1 Nov Daylight saving time ends at 0200, when we turn back the clocks, repeating the hour 0100 to 0200. Before dawn, the moon is below the Gemini Twins with Orion to the lower right.
2 Nov Jupiter, Venus and Mars are high in the east before dawn. Venus and Mars are ½ finger-width apart.
4 Nov Look low in the east 3 hours after sunset for bright Aldebaran just above the horizon with the Pleiades Cluster 1 fist-width above it. The Pleiades, or Seven Sisters, contains hundreds of stars, but only a handful are visible without binoculars.