290°. Burnham found four other faint companions, for which it would be useless for us to look. The remarkable thing is that these faint stars, the nearest of which is distant about 50″ from
the largest member of the group and the farthest about 120″ do not share according to their discoverer, in the rapid proper motion of the two main stars.
In ι we find a double a little difficult for our three-inch. The