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  1. Low-mass white dwarfs creating Type 1 Supernovae
  2. Asteroid 2 Pallas Opposes Sun 2019 APR 06
  3. Deja vu all over again: does cosmic history repeat itself EXACTLY?
  4. On the naming of names in astronomy
  5. How Far Away Is Our Nearest Star System? Alpha Centauri
  6. April New Moon Spotting
  7. Lunar X - 2019 APR 11-12
  8. First image of a black hole on April 10, 2019
  9. A Perfect & Lonely Sunspot
  10. Lyrid Meteor Shower Peaks 2019 APR 22-23
  11. Moon Occults Saturn - 2019 APR 25-26
  12. How big would John Mitchell's dark star have to be?
  13. Hypothetical asteroid strike exercise this weekend on social media
  14. Asteroid 8 Flora Opposes Sun 2019 MAY 12
  15. New Binary Neutron Star Mergers from aLIGO/Virgo
  16. Dark Matter exists, end of discussion
  17. Eta Aquariid Meteor Shower Peaks 2019 May 05-06
  18. May New Moon Spotting
  19. A New Approach to EOS of Neutron Stars
  20. Callisto cartography and so forth
  21. Hours left to name OR10! Get voting!
  22. Astronomy and Alternate Universes
  23. Asteroid 20 Massalia Opposes Sun 2019 MAY 20
  24. New Binary Neutron Star GW event (18 May 2019)
  25. Asteroid 1 Ceres (dwarf planet) Opposes Sun 2019 MAY 29
  26. Very Distant Gravitational Wave Event S190521g
  27. Mercury as Summer Evening Star
  28. 100 Years ago an eclipse gave strength to GR
  29. Jupiter Opposes Sun - 2019 JUN 10
  30. Our Galaxy is far bigger, brighter, and more massive than most others
  31. Archaeo-astronomy: Questions about precession and pyramids
  32. June New Moon Spotting
  33. New Binary Gravitational Wave event
  34. Superflares on the Sun
  35. Dual Shadow Transit Over Jupiter - 2019 JUN 11-12
  36. Sun Color Challenge
  37. Saturn Opposes Sun - 2019 JUL 09
  38. Straight Line - Mars-Pollux-Castor - 2019 JUN 28
  39. Random transits? How is that possible?
  40. Ancient Calendar Video
  41. July New Moon Spotting
  42. Pluto Opposes Sun - 2019 JUL 14
  43. Lame-brained CBS News article about Saturn
  44. CDS portal appears to be down
  45. Partial Lunar Eclipse - 2019 JUL 16-17
  46. Bad Science analogy: Stars and Cars
  47. Can dark matter kill you? This research paper says yes.
  48. Anyone interested in this citizen science project?
  49. Mercury as Summer Morning Star
  50. Early August New Moon Spotting
  51. Black Moon
  52. Asteroid 15 Eunomia Opposes Sun 2019 AUG 12
  53. China's Ming'antu Observing Station
  54. Have 'Husbanded White Dwarfs' been discovered.
  55. Perseid Meteor Shower Peaks August 12-13
  56. 511 kev line from the Galactic Center
  57. Another interstellar comet coming in?
  58. Moon Occults Saturn - 2019 AUG 12
  59. Question about an object
  60. Moon Occults Beehive Cluster - Predawn 2019 AUG 28
  61. Late August New Moon Spotting
  62. Interstellar gas clouds and hydrogen snowflakes
  63. Mercury Transits Sun - 2019 NOV 11
  64. Neptune Opposes Sun - 2019 SEP 09-10
  65. Harvest Moon - 2019 SEP 13-14
  66. Late September New Moon Spotting
  67. Requesting Telescope Purchase Advice
  68. Dual Shadow Transit Over Jupiter - 2019 OCT 13
  69. Hunter's Full Moon - 2019 OCT 13
  70. Orion Meteor Shower Peaks 2019 OCT 21-22
  71. Aliens Hiding in Plain Sight? Interstellar Comets, Rocks..
  72. Dual Shadow Transit Over Jupiter - 2019 OCT 20
  73. Uranus Opposes Sun - 2019 OCT 27-28
  74. Late October New Moon Spotting
  75. Brightest Asteroid Vesta Opposes Sun 2019 NOV 12
  76. Type 1a Standard Candles Refined a Bit.
  77. Leonid Meteor Shower Peaks 2019 NOV 17-18
  78. Mercury as Late Autumn Morning Star
  79. Discordant redshifts?
  80. November New Moon Spotting
  81. Venus as the Brilliant 2019-20 Evening Star
  82. Geminid Meteor Shower Peaks 2019 DEC 13-14
  83. Moon Occults 2 Stars in Gemini - 2019 DEC 12-13
  84. Pulsation in Faint Blue Stars
  85. Penumbral Lunar Eclipse - 2020 JAN 10-11
  86. Betelgeuse Fainting
  87. December New Moon Spotting
  88. Comet C/2017 T2 PANSTARRS nearest Earth - Dec 28
  89. Quadrantid Meteor Shower Peaks 2020 JAN 03-04
  90. Asteroid 192 Nausikaa Opposes Sun 2020 JAN 09
