This morning the three bright morning planets – Jupiter, Saturn and Mars – stretch across the southeastern morning sky. The moon is 3.8° to the lower left of Mars.
In the image above, the moon is overexposed. It is 23.0 days past its New phase and 36% illuminated, a thick waning crescent.
The morning planets, Jupiter to Mars, span 15.1°. The Jupiter – Saturn gap is 5.4°.
This article has more about the morning planets during April 2020.
Mars is moving away from Jupiter and Saturn, as Jupiter slowly inches toward Saturn for a December 21, 2020 Great Conjunction.