Want to do a little star gazing tonight? Well, first find the moon and then find Venus! Then see if you can spot Jupiter! Here is some more information from the Christian Science Monitor-
Venus is not the only object currently shining bright in the evening and nighttime sky. Tonight, Venus will appear near the moon and Jupiter for the second night in a row in an event that astronomers call a conjunction.
At sunset tonight, Venus will appear in the west just to the right of the crescent moon with Jupiter shining below. In the eastern night sky, Mars is also currently visible at night and is unmistakeable due to its reddish hue.
Check it out!