100%) probability pair is physical.                                  
           TOK 390     Ca,Cb: HIP 34052 = HD 53680 = HIP 34065C = GJ 264 is a spectroscopic            
                       and astrometric binary for which Sahlmann et al. (2011) give an orbit   SaJ2011 
                       with P=1688d = 4.62yr and an estimated semi-major axis of 0".15. There          
                       is also an astrometric orbit (Makarov et al. 2008) with P=4.11yr that   Mkr2008 
                       predicts theta = 327deg for the moment of our first observation. The            
                       binary is resolved at 0".23, dI = 4.4mag and shows some orbital                 
                       motion. The binary makes a quadruple system together with components A          
                       and B (GJ 264.1 and 264) that form a 20".5 pair at 185" from C. The B           
                       component was also observed here and found unresolved.                  Tok2015c
                       Ca,Cb: Sahlmann (2011): orb. C: P=1688.6d e=0.475 K1=1.24               SaJ2011 
07041+7514 STF 973     AB: HJL  80.                                                            HJL1986 
           LDS1642     AC: Wrong C coordinates in Tokovinin & Lepine (2012).                   Tok2012c
07041+2034 SHJ  77     zet Gem = 43 Gem = Mekbuda. STTA 81 = H 6   9.                                  
                       A is a Cepheid, and an occultation double.                                      
07041+1544 BPM 361     [PM2000]  678170 + [PM2000]  677669.                                    Gvr2010 
07041+1406 BPM 362     [PM2000]  678323 + [PM2000]  678859.                                    Gvr2010 
07041-0038 RST4836     J 2775.                                                                         
07043+0129 STTA 82     B is BD+01@1663.                                                                
07043-0303 A   519     The A component is a spectroscopic binary, P = 5.72d. The RV range in           
                       the blended light is about 30 km/s.                                             
07045-4232 DON 159     CPD-42@1197.                                                                    
07046+2117 BRT2368BC   Aka SMA  71.                                                                    
07049+2807 STF1012     HJL  81.                                                                HJL1986 
07051+1519 GII  93     Aa,Ab: Gili (2016) is uncertain whether the close pair is associated            
                       with the A or B component of HEI  49.                                   Gii2016 
07051+0124 NLTT 17385  Ren & Fu (2013) calculated an astrometric orbit, combining Hipparcos            
                       Intermediate Astrometric Data with spectroscopic elements by                    
                       Latham et al. (2002). They derived component masses 1.16 and 0.70 Msun  Lat2002 
                       and an estimated semimajor axis of 22.71 mas.                           Ren2013 
07051-4711 RST 232     CPD-46@1205.                                                                    
07055+2413 POU2411     Aka POU2388 and POU2416.                                                        
07056-2613 SKF1989     Equilateral trio found by Robert Douglas, reported via Steve Gottlieb   Skf2014 
                       ('amastro' mailing-list post 2013 Dec 31).                                      
07056-7116 TOK 114     HIP 34212. A is SB without orbit (dRV= 4.3km/s), also astrometric       Nrd2004 
                       binary in Hipparcos.                                                            
                       A is possible SB, unresolved with NICI in Tokovinin (2012). B is not    Tok2012b
                       seen (outside field).                                                   Tok2014d
           HIP  34212  The image seems elongated at 45deg - partially resolved? A large RV             
                       amplitude and large acceleration hint at a short period.                Tok2013b
07057+5245 STF1009     AB: H 1  69.                                                            MEv2010 
07058+8337 LDS1640     NLTT 17187/17126                                                        Chm2004 
07058-1040 D    12     A is a Beta CMa-type variable, V569 Mon.                                        
                       Spectrum; B0.5V+F5III.                                                          
07059-0101 CRJ   1     Primary is NLTT 17405. Crepp et al. (2012) derive spectral types F8V            
                       and K7-M0, masses 1.51 +0.20/-0.27 and 0.65 +/- 0.03 Msun.              CrJ2012 
07061-1257 HU   48     V388 CMa, Algol (EA) type eclipsing binary, P = 2.98260 d.              Zas2011 
07062+0425 J  2452     J 2608.                                                                         
07065-0134 BAL 399     B of BAL 399 is A of BAL 400.                                                   
           BAL 397     B of BAL 397 is also B of BAL 400.                                              
07067-1118 BU  328     A is the Beta CMa-type variable, FN CMa.                                        
                       1980.905: This observation was incorrectly attributed to ADS 5975 in    Sta1981b
                       Starikova & Tokovinin (1981) (noted in Tokovinin 1982)                  Tok1982b
07069+6233 STF1006     B is BD+62@904.                                                                 
07071-5138 SWR  22     CPM pair                                                                Skf2004 
07073+1109 BPM 363     [PM2000]  692875 + [PM2000]  693183.                                    Gvr2010 
07074+2242 BLL  19     A is the Mira-type variable, R Gem.                                             
07074+0428 BRT2130     Aka BAL2733.                                                                    
07075-0112 CHE  83     Star place uncertain; no BD star near.                                          
                       Pair not found in GSC.                                                  Bko2009d
07076-2616 BRT2885     CPD-26@1775.                                                                    
07077+0845 J  3231     J  2779.                                                                Nsn2016 
07079+1053 AG  329     GI: Primary of 07078+1052 was found to be G component of 07079+1053;            
                       systems merged.                                                                 
07079-1542 A  3043     Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 10.64 +/- 7.74, 5.08, and 2.75 Msun, respectively.            Mlk2012 
07080+1532 ENG  28     AB: NLTT 17446/17443                                                    Chm2004 
                       AB: HJL  82.                                                            HJL1986 
                       AB: SHY 189. Bayesian analysis by Shaya & Olling (2011) indicates very  Shy2011 
                       high (near 100%) probability pair is physical.                                  
07080+1337 BPMA 33     [PM2000]  696183 + [PM2000]  694875.                                    Gvr2010 
07080+1109 BPM 364     [PM2000]  696016 + [PM2000]  696219.                                    Gvr2010 
07081-1036 J  2782     V931 Mon. Primary is eclipsing binary of Algol type, period 1.9015d.    Zas2014 
07081-1155 SKF1303     Near match in radial velocities (+21 and +19 km/sec, resp).             Skf2012 
07082+2416 POU2473     AB: Position corrected by Gellera.                                      Gel1982 
           POU2474     AC: Position corrected by Gellera.                                      Gel1982 
07082+0323 HJ 2362     B is BD+03@1561.                                                                
07082-0958 EGN   6     Single epoch, so bound/unbound nature of pair unknown.                  Egn2007 
07083+2426 POU2475     Position corrected by Gellera.                                          Gel1982 
07083+1622 BPM 365     [PM2000]  697547 + [PM2000]  697498.                                    Gvr2010 
07084+1650 BPM 366     [PM2000]  697615 + [PM2000]  697946.                                    Gvr2010 
07084+1556 STT 165     45 Gem. B and C are optical.                                                    
                       AB: Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components           
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
07084-2624 BU 1412     del CMa = 25 CMa = Wezen                                                        
07085+2459 STF1023     B is BD+25@1585.                                                                
07085-2010 HDO  98     Aka ARA 890.                                                                    
07086+1230 BPM 367     [PM2000]  698852 + [PM2000]  698881.                                    Gvr2010 
07087+1044 BPMA 34     [PM2000]  698923 + [PM2000]  698438.                                    Gvr2010 
07087-7030 DUN  42     A: gam 2 Vol.                                                                   
                       B: gam 1 Vol. B is a spectroscopic binary and is variable.                      
07091-2655 B   710     CPD-26@1815.                                                                    
07092+1903 CHR 216     First detected as an occultation binary by Africano.                    Afr1975 
07092-5622 DUN  40     B is CPD-56@1262.                                                               
07093+0326 BAL2250     Baillaud suspected A to be double.                                      Bal1943 
07093-1021 SNA   5     We resolved the long-period SB2 unveiled by Boyajian et al. (2007, ApJ          
                       664, 1121)                                                              Sna2014 
07093-4959 HJ 3935     B is CD-49@2647.                                                                
07094+1243 BPM 368     [PM2000]  701909 + [PM2000]  701957.                                    Gvr2010 
07095-0140 BKO 492     Anon. 1.                                                                Bko2009d
07095-2012 HDO 101     Aka ARA 894.                                                                    
07096+2544 HO  519     A is a spectroscopic binary, P = 32.81d.                                        
                       AB: Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components           
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
07097+0029 J  2454     BAL 1083.                                                                       
07097-0236 BKO 493     Anon. 2.                                                                Bko2009d
07097-2514 B  2136     A spectroscopic binary. One component variable?                                 
07098-0231 BKO 494     Anon. 3.                                                                Bko2009d
07100+3832 GJ 268      Barry et al. (2012) combine ELODIE radial velocity data with IOTA               
                       interferometric measurements to derive a combined solution for this             
                       nearby pair. An orbital parallax of 0".15888 +/- 0".00072 is derived,           
                       yielding masses 0.22599 +/- 0.00065 and 0.19248 +/- 0.00056 Msun. The           
                       H-band flux ratio is 1.163 +/- 0.021 (or dH = 0.16).                    Sgr2012 
07100+2442 POU2513     BRT3280. BRT 149.                                                               
07100+1008 BRT1223     Probably J  3339.                                                       Nsn2016 
07100-0044 VAS  11     VSK   5.                                                                        
07100-0201 BKO 495     Anon. 4.                                                                Bko2009d
07100-0236 BKO 496     Anon. 5.                                                                Bko2009d
07100-3639 JSP 140     Primary is V652 Pup, eclipsing binary of W UMa-type, period 0.371829d.  Zas2013 
07101+2115 GC 9462     Hipparcos astrometric solution adopted some elements from the orbit of  HIP1997d
                       Beavers & Salzer (1985).                                                Bvr1985 
07101+0454 BAL3006     J 2455.                                                                         
07102-0414 BUP  97     20 Mon.                                                                         
07102-1841 RST2456     HR 2705.                                                                        
07103+3739 GIC  69     G087-028/G087-029 = GJ 3430A/3431B.                                             
07103-0052 VAS  12     VSK   6.                                                                        
07103-2241 DON 167     CD-22@4116.                                                                     
07104+3431 LDS3726     Luyten (1978) lists a position angle of 355deg. However, the only       Luy1978 
                       likely pair in the vicinity shows an angle of ~274deg. His value was            
                       changed to 275 with an N code, under the assumption there was a                 
                       typographical error 1n his paper (perhaps he wrote 175 rather than              
                       275, then gave a quadrant flip?)                                                
07104+2421 OSO  19     G088-010. Not a common proper motion pair, based on color and                   
                       comparison with POSS2 red plates.                                       Oso2004 
07104+0535 J  2787     Not found by Heintz.                                                    Hei1995 
07104-5536 RMK   5     Spectrum: G8/K0III+G/K.                                                         
                       SWR  23. CPM pair                                                       Skf2004 
07105-0306 BAL 143     The C component appears to have been either a plate flaw or a                   
                       typographical error in the catalog used by Baillaud.                    Bal1943 
                       AC: Pair not found in GSC.                                              Bko2009d
                       BC: Pair not found in GSC.                                              Bko2009d
           BKO 497     Anon. 6.                                                                Bko2009d
07107+1051 BPM 369     [PM2000]  706894 + [PM2000]  706864.                                    Gvr2010 
07107-4116 RST2458     V362 Pup, Algol (EA) type eclipsing binary, P = 9.26581 d.              Zas2011 
07108+3642 BRT2591     ALI 344.                                                                        
07108-0130 BKO 498     Anon. 7.                                                                Bko2009d
07108-0230 BKO 499     Anon. 8.                                                                Bko2009d
07108-0234 BKO 500     Anon. 9.                                                                Bko2009d
07109-0134 BKO 501     Anon. 10.                                                               Bko2009d
07109-0251 A   521     Aka TDS4555.                                                                    
07110-0230 BKO 502     Anon. 11. Not BAL 146, as suggested by Berko.                           Bko2009d
07111+3015 BU 1009     tau Gem = 46 Gem. A is an irregular variable.                                   
