EarthSky says: Watch for the Moon and Venus this week
The moon was new yesterday. It was passing more or less between the Earth and sun for this month, moving across our daytime sky - invisibly, all day - in the sun's glare. Now the moon has moved a touch east of the sun, as seen from Earth. It'll likely be buried in sunset glare still for Asia and Australia on Monday. But Europe and Africa might see it. And the Americas have a good shot at it. Look very low in the west after sunset on Monday, higher in the west after sunset each evening after that. Also, see that bright starlike object? It's Venus!

Mona Evans
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