Jupiter and Saturn seen at 5:30am, April 2, 2021.
Image created in Stellarium.

For those up before sunrise, you can find the planets Jupiter and Saturn in the southeast around 5:30 am. If you remember the Great Conjunction of these two planets in 2020, it might be surprising to see how far apart they are now. This is a good reminder that planets move, a fact of which ancient astronomers were aware.