39 Draconis

39 Draconis is a multiple system (Struve 2323) containing seven members. While G and H are 13 and 14 magnitude, respectively, the others are accessible to most telescopes:
      AB: 5.1, 8.1; 345, 3.6"
      AC: 5.1, 7.9; 20, 88.6"
      AF: 5.1, 12.9; 80, 150.5"

With gamma on the southern edge of your glasses, move one binocular field north: view.

In the same field is the multiple system Struve 2278, of which two components are binocular accessible:
      AB: 7.8, 8.1; 29, 36.0".
      AC: 7.8, 8.5; 38, 33.6".

If you move 39 to the opposite (west) side, you'll fine a number of bright stars coming into view. Among these is omicron Draconis, a double with an interesting colour contrast.

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