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  1. Comet 24P/Schaumasse Visible in Small Telescopes
  2. How fast is Earth's axial precession?
  3. New supernova analysis reframes dark energy debate
  4. Orionid Meteor Shower Peaks 2017 OCT 20-21
  5. LIGO/VIRGO: Neutron star coalescence
  6. October New Moon Spotting
  7. Chandrasekhar and Google
  8. Uranus Opposes Sun - 2017 OCT 19
  9. AI astronomy
  10. Interstellar Comet
  11. Constraining Dust Morphology
  12. Isotropy or Anisotropy...that is the question,WMAP 9 yr data.
  13. Moon Occults Aldebaran - Evening of 2017 NOV 05
  14. Asteroid 7 Iris Opposes Sun at Mag +6.9 on Oct 29-30
  15. A gas giant and a cool dwarf walk into a bar...
  16. Happy Dark Matter Day
  17. Comet orbits
  18. Another central Milky Way massive black hole?
  19. Persistent astrophysical error about massive main sequence stars.
  20. Looking ahead to the Square Kilometer Array
  21. At 1 Tev, the Sun's Neutrino Flux is over 10 times the Earth's Atmospheric Flux
  22. Star color nomenclature
  23. Jupiter Enters Predawn Sky - November 2017
  24. Giant Magellan Telescope (GMT)
  25. Leonid Meteor Shower Peaks 2017 NOV 16-17
  26. Superluminous Supernovae...fast ones or slow?
  27. November New Moon Spotting
  28. Planet Ross 128 b
  29. Arecibo's fighting back, baby
  30. Lunar X - Evening of 2017 NOV 25
  31. Muons assist Supernovae
  32. Asteroid 3200 Phaethon - 0.07 AU from Earth 2017 DEC 16
  33. simulation: Our Solar System's Hyperbolic Residents
  34. Will eventually every body reach hydrostatic equilibrium?
  35. Are Saturn's moons younger than the dinosaurs?
  36. SuperMoons 2015-2034
  37. Color Bullets for the Sun
  38. Problem Analyzing Type 1a's
  39. Multi-component Dark Matter Halos
  40. scale invariance of the empty space
  41. Pulsar glitches
  42. Geminid Meteor Shower - Peak 2017 DEC 13-14
  43. The Evolution of the Standard Candle....Sn1a's
  44. New Kepler Announcement on Thursday
  45. Null Pulsar Emission
  46. Mercury as Winter Morning Star
  47. Studying Galactic and Extragalactic Supernova Remnants
  48. December New Moon Spotting
  49. What the heck do I call these things?
  50. Comet Heinze Nearest Earth 2018 JAN 04
  51. New Cosmic Ray Model
  52. Moon Occults Aldebaran - 2017 DEC 30-31
  53. asteroid 2015 TB145
  54. Two Wide & Bright Full Moons in January 2018
  55. Honoring first electronic newsletter and still going
  56. Mars Appears Near Jupiter - 2018 JAN 06
  57. Evidence for Sub-Chandrasekhar Mass Sn1a
  58. Trojan point stabiility (redux)
  59. Interstellar meteorite?
  60. Sun and Barycentre Period
  61. January New Moon Spotting
  62. Tidal forces on the Sun [extracted from Sun and Barycentre Period]
  63. 50 Years of Pulsars
  64. Hydroxyl is a good tracer of Dark Molecular Gas
  65. New radio telescope in China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.
  66. Meteor over Michigan
  67. Asteroid #1 Ceres Opposes Sun 2018 JAN 31
  68. Total Lunar Eclipse - North America - Predawn 2018 JAN 31
  69. Considering Dark Matter
  70. Would anyone be interested in proofreading my script on Saturn's rings?
  71. Humanity Star
  72. MNRs produce neutrino jets
  73. Cyclicity in Cosmic Ray Protons
  74. Limits on the number of spacetime dimensions
  75. Cosmic Rays from Supernovae
  76. Mapping Line-of-Sight Magnetic Field Tangling
  77. Vote for Galaxy Zoo Hubble targets!
  78. Comet Heinze Might Disintegrate
  79. Naming Dwarf Planets
  80. Ptolemy and Copernicus
  81. February New Moon Spotting
  82. State- of- the-Art for Reaction Rates and Transport in Neutron Stars
  83. ESOís Very Large Telescope (VLT)
  84. AstroSat-2 - India's 2nd astronomy satellite
  85. Lunar X - 2018 FEB 22
  86. A New Class of Compact Stars
  87. The First Known Neutrino Pulsar
  88. Venus As The 2018 Evening Star
  89. Mercury as a March Evening Star
