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Winter Solstice and how to watch Monday's 'Great Conjunction'

The Winter Solstice is shortest day and longest night of the year and this year will coincide, for the first time since 1226 with the 'great conjunction' which is when Jupiter and Saturn will appear within a hair’s-breadth of one-another to the naked eye. How to watch ad what you'll see; also speculation on Trump's end game, reactions to the new stimulus package, what you can stream - swipe up for more...

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Winter Solstice and how to watch Monday's 'Great Conjunction'

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