Gift Jupiter and Saturn will come close enough to shine together
A from December 21 there will be one phenomenal phenomena last seen in the Middle Ages. All inhabitants of this planet will see how Jupiter and Saturn they come close enough for you visually identify them as a single star, that will shine together.
Undoubtedly, this alignment of planets has been somewhat unusual ever since it usually happens every 20 years; Nevertheless, the proximity of the two planets will be extremely exceptional.
Get ready to have a very bright Christmas …
It is known as The Star of Bethlehem of Christmas as it is usually identified as the star of the three wise men, that is an alignment that consists of Jupiter, Saturn and Venus.
The phenomenon will be an optical illusion caused by the position of the earth relative to the sun, as the planets will never physically meet.
The winter solstice will take place in two weeks, on December 21.
The star of Bethlehem can be seen during the winter solstice, December 21, 2020, directing the view towards the southwest, about 45 minutes after sunset, but it remains visible all week.
The last time this phenomenon was seen was in the at 1226, during the Middle Ages. time in which the way of life was very different from now.
According to several astronomers, this unusual type of planetary alignment will not be seen until the year 2080.
The most advisable would be that yes, as to enjoy these kinds of astronomical phenomena it is always better to have the means to make the most of an experience so unique at the time.
– Illustrative image: Pixabay
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