Mesarthim

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Mesarthim

(me-sar -th'im) See Aries.
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Gamma Arietis (also called Mesartim) is a stunning, perfectly matched double with both components shining a silvery blue.
And Gamma Arietis, Mesartim, is a splendid and easy telescopic double star, magnitudes 4.
During more than eight hours the next night Zay recorded only 10 candidates; the lines of six intersected near Gamma Arietis and four at a pair of points in Triangulum.
But how can one mention Gamma Arietis without talking about it as a double star?
As hauntingly beautiful as I find Gamma Arietis, I like Alpha Piscium even better.
Struve 178, just over the Aries border, is a much fainter clone of Gamma Arietis.