A Carbon star in the Gamma Cass region

I was just looking at an old Gamma Cass image (for another reason) and saw a bright red dot for the first time. Yep, it was a Carbon star that had been there all the time and I hadn’t noticed. GSC 3680: 1824  COeV.

 

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