|Evening twilight, end of April, first days of May. image: Starry Night, Judy Isacoff|
Waxing crescents with winter stars and Mars the second week of this post. Courtesy of EarthSky.org
Swing around to face east to meet spring star Arcturus, second in brilliance to Sirius, halfway to zenith in the early evening and overhead by 11 p.m. Arcturus follows Leo the Lion, found striding high in the southeast early and later in the south.
Morning twilight, April 29, 30, May 1, 2019 about 5:15 a.m. See waning crescent moon, southeast, between the planets. Summer Triangle above.
Moon fades earlier on May 1. image: Starry Night/Judy Isacoff