07111-0205 BKO 503     New pair mistaken for BAL 434 by Berko.                                 Bko2009d
07112+4330 MTG   1     AB: LSPM J0711+4329 = NLTT 17488. Law et al (2008) derive a distance    Law2008 
                       of 12.3 +5.6/-2.0 pc and a projected separation of 2.3 +1.1/-0.4 au.            
                       Estimated spectral types are M4.5 and M6.                                       
                       Dupuy et al. (2010) determine system mass 0.194 +0.025/-0.021 Msun;             
                       spectral types are M6.5 +1.0/-0.5 and M6.5 +1.0/-0.5.                   LiM2010b
                       AC: Estimated age 1000-10000 Myr; masses 0.15 +/- 0.03 and 0.09 +/-             
                       0.01 Msun; a ~4.5 au.                                                   Jnn2014 
07112-0206 BKO 504     Anon. 12.                                                               Bko2009d
07112-0304 BAL 151     BRT 397.                                                                        
07113+3307 SHY 190     HIP  34714 + HIP  34700.                                                        
07113-0205 BKO 505     Anon. 13.                                                               Bko2009d
07113-0208 BAL 436     Anon. 14.                                                               Bko2009d
07113-0247 BAL 152     No star at primary location - plate flaw or typo in AC catalog.                 
07114+5851 STI 637     STI2177                                                                         
07114-0025 A  1961     One component is a Delta Scuti-type variable.                                   
07114-0130 BAL 437     The brighter component (even in the blue) is the red variable BW Mon.   Skf2010 
                       It was classified as spectral type M1 in the early Dearborn survey,             
                       but M5: by Jack MacConnell. The strong variability and very bright              
                       2MASS magnitudes suggest the latter is more nearly correct.                     
07114-0138 BKO 506     Anon. 15.                                                               Bko2009d
07114-3906 FIN 377     Hipparcos suspected non-single.                                                 
07115-0006 BKO 507     Anon. 16.                                                               Bko2009d
07115-0244 BKO 508     Anon. 18.                                                               Bko2009d
07117-0006 BKO 509     Anon. 19.                                                               Bko2009d
07117-0219 BKO 510     Anon. 20.                                                               Bko2009d
07117-0224 BKO 511     Anon. 17. Identification corrected by author (private comm.)            Bko2009d
07118+3517 BRT3247     ALI 104.                                                                        
07118-0130 BKO 322     Anon. 21.                                                               Bko2009d
07119-0030 J    58     del Mon = 22 Mon                                                                
07119-0132 BKO 323     Anon. 22.                                                               Bko2009d
07119-0135 BKO 512     Anon. 23.                                                               Bko2009d
07120+2217 STF1035     HJL  83.                                                                HJL1986 
07120-3510 WSI 126     The two components of 2MASS J07115917-3510157 have nearly equal                 
                       brightnesses and colors, hence it is very likely that they form a               
                       physical pair. They have yet to be demonstrated to share a common               
                       proper motion.                                                          Jnn2012 
07123+1211 BPM 370     [PM2000]  712648 + [PM2000]  712876.                                    Gvr2010 
07123-0526 BU  196     Primary is eclipsing binary of Algol-type, period 1.211458 day.         Zas2013 
07124-0139 BKO 324     Anon. 24.                                                               Bko2009d
07124-0307 BKO 513     Anon. 25.                                                               Bko2009d
07124-2158 BRT1399     CPD-21@1867.                                                                    
07124-3633 BU  757     B may be variable.                                                              
07125-0146 BKO 514     Anon. 26.                                                               Bko2009d
07125-0228 BKO 515     Anon. 27.                                                               Bko2009d
07126-0041 STF1043     J 61.                                                                           
07128+2713 STF1037     Variable? See Baize & Petit catalog of doubles with variable component. Baz1989d
                       AB: Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and                     
                       spectroscopic masses 2.77 +/- 0.77, 2.42, and 1.10 Msun, respectively.  Mlk2012 
           STT 166     AC: Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components           
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
07128+2121 STT 168     AB: H N  94.                                                            MEv2010 
07131-0256 BKO 516     Anon. 28.                                                               Bko2009d
07132-3058 HJ 3940     This is the variable HO CMa.                                                    
07133-0150 BAL 452     Pair not found in GSC.                                                  Bko2009d
07134+1610 H 6  74     AB: H VI 74. 51 Gem. A is the semiregular variable variable BQ Gem.             
07135-4438 HJ 3943     A is a long-period variable.                                                    
07137-2005 FOX9001     Previously known as FOX  12a.                                                   
07138-0502 BRT 400     J 2626.                                                                         
07138-2254 HJ 3938     B is BD-22@1760.                                                                
07139-0645 BRT 401     Not found in Heintz at IDS position.                                    Hei1990b
07141+1304 BPM 371     [PM2000]  718812 + [PM2000]  718706.                                    Gvr2010 
07143-2621 FIN 323     27 CMa. B is an irregular variable, EW CMa.                                     
07144+2443 VAS  13     VSK   7.                                                                        
07146-0212 J  2792     BAL 163.                                                                        
07146-1018 STF1052     B is BD-10@1935.                                                                
07147+2453 HO  343     52 Gem.                                                                         
07148+5233 STF1033     AB: H 1  76.                                                            MEv2010 
07148-1529 BU  575     AB. A premature orbit has been computed.                                        
                       1997.1226: The magnitude difference of the system is listed in the WDS          
                       as 0.1. Our reduction does not give the same quadrant as the latest             
                       measure in the WDS.                                                     Hor1997 
07148-2101 HO  344     Includes MP CMa, an Algol type eclipsing binary, P = 1.96326d.          Zas2012 
07150+0956 J  2457     J  2794.                                                                J__1962a
07151+5717 LDS2529     A is SB1, P=34.034d. RoboAO resolves AC at 0.24", 9d, dI=1.17. Still            
                       to be confirmed before accepting.                                       Tok2014d
07151+2553 BU 1023     BDS 3919; L 8 same star.                                                        
07153+2036 GIC  70     LDS 898. G088-017/G088-018.                                                     
07153+1849 CHR 217     First detected as an occultation binary by Africano.                    Afr1975 
07153-0010 BU 1268     24 Mon.  STT 169.                                                               
07154+1507 BPM 372     [PM2000]  722963 + [PM2000]  723173.                                    Gvr2010 
07154+1444 BPM 373     [PM2000]  723049 + [PM2000]  723124.                                    Gvr2010 
07156+0504 J  3101     BK CMi. No measure published by Jonckheere; coarse 1995 measure from            
                       GSC2.3 (Aladin).                                                                
07156+0503 DOM   2     Mistakenly observed for J  3101. Error reported by John Nanson (2016,           
                       private comm.)                                                                  
07155-1106 J  2459     J  2800.                                                                        
07156-6311 R    72     B is CPD-62@805.                                                                
07157+1537 BPM 374     AB: [PM2000]  724039 + [PM2000]  723705.                                Gvr2010 
           BPM 375     AC: [PM2000]  724039 + [PM2000]  724305.                                Gvr2010 
           BPM 376     CD: [PM2000]  724305 + [PM2000]  724546.                                Gvr2010 
07158-0048 XMI  54     ARN 104.                                                                        
07160-2930 HJ 2370     B is CD-29@4143.                                                                
07161-0138 J  2802     BAL 459.                                                                        
07162+1603 BPM 377     [PM2000]  725546 + [PM2000]  725765.                                    Gvr2010 
07163+2709 GJ 268.3    combined solution of astrometric orbits and DSBs. Paper includes        Are2000 
                       masses and distances.                                                           
07163-0635 CHE  84     Also known as AG  333.                                                          
07164+4738 STF1044     Also known as ARN  68.                                                          
07165-1559 ROE  28     BRT 567.                                                                Brt1932b
07166-2319 HJ 3945     B is CD-23@5192.                                                                
           SHY 508     BC: HIP  35213 + HIP  35578.                                                    
07166-5100 HJ 3951     A is a semi-regular variable.                                                   
07167+1623 BPM 378     [PM2000]  727247 + [PM2000]  726886.                                    Gvr2010 
07167+1502 BPM 379     [PM2000]  727304 + [PM2000]  727556.                                    Gvr2010 
07168+1331 BPM 380     [PM2000]  727457 + [PM2000]  727700.                                    Gvr2010 
07168+0059 A  2855     Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 2.08 +/- 0.35, 1.91, and 0.85 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
07170-3054 BSO   2     B is CD-30@4233.                                                                
07171+2641 CHR 218     First detected as an occultation binary by Schmidtke et al.             Smk1989 
07171-1202 A  2123     AB: Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and                     
                       spectroscopic masses 4.05 +/- 1.61, 2.32, and 1.20 Msun, respectively.  Mlk2012 
07171-3706 DUN  43     pi Pup. B is CD-36@3487.                                                        
07172+3306 TOK 379     AB: The CPM nature of B is not certain (PM diff. with A), but accepted  Tok2014d
07172-2351 I   773     ADS 5960a.                                                                      
07175+1646 BPM 381     [PM2000]  730232 + [PM2000]  730294.                                    Gvr2010 
07175+0048 SLE 301     The Soulie (1985) measure is possibly incorrect due to a 20" error in           
                       the measured declination of the secondary.                              Sle1985 
07175-4659 I     7     The 94-yr orbit by Heintz (1995) plus the HIP parallax gives            Hei1995 
                       impossibly small mass-sum. Probably both a and P are much larger (no            
                       orbit for another century), but motion should be followed.                      
