A Christmas Star Will Light Up The Minnesota Sky For The First Time In Centuries

The year 2020 has been long, with many setbacks and few causes for celebration. It may seem like things will never brighten up, but there is one bright spot coming near the end of December. Just four days before Christmas, on December 21, 2020, a beautiful celestial event will draw our eyes up, towards the heavens. A Christmas star like this one has not been seen since the 1600s. Read on below to learn more about this event, its rarity, and how to spot it this holiday season.

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Will you make some time to see the Christmas star this year? It may help inject some brightness into the remainder of 2020! For more ways to have fun this holiday season, consider visiting a holiday drive-thru or visiting one of Minnesota’s Christmas towns.

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