Was the Star of Bethlehem a triple conjunction?
Yet another possible explanation for the Star of Bethlehem is the three-times passing of Jupiter and Saturn between May and December in 7 BC; a rare triple or “great conjunction.” Jupiter appeared to pass one degree north of Saturn on May 29; practically the same on Sept.
Where is the star of Bethlehem visible?
Those looking to see the star will want to look above the southwestern or western horizon after sunset. The best time to see them is about an hour after your local sunset. The symbolic Christmas Star will be visible anywhere in the world.
What constellation is the Star of Bethlehem in?
Well, then, if we observe the midnight heavens of the Star of Bethlehem, we shall see in the zodiac the constellation of Aries, the Ram, leading the other signs and about to set in the west.