With having visited Bethlehem back on 24-Sep-2019, we couldn’t miss a glimpse of the Star of Bethlehem. But, not just a glimpse… took the extra step in photographing this rare great conjunction of the two planets – Jupiter and Saturn. The two worlds aligned to form a super-bright point of light some call the Christmas Star. Forbes and Live Science had great articles on the topic.
About 3,455 feet above sea level along Old Route 66 near Oatman, AZ. Images have been edited somewhat in Adobe Lightroom.
Orion’s Belt or the Belt of Orion, also known as the Three Kings or Three Sisters… is just starting to rise from behind the mountain to the right of the truck.
QUESTION: Did you catch an unobstructed view to the southwest of this Jupiter-Saturn conjunction?