Tonight a bright gibbous Moon will be just under 3° from the Pleiades star cluster. The Moon will be 84% illuminated, bright, but the cluster is bright enough to be seen even against a bright Moon. As the Pleiades move to the west over coming months there will be a few more lunar conjunctions, with increasingly smaller crescents.
Tonight the Moon and Jupiter will shine brightly high in the evening sky. The pair will be about 5°55′ apart near zenith as the sky grows dark.
Tonight the Moon and Jupiter will dominate the evening sky. They will be close to each other, about 9°40′ apart. The Moon will be a little over 60% illuminated, with Jupiter shining brightly at -2.6 magnitude. Tomorrow they will be even closer, at only 6° separation.