Thursday morning February 20th the 26-day old waning crescent Moon will be about 1-2o from the ringed planet Saturn. Both rise about 2 hours before sunrise local time, and both will easily fit within the field of view of binoculars.
Adding to viewing the Moon-Saturn conjunction, and nearby Jupiter and Mars will be a fly-by of the International Space Station (ISS) between 6:22 am MST and 6:29 MST. Check viewing opportunities at the Heavens Above web site or NASA’s ISS Sightings web site.
This star chart from the Heavens Above web site is set for the latitude and longitude of Phoenix Arizona.