Delta 1+2 Lyra 

Jim Jones
Star: Delta 1+2 Lyra 
Date & Time: 0340 UTC, 11/16/00
Seeing: 5 <1-10 Seeing Scale (10 best)>
Location of site: Lake Oswego, Oregon 
Site classification: Suburban
Sky darkness: 3.5 <Limiting magnitude> 
Binocular: 7x50 Nikon (hand held)


Est PA 250d 
Primary was a bit dimmer than companion. 
Primary white.  This double resides in the open 
cluster Seph 1 but I couldn't really see the cluster tonight. 


Mary Flanagan 
Star: Delta 1+2 Lyra 
Date & Time: 03 Dec 2000 00:55 UT 
Seeing: 6 <1-10 Seeing Scale (10 best)>
Transparency: 6 <10-Best> 
Other Conditions
Location of Site: Apple Valley MN, USA 
93º 14' 25" W; 44º 45' 17" N 
Site Classification: Suburban 
Sky darkness: 3 <Limiting magnitude> 
Binoculars: Pentax 7 x 50 binoculars 
Good looking pair; primary pale orange, secondary pale blue. One of the few bino doubles I've noticed halfway decent color in. 


Stuart Anderson
Star: Delta 1+2 Lyra 
Date & Time: 2207 UTC, 28.Apr.2001
Seeing: 4 <1-10 Seeing Scale (10 best)>.
Location of site: Hamburg, Germany
Lat/Long: 53 34 N, 9 59 E
Site classification: Suburban sky
Sky darkness: -- <Limiting magnitude>
Binoculars: Vixen Ultima 9x63 + tripod
FOV: 5d
Easy to locate, especially since delta 2 is so red. Seems to be a huge separation between these two, and they form a nice triangle in the bino field of view with 6th magnitude TYC 2650-714-1. The red component (delta 2) is noticeably brighter. According to SMP, delta 1 is part of open cluster "Steph 1", although I could detect no other members. Anyone know after whom is "Steph" named?


Carol Lakomiak
Star: Delta 1+2 Lyra
Date & Time: 9, April, 2003
Seeing:  <1-10 Seeing Scale (10 best)>.
Location of site: USA
Site classification: Rural
Sky darkness: -- <Limiting magnitude>
Binoculars: 11x70, tripod mounted & 
Copperish and white