                       Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 0.43 +/- 0.23, 1.54, and 0.76 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
07176+0918 STT 170     A premature orbit has been computed. Speckle would be useful as the             
                       pair closes in.                                                                 
07176-0221 BAL 167     J 2806.                                                                         
07177+1327 BPM 382     [PM2000]  730634 + [PM2000]  730973.                                    Gvr2010 
07178+1553 BPM 383     [PM2000]  730919 + [PM2000]  730654.                                    Gvr2010 
07178+1131 BPM 384     [PM2000]  731123 + [PM2000]  731057.                                    Gvr2010 
07179-0221 BAL 168     J 2808.                                                                         
07180+4548 LDS3731     NLTT 17633 + 17637. Secondary is white dwarf WD 0714+458.               Far2005b
07181+1632 STF1061     lam Gem = 54 Gem. A is a spectroscopic and occultation binary, and may          
                       be variable.                                                                    
07181+0421 STF1063     J 1992. BAL 2753. BAZ   3.                                                      
                       BAZ   3 was misplaced in the WDS. The Tobal (2010) measures are of      Tob2010 
                       some unknown pair near the original location of BAZ   3 = 04181+0448.           
07181-1342 STF1069     B is BD-13@1925.                                                                
07182+4006 ES 1634     BRT  96                                                                         
07183-0317 RST4347     J 2463.                                                                         
07183-3644 JC   10     A is the variable NV Pup. Spectrum composite; B2V+B3IVne. B is NW Pup.          
07185-5721 RST 244     AB: B moves away from PM(A) at 17mas/yr for 34yr. Optical?              Tok2014d
           TOK 116     HIP 35374. Quadruple. Both A and B are close visual pairs.              Tok2011a
07187-2434 29 CMa      UW CMa.  The classification is from the UV tomographic analysis of      Bgn1994 
                       Bagnuolo et al. (1994).                                                 Msn1998a
07187-2457 FIN 313     A: 30 CMa = tau CMa. A is Beta Lyrae-type system, probably variable.            
                       See discussion of the system by Sana et al. 2014).                      Sna2014 
           HJ 3948     van Leewen & van Genderen (1997 A&A 327, 1070) and Stickland et al.     Stc1999 
                       (1999) argue that the brighter Aa component of the visual Aa,Ab binary          
                       is a triple system consisting of a close 1.28-day eclipsing system              
                       orbiting a distant O star (the spectroscopic binary with a period of            
                       154.9 d).  The visual Aa,Ab pair has slowly decreased in separation             
                       from 0".19 to 0".15 between 1977 and 1994.                              Msn1998a
                       Classification of the D component is from Hoffleit & Warren (1991).     Hof1991 
                       1996.155: Date from J. Christou (private communication).                        
07188+0054 J  2465     BAL 1397.                                                                       
07188-2003 ARA 575     HDO 103                                                                         
07188-2449 BRT2893     CPD-24@2221.                                                                    
07190+1314 BRT1230     J 2466.                                                                         
07190-4934 SWR  24     CPM pair                                                                Skf2004 
07192+1548 BPM 385     [PM2000]  735557 + [PM2000]  735932.                                    Gvr2010 
07192-2457 B   133     Variable radial velocity.                                                       
07193-2453 B   134     CPD-24@2250.                                                                    
07194+1540 BPM 386     [PM2000]  736350 + [PM2000]  736218.                                    Gvr2010 
07195+3226 ES  341     SEI 477.                                                                Nsn2017b
07200-0847 BUG  17     WISE J072003.20-084651.2 is old, active M9.5 dwarf, distance 6.0 +/-            
                       1.0pc. Companion ~T5, rapidly rotating and magnetically active.         Bug2015 
                       Burgasser et al. (2015) derive spectral types M9.5 +/- 0.5 and                  
                       T5.5 +/- 0.5. A best-fit orbit based onastrometry and spectroscopy              
                       yields estimated component masses of 0.081 +0.0029/-0.0016 and                  
                       0.062 +0.009/-0.011 Msun. T0 was not provided and was determined by     Bug2015b
                       trial and error with comparison to their Figure 8.                              
07201+2159 STF1066     del Gem = 55 Gem = Wasat. CHE  85.                                              
                       Star A is an occultation double and SB1, P = 6.129 yr.                          
                       Hipparcos astrometric solution adopted some elements from the orbit of  HIP1997d
                       Abt (1965).                                                             AbH1965 
                       H 2  27.                                                                MEv2010 
07201-2153 I   391     D is CPD-21@2035.                                                               
07202+1539 BPM 387     [PM2000]  738931 + [PM2000]  738864.                                    Gvr2010 
07202-4411 WFC  53     SWR  25. CPM pair                                                       Skf2004 
07204-5219 RMK   6     Spectrum of B G0V:e.                                                            
                       B is X-ray source, chrom. active.  Ba is SB1, P=122.69d. Ba1 is SB1,            
                       P=10d (Saar et al. 1990 A&A 235, 291).                                  Tok2014d
07204-5618 VIG  10     The B, C, and D components all appear to be faint background stars.     Vig2012 
07207-5212 HJ 3958     B is CD-51@2444.                                                                
                       Measure of 1938.1 made by a transit interferometer.                     CpP1938c
07207-6205 JSP 158     Spectral type G0?                                                               
07208+6526 CHM   4     AB. NLTT 17675 + 17679.                                                         
           LDS1207     AC. HIP 35599. See Allen et al. (2000) for information on metallicity,  AlC2000 
                       age, galactic orbital parameters, etc.                                          
07208+3128 S   546     B is BD+31@1541.                                                                
07209-2658 SEE  76     A is a variable, HQ CMa.                                                        
07209-4831 HJ 3956     V366 Pup, Algol (EA) type eclipsing binary, P = 2.484026 d.             Zas2011 
07210-2157 BRT 315     CPD-21@2062.                                                                    
07211+6740 RED  22     M3 star is ~21" from K0 dwarf HD 56168 = HIP 35628 = 2MASS                      
                       J07210672+6739425. The Hipparcos distance for the M dwarf 27pc, the             
                       very different proper motions suggest the stars appear unrelated.       Red2007a
           JNN  55     BC: In addition to the close binarity discovered in the AstraLux data,          
                       there is a star at 21" separation (HIP 35628), but due to its very              
                       different proper motion, it is likely physically unrelated to the       Red2007a
                       2MASS J07210894+6739590 system (Reid et al. 2007).                      Jnn2012 
07213+1602 BPM 388     [PM2000]  742163 + [PM2000]  742430.                                    Gvr2010 
07214+0305 J  1994     BAL 2270.                                                                       
07214-4832 DUN  45     B is CD-48@2891.                                                                
07216-5521 R    75     AB = SWR  26. Eastern pair in 25" CPM trio                              Skf2004 
07217+7300 MLR 476     Also known as TDS4734.                                                          
07217-6157 BSO  16     A is the variable V389 Car. B is CPD-61@813.                                    
07219+4614 ES 2624     B is BD+46@1254.                                                                
07219+2027 BU 1413     56 Gem. A is a suspected variable.                                              
07220+3646 BU  901     65 Aur.                                                                         
07220-0859 HD  57682   Additional radial velocity measurements by Penny et al (1993) confirm   Pny1993 
                       the lack of variability.                                                Msn1998a
07222-2412 HJ 9002     Previously known as HJ 5451a.                                                   
07223+5954 STF1055     47 Cam.                                                                         
07223+5009 STF1065     20 Lyn. Spectroscopic binary.                                                   
                       H N  61.                                                                MEv2010 
07223-3555 HJ 3957     Primary is possible SB2.                                                Tok2014d
07224+0854 GIC  72     AB = G089-013/G089-014.                                                         
           LDS2735     G089-014. See Allen et al. (2000) for information on metallicity,       AlC2000 
                       age, galactic orbital parameters, etc.                                          
                       BC : Also known as ALC   2.                                                     
07225-0215 ROE  29     BAL 170.                                                                        
07227-2109 HO  521     aka HO  627                                                                     
07229+5517 STF1062     19 Lyn. Both components appear to be spectroscopic binaries.                    
                       AB: H 3  83.                                                            MEv2010 
07229+3413 HJ  757     Aka POP 207.                                                                    
07230+4500 SHY 510     BC: HIP  35799 + HIP  35341. C component = 64 Aur.                              
07230-2546 B   719     VY CMa. This multiple "star" is involved in nebulosity, shaped like             
                       the tail of a comet. All companions may be knots in the nebulosity,             
                       and all may seem variable.                                                      
                       Adaptive optics imaging by Shenoy et al. (2013) in Ks, L', and M bands          
                       suggest the brightness of the "Southwest Clump" (~1.5" from central             
                       star) is almost entirely due to scattering from silicate dust grains.           
                       Lower mass limit for this feature is 5 x 10^-3 to 2.5 x 10^-2 Msun,             
                       depending on assumed gas-to-dust ratio. Presence of clump with no               
                       apparent counterpart on other side of star suggests ejection event.     SDP2013 
07231+7259 GIC  73     LDS5195. G251-032/G251-033.                                                     
                       NLTT 17701/17707                                                        Chm2004 
07231-2532 RSS   7     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 
07234+1237 BPM 389     [PM2000]  749038 + [PM2000]  748794.                                    Gvr2010 
07235-1318 BRT1874     Hipparcos suspected non-single.                                                 
07237+2025 MET  50     Heinze et al. (2010) determine that both the B and C companions are             
                       background objects.                                                     Hze2010 
07240-0359 STF1084     H 4  95.                                                                MEv2010 
07241-2918 SMY   2     eta CMa = 31 CMa = Aludra. B is CD-29@4321.                                     
07242+1428 J   396     J 2628.                                                                         
07242-0859 J  2815     J 2425.                                                                         
07242-2637 RST1345     CPD-26@2080.                                                                    
07245+2330 POU2745     LDS 899. G088-026/G088-025 = NLTT 17816/17814                           Chm2004 
07246+3749 STF1079     C of STF 1079 is A of BU 1414 (07244+3746).                                     
07246+0841 SLE 567     There is an error in the published declination of Soulie's secondary.   Sle1986b
07247+1230 BPMA 35     [PM2000]  753090 + [PM2000]  753453.                                    Gvr2010 
07247-3149 DAW 129     A is a suspected variable.                                                      
07250-3821 LDS 180     B is CD-38@3367.                                                                
07251+0638 GIC  74     G089-017/G089-018.                                                              
07251-0050 BAL 807     J 2629.                                                                         
07252-0544 SCJ   5     B is BD-05@2105.                                                                
07253+5507 STI2187AB   Appears to be the same as HJ 2373.                                      Dam2016d
07253+0311 J  2474     BAL 2278.                                                                       
07256+2030 STF1083     H 3  48.                                                                MEv2010 
07257+0022 BAL1095     J 2630.                                                                         
07260+2205 AG  140     HO 628.                                                                         
07260+1406 STF1088     Same as STF1078. Herschel reports a closer (4") pair. Unconfirmed.      HJ_1836 
07260-0215 TOK 117     HIP 36071. The position measurement in the V-band is of low accuracy.           
                       The status of the B-companion remains uncertain.                        Tok2011a
                       A has small PM, crowded field, B can be optical.                        Tok2014d
07261-2515 EVS   3     Classical Cepheid SS CMa.                                                       
07262+3749 ALI 834     Two recent observations show this object to be single.                          
