Saturn occultation by the moon captured from South Africaon April 23, 2019
Stunning footage reveals the moment the moon appears to SWALLOW Saturn before it re-emerges almost two hours later on March 29, 2019.
A space phenomenon which saw the moon 'swallow' the gas giant Saturn has been captured in stunning footage.
The bizarre event saw the ringed planet eventually re-emerge from the other side of the moon - completing a process called occultation.
This celestial event lasted for 1 hour 44 minutes and was captured by photographer Cory Schmitz in Johannesburg.
Schmitz: The raw view through my planetary imaging telescope from South Africa of the Saturn conjunction and occultation by Earth's moon on March 29, 2019.
Telescope: GSO 12" Ritchey Chretien (RC) Mount: Celestron CGEM-DX Camera: ASI290MM + color filter wheel.
Thanks to: http://ufosightingshotspot.blogspot.com