See Mars shine very close to moon in Saturday’s pre-dawn sky. Here’s where to look.

Mars and Venus will shine close to the crescent moon 45 minutes before sunrise on Jan. 29, 2022. Look to the southeast on the horizon to see them, weather permitting. (Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech)

There’s a cool “close encounter” of worlds happening right against the horizon at sunrise Saturday (Jan. 29).

Provided you can see low enough between buildings and trees, you can spot the moon and Mars hovering close to each other in the sky, a little over two degrees apart.