                       Hipparcos suspected non-single.                                                 
07264+6929 STF1059     AB = LDS1650.                                                                   
07265+0923 J  1064     J  2631.                                                                        
07267+7144 MLR 408     Also known as HDS1044.                                                          
07269+2015 CHR  26     61 Gem. An occultation and spectroscopic binary, now resolved.                  
                       Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 2.90 +/- 1.65, 5.20, and 1.35 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
07269-0932 RST4362     J 2819.                                                                         
07270+7901 MLR 495     Also known as HDS1046.                                                          
07270-3419 HJ 3969     LDS 182. B is CD-34@3610.                                                       
                       See Allen et al. (2000) for information on metallicity, age, galactic   AlC2000 
                       orbital parameters, etc.                                                        
                       HIP 36165. B = HIP 36160.                                                       
                       A and B both show variable RV, and are possible SBs, but Aa,Ab is not   Tok2010d
                       resolved with NICI. A,B are below MS.                                   Tok2014d
07272+0817 BUP 101     bet CMi = 3 CMi = Gomeisa. A is a spectroscopic binary. Variable?               
           DAL  32FH   Identified as DAL  41 by author, but 06149-0617, too. Redesignated      Dal2008c
                       by author.                                                              Dal2014b
07273+1138 BPM 390     [PM2000]  760960 + [PM2000]  760940.                                    Gvr2010 
07273-1130 HJ  759     AC: 07273-1130 and 07276-1129 were found to share primaries. Systems            
                       were moved, using the more correct WDS designation.                             
07273-2355 ARA2050     Open (galactic) cluster Trumpler 7.                                             
           I   770     OW: Primary of 07274-2356 found to be O component of 07273-2355.                
           ARA2052     PX: Primary of 07274-2357 found to be P component of 07273-2355.                
07274+1519 STF1094     H N 108.                                                                MEv2010 
07275-2047 ARG  17     B is BD-20@1949.                                                                
07276-1830 S   550     B is BD-18@1847. Spectral type B8I.                                             
07277+2208 S   548     AC: H 5  66.                                                            MEv2010 
07277+2127 MCA  30     Aa,Ab: 63 Gem. A is an SB and occultation triple, with the wider pair,          
                       presumably, now resolved.                                                       
                       First detected as an occultation binary by Eitter & Beavers             Bvr1977 
                       Mason et al. (1997) orbit gives good fit to speckle/Hipparcos, but      Msn1997a
                       implausibly large masses even for a multiple system.                            
                       HIP solution spurious. Fekel (1986 private communication) detected              
                       this system as a third component in the spectrum and made a                     
                       preliminary estimate of the period of 760 days. A combined                      
                       spectroscopic/speckle orbit was later undertaken in collaboration               
                       with Fekel. This solution includes a mass determination.                        
                       Aa,Ab: Combined spectroscopic/astrometric solution, yielding masses             
                       2.583 +.- 0.059 and 1.030+/- 0.038 Msun for Aa and Ab, respectively,            
                       and a parallax of 30.22 +/- 0.26 mas.                                   Mut2010d
           63 Gem      Aa1,Aa2: Spectroscopic binary detected as submotion in orbit of Aa,Ab           
                       pair. Derived masses are 1.402 +/- 0.032 and 1.181 +/- 0.027 Msun       Mut2010d
           SHJ 368     AB: Aa component of this multiple system is a 1.9d SB2; estimated               
                       period of the AB pair is 26,000y; period of the AD pair ~760y.          Tok2006 
                       AB: H 5  53.                                                            MEv2010 
           HDS1050     AD not seen in the 2MASS K-band image, not confirmed with RoboAO.       Tok2014d
07279-1133 BU  332     Spectrum: G8Ib-II+B+B8V. Variable?                                              
07279-1853 RST2477     TDS4830.                                                                        
07280+0657 BU   21     eta CMi = 5 CMi                                                                 
07282+0856 LAM   4     gam CMi = 4 CMi. A is a spectroscopic binary.                                   
07282+0035 BAL1098     J 1997.                                                                         
07282-2011 BHA   5     CPD-19@2220.                                                                    
07283+1750 BPM 391     [PM2000]  763796 + [PM2000]  763844.                                    Gvr2010 
07286-2627 B  2628     Also known as WFC  55.                                                          
07287+2439 STTA 85     B is BD+24@1666.                                                                
07287+2151 OCC1064     Aka OCC9029.                                                                    
07287-1349 STF1101     Aka ITF  79.                                                                    
07288-4432 DON 186     CPD-44@1586.                                                                    
07289+4811 KUI  30     A may be a long-period spectroscopic binary.                                    
07289-3015 HDS1054     GJ 2060 = V372 Pup.  Daemgen et al. (2007) derive a distance of 15.8    Dae2007 
                       +/- 2.3 pc, a separation of 2.8 +/- 0.4 au, and a predicted orbital             
                       period of 6 +/- 1 y. Spectral types are M0.5 +/- 0.5 and M1.5 +/- 1.0;          
                       masses are 0.59 +/- 0.05 and 0.52 +/- 0.08 Msun.                                
07291+3147 A  2124     62 Gem = rho Gem. A is a spectroscopic binary.                                  
                       G090-001. See Allen et al. (2000) for information on metallicity,       AlC2000 
           ALC   3     age, galactic orbital parameters, etc.                                          
                       AE: NLTT 17908/17907                                                    Chm2004 
                       AE: HJL1047.                                                            HJL1986 
                       AE: SHY  41. Bayesian analysis by Shaya & Olling (2011) indicates very  Shy2011 
                       high (near 100%) probability pair is physical.                                  
07292+1424 BPM 392     [PM2000]  766616 + [PM2000]  766809.                                    Gvr2010 
07292+1421 STTA 86     B is BD+14@1676.                                                                
07292-4318 DUN  51     sig Pup. LDS 186. A is a spectroscopic binary.                                  
           sig Pup     Hipparcos astrometric solution adopted some elements from the orbit of  HIP1997d
                       Wilson (1917).                                                          WRE1917 
07294-1500 STF1104     A premature orbit has been computed for AB.                                     
                       AD: Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components           
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
           TOK 391     Ca,Cb: This is another nearby multiple system. The main component HIP           
                       36395 is a visual binary with a known 728yr orbit, also measured here.          
                       The C component (NLTT 17952) at 20".4 is physical, and yet another CPM          
                       component F is found at 1072" (Tokovinin & Lepine 2012), while the WDS  Tok2012c
                       components D and E are optical. We observed C and resolved it at                
                       0".09. The orbital period of Ca,Cb is on the order of 6yr, estimated            
                       masses are 0.6 and 0.4 Msun. We also targeted F and did not resolve             
                       it. The magnitudes and colors of C and F are quite similar.             Tok2015c
07294-7503 HJ 3991     B is CPD-74@444.                                                                
07295+3448 STT 172     BDS 4152, HJ 3295 same star.                                                    
07295-3807 RSS 132     HIP 36414. A is an SB without orbit, dRV= 1.2*.                         Nrd2004 
07295-7323 RSS   8     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 
07297-0242 BAL 173     BAL 172 is a close pair. B of BAL 173.                                          
07298+2755 MCA  31     65 Gem. A is a spectroscopic binary, now resolved by speckle                    
                       interferometry.                                                                 
                       1988.2520: The measurement resulting from the original analysis of              
                       this observation was rejected prior to publication.  Our reanalysis of          
                       the observation by new techniques yielded a quite good result however.  Hrt1992b
07299+4940 ENG  31     22 Lyn.                                                                         
07300-0446 J  1490     J 2827.                                                                         
07301-4509 CPO 159     CPD-44@1605.                                                                    
07304+1352 STF1102     AB: HJL  84.                                                            HJL1986 
                       AD: HJL1048.                                                            HJL1986 
                       AD: SHY 191. Bayesian analysis by Shaya & Olling (2011) indicates very  Shy2011 
                       high (near 100%) probability pair is physical.                                  
                       AD: Halbwachs et al. (2012): SB1 orbit of D, P=2708.2d, e=0.716,        HJL2012b
                       K1=4.93, V0=-2.38 => M2min=0.27.  D co-moving with HIP 33818 at 6.0pc.  Tok2014d
                       BD: HJL1049.                                                            HJL1986 
           TOK 392     Da,Db: This is a quadruple system. The 7".7 AB pair (STF 1102) is               
                       HIP 36485, the CPM component D = HIP 36497 = HD 59450 is located at             
                       112" from it, while the WDS components C and E are optical. The                 
                       physical nature of AD is established by common PM, distance, and RV.            
                       D is a known SB1 with P=2708d=7.4yr (Halbwachs et al. 2012, MNRAS 422,          
                       14) and an estimated semi-major axis of 93mas, also an acceleration             
                       binary. We resolved the Da,Db pair at 0".11, dI=2.6. The minimum mass           
                       of Db derived from its SB orbit is 0.27 Msun, while we estimate the             
                       masses of Da and Db as 1.05 and 0.6 Msun from their luminosity. A               
                       previous non-resolution of D is reported in INT4; it was also           RAO2015 
                       unresolved with Robo-AO (Riddle et al. 2015).                           Tok2015c
07305+0743 A  2869     Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 4.46 +/- 2.07, 4.05, and 1.82 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
07307+4813 GIC  75     G107-069/G107-070 = GJ 275.2AB.                                                 
                       Quadruple. The two close pairs are separated by 103". The G107-070              
                       orbit depends upon elongations of blended photographic images. While            
                       Harrington et al. (1981) do not determine a value for the semimajor     Hrr1981 
                       axis for the close pair, they do determine a period (0.94y), masses of          
                       individual components (0.17 and 0.08 Msun), and distance to the system          
                       (parallax = 0."0896). Application of Kepler's Law yields a = 0."054.            
                       This agrees well with the statement in Harrington et al. that "The              
                       mean separation of the double would be of order 0.05 arcseconds".               
           WNO  49     Ba,Bb: GL 275.2B.  White dwarf pair = EGGR 52AB.                        Grn1986 
07308+0418 BAL2771     Baillaud thought A had a closer companion. Not found by Heintz.         Hei1995 
07309+3034 DOM   1     C is BD+30@1520.                                                                
07309+2441 HJ  424     AC: POU2819.                                                                    
07309+0030 J  1998     BAL 1102. RST 5264.                                                             
07312+0210 TOK 393     HIP 36557 = HD 59688. According to observations by D. Latham (2012,             
                       private communication), this is a spectroscopic triple with an inner            
                       period of 70d (double-lined, also detected by GCS, mass ratio 0.7) and          
                       an outer period of 2007d or 5.5yr. The outer system is also detected            
                       by astrometric acceleration (Makarov & Kaplan 2005). We resolve it      Mkr2005 
                       here at 0".057, dI=2.0, dy=2.5 mag, and see the orbital motion. The             
                       estimated mass of Ab is 0.88 Msun. The semi-major axis of the 70-d              
                       inner binary Aa,Ab is 7mas, so accurate measurements of AB can detect           
                       the sub-motion to determine the orientation of the inner orbit.         Tok2015c
07312-1215 BRT2673     Error in transcribing to catalog - WDS designation should be -13 deg.           