  90. New theory on Moon formation
  91. MOND...LCDM...and Conformal Gravity
  92. East Asia VLBI Network (EAVN)
  93. WASP-39b found to have water
  94. China's enhanced X-ray Timing and Polarimetry mission (eXTP)
  95. A Thermometer for Galaxy Cluster Gas Temperatures
  96. Have You Found Your Galactic Real Estate Agent Yet?
  97. Refining cross-sections for cosmic ray studies.
  98. March New Moon Spotting + Venus & Mercury
  99. Large Scale Structure from a non-typical Observe...You.
  100. Mercury transit 11 Nov 2019
  101. Astronomy Professor Discovers New Celestial Object - Mars
  102. The Galaxy Survey said.............
  103. Jupiter Enters Your Evening Sky
  104. Wait a minute... QB1 has a name?
  105. Evidence for two Subclasses of Short GRBs.
  106. Flat Earth Debunking Bullets
  107. Magnet panels.
  108. Finding "Missing Baryons in Halos" with Kinetic SYZ effect
  109. How often do we get close passages?
  110. The Sun Has a Dark Side
  111. April New Moon Spotting
  112. Lyrid Meteor Shower Peaks 2018 APR 21-22
  113. The Beehive Cluster M44 and its Occultations
  114. Coherent Neutrino Scattering and Mossbauer Effect
  115. A Bit of a Dustup for the CMB
  116. Lunar X - Sunday April 22
  117. Second Gaia data release is tomorrow, 25 Apr 2018
  118. Jupiter Opposes Sun - 2018 MAY 08-09
  119. "Observing" solar eclipses with solar panels
  120. Bert, Ernie & Big Bird in the Early Universe
  121. Eta Aquariid Meteor Shower Peaks 2018 MAY 05-06
  122. Moon Occults Gamma Librae 2018 APR 30-MAY 01
  123. Astronomy in fifty years time...
  124. Time Dilation on Type 1as and GRBs.
  125. Moon Occults Mu Sagittarii - Predawn 2018 MAY 04
  126. gravity and acceleration
  127. Brightest Asteroid Vesta Opposes Sun June 19 at Mag +5.3
  128. Musca Molecular Cloud dances to Taylor Swifts' "Shake It Off"
  129. New Property of Type 1a Light Curves
  130. May New Moon Spotting
  131. HR diagram for planets
  132. Solar sibling radial velocity
  133. Interstellar asteroid in orbit around our Sun
  134. Interstellar comets, interstellar asteroids
  135. Stopover Astronomer at NARIT, Thailand?
  136. Cosmic Seeds from Ground State Fluctuations
  137. Heat Flow in Special and General Theory of Relativity
  138. Saturn Opposes Sun - 2018 JUN 26-27
  139. Now you see it, Now you don't..SN1987a pulsar?
  140. June New Moon
  141. Mercury as Summer Evening Star
  142. Lunar X - 2018 JUN 20
  143. Galactic Disc Warps and Vertical Oscillations
  144. Twin Sn1a have different peak luminosity
  145. Supernovae Detonation Speeds
  146. I Am The Cow, Destroyer Of Worlds (or: AT2018cow is one hell of a mysterious object)
  147. Moon Occults Mag +2.8 Delta Capricorni - July 01-02
  148. Milky Way larger than 100,000 light years
  149. Comet 2017 S3 (Panstarrs)
  150. A 1.6 ms Pulsar Changes between Two Modes in ~ 1.7 seconds
  151. asteroid 2018 LA
  152. Total Lunar Eclipse - 2018 JUL 27
  153. Small sausage-shaped galaxy colided with our milky way
  154. July New Moon Spotting
  155. The Many Faces of Venus
  156. Wilhelm Albrecht Oeltzen - The Lost Astronomer, RE Mr. Moore.
  157. South Africa's MeerKAT Radio Telescope
  158. Mars Close and Bright in Late July
  159. In-Finite
  160. Jupiter - 79 moons and counting, and counting, and counting
  161. Moon Occults Omicron Sagittarii - July 25-26
  162. Proxima Centauri b: Terrestrial or Neptunian?
  163. Tau Ceti, the story so far
  164. AD Leonis, the flare star of flare stars, has a planet maybe?
  165. WISE 0855, a Y-type brown dwarf very close to us, is very much like Jupiter
  166. Disintegrating Planets - some recent news
  167. Wolf 359 - updates on SF's favorite red dwarf flare star
  168. Epsilon Indi, getting more complicated with each passing year
  169. Epsilon Eridani - Jovian planet, wait no, wait yes, no, yes....
