The Moon and Mars will make a close approach, passing within 1°32′ of each other.
The pair will visible in the west in the evening sky. At the moment of closest approach, the Moon will be at mag -12.2, and Mars at mag -0.8, both in the constellation Virgo (tropical zodiac: Libra, sidereal zodiac: Virgo).
At a declination of -04°13′ , they will be visible across much of the world; it will be possible to see them at latitudes between 65°N and 74°S. In Washington, D. C., the pair will set 6 hours and 6 minutes after the Sun.
The exact ecliptical conjunction:
This chart was created using ISE synoptical astrology software