07312-2110 BRT 317     CPD-20@2532.                                                                    
07314+3528 HJ 3293     ALI 108.                                                                        
07316+1521 BPM 393     [PM2000]  773583 + [PM2000]  773528.                                    Gvr2010 
07317-3553 JSP 167     A is a spectroscopic binary and ellipsoidal variable, PS Pup.                   
                       BC is CPD-35@1289.                                                              
07319+3613 LDS6206     Ross 989, VYS 246. Component A is VV Lyn, so designated because of              
                       starspots, later also found to be a flare star. Spectrum of B dM4.5e.           
                       AB: NLTT 17999/17998                                                    Chm2004 
07319+1237 BPM 394     AB: [PM2000]  774510 + [PM2000]  774601.                                Gvr2010 
07319-6142 TOK 364     First resolution; estimated period 85 yr.                               Tok2013b
07320+1816 LDS3746     NLTT 18016/18017                                                        Chm2004 
07320+1720 WOR  27     AB: Vyss 498. Incorrect coordinates in Worley (1962) led to this pair   Wor1962a
                       being also entered in the WDS as 17280+1734WOR  39.                             
07320-0841 STF1111     Spectrum composite; A+G.                                                        
07321-0853 STF1112     H 4  26.                                                                MEv2010 
07321-5615 BRT2535     SWR  29.                                                                        
07322+1446 BPM 395     [PM2000]  775343 + [PM2000]  775307.                                    Gvr2010 
07322+0407 J  2634     BAL2772.                                                                        
07323-0431 J  2831     Not found by Heintz at IDS position.                                    Hei1990b
07325-3858 B  1550     Spectrum: A3/5mA7-F2.                                                           
07326-0250 BAL 176     J 2832.                                                                         
07326-1253 STF1115     B is BD-12@2017.                                                                
07327+1025 HJ   55     BC: incorrectly added as AC.                                                    
07327+0540 ARG  67     B is BD-05@1702.                                                                
07328+2253 STF1108     Spectroscopic binary. Spectrum: K0II-III+F8V.                                   
07328-0230 BAL 177     J 1494.                                                                         
07328-2048 RUC  20     Primary is TY Pup.                                                              
07330-2820 B  2631     The classification is from Garrison et al. (1977 ApJS 35, 111).         Msn1998a
07330-5510 HJ 3984     AC measure of 1938.1 made by a transit interferometer.                  CpP1938c
                       AC: Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components           
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
07331-5756 LPO   9     Spectral type A2?                                                               
07332+1246 BPM 396     [PM2000]  777962 + [PM2000]  777988.                                    Gvr2010 
07335+3859 BRT2217     ALI 1083.                                                                       
07336+3458 BRT3248     ALI 109.                                                                        
07336+1550 MCA  32     68 Gem.                                                                         
07337-1509 A  3091     RST gives magnitudes as 9.2-9.6.                                                
07340-0142 J  1496     BAL 481.                                                                        
07341-5050 HJ 3986     B is CD-50@2840.                                                                
07342-5045 BRT 713     CPD-50@1299.                                                                    
07343+0322 J  2835     del 3 CMi = 9 CMi.  BAL2296.                                                    
07343-2328 H N  19     A is a spectroscopic binary. Spectrum of B: F5/7V.                              
                       Toyota et al. (2009) monitored the RV of both the A and B components            
                       every 1-2 months between 2003 Mar - 2007 Nov, using a high-dispersion           
                       echelle (precision ~10 m/s). The A star showed large RV variation; the          
                       associated body is expected to be massive; however, orbital period is           
                       longer than their observational span, so orbital elements could not be          
                       determined. The B star exhibits rapid rotation, so RVs could not be             
                       measured to high precision.                                             Toy2009 
07345+1713 BPM 397     [PM2000]  781743 + [PM2000]  781683.                                    Gvr2010 
07345-1352 DOO  42     Slightly variable.                                                              
                       AD: Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components           
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
07345-5258 LTT 2891    Hipparcos astrometric solution assumed circular orbit (e = omega = 0)   HIP1997d
           TOK 118     HIP 36832. A is SB without orbit, dRV= 6.7.                             Nrd2004 
                       This is a new triple system. The A component is a PMS star in SIMBAD,           
                       chromospherically active, X-ray source. Both components are on the MS,  TrC2006 
                       however. See Torres et al. (2006). A is chromospherically active.       Tok2011a
                       A is SB and astrometric binary, P=0.761y, e=0.257, a=17.54mas =>        HIP1997d
                       M2=0.93) Aa,Ab should be double-lined and resolved by speckle, but              
                       unresolved at SOAR.                                                     Tok2014d
07346+3153 STF1110     alp Gem = 66 Gem = Castor. STFB  4. According to R.G. Aitken, this was  A__1935f
                       discovered in 1719 by Bradley and Pound. Mt. Wilson spectral types      Bdy1832A
                       A2,A2,M1. A and B are both SB1's with P = 9.21 d and 2.93 d.            Pnd1832A
                       Castor A is also reported to exhibit x-ray and radio emission.                  
                       See Baize & Petit (1989) catalog of doubles with variable component.    Baz1989d
                       Star C (mag. 9.1, M1Ve) is the spectroscopic and detached eclipsing             
                       binary YY Gem (P = 0.81 d), 70" from the center of AB and in slow               
                       retrograde motion (cf., Heintz), so the object is sextuple.             Hei1960a
                       AB: H 2   1.                                                            MEv2010 
                       AB: Additional notes may be found in Fu et al. (1997)                   McA1997 
                       AB: Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and                     
                       spectroscopic masses 5.43 +/- 0.97, 4.27, and 4.28 Msun, respectively.  Mlk2012 
                       Components Aa, Ab, Ba and Bb determined to have masses of 2.74+/-0.11,  Ana2015 
                       0.37+/-0.09, 2.26+/-0.10 and 0.53+/-0.09 \Msun, respectively.                   
07348+1643 BPM 398     [PM2000]  782626 + [PM2000]  782652.                                    Gvr2010 
07349-2010 BRT 320     CPD-19@2360.                                                                    
07351+3058 STT 175     AB: Using the Hipparcos parallax, the mass sum is found to be 3.00 +/-          
                       0.98 Msun; mass assumed equally divided between A and B components.     Mut2010d
           HR 2896     Ba,Bb:  Close pair seen as trend in solution of AB pair. Impossible to          
                       tell which component of AB pair contains the astrometric subsystem;             
                       selection of the secondary was arbitrary. Estimated masses are 1.3 and          
                       0.2 Msun. The low-mass companion is likely an M dwarf in either a               
                       nearly planar or anti-planar orbit to the wide binary.                  Mut2010d
07351-2830 GC 10171    Hipparcos astrometric solution assumed circular orbit (e = omega = 0)   HIP1997d
07354-0559 SCJ   6     B is BD-05@2176.                                                                
07354-2822 SHY 512     AD: HIP  36917 + HIP  36890.                                                    
           HJ 3982     AB and BC: Additional notes may be found in Herschel (1847).            HJ_1847a
07354-7417 HJ 3997     A is a spectroscopic binary.                                                    
07356+5212 MLR 670     Also known as HDS1073.                                                          
07357+4303 MAD   3     Called MA 2 in BDS and ADS. MA 2 is 05214-0653.                                 
07359+2654 BUP 103     ups Gem = 69 Gem. Variable?                                                     
07360-0147 BAL 484     J 1499.                                                                         
07361+3650 ES 2157     Van Biesbroeck 1944 measure is of BD+37 1743; he questions Espin's      VBs1954 
                       identification.                                                                 
                       Quadrant uncertain. Espin's measures erroneous.                         B__1962d
07362+3250 UC 1599     CPM candidate confirmed physical by photometry (2MASS and V mags).      Tok2013c
07364+1530 BPM 399     [PM2000]  786846 + [PM2000]  786888.                                    Gvr2010 
07364+0705 HEN   3     Delta-M is in K band.                                                           
                       LSPM J0736+0704 = NLTT 18152. Law et al (2008) derive a distance of     Law2008 
                       7.3 +3.9/-1.3 pc and a projected separation of 6.5 +3.5/-1.1 au.                
                       Estimated spectral types are M4.5 and M5.                                       
                       GJ 3454. Estimated age 1000-10000 Myr; masses 0.18 +/- 0.03 and 0.14            
                       +/- 0.01 Msun; a ~5.8 au.                                               Jnn2014 
07364-6152 RST3538     Includes V455 Car, an Algol type eclipsing binary, P = 5.13298d.        Zas2012 
07365+8238 LDS1652     NLTT 17909/17910                                                        Chm2004 
07366-1429 STF1121     AB: B is BD-14@2021.                                                            
                       AB: H 2  63.                                                            MEv2010 
07368-1434 RAS  23     Giant silicon star, tpye B8; companion estimated as early-F.            Ras2014 
07368-1555 RST3530     Spectrum: Fm delta Del.                                                         
07370-2016 WHC   5     Aka ARA 969.                                                                    
07371-0254 OL  155     Aka SLE 802.                                                                    
07373-0407 BUP 104     25 Mon. A variable? C is BD-03@1978.                                            
07374+1215 HJ   60     Aka J  2483. Large position error for HJ identification.                        
07374-3458 FIN 324     f Pup. It was resolved as 0.2" binary FIN 324AB in 1954.31 by Finsen            
                       (1956) using double-slit interferometer at the 0.7 m Innes refractor.   Fin1956a
                       The components were comparable in brightness with dm from 0.3 to 0.6.           
                       Finsen published 7 mean positions resulting from 25 nights (the last            
                       one in 1960.26). His measures show considerable scatter; the motion             
                       looks erratic rather than regular. Finsen could not resolve AB since            
                       1960.29, despite repeated attempts. However, on 1963.305 he found               
                       another companion C at 0.52" with dm =0.8. In fact W. van den Bos saw   Fin1964a
                       both companions earlier and measured AB and AC simultaneously in                
                       1956.2 and 1959.7 (van den Bos 1957, 1961). AC was measured later by    B__1957b
                       R.H. Wilson, Hipparcos, and various speckle interferometers. All        B__1961a
                       speckle observations show no trace of the subsystem AB, except the one          
                       on 1989.305 where B looks doubtful and much fainter than C (McAlister   McA1990 
                       1990). No trace of B was seen at SOAR in 2008-2011 (4 speckle runs).            
                       AC follows a Keplerian orbit with 81 yr period (Hartkopf et al. 2012)   Hrt2012a
                       which was slightly corrected here using the latest measure. This                
                       excludes confusion between the companions (i.e. B and C being the same          
                       star). Besides, both were measured concurrently by van den Bos.                 
                       The companion B cannot be real. The closest separation of AC is 0.09"           
                       according to the orbit and excludes any sub-system with comparable              
                       separation because such a triple star would be dynamically unstable.            
