Free Astronomy tools for finding objects in the sky:
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BELOW IS ALADIN LITE. MOUSE OVER THE IMAGE AND ROLL YOUR MOUSE WHEEL AND IT SHOULD ZOOM ON THE GALAXY (ON A DESKTOP COMPUTER). IT PERMITS US TO LOOK AT OBJECTS IN SEVERAL IMAGE SURVEYS. JUST CLICK THE MAGNIFIER SYMBOL, ENTER THE DEEP SPACE OBJECT NAME OR COORDINATES (RA/DEC) YOU WANT TO LOOK AT AND IT WILL TAKE YOU TO THE DSS SURVEY IMAGE (THE DEFAULT SURVEY) OF THAT OBJECT OR AREA. IT DOESN'T WORK FOR PLANETS, MOONS, COMETS ETC.. YOU CAN MAKE IT FULL SCREEN AND EXPORT THE IMAGES EASILY TOO. YOU CAN ALSO GO TO THEIR WEBSITE BY CLICKING THE RED DIAGONAL ELLIPTICAL ICON ON THE BOTTOM RIGHT OF THE IMAGE.
Another portal with an easy interface and similar characteristics to Aladinlite is ESASKY, which you can access via browser.
Current image via NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory satellite. It shows sunspots when they are visible.
Below is a sky map as it would appear over Central Florida at 8 p.m. on February 15th (from the free Stellarium program). Except for the Moon, the rest of the sky will look like this during mid- month at ~8 p.m. Other Florida locations will also be very similar.