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Last August 12, 2012, observers in Manila and nearby provinces saw Jupiter disappear and then eventually reappear from behind the moon, an event astronomers refer to as Lunar Occultation. This image shows Jupiter and its moons emerging from behind the moon at around 3:30 am, as observed from Quezon City, Philippines. Photo Credit: Anthony Urbano

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