If you’re out early on Sunday morning look up in the southeastern sky for the Moon.
Just above and right of it you’ll see what appears to be a reddish star. That’s actually the planet Mars.
Speaking of the Moon it’ll reach Last Quarter on Sunday night at 7:26 p.m.
The half moon should be easy to spot if you stay up late enough for the moonrise or if you get up early enough on Monday.
Jupiter reaches a milestone at about 4 a.m. on Tuesday morning. That’s when the planet reaches something known as opposition.
Simply put this is when Jupiter will be opposite the Sun when observed from Earth. As a result, the planet will shine very brightly making it easier to find.
Look in the southeastern sky in the late evening to find Jupiter. Just to the left of it you’ll see Saturn, not quite as bright.
Using a Waning Crescent Moon late in the week to find Venus. Venus will shine very bright in the eastern sky before sunrise.
On Saturday morning it’ll be just to the right of the “fingernail moon”. Just below & left of the two you'll find Mercury but you'll need a clear view of the horizon to do so. Happy hunting!