Astronomy

The December Solstice and a Possible Christmas Star?

December 21 "will be the next conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn. This conjunction will be unusually close, only about 1/10 degree apart. ...Conjunctions of planets have been common theories of the original Christmas star recorded in Matthew 2:1–12. It is likely that the conjunction this year will be tied to some of those other theories. However, this is not a good reason to get overexcited about this conjunction." - AiG

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