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ACROSS

5 God of agriculture
8 Time travel
14 Not in Australia...
16 A friend of mine and 800 suns
17 Still growing...
18 Proposed capital Lambda
19 56 + 36 + 3(0)

DOWN

1 Nearest to our G-dwarf
2 This is really a powerful pit!
3 Prefix of an element and a ship.
4 A giant with a pit in it.
6 A gemstone and a cloud of ions, dust, and gases
7 Desert and Cosmology
9 R shift
10 One of the brightest cloud of ions, dust, and gases
11 Rotate zike
12 On a long journey
13 Mickey's ......
15 Areal velocity...

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    $\begingroup$ What I got so far: (feel free to use in answers) rot13(Npebff: 5 - Fnghea, 17 - Havirefr Qbja: 4 - Gnegnehf) $\endgroup$ – Duck Jun 28 at 23:55
  • $\begingroup$ Thanks aml and Duck. $\endgroup$ – Ak19 Jun 29 at 1:56
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    $\begingroup$ @Duck 5 and 17 are correct but 4 is not. $\endgroup$ – Ak19 Jun 29 at 2:00
  • $\begingroup$ rot13(1 - Cebkvzn Pragnhev, 2 - Oynpx ubyr, 10 - Bevba, 18 - pbafgnag) $\endgroup$ – Mariia Mykhailova Jun 29 at 6:21
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    $\begingroup$ Correct! If you wish, post it as a partial answer. @MariiaMykhailova $\endgroup$ – Ak19 Jun 29 at 6:24
4
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1 - Proxima Centauri
2 - black hole
3 - Titan (prefix of titanium and Titanic)
4 - Jupiter (from El-Guest's comment)
5 - Saturn (from Duck's comment)
6 - Cat's Eye (nebula/gemstone)
7 - Atacama
8 - tachyon (from amI's comment)
9 - Hubble (from amI's comment)
10 - Orion
11 - Vega (= rot22(zike))
12 - Voyager (from Bananenkopp's comment)
13 - Pluto (from Bananenkopp's comment)
14 - Aurora borealis (can not be seen from Australia) (from Bananenkopp's comment)
15 - Kepler
16 - Omega ("The total mass of the Omega Nebula is an estimated 800 solar masses." - not sure what's the story with the friend is though)
17 - universe (from Duck's comment)
18 - constant
19 - Uranus (the products of a nuclear fission of Uranium-235 are two light nuclei of Krypton and Barium, elements 36 and 56 in periodic table)

This was some serious teamwork!

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    $\begingroup$ maybe rot13(8 - gnpulba, 9 - Uhooyr) $\endgroup$ – amI Jun 30 at 6:33
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    $\begingroup$ 4 looks like rot13(Whcvgre). $\endgroup$ – El-Guest Jul 1 at 18:48
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    $\begingroup$ I think you can add rot13(14 - "Nheben obernyvf" (pna abg or frra sebz Nhfgenyvn)) and rot13(12 - "Iblntre" (Rnegu'f Snegurfg Fcnprpensg)) and rot13(13 - "Cyhgb") $\endgroup$ – Bananenkopp Jul 2 at 14:15
  • $\begingroup$ Really an excellent team work! Just a correction, please check the spelling of Jupiter. $\endgroup$ – Ak19 Jul 2 at 16:19
  • $\begingroup$ Ah, that's how you can tell that I've been working with Jupyter Notebooks for the past three months :-D $\endgroup$ – Mariia Mykhailova Jul 2 at 17:29

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