--The Star of Bethlehem is considered by many to be the partial overlapping of Venus on Jupiter in 2 BC, and this rare sky event started the story of the Christ on Earth, the Earth story was contrived to match the sky events.
--In 2003, the same location of this overlap 10.541 RA, 10.403 Dec. was used as the location of Jupiter when Galileo spacecraft made its final plunge into Jupiter.
--Later on Feb.21, 2008, this same location hosted Saturn, on the same day as the total lunar eclipse and the shooting down of USA-193 at exact mid-lunar eclipse that day.
--Later that year in July, Saturn returned in retrograde to this location on the same day that the Cassini spacecraft ended its primary mission July 1, 2008.
Now, in a few days, comet ISON will be at this SAME Star of Bethlehem along with Mars in conjunct on October 22, 2013.
For what it's worth.