Now that summer is coming to an end; the nights are getting longer. The waning moon is currently only in the morning sky, making the evening sky darker. The last-quarter moon is on Sunday in the constellation of Taurus (look for the bright orange star Aldebaran) with the Pleiades above. When the southeastern sky is dark enough, look for a very bright Jupiter and Saturn in the boat-shaped constellation of Capricornus. Also, look for the bright star of summer Vega overhead. Happy viewing. https://skyandtelescope.org/astronomy-news/this-weeks-sky-at-a-glance-aug-27-sept-4/