An old Moon joins Morning Mercury and Saturn, and Moonless Nights reveal the Winter Milky Way!

The evening planets this week, shown on Mar 30 at 8:55 pm local time, when the young moon sits near Mars. Image via Star Walk 2.
Venus graces the eastern morning sky, shown at 6:45 am local time. Image via Star Walk 2.
Jupiter and Saturn are visible in the eastern pre-dawn sky, shown at 3 am local time. Image via Star Walk 2.

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