Saturday April 4th the 11.5-day old waxing gibbous Moon will be high above the southern horizon at sunset local time and the Moon will be about 4-5o from the heart of Leo the Lion, the star Regulus.
If your skies are clear look toward the west for Venus to be very close, on the east side, of the open star cluster the Pleiades. Both will easily fit within the field of view of binoculars or a telescope with a low-magnification eyepiece.
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