  91. Planetary Calendar for 2020
  92. The Three-Body Problem - closer to a solution ?
  93. Lunar X - 2020 JAN 02
  94. No dark energy?
  95. Norway Electrocuted OMG
  96. Unanticipated LIGO observation
  97. The giant moths circling the center of our galaxy
  98. No RAR for galaxyclusters
  99. Quasar Outflow travels at > 10% Speed of Light
  100. January New Moon Spotting
  101. Mercury as Winter Evening Star
  102. Holes in the Head are good for you.
  103. Would it be fair to say that no human being has ever seen a star explode?
  104. Lense-Thirring frame-dragging found at white dwarf-pulsar double star
  105. Light Clusters in Supernovae ... Hydrogen[sup]4[/sup]
  106. Moon Occults 2 Stars in Gemini - 2020 FEB 05-06
  107. Non sequitur in Wiki article about Mira
  108. Moon Occults Mars - 2020 FEB 18
  109. A log-scale map of the entire Solar System that makes it look crowded
  110. February New Moon Spotting
  111. Earth has a second moon, an asteroid
  112. Lunar X - Sunday Evening March 1st.
  113. M31, the Andromeda Galaxy, has a dark-matter core... and a supermassive black hole
  114. Biggest explosion everty-ever found in the Ophiuchus galaxy cluster
  115. Seeing if I can prove a technical arXiv.org paper right or wrong, just for fun
  116. New map of the Milky Way in Scientific American, superb art, all arms shown
  117. Comet ATLAS thread: will it be visible to us, a Great Comet?
  118. Chinese Large Solar Telescope (CLST)
  119. Can anyone get the Moon in infrared? The Chinese got it, and the Moon's different!
  120. March New Moon Spotting
  121. Asteroids 3 Juno & 6 Hebe Oppose Sun in Early April
  122. Venus by Pleiades - Evening April 3
  123. April 7 SuperMoon NOT 2020 Brightest Moon
  124. Reasons for a Lunisolar Calendar
  125. Comet Swan
  126. Lyrid Meteor Shower Peaks April 21-22
  127. Does Betelgeuse twinkle?
  128. April New Moon Spotting
  129. Smile and the Sky smiles with you.....
  130. China's Large scale survey telescope
  131. Mile-Wide Asteroid 52768 (1998 OR2) Near Earth on April 29
  132. Lunar X - 2020 APR 29
  133. China builds Asia's largest steerable radio telescope
  134. Eta Aquariid Meteor Shower Peaks in Early May
  135. Da Vinci Stellar Template Hypothesis
  136. Closest black hole found
  137. Mercury as Late Spring Evening Star
  138. Naked eye Venus crescent
  139. Precession technicality that is often ignored.
  140. May New Moon Spotting
  141. The history and future of telescopes on the Moon
  142. Moon Occults Venus - 2020 JUN 19
  143. Venus as 2020-21 Morning Star
  144. Asteroid 7 Iris Opposes Sun 2020 JUN 28
  145. June New Moon Spotting
  146. Lunar X - 2020 JUN 27
  147. Comet F3 NEO Wise
  148. First CNO neutrinos detected from the Sun
  149. Monster black hole in early universe
  150. Jupiter & Saturn - July Oppositions from the Sun
  151. Was Jupiter born beyond the present orbits of Neptune and Pluto?
  152. Penumbral Lunar Eclipse - 2020 JUL 04-05
  153. Asteroid 2 Pallas Opposes Sun - 2020 JUL 15
  154. Mercury as a Summer Morning Star
  155. Galilean Satellite Io Occults its own Shadow - July 15-16
  156. ORC's
  157. Unambiguous Separation of Long/ Short Gamma,Ray Bursts
  158. July New Moon Spotting
  159. The Hyades is in its Death Throes
  160. Hot off the press: Potential Gamma-Ray Burst at 5 Mpc!!!
  161. Perseid Meteor Shower Peaks 2020 AUG 11-12
  162. Lunar Boat - 2020 AUG 18
  163. Ceres, Black body temperature. Slush at -118 degrees?
  164. Broken Cable Damages Arecibo
  165. Dual Shadow Transits Across Jupiter - 2020 AUG 14-15
  166. Asteroid 1 Ceres Opposes Sun 2020 AUG 28
  167. August New Moon Spotting
  168. Fireball Over China
  169. Lunar X - 2020 AUG 25
  170. Mars 2020 Apparition
  171. Clusters of Eclipses Near New Zealand
  172. Neptune Opposes Sun 2020 SEP 11
  173. Hubble Observations Suggest a Missing Ingredient in Dark Matter Theories
  174. Lunar Boat - 2020 SEP 16
  175. Jupiter
  176. NASA Teleconference
  177. September New Moon Spotting
  178. Moon Occults Mag +2.6 Star - 2020 SEP 21
  179. Poll: What is the ninth planet?