Jupiter and Saturn Orbiting close together in an 800-year cycle
Arrangement of Jupiter and Saturn It actually happens every 20 years or so. And it's not always in December, but this year, the special occasion is that the closest alignment of the two neighboring planets will take place on Dec. 21.
Called from the Earth, the stars will see the closest orbiting each other in nearly 800 years since the Middle Ages. What's even more special is that slotxo Dec. 21 is also the winter solstice, which will have the longest night of the year. The center of the day is short. Technically, the two largest planets of our solar system. It will still be hundreds of millions of kilometers apart, but on Dec 21, when we look at the Earth, it will seem that the two planets are almost touching each other. So the nickname "Christmas Star" or "The Star of Bethlehem" comes from one page of the Bible. Said that the Bethlehem star had led the wise man to the child Jesus.
The last human group to see Jupiter and Saturn close together was in 1769, and this year, despite being one of the most difficult years in human memory, has never been seen. But will end the year with a rare phenomenon in the sky If you fail this time, you will have to wait for the next 60 years, many of whom will not have time to wait until that day.