A lucky break in the clouds Monday evening could give stargazers a glimpse of a 2-day-old crescent moon as it slides past the ringed planet Saturn. It's this year's closest conjunction of the moon and a planet. They'll be just a fraction of a degree apart. Look low in the western sky 45 minutes after sunset. Saturn is the star-like object just to the right of the moon. Binoculars will help. Observers in Peru or Chile will see the moon "occult" (pass in front of) Saturn.