Sunset | Winter Solstice 2020 LIVE from Stonehenge

The shortest day of the year. From now on the days will be longer. Can Spring be far behind?

In my location, the Winter Solstice is officially at 5:02 am tomorrow, December 21, 2020.

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1 Response to Sunset | Winter Solstice 2020 LIVE from Stonehenge

  1. Lucille says:

    Another phenomenon to view…

    In their closest alignment in 800 years, Jupiter and Saturn will create a wonder: A Christmas Star
    By Joanne Kimberlin, The Virginian-Pilot – DECEMBER 7, 2020

    It’s actually the alignment of two planets—Jupiter and Saturn—which happens every 20 years or so. But it’s not always in December and it’s been nearly 800 years—we’re talking Middle Ages—since they got this close.

    Technically, the two largest planets in our solar system will still be hundreds of millions of miles apart. But Dec. 21, from our vantage point, they’ll look like they’re nearly touching, creating a radiant point of light that’s being dubbed the Christmas Star, or Star of Bethlehem, for obvious reasons.

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