On June 17 up to 19, wake up before dawn to see Venus and the waning crescent Moon. Venus transitioned over from the evening to morning sky on June 3, 2020, and sits low at dawn. If you have a clear sky and unobstructed horizon, you may well see Venus with the unaided eye one hour before sunrise. Moon/Venus Conjunction On June 19, the waning crescent Moon will be in conjunction with Venus, meaning the objects share the same celestial longitude and will appear close together in the sky. They will fit comfortably within the field of view of a telescope, but they will be visible to the naked eye or through a pair of binoculars. Some people might even see the Moon occult (cover over) Venus. The Moon will be at mag -9.0 and Venus will be at mag -4.3. Both objects will lie in the constellation Taurus. The Pleiades You may also see the Pleiades star cluster before Venus rises into your sky. The Pleiades cluster is just returning to the morning sky, and you may need binoculars to view it. According to earthsky.com "in another week or two, the Pleiades will be much easier to spot in a predawn sky." Stay Tuned!