The planet Jupiter is seen next to the moon at sunset in the skies above Sydney.
The planet Jupiter is seen next to the moon at sunset in the skies above Sydney June 16, 2005. Australian Astronomers enjoyed a rare daytime sighting of Jupiter, which appeared as a point of light in the eastern sky next to the moon. In north-eastern Australia, Jupiter disappeared behind the moon in what is known as an occultation, a phenomenon which has not happened for a few years, is caused when the moon moves between Jupiter and earth. REUTERS/David Gray DG/TC