Here is the unexpected thing going to happen in this universe. This time on this Christmas of 2020, the universe has planned a unique surprise for us. According to the confirmed news by Business Insider India Jupiter and Saturn are set to reunite tonight, on the night of the winter solstice, for the first time in 800 years. If you see this news as fake so you need to come with a brief discussion on this topic to know is it really going to be possible or not.

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Let us understand the meaning of this reunite which is going to happen after 800 years. It is the winter solstice, set to occur today, on December 21, Tonight we will see these two planets Jupiter and Saturn align for the first time which is set to create the Christmas star.


What is Solstice and Christmas Star?

The word solstice comes from the Latin word Stalled Sun. As per astronomically Which means the change or movement of the sun and change in the duration of day and night time. now it’s time to understand the Winter Solstice.

The Winter Solstice or Christmas Star 2020

As per the accurate information, The Winter Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere is taking place every year between December 19 to 23. The winter solstice meaning when the Sun changes its position and due to this incident duration of Day and Time becomes changed. After the winter Solstice Day becomes longer everyday and nighttime will be reducing its duration as well but the duration will change very slowly and you can’t observe it on daily basis.

Timing of the Christmas Star 2020

This time Winter Solstice & Christmas Star will take place on Monday, December 21, 2020. The Northern Hemisphere Winter Solstice could be seen in different places (North America, Central America, Europe, Asia, northern Africa). Even though #Jupiter and #Saturn will be 400 million miles apart, they’ll create a radiant point of light in the night sky from Earth’s point of view. In India, the conjunction is likely to be visible between 6:30 pm and 7:30 pm.


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