Jupiter dominates over the July evening sky, staying out from dusk until dawn. Venus, the sky's brightest planet, lords over the eastern sky at dawn. Mars is roughly midway between Jupiter and Saturn. It's near the moon on the mornings of July 11 and 12, 2020.
Even though - as seen from Earth - Venus appears only slightly more than 1/4 illuminated on July 10, 2020, it is nonetheless shining at its brightest in our morning sky! Look east before sunup for Venus. The bright star nearby is Aldebaran.