Look up on the morning of February 27, and you'll see a special pairing grace the sky. There will be a couple of special alignments taking place, but the big one, which will be easy to spot, is a close encounter between Jupiter and the moon.
Look low in the southeastern sky about an hour before sunrise (that's about 5:30am), according to NASA, and you'll see the two orbs nearly touch. The actual convergence will happen after sunrise, but you'll be able to see them nearly touch just before sunrise local time across the country. At least, they'll appear to almost touch. The moon and Jupiter will still be millions of miles apart in reality. The event will be easy to see with the naked eye. Jupiter is the second brightest planet in the night sky after Venus.
Additionally, at that same time, you'll be able to spot Venus and Saturn nearby. They too will be low in the southeast sky, forming a line of bright planets with Jupiter, as seen in the image below from NASA.