On March 30 and 31, 2020 look at your western sky after sunset to catch the Moon and the Winter Circle of stars. A dramatic conjunction of the bright planet Venus and the Pleiades star cluster is also taking place in the west, as the sky fades to black. You don't need any special equipment to see the spectacle but just your eyes. Let the Moon and the bright planet Venus guide you to the bright stars of the Winter Circle. In the Southern Hemisphere, the Winter Circle will appear upside-down relative to our Northern view. The Winter Circle, also known as the Winter Hexagon, is a prominent winter asterism formed by seven stars prominent in the winter sky. These are Rigel in Orion, Aldebaran in Taurus, Capella in Auriga, Castor and Pollux in Gemini, Procyon in Canis Minor, and Sirius in Canis Major constellation. Clear Skies Everyone!