Astronomical Calendar for 2018

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January
1C/2016 R2 (PANSTARRS) reaches its brightest
Supernova PS18d discovered
The Moon at perigee
2M41 is well placed
Supernova AT2018A discovered
1Mercury at greatest elongation west
The Moon at aphelion
Full Moon
2Mercury at greatest brightness
Asteroid 8 Flora at opposition
3Supernova SN2018ec discovered
Supernova SN2018L discovered
The Earth at perihelion
4Quadrantid meteor shower
5C/2017 T1 (Heinze) reaches its brightest
6Close approach of Jupiter and Mars
Conjunction of Jupiter and Mars
8Moon at Last Quarter
9Venus at superior solar conjunction
134340 Pluto at solar conjunction
11Conjunction 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
12Supernova SN2018ep discovered
13Supernova SN2018gl discovered
Conjunction of Mercury and Saturn
14M47 is well placed
NGC 2403 is well placed
Supernova SN2018gj discovered
15Supernova SN2018gv discovered
Supernova SNhunt342 discovered
14Conjunction of the Moon and Saturn
The Moon at apogee
15Conjunction of the Moon and Mercury
16NGC 2451 is well placed
Supernova PS18iq discovered
The Moon at perihelion
17Supernova SN2018ka discovered
16New Moon
18C/2016 R2 (PANSTARRS) reaches its brightest
Supernova SN2018ie discovered
19Supernova SN2018iq discovered
20NGC 2516 is well placed
Supernova SN2018is discovered
23NGC 2547 is well placed
Venus at aphelion
2474P/Smirnova-Chernykh at perihelion
Supernova SN2018kp discovered
Conjunction of Mercury and Pluto
Moon at First Quarter
25Mercury at aphelion
28185P/Petriew at perihelion
29Supernova Gaia18aho discovered
30M44 is well placed
IC2391 is well placed
The Moon at perigee
31IC2395 is well placed
185P/Petriew reaches its brightest
Dwarf Planet 1 Ceres at opposition
Full Moon
Total lunar eclipse
1 Ceres at opposition

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