April 6, 2021: Find Mars in the west after sunset. It is approaching the Bull’s horns. Mars, not as bright as it was a few months ago, is in a sea of the bright winter stars.
April 5, 2021: The thick crescent moon, Saturn, and Jupiter are lined up in the southeastern sky this morning. Mars is in Taurus after sunset.
April 4, 2021: This morning the Last Quarter moon is near Sagittarius. Jupiter and Saturn are moving eastward in Capricornus. During the evening, Mars is marching eastward through Taurus, below the Bull’s horns.
April 3, 2021: Before sunrise, the bright gibbous moon is near the top of the lid of the Teapot of Sagittarius. Farther east, Jupiter and Saturn are in front of the stars of Capricornus. In the evening, Mars continues its eastward march in Taurus. It is between Aldebaran and Elnath this evening.
April 2, 2021: The bright moon is in the south about an hour before sunrise. It is to the upper left of the star Antares. Farther east, Jupiter and Saturn are low in the sky. During the evening. Mars is below Elnath, a horn of Taurus.
March 30, 2021: The bright moon is in the southwest before sunrise, to the upper left of Spica. Saturn and Jupiter are low in the southeastern sky. After sunset, Mars is in the west-southwest in front of Taurus. The gibbous moon is low in the southeast, near Zubenelgenubi, four hours after sunset.
2021, April: During April, Mars moves from Taurus into Gemini. The planet passes between the Bull’s horns and into Gemini. The moon is near Mars in April 16, 2021 and April 17, 2021.
March 29, 2021: Mars is in the west-southwest after sunset, above the “V” of Taurus. The moon is low in the eastern sky about two hours after sunset.
March 28, 2021: The Worm Moon is in the east after sunset. Farther west, Mars marches eastward in Taurus. Use a binocular to see dimmer stars in the bright moonlight.
March 27, 2021: Jupiter and Saturn are the bright morning planets in the southeast before sunrise. In the evening, the nearly full moon’s light nearly washes away the dimmer stars. It is in front of the stars of Virgo and to the lower left of Leo. Mars continues its eastward march in Taurus. Find the Red Planet in the west after sunset.