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

This year has been anything but ordinary, so it’s completely fitting that 2020 will end with an extremely rare celestial event. In just over a week, Jupiter and Saturn will perfectly align, creating what appears to be one large star, otherwise known as the “Christmas Star.” In a once-in-a-lifetime occurrence, the two planets will be the closest they’ve been to each other since the Middle Ages!

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Did you know about this upcoming celestial event? Think you’ll check it out? Tell us in the comments section.

This isn’t the only rare celestial occurrence of 2020. Read about another here.

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