A ‘waxing gibbous’ Moon.
Image courtesy NASA’s Scientific Visualization Studio (SVS).

Tonight the Moon will exhibit a waxing gibbous phase. You can find the Moon in the southeast after sunset. Grab some binoculars and look at the northern part of the Moon near the terminator. The large handle-shaped feature is called Sinus Iridum.

Please practice responsible social distancing when you go outside to observe.