A lunar occultation occurs when a celestial object (like the Sun, a star, or a planet) is blocked from our view by our closest neighbor, the moon. Timing lunar occultations help astronomers refine our current knowledge of the lunar topography. Featured below are occultation events involving the moon and some other celestial object.
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