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

There’s no denying that this has been a pretty tough year for many. Luckily, we’re about to end the year with a glimmer of hope. On December 21, the solstice will bring more than the beginning of winter. For the first time in centuries, we’ll get a glimpse of what is known as the Christmas Star.

The Montana night sky is perfect for viewing these phenomenons.
So… what is the Christmas Star, exactly?

Beginning on December 15th, we’ll be able to see the two planets get closer and closer together.

While the planets are actually millions of miles apart, they will appear to merge.

Then, on December 21st, Jupiter and Saturn will be just one degree apart.
To say this is a rare occurrence is a huge understatement.
To see this amazing phenomenon, you’ll want to look at the night sky about an hour after sunset. That’s when visibility is the highest.

After this tumultuous year, we could certainly use a Christmas miracle. Don’t miss the opportunity to view the Christmas Star!

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