If you couldn’t get enough of yesterday’s starry word, you’re in luck! Verse 8 and Verse 9 bring together two stars back to back!
Albeit not quite as eventful as the upcoming conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn, with so much to say about the word star, I’m thrilled, tickled, and twinkled to be writing about it again today!
The Toronto Star has reported that The Christmas Star will be seen on December 21, 2020.
Not only has the Toronto Star reported this, but many other papers and broadcasters also have. I just thought it made for a nice word play to apply to today’s featured word. Also, this Christmas Star is not really a star, it’s two planets lining up closely to one another which will create the biggest and brightest light in the sky.
This rare cosmic phenomenon, known as a conjunction, last occurred approximately 800 years ago, and isn’t expected to happen again until 2080. Weather permitting, the meeting of these to two giant balls of gas will be visible to the naked eye and will look like a double planet for those looking through a telescope.
Catch the second half of Verse 9 – there’s more on this astronomical wonder, a song clip to listen to, and links to the Christmas Star
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