Will you try to catch this?
As 2020 comes to a close, a once-in-a-lifetime sight will be up the night sky.
It's called the "Great Conjunction" (the moment when Jupiter and Saturn appear close together,) they'll appear as a brilliantly bright "double planet."
It will happen on December 21, which also marks the Winter Solstice.
This is the first Jupiter-Saturn conjunction since 2000, but the first time in nearly 800 years the planets have been this close.
According to Chicago's Adler Planetarium, they'll be "a tenth of a degree apart."
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