look to the upper left of the moon this evening for the great square of pegasus, tipped up on one corner.
daylight-saving time ends (for most of north america) at 2 a.m. sunday morning. clocks "fall back" an hour.
friday, november 4
jupiter's moon io disappears behind jupiter's western limb tonight around 10:24 p.m. eastern daylight time. then it reappears out of eclipse from jupiter's shadow, just barely off the planet's eastern limb, around 12:44 a.m. edt. at almost that same minute, jupiter's great red spot should be crossing the planet's central meridian.