Mercury(magnitude –0.2) is having a poor evening apparition. Using binoculars, look for it about 30 minutes after sundown very low in the southwest, to the lower right of Mars and Antares.
Venus (magnitude –4.0, in Virgo) rises in darkness more than an hour before the first glimmer of dawn. By dawn it's shining brightly in the east.
Mars (magnitude +1.2, in Ophiuchus) remains low in the southwest in evening twilight. It's upper left of similar-looking Antares; they widen from 6° to 10° apart this week.
Jupiter (magnitude –2.7, in Taurus) rises in the east-northeast shortly after dark, with Aldebaran to its right. Above Aldebaran are the Pleiades.
Saturn is buried deep in the glow of sunrise.
Uranus (magnitude 5.8, in Pisces) and Neptune (magnitude 7.9, in Aquarius) are in in good view in the south during evening. Finder charts for Uranus and Neptune.
All descriptions that relate to your horizon — including the words up, down, right, and left — are written for the world's mid-northern latitudes. Descriptions that also depend on longitude (mainly Moon positions) are for North America. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) equals Universal Time (also known as UT, UTC, or GMT) minus 4 hours. Eastern Standard Time is UT minus 5 hours.