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

While 2020 has been anything but easy, it seems there may be something bright to look forward to on the evening of December 21st, also known as the Winter Solstice. Amidst the darkest day of the year – and arguably, the darkest year of the decade – we’ll be graced with a magnificent Christmas Star. It’s a phenomenon that hasn’t been observed in 800 years, and you’ll want to mark your calendar.

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