Delhi, India
July 14, 2015 1:06am CST
Its really unbelievable to watch out the star of 2000 years. But it appeared in Northern hemisphere star-gazers were treated to a fine spectacle as the planets Jupiter and Venus lined up in a celestial dance that may have been the inspiration for the Star of Bethlehem legend. The phenomenon, known as a conjunction, happens relatively often — usually once a year — but the display is not always so easily seen with the naked eye and from so many locations. The next close conjunction of the planets is due in August 2016. What will be the next move of our Venus and Jupiter? Will it prove as Star of Bethlehem on August 2016 also, as defined by scientist??? Let's watch out.
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