North Polar Sequence  Epoch 1950
Features stars within 10° of the North Celestial Pole, based on data
from the "General Catalogue of 33 342 Stars for the Epoch 1950", by B.Boss,
published by the Carnegie Institution of Washington D.C., 1938. Stars down
to magnitude +6.55 are given, of spectral types A, B, F and early G (only
when no other star available). Variables and naked eye doubles are not used.
The sequence was compiled and originally drawn out by Alastair McBeath, March
1988.
Clicking on either map will display a larger version.
Stars brighter than magnitude 6.1
Stars fainter than magnitude 6.1
Key
1 
2.1 
B8 
2 
4.4 
G5 
3 
4.44 
A0 
4 
5.34 
F2 
5 
5.38 
A0 
6 
5.39 
B3 
7 
5.55 
A2 
8 
5.62 
F0 
9 
5.64 
A3 

10 
5.69 
A0 
11 
5.73 
G0 
12 
5.84 
F5 
13 
5.86 
A3 
14 
5.92 
A2 
15 
5.99 
A0 
16 
6.02 
A2 

17 
6.13 
A0 
18 
6.15 
A2 
19 
6.16 
A2 
20 
6.17 
A0 
21 
6.2 
B9 
22 
6.26 
A0 
23 
6.26 
F0 
24 
6.28 
F0 
25 
6.33 
F2 

26 
6.34 
A2 
27 
6.38 
F5 
28 
6.39 
A0 
29 
6.39 
A2 
30 
6.4 
F8 
31 
6.48 
A2 
32 
6.53 
F2 
33 
6.54 
A5 
34 
6.55 
A0 

This version was redrawn by John Aldridge with the aid of SkyMap
in November 1998.