Jupiter, Saturn set to align into 'Christmas Star'
From the point of view of Earth's inhabitants, the two planets appear to move in the same general area of the sky every few years, which is known as a conjunction.
According to NASA, when the two planets line up on Monday (December 21), they appear to be much closer, a "grand conjunction" separated by only 6 arc minutes of sky.
This one-off event has become popularly known as the "Christmas Star" because it takes place during the festive season.
It is believed that the "three kings" recorded in the New Testament as traveling to pay homage to the Infant Jesus led by the legendary Star of Bethlehem began in 7 BC.
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