Gamma Leporis 

Eddy O'Connor
Star: Gamma Leporis 
Date & Time: 10 -11p.m local; UT +11. 
Monday, 01/01/01 
Seeing: 7 <1-10 Seeing Scale (10 best)> 
Transparency: 7/10 
Temperature: 18º 
Other Conditions: Calm. Moon 5 days old 
Location of Site: Terara, New South Wales 
Australia,  S34.52, W150.38 degrees. 
Site Classification: Suburban 
Sky darkness: Northern sky: 5; Southern: 5.5 
Binoculars: 25X100mm Somet Binoculars. 7X35mm  Tento 
HS: 1+ 
HS= Harshaw Scale1-5 (1 best) 
 
Harrington sees the 3rd magnitude Primary as a striking Yellow, while 
the secondary is a mag. 6 Orange star. Two other stars in the field 
render a pretty picture. 

This was an easy object in the large Binox. I see the colours as Light Yellow and Red. This object is best seen at low power and makes a wonderful display piece. 
 
Ambience: Clouds suddenly cleared at a late hour last night and I set up the 8" and Big Binox with a plan to cruise through some old favourites and to hopefully lift some spirits of those of you fighting ice floes in your back yards. Here, I have to admit ,the neighbours' kids are celebrating our New Year by splashing about in their back-yard 
swimming pool under the light of a waxing moon at 11 p.m. Ponder this as you gaze on glacial gardens! Long ago in an African night I once floated  on my back in a dark pool on an inky night and had the universe above and reflected stars below lapping all around me… 
 
 

 
 
Thad Robosson
Star: Gamma Leporis 
Date & Time: 1-17-01, 3:30 - 5:30 UT
Seeing: 4~5 <1-10 Seeing Scale (10 best)>
Weather: clear, but quite chilly at 45°F
(Hey, it's cold to us....)
Location of Site: Phoenix, AZ
112 08.029w, 33 32.674n
Site Classification: Suburban 
Sky darkness: -- <Limiting magnitude> 
Transparency: 3~4/10
Binoculars: 10x50 on homemade bino mount. 
 
 
Est PA near 0°.  Primary is white with slight suspicion of blue, and comp. is faint yellow.