                       The fact that the orbit of AC is known does not allow us to explain the         
                       apparent non-hierarchical configuration by projection. If B were real,          
                       its orbital period would be on the order of 10 yr (scaling from the             
                       orbit of AC) and it would have shown up in our speckle data. Like 104           
                       Tau, we have here a binary which actually is not binary, but "ghost".   Tok2012b
                       AB,C: Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and                   
                       spectroscopic masses 6.74 +/- 1.03, 4.81, and 3.09 Msun, respectively.  Mlk2012 
07375-0202 HO  244     There are two distant companions: 13 mag star P=195deg, dist 34";               
                       9 mag star P=109deg, distance 69".                                      Ho_1890 
07376-1426 S   557     B is BD-14@2052.                                                                
07378+1409 BPM 400     [PM2000]  790698 + [PM2000]  790531.                                    Gvr2010 
07379+7745 MLR 478     AB: Also known as TDS 388.                                                      
07379+1637 BPM 401     [PM2000]  790950 + [PM2000]  791037.                                    Gvr2010 
07379-6026 HJ 3993     CD-60@1821.                                                                     
07380+1802 BPM 402     [PM2000]  791141 + [PM2000]  790925.                                    Gvr2010 
07380-3208 B  1554     Additional companion seen which may be a ghost. The measures of         B__1956a
                       van den Bos and Finsen of this alleged companion are X coded.           Fin1951a
07382+1752 HJ 2404     A measure of A and BD+18@1692.                                                  
           SLE 433     AE: Soulie (1986) measure in error, apparently due to typo in right             
                       ascension of secondary.                                                 Sle1986a
07383+4745 MET   6     Metchev & Hillenbrand say the pair is probably optical, based on                
                       proximity.                                                              Met2004b
07383-2522 B   731     Duplicity still not certain. Needs speckle.                                     
                       PU Pup, an eclipsing binary of Beta Lyr-type, period 2.57895 day.       Zas2013 
                       Likely a spurious pair. Last measured 1966 and unresolved by SOAR on 5          
                       occasions 2009–2013.                                                    Tok201
07383-2524 I   778     CPD-25@2621.                                                                    
07384+3644 LMP   5     AC: Due to the large proper motion of the primary, a 1964 measure of    Pws1993 
                       the AB pair was incorrectly identified as a new component and labelled          
                       LMP   5AC.                                                                      
07384-4743 HJ 3990     B is CD-47@3192.                                                                
07385+3503 BU  200     70 Gem. AC: H VI 70.                                                            
                       AB: H 6  70.                                                            MEv2010 
07385+2400 POU2850     A 2.4" possible companion to 2MASS J07382951+2400088 is noted in the            
                       WDS, but our AstraLux images show no such companion.                    Jnn2012 
07386-5438 UC 1601     CPM candidate does not pass photometry test; likely optical.            Tok2013c
07387-0127 HO  245     B component spectral type GIII                                          AbH2000 
                       AB: Additional notes may be found in Hough (1890).                      Ho_1890 
07388+4925 LAW  15     LSPM J0738+4925 = NLTT 18181. Law et al (2008) derive a distance of     Law2008 
                       19.5 +8.9/-3.7 pc and a projected separation of 4.9 +2.9/-0.6 au.               
                       Estimated spectral types are M4.5 and M5.                                       
07388-0126 HO   35     Also known as RST4859.                                                  Dam2012 
07388-2648 H 3  27     H III 27. Both components suspected variables.                                  
07389+4229 STTA 87     B is BD+42@1745.                                                                
07389+0421 BAL2781     J 2484.                                                                         
07389-2016 BU  201     Listed in the IDS notes as ARG 47a, but in the ADS as BU  201.                  
07393+0514 SHB   1     alp CMi = 10 CMi = Procyon. Proper motion of A -710 -1023 (FK5).                
                       In 1868.17, Searle suspected seeing two faint companions on two                 
                       nights, "one about 7" n, the other about as far f".                     Sea1882 
                       Strand (1951) orbit utilizes radial velocities.                         Str1951 
                       See Baize & Petit (1989) catalog of doubles with variable component.    Baz1989d
                       Hipparcos astrometric solution adopted some elements from the orbit of  HIP1997d
                       Irwin et al. (1992).                                                    Irw1992b
                       AB: Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and                     
                       spectroscopic masses 2.03 +/- 0.05, 1.44, and 1.27 Msun, respectively.  Mlk2012 
                       Most likely age of system is 1.87+/-0.13 Gyr. Procyon B progenitor mass Lie2013 
                       is 2.59(+0.44)(-0.26) Msun.                                                     
                       AB: Bond et al. (2015) position angles published for J2000 equinox;     BdH2015 
                       theta precessed back to epoch of observation.  Bond et al. derive               
                       masses 1.478 +/- 0.012 and 0.592 +/- 0.006 Msun.                                
                       Spectral type of secondary: DQZ6.5.                                     Hbg2013 
           LAM   6     AC: Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components           
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
           DIC   1     AD: Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components           
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
           D    29     AE: Additional notes may be found in Dembowski (1883).                  D__1883 
07393-3826 B  1557     CPD-38@1481.                                                                    
07397+1305 CRZ   3     LSPM J0739+1304 + 2MASSI J0739438+130507. Secondary is M8 brown dwarf.  Crz2007 
07397+0117 A  2532     Rapid motion.                                                                   
07397-2250 BRT1426     CD-22@4893.                                                                     
07397-3808 I   160     d 2 Pup                                                                         
07398+0516 BRD   2     The A component is the E of 07393+0514.                                         
07398-3235 HD  61827   LS 640. The classification is from Houk & Cowley (1975, Michigan                
                       Spectral Catalogue, vol. 1).                                            Msn1998a
07399-2231 BRT1428     CD-22@4899.                                                                     
07400-0336 BGH   3     B is BD-03@2002.                                                                
                       NLTT 18257/18260                                                        Chm2004 
07400-2453 I   779     CPD-24@2670.                                                                    
07401+0514 STF1126     One component is a spectroscopic binary.                                        
                       AB: H 1  23.                                                            MEv2010 
07402-1724 VBS  41     AB. LUY 745-46A. Van Biesbroek (1974) gives average of 5 measures       VBs1974 
                       obtained over 4 years, notes "little change". It is assumed he was              
                       observing the A component of the 20" LUY6207 pair.                              
           LDS5693     AC. LUY 745-46A+B. Aka LUY6207.                                         Luy1950b
                       NLTT 18271/18270                                                        Chm2004 
07404-1806 SLE 820     TDS5044 (merged 2008/06/25)                                                     
07405+4136 LDS6208     NLTT 18248/18247                                                        Chm2004 
07406+1213 BPM 403     [PM2000]  797667 + [PM2000]  797678.                                    Gvr2010 
07410+2148 VAS  14     VSK   8.                                                                        
07411+1323 BPM 404     AB: [PM2000]  799003 + [PM2000]  798850.                                Gvr2010 
           BPM 405     AC: [PM2000]  799003 + [PM2000]  799074.                                Gvr2010 
           BPM 406     BC: [PM2000]  798850 + [PM2000]  799074.                                Gvr2010 
07414-8555 HJ 4086     B is CPD-85@138.                                                                
07417+3726 STT 177     Both the Postmas (1963) and Couteau & Laques (1965) orbits depend       Pma1963 
                       on the isolated measures by van den Bos in 1962.                        Cou1965a
                       Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 6.29 +/- 5.43, 3.42, and 1.00 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
07417+0942 STF1130     A premature orbit has been computed. Needs speckle.                             
07417+0319 J   283     Also known as DJU   9.                                                          
07418-7236 DUN  57     zet Vol                                                                         
07419+3709 BRT2218     ALI 582.                                                                        
07419+1703 BPM 407     [PM2000]  800895 + [PM2000]  800833.                                    Gvr2010 
07419+0449 SLE 448     Aka BAL3007a.                                                                   
07420+3655 ES 2158     AB: Also known as COU2072.                                                      
                       BD+37 1757. A found to be double, mags become 11.1 and 11.4. There is           
                       no star in the position given in ADS.                                   VBs1954 
07421+0348 GIC  76     G050-002/G050-003.                                                              
07421-2407 CPD   4     B is CD-23@5971.                                                                
07422-0331 STF1132     B is BD-03@2018.                                                                
                       H 4  96.                                                                MEv2010 
07426-1824 JRN  35     AB and AC: SLE 827.                                                             
07427+1659 BPM 408     [PM2000]  802827 + [PM2000]  802979.                                    Gvr2010 
07427+0110 DOB   8     BAL 1411.                                                                       
07429+6517 HU  843     Same as HEI 132, misidentified by Hussey                                Hei1985a
07430+5843 HJ 2405     24 Lyn.                                                                         
07430+5110 GIC  66     G193-059/G193-060. LDS6209. Typographical error led to this pair being          
                       originally entered in the WDS as 06432+5113.                                    
07430+2327 BLL  22     A is the Mira-type variable, S Gem.                                             
07430-1704 HU  710     Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical and spectroscopic masses                  
                       2.88 +/- 1.72 and 2.46 Msun, respectively.                              Mlk2012 
07430-4511 WSI  99     Provisionally designated WSI9104.                                       Tok2010 
07431+1638 BPM 409     [PM2000]  803873 + [PM2000]  803792.                                    Gvr2010 
07431+0011 B  2526     The bright component is B. Distance 0".12; occasionally the star image          
                       was not quite round, but too close to measure.                          Vou1947b
07433+2853 BLL  23     sig Gem = 75 Gem. A is a spectroscopic binary and variable.                     
           CIA   7     Aa,Ab: Roettenbacher et al. (2015) resolve the RS CVn binary sig Gem            
                       and determined a combined spectroscopic/astrometric orbit. The orbital          
                       parallax is 25.8 +/- 0.4 mas (38.8 +/- 0.6pc), flux ratio in H is               
                       270 +/- 70, primary radius is 10.1 +/- 0.4 Rsun, primary luminosity             
                       39 +/- 2 Lsun, the system age 5 +/- 1 Gyr. Derived masses are                   
                       1.28 +/- 0.07 and 0.73 +/- 0.03 Msun.                                   CIA2015b
07435+0329 TOK 355     Aa,Ab: SB1, P=34.8y.                                                    Tok2014d
           STF1134     AB: HJL  85.                                                            HJL1986 
07435-2825 SEE  85     1 Pup.                                                                          
07437-0004 HJ 2413     G112-043/G112-044. See Allen et al. (2000) for information on           AlC2000 
                       metallicity, age, galactic orbital parameters, etc.                             
                       NLTT 18347/18346                                                        Chm2004 
07437-3706 JSP 179     CPD-36@1566.                                                                    
07441+1713 BPM 410     [PM2000]  806370 + [PM2000]  806526.                                    Gvr2010 
07441-1656 HU  844     V611 Pup, Algol (EA) type eclipsing binary, P = 6.3177 d.               Zas2011 
07442-5027 DUN  55     B is CD-50@2948.                                                                
                       SHY 195. Bayesian analysis by Shaya & Olling (2011) indicates very      Shy2011 
                       high (near 100%) probability pair is physical.                                  
