Phases of the Moon
|New Moon:||April 04|
|First Quarter:||April 12|
|Full Moon:||April 19|
|Last Quarter:||April 26|
Mercury is in its greatest western elongation on April 11. as seen from the Earth, the planet is located about 28 degrees to the west of the Sun, i.e., it can be observed on the morning sky.
For observers on the northern hemisphere of our Earth, the visibility of Venus on the morning sky diminishes rapidly. On April 2 morning, Venus will be about 3 degrees north to Moon, so try to see them both with a naked eye.
Saturn and the Moon
On April 25 evening, the planet will be very close to the nearly last-quarter Moon low over south-eastern horizon.