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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 Black Hole GW event S190602aq
  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