Astronomical Calendar for 2018

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January
1 Supernova PS18d discovered
C/2016 R2 (PANSTARRS) reaches its brightest
The Moon at perigee
M41 is well placed
2 Supernova AT2018A discovered
1 Mercury at greatest elongation west
The Moon at aphelion
Full Moon
2 Asteroid 8 Flora at opposition
3 Supernova SN2018ec discovered
Supernova SN2018L discovered
The Earth at perihelion
4 Quadrantid meteor shower
6 C/2017 T1 (Heinze) reaches its brightest
Close approach of Jupiter and Mars
Conjunction of Jupiter and Mars
8 Moon at Last Quarter
9 Supernova AT2018bmm discovered
Venus at superior solar conjunction
134340 Pluto at solar conjunction
11 Conjunction of the Moon and Jupiter
Close approach of the Moon and Jupiter
Conjunction of the Moon and Mars
Close approach of the Moon and Mars
12 Supernova PS18ahv discovered
Supernova SN2018ep discovered
13 Supernova SN2018gl discovered
Conjunction of Mercury and Saturn
14 Supernova SN2018gj discovered
M47 is well placed
NGC 2403 is well placed
15 Supernova SN2018gv discovered
Supernova SNhunt342 discovered
14 Conjunction of the Moon and Saturn
The Moon at apogee
15 Conjunction of the Moon and Mercury
16 Supernova PS18iq discovered
The Moon at perihelion
NGC 2451 is well placed
17 Supernova AT2018bmd discovered
Supernova AT2018boy discovered
Supernova AT2018bpu discovered
Supernova SN2018ka discovered
16 New Moon
18 Supernova SN2018ie discovered
C/2016 R2 (PANSTARRS) reaches its brightest
19 Supernova SN2018iq discovered
20 Supernova SN2018is discovered
NGC 2516 is well placed
23 Venus at aphelion
NGC 2547 is well placed
24 Supernova SN2018kp discovered
74P/Smirnova-Chernykh at perihelion
Conjunction of Mercury and Pluto
Moon at First Quarter
25 Mercury at aphelion
28 185P/Petriew at perihelion
29 Supernova Gaia18aho discovered
30 C/2016 R2 (PANSTARRS) reaches its brightest
The Moon at perigee
M44 is well placed
IC2391 is well placed
31 Dwarf Planet 1 Ceres at opposition
Full Moon
Total lunar eclipse
1 Ceres at opposition
IC2395 is well placed
April
1 Supernova SN2018aoq discovered
Mercury at inferior solar conjunction
2 M104 is well placed
Supernova SN2018aoz discovered
Supernova SN2018apk discovered
Conjunction of Mars and Saturn
Close approach of Mars and Saturn
3 The Moon at aphelion
Conjunction of the Moon and Jupiter
Close approach of the Moon and Jupiter
5 M94 is well placed
Supernova AT2018ble discovered
Supernova SN2018aqh discovered
6 NGC 4755 is well placed
Supernova SN2018aqi discovered
7 Conjunction of the Moon and Saturn
Close approach of the Moon and Saturn
Close approach of the Moon and Mars
Conjunction of the Moon and Mars
8 Supernova SN2018ast discovered
The Moon at apogee
Moon at Last Quarter
9 Supernova AT2018cvo discovered
Supernova SNhunt365 discovered
Supernova SNhunt366 discovered
10 Supernova SN2018ata discovered
C/2015 F5 (SWAN-Xingming) at perihelion
C/2016 N6 (PANSTARRS) reaches its brightest
12 Virginid meteor shower
13 The Moon at perihelion
136199 Eris at solar conjunction
14 NGC 5128 is well placed
Omega-Cen is well placed
Supernova AT2018chc discovered
Conjunction of the Moon and Mercury
136108 Haumea at opposition
15 M51 is well placed
16 Supernova AT2018ctx discovered
15 New Moon
17 M83 is well placed
Supernova Gaia18azs discovered
Saturn at aphelion
Conjunction of the Moon and Venus
18 M3 is well placed
Uranus at solar conjunction
19 Supernova AT2018awk discovered
20 The Moon at perigee
22 1 Ceres at perihelion
Moon at First Quarter
23 M101 is well placed
Lyrid meteor shower
Mercury at aphelion
24 Supernova Gaia18bda discovered
25 Conjunction of Mars and Pluto
28 α–Scorpiid meteor shower
Supernova AT2018bck discovered
29 Supernova SN2018bdv discovered
Mercury at greatest elongation west
Full Moon
30 Conjunction of the Moon and Jupiter
Close approach of the Moon and Jupiter
June
1 Supernova AT2018cdc discovered
