"A Star For The Millennium!  A Cosmic Way to Ring In The New Year!"

Scheduled air date: 1999 Dec 27-2000 Jan 02

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At local midnight, New Year's morning— regardless of your location on Earth — the brightest star in the night sky, Sirius, is directly on the Meridian (an imaginary line running North-to-South, through the Zenith overhead).

If you wish to view illustrations for other episodes, please see our Star Gazer Illustrated directory.

Illustrations on this page were created using TheSky Astronomy Software, an advanced desktop planetarium program designed for Windows.

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