Tonight at approximately 6-6.15pm you will be able to see the Bethlehem Star, also know as the Christmas Star.
This phenomenon only happens in it’s glory once every 800 years and was said all those hundreds of years ago, it was the sign of be the birth of Jesus Christ. The timing of this conjunction, as the celestial event is known, has caused some to suggest it may have been the source of a bright light in the sky 2,000 years ago.
I guess you could call this a sobering moment when our world is in such crisis.
Whether you are religious or not, it’s an event surly you won’t want to miss, it’s history in the making.
Jupiter and Saturn are set to cross paths in the night sky, appearing to the naked eye as a “double planet”.
The planets are moving closer together each night and will reach their closest point on 21 December.
So, where to look?
To find the “Christmas Star,” look into the night sky around 6:15 p.m., and you will notice a bright, white star low on the southwest horizon. The brightest star will be Jupiter; to the slight upper left of it will be Saturn and together they are called the Star of Bethlehem.
I took a picture last night on my phone but it doesn’t depict the dazzling beauty.
Have fun and I hope the sky is clear enough for you to see it.
Take care of you and yours,
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