Lunar occultation of Jupiter
In the evening hours of February 22 we could observe a lunar occultation of the planet Jupiter. Shortly after sunset, Jupiter disappeared behind the unlit part of the moon and reappeared half an hour later under the bright crescent moon. This lunar occultation was visible only in parts of Argentina, Antarctica, Chile, and the Falkland Islands.
My photos show the beginning of the occultation, its end, and Jupiter and three of its moons shortly after the occultation.