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The Great Conjunction

The Great Conjunction, the close alignment of Jupiter and Saturn to one another in the evening sky, took place last week. Monday, Dec. 21 was the date when the two planets appeared closest together, although for local observers it was impossible to see because of cloudy skies. The following night, Mike Cunningham captured this image from Coleman’s Crossing in Hayes. The astronomical event, the so-called “Christmas Star,” was the closest conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn in 397 years.

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