07444+2424 STT 179     kap Gem = 77 Gem                                                                
07444+0358 J  1999     aka BAL2783.                                                            Dam2016b
07445-2350 BRT2917     CPD-23@2752.                                                                    
07445-2351 ARA2067     This, and ARA 2068 may be more distant companions of I 780.                     
07446+1707 BPM 411     [PM2000]  807720 + [PM2000]  807817.                                    Gvr2010 
07447+1231 BPM 412     [PM2000]  807903 + [PM2000]  808122.                                    Gvr2010 
07448-3344 STN9001     Previously known as STN  60 1/2.                                                
07449+0349 BAL2784     J 2486. J 2000.                                                                 
07451-4248 CPO 169     CPD-42@1599.                                                                    
07453+2802 BU  580     bet Gem = 78 Gem = Pollux                                                       
                       AB, AE, and AG: Optical pairs, based on study of relative motion of             
                       the components using the method of apparent motion parameters.          Kiy2008 
           H 6  42     AC: H VI 42.                                                                    
                       AC: Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components           
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
           STFB  5     F is BD+28@1465.                                                                
                       AF: Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components           
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
07453-3812 BRT1610     Also known as DAW 193.                                                          
07454+1739 BPM 413     [PM2000]  809466 + [PM2000]  809614.                                    Gvr2010 
07454+1657 BPM 414     [PM2000]  809532 + [PM2000]  809629.                                    Gvr2010 
07454+1540 BPM 415     [PM2000]  809579 + [PM2000]  809412.                                    Gvr2010 
07455-1441 STF1138     2 Pup. B is the eclipsing binary PV Pup, and is BD-14@2193.             Fen1929 
                       AB: H 4  91.                                                            MEv2010 
07456-3410 RAG   6     AB: B = GJ 288B, white dwarf, PM(B)=(-246,+1654) (Holberg et al 2002).  Hbg2002 
                       B is binary?                                                            Tok2014d
           TOK 193     Triple system at 15 pc. The inner astrometric pair with large dmu is            
                       resolved with speckle. It is accompanied by the white dwarf NLTT 18141          
                       = GJ 288B at 914".                                                      Tok2012a
                       Astrometric binary; dm 4.0 mag, period ~ 10y? Accelerated pm, SB        Tok2012b
07458+7749 STF1100     Schiller measures: 1911.50, 238.6@, 33.54", 8.8-10.5.                   Shr1913 
                       Identification uncertain.                                                       
07459+6509 STF1122     BDS 4203, H V 135 same star.                                                    
                       H 5 135.                                                                MEv2010 
07462-3053 I  1169     Spectrum: Fm Delta Del.                                                         
07462-5949 COO  58     B is CPD-59@898.                                                                
                       SWR  32. CPM pair                                                       Skf2004 
           SHY 194     AC: HIP  37918 + HIP  37563.                                                    
           SHY 194     BC: HIP  37923 + HIP  37563.                                                    
07463+5755 GIC  77     LDS2552. G193-064/G193-063.                                                     
07465-2202 B  2153     CPD-21@2740.                                                                    
07466+1102 OL   78     This pair is 13" preceding and 3' south of ADS 6358. Fainter and                
                       closer, not in the B.D. The only earlier measures are given in the              
                       ADS; all later measures assigned to it are of ADS 6358. No change in            
                       either pair.                                                            B__1963b
07466+0408 STF1137     H 2  39.                                                                MEv2010 
07467+2001 RED   9     2MASSW J0746425+200032                                                          
                       Reid (2001) 2000.287 data from HST WFPC2 . Paper includes mass and age  Red2001 
                       estimates, as well as discussion of L dwarf binary frequency and                
                       semimajor axis distribution.                                                    
                       Bouy et al (2004) derive a combined spectroscopic/astrometric solution  Boy2004 
                       for this binary L dwarf. Quoted errors are as follows:                          
                       P: +2.475/-2.100y, a: +0".030/-0".023, i: +2.5/-3.4deg,                         
                       node: +9.9/-14.2deg, T: +0.14/-0.09y, e: +0.08/-0.09,                           
                       omega: +5.2/-5.9deg. Semi-major axis given as 2.53 +0.37/-0.28 au.              
                       Angular values in orbit catalog are based on the quoted distance of             
                       12.21 +/- 0.05 pc. The total derived mass is 0.146 +0.016/-0.006 Msun.          
                       HST spectra indicate spectral types L0 +/- 0.5 and L1.5 +/- 0.5; Bouy           
                       et al. determine age range 150-500 Myr, conclude secondary is brown             
                       dwarf with mass in range 0.060 - 0.072 Msun.                                    
                       Gizis et al. (2006) believe both stars are probably older (>1 Gyr)              
                       than thought by Bouy et al., with masses about 0.080 and 0.075 Msun.    Giz2006 
                       Assuming a parallactic distance of 12.21 +/- 0.05 pc                    Dah2002 
                       (Dahn et al. 2002), Konopacky et al. (2010) derive a system mass of             
                       0.151 +/- 0.003 Msun.                                                   Kon2010 
07468+0245 BAL2311     BAL1813.                                                                        
07470+6403 STF1127     BDS 4378; H II 101 is probably same star.                                       
07470+0001 STF1141     B is BD+00@2080.                                                                
07471-1933 DAW 182     CPD-19@2666.                                                                    
07471-4130 DUN  56     Alternate spectral type: B1V. B is CD-41@3385.                                  
07472-5905 R    79     B is CPD-58@993.                                                                
07473-0543 HJ   62     There is a faint star near B about half the distance of A.                      
07475+7012 GJ 285.1    Arenou (2000) combined solution of astrometric orbits and DSBs. Paper   Are2000 
                       includes masses and distances.                                                  
07475+3325 STF1135     pi Gem = 80 Gem. Variable?                                                      
                       AB: H 4  53.                                                            MEv2010 
07476+1540 BPM 416     [PM2000]  815002 + [PM2000]  814995.                                    Gvr2010 
07478-1601 KNT   4     B is BD-15@2049.                                                                
07478-4418 BRT 716     CPD-43@1790.                                                                    
07479-1212 STF1146     5 Pup.                                                                          
07479-2411 HJ 4003     ARA074.                                                                         
07480+6018 HU 1247     This system underwent periastron sooner than predicted by the orbit of  Baz1961b
                       Baize (1961).                                                           Hrt1992b
                       Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 1.88 +/- 0.15, 2.08, and 2.14 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
                       SB1, P=7236d? = 19.8y?                                                  Tok2014d
07480+1327 BPM 417     [PM2000]  815774 + [PM2000]  815786.                                    Gvr2010 
07481+5013 NI   17     BVD  68.                                                                        
07481+0525 STF1143     Some error in position. See note in BDS II.                             Bu_1906 
                       This may be STF1134AB with a larger error than is typical for a                 
                       FGW Struve measure.                                                             
07481-4812 SWR  34     CPM pair                                                                Skf2004 
07484+1820 STF1140     H 2  64.                                                                MEv2010 
07484+0434 BRT2135     BAL 2789.                                                                       
07484-1922 OL    5     This is probably the same as OL 156.                                            
07486+2308 WRH  15     82 Gem. 1945.82 : System separated.                                             
                       The equinox-1900 position was incorrectly given as 07526+2323 in        McA1978b
                       McAlister (1978) and McAlister & Fekel (1980)                           McA1980b
07487-0030 HJ   63     BAL 828.                                                                        
07488+2855 H 5  67     H V 67.                                                                         
07489-2458 HIP  38134  This metal-poor astrometric and SB is not resolved here.                Tok2013b
07489-2622 BRT2921     CPD-26@2613.                                                                    
07490+2834 STF1144     AB: H 2  65.                                                            MEv2010 
                       Primary is eclipsing binary of Algol-type, 1.425 d.                     Zas2012 
07490+0040 STTA 88     B is BD+01@1912.                                                                
07490-2455 TOK 194     Astrometric binary; dm 1.7 mag, period ~ 2.4y Orbit (Goldin & Makarov           
                       2007)                                                                   Tok2012b
                       The period matches the astrometric orbit of Goldin & Makarov (2007.     Gln2007 
                       The mass sum in this pair composed of a giant primary and possibly an           
                       A-type secondary is 5.9 Msun. The measure on 2011.93 was ignored as             
                       spurious (it was affected by vibrations).                               Tok2015c
07491-5625 SEE  88     A is a spectroscopic binary.                                                    
07492+3117 HJ  429     SEI 481.                                                                Nsn2017b
07492-4622 JC   11     B is CD-46@3462.                                                                
07492-6017 HJ 4012     Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components               
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
           SHY 197     AC: HIP  38160 + HIP  37918. C component = A component of 07462-5949.           
           SHY 197     AD: HIP  38160 + HIP  37563. D component = C component of 07462-5949.           
07493+0839 GIC  78     G089-043/G089-042.                                                              
07493-2452 BU 1063     xi Pup = 7 Pup. A is a spectroscopic binary.                                    
07494+1655 BPM 418     [PM2000]  819195 + [PM2000]  819247.                                    Gvr2010 
07494-2902 B  2638     CD-28@4920?                                                                     
07495+4128 LDS 900     AB,C: NLTT 18475/18473                                                  Chm2004 
07497+1204 BPM 419     [PM2000]  819741 + [PM2000]  819782.                                    Gvr2010 
07497+1047 BPM 420     [PM2000]  819895 + [PM2000]  819740.                                    Gvr2010 
07498-2012 SEE  87     Both A and B are above MS. Wrong parallax?  B is optical, observed              
                       motion is opposite to the PM of A. Wrong colors.                        Tok2014d
07500+1203 BPM 421     [PM2000]  820582 + [PM2000]  820603.                                    Gvr2010 
07500+0241 J  2044     BAL 1822.                                                                       
07501+0239 J  2046     BAL 1823.                                                                       
07501-0053 SAN   1     Reported by Sanford & Nicholson in 1940. Star 17 Algiers 184.           San1940 
                       Also known as HDS1112.                                                          
07502+1051 BPM 422     [PM2000]  820874 + [PM2000]  820708.                                    Gvr2010 
07502-0214 GCB  21     J 1502. BAL 491.                                                                
07503+0713 LDS3765     GJ 1102B.   White dwarf pair = WD 0747+07 = EGGR 426/427                Grn1986 
07506-3620 JSP 194     CPD-36@1702.                                                                    
07507+0242 BAL1825     J 2047.                                                                         
07508+0317 A  2880     Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 1.70 +/- 0.37, 4.80, and 2.88 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
07509+4428 JNN  59     There is a companion to 2MASS J07505369+4428181 which has a color and           
                       brightness that is consistent with what should be expected if it was            
                       physcially bound. Common proper motion has not yet been tested for the          
                       system.                                                                 Jnn2012 
07509+1203 BRT3375     Unnumbered pair, following BRT1240 in Barton's list.                    Brt1935a
07509+0446 BRT2136     Aka BAL3007b.                                                                   
07510+4231 LDS 901     NLTT 18504/18506                                                        Chm2004 
07510+3137 STTA 89     Also known as FRK   7. B is BD+31@1677, spectrum A5.                            
