The Night Sky for the Week of 3-10-24

Daylight Saving Time starts on March 10th in most of North America. The Cancer constellation is visible in March and April, and the Beehive Star Cluster M44 can be seen in its center. Pollux and Castor are visible on March 11th. The crescent moon will appear near Jupiter on March 12th and near the Pleiades on March 13th. The Big Dipper is visible on March 15th, and March 16th marks the first quarter moon.