In honor of this being the 50 year anniversary of Apollo 11, when people first walked on the moon, I thought it would be fun to get to know our satellite better. So I prepared a 7-night guide featuring one or two features visible with the naked eye or binoculars. Every one of them is easy to see. Descriptions alongside each map distinguish between naked-eye visibility (italic type) and binoculars (regular type). Tonight’s a good time to kick off our tour because the crescent is high enough for easy viewing in the western sky. The moon also happens to form a sweet equilateral triangle with the Pleiades star cluster and planet Mars. And another triangle with Aldebaran and Mars.