                       HJL1050.                                                                HJL1986 
07510-2414 HDO 110     CD: J  1503.                                                            J__1962a
07513+1649 BPM 423     [PM2000]  823572 + [PM2000]  823801.                                    Gvr2010 
07517+1245 BPM 424     [PM2000]  824420 + [PM2000]  824507.                                    Gvr2010 
07517+0301 CUD   3     Component A is the central star of the planetary nebula PN G217.1+14.7  Skf2013 
                       = Abell 24.                                                                     
07518-0252 BAL 189     BRT 413.                                                                Brt1931 
07518-1354 BU  101     9 Pup. Discussion of the RV's by Abt & Levy (1976).                     AbH1976 
                       Pourbaix gives combined solution for this resolved SB2, yielding                
                       orbital parallaxes and component masses.                                Pbx2000b
                       Hipparcos parallax 60.59 +/- 0.59 mas; dynamical parallax 59.8 mas,             
                       masses 1.16 and 0.86 Msun. This is a minor revision of the orbit by             
                       Pourbaix (2000) needed to reduce its large residual from our measure    Pbx2000b
                       in 2009. Radial velocities (RVs) from the above paper were included in          
                       the combined orbital solution, but make little influence on the final           
                       elements, which are primarily constrained by speckle interferometry.            
                       The orbit is now extremely well defined.                                Tok2012b
                       Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 1.90 +/- 0.09, 2.09, and 1.02 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
07519+0001 LDS6210     NLTT 18545/18546                                                        Chm2004 
07519-2630 BRT9001     This pair not assigned a Barton number by him, hence the 9001 here.     Brt1951 
                       His cross-reference star, CPD-26@2690 = CD-26@5106, is single,                  
                       however, the precise position identified pair seems to match Barton's           
                       description.                                                                    
07520-0202 BAL 492     J 2856.                                                                         
07522-4035 TOK 195     Astrometric binary; dm 1.0 mag, period ~ 7.0y Orbit (Jancart et al.     Jnc2005 
                       2005), SB1                                                              Tok2012b
                       The bright star a Pup (HD 64440, HR 3080) is known as a spectroscopic           
                       binary. However, examination of the RV data reveals that the orbit by           
                       Parsons (1983 ApJS 53, 553) is only approximate. The binary is                  
                       difficult to measure, always close to the diffraction limit and with            
                       dm~3. Instead of the spectroscopic period of 6.99yr, our orbit has              
                       P=7.4y and is still preliminary. More RV coverage is obviously needed.  Tok2015c
07525+7753 LDS1659     NLTT 18453/18452                                                        Chm2004 
07525-1352 H 3  28     H III 28.  Hipparcos suspected non-single.                                      
07526+1635 BPM 425     [PM2000]  826307 + [PM2000]  826550.                                    Gvr2010 
07526+1201 STF1153     Spectral classes may be F8, F5 (McCormick). B is BD+12@1699.                    
07528+1850 OCC9016     The OCC2010 solution is ambiguous and two are arbitrarily "T" coded             
                       until the true solution is determined.                                          
07528-0526 FIN 325     See Baize & Petit (1989) catalog of doubles with variable component.    Baz1989d
                       Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 2.20 +/- 0.23, 2.18, and 1.35 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
07529+6454 STF1136     STT 184.                                                                        
07529-5838 RST4379     Spectral type A5?                                                               
07530+3138 SEI 483     KU, Bonn 3465.                                                                  
07532-1248 J  2489     RST 3554. BRT 2616. BRT2689.                                                    
07533+2528 HJ 5471     Herschel coordinates 07 42 59.2 NPD 64 06 50 (1830). He notes: "this    HJ_1870 
                       one and 5472 are in same field and nearly same parallel".                       
07535+2917 ALP  12     2MASSI J0753321+291711                                                          
                       Physical companionship to this ultracool dwarf is ruled out based on            
                       I-J color, using I-band photometry taken at WIYN.                       AlP2007 
07535+2646 phi Gem     Hipparcos astrometric solution assumed circular orbit (e = omega = 0)   HIP1997d
07536+3036 BUP 108     Proper motion of A +719 -1832.                                                  
                       We do not confirm it using our data and images from the Digitized Sky           
                       Surveys                                                                 Oso2004 
07537-6339 MUG   8     Based on astrometry, photometry and H- and K-band spectroscopy,                 
                       Mugrauer et al. (2007) conclude that HD 65216 A and B comprise a        Mug2007 
                       physical pair. The projected separation is 253 au. The Ba and Bb                
                       (their B and C) components also appear to be co-moving. From narrow-            
                       band photometry of all components, conclude spectral type of Ba is              
                       M7-M8 and that of Bb is L2-L3; masses are 0.089 +/- 0.001 and 0.078             
                       +/- 0.001 Msun for Ba and Bb, assuming a system age of 5 Gyr. Orbital           
                       period of Ba,Bb estimated at 36y. Theta values estimated from their             
                       Figure 6.                                                                       
                       Primary is planet host star. Two companions Ba and Bb bound to A                
                       component. Spectral types of Ba and Bb are M6.5-L0 and M7.5-L4,                 
                       respectively.                                                           Egn2007 
                       AB: A is exoplanet host, P=613d, 5542d                                  Tok2014d
07538+2444 STF1156     Burnham says STF1156 and STF1163 (BDS 4335 and BDS 4352) are            Bu_1906 
                       the same star, but Weis ("F.G.W. Struve's Double Stars") indicates              
                       separate pairs. WDS identification 07560+2440STF1163 changed to                 
                       07538+2444STF1156 and 07560+2440STF1163.                                        
07540+1711 BPM 426     [PM2000]  829481 + [PM2000]  829487.                                    Gvr2010 
07541-2413 ARA2083     ARA2082 and ARA2083 found to share same secondary; quadrant flipped             
                       for ARA2082 and systems merged, with ARA2082 as BC pair.                        
07542+1135 BPM 427     [PM2000]  829865 + [PM2000]  830037.                                    Gvr2010 
07542+0429 J   803     J notes a second component at 100@, 11th magnitude.                             
07542-5834 HJ 4021     Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components               
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
07544-1748 HJ 4015     B is BD-17@2221.                                                                
07545-0011 BAL1121     J  3284.                                                                Nsn2016 
07547+3806 TOK 665     Tokovinin & Lepine (2012): 3 CPM candidates at 802", 1665", 1612", all          
                       likely optical.                                                         Tok2014d
07549+1914 ENG  33     AB: Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components           
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
07549+1218 BPM 428     [PM2000]  831471 + [PM2000]  831462.                                    Gvr2010 
07549-2920 KUI  32     Also known as LHS1955. Parallax = 74.36 +/- 1.13 mas.                   Rdl2010 
07552+1601 BPM 429     [PM2000]  832157 + [PM2000]  831932.                                    Gvr2010 
07554-5337 GLI  77     B is CPD-53@1479.                                                               
07557-0328 HJ   71     See note in BDS II.                                                             
07558+3530 HJ 3303     ALI 115.                                                                        
07560+2440 STF1163     Burnham says STF1156 and STF1163 (BDS 4335 and BDS 4352) are            Bu_1906 
                       the same star, but Weis ("F.G.W. Struve's Double Stars") indicates              
                       separate pairs. WDS identification 07560+2440STF1163 changed to                 
                       07538+2444STF1156 and 07560+2440STF1163.                                        
07560+2342 COU 929     Mason et al. (1997) orbit includes mass determination.                  Msn1997a
                       Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 1.82 +/- 0.22, 2.35, and 1.05 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
07560+0448 BAL3008     Not found by Heintz at IDS position.                                    Hei1990b
07560-2313 DON 212     CD-22@5380.                                                                     
07563-2221 SEE  90     CD-22@5387.                                                                     
07568-6049 HJ 4027     In the cluster NGC 2516. Spectra B9IVp(Si) and B9.5IVp(SiII).                   
                       Spectrum of C: A2IV.                                                            
07571+1800 BPM 430     [PM2000]  836184 + [PM2000]  836153.                                    Gvr2010 
07572+2342 HJ  433     Also reported as new by Gauchet and Doolittle.                          Gau1926a
07573+0108 STT 185     Perry (as cited by Gledhill) noted two faint companions with his                
                       18-inch reflector in 1881.16. The first was at ~170deg, separation              
                       25-30", the other at ~270deg, 30-35".                                           
                       Additional notes may be found in Schiaparelli (1888).                   Sp_1888 
                       Malkov et al. (2012) derive dynamical, photometric, and spectroscopic           
                       masses of 2.85 +/- 0.37, 2.86, and 1.13 Msun, respectively.             Mlk2012 
07573-4407 SEE  92     A is variable.                                                                  
07578-6018 LDS 198     A is a spectroscopic binary.                                                    
           JSP 208     BC: CD-59@1774.                                                                 
07581-2916 BRT2933     CPD-28@2627.                                                                    
07582-4915 HRG 137     A is the Beta Lyrae-type system V Pup.                                          
07583+0213 SHJ  87     14 CMi.                                                                         
                       AB: Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components           
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
                       AC: Optical pair, based on study of relative motion of the components           
                       using the method of apparent motion parameters.                         Kiy2008 
                       AB: H 6  84.                                                            MEv2010 
07584-0258 BRT 542     BAL 192.                                                                        
07584-2908 EVS   7     Classical Cepheid AQ Pup.                                                       
07584-4619 CPO 183     One of three Barton pairs he may have intended to label BRT 721.        Brt1933 
07584-6051 HJ 4031     Spectrum: B8.5IIIMnII and B9V.                                                  
07587-4740 CPO 184     CPD-47@1729.                                                                    
                       One of three Barton pairs he may have intended to label BRT 721.        Brt1933 
07590-4940 CPO 185     One of three Barton pairs he may have intended to label BRT 721.        Brt1933 
07590-6338 LDS 199     Separation 1050".                                                               
07592+3457 BRT3249     ALI 117.                                                                        
07592-4959 DUN  59     B is CD-49@3244.                                                                
07592-5038 SWR  36     CPM pair                                                                Skf2004 
07593+6554 MLB 344     Also known as WFC  60.                                                          
07598-0847 GWP 957     ABL 179.                                                                Tob2012b
07598-1351 HLD  94     The 1985.12 measure by Heintz was listed as HJ   74 at it's             Hei1987a
                       previous incorrect southern declination. When given the correct                 
                       hemisphere this is the closest pair which approximately fits, so the            
                       id on this measure is uncertain.                                                
07598-4718 I  1070     Primary is V410 Pup, a bet Lyr type eclipsing binary, period 0.87616d.  Zas2012 
07599-1030 FOX  63     Aka J  2861.                                                            Dam2012 
07599-1433 GWP 958     ABL 180.                                                                Tob2012b
07599-1448 BRT 571     TDS5429.