Monday evening May 6th the 2-day old waxing crescent Moon will be about 1-2o from the ‘angry red eye’ of Taurus the Bull, the reddish star Aldebaran. Both will be low above the western horizon. The Moon will be close enough to Aldebaran and the v-shaped asterism of the open star cluster the Hyades such that they will fit within the field of view of 7×50 binoculars.,
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