It is finally spring. In the evening sky the spring star, Arcturus shines in the east. In spring the Big Dipper “pours” into the Little Dipper, while in autumn it is the opposite. Meanwhile in the west, the planet Venus sparkles, and is accompanied by the moon and Pleiades. Along with Pleiades, other remnants of winter include Taurus, Orion, and Canis Major. The new moon is Tuesday the 24th. https://skyandtelescope.org/observing/this-weeks-sky-at-a-glance-march-20-28-2/