For May 2020, the first quarter moon occurs on April 30, and the Full Moon, the Rose Moon, occurs on May 8. The waning gibbous moon passes two degrees south of bright Jupiter on May 12, and then three degrees south of fainter Saturn a few hours later. The last quarter moon passes three degrees south of Mars in the morning sky on May 14. New moon is on May 22. The evening of May 23 will give us a fine conjunction in the west about 7:30 p.m., with the thin crescent moon to the lower left of brighter Venus, and fainter Mercury will be above them.