March 8, 2021: The crescent moon begins to approach the morning planets for their monthly grouping. This morning Saturn is about 20° to the lower left of lunar slice. Jupiter and Mercury rise into view during bright morning twilight.
March 7, 2021: This morning before sunrise, the crescent moon is near Kaus Borealis in Sagittarius. Three planets, Jupiter, Mercury, and Saturn, are visible before sunrise in the east-southeast.
March 6, 2021: During morning twilight, the thick crescent moon shines from the southern sky to the left of the star Antares. Saturn is low in the east-southeast about 45 minutes before sunrise. As the sky brightens further, Jupiter and Mercury are visible with the aid of a binocular.