In the eastern dawn Tuesday morning, look for the thin waning crescent Moon forming a triangle with Mars and Regulus. Best view: at least an hour before your local sunrise. We went out and viewed this part of our early morning sky. Easy to find Mars, and Jupiter and a crescent moon.
Thursday, Jupiter is up in the east by midnight or 1 a.m.
Friday is our New Moon (exact at 8:35 p.m. EDT).
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