I'll be in a good viewing spot next weekend to spot the moon at sunset (US, New Jersey). If my math is right, the moon should be a little over 30 hrs old at sunset Saturday and might be viewable. What's the easiest way for me to figure out where to look. Is the moon a little north of the sun right now? or south? How far (degrees)?
I suppose I could figure it out myself with some astronomy software, which brings up my next question --- what software would people here recommend? Usually I see people here talking about Celestia --- any other options?