Though by textbook definition, this is not a morning star as the 2nd candle should be gap down.
But here's my analysis of this at how it projects the sentiment of the market.
Day 1 : Bears
Price opens gap down and made a subsequent lower low asserting the power of bears in the market.
Day 2 : Indecision
Price opens gap up (bullish), makes a subsequent lower low (bearish) and makes a spinning top pattern signalling indecision and maybe falling strength of bears.
Day 3 : Bullish
Price makes a long bullish candle breaking high of the Day 1's candle marking the reversal and shifting of power from bears to bulls.
In a way, Day 2 and Day 3 candles make a bullish engulfing pattern over Day 1's candle similar to the behaviour exhibited by a typical morning star pattern.
I'm planning to enter a long position at the next bullish signal, however given the trading activity of last 2 days (2 red candles after Day 3),all my signal have turned bearish. :/