Rare Christmas 'Star' Will Appear For The First Time In 800 Years

Now I wonder if we say Star light,star bright, First Star I see tonight, I wish I may, I wishI might, Have this wish I wish tonight. for this 'Star' if it will still count.

Lucky star

You see Stars don't just pop up outta no where, meaning when you look outside your window and see a big bright 'star' on Dec 21st it will actually be something way cooler!

For the first time in 800 years a rare conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn will make them look like a single point of light in the sky which hasn't happened since the Middle Ages.

According to the Director of the Liberty Science Center Planetarium in New Jersey, the last time this is believed to have been witnessed was in the year 1226.

I mean how cool is that!

Now I set a reminder in my phone so I wouldn't forget, you might want to too if you're as forgetful as me.

Wanna learn more about this once in a generation event? Check out this cool article here!

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