Thursday through Saturday morning brings a bright morning sky as Venus and the Waning Crescent moon coincide. Look east and low in the horizon 30 minutes before sunrise.

Venus will sit lower than the Waning Crescent Thursday morning, and by Saturday morning Venus and the moon will appear next to each other. Venus will be visible through the naked eye all summer long. A telescope won't be needed. Venus returns to the western sky, starting in the fall in mid-October.

Thursday and Saturday mornings look to be the best times. Friday morning will bring a partly cloudy sky, and may reduce visibility of this morning event.

If you get a glimpse of this, feel free to share your photos with us!