According to NASA, tonight, June 30, Jupiter and Venus will merge into a dazzling ”super-star” in the Western horizon, something that hasn't happened in 2,000 years!

On the evening of June 30, Venus and Jupiter will appear in the sky just a third of a degree apart, less than the diameter of a full moon. Some folks at Sky and Telescope are suggesting that a similar "conjunction" of Venus and Jupiter may have been what’s called the ”Star of Bethlehem” in 3-2 BC.

You can look for the convergence right after it gets dark, and it should be visible for about two hours from the west-northwest in most latitudes.

Check the video below for a clearer picture on what is going to happen tonight!