  170. Meteors caught on camera hitting the Moon (transient lunar phenomena)
  171. Meteor explodes right over the worst possible place to do that
  172. Perseid Meteor Shower Peaks 2018 AUG 12-13
  173. Red Dwarf Jungles - plant life under M-dwarf stars
  174. Boson stars are eating my brain
  175. What are the galactic coordinates of planet earth?
  176. August 2018 New Moon Spotting
  177. Mercury as Late Summer Morning Star
  178. Dual Shadow Transit Across Jupiter - August 16
  179. Lunar X - 2018 AUG 18
  180. Do you have a favorite exoplanet?
  181. Odd Linear Feature in Solar Images
  182. Dual Shadow Transit Across Jupiter - August 23
  183. Astro-Futurology - how things might look a billion years from now
  184. Finding gold in old science magazines.
  185. Mount Lookitthat in a realistic sense
  186. TRAPPIST-1 - so much data, it all goes here
  187. Comet 21P/Giacobini-Zinner
  188. Comet Wirtanen
  189. September New Moon Spotting
  190. Carbonado.
  191. Praguenosis in Vienna for Possible Hubble-Lemaitre law
  192. Moon Occults Delta Capricorni - SEP 21-22
  193. Moon Occults Delta Cancri - North America - Early October 4
  194. Six-star M-dwarf multiple system only 21 lightyears away
  195. October New Moon Spotting
  196. Tianqin gravitational wave project
  197. Moon Occults Omicron Sagittarii - North America - Eve Oct 15
  198. Orionid Meteor Shower Peaks 2018 OCT 20-21
  199. Hubble Space Telescope and Chandra X-Ray Observatory are both in safe mode.
  200. Lunar X - 2018 OCT 16
  201. New Constellations from NASA - in gamma-ray astronomy
  202. International Observe the Moon Night is... TONIGHT
  203. Uranus Opposes Sun - 2018 OCT 23-24
  204. Misleading star colors illustration in Sky and Telescope
  205. Constant change? [Hubble-Lemaitre]
  206. Watch Out for UFO! Oops, I mean Venus as Morning Star
  207. Anyone interested in helping me test a galaxy classification project I'm building?
  208. November New Moon Spotting
  209. A strange planet Kepler found, and some strange things about it
  210. Music for a Martian Sunrise
  211. Leonid Meteor Shower Peaks 2018 NOV 17-18
  212. Asteroid 3 Juno Opposes Sun 2018 NOV 16-17
  213. Comet C/2018 V1 Discovered November 7
  214. I guess Peter VAn De Kamp was right
  215. Mysteries in Astronomy (my short list)
  216. Texas bolide shines blue, creates sonic boom 11/15/2018
  217. Gaia DR2: Milky Way open clusters
  218. Mercury as Turn of the Year Morning Star
  219. More black hole mergers detected
  220. Would someone write this Wikipedia article?
  221. December New Moon Spotting
  222. Negative mass? say what?
  223. Geminid Meteor Shower Peaks December 13-14
  224. Jupiter as a Morning Star
  225. Lunar X - 2018 DEC 14
  226. Gaia's HR diagram
  227. Quadrantid Meteor Shower Peaks January 3-4
  228. An Ugly Little Tale of Falsified Asteroid Data and Software Bugs
  229. January New Moon Spotting
  230. Major error in February 2019 Sky and Telescope
  231. Farout man
  232. The Antimatter Mirror Universe Going Backwards in Time.... wut???
  233. fictional: tidally locked planet situated between two stars...
  234. Betelgeuse may be dimming?
  235. Comet C/2018 Y1 Iwamoto Near Earth on February 12
  236. Total Lunar Eclipse - Afterward Extreme Brightness - Jan 20
  237. Collision in the asteroid belt
  238. What do you think is mainstream in cosmology?
  239. Machine Learning... or drown in data
  240. The Football Planet
  241. February New Moon Spotting
  242. The Milky Way in a twist
  243. Lunar X - 2019 FEB 11
  244. Mercury as Winter Evening Star
  245. Widest Full Moon is Not Necessarily the Brightest
  246. Scholzís star's near miss 70,000 years ago
  247. March New Moon Spotting
  248. In the category of stretching a point too far, we have...
  249. The search for companions of GJ 687 (a short history)
  250. George's B-Day (238th)