There’s a solar eclipse coming on 10 June when the Moon passes directly between Earth and the Sun. It will be a so-called annular eclipse because the Moon will be near the most distant part of its orbit, and so not big enough to cover the Sun’s disk completely.
Mars, the only bright planet currently in the evening sky, can be seen passing between two prominent star clusters during March, 2021. They are the Pleiades and the Hyades, in the constellation of Taurus.
The brightest asteroid, Vesta, is beginning to put on a show in the night sky. You can easily see Vesta for yourself with binoculars, or take a photo with a digital camera. Here’s how to see asteroid Vesta.