“Great Conjunction” 2020: NASA tips to see Jupiter and Saturn shining like “Christmas Star”

Jupiter and Saturn will line up in the night sky on December 21, if astronomers call “great conjunction“- also called” Christmas Star “- marking the closest meeting of the planets in almost 400 years.

When Saturn and Jupiter converge on December 21, the two planets may appear as a bright spot of light that will be easily visible in the night sky. The two planets have slowly moved closer to each other in recent weeks.