If you look closely at the Moon, you will see a large airplane in front of it.
Well, not always.
OK, hardly ever.
to capture an
an exposure fast enough to freeze the airplane and not overexpose
the Moon -- but slow enough to see both, a steady camera, and luck -- because not every plane that approaches
the Moon crosses in front.
Helpful equipment includes a camera with
fast continuous video mode and a mount that automatically
tracks the Moon.
featured fleeting superposition was captured from
two weeks ago during a daytime
Within 1/10th of a second, the airplane crossing