THE GREAT CONJUNCTION

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Bob Sofaly photo Jupiter, left, and Saturn seem to be on top of each other during the Great Conjucture or the Christmas Star as seen Monday night at The Sands in Port Royal. It will be more than 800 years before the planetary anomaly will take place again.

Photo by Bob Sofaly

Above: Jupiter, left, and Saturn seem to be on top of each other during the Great Conjunction or the Christmas Star as seen Monday night at The Sands in Port Royal. It will be more than 800 years before the planetary anomaly will take place again. Left: More than a hundred people crowded on the Sands Beach in Port Royal to watch the Great Conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter, also know as the Christmas Star, on Monday. Here, people crowd the top of the observation tower to watch the planetary anomaly. 

Bob Sofaly photo
More than a hundred people crowded on the Sands Beach in Port Royal to watch the Great Conjuction of Saturn and Jupiter, also know as the Chrismas Star, on Monday. Here, people crowd the top of the observation tower to watch the planetary anomaly which won’t happen again for more than 800 years.

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