2 Supernova AT2018cdx discovered
The Moon at apogee
3 M13 is well placed
Close approach of the Moon and Mars
Conjunction of the Moon and Mars
4 M12 is well placed
Supernova Gaia18bli discovered
Supernova SN2018cew discovered
Supernova SN2018cho discovered
6 M10 is well placed
5 Mercury at superior solar conjunction
6 Mercury at perihelion
Moon at Last Quarter
7 M62 is well placed
Supernova AT2018cix discovered
8 Supernova SN2018cif discovered
10 Ophiuchid meteor shower
Supernova SN2018cvd discovered
11 M92 is well placed
Supernova SNhunt382 discovered
C/2015 F5 (SWAN-Xingming) at perihelion
C/2015 F5 (SWAN-Xingming) reaches its brightest
12 Supernova Gaia18brw discovered
The Moon at perihelion
13 Supernova SN2018cmj discovered
Supernova SN2018cmo discovered
C/2015 F5 (SWAN-Xingming) reaches its brightest
New Moon
14 The Moon at perigee
15 Supernova SN2018cnw discovered
Asteroid 29 Amphitrite at opposition
16 NGC 6388 is well placed
C/2015 F5 (SWAN-Xingming) at perihelion
Close approach of the Moon and Venus
Conjunction of the Moon and Venus
Asteroid 9 Metis at opposition
Close approach of the Moon and M44
17 M6 is well placed
NGC 6397 is well placed
Supernova SN2018cqi discovered
18 Supernova AT2018eah discovered
19 IC4665 is well placed
Supernova AT2018ctz discovered
Supernova SNhunt385 discovered
Asteroid 4 Vesta at opposition
20 Ophiuchid meteor shower
Close approach of Venus and M44
Moon at First Quarter
21 M7 is well placed
Supernova SN2018ctv discovered
June solstice
22 Supernova SN2018cur discovered
23 Supernova SN2018cuf discovered
Conjunction of the Moon and Jupiter
Close approach of the Moon and Jupiter
24 NGC 6530 is well placed
NGC 6541 is well placed
P/2013 CU129 (PANSTARRS) at perihelion
27 C/2015 F5 (SWAN-Xingming) at perihelion
Saturn at opposition
28 Supernova SN2018dbg discovered
27 Conjunction of the Moon and Saturn
Close approach of the Moon and Saturn
28 Full Moon
C/2016 M1 (PANSTARRS) reaches its brightest
The Moon at aphelion
C/2015 F5 (SWAN-Xingming) reaches its brightest
29 NGC 6633 is well placed
30 Supernova SN2018cyg discovered
29 The Moon at apogee
30 Close approach of the Moon and Mars
Conjunction of the Moon and Mars
July
2 M22 is well placed
IC4756 is well placed
4 Close approach of Mercury and M44
5 Supernova SNhunt387 discovered
37P/Forbes reaches its brightest
6 Moon at Last Quarter
The Earth at aphelion
7 Mercury at dichotomy
8 Capricornid meteor shower
364P/PANSTARRS reaches its brightest
9 P/2013 CU129 (PANSTARRS) reaches its brightest
10 NGC 6752 is well placed
Supernova SN2018dfg discovered
11 Supernova PS18aur discovered
12 Supernova SN2018djd discovered
Mercury at greatest elongation east
134340 Pluto at opposition
New Moon
Partial solar eclipse
13 The Moon at perigee
The Moon at perihelion
14 Conjunction of the Moon and Mercury
15 Capricornid meteor shower
Supernova SN2018eay discovered
Conjunction of the Moon and Venus
16 Close approach of the Moon and Venus
18 M55 is well placed
C/2016 N6 (PANSTARRS) at perihelion
C/2017 T3 (ATLAS) at perihelion
19 Moon at First Quarter
Asteroid 88 Thisbe at opposition
20 Mercury at aphelion
Conjunction of the Moon and Jupiter
21 α–Cygnid meteor shower
20 Close approach of the Moon and Jupiter
21 Conjunction of Venus and Ceres
22 C/2015 F5 (SWAN-Xingming) at perihelion
C/2015 F5 (SWAN-Xingming) reaches its brightest
C/2017 T3 (ATLAS) reaches its brightest
23 Supernova SN2018edd discovered
25 Conjunction of the Moon and Saturn
Close approach of the Moon and Saturn
26 Capricornid meteor shower
Supernova AT2018eei discovered
The Moon at aphelion
27 C/2018 N1 (NEOWISE) reaches its brightest
Mars at opposition
The Moon at apogee
Total lunar eclipse
Full Moon
Conjunction of the Moon and Mars
29 δ–Aquarid meteor shower
31 Piscis Australid meteor shower
Mars at perigee

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