FYI shapm. I was out early this morning in Maryland looking at Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, and the Full Milk Moon low in WSW sky. Clear skies here this morning but last night, overcast. I checked Manitoba Canada using Stellarium 0.20.1 and Starry Night Pro Plus 8. I set the location to Brandon Manitoba Canada. The sunset near 9:06 PM local time and Moon rise near 8:20 PM local time on 06-May. The rising Moon in Libra and at 9:02 PM local time, < 6 degrees altitude and near 117 degrees azimuth direction. At 9:30 local time, the Moon in Libra near 9 degrees altitude and 122 degrees azimuth. To see that Moon at 9:07 PM local time, you likely need a very good, flat view to the E-SE sky, otherwise it was hidden below some obstructing object perhaps. Later near 9:35 PM local time, the Moon rose higher in the sky and would become visible. This happens to me regularly when I am out stargazing in my east horse pasture when the Moon is rising up.