Tonight look at your eastern sky in late evening to see the waning gibbous Moon. Let the Moon guide you to Regulus, the brightest star in the constellation Leo the Lion. Regulus is the 21st-brightest star to light up the nighttime sky. Mars rises before dawn during January with its "rival," the red giant star Antares. In the mornings of January 13th and 14th you can see the celestial duo one hour before sunrise. See also the bright stars Spica, Arcturus and Vega. In the evening oof January 13th, you will find the Moon sitting between Regulus and Denebola. Denebola is the second brightest star in the constellation Leo the Lion. Just go outside and enjoy the show! Clear Skies Everyone!