NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A sure sign of the holiday season has settled in.

The star is now on top of the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree.

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The tree’s 900-pound star is 9’4″ in diameter, and is adorned with three million Swarovski crystals.

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This year’s star was designed by architect Daniel Libeskind, who also developed the master plan for the World Trade Center.

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The Rockefeller Center tree, and it’s star, will light up for the